On John: Emotional Hot Triggers – Part 2/2
There is a vast difference between face-to-face profiling and a theoretical profiling. There are no right or wrong answers, as it depends on which perspective or area, you are looking at. The former allows us to tweak and re-aligned with our position based on the person’s feedback, whether verbally or through body language observations. That is why many students loved my real-time profiling on them and others. I could easily tweak and change to a different position when certain observations were deemed to be “not so true” to allow me to zoom in further. The latter, is a little more harder. For example, I have to mentally prepare a 360-degree view and chose the perspective to focus on. If I chose to focus on the wrong view, I’m “barking at the mistaken tree” and my analysis could strayed from the facts.
While the underlying nature of a person seldom changes, his outward actions could; and over time, it became a habit. Hence, in some events, analysing a chart without face-to-face observations in-between, is at the best effort, based on theoretical assumptions. The accuracy of analysis is subjective, especially when John has sought professional profiling help before, and changed his behaviours thereafter. In any case, a theoretical profiling is seldom accurate (like >63%) because of the absence of active feedback to substantiate your observations during the profiling process; or John has changed to a better person.
Hence, what you have read in the earlier Part-1 article, was based on the tendency signs present in the John’s chart, and might be similar or different from the actual contributing factors that could have resulted in his current unfortunate state of affairs. It’d be great for Clarence to check with John, if what I’ve described in Part-1 article, is in line with his past events and activities. This way, then appropriate advice can then be applied rather than suggesting a general list of to-do items that would discourage John from acting on it.
While Clarence mentioned John’s partner was losing money and possibly facing financial strains, there is the gut feeling (in me) that suggested John’s partner was financially stable and could manage the monetary loss in his partnership with John. In some ways, John’s partner is taking advantage or manipulating him because of his gullible nature and desperate urge for “get-rich” outcomes.
Clarence posted the below questions as his aim is to check if we could differentiate between a good and bad natal chart (if any), and perhaps, share them in this article.
- From the chart itself, can we tell if this is a good or a bad natal chart?
- Just like Bazi/ZWDS methods, can we also use the same principle to the EON charts to determine a good/bad quality natal chart with good/bad luck phase?
- With this less than an ideal quality chart, quite apparent that he is not suited to be self-employed, let alone forming partnerships?
- What is the future prospect for him since all the “inauspicious special numbers” are taking almost maximum effect now?
Frankly, a chart can be interpreted as good and/or bad. No one in this world is born perfect. Even if a person is born flawless (like with abundance of wealth, health, and excellent career), he might not have a presumably, good chart. The family upbringing, the environment and country person is staying, and the academic and social influences do play a major formative part. These could transform the person in varying ways, regardless of whether they have a good or a bad natal chart. Furthermore, a good natal or birth chart, could be influenced by the impending or current-year energies (PY Chart), and it could make a negative annual chart. When you’re able to profile a person utilising the multi-layer chart analysis, what’s been transformed could eventually be a terrible chart for that year. Likewise, a person with bad birth chart could suddenly become positive and received good blessings in a particular year when the beneficial vibes is present.
The adoption of identifying a chart and then concluding it as a good or bad chart, could have an adverse effect on the person. I have seen friends with presumable good Bazi natal chart, living in a distorted reality and not managing anything to change or adapt themselves because they positively believed they have a good chart, and could overcome the problems easily and quickly. Generally, they experienced an undesirable life full of obstacles. A person who was told he had a bad chart, could become pessimistic and fearful because he accepted no matter what actions he took, he still has a bad chart and might as well do nothing because of his fate or destiny. Eventually, he missed out many golden opportunities that came along because of the baseless fears.
Many Bazi professionals and enthusiasts tend to focus on the strong or weak elements, favourable or unfavourable ones, and good or bad charts, for analysis. As a result, not all Bazi masters could constantly be providing identical conclusions, whether the chart is good or bad; or if an element is deemed to be favourable or not. It got me around many years to snap out of the endless-loop debating on good or bad charts since many Bazi masters have their own different opinions. It’s preferable to set aside the desire to determine if a natal chart is good or bad, and focuses on the periodic energies (like annual/yearly, monthly, daily, or even the hourly vibes) that could enhance or impact a person’s internal vibe.
In the good or bad phase
In the Bazi (Four Pillars of Destiny, PhatChee) and ZWDS (ZiWeiDouShu, Purple Star Astrology) systems, there are luck phases coming into a person’s life path. These could influence the person’s various life aspects, be they on career, wellness, or wealth. Similarly, we can apply the periodic phases to the Elements of Numbers (EON) method. That is why I have added the Personal and Universal Periodic charts (year, month, day) into the FEON+ software. In addition, FEN (Five Elements Numerology) students now have access to the 9-Year Luck Cycle Pillar Code (9YLCP) that I’ve improvised. FEN students can immediately check on the transitional energies from the current 9YLVP that might influence them during certain periods. In the earlier Part-1 article, I mentioned that John was facing the 74/2 influences during the current nine-year luck cycle. Besides the 9YLCP Code, I have, likewise, shared the other periodic codes with FEN students. These include the Birth code, Annual Code, Reflection Code and others. These codes can be interpreted as a guiding sign, to identify the potential behavioural inclined path and call-to-action clues in the specific period.
While anyone can be their own boss, it also depends on the person’s character to define if the business can be a successful one or not. Some of the traits include passionate, resilience, forthright, flexible, and credibility. The other areas include having a shrewd and alert mind, and financial backing. John’s emotional tensions and strain are over-empowering, and it affected his judgement and potential business acumen. Unless he can contain his emotions and tempers, be less gullible, and managed his finance and family responsibilities well, he could put aside the thoughts of being his own boss. This is also partially due to the frequent mindset changes and short-lived passions, that could be disruptive to a business’ mission and long-termed plans to be profitable and sustainable.
The worse is here, and the best can be better
As the worst has come about, what could be worse than that? This is a “wake-up” call for him to get down to his senses, stay calm, and seek professional psychiatrist or health counsellors. Understand the root cause (besides those I’ve described in Part-1 article) and learn to work through the recovery timeline, and snap out of the unhealthy mentality. He should communicate with his wife truthfully, and accept her terms if it’s the ideal choice for them, to be living together happily, without a divorce. Ending his life – due to suicidal tendencies present in his chart – is not the end to his problems.
On the other hand, he could discuss with the bank to work on monthly payment to settle his debt, to avoid receiving a bankruptcy status. It’s nothing ashamed to fail and close down a company. What’s more important is to know when/how to stand up when you fall, and move along. Recognise his own strengths and weaknesses, and don’t repeat the same mistake again. Seek marriage counselling if need be. And lastly, here’s a quote from Bill Keane, “Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.” He should treasure the present moments with his wife and family members. Change to be a better person, for his own sake.
I’ve introduced the Rhythmic Cycle pattern, a sine-wave pattern that identifies the conscious and subconscious chronological history of the past events that happened to a person, in every 9-Year or 18-Year cycle. This allows John to gauge the probable “future” that might take place if he does not take action to change positively.
That’s all I can advise for John. The decision rests with him to seek professional help to work on his mental health, financial strains, and marriage. Let’s hope John can wake up and snap out of the situation, and inhabit a happy and healthy life with his wife and family.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun