** 4th Grouping
Physiological interpretation: You have stress and anxiety due to conflict between hope and necessity, following acute disappointment.
Psychological interpretation: our disappointment and unfulfilled hope have given rise to an anxious uncertainty, while doubts that things will be any better in the future lead to the postponement of essential decisions. This conflict between hope and necessity is creating considerable pressure. Instead of resolving this by facing up to making the essential decision, you are likely to immerse yourself in the pursuit of trivialities as an escape route.
In brief: Frustrated Vacillation. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)
1. It’s time to start taking charge again. You are in control of your destiny.
2. You must make a plan for the direction you want to go and then pursue that plan.
Action to take:
1. I will take a drive or a walk and think through what I want out of life.
2. I will then put together a plan on paper that works towards that goal.
Green/Violet 1.0% picked Green Next to Last and Violet Last
Physiological interpretation: You have stress resulting from a feeling of belittlement and misunderstanding (especially in 7th & 8th positions; materially less in 6th & 7th positions.)
Psychological interpretation: You feel you are in an invidious position: that trust, affection and understanding are being withheld and that you are being treated with a humiliating lack of consideration. You consider you are being denied the appreciation essential to your self esteem and that there is nothing you can do about it. You are disheartened by the lone struggle against difficulties with no encouragement. You feel you are getting nowhere; that, instead of the admiration you need, you are consistently misunderstood. You want to escape from the situation but cannot find the strength of mind to make the necessary decision.
In brief: Humiliated by lack of appreciation. (The + group is therefore needed as a compensation.)
1. The situation you are in keeps you from getting the recognition you deserve.
2. Talk with the person you feel is holding you back and explain to them the importance you place on improving your position and that you want to include them in that pursuit.
What to say:
1. “I feel I’m not living up to my potential and I’d like your help in my goal of utilizing all of my talents, not just a few of them.”
2. “I would really like to become … (fill in what you want to do/become) and I’d like your help in putting together a “game plan” to get me there.”