Sharing same Personal Year charts


Someone posted a search for “couples sharing same patterns in PY” on this site recently. I thought that was an interesting question and decided to share my observations with you in today’s article.

First, the step to plot the Personal Year (PY) chart is based on the [Birth Day], [Birth Month], and [Focused Year]. You can also refer to Page 176 of my book “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling” for more details on how to plot the Personal Year chart.

This means Donald Trump (birth date: 14 June 1946) will have the numbers 5-6-2-7 in his PY2016 chart. Similarly Duffy (Birthdate: 23 June 1984) will also have identical 5-6-2-7 pattern in her PY2016 chart too. As we use the birth day and month for the first two digits, and the focused or current year for the last two digits, this means anyone born on 5, 14, and 23 of June will have the same 5-6-2-7 patterns appearing in locations IJKL of their PY2016 chart. Celebrities like Boy George (birth date: 14 June 1961) and Mark Wahlberg (birth date: 5 June 1971) have the same PY2016 chart as Donald Trump and Duffy.

CaseStudy_DonaldTrumpDoes that mean everyone who has the 5-6-2-7 pattern in their PY2016 chart will face similar outcome or display same behaviours and attitudes?

If that is the case, then Duffy, Boy George, and Mark Wahlberg would also be vocal, aggressive, and making insensitive comments these past few weeks, just like Donald Trump did in his speeches for the Republican nomination for President of the United States in the 2016 election. Often, a person with same PY patterns might be influenced by similar vibes. However, because their birth years are different, the levels of influencing vibes affecting them are usually distinctive. That is why we have heard or read so much about Donald Trump in mainstream media for the past few weeks or months, and little about Duffy, Boy George, or Mark Wahlberg.

Besides knowing that the birth year is a contributing factor with varying effect level, we must also consider other essential contributing factors, like family upbringing, environment (location and country), social and core values, self-beliefs, and experiences.

Let’s use an analogy here – imagine watching a ‘live’ cooking variety show where the above four mentioned celebrities have to cook their best salad dish. To ensure fairness, they’re given the same ingredients to improvise their own recipe. Now, let’s imagine the ingredients (vegetables, carrots, raisins, and salad dressings) are like the numbers appearing in their PY chart. And their improvised recipes are coming from innate attributes (like family values, upbringing, beliefs, and habits) and experience (amount of ingredients used, personal eating preference, and cooking heat temperature) – associate that to the elements and numbers from their individual birth dates. More often than not, the four dishes would look, smell, taste, and feel different even though all four of them are using similar ingredients.

CaseStudy_BoyGeorgeWhat this implied is that even when a couple might have similar PY charts, they might experience different outcomes that year. Their instincts, gut feelings, responses, perceptions, and sensitivities could vary. Even their life purpose and contentment could be unlike too. Likewise, twins born on the same day may have distinctive attitudes and exposures – their character, feelings, mood, behaviours, and habits might be alike on some days and yet different from other days.

On a particular day, the couple might display different responses when exposed to a sudden unexpected incident. For example, they could be walking in the street at night and almost about to pass a Jewellery shop that was closed for the night when the window display glass suddenly shattered. One of them might look at the shattered glass and then turned to look at beautiful jewels on display. The other person might walk a few steps away to a safe distance and called the police. Same PY charts, but different responses…

Besides checking on the PY chart, it is equally important to know and understand other essential attributes present in their own charts. For example, we do need to identify the additional signs present in their Relationship / Compatibility chart, and if their birth time is known, we can also include their Time of Birth chart and the Combined Birth Date and Time chart. These supplementary charts are only available in the Elements of Numbers (EON) method, and not present in elsewhere basic methods taught by other trainers.

Donald Trump is a billionaire, and has same birth day and month as Boy George. Nevertheless, the latter does not have same billionaire status. Sure, both are successful persons and have pursued unusual career paths, and we know their characters and life purposes are unlike.

“Aha! That’s it. No wonder I’m confused. What Ron wrote sounds logical and practical,” so you thought.

Now that you noted the confusing thoughts slowly faded away, what else can you include to strengthen your analysis on the yearly chart? Sure, there’re a lot more techniques you can include especially when you attend the FEN Advanced module. And since you’ve taken the time to read this article, I will share some insights here as I could sense some anxiety among many of you. Look at the individual birth chart and at the elements and numbers present, and then check its interaction on the yearly chart. Using the Five Elements principle, determine the level of the influence on the person’s thoughts that might affect the strength of their actions. And if that is still not enough for you, then check their charts using the FEON+ software. Look at the “Pinnacles & Challenges” and “Life Path Periods” sections for extra clues on the periodic energies that might affect the individual person especially if you’re analysing using two people with same PY charts.

Still confused and don’t know how to include the tips I’ve just shared?

Don’t worry if you think you’re slow in absorbing my tips here. That’s normal at first, but if you persistently practise your profiling skills by analysing more case studies and document your findings, you’d be able to understand the useful information I’ve mentioned in this article. Of course, you can always take some effort to learn the visualisation technique from me in class, and I’ll explain and show examples using the FEON+ software. And while you’re in class actively participating in the case study sessions, I will show you how to look beyond the PY chart from different perspectives. You will learn how to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the influencing energies that might affect a person in the year.

In the meantime, please practise and analyse more case studies. You’re always welcome to email me your case study questions and observations. I will include my answers and own analysis, and post them in future case study articles.

Regards, Ron WZ Sun



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