Zi Wei Dou Shu is a powerful tool used to analyze life events, and life destiny. It is a profound destiny analysis tool, and has been practiced for thousands of years where it is shaped, reformed, and renewed.
However, there are some conceptual or underlying philosophical challenges that one needs to know when decoding a Zi Wei Dou Shu destiny chart.
First off, the destiny chart will indicate fated events, and/or signals to possible events. These events usually happens, and sometimes may happen but in a different circumstance. You may have encountered two person with the same destiny chart that results in two different outcomes but with close similarities. The positive or negative signal reveals will happen but the scope of impact could be different. It is circumstantial!
For example, if there is an indication of a divorce or a separation, native A could be separated with the partner due to constant work travel or work related project and needs to be physically away from home for months or years. When done, native A’s partner returned and the separation has been successfully concluded. No divorce but a separation for native A. However, even without a divorce, but a separation, the relationship could still be jeopardized until the timing has concluded.
On the other hand, native B stayed together with the partner and there were no plans of separation [ie. living separately]. When the separation/divorce signal reveals at a certain year, and nothing was done to avoid the separation, a divorce is highly likely, and the probability is almost certain. However, taking it one step further, the separation event for native B is either a divorce, or probably separated [in the affairs of the heart], but not physically or legally.
There are other factors to consider as well. These include external factors such as the environmental factors, societal norms, family/people influences, and the environmental science [Feng Shui]. In any case, if native B is not divorced at that time, native B’s would have lost the love and romance factor, but hanging on due to other pressures and influences mentioned above.
The Lesson here is that certainties and uncertainties could happen. Although events are classified as a ‘cast-in-stone’ that must happen, there is a window of freewill and external influences, that could alter the event, but slightly.
As a practitioner in Zi Wei Dou Shu, it is imperative to not conclude certainty of a signal or a revelation of the codes in the chart. The best practice is to suggest a possibility of occurrences, and not a definite conclusion, coupled with some guidance to minimize the negative events [if you are experienced in the skill of Zi Wei Dou Shu]. ‘Divorce’ is a taboo word that could result in anxiety, psychological imbalances, depression, etc. Care must be taken to suggest negative signals. Never be one hundred percent certain, and leave a window of uncertainties when deciphering the revelation of signals and codes.
* Not everyone is meant to be in your future forever. Some people are just passing through to teach you lessons in life;
* All married couples tend to fight over the same five things: money, sex, work, parenting, and household;
* Important thing to remember: You can’t please everyone.