Profile 1/4: Investigating Opportunity
Investigator / Opportunist
Opportunist, (seizing opportunities) / Investigator
In the profile each personality line will be combined with two different lines of the unconscious.
We have seen the personality of the first line with the unconscious subject of the third line.
We have now moved on to the first-line personality with the fourth unconscious theme.
In 1/3 both lines are from the lower trigram.
It is directed inward, a personal destiny of self-exploration and challenge.
The unconscious transition to the fourth row brings the top trigram with the transpersonal abilities.
Here we have a coupling of two elements: the first line - the hexagram element itself,
And the fourth line - the foundation of the upper trigram. It is an internal observation followed by an externalization.
The personality of the first line remained the same.
This is the continuity of the line, the subject of strength and weakness.
The need to gain authority in life and focus on the perception of the elements.
The fourth row is very different from the third row.
It's transpersonal. He has the gift of being able to form relationships, friendships.
The fourth line is the nature of the opportunist.
There is a very simple formula for those who carry a fourth row theme.
Whether this issue is an unconscious issue or whether this issue is a personal issue.
If you have a lover and you do not like your lover,
Do not leave your lover until you have another lover.
If you have a job, and you do not like your job,
Do not leave your job until you have another job.
If you have a lover and you do not like your lover,
And you leave them without having another one,
It will be very difficult to find another quality relationship.
If you have a job. And you do not like your job,
And you leave work before there is another job,
It will be very difficult to find another quality job.
This is the mechanic of the opportunist.
It's transpersonal. It recognizes that there is something to meet.
The fourth line is fixed and "pointed": clear in its purpose and carefully awaiting its opportunity to externalize.
When the unconscious third line is 1/3,
Becomes impatient with the struggle of the personality to grasp the foundations,
It will challenge the validity of the base itself, rather than accept failure.
The fourth line does not challenge the base.
It externalizes him as a target. Profile 1/4 carries the hexagram standard.
When the personality fails to understand the basics,
She is willing to be patient.
Patience is a strategy.
There is no real support for the need to be a boss that the first-rate personality wants to radiate.
There is a willingness to back down, to accept that you may not be able to gain authority.
It will never grasp the basics and will have to accept them for what they look like to others.
The openness of the personality does not lead to pessimism but to fatigue.
They get tired of introspecting others.
The 1/4 profile seems to be conservative.
They externalize the foundation that has been established, whether they have experienced its essential truth or not.
They will go against the flow only as soon as they personally experience their folly.
Instead of being self-guided in the 1/3 sense, the direction of the 1/4 is alone: waiting and watching.
Looking for that opportunity from afar.
The first line, in her self-absorption, struggles in intimate relationships.
1/3 struggled with this limitation.
Creating and breaking perceived relationships regarding weakness / strength.
1/4 has a corporate strategy.
This is the kind of intimacy they can handle and attract.
Through friendships their foundation can be externalized.
The frustration that the personality fails to establish the foundation does not lead to broken and broken ties,
Does not lead to the challenge of the third line, but leads to an emotional wave of kindness and humility.
The 1/4 is kind to those who receive The externalization of the base,
And converges To those who reject him, who will not listen.
The 1/4 will externalize its existing element regardless of any challenge.
But it is never absolute,
Otherwise it would not have been possible to transfer the valid challenge to the base and replace it with the rest of the hexagram.
Their intuition can lead them to accept and cream a corrected base.
1/4 can often feel like someone who is out of place or on a step.
When 1/3 knocks on the door of some basic concept ("Is the world really flat?"),
1/4 holds the base.
Despite their ability to be friends, they mostly stay outside.
They will continue to externalize their traditional view,
Until they sail to the sea and find that you do not reach the end,
Or it is more likely that extroverted evidence causes them to resign,
Accept the transition and externalize the new order.
In these two variations of personality profiles in the first row the continuity is through the personality.
This is what we encounter.
This is true for all row variations.
The personality line defines the subject.
On the surface, personalities from the first line look alike.
Where personality brings continuity to the line,
It is design that leads to progress, to development.
Through the unconscious a real transition takes place.
If you have a personality from the first line,
Whether you have a third or fourth unconscious line,
The same first-line personality is that in order to bring peace to life,
She needs to do her homework,
It has to be ready, and it has to have an inward look.
The foundation that was not properly established through the same personality,
Will lead to the two different ways in which change or evolution can occur.
In profile 1/4, when the foundation cannot be successfully established,
Then through the pressure of relationships one can finally make a difference.
Through the trans-personal encounter with others,
Those who say "No, no, no, that's not true,"
Lies the opportunity to re-establish a valid base.
The theme remains the same.
The subject of the first line of finding the basis of things,
The subject of the first line of introspection, of self-involvement,
And without finding this valid basis for himself,
There is a sense of difficulty and discomfort in the world.
The conscious side shows exactly as in 1/3,
The issue of base investment becoming an authority over time.
The 4 unconscious notice that there are other people 'out there'.
Their theme is to externalize something and keep an eye on companies and networks,
Always waiting for the right moment and opportunity.
The ‘research opportunity’ opportunity is waiting for the right timing and friends to externalize their foundation.
Can I have a basis please?
1/4 and 4/1 profiles are embedded in the base.
In order for these personalities to function,
They need a fundamental foundation on which they can rely as they spread outward to others.
The difference between these two lines is the orientation.
The first line is directed towards an internal base of information,
Whereas the fourth line is directed to the outer element of the key aspects of life.
The first line is also known as a researcher.
The researcher is prevented from knowing details.
This is why a first-rate person asks a lot of questions.
Although examining and asking questions,
The first line builds a platform on which they can base their actions.
Most of the first lines about working with people,
Whether it's on one or as a teacher for many,
Will take multiple classes or workshops until they feel the foundation is complete.
Part of that is feeling comfortable.
Often they will not reach their level of comfort until their investigation has revealed a deep amount of detail.
The fourth line is also known as the opportunist.
The opportunity lies at the base of the Line 4 personnel network.
Through their network, the fourth lines will usually find work,
Will meet their significant other, find their home or place of residence.
The foundation of the fourth line is their friends, co-workers, home, family, role and the groups they are part of.
Because of this fourth row there often seems to be a replacement in the row before moving on.
When they do move from friends, job, or location, they will likely quickly hold on to at least one of those other basics.
If they move to a new city,
They will probably hold tight with old friends or family,
Until they settled in the new city and started building a new group of friends.
So what is the difference between these two profiles?
The difference is that 1/4 will be more inward or more focused and increasingly driven to get details and experience.
The 4/1 will focus more outwardly on interpersonal interaction with inquiry as second nature.
4/1 will usually allow 1/4 to ask the questions.
So that they can enjoy the information detailed in the answer.