To understand complex systems, it’s important to simplify them first to gain a grasp on fundamental dynamics, which later can be rather useful when dealing with more complex topics.
When it comes to BaZi, everything starts with five Elements.
Of the five Elements, one always represents us; we call it a Master Element, while the other four Elements represent a dynamic around us or our life reality. These four Elements can be further divided into two groups; productive and controlling.
For example, if the person is a Yin Fire Master Element, the production Elements would be Wood and Earth because Wood is producing Fire, making the person strong. At the same time, Earth represents Yin Fire’s output, a result of Fire burning. These two Elements are very close to the Master Element; they directly influence the quality and the strength of that particular ME.
An overwhelming Wood will make Yin Fire overnourished, most likely making the person lazy and intellectually over-complicated. Overwhelming Earth would result in overproduction, leading to Master Element exhaustion and chronic lack of energy.
When a Yin Fire person has a solid amount of Wood and Earth, they are most likely very creative due to a favorable productive dynamic.
When it comes to controlling dynamics, Metal would be the Element that Yin Fire wants to control, while Water Element aims to control Yin Fire. These two Elements mustn’t be overwhelming; otherwise, a weak Yin Fire might struggle, resulting in a poorer life reality.
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