Ding Mao 丁卯 and Ding You 丁酉

There is different time and different need where Ding Mao and Ding You are concerned. In the ancient day Ding Mao was preferred [actually they had no choice]. Now we all like to use Ding You.

Still Ding Mao is very popular in a romantic setting.

Josephine

About Josephine

My friends call me Jo. I am a blogger, a Chinese Metaphysics' consultant, a lifelong learner and now founder of BaZiChic.com. What I like besides being passionate about BaZiChic? I luv travelling. Some point in my life, I’m going to drop everything and just go to places so I can keep the sweet memories of “Been there, done that”. A simple girl like me will usually go to see a movie or two on my free time. Besides this I like to collect books and occasionally I’m a foodie who love dark chocolate.
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3 Responses to Ding Mao 丁卯 and Ding You 丁酉

  1. Martha says:

    AKAIK you’ve got the aswner in one!

  2. George says:

    Any artificial lighting can also be represented by Ding/Si as under Si there is Bing

  3. Chris says:

    I have a ding Mao day pillar a Bing yin month and a ji Wei year just turned 35. How do you see the eating god and red chamber effecting me in my years to come? Thank you Josephine I enjoy your blog very much.

    ,Chris

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