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I was sitting down at my desk thinking of what I should write about in my blog when I got a SMS from a friend who is just embarking on her metaphysics journey. She was very concerned about the clashes in her chart and called me to discuss over it.

Hence it triggered me to write this article on clashes. A clash will bring about a movement, a change in your life, where the results are usually not so desirable. This clash can be found either in your natal chart or when the luck pillar, annual year pillar comes in. The 6 clashes that we know in Bazi is Zi-Wu (Rat and Horse clash, basically Water vs Fire), Mao-You (Rabbit and Rooster clash, Wood vs Metal), Yin-Shen (Tiger and Monkey clash, Wood vs Metal), Si-Hai (Snake and Pig clash, Fire vs Water), Chen-Xu (Dragon and Dog clash, Earth vs Earth) and lastly Chou-Wei (Ox and Goat clash, Earth vs Earth).

So what must you take note of if you saw a clash present in your chart or there is an incoming clash? As there are many things we can decode from a clash, I will only touch on health issues that one may face in the event of a clash. If you see a

Zi-Wu clash – blood related or kidney issues

Mao-You clash – hepatobiliary , nerves, bones and limbs issues

Yin-Shen clash – liver, limbs and intestinal issues

Si-Hai clash – heart related issues, possible stroke, reproductive system and eyes related illness

Chen-Xu – Stomach related problems, colon cancer and skin issues

Chou-Wei – Stomach related problems and cancer

Before you set yourself in a panic mode reading the above, take note that the issues stated above are not final. If you find yourself having such clashes in your chart, what it means is to take precaution. Have a healthy lifestyle and go for a full body check up annually to ensure your health is in tip-top condition. Knowing what may come means we have the choice to prevent it from happening to us. Having said that, let’s all take good care of our health! Afterall, you want to earn that money to enjoy life not to use that money to support a doctor.