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The 5 Natural Elements' Power to Create and Destroy
In the time of ancient China, the natural elements of the Earth namely, earth, wood, fire, metal and water were considered to be what composed the elements of all beings of the universe. With each element came its own exclusive quality of sustaining and forming, other elements. These also had the capability to lessen or destroy other forms of elements, as well. An example of this would be to that of the Water, which can make trees (wood) grow, and extinguish fire (destroy).
The respective attributes of the elements are connected to the earth’s four seasons of winter, spring, summer, and fall. The element of wood is strongest during the spring season; fire is strongest during summer, and so on. With each element having its own unique characteristic –its power and compatibility with the other elements, make up the core and crucial aspect of Chinese astrology and philosophy.
To be clearer, an example is given below to demonstrate the inherent powers of each natural element –its power to make (compatible), and power to destroy (incompatible):
Metal will produce water and destroy wood
Water will produce wood and will destroy fire
Wood will produce fire and will destroy earth
Fire will produce earth and will destroy metal
Earth will produce metal, will destroy water
In the belief of Chinese philosophy and astrology, all the 5 elements are of equal standing –with not one considered to be more powerful or weaker than the other– but considered all the elements equally vital and superior in the scheme of the universe.
The 5 natural elements were also linked with the celestial bodies, specifically the planets Wood with Jupiter, Earth with Saturn, Fire with Mars, Water with Mercury, and Metal with Venus. In addition, these Chinese elements also had its equivalent and specific color. Earth is associated with the color brown, wood with green, fire with red, metal with white, and water with black.
In addition, the 5 natural elements were also linked with the celestial bodies, specifically the planets Wood with Jupiter, Earth with Saturn, Fire with Mars, Water with Mercury, and Metal with Venus. For Chinese Zodiac readers to find out the prevailing issues of a person, it is necessary to establish the correct alignments of these planets at the moment of their births.
To complete the fundamental makeup of the Chinese Zodiac is the linking of the elements with the Chinese Zodiac animals, as well as their corresponding colors, planets, gemstones, numbers, direction, season, month, and nature for a more detailed character chart of any individual. Below are just an example of the natural elements and the respective animals linked to them.
Wood is associated with the Tiger, Rabbit, and Dragon
Fire is associated with the Snake, Horse, and Sheep
Metal is associated with the Monkey, Rooster, and Dog
Water is associated with the Pig, Rat, and Ox.
Almost virtually anyone can have a better understanding about oneself, and learn the many different ways and means to be done to balance their weaknesses and strengths by way of a detailed Chinese Zodiac reading. Doing so can mean a lot to living life to its fullest, or to its exact opposite.
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