Lost on Double 2-1-3 Patterns
Jackie noted he could understand the traits of 2-1-3 better after I have posted the article “The Stumbling Block of 2-1-3”. However, he felt “lost” seeing two sets of 2-1-3 on a relative’s birth chart he was checking. Jackie wondered if there are more tendency signs or traits he can identify from analysing Suzie’s chart.
I asked Jackie the following questions:
(a) Is her cholesterol level high?
(b) Is she tall?
(c) If she’s married and her husband is still around, was there any loss in financial situation because of her husband?
Why did I ask such questions?
Often it’s to reinforce certain tell-tale observations. Sometimes I’d asked unrelated questions to gauge the reaction or responses.
Jackie wanted to know why she’s not rich and commented “She is not married and her cholesterol level is high and taking medications. She is not tall, 5ft 2 “. She has no assets and living on others. That’s what surprises me!”
I told Jackie, “Whether the person can be rich or not depends on whether they could grab the opportunities when it’s available. Take the case of Suzie – she could be too ‘demanding’ in her younger days, lonely and the non-action type. I’d say she was too much a responsible but perfectionist person when young, and as a result, she could have missed many good opportunities.”
So, what do the two sets of 2-1-3 imply? In a general observation, it could mean double stumbling blocks. In Suzie’s case, the stumbling block could be from internal and external factors. She could be the person who preferred quick and instant results, without the need for careful planning. On the other hand, others could be creating obstacles to block her from achieving her goals in her younger days.
“Very often we are our own worst enemy as we foolishly build stumbling blocks on the path that leads to success and happiness.” – Unknown.
Notice the two sets of 7-2-9 on her birth charts? The tendency signs of sensual appeal could be strong. Check my book “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling” for more information on the 7-2-9 patterns. Could her life goals when young be a reason to why she’s not married? Perhaps she was too demanding in her younger days and preferred to do things in her own ways. As the saying goes, “Action speaks louder than words”. In Suzie’s case, her words could be louder than her actions. The fear to plan well and take risk could be her stumbling block. That could probably be the reason she couldn’t save much as most of her money are “invested” on “material or outward pursuits” in her younger days.
Maybe she could have many plans but they backfired because of the lack of commitment from her friends and supporters. Changing her stubborn nature and accepting other’s views may be a good mindset change for her, towards the positive side. Check my book again for more information on the number 1.
I asked about her cholesterol level as there are tendency signs that appeared in the past few years. I also told Jackie to tell Suzie to take care of her health, especially when she’s already at her senior age. She should reduce her sugar intake and take regular deep breathing exercises to improve her lungs and immune system.
“One of the secrets of life is to make stepping stones out of stumbling blocks.”- Unknown
You have to be realistic and practical when applying the remediable actions described in my book. You need to consider the person’s age (and health) when suggesting actions to manifest the positive energies. If the person is willing to change and strive for total wellness, then age is no barrier to remove the mental stumbling block in their mind.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun