大有 (Big Reward Gua) also known as ‘Great Reward’. This Gua is represents that which can be achieved when people work together. 同人 (Fellowship Gua) and 大有 (Big Reward Gua) are often read together as a pair when one embraces iChing as a philosophy. In order to achieve 大有, one must embrace 同人(仁).
仁 implies, a true leader who leads with humility and compassion. True Leadership is not simply about wielding lots of power. Although, its possible to gain a position of dominance through bullying tactics but the genuine obedience and respect won must come from the heart. Loyalty is won only through empathy and compassion.
大有 (Big Reward Gua) implies that under the right leadership, the same sense of togetherness and connectedness as expressed in 同人 (Fellowship Gua), the combination of both 同人 (Fellowship Gua) and 大有 (Big Reward Gua) enhances this ability to work together toward a common goal, inspired by a shared vision and success.
大有 (Big Reward Gua) elements (五行) belongs to Wood (木)；if the facing / sitting / door of the house or apartment is this Gua (卦), it is suitable for resident with annual pillar Earth Snake (己巳), Fire Snake (丁巳), Wood Snake (乙巳), Earth Rabbit (己卯).
同人 (Fellowship Gua) means community, connectedness and friendship. This Gua represents the relationships between people on both an personal level and on the wider spectrum of the world’s stage. It may also be use to reflect on issues such as discrimination and/ or the relationship in a marriage. 人 in this Gua, I personally prefer to see it as 仁, alike the Chinese words: 一視同仁.
同人 (Fellowship Gua) holds an upper Qian (乾) Trigram sitting on top a lower Li (離) Trigram. This formation suggests inner warmth and passion + a strong and active outlook.
同人 (Fellowship Gua) is the belief that the whole world should be able to come together as one community, joined in fellowship, moving towards harmony and progress.
同人 (Fellowship Gua) elements (五行) belongs to Metal (金)；if the facing / sitting / door of the house or apartment is this Gua (卦), it is suitable for resident with annual pillar Metal Ox (辛丑), Wood Rat (甲子), Fire Ox (丁丑), Metal TIger (庚寅).
The 60 JiaZi (甲子) is one of the earliest and ingenious invention of the Chinese Culture. Its purpose is to record years, months, days and hours. And in the course of civilization, these 60 JiaZi (甲子) took on a beautiful spiritual veil known as TaiSui (太岁).
TaiSui (太岁) is a God enshrined by the people, and according to folklore everyone is guarded or protected by their own TaiSui (typically based on birth year). There is also another metaphor known as 12 deity of TaiSui ( 太岁十二神).
Instead of using the annual TaiSui (太岁) to check if a particular zodiac has energy clashes and harms. Why not, use our day pillar (日主) to check the 60 JiaZi (甲子) and see which TaiSui (太岁) we are in sync with or who is “looking after” us. Google these TaiSui (太岁), read up and understand their history, what are their strengths, virtues and characters attributes which we could adopt and incorporate into our daily lives.
Expand this metaphor a little further using all 4 pillars, we might have 4 different mode of TaiSui (太岁) to learn from with regards to each aspect of our environment. It could be well ranges from righteousness to humility. Instead of praying to TaiSui (太岁), perhaps its time we start learning from TaiSui (太岁). Let’s enjoy this little exploration.
1，年 Year embodies externalities, government, authority, social relationship, superiors, bosses, grandparents, uncle’s, aunties, in-laws and parents. 2，月 Month encapsulate work environment, colleagues, peers, friends and siblings relationship.s 3，日 Day focus on family environment, spouse relationship. It also includes self as well as personal values. 4，时 Hours deals with personal aspirations, dreams hopes and fear. It also encompasses offsprings and children relationship or matters.