Here we are, in the yearly golden harvest month from August 7 till September 7. In terms of elements, this is Ren Shen, or Water Monkey month. Oeps…the same as my personal luck cycle and we see a huge sunken ship under water, like the Titanic: metal in the ocean.
There is a difference between day and night in this pillar: daytime will show you a magnificent ‘coral’ with beautiful treasures. During the night it denotes darkness and danger.
What to expect in the month of Ren Shen – Water Monkey?
This month we connect to knowledge, many talents or how to create beautiful things. On the other side, it can also be a depressing melodramatic time with lots of emotions.
If this is your day pillar: its an indication for self reflection and to look for ‘treasures’ that lie under water, or deep down in your own (family) history. Most probably, we face an emotional charged time as we talk metal/water combination. Don’t be surprised, that the things you find out, might be the cause for your tears, which both can be joyful or sad.
On the world stage, we were informed today, that the USA has stepped back from the nuclear deal with Russia. And the military exercises in the Sea of Japan, as well as the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East are samples of sad emotional events of darkness and danger.
What treasures do we find then? If not on the world stage, find them in your own world: talk to your parents or grandparents, do research, and maybe you will discover that the one beautiful creative quality that you have, came from one of your ancestors. That would be a one of a kind treasure!!!
Qi Men Dun Jia Chart for August
For this month there are no useful recommendations for auspicious directions, so we will focus again on the next month September.
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Photo Credit: HD, cornfields in Puidoux, Switzerland