Daily Chinese horoscope
Wednesday 11 March 2020

Free and accurate daily horoscope of 11 March 2020
By Karmaweather - 26 February 2019
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Chinese calendar:
Day of the Ox Water
Month of the Rabbit Earth
Year of the Rat Metal

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Characteristics of 11 March 2020

Polarity of the day: Yin
Polarity of the month: Yin
Polarity of the year: Yang
Marriage and love: Inauspicious
Favorable directions: Nord-Est
Lucky colors: Red, Pink, Orange
Energetic chart: Deficiency Fire
Destiny of birth (Yi Jing): Fullness
Boy’s first names: Ignatius, Lucio, Melchor, Teófilo, Vukan
Girl’s first names: Barbara, Diyaa, Hikari, Nora, Solana

Daily horoscope of 11 March 2020

Water Ox Day

The Day of the Water Ox is conducive to work, patience and respect for the established order. The Chinese zodiac sign of the Water Ox is an ambitious esthete, capable of elaborating patient and elaborated strategies for a lasting success. In his relationship to money, the Water Ox favors trades where his probity won't be questioned. Today, you can count on the presence of your family and friends to accompany you in your administrative procedures. In the workplace, your colleagues are particularly cooperative with you, to the point of (wrongly) awakening your natural mistrust. In love, especially if your couple is recent, don't be surprised if your partner asks you to get more engaged in your relationship.



12th Lunar Mansion: The Roof

The lodge of the Roof is neutral. Monday and the Moon are symbolically attached to this house. It’s a day for building construction and real estate trades. On the other hand, travel is to be avoided during the passage of this lodge.

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Chinese stone of birth

Corrective stone of the day

yi king karma

Yi Jing hexagram of plenitude (益, yì)

Optimistic and benevolent, the indivual born under the "Yi Jing hexagram of plenitude" has a sensitive and altruistic temperament. Generous and tolerant, he is the type to accept others in their differences and diversity and to share what he has, because he wants more than anyone to see those he loves happy and fulfilled. Thus, working or building for the collective good are part of his personal values. However, the being of the "Yi Jing hexagram of plenitude" is not very comfortable when it comes to ensuring a leadership role on topics that require serious managerial skills. Without being weak or fleeing, he prefers to be led to better pour his full energy to the construction. Persevering and constant, he moves slowly but surely towards his goals. If he has a rational and methodical vision, he needs coherence between his mind and his actions to make progress in life. On the other hand, the being of the "Yi Jing hexagram of plenitude" is often successful thanks to the support and encouragement of his relatives. Therefore, his main challenge lies in his ability to take a leading role on some of the fundamentals of his life and to be able to evolve in life without necessarily needing the approval or authorization of others to achieve his aspirations.


Water Ox's Pillar of Destiny

"The mulberry wood" (Yin)

The imaged destiny of the "mulberry wood" in its Yin form symbolizes the meticulous work, the robustness and the will. Remember that in ancient China the mulberry tree is the tree through which the rising sun appears. In addition, note that some musical instruments are also made from this remarkable wood. It is therefore the craft or agricultural professions that are particularly valued here. However, this pillar presents some somewhat static asperities, because of a too categorical appreciation of the reality.

However, in a favorable alignment with the other pillars, it then indicates an inventive spirit that valiantly wins the battle against too much realism. But caution is needed, because stubbornness and intolerance may take over at any time. Still, the imaged destiny of the "mulberry wood" is a pillar that is perfect for artisans and all individuals who have chosen the work of the land as a trade.

As a pillar of birth day, conflict is more internalized and limited to individual boundaries. Luck will eventually give a boost to a timely moment of existence.