When I first read El amor en los tiempos del cólera, Love in the Time of Cholera, in 1985, I could not help but be reminded that love, no matter how distant and or how remote it may seem, that somewhere, in the end, love will find a way. To find out more about one of my favorite all time authors click here.
Gracias Sr. Marquez!
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places
The BaZi Suan Ming, the Life and Destiny Map also known as the Four Pillars of Destiny, can help you understand the nature of love in all relationships. Let me repeat: In all relationships. Have you ever wondered what went awry in a relationship? Have you ever wondered if you are with the right person? Have you ever been looking for love in all the right and wrong places?
Yes Mark McGrath, you too can understand how the BaZi can help you in Love whether you have Cholera or not….
The Bazi helps a person understand how nature can affect a person’s expectations in love, money, wealth and their career. (Or in these days, their multiple careers.) The key thing is to hone in on the 400+ variables to extract only the most accurate and defining information that sets your path into beneficial direction or “flow.” This momentum offers a better choice in how you actualize your freedom and expression of love. Love is constant in our lives. WE know who we love. We just forget to tell those people. Why leave love to chances?
Really Gonz? The Bazi can help me too?
You don’t have to have been married to Ike Turner to know that you have experienced a bad relationship. There are many times in our lives we ask that question that has plagued human kind since Adam and Lilith: That question is simple- What was I thinking?
Oh great, NOW you tell me!
Let the Bazi help you understand who you are. Let the Bazi help you understand where you are in your time line Let the Bazi help you know your challenges and advantages in your basic emotional and subconscious framework. Remember 3% of how we communicate is conscious. 97% of how we communicate is subconscious. These are not good odds if you leave decisions, especially, decisions of the heart to chance.
In the Bazi Suan Ming there three general classifications of ‘findings’ in relationships:
“Fitting” 合 (he)
“Not fitting” 不合 (bu he)
“Too fitting” 太合 (tai he)
These are as wide range and general you can define a relationship. These are known as ‘findings’ when calculating and extracting identifiable information from your own personal Bazi. How do you “fit” in your relationship? Do you want to fit in a relationship? How do you know when you need “space” and you need to “change?” These terms and conditions can be understood with a Bazi reading. If you want your life to change, contact me for a Bazi consultation. If anything, you will find the deeper understanding of who you are a little more and most certainly, where you are in your timeline. Do not leave love to chance.
One of my favorite songs is ‘Ojala’ by Silvio Rodriguez. It is a gorgeous, eerie, lovely and most deceptively tale of love and loss. Ojalá is a Spanish word that comes out of the Arabic وشاء الله (wa-šā’ allāh) essentially meaning ‘and may God will it’. So “may God will it.” In Spanish, it is typically used as a term that expresses the phrase, “Hope, hopefully or even I hope.” The first stanza of the lyrics are posted below along with an English translation. To listen to the song click the link here.
My own “love” truism is this: Love can ruin you. But love can also bring you back from the dead.
‘Ojala’ by Silvio Rodriguez
Ojalá que las hojas no te toquen el cuerpo cuando caigan
para que no las puedas convertir en cristal.
Ojalá que la lluvia deje de ser milagro que baja por tu cuerpo.
Ojalá que la luna pueda salir sin ti.
Ojalá que la tierra no te bese los pasos
I hope the leaves do not touch your body when they fall
so that you cannot convert them to crystal.
I hope that the rain may cease to be the miracle that flows down your body.
I hope the moon is able to leave without you.
I hope that the earth will not kiss your footprints.