April 2023 Yearbook (Tong Shu)
April 3, 2023rd Moon Ice Chen (Yang Fire Dragon)
starts with 5th April to 5, 2023th May 2023
Are you ready for 2023?
The Chinese calendar (Chinese calendar) or “Tong Shu ‘Tung Sing” is based on lunar cycles, which promotes or recommends certain tasks to be performed on certain days, depending on the combination of heavenly trunks and earthly branches provide guidelines. Virtually every home in Asia has one of these and we refer to it daily. It tells you when to do certain tasks and events and when not to do them.
The year in which an individual was born is made up of two components. First is the stem. The ten trunks represent the five elements of water, wood, fire, earth, and metal in yang and yin states. The essence of this element is indicated by the last digit of the year of birth. 0 (Gold Yang), 1 Gold Yin, 2 (Water Yang), 3 (Water Yin), 4 (Tree Yang), 5 (Tree Shadow), 6 (Fire Yang), 7 (Fire Yin), 8 (Earth Yang) ), 9 (soil shade). For example, if you were born in 1941, the last number for that year is 1, so your square mark is Golden Yin. The second is a branch. Zodiac is the Chinese astrological zodiac: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. The essence of the individual elements is: Rat (Water Yang), Ox (Earth Shadow), Tiger (Tree Yang), Rabbit (Tree Shadow), Dragon (Sun Sun), Snake (Fire Shadow), Horse (Fire Shadow), Sheep (Earth Shadow), Monkey (Metal) yang), rooster (metal yin), dog (sun yang), and pig (water yin). 1962 is the year of the Yang Water Tiger.
The elements of the person’s year are Yang Water and Yang Tree. You can find the ground branch for your year of birth according to the table below. The trunk and branches represent each other in a 60-year cycle of Yin and Yang elements. Use the almanacs below each day to help you choose the most auspicious days and times for activities and events such as renovating, traveling, starting a business, or even repairing tools. For the selection of suitable dates, it is advisable to consult a Tomoe expert, as it is the earthly branch of the year that is taken into consideration, the year of choice and the day of the individual. In the olden days, auspicious dates had to be carefully selected for the actual building work, after many features of the building site had been considered, to ensure harmony. It consists of:
- Up-to-date information on the property’s 9 palace annual energies and 3 annual afflictions according to the Xuan Kong system of feng shui.
- The “Yellow” or imperial calendar is the days during the year when it is recommended to proceed with or avoid certain tasks or projects. There is a section outlining recommended dates for the “spring cleaning” before Chinese New Year.
- A good or unlucky day according to the four pillars “Bako” of each year.
For example, if you plan to sign in April 2023, select 3.rd12th Such. Or if you’re having a wedding, choose two.nd3rd and so on and avoid 7 daysth8th The yearbook is taken very seriously and is used daily by all staff at the Feng Shui store, especially Michael, when consulting, teaching and traveling.
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Let’s go one step further. When the time and moon are in harmony with the person’s earthly branch it can work in their favor. I have to stress that it’s just a generic way to take advantage. A more complete and accurate analysis of an individual’s best timing requires a deeper interpretation of the individual’s Eight Children (Four Pillars).
Let’s say that day is auspicious for you and you want to start a new business. Choose a suitable date to open your business from this yearbook. You may wish to hold an opening ceremony or make a contract at a time that is convenient for you. For example, if you are a dog, the best times from the chart below are (5am-7am), (11am-1pm), and (7pm-9pm). Well, even if it’s not a good day, at least try to spend the good hours on something important. If you don’t know Chinese animals, use the table below.
|Best time (corresponding store business hours)|
|11:00pm – 12:59am 01:00am – 02:59am 07:00am – 08:59am 03:00pm – 04:59pm|
|01:00am – 02:59am 09:00am – 10:59am 05:00pm – 06:59pm 11:00pm – 00:59am|
|03:00am – 04:59am 11:00am – 12:59pm 07:00pm – 08:59pm 09:00pm – 10:59pm|
|05:00am – 06:59am 01:00pm – 02:59pm 07:00pm – 08:59pm 09:00pm – 10:59pm|
|07:00am – 08:59am 03:00pm – 04:59pm 05:00pm – 06:59pm 11:00pm – 00:59am|
|01:00am – 02:59am 09:00am – 10:59am 03:00pm – 04:59pm 05:00pm – 06:59pm|
|3:00 am – 4:59 am 11:00 am – 12:59 pm 1:00 pm – 2:59 pm 7:00 pm – 8:59 pm|
|5:00 am – 6:59 am 11:00 am – 12:59 pm 1:00 pm – 2:59 pm 9:00 pm – 10:59 pm|
|11:00pm – 12:59am 07:00am – 8:59am 09:00am – 10:59am 03:00pm – 04:59pm|
|01:00am – 02:59am 07:00am – 08:59am 09:00am – 10:59am 05:00pm – 06:59pm|
|03:00am – 04:59am 05:00am – 06:59am 11:00am – 12:59pm 07:00pm – 08:59pm|
|03:00am – 04:59am 05:00am – 06:59am 01:00pm – 02:59pm 09:00pm –10:59pm|
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