Obsessions, Perfections, and Health
“I am glad that I have bought this book as I thought that it is easier to understand compared to some other titles that I have bought in the past.”
That’s what Jacy wrote in her email to me recently. She also included a birthdate of her friend James, and asked, “There’re a total of eight 9’s. Does it mean that he will be very successful? There isn’t any 6 in his chart which means ‘money’ in the book…”
If you are new to the Elements of Numbers (EON) method, I’d encourage you to practise the methods described in my book. Do your own analysis and compile your observation notes. Then check the articles I’ve posted to build up your knowledge. I believe your EON analytical skills can improve through regular practise, just like what many other readers and users are doing.
As I’ve covered the basic theory of analysing a person’s birth chart in my book “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling”, I’ll not repeat them here. You may want to check out Chapters 1 and 2 of my book for the steps to basic personality profiling.
Oh, I must emphasise once again the traits that I’m about to describe further in this article does not necessary imply James will have such traits. It all depends on a person’s family and social values, experiences, mindsets, and habits that control the result of their behaviours and actions.
1) Notice the 2-7-9 and 7-2-9 number patterns in the Birth chart? There are strong influences of charismatic appeal, charming, and sensual traits in the person. From another perspective, it highlighted the subconscious and unconscious thoughts of a success-driven person.
Do check the various case studies described in my book for more “clues” to the basic tendency traits of 2-7-9 and 7-2-9. To further improve your EON skills, click here to check the related articles I’ve posted previously on this number pattern.
2) The 1-8-9 number pattern is also obvious in the birth chart. That’s the sign of a perfectionist, responsible, and stressful person. As I’ve also posted articles on 1-8-9 here previously, click here to check them out.
3) The next obvious number present in the chart is 9. Although the number 9 denotes success and assets, too many 9s could strongly manifest the negative traits instead unless the person can control his thoughts and actions. When success turns to greed, the dark forces rule the thoughts. Imagine a tree competing with many other trees for the sunlight in a densely populated forest – the tendency signs of stubbornness, aggressiveness, and greed are “growing” stronger, and that could affect the health.
If James has already shown some similar traits as described, then he needs to be extra careful as there are tendency signs of uncontrollable emotions and temperamental desperation, and mental stress. If he could not control the stress, it may lead to immune, respiratory, mental, cardiovascular, and kidney-related health conditions in his later years. At the extreme cases, it could lead to bipolar disorder, stroke, and mental illness.
The compound vibes manifested from the numbers and patterns (2-7-9, 1-8-9, and 9) are pointing to the number 9. The negative vibes of 9 may take a hard knock on him strongly, if he does not take care of his health now. James could take proactive and preventive steps even if he has not shown any of these health conditions. Taking up anger management and stress-control courses would be handy, besides the usual activities like meditation and other relaxation exercises. Although he is still young, staying fit and healthy physically and mentally would help him achieve the success he want, while he constantly keep his health in check and control.
“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly.” – Siddartha Guatama Buddha
James may experience communication or relationship problems this year with his friends, colleagues and others. Controlling the emotional stress would be favourable to him. He could also be experiencing stumbling blocks in his pursuits. He must be willing to change his habits and perspectives if he aspires to be a successful, happier and healthier person for many more years to come.
“Aim for success, not perfection. Never give up your right to be wrong, because then you will lose the ability to learn new things and move forward with your life. Remember that fear always lurks behind perfectionism. Confronting your fears and allowing yourself the right to be human can, paradoxically, make yourself a happier and more productive person.” -Dr. David M. Burns
If you’ve similar chart, it doesn’t imply you will have the traits mentioned. And if you don’t, that’s good for you. Being a success-driven and perfectionist person may work well now, but obsessions may be harmful to your health. Learn to accept imperfections or lowering the perfection scale may be critical for you. Remember, it’s always better to play safe than regret later.
Taking up health or medical insurance now is important before any health symptoms appear. Learn to value your health and live the life you want in a happier and healthier way.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun