Yin and Ying Must Be In Balance
The ancient Chinese Yin-Yang scholars believed that three are two natural, complementary, and contradictory forces in our universe. The scholars named them Yin and Yang. Yin represents the female, negative, darkness, softness, moisture, night-time, even numbers, and docile aspects of things. Yang represents the male, positive, brightness, hardness, dryness, daytime. odd numbers and dominant aspects. Yin and Yang are continually in the state of flux and always looking for the BALANCE point. One moves, the other response. Therefore, ancient scholars treated this natural phenomenon as a natural universal law.
These scholars also believed that our universe consisted of five basic elements, which are Metal, Water, Wood, Fire, and Earth (Soil). Everything, including humans, in the universe (between Heaven and Earth) must have a relationship with these five elements. So they tried to apply the five elements not only to every physical thing in the world but also to the Colors, Directions, Seasons, and Sounds. They even applied to the Years, Months, Days, Hours, Minutes, and Seconds of the Chinese Calendar. Now, people are able to know their five-element weights from their birth date and time. Based on the combination of these five-element weights plus the concept of the natural phenomenon, they can tell the rise and fall of the human destiny (fate) cycle.
Five Elements do not only mean metal, water, wood, fire, and earth. The "element" in Chinese also means MOVEMENT, CHANGEABLE, and DEVELOPMENT. These elements have their Ying and Yang sides too. They are moving, waning, waxing, and changing all the time. Just like Ying and Yang, the movements of the Five Elements are slow and stable when they are in a kind of balance. If they are out of balance, then the movements are unstable and unpredictable. When a person is in a stable (five-element) environment, he should live peacefully. When a person is in an unpredictable environment, he is easily out of control. A person will feel lucky when everything is under control. A person will feel bad luck when everything is out of control. If you want to be a lucky person, you have to move to an environment to bring your five elements into balance.
In the fortune-telling system, we want to use metal, water, wood, fire, and earth as the five elements to explain everything. Metal stands for mineral, gold, jewelry, iron, rock, or something hard. Water stands for liquid or something cold. Wood stands for tree or something to do with wood. Fire stands for Sun, fire, heat, light, or something hot. Earth stands for soil, dust, or ground. There are affinity and enmity relationships between the five elements.
The affinity relationship means supporting, helping, producing, constructive, generating, etc.
We can say that:-
The enmity relationship means fighting, conflicting, rejecting, destructive, etc.
We can say that:-