The Scenery Door represents splendour, beauty and quality. It is associated with outstanding achievement and the act of invention. It also symbolises all that is superficial and things that appear important until they are subjected to scrutiny. Its name is a reference to its position in the South Sector. In ancient times, the South of China was warm in summer and renowned for its natural beauty.
The Scenery Door can help one draft legal documents, carry out paperwork or deal with authority. It can bolster one’s reputation and help businesses brand and position themselves properly in their respective markets.
Natal Position: With Li Palace as the natal and represented by summer in the Fire element, he Yang energy is strong and life on Earth is at its most prosperous.
Representation: It represent the middle daughter, one of beauty and quality who counters the Qian Metal representing her father and clashes with the Kan Water representing her husband. This could simultaneously indicate the benefit of close and harmonious relationships and the calamity that can result from poor ones.
The Scenery Door is a moderately auspicious Door. It is most beneficial in professional situations. It can help one conduct public speaking or make a presentation and boost one’s performance in an examination or in a test.
Salespeople will find that the Scenery Door improves their conversion rate and adds to the bottom line. Generally speaking, the Scenery Door can help ensure that one’s voice is heard in the workplace and that the work and ideas they submit, are given due consideration. In politics, the Scenery Door can help a candidate connect properly with their constituents and grow their support base.
The Scenery Door helps one stay organised and be on schedule. It aids in the following of procedure too – so if one must file a report or lodge a complaint, the Scenery Door will ensure that he can do so effectively.
The Scenery Door is unsuitable for activities involving money. It can introduce risk into one’s financial plans and hinder efforts to gain capital. Travellers should also avoid this Door, as it can cause delays or worse.
If one plans to meet up with a close acquaintance, he may wish to delay his meeting to a time when the Scenery Door is not present, as the acquaintance may not even recognise him.