Ten Heavenly Stems in Qi Men Dun Jia

Ten heavenly stems – Qi Men Dun Jia lesson 7

This lesson is number 7. Today, we will talk about 10 Heavenly stems which is one of the important topics. You should understand what the 10 Heavenly stems are, what they look like, and what the meaning of each Heavenly stem is.

THE 10 TYPES OF STEMS

These are 10 different heavenly types of stems:

What does it really mean by a stem?

A stem represents a person, a thing, or an object. When you see some of these symbols of stems in a particular Qi Men chart that you plotted, it means a person, an object, or something that is beside you. Each of them will have their own particular meaning. It will be good for you to try to understand the real meaning behind it, and from there, you will be able to interpret what it really represents when you see a specific character of this symbol within your Qi Men Dun Jia chart in the box. We will also cover how this Qi Men Dun Jia comes about in this lesson, and from all these basic symbols, you will be able to understand why these words are derived.

奇门 (Qi Men)

Qi Men represents Mystic Door, 3 Nobles, 6 Crescents, and 8 Doors. So, it means all these things combined together will become Qi Men.

遁甲 (Dun Jia)

Dun Jia is Hidden Jia, which means that you try to hide Jia. So, these Nobles, Crescents, and Doors try to hide Jia. okay so we learned cement

WHAT IS THE MEANING OF EACH THESE STEMS?

Yi ()

Remember, Yi (乙) is always a woman, a TCM physician, winding path, zigzag and wavy. It also represents certain information when you see this Yi (乙) within the palace.

Bing ()

Bing (丙) stands for fire, red, third party (a male in relationship), eye, small intestine.

Ding ()

Ding (丁) is weak, faint fire, red tint, third party (female), women, electronic, phone, IT, heart.

Wu ()

Wu (戊) stands for wealth, wealthy person, cash, capital, blockage, sweet, stomach, and muscle.

Ji ()

Ji (己) stands for earth, soil, hill,, spleen, pancreas, and small tissue if we talk about the body part.

Geng ()

Geng (庚) stands for men, metal, hardware, obstacles, and police. If you see somebody who is a Geng in a palace in the Bazi reading, we can also safely say that this person usually has a hard time in life. They will go through a lot of things in life. So, it will be kind of uneventful, however, being a metal, it will be able to overcome the problems and challenges ahead.

Xin ()

Xin (辛) represents small items, metal objects, hard and small articles, moe, prizes, mistakes, jewelry, or spicy.

Ren ()

Ren (壬) stands for clear, clean water, a water movement, salty, and urinary. If you see some people who have this Ren character, at certain points in the year, when the energy is activated, this person will generally like to cry more often compared to normal days. So, sometimes it can be a very emotional person.

Gui ()

Gui (癸) represents dirty or contaminated water, accumulation of water, and kidney for health.

A SPECIFIC CHART

Let us look at a specific chart on this Qi Men chart:

If you see, there are a lot of different symbols of the 10 Heavenly stems.

There is one at the top and one below, which represent different things. In other lessons, we will cover that. It represents a person, something, a movement, etc. When you have the symbols, which are the Doors, Heavenly God, and the Stars with the right person or the representation of the person, it gives you very direct information on the whole equation of the information. all

These symbols are always on the right side of every box: one at the top and one below. There is a formula for it. The chart will offer the specific symbol based on the specific time and day.

This will be the basic information that you will need to know. You have to understand the meaning of each symbol of these stems. From there, once you get the divination chart or the Bazi reading, you will be able to get a better understanding of what it represents as a whole.

That is about 10 Heavenly stems for today. Thanks for reading.