Gui (癸) is the tenth and last of the 10 heavenly stems.
As such, it can be a word used to refer to last.
It can also mean estimation and measurements.
The elemental nature is yin water (陰水).
Picturing gui water, one should think about clouds, rain drops, mist, and small collections of still water.
Gui water is related to the black turtle which is a member of the 4 celestial creatures.
It references the middle period of winter of December and January. It can also refer to the night.
When the gui phase of life is mentioned, it refers to the phase of old age in a person’s life.
For directions, it sits on the north section of the compass at 7.5° – 22.5° according to the 24 mountains.
Chinese physicians can see gui as a reference to the body parts of brain blood, kidneys, foot and reproductive system.
Regarding Chinese numerology, it is mostly related to number 6.
Gui water self-element
A Gui Water person is often gifted with talent, attractive, creative, but don’t have the best communication skills.
This is why they are often seen as introverts… a direct opposite of ren water personalities.
They cannot sit still and always needs to have something to occupy their time and mind. Otherwise, they can easily feel that they are wasting time.
An innate urge to do things makes it tiring to satisfy them.
Saying that, their actions are often driven by what they see as the bigger picture.
If the ability to focus can be learned, they can make a great contribution to everyone around them.
The relation of the elements to Gui Water is as follows:
- Wood – Intelligence
- Fire – Wealth
- Earth – Status
- Metal – Resources
- Water – People
We can go into more details by identifying the 10 gods.
More about the 10 gods is discussed here.
Gui water in relation to other self-element heavenly stems
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