Chinese Elements Onesies
Chinese define balance with the 5 elements: Fire, Water, Metal, Wood and Earth. For those whose last number in the birth year are: 0 or 1, you are a Metal element. E.g 1970, 1971, 1980, 1981, 1990, 1991, 2000, 2001 Metal Element: Metal is the diamond found in the rough, it is the breath of life. Metal respects itself and also respects others. It is strong and hard, but will adapt and change when put under pressure. Metal is often seen to be unyielding, rigid and determined. People with this element tend to be minimalists, enjoying the simplicity of an organized and clean life. Strengths: Courageous, Ambitious and competitive, Independent, Determined, disciplined and focused. High Morals and high standards.
Tags: metal, chinese-character, cool, astrology, rock
This colorful composite image represents the Five Elements of Feng Shui wisdom, shown in totemic fashion from the bottom up > Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, and Water. The entire composition is my digital creation.
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Chinese define balance with the 5 elements: Fire, Water, Metal, Wood and Earth. For those whose last number in the birth year are: 8 or 9, you are an Earth element. E.g 1978, 1979, 1988, 1989, 1998, 1999, 2008, 2009 Earth Element: Earth is stabilizing and mediating. It is a natural born peace-keeper. Earth is patient, thoughtful, and calm. While the Earth is warm and nurturing, it can also become easily self-centered as it believes it is the center of everything. Earth is protective and the represent the roots that hold everything together, however it can also become controlling. Strengths: Stable and rooted. Serious, practical, and logical. Compassionate, caring, and empathetic, Responsible, Loyal and honest. Nurturing, Organized and good at planning, Strong and Enduring.
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The four elements: Earth, Water, Air and Fire in Chinese In clockwise and in their colour. These old elements were the key ones during the prime days of alchemy and the main plot setting from the cartoon: avatar; the legend of aang and korra. If you’re a fan of these cartoons and/or you have a love of the spiritual concept then this is the right design for you.
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This turtle proudly bears upon his shell the Ba-Gua colors, swirling in a neon-bright interpretation, according to Black Hat school of Feng Shui. Display this colorful graphic design to honor the tortoise-shell from which Feng Shui and all of the Chinese arts developed. This tribal-style design is set off by a bold, solid-color background.
Tags: horoscope, indigo-child, indigo, tortoises, metaphysical
This will really tie your wardrobe together. Items featured are: - Ferret thrown by the nihilists into The Dude's bathtub - A White Russian - Crowbar used by Walter to vandalise the car - Walter's gun - A bowling ball - The Stranger's sasparilla bottle - The stars featured on the wall of the bowling alley - The Dude's 'cigarette' - The severed toe - A handicapped parking symbol - The briefcase - The Dude's bath robe - A tumbleweed - The Dude's rug - Cynthia's dog - The cheque for $0.69 The Dude uses to buy a carton of milk - Los Angeles - A carton of milk - Lebowski's wheelchair - The Dude's sunglasses - The rubbing The Dude makes of Jackie Treehorn's doodle - Jesus' bowling glove - The key to the city of Pasadena - The burning car - A bowling pin
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Forget the classical notions of the natural elements being Fire, Water, Air and Earth. Every Sci-Fi/Fantasy geek knows that in the alternative realities of popular geek culture, these elements are meaningless when compared with the elements of The Force, The Ring of Power, Time Travel and Wizardry.