The Bazi Method: The Nobleman

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The concept of nobleman/benefactor/貴人 is an intriguing one.

Everyone needs a bit of help every now and then although it also shouldn’t be to the extent of solely relying on help. Your Nobleman should be the only opening the door or pointing the way for you to ultimately walk it yourself.

If you have it in your own Natal chart, you are constantly blessed with helpful people around you.

Some comes in through the Luck Pillar, then you have 10 years of helpful people around you.

In case you still don’t have it, it can still come in through an Annual Pillar or someone else’s chart or by checking the Shen Sha/Auxiliary Stars in your chart – which will be discussed in another date.

A nobleman’s job is always to help you, to grow you, to make you better one way or another, there’s no doubt about that.

However while some Noblemen are nicer to deal with there is a slight misconception where people assume your nobleman to be nice, or be someone you like. Well some are, but some are not.

You’d notice there are actually 3 Day Master with their Noblemen clashed – The Jia 甲,the Wu 戊 and the Geng 庚 have 未 Goat and 丑 Ox as their noblemen. Why is that?

Because generally these are the 3 most stubborn Day Masters who doesn’t enjoy change as much as the rest hence their Nobleman tend to be people who pressure them, challenge them, question them and most likely push them to an uncomfortable corner to force this breakthrough.

For example, remember that person who kept taunting you about your weight? Even if there were a few, there was that one person who finally pushed you out of your comfort zone and do something.

Remember that evil boss who made you quit that comfortable job you didn’t even like? The one that made you finally pursue the path you always wanted to and made tons of money doing it?

Well THAT is your nobleman!

Do remember to thank them someday.

The information in this page/blog is meant to supplement, not replace, proper metaphysics training. Readers should consult a certified consultant for proper diagnosis of their entire chart/life issues. Past events, locales and conversations may have been reconstructed in order to maintain anonymity. Any resemblance to an actual person, living or dead, or actual events (unless specified) is purely coincidental.


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