Introduction Angles

The profiles are divided into three parts:

Right angle, thickness, and left angle.

At what angle a profile depends on the arrangement of the gates in the wheel.

If they are at right angles to each other (all 16 hexagrams apart)

They will be called a right angle profile, if they are not, they are adjacent to each other or a left angle.
We have 3 geometries:
Right angle - personal vocation.
Proximity - a fixed destiny.
Left Angle - Transpersonal Karma.
Most people are going to live out their personal destiny or their transpersonal karma.

And there are those with a fixed destiny. It is important to see that we have specific geometries,

I.e. limitations.

For example, if you are raising a child at the right angle,

And you expect them to be deeply socially involved with you in the problem.

They have their own personal destiny!
When you turn around the wheel of the mandala,

Each hexagram has 12 crosses involved and each cross has a name.

In each given hexagram you have 3 different cross names.

For example, the cross 26 / 45-22 / 47 quoted above is the right angle cross of control,

Having different themes.

It has different line profiles. The end of this is the 4/6. It stops with the voyeur.
Then you will reach the contiguity; Here you have only the 4/1. It is the close cross of possession.

It has a different name and is a very different structure because the structure of the hexagram has changed.

And finally reach the left corner, with 5/1, 5/2, 6/2, 6/3: confrontation.
The whole hexagram is divided into these three different aspects,

There will be 7 right angle variations, one linkage and 4 left angle variations.

This is the most common structure in all hexagrams.

If you have the 45.3 and the fifth design line,

You will have the right angle of control,

But it is the fundamental cross of adaptation.

It has its own sub-theme, and the sub-theme is the profile itself.
Below we will go to the differences.
Right Angle - 1/3 1/4 2/4 2/5 3/5 3/6 4/6


When we move from the first line to the fourth line (only part of the fourth line),

It is a right-angled cross that deals with personal destiny.

On the left is an example with the Sun of Personality at the 45th Gate.
The design sun is at the 22nd gate.

This is a right angle crossing because if you count the spaces between the rotating hexagrams,

They are a right angle.

In other words, there will always be 16 hexagrams between each of them.
Remember we are talking about a purpose in life,

And so we talk about our motion in space, which is conditioned by three different geometries.
In this century we have been confused by this terminology: karma, fate, fate, all this language that has undergone popularity.

But in human design these geometries are very specific.
If you have a right-angled cross-section that tends to be most common in society,

You have what is called "personal destiny" and you do not carry any karma.

Now, if someone comes and tells you, "You're going to pay for it!

You can tell them, "No, I do not carry any karma, thank you very much!" - because it is true!
The right angle cross is involved in themselves.

They have their own geometry and not the people around them change the movement in their lives.

They have their own personal destiny and they are going to reach their personal destiny regardless of who is around them.
When dealing with the lower trigram,

They have very poor transpersonal skills,

They are not willing to deal successfully with the other because they are immersed in themselves.
Line 1 - The first line is an introspection and says:

"I do not want to see anyone,  I learn.

Do not disturb me, I'm doing my research. Leave me alone, I'm busy with my thing. "
Line 2 - The second line says:

"I do not know why you come to me, I like to be left alone.

Once you come, I need to do something, I need to learn something, I need to understand something.

Leave me alone! "
Line 3 - The third line says: Jesus, I did not mean to run into you! - Because that's what happens to the third line: they just knock things out.

Neither of them is really equipped to deal socially with the other.

They have a personal vocation! They are in their interest.
Now that does not mean they can not love,

And they can not live life like everyone else,

But not about who they meet will bring them into a situation where they will fulfill their personal destiny.

So a huge portion of the population is just involved in their thing.
Side note 4/6:

Although the lower trigram stops at 3/6,

And the top trigram begins on 4/6,

The 4/6 is still a right angle.

4/6 is one of the most unusual profiles.

This is the only profile that is purely transpersonal.

The fourth and sixth lines are in the top trigram,

So it gives you the illusion that this is a deep transpersonal cross: it is not!
They are in their personal destiny.

Great voyeurs that are there around,

But they actually keep their process going.

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Linkages - 4/1
Then we come to the contiguity.

Both in the left angle and in the combination of the sides there is a hexagonal position on the wheel that is not at a right angle.
There is a displacement of one hexagram,

So that now the distances of personality and the design of the sun / earth are no longer within the 16 hexagrams,

Rather they are distances 15 and 17. The image on the left shows an example of the proximity to each other and the cross of a left angle.
A 4/1 profile is the point at which the passage through 88 ° actually changes the hexagram instead of the line.
This is the beginning of the left angle.

4/1 are rare; This is just the last 13% of Sun personality in the fourth row.
4/1 are the only people who received fate.

When the 4/1 enters the tree,

You know it is the fixed destiny because it is their way and nothing interferes with these entities.

They are 4 and 1; They are the two elements that are there in the hexagram structure, so they are very fixed.

So fixed that they can barely bend and that they break very easily.

They have their own trajectory in life.
Row 4: The fourth row is the bottom of the top trigram,

And so their harmony is with the first line.

The fourth line deals with the impact on their network with the fund.

They are not interested in the foundation but more in how to use it to get others.
Left Angle - 5/1 5/2 6/2 6/3
The left angle is transpersonal only.

The fifth and sixth lines are the most transpersonal personalities.

They are always preparing to both go out into the world and observe the whole world.

They are the ones who carry karma.

And the only way to unload this material is to meet the old forces,

From which they received the karma in the first place.

It is only through the transpersonal that we can universal and connect with the other.
Row 5: The fifth row is like the second row but much more transpersonal.

They are not exactly monks because they recognize the value of others,

But there is a touch of suspicion - "What do they want from me?"
Row 6: Although the sixth line is in the hexagram, they are removed from it.

Their point of view allows them to see that there is more to the energies of that hexagram.

This point of view gives distance.

Job and profile rates:
There are 6 subdivisions that classify the conscious and unconscious of the profile.

These categories (behavioral identity, projected approach, limited point of view, aspiration for the job, contact strategy, strategy security) are all rooted in the six gates of the job.

These rates are 10, 7, 1, 13, 59 and 27
At the bottom of the page are the job titles and their ranks.
If you really want to understand profiles in depth,

You need to understand the 6 gates of these roles and their lines.

For example, to get an insight on 4/6, look at all the fourth and sixth rows of role gates

(Extensively but to a lesser extent, if you look at all the lines of the 64 hexagrams you can get insight into the lines in the profiles).
If you look at these gates and their lines in Rave I Ching,

You will get a really deep understanding of the profile base.

Keep in mind that the 64 hexagrams because of their math are related to the genetic code.

And because of this everything is related to each other in its genetic continuity.
There are 64 rows 1, and they are all rows 1. They have one thing in common.

So no matter where your first lines are,

The reality is that through genetic continuity they have a deep connection to each other,

Because they work in a very similar way.


Genetic continuity:
Each row in the gate shares genetic continuity with all other rows in the same number in 64 gates. In the set of gates, or hexagrams, you see 64 interpretations of the same energy. In this sense, all hexagrams have a structural connection to each other.
For example, all the first lines are related to each other. They share a similar function when used as the basis of their hexagram structure. Also, all second rows share continuity, and so on. So basically, you can look at each line and get an idea of how all the other similar lines work in the other hexagrams.
This is useful when looking at a profile. If you have a 3/5 profile, for example, you can look at all the third and fifth rows in 64 gates and get a great understanding of how a 3/5 profile works because they are linked through genetic continuity.
The six roles
There are six initial role gates whose main comments resonate more strongly than the other gates. All gates have small key notes that are useful for looking at a profile, but these six gates serve as a central key.
The lines of these role gates provide topics for understanding the structural values of similar lines in other hexagrams. As an example, the names associated with the profile are derived from the tenth rate of behavior (2/4 is a monk opportunist).
In the self-study section of the profiles each profile has a chart like Figure 5/2 below. The personality and design profile will include key notes and then each profile variation will have key centers. Below are just the key notes. Melo is an example of a 5/2 profile:

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(Personality)  personality:


(Behavioral  behavioral identity
Projected attitude
(Limited Perspective) Limited Perspective
(Aspired to Role) aspires to the role
(Bonding Strategy) A bonding strategy
(Security Strategy)Security strategy

(Design) Design:


(Nature) Nature
(Type) Type
Memory
(Direction) Direction
(Sexuality) Sexuality
(Humanity) Humanity

Job title lines:


Title 10:
Line 1 - Modesty
Line 2 - Monk
Line 3 - Martyred Saint
Line 4 - Opportunist
Line 5 - Heresy
Line 6 - role model


Section 7:
Line 1 - Authoritative
Line 2 - Democrat
Line 3 - Anarchist
Line 4 - Guessing
Line 5 - General
Line 6 - Manager


Title 1:
Line 1 - Creation does not depend on the will
Line 2 - Love is light
Line 3 - Energy for creative work
Line 4 - Alone as a medium of creativity
Line 5 - Energy to attract the company
Line 6 - Objectivity

Title 13:
Line 1 - Empathy
Line 2 - Bigotry
Line 3 - Pessimism
Line 4 - Fatigue
Line 5 - Savior
Line 6 - Optimist


Title 59:
Line 1 - Preventive strike
Line 2 - Shyness
Line 3 - Openness
Line 4 - fraternity / sister
Line 5 - Casanova / Femme Fatale
Line 6 - One night stand


Title 27:
Line 1 - Selfishness
Line 2 - Self-satisfaction
Line 3 - Greed
Line 4 - Generosity
Line 5 - Executor
Line 6 - Caution