Relationship Layout #1

Relationship Layout #1

 

 

Difficulty: Easy

This layout is easy to read, like a convenient chart. In this spread, court tiles generally indicate actual people with the same characteristics. Knights (or corresponding princes, but not kings) and queens are meant to represent actual men and women in this layout. Look for patterns in the tiles as always.

Tile #1 is the overall significator of the relationship. The two columns on either side of the significator characterise each individual's role in the relationship. The relationship does not have to be romantic. In fact, it could be a relationship between a person and a group, or even how two groups relate.

The top row, tiles #7 & #2, is about the conscious thoughts of each person, or what they think about the relationship and likewise how they view their partner.

The middle row, tiles #6 & #3, reveals the way each individual feels about the other. Emotional awareness corresponds to a person's unconscious thoughts that run deep, affecting a person in ways he or she is not fully aware of.

The bottom row, tiles #5 & #4, represents the way each person behaves, in other words the stance taken regarding the relationship. The way a person acts may be genuine, but sometimes people are phony and manipulative, so it is best to weigh this tile against the other person's tiles to determine how they match up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Relationship #1 Reading

  You   Other Person
Thought             
Wan 4
              
Bamboo 3
Emotion             
Red Dragon
The Significator

Bamboo
            
Circles 1
External Stance             
Wan 8
              
Worm

 

 

 

 

The Significator

Bamboo

Symbol: Scholarship

The Bamboo tile indicates an adaptable, useful spirit. The Bamboo tile is also associated with scholarly pursuits.

 

 

 

 

The Querent's Thoughts

Wan 4

Symbol: Lute

The Lute tile indicates a need for relaxation, a break from the stress of your everyday life. For people nearing the end of their career it may suggest that the time for them to retire has come.

 

 

 

 

The Other Person's Thoughts

Bamboo 3

Symbol: Toad

The Toad tile indicates some troubling moments along your life's path, but these aches will heal. It also suggests your ambition may be greater than your reach.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Querent's Emotions

Red Dragon

Symbol: Centre

The Red Dragon tile is indicative of success and the fulfilment of your goals.

 

 

 

 

The Other Person's Emotions

Circles 1

Symbol: Pearl

The Pearl tile denotes the attainment of wealth and a life of luxury. The task will be to balance the spiritual self with the physical self.

 

 

 

 

The Querent's External Stance

Wan 8

Symbol: Knot

The Knot tile represents both bonding and severing. If the Sword tile (2 Wan) is in your reading then the time to sever ties with someone or something is at hand. Conversely if the Duck tile (2 Bamboo) is in your reading then there is bond that will strengthen. If both appear in your reading, then you have a relationship of some kind that is of undecided value.

 

 

 

 

The Other Person's External Stance

Worm

This creature lives off the dirt of the earth, collecting valuable nutrients that make it a symbol of energy and revitalisation. Naturally the worm is an old Tibetan home remedy with tremendous healing properties. Aiding both yin and yang energies, as well as practically every other vital organ and body system, it represents a powerful cure-all – a solution to a broad variety of problems.

 

 

 

 

 

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