The Metal Tiger is Mary Steenburgen's day master which makes her ambitious and tending to be hectical because Mary Steenburgen has a strong drive and wants to be successful.
Mary Steenburgen can be very focused when following her goals. Mary Steenburgen can be aggressive, emotional, intuitive and acts confidentially. Mary Steenburgen listens to her own inner voice, no matter whether it may be right or wrong.
To show inner feelings is not Mary Steenburgen's thing but she is able to motivate others and leads them to success. Mary Steenburgen is warm-hearted and charismatic, loves the adventure and the competition.
When among people Mary Steenburgen stands out either by her physical appearance or by her clothes. Mary Steenburgen possess a natural authority and expects others to subordinate which also is valid for the partner.
The Metal Tiger men and even women could be unfaithful. Mary Steenburgen is apt for sadness; equity, truth, ruefulness and yearning dominates Mary Steenburgen's life. Mary Steenburgen loves company, is energetic, future oriented, sensitive, mentally interested, solid, stable, reliable, honourable and very resilient to stress.
A blow of fate hits Mary Steenburgen very hard. Mary Steenburgen often changes her opinions which becomes a problem. In general Mary Steenburgen possess good teeth but could suffer from bones, joints or tendon problems.
Since the Yang Metal day master is very weak, Mary Steenburgen could spent too much money or eats and drinks too much. She could want to posess too many luxurious things and therefore spend too much money or "sells" herself to men who in return finance her luxuriance.
The Yang Metal day master is mounted on the Tiger and forms with it the personality pattern Pian Cai and the Nayin wood of the pine tree. The Qi phase is Gue (totally vanished).
Note: The element combination of the day master is considered to represent the me and provides the person with a set of basic traits that are influenced by the other element combinations of the year, month and hour.
The dragon born under this sign is very much organized, a born mediator, extraordinarily gifted for communication, democratic, of sharp mind, and he knows his borders exactly. The sharpness of mind and the moral consciousness are this unselfish and generous dragon/’s main-qualities. He is a patient comrade, who also can deal with failure. Furthermore, he is very affable, open to innovations and prefers to listen rather than to talk. This optimistic dragon, who you can depend on and can deal with several tasks at once is tender and loves his family.
The month of the Tiger awards the people standing under its influence with a stronger connection to feelings and intellect. Everything gets an emotive tinge. The personality is equipped with more warmth. Also the intellectual quest doesn't seem "withdrawn" or without reference to the feelings and emotions of others. It is the task of these people to cultivate the warmth without being completely lost in subjectivity.
Aquarius-Dragons think sharp. You cannot easily take them in. They stand protective in front of the small and pick arguments with the people in the say; that is their way to make a career.
The elements and respective signs by the teachings of Bazi Suan Ming give a more complete analysis of a person than the normally known only chinese year sign. In Bazi Suan Ming ("Four Pillars of Destiny = eight signs") the day sign is the one that represents the me, and thus the key personality of a person. Of course the interaction between the elements and signs play also a significant role. Going into the depth of how to calculate those elements and how they interact with each other would go a step too far on this page. Only a person can be defined by his or her 8 elements which are represented by four heavenly stems and four earth branches. The earth branches consist of one of the animal signs which in themselves also represent an element.
The Year Pillar shows the relationship with family and society at large.
The Month Pillar represents your childhood and how you relate with your parents.
The Day Pillar provides information on your relationship with your spouse or partner - whereas the Day Stem (the upper sign) is considered your "Self Element" as it represents you within the chart.
The Hour Pillar refers to career and/or the relationship with children.
Each element (each phase) in the chart represents a specific person and your path in life. An optimal balanced element chart features each of the elements in the same strength, which of course, is seldomly the case. The interaction of the heavenly stems among each other as well as with the earth branches can create more elements.
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As you can see I do not have the birth hour for Mary Steenburgen making the analysis incomplete and unclear.
To call a woman in the west a dragon is not exactly flattering. The so called lady is in general a wild, authoritarian fury. In the Far East this cliché is not valid and Mary Steenburgen enjoys an excellent reputation. From Shanghai to Beijing the beauty, the walk, the elegance and the charm of Mary Steenburgen is valued.
What is even better: It is said that the ones born under this sign are saved from the strokes of fate a life can offer and also stays longer beautiful and younger than the other signs. You doubt that? Look out for older women of this sign and compare them with the others. Or think of the persons on which age does not seem to leave any tracks.
As a lively, dynamic and critical person Mary Steenburgen is very independent, self-assured, autonomous and often provokes the complacent men who do not stand up for the women's equal rights. Mary Steenburgen is a feminist but not a woman's libber and feels herself completely equal to men. She does not know any desire for revenge and a certain realism withholds her from exaggeration.
This extraordinary mixture - a feminine woman in the body of a goddess - is able to terrify all the poor men. Mary Steenburgen is not an authoritarian monster. She has a sense for fair-play, a lot of generosity and is always there for the problems of others.
Mary Steenburgen is hyper active and can do in 24 hours where others need two days. The super organised dragon woman is able to master her professional and private life at the same time, a challenge only few women master with such virtuosity. The one who finds the key to her heart she offers herself as a paper dragon. She has a great need for acknowledgement and love. Her drive is like an engine which cannot run without acknowledgement or encouragement, without love or friendship.
With this fuel Mary Steenburgen makes the impossible possible. In all things of the heart it is all or nothing. Mary Steenburgen expects exclusivity and is herself possessive. Her faithfulness is secure but a little double barreled. She indeed has a slight tendency to flirt to confirm her art of seduction and to amuse herself but not more.
With her beauty, her art of seduction and her everlasting youth Mary Steenburgen is long desired. Can she withstand the love she creates in others? The Chinese tradition does not say quite well. Some say that the conjugal faithfulness of Mary Steenburgen is not for sure and advise the partner to have a lot of leniency.
This opinion is overrated. It is true that some dragons (most of all the fire dragon) are a bit skittish but mainly, as already mentioned, to prove their ability and not because of unfaithfulness. These dragons always return back to their families and to their husbands, who, if he shows understanding, can expect her tolerance. In general the fallen in love dragon woman is very faithful if she entered a lasting relationship. Sometimes she is possessive and even jealous, a characteristic that surprises with a woman keen on her own independence. If you want to avoid complications you have to take into account this ambiguity.
As well as that her fits of rage - which are more pronounced with the Metal Dragon - can be powerful. Fortunately they do not last for long and Mary Steenburgen is not resentful which makes making up a lot easier.
Do never underestimate this independent person, this pearl who takes care of the household. She is a perfect cook (less the woman with the element Earth) and a woman you will be envied of. She is the last of a long ago forgotten Matriarchate, a persistent, stubborn and proud person that will tame you.
If you have managed to get her to your home do not forget that you are finally judged here. The Dragon woman will check your surroundings quite observantly. Books, CDs, knick-knacks, souvenirs, art and old furniture are examined to the detail until she is convinced - and she never fails since those things mirror your personality. She also will check whether you are really one of those a bit illusionistic intellectuals and workers who is successful and can also create something. The rest will also be observed meaning the kitchen of a bachelor living of cans and eggs - if he even cooks himself - the bedroom and the bathroom in which she, the organised woman will discover that the household is really not your strength which will make you more interesting to her than you might believe.
Thus you should have at your home books about art, classical literature, history books and poetry, CDs with Opera music, Jazz and a collection of the most beautiful voices of the century, an African fetish, a cat, a left sock at the bathroom floor and at the kitchen a burnt pan. For all of this you will receive great honour.
With her lively intelligence and her never-ending intellectual curiosity the Dragon woman is interested in many things. Thus there are enough topics for a talk. Try to get her to talk and let her talk. Her culture as well as the sincerity of her feelings will enchant and amaze you. You can also talk about fashion with her and you will discover that your Dragon is much interested into it. All women of this sign are neat since they want to make an impression and want to be seductive. There is also the culinary art. With some Dragon woman their art of talk is not short of what she can do and that is not less, believe me.
Avoid clothes and knick-knacks. In this area the Dragon woman has an exact idea which must not agree with yours. If you really insist take her to a couturier. Without being shy and fear to do something wrong you can give her a picture, a Persian miniature or a surrealistic picture; she will be amazed. With books you have a great number of choices. But if you want to enchant her give her a nice issue of Alice at Wonderland, Tales from Thousand and one Nights or the great cross-stitch book by Regine Deforges and Genevieve Dorman. The latter will not only surprise her but she will be overwhelmed most of all because the cover is decorated with an embroidery reading My Heart is Yours.
Dragon and Dragon
There can only be one could be the motto of this relationship. Dragon and dragon have both the urge to control the other; a hopeless undertaking. When one already thinks to have gained victory the other already plans the counteraction. There seems to be no true peace between the two of them but only a constant rivalry. But in love both are made for each other in a fiery and passionate way. Sadly that alone is not enough to commit permanently.
Dragon and Snake
Wherever a dragon and a snake appear this unusual couple creates a murmur in the crowd. They are mysterious and seductive and appear fascinating and irritating at the same time. That what binds those two cannot be seen from the outside. What they show the environment is almost a show. What happens behind closed doors, what passion they have, stays their secret. One thing is clear though; they belong to each other with body and soul.
Dragon and Horse
It is the same energy that drives the horse and the dragon; the insatiable hunger for passion in life. These two extraordinary natures form a fascinating and powerful pair that is able to tackle all obstacles in their way once they have found each other. If! The natural respect of the power of the respective other often leads to observing the other from the distance rather than to meet eye to eye. As soon as one makes the first step there is no stop to it.
Dragon and Goat
Until the dragon and the goat get along some time full of misunderstandings and doubts could pass by. In fact both seem to talk in different languages so that difficulties in understanding each other is a given on a daily basis. And all had started so wonderfully. The goat shows the dragon the necessary respect and the dragon is attracted by the accommodating nature of the goat. But until both have managed to adapt to the true needs of the other a lot of porcelain has been broken.
Dragon and Monkey
When a dragon and a monkey meet, both instantly like each other. Thoughts and ideas are flowing between the two and the topics to talk about are never-ending. The dragon enjoys the intellectual flexibility of the monkey and the monkey enjoys the unmistaken clearness of the dragon. Where the monkey gets often lost in details the dragon quickly brings the matter to the point. And where the dragon sometimes is one-sided in his thinking the monkey will take care of movement in an intelligent way. This is a relationship full of dynamics!
Dragon and Rooster
Rooster and dragon are very independent personalities and as such they are able to deal with each other quite well. Both do not want to argue the other's rights because of the own free space. Thus it might seem for the outstanding person as if both form rather a relationship on purpose which mainly consists of not giving the other stress. In truth the rooster and the dragon are connected by something more of depth that they do not like to present to the public but what can be found in expressing a quite understanding, an affectionate gaze or a soft touch.
Dragon and Dog
If a dog meets a dragon he might have the feeling to meet the exact opposite of himself. The dragon seems to him to be domineering and moody while he strives for higher ideals where there is no place for such aristocratic behaviour. The dragon on the other hand does not understand how the dog could sacrifice his life for an idea and does without the joy of living. How should this uneven couple form a relationship? Only if both can come up with a maximum amount of tolerance for each other, the relationship might work.
Dragon and Pig
A pig and a dragon seem to be an unlike couple at the first gaze in which the roles are clearly given. The dragon directs and the pig dances. A misconception! The pig understands it perfectly to get the dragon exactly where he wants him to be without the dragon seeing through the manoeuvre. Even if the dragon understands that the pig has once more tricked him he cannot be mad at the pig. The dragon bows before so much cleverness.
Dragon and Rat
Rat and dragon are pure energy! In this relationship one surprise follows the other and both enjoy that they still are perceived as freshly fallen in love even in later years. Many envy both for their unbroken passion for each other but behind the scenes something like exhaustion can spread. In order to have this energy not to evaporate it is advisable that rat and dragon combine this energy onto a goal. Together they are an unbeatable team.
Dragon and Ox
The ox and the dragon do not lose love for each other by nature. Understandable, if you know that both like to be in the lead and have very different opinions about how to organise life. The ox needs security, the dragon likes to risk something in order to keep his power. The danger is great that both try to outwit the other with their own means. Only if both are ready to complement the other with their respective abilities and stop fighting they can become successful; but then really successful.
Dragon and Tiger
The king of the jungle and the king of the sky and the earth; these two powerful characters don't give up their claim for power easily. Often both encounter each other out of competition and try at first to put each other in his place. But soon they realise that they meet at eye level. Now a passionate fight with many highs and lows starts. A firm relationship it does not seem to be but what the two have with each other is a firework of emotions which can last very long.
Dragon and Rabbit
The rabbit and the dragon is not an unproblematic mixture, the masterful dragon and the worrying rabbit. Often the somewhat submissive nature of the rabbit which has nothing to throw against the dragon's dominance unnerves the dragon because he cannot compete with the rabbit. And the rabbit feels being abandoned by the dragon when the dragon takes more care about his image than the sorrows of the rabbit. In critical times both live against each other. The chance of this relationship lies in learning from each other. Especially the rabbit will gain more self-consciousness.