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Favourable element hidden in branches (Bazi)

EatingGod
Member since 23/9/2014
8/10/2017 

 Hi Peter, 

In my current luck pillar, favourable fire is hidden but at least it is still present. In my next luck cycle, totally no support for my wealth. Will I face serious hardship or will I become a monk or something...? 

Thanks for your time. 

 

Cleve

 


Peter Yap
10/10/2017 

Check if your other favorable Ten Gods 喜神 have support or not. It is good if they have.

Cheers


EatingGod
10/10/2017 

 Thanks Master Peter. I wonder if my favourable element is good god or hurting officer, is the self element considered as favourable support? 

 

 


Peter Yap
30/10/2017 

Your favorable most useful Ten Gods 喜用神 is “Direct Resource” Zheng-yin ( 印) “Indirect Resource”Pian-yin (卩) (Water). But they are all hidden and they are missing from your TaYun.

Cheers.


EatingGod
1/11/2017 

Thank you very much Master Peter! ;)


Peter Yap
1/11/2017 

You are welcome.

Cheers.




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