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This Feng Shui Glossary contains all of the important terms used in all methods of Feng Shui. If you are a practitioner, you can use this to test your knowledge. Should you find something here that you would like to learn, then we probably have a course that can teach you. Noble Star Feng Shui   (glossary thanks to Feng Shui Institute)

Feng Shui Schools

Xuan kong liu pai gai shuo

The 6 Flying Star schools.

Wu chang pai
Xiang chu pai
Dian nan pai
Su zhou pai
Guan dong pai
Shang yu pai

Wuchang school; one of six schools of xuankong
Xiangchu school; one of six schools of xuankong
Diannan school; one of six schools of xuankong
Suzhou school; one of six schools of xuankong
Guandong school; one of six schools of xuankong
Shangyu school; one of six schools of xuankong

Xuan kong
Xuan kong da gua pai

Mysterious void - 60 year period time and space school of Feng Shui.
Mysterious Void Wind and Water School of Great Divinatory Symbols (Trigrams and/or Hexagrams)

Yuan kong

60 year period time and space (school of Feng Shui)

Ba gua pai
Ba zhai pai
Wu xing pai
Fan gua pai
Li qi
Li qi pai
Qi men dun jia pai
San he pai
Xiang shu pai
Shu fang pai
Zi wei dou shu pai

Eight trigrams school of Feng Shui
Eight house school of Feng Shui
Five stages of change (five elements) school of Feng Shui
Gua changing school of Feng Shui
Numerology; paterns of Qi
Compass school
Qimen dunjia school of Feng Shui
Triple combination school of Feng Shui
School of symbol and number
Studious school of "yijing"
Ziwei dou shu school of Feng Shui

Feng Shui terms

Feng Shui
Di li
Fu xi
Feng shui jia / Kan yu jia
Kan yu
Shui
Luo shu
Tian
Di
Ren
Tai yang
Tai yin
Xu shui
Ba gua
He tu
Xian tian ba gua
Hou tian ba gua
Wan
Sha qi
Qian
An jian
Tong shu

Nian shen fang wei
Bei dou xing
Liu sha

Wind and Water
Water, watercourse, body of water
Legendary emperor
Old names for Feng Shui practitioner/master
Old name for Feng Shui
Water - one of the five elements
Ancient chart from River Luo, precursor for Late Heaven Ba Gua
Heaven
Earth
Man
The sun
The moon
Empty or virtual water
Eight trigrams
Drawing from the River He
Earlier heaven sequence of eight trigrams
Later heaven sequence of eight trigrams
Ten thousand
Noxious Qi
Money
Secret arrow
Literally "The Book of Everything" The Chinese almanac /farmer's calendar
Positions of the year gods
Big dipper
Six killings

Ten Heavenly Stems - Shi tian gan

1 Jia
2 Yi
3 Bing
4 Ding
5 Wu
6 Ji
7 Geng
8 Xin
9 Ren
10 Gui

Bud - the sign of growth, Thumbnail. Helmet.
Sprout - the spread of growth, bursting forth from Mother Earth
Concentrated growth like fire in the house.
Maturity, solidity, Heavens kiss. Bee sting.
Flourishing and nurturing.
Full bloom
Harvesting and abundance. Fullness leading to change
Dead heading, reformation.
Sustenance, supporting life.
Regenerating roots and preparation for spring.

12 Earthly branches - Shi er di zhi

1 Zi - Rat
2 Chou - Ox
3 Yin - Tiger
4 Mao - Rabbit
5 Chen - Dragon
6 Si - Snake
7 Wu - Horse
8 Wei - Sheep
9 Shen - Monkey
10 You - Rooster
11 Xu Dog
12 Hai - Pig

Young shoot of a plant. Gate of yin and yang.
Young plant supported by stick.
Celebration of spring and New Year.
Life springing forth. Spring equinox.
Pregnant and timid. Easter. Estrogen.
7 months pregnant with fully formed embryo.
Summer solstice. Height of yang cycle and beginning of yin.
Big tree with solid branches.
Expansion.
Harvest, celebration.
Clearing and preparation.
Conception, mating of yin with yang

Twenty four mountains - Er shi si shan

1 Zi- Rat
2 Gui
3 Chou - Ox
4 Gen - mountain trigram
5 Yin - Tiger
6 Jia
7 Mao - Rabbit
8 Yi
9 Chen - Dragon
10 Xun - wind trigram
11 Si - Snake
12 Bing
13 Wu - Horse
14 Ding
15 Wei - Sheep
16 Kun - Earth Trigram
17 Shen -Monkey
18 Geng
19 You - Rooster
20 Xin
21 Xu - Dog
22 Qian - Heaven Trigram
23 Hai - Pig
24 Ren

352.5 - 7.5 degrees. Yin
7.5 - 22.5 degrees. Yin
22.5 - 37.5 degrees. Yin.
37.5 - 52.5 degrees. Yang
52.5 - 67.5 degrees. Yang
67.5 - 82.5 degrees. Yang
82.5 - 97.5 degrees. Yin
97.5 - 112.5 degrees. Yin
112.5 - 127.5 degrees. Yin
127.5 - 142.5 degrees. Yang
142.5 - 157.5 degrees. Yang
157.5 - 172.5 degrees. Yang
172.5 - 187.5 degrees. Yin
187.5 - 202.5 degrees. Yin
202.5 - 217.5 degrees. Yin
217.5 - 232.5 degrees. Yang
232.5 - 247.5 degrees. Yang
247.5 - 262.5 degrees. Yang
262.5 - 277.5 degrees. Yin
277.5 - 292.5 degrees. Yin
292.5 - 307.5 degrees. Yin
307.5 - 322.5 degrees. Yang
322.5 - 337.5 degrees. Yang
337.5 - 352.5 degrees. Yang

Form School - xing shi pai

Si ling shou
Bai Hu
Qing Long
Xuan wu
Zhu Que
Long mai
Shan
Shan gu
Shan long
Shan shui
Shui long
Ming tang
Sha

Four Celestial Animals
White Tiger - western palace
Blue/green Dragon - eastern palace
Dark Warrior/Black Tortoise - northern palace
Red Bird - southern palace
Dragon veins
Mountain, mountain ridge
Mountain valley
Mountain dragon
Mountains and waters
Water dragon
Bright hall - Space in front of site
Noxious breath

Time periods

Ri
Yue
Nian
Shi
Liu ri xing
Liu yue xing
Liu nian xing
Jiu yun
San yuan jiu
yun
Shang yuan
Zhong yuan
Xia yuan
Yun
Yun qi
Yun xing
Wu zi yuan

Yang gong ji ri

Hou

Day
Month
Year
Two-hour period
Current daily star
Current monthly star
Current yearly star
Nine 20-year periods
Three periods and nine sub cycles
Upper 60-year period
Middle 60-year period
Lower 60-year period
20-year period (sub cycle)
"usage/lucky period"
Period star/timely star
Five zi cycle
Master killing dates, Master Yang's inauspicious dates, holiday for Feng Shui practitioner
Five day period

I Ching -The Book of Changes

Liu shi si gua
1 Qian
2 Kun
3 zhun
4 Meng
5 Xu
6 Song
7 Shi
8 Bi
9 Xiao chu
10 Lu
11Tai
12 Pi
13 Tong ren
14 Da you
15 Qian
16 Yu
17 Sui
18 Gu
19 Lin
20 Guan
21 Shi ke
22 Bi
23 Bo
24 Fu
25 Wu wang
26 Da chu
27 Yi
28 Da guo
29 Kan
30 Li

31 Xian
32 Heng
33 Dun
34 Da zhuang
35 Jin
36 Ming yi
37 Jia ren
38 Kui
39 Jian
40 Jie
41 Sun
42 Yi
43 Guai
44 Gou
45 Cui
46 Sheng
47 Kun
48 Jing
49 Ge
50 Ding
51 Zhen
52 Gen
53 Jian
54 Gui mei
55 Feng
56 Lu
57 Xun
58 Dui
59 Huan
60 Jie
61 Zhong fu
62 Xiao guo
63 Ji ji
64 Wei ji

Jun ming
9 kinds of luck
Hui
Ji
Jiu
Lin
Ping
Xiu
Xiang
Zai
Xiong

Yijing
Hu ti
Zhong yao
Chun gua
Gua
Shi yao
Shi yi
Yao
Ying


Wen wang gua
Fei fu
Jin qian gua
Liu yao gua


Shi



Shuo gua zhuan
Ba gong
Gong gua
Yi shi gua
Er shi gua
San shi gua
Si shi gua
Wu shi gua
Liu shi gua
You hun
Gui hun
Liu qin
Xiong di
Zi sun
Fu mu
Qi cai
Guan gui
Yong shen
Yuan shen
Tui shen
Ji shen
Jin shen
Chou shen
Fu shen


Gou Chen



Gua shen
Ti
San ban gua
Shang gua tu
Shi er xiao xi gua
Shou gua
Yao
Yue jian

Sixty four hexagrams
The Creative
The Receptive
Beginning
Childhood
Needing
Contention
Multitude
Union
Little Accumulation
Fulfillment
Advance
Hindrance
Seeking Harmony
Great Harvest
Humbleness
Delight
Following
Remedying
Approaching
Watching
Eradicating
Adorning
Falling Away
Turning Back
Without Falsehood
Great Accumulation
Nourishing
Great Exceeding
Darkness
Brightness
Mutual Influence
Long Lasting
Retreating
Great Strength
Proceeding Forward
Brilliance Injured
Household
Diversity
Hardship
Relief
Decreasing
Increasing
Eliminating
Encountering
Bringing Together
Growth Upward
Exhausting
Replenishing
Abolishing the Old
Establishing the New
Taking Action
Keeping Still
Developing Gradually
Marrying Maiden
Abundance
Traveling
Proceeding Humbly
Joyful
Dispersing
Restricting
Innermost Sincerity
Little Exceeding
Already Fulfilled
Not Yet Fulfilled
Style of Jing Fang (77-37 B.C.)

Regret, repent
Lucky, auspicious
Fault, blame
Stingy, mean
Average, even
Stop, cease
Auspicious
Disaster/calamity
Inauspicious/terrible
I Ching "Book of Changes"
Nuclear Trigram
Nuclear lines, nuclear trigrams
Pure Hexagram
One of eight trigrams
Generation line
'Ten Wings' Commentaries of "Book of Changes"
Trigram or hexagram line
Other (literally, answer, response) (term used in "Yijing" divination technique for determining other or object line in a hexagram (gua)

Hexagrams of king Wen" (a kind of "Yijing" divination technique)
Hidden hexagrams (literally flying and hidden)
Divination with (Golden) Coins"
Six line hexagrams" a kind of "Yijing" divination technique) (see Wen wang gua)

Self (term used in "Yijing" divination technique for determining self or subject line in a hexagram (gua))
From Discussion of the Trigrams', eight of 'Ten Wings'
Eight palaces
Palace hexagram
1st generation of hexagram in palace
2nd generation hexagram in a hexagram palace
3rd generation hexagram in a hexagram palace
4th generation hexagram in a hexagram palace
5th generation hexagram in a hexagram palace
6th generation hexagram in a hexagram palace
Wandering soul, seventh generation in a hexagram palace
Returning soul, eight hexagram in a hexagram palace
Six relatives
Brothers
Children and grandchildren; descendants
Parents
Wife and wealth
Officer ghost
Application
Originating application
Retreating application
Annoying application
Progressing application
Hostile application





Crouching / hidden application Hooking use (another name for Gray Earthworm, one of six spirits)
Body of hexagram
Body
Three kinds of gua
Upper trigram chart
Twelve accumulation and dispersion hexagrams
Head hexagram
Shine, illuminate, illumination
Month builder

Four Pillars Chinese Astrology

Ba zi

Si zhu
Ming li
Shi
Bi
Guan
Cai
Yin

Four pillars of Destiny - Chinese form of Eight Characters astrology

Four pillars astrology
Fate calculation
Output - generated element
Compare, parallel - self element
Power - controlling element
Wealth - controlled element
Resource - generating element

Flying stars

Fei xing
Yi bai- tan lang
Er hei - Ju men
San bi - lu cun
Si lü - wen qu
Wu huang - Lian zhen
Liu bai - wu qu
Qi chi - po jun
Ba bai - zuo fu
Jiu zi - you bi
Zhu
Ke
Cheng men
San ban gua

Fu mu san ban gua

Shan xing
Shui xing
Xiang xing
Dou niu sha
Ling xing
Ti xing
Qi xing da jie

Wang shan wang shui
Shang shan
Shang shan xia shui


Wang
Zhao shen
Zheng shen
Zi bai jue
Ai xing tu
Fan yin
Fu yin
Gao song
Shi yun

Flying stars
One white - Greedy Wolf
Two black - Enormous Gate
Three blue-green/jade-green; - Salary Preserved
Four green - Literary star
Five yellow - Chasteness and Purity
Six white - Military and authority star
Seven red - Broken Army
Eight white - Left Assistant
Nine purple - Right Assistant
Host star
Guest star
Castle /city gate
String of pearls - stars in a sequence of 1-2-3, 2-3-4 etc, in each luo shu palace.
Three fates san ban gua (1-4-7, 2-5-8, 3-6-9) in each luo shu palace

Mountain star
Water star
Facing star
"bullfight sha" 2-3 star combination
Timely star (same as period star) (same as star in command)
Replacement star
"Seventh star robbery" method, to manipulate Qi
Correct positioning of mountain and water stars
Above mountain see shang shan xia shui
Above mountain and below water also known as out of place mountain and water and reversed house
Prosperity
Mirror spirit (secondary auspicious star)
Upright spirit (the timely star)
Method of purple and white/ purple and white secret
Chart of neighboring stars
Opposite meaning, reversed [repeat]
Repeat charting
High tower star
Losing the yun

Luo Pan Traditional Chinese Compass

Luo jing pan

Luopan (Feng Shui compass)

San yuan luo jing pan

3 cycle compass

Zong he luo jing pan

Combined luopan also known as zonghe combination of sanhe luopan and sanyuan luopan

Tai yi jiu gong pan

Tai yi nine palace luopan

Jiang pan

San yuan luopan from Master Jiang Dahong

San he luo jing pan

Three combinations san he

Si nan

Older form of luopan based on dipper and used a large spoon

Nei pan

Inside circle plate part of luopan

Tian qi

Heaven's pool centre of luopan

Tian pan

Heaven plate

Di pan

Earth plate

Wai pan

Outer plate - the square base

Zheng zhen di pan

Correct needle of the earth plate on luopan

Kong feng

Junction between the 24 mountains

Shi pan pan

Han dynasty divination plate

Ba Gua

Eight trigrams

Qian

Heaven

Kun

Earth

Zhen

Thunder

Xun

Wind

Kan

Water

Li

Fire

Gen

Mountain

Dui

Lake

San cai

Three Gifts - Heaven, Earth, and Man symbolized by Heaven, Earth and Man plates of the 24 mountains ring

Tian xin shi dao

Heaven center cross line - red cross lines

Ba kong wang

Eight void/evil lines - trigram divisions affecting facings 22.5, 67.5, 112.5, 157.5, 202.5, 247.5, 292.5 and 337.5 degrees

Si kong wang

Void (evil) lines 0, 90, 180, 270 degrees

Chu gua

Out of the trigram

Qi xian

Line between trigrams on luopan

Xiang

Facing direction of a house or a tomb

Zuo

Sitting direction of a house or a tomb

Wai ba gua

Outer Ba Gua

Xia chuan

Direction from where water flows away from the site

Xia gua tu

Chart of lower trigrams

Xia shui

Below water

Xiang dui

Opposite, to oppose, face to face, relative

Xie

To leak out, drain, vent, scatter, disperse, dissipate, reveal

Xing

Form or formation refers to mountain and water formations and is used to describe the nature of energy as determined by the mountain's appearance or the pattern of waterways

Xing du

"Passing degrees" 28 lunar mansions

Xue

Cave, den, hole, lair of the dragon - site with an accumulation of qi - where energy converges

Xun long

to seek the dragon, by Feng Shui rules, which belongs to and surrounds a grave site

Yang sheng shui

Life-giving water

Yang zhai

Yang dwelling - houses

Yin zhai

Yin dwelling - tombs

Yuan chen shui

"source water", the water in front of the site

Zhen wu

Structure intended to ward off evil influences, such as pagoda or stone lion

Zhi

Restriction

Zhi long

Straight dragon

Zhi sha

Restricting suppression

Zong miao

Royal ancestral temple

Zou shu

Written report; written memorial presented to the emperor or one of auspicious spirits li shi; bo shi; can shi etc.

An ma ni ba mi hong

Chinese version of Tibetan mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum"

Ba sha huang quan

The Eight Evil Spirits of the Yellow Springs (Underworld)

Bi he

Comparatively harmonious

Can shi

Silkworm room

Chu

Outward, goes out, exit

Cun

Inch

Li

Unit of length - 500 meters

Da fu

Senior officer

Dai wang shui

Water for prosperity and high rank

Dang ling

"serving as commander", "in season"

Dao shan dao shui

"arrive mountain and arrive facing (water)"

De ling xing

To obtain or get the command star

Di xian

Sink low star

Di zhi

Twelve earthy branches

Du tian

Capital of heaven

Fan gua shui fa

Turn over trigram water method

Fan pu gui zhen

Return to original nature (recover man's original simplicity)
"Return to uncut jade and revert to the one's natural self."

Fei shen

Flying spirit - noxious wind

Fu

Good fortune, blessing, happiness

Fu xing shui fa

Water method

Gan zhi

Ten Heavenly stems and twelve earthy branches

Ge

Structure: refers to a landform that fits a certain set of criteria and is used to describe the relationships of geographical features - peaks, valleys, lakes, rivers over a large region

Gui

Ghost, devil

Gui men

Devils gate (the door of the devil) (NE)

He

Harmony, harmonious

Hou gui men

Back door of the devil (SW)

Hu lu

Calabash, believed to be able to capture evil spirits

Hui feng fan zhao

"Returning the wind by reflection of the mirror."

Jia long

False dragon

Jian

"Leaning"

Jian xiang

"Leaning direction"

Jiang hu ren

Quacks, swindlers, charlatans (lit. "outlaws of the marsh people")

Jin

"layer (row) of a house"

Jiu xing

Nine stars

Ju

Condition: refers to relationships of geographical features in the immediate vicinity of a site and is used to describe the nature of energy surrounding a site

Ju shan

Office mountain

Kai men ba gua

"Open door Ba Gua"

Kan tong

Kan Tong system

Ke chu

Controlling outwardly; destroying outwardly

Ke ru

Controlling inwardly; destroying inwardly

Kui

Chief, head

Li shi

Powerful scholar (one of four niannshen fangwei)

Lin guan shui

Water for success

Ling

Command

Liu chong

Relationship of six oppositions

Liu he

Six harmonies

Liu shen

Six spirits, six gods or six animals

Liu shou

Six animals or six spirits, six gods

Long shen

Dragon spirits

Lu

Official's salary in feudal China, emolument, social status

Luan tou

Terrain/form

Mo

Vein - pathways of energy flowing in mountain ranges.

Mu

Tomb

Mu shui

Water for tomb

Mu yu shui

Water for bathing

Luan tou

Terrain (form)

Pan tuo sha

Spiral staircases sha

Po

Part of (seven) soul(s) which remains in the grave

Qi feng

Junction (line) of 2 separate pieces of paper/thing

Qi kou

Qi mouth

Qi long

Dragon riding on the site

Qi xiang

Power structure: used to describe power in the land. Geographical features that carry and hold great power have strong power structures; features that carry and hold little power have weak power structure; and features that carry and hold no energy have no power structure.

Qi xing tu

Chart of starting (derived) stars

Ru

Inward, enter, enters, goes in

Ru men di zi

Dedicated personal (closed-door) disciple

Ru qiu

In prison

Ru shi di zi

Into this world. Dedicated personal (closed-door) disciple

San gong

Three nobles

San sha

Three sha

Ta

Tower, pagoda

Shang shu

Official title in ancient China

Shen qi

Spirit energy: used to describe whether a landform has "vital" or "life" energy. Landforms with strong spirit energy are "alive"; landforms with weak spirit energy are "ill"; and landforms with no spirit energy are "dead"

Sheng chu

Giving birth outwardly; creating outwardly

Sheng ru

Giving birth inwardly; creating inwardly

Sheng shu

Number which creates

Shi

Power: refers to the amount of energy at any one of the above landforms

Shi dao

"Way of ten" (setting out of the reference line)

Shuai

Decay/ weaken

Shuai shui

Water for bad luck

Shuang shan shang wu xing

Double mountain (join) up (in) five

Shui fa

Water method

Shui kuo

Water mouth, referring to the direction and quality of the Water courses

Si he yuan

Traditional Chinese courtyard house

Tai ji

Greatest absolute (pole)

Tang

Flat low space before a tomb

Teng she

Yellow Snake

Tian chuan

"Heavenly pass", direction from where the water is coming towards the front of the site

Tian men

"Heavenly door (gate)", the direction from where the water is coming towards the front of the xue

Tian xin

Heaven heart

Tian zi

Son of Heaven

An jian sha

Hidden (secret) construction killing

Chu shi

Literally "out of this world"

Po sui

Break and shatter sha

Nei ba gua

Inner Ba Gua

Sha

To kill or killing

Sha

Evil spirit, goblin

Shen

Gods or spirits

Shou

Longevity

Na jia

Adopting the stems - the relationship of bagua with 24 mountains

Na zhi

Adopting the branches

Si qi

Dead Qi

Auspicious and Inauspicious Spirits

Yang gui ren
Yin gui ren
Bo shi
Sui lu
Sui ma
Sui de he
Sui de
Jie sha
Zai sha
Sui po
Sui sha
Sui zhi de (one of
Da huo (see,
Fu bing
Tai sui

Yang noble person (auspicious)
Yin noble person (auspicious)
Rich scholar; (auspicious)
Year income (auspicious)
Year horse (auspicious)
Year virtue combination (auspicious)
Year virtue (auspicious)
Robbery sha (inauspicious)
Disaster sha (inauspicious)
Year breaker (inauspicious)
Year sha (inauspicious)
Year branch virtue
Big calamity (inauspicious)
Ambush (inauspicious)
Jupiter's position in relation to the earth

Five Elements

Wu xing
Shui
Mu
Huo
Tu
Jin
Xiang zhi
Xiang hua
Xiang ke
Xiang sheng
Bi he
Xiong mei
Ke
Sheng
Wu

Five transformational phases consisting of:
Water
Wood
Fire
Earth
Metal
Mutual control
Mutual change (masking)
Mutual overcoming/destruction
Mutual production/nourishing
Mutual harmony / no effect
Siblings (brother and sister) - one of five basic relationships
Control, destroy (controlling [destroying] cycle)
Birth
Insult, bully - this happens when ke cycle is not strong enough to control

Qi Men Dun Jia - 8 gates

1st sheng men
2nd shang men
3rd du men
4th jing men
5th si men
6th jing men
7th kai men
8th xiu men

Gate of life (birth)
Gate of injury
Shut (clumsy) gate
Gate of view (prospect)
Gate of death
Gate of surprise (alarm)
Open (relaxed) gate
Gate of rest (auspicious)

Sixty Stems and Branches Harmonics - liu shi jia zi na yin

Wood Rat or Wood Ox
Wood Horse or Wood Sheep
Fire Tiger or
Fire Rabbit
Fire Monkey or Fire Rooster
Earth Dragon or Earth Snake
Earth Dog or Earth Pig
Metal Horse or Metal Sheep
Metal Rat or Metal Ox
Water Monkey or Water Rooster
Water Tiger or Water Rabbit
Wood Dog or Wood Pig
Wood Dragon or Wood Snake
Fire Rat or Fire Ox
Fire Horse or Fire Sheep
Earth Rat or Earth Rabbit
Earth Monkey or Earth Rooster
Metal Dragon or Metal Snake
Metal Dog or Metal Pig
Water Horse or Water Sheep
Water Rat or Water Ox
Wood Monkey or Wood Rooster
Wood Tiger or Wood Rabbit
Fire Dog or Fire Pig
Fire Dragon or Fire Snake
Earth Rat or Earth Ox
Earth Horse or Earth Sheep
Metal Tiger or Metal Rabbit
Metal Monkey or Metal Rooster
Water Dragon or Water Snake
Water Dog or Water Pig
Wu he

Metal In The Sea
Metal In The Sand
Fire In The Furnace
Fire On The Slope
Wood In The Forest
Wood On The Plain
Earth On Roadside
Earth On The Wall
Metal On The Sword
Metal In Gold Foil
Fire On A Mountain
Fire In The Lamp
Water In The Stream
Water From The River In Heaven
Earth On The Castle
Earth On Highway
Metal Cast Into Mold
Gold For Ornament
Wood Of The Willow Tree
Wood Of The Mulberry Tree
Water In The Spring
Water In The River
Earth In The House
Earth In The Sand
Fire Of Lightning
Fire Of The Sun
Wood Of The Pine Tree
Wood Of The Guava Tree
Water Flowing In Perpetuity
Water Of The Immense Sea
Relationship of five unities

28 Lunar Mansions

Name

Auspicious / Inauspicious

Starting from 24/7/03 occurs every fourth;

1 da jiao
2 kang
3 di
4 fang
5 xin
6 Wei
7 ji
8 nan dou
9 qian niu
10 Xu nü
11 Xu
12 Wei
13 Ying shi
14 Bi
15 kui
16 lou
17 Wei
18 mao
19 bi
20 Zui
21 shen
22 jing
23 Yu gui
24 Liu
25 Niao
26 Zhang
27 Yi
28 Zhen

Great Horn
Neck
Base
Room
Heart
Tail
Winnowing Basket
Southern Dipper
Ox Herd
Weaving Maiden
Void
Danger
Room
Wall
Astride
Mound
Stomach
Pleiades
Net
Beak
Orion
Well
Ghost Carriage
Willow
Bird
Bow
Wings
Carriage

Auspicious
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious
Auspicious
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious
Auspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious
Auspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious
Auspicious
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious

Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday

Seasons

Dates

Sun Enters

1 Li Chun
2 Yu Shui
3 Jing Zhe
4 Chun Fen
5 Qing Ming
6 Gu Yu
7 Li Xia

8 Xiao Man
9 Mang Chong
10 Xia Zhi
11 Xiao Shu
12 Da Shu
13 Li Qiu
14 Chu Shu
15 Bai Lu
16 Qiu Fen
17 Han Lu
18 Shuang Jiang
19 Li Dong
20 Xiao Xue
21 Da Xue
22 Dong Zhi
23 Xiao Han
24 Da Han

Beginning of spring
Rain water
The movement of insects spring equinox
Serene clarity
Grain rain
Beginning of summer little surfeit
Grain in ear
The summer solstice
Little heat
Great heat
Beginning of autumn
Heat ceasing
White dew
Autumn equinox
Cold dew
Frost descends
Beginning of winter

Little snow
Great snow
Winter solstice
Little cold
Great cold

4 Feb- 18 Feb
19 Feb - 4 Mar
5 Mar - 20 Mar
21 Mar - 4 Apr
5 Apr - 19 Apr
20 Apr - 4 May
5 May - 20 May

21 May - 5 Jun
6 Jun - 20 Jun
21 Jun - July 6
7 July - July22
23 Jul - 6 Aug
7 Aug - 22 Aug
23 Aug - 6 Sep
7 Sep - 21 Sep
22 Sep - 7 Oct
8 Oct - 22 Oct
23 Oct - 6 Nov

7 Nov - 21 Nov
22 Nov - 6 Dec
7 Dec - 21 Dec
22 Dec - 4 Jan
5 Jan - 19 Jan
20. Jan - 3 Feb

16º Aquarius
1º Pisces
16º Pisces
1º Aries
16º Aries
1º Taurus
16º Taurus

1º Gemini
16º Gemini
1º Cancer
16º Cancer
1º Leo
16º Leo
1º Virgo
16º Virgo
1º Libra
16º Libra
1º Scorpio

16º Scorpio
1º Sagitarius
16º Sagitarius
1º Capricorn
16º Capricorn
1º Aquarius

Twelve Jianchu Spirits - Jian chu shi er shen

Auspicious / Inauspicious

1 Jian
2 Chu
3 Man
4 Ping
5 Ding
6 Zhi
7 Po
8 Wei
9 Cheng

10 Shou
11 Kai
12 Bi

Beginning of things
Eliminating
Filling up
Leveling
Settling matters
Commanding the situation
Broken
Dangerous
Ending the situation Collecting
Open
Close

Inauspicious
Auspicious day
Inauspicious
Inauspicious
Auspicious day
Auspicious day
Inauspicious
Auspicious day
OK day

Inauspicious
Auspicious day
Inauspicious

Twelve Palaces - shi er gong

Definition

Timeliness

1 Sheng Qi
2 Mu Yu
3 Guan dai
4 Lin guan
5 Wang
6 Shuai
7 Bing
8 Si
9 Zang
10 Jue
11Tai
12 Yang

Birth
To be cleansed
To come of age
To approach officialdom
Prosperity
To decay (become weak)
To become sick
Death (to die)
Burial
Totally vanished
Embryo forming
Developing

Timely
Neutral
Neutral
Timely
Most Timely
Timely
Most untimely
Most untimely
Timely
Most untimely
Most untimely
Most untimely