The Children and Creativity Gua is the home of Metal and is associated with water, Lakes specifically.
Metal is is the thinking, the intellectual element. Metaphorically speaking you have a mind like a steel trap. You are focused, quick witted and razor sharp. Determination along with strength and endurance would potentially be ways to describe you.
Metal is excavated from the earth, and the large gap between your earth score and metal depicts that. This element can be shaped to our liking, as in using metal for jewellery or building skyscrapers. It is both strong and can be malleable.
When we have too much metal in us it can also be portrayed at times as uncompromising or an inability to change course even when it makes sense to do so. The razor sharp mind may also be interpreted as having a sharp tongue.
Yang Water is the connection to Spirit and Spirituality. Your metal thinking may be a high source of creativity, which brings Joy to yourself and others. Water is tapping into your spirit or going with your flow. Metal is a nourishing cycle to water, in that metal holds water.
These elements are Yang elements and are what we show to the world.
To control Metal the addition of Fire is necessary. Fire controls metal since it melts the element. Fire is our communication to our community. Fire is our passion and emotion, it is leadership, it is connecting.
Absorbing and accumulating information comes easily and it shows you are one to go with the flow. I would invite you to consider sharing your wisdom and creativity in teaching another or a group of others. Stoke the fire within by communicating what you know.
You have a strong sense of connection and synchronicity and may benefit from tending the wood element to nurture your own ideas by sharing what brings you Joy.
Wood, Fire and Earth are yin elements. Yin is the inner details of ourselves.
Allowing the water vibe in your life to nourish the ideas you have to branch out. Fire needs wood to burn. Perhaps there are things you are “thinking” about and not doing.
What would it feel like to grow those ideas (wood), and tell others about what you are thinking (fire), and connecting to your ground (earth) to take action on your ideas?
I would invite you to think about how it wood feel to put yourself out there rather than think about it?