Yin Wood People – The Flowers in the 4 Pillars of Destiny

Flowers and Vines are Yin Wood

In Feng Shui terms, what are Yin Wood people in the 4 Pillars of Destiny?

Yin Wood or Yi, is the image of flowers and grass swaying in rhythm with the breeze. Yi Wood people are delicate, more flexible and find it easier to adjust to their environment. Their character is milder, gentler and a great deal more tactful than Yang Wood people because it is yielding and soft. They can compromise and are more moderate in personality.

Yi Wood will find ways around obstacles, rather than fight directly. They appear to be fragile but, by flowing with the wind, they are in reality rather hardy. They turn their adaptability into a strength.

Yi people make good leaders because they can turn and twist. They are adept at politics and can be fickle. They can mirror grass popping through the cracks of cement. Yi Wood can be the branches of a tree. So, they are often good with their fingers and at handicrafts.

The entire spirit of Yi is to climb upwards in search of sunlight. Yi will lean and wrap around anything to reach to the top. Think of a vine winding up a wall, a tree or a fence. In some cases, vines can can completely cover a tree it grows on and choke or overpower it.  Yi people will give into others to satisfy themselves. They are artful at making use of others

Yi females are usually elegant and graceful. The have the capacity to get the toughest of men to completely submit. It hard to say no to a beautiful lady!

Examples of Yin wood people are Bill Clinton, Princess Diana, Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, John Travolta, Julia Roberts, Madonna and Prince William.

To have a full understanding of each Wood person, we factor in the hour, day, month and year of birth as each one is complex. More on wood, click here.

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