Heavenly Grass

The Heavenly Grass is a Yang Water element Star corresponds to the Kan 1 (North) Palace, traditionally, it is perceived as a malevolent star. Sitting at Kan Gun represents deceitful acts, recklessness and mercilessness. It is generally considered inauspicious because its presence can instigate theft, looting and tyranny – just as its name might suggest. It may represent vast knowledge and wisdom, it is tinged with a darker side and may hint of something sinister and underhanded. Consequently, people of this Star are prone to behave in morally grey ways if they feel there is something to be gained.

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The Heavenly Grass, being a Water element Star, is considered prosperous if it lands in a Wood element palace, as Water produces Wood. In a palace with the same element, it is considered strong. A Fire element palace will weaken it (as Water controls Fire), while an Earth element palace will cause it to become trapped (as Earth controls Water). In a Metal element palace, the Heavenly Grass is interpreted as dead (as Metal produces Water).


Heavenly Grass people are driven, diligent and mentally tough. Their fearless approach to life can be a source of inspiration to others and their positive outlook allows them to overcome obstacles that would stop other people dead in their tracks. Their boundless imagination allows them to see potential where others cannot.

They are confident but may doubt themselves at time. However, they are able to conceal this from others and even trick themselves into thinking otherwise. They are an unstoppable force, once they have a goal in sight.

FinallyHeavenly Grass individuals are good at reaching out for help. They understand the power of delegation and use it to their advantage as a force multiplier. Although the benefits of asking for assistance may seem obvious, some of the other stars struggle to do so, feeling that to ask for help is akin somehow to showing weakness.


Although they have magnetic personalities, Heavenly Grass people can be so self absorbed that they bore others. They can become so wrapped up in their own world that they fail to notice when other people need their attention or help. This can be very damaging to their relationships in particular.

Heavenly Grass people are not very patient. if plan fails they man be irritated and act out irrationally. Their temper can hinder some of their plans, if they direct it at the wrong person.

Finally, although the Heavenly Grass has ability to take charge and make their own luck, their tendency to be greedy can bring about misfortune and drive away good luck. People in general, do not take kindly to greed in others.

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Published by SHASTROLOGY

I am SH, a Chinese Metaphysics enthusiast, practitioner, consultant, life transformation coach and also the Founder of SH Astrology Consulting. Chinese Metaphysics such as Bazi and QiMen as always fascinated me. I am always amazed by how Bazi and QiMen could forecast the outcomes and relate encounters that a person can experience with great accuracy when it is being applied correctly. When it come to Feng Shui, the studying of the flow of Qi (Chi) energy can influences the environment around us.These energies can directly or indirectly affect how we operate and affect what we want to achieve. With proper practice, we can create opportunities that help us achieve our goals. SH Astrology was created to share my knowledge in BaZi and also some other Chinese Metaphysics systems like QiMen, Feng Shui, Yi Jing. I would also like to debunk some myths, and irrelevant concepts or beliefs in Chinese Metaphysic which cause confusion and fear in people’s life.

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