Your Reversed Compass MahJong Reading
Each of the sets of tiles below have an influence on the issue represented by The Nucleus. To interpret this reading properly you must relate all the tile sets to The Nucleus.
Scroll down to learn the influence of each Mahjong Tile.
The Western Tiles
The Northern Tiles
The Southern Tiles
The Eastern Tiles
The Nucleus represents the central issue the reading concerns. When interpreting your reading remember that the four sets of tiles surrounding The Nucleus relate to this issue in some way.
The Bamboo tile indicates an adaptable, useful spirit. The Bamboo tile is also associated with scholarly pursuits.
The Western Tiles explore obstacles and solutions to strife caused by The Nucleus.
Generally the East Wind tile represents the querent. The tiles nearest the East tile in a reading have added importance.
Symbol: Seven Stars
The Seven Stars tile signifies creative growth and power. Creativity should be applied to the area this tile appears. This is a place to let your imagination run free. The Seven Stars tile also indicates hope for the future.
The Land tile suggests either a stable setting in which you are already thriving, or one that will exist in the near future. With stability your success and vision will grow.
The Southern Tiles represent current and near-future influences that are affecting The Nucleus.
The Phoenix tile indicates great happiness and joy. The Phoenix is said to be reborn out its ashes. Accordingly the Phoenix tile also denotes sure recovery from any setbacks encountered.
Symbol: The Woodcutter
The Woodcutter employs three of the 5 elements central to Chinese philosophy: Fire, Wood and Metal. He is ambitious and full of drive and energy. He represents gain and success through dedicated work.
The Unicorn tile indicates a clear vision of the future and the ability to see people for who the really are. In rare cases the Unicorn tile may suggest a person with psychic powers.
The Eastern Tiles are a composite of the factors in your personality that are influencing The Nucleus.
Symbol: Pine Tree
The Pine Tree tile represents strength and resolve. It often refers to a powerful, determined man. While powerful, this person is not violent, but very skilled in attaining his goals through diplomacy.
The House tile represents a building in which you spend much time. If your reading is positive it may well be that this building has the important function providing you with a stable environment in which you are comfortable. If the reading is negative it may represent a structure in which you are stressed and uncomfortable.
The Orchid tile suggests there may be rare and refined experiences coming into your life. Enjoy them!
The Northern Tiles indicate the outcome of the issue The Nucleus represents.
Symbol: The Fisherman
The tile of The Fisherman suggests success can be attained through the application of common sense and careful management of your time and relationships. The Fisherman is thorough and patient. He knows that while his efforts will be rewarded as long as he does not give up.
The Mushroom tile represents eternal life and oddity. It gets these attributes from the fact that mushrooms in nature always seem to regenerate and often popup where they are unexpected. The notion of oddity is derived from the mushroom seemingly having the nature of a plant, but lacking leaves. The Mushroom tile foretells the coming of unexpected events that will have a lasting impact on you.
Symbol: The Scholar
The Scholar represents gain through intellectual pursuits. The Scholar's mind is sharp and find solutions to the most difficult problems.