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Posts Tagged ‘compatibility’

How to Limit Confrontation

Monday, January 18th, 2016
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According to an article in Entrepreneur, confrontation in the workplace can be healthy and fruitful.

The author wisely suggests that confrontation “shouldn’t be a defensive maneuver or a counterattack.”

That’s good advice since there will always be aggressive, hostile, and argumentative people in this world no matter what you do.

You can’t make undesirable people disappear just as you can’t eliminate life’s other unpleasantries, such as taxes and jet-lag.

The simplest way to limit confrontation is to avoid troublemakers as much as possible. But first you must be able to identify jerks.

Alas, confrontation still occurs between two people who aren’t jerks. It’s a fact of life. A lack of significant personality red flags doesn’t guarantee there won’t be any conflict between you and another person.

The worse the innate compatibility is between you and someone else, the greater the natural conflict, thus the more clashes you’ll be forced to endure.

Identifying conflict resolution styles can help you deal more effectively with confrontation.

By all means, strive to generate empathy, calm, and a commitment to peacefully resolve confrontations. Conflict will always exist in varying degrees between you and others, based on personality red flags and the innate, unique compatibility between two people.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

Relationship and Partnership Compatibility: Follow Up Q & A

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015
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Question:
Regarding what you wrote about compatibility, even if the energy is terrible between two people, if they both act maturely and fairly, it doesn’t have to be an absolute disaster, things don’t have to escalate. It seems to me that with the right effort, the worst connection can be as wonderful and productive as the best connection. Do you agree?”

Answer:
I disagree. In a perfect world, things would never escalate and you would be able to forever avoid interpersonal challenges in even the most demanding partnerships. But we don’t live in a perfect world.

In a perfect world war wouldn’t exist either, but war has always been a fact of life and I expect it to continue because evil people will always exist.

Maturity and being fair surely helps two people get along. But innate, extremely adverse energy between two people makes the relationship grueling from the start.

The more challenging the natural energetic connection, personal or business, the harder you have to work at it. If you spend 80% of your energy bolstering your sense of compassion and detachment trying to rise above the native problematic energy of the partnership, you don’t have a wonderful relationship.

My long-term empirical research shows that you can’t transform the inborn energy of a difficult relationship into that of a naturally rewarding relationship.

Again, the natural, unique energy simply exists between the two people from the very beginning of the connection. The compatibility I’m referring to is esoteric and definable through my systems of analysis.

It has nothing to do with how the two people react, or red flag personality issues, or if one steals from or otherwise hurts the other person. Those concerns are an entirely different partnership issue.

Innately Favorable Connections

The inherent energy may be very favorable between two people, but both, for example, may have a tendency, particularly while under pressure, to be fiery and confrontational in communication. For example, one invariably expresses her annoyance about some petty issue and the trouble begins.

Worse, both uncompromisingly refuse to tolerate such behavior from the other and, or deny any wrongdoing completely, compounding the problem and intensifying the discord.

Things don’t have to escalate in a connection that is awful from the start if you both manage to forever grin and bear it (which is doubtful), but you’ll be putting most of your energy toward avoiding disaster instead of enjoyment, or productive gains if it’s a business relationship.

You don’t have to wonder any longer if you’re truly compatible, or if that person has hidden red flag personality issues.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

Relationship and Partnership Compatibility: 7 Secrets Revealed

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
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Your life, personal and professional, is replete with opportunities for partnerships.

Even so, it’s too easy to waste an enormous amount of time, energy, and money before figuring out that compatibility, beyond surface kinship, is nonexistent between you and another person.

Conventional science hasn’t figured out how to assess compatibility before it’s too late, and deep-rooted, disruptive peculiarities between individuals have mystified people for thousands of years.

However, the principles I’ve formed through long-term empirical research can save you a lot of pain.

Below I list seven relationship and partnership compatibility secrets.

1. Forces beyond your control determine the real compatibility between you and another person.

Most people realize that person A and person B innately have a different level of compatibility than person B and person C. The unique energy is fixed no matter their maturity level or how well they try to get along.

Even if person A and person B have all the same interests and similar backgrounds, their relationship will be a struggle if the inherent compatibility is terrible.

Likewise, even if person B and person C have nothing in common and share completely different backgrounds, if the compatibility is high, they will enjoy a congenial connection.

2. Compatibility is measurable. I accurately measure it in my unique systems of analysis involving handwriting analysis and comprehensive astrology and numerology.

Extremes in compatibility are easy for me to identify. These distinctive extremes (good and bad) exist between some couples, but not all, because the energy is exclusive between each two individuals.

You’ve likely encountered a connection in which discord reigns, no matter what you do. Or you’ve encountered the opposite, harmony and like-mindedness.

Or how about those connections, personal or professional in which it practically rains abundance and rewards? Or the opposite, those that represent cruel trials and struggles? Or, those unions that seem to be a dream come true at first, until it becomes a nightmare? Or how about love life relationships where the sex is so astoundingly good or the opposite, pathetic? Or how about business relationships where two intelligent, successful individuals who both lack any significant personality red flags are baffled by unforeseen exploits that destroy the partnership?

I identify all of these types of extremes and more, before they unfold, through my systems of analysis.

3. Challenging innate compatibility is not your fault and it isn’t the other person’s fault.

Aside from one partner ripping off the other or otherwise intentionally hurting the other, in which case blame would be appropriate, a wise person would not blame the other for the natural, severe idiosyncrasies within the union that neither has any control over.

4. In some cases, blame may be appropriate if compatibility is favorable but one person possesses personality flaws that make the connection impossible.

An individual’s onerous personality challenges such as vanity, domineering tendencies, anger, drug and alcohol problems, stubbornness, and others can ruin even the best innate energy between her and another person. Extreme red flag personality traits are identifiable through handwriting analysis, part of my systems of analysis.

5. Everyone has different personal timing and timing does matter immensely in partnerships.

Shared or agreeable collective timing can contribute greatly to amicable rapport or even serve as the foundation for it. But when personal timing changes so does the relationship (i.e., termination) if it’s based on timing instead of non-timing factors.

6. The harder you must work at a relationship (personal or business), the worse the natural connection between you and the other person.

It’s that simple, though the “all relationships require hard work” crowd will tell you otherwise. Unless you have no choice, you’re better off avoiding burdensome connections.

7. Intrinsic compatibility isn’t a choice and if it’s not there you can’t create it. It won’t improve or get worse no matter what you think or do.

Perhaps you’ve heard, “as long as you try to get along with someone you can.” That’s only true to a point. No matter how much you try to see the good in another, and no matter how much she does the same, it won’t change the natural energy between you. It’s not a choice; it’s simply something you can’t alter.

Think of how much time and money you can save knowing if negative extremes exist between you and another person.

You don’t have to wonder any longer if you’re truly well matched, or if that person has hidden red flag personality issues.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

The Ultimate Compatibility Test

Monday, November 18th, 2013
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The ultimate compatibility test, one that will quickly reveal how compatible you are with another person on a personal or professional level, is greatly sought after.

The problem is that it doesn’t exist, at least in a form usable by anyone, without having to learn any forms of personality analysis.

True compatibility is much deeper than sharing a lot of the same interests and ideals. You’ve been there before, undoubtedly: you seem to have similar personalities, interests, and values; both lack significant personality red flags, yet you still bring out the worst in each other.

How can this be, you ask? It’s because genuine compatibility goes much deeper than your biases, background, values, whether or not you like sports, culinary tastes, politics, religion, how much you’re willing to work at it to make it harmonious, or what you like to do for fun.

The ultimate compatibility test has everything to do with invisible forces beyond conventional thinking, and it has little to do with subjective self-tests and on-line quizzes. The more limited the self-knowledge (typically, very limited), the greater the results of self-tests and quizzes are skewed, and that’s not even including the honesty factor; people notoriously answer how they think they should answer or in a way that indicates they’re seeking some sort of “I’m a good person” award.

Authentic compatibility isn’t a choice. The compatibility between every pair of individuals is as exclusive as your fingerprints, it’s unchangeable, and it’s measureable.

I employ the ultimate compatibility test in my systems of analysis. I realize the skepticism you may have about such a statement, but I believe it is true after testing countless methods and developing my own methodologies over the last 20+ years.

Additionally, it would take years to instruct someone (especially a person who favors modern astrology techniques) how to fully utilize my proprietary systems of analysis, which are compartmentalized and coded for security. They are as useful to the uninitiated as a jungle map in an ancient tribal language, while stuck in the middle of the Amazon without any survival skills.

I measure compatibility, along with personality and timing. In my view, there exist several requirements to discover true compatibility. Although you must consult with me to yield the benefits of my ultimate compatibility test, the time and money you save, and peace of mind you gain, is invaluable.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

How to Deal With Extreme Interpersonal Conflict

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013
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Question:
“If major conflict is happening with unavoidable people in life like parents or wife or children, what solution do you suggest to overcome it?”

Answer:
The question above is in response to this blog post.

In it I ask, “Haven’t you ever interacted with someone only to find that it’s all but impossible to maintain harmony, even when you share a lot in common, including similar backgrounds, and both lack personality red flags that promote extreme conflict between two people?”

It’s highly likely you’ve encountered at least a few people with whom you have innate, extreme interpersonal conflict. But what do you do if those individuals are immediate family members or others you can’t easily avoid?

Varying degrees of extreme conflict are identifiable through the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts, and some types are much more difficult than others.

The range starts with moderate strife (such as with siblings who argue regularly), and goes all the way to impossible-to-deal-with-almost-all-of-the-time, such as with a husband and wife who are never happy together.

The example of moderate strife, such as with quarreling siblings, is very common. You argue, you stop arguing, you shrug, and continue on with your life. The key to dealing with this type of interpersonal conflict is to simply acknowledge that it’s a natural part of the connection, you can’t always avoid it, and when it does happen, don’t take it too personally.

In doing so, the concept of blame becomes far less relevant; the revelation of innate strife within the connection diminishes the momentum of the negative energy and makes the connection somewhat easier. Instead of accusations (e.g., “It’s your fault.” “No, it’s your fault.”), you accept the inherent discord.

Above average levels of interpersonal conflict, such as with battling co-workers, is tougher to deal with. I suggest you (as a business owner, or hiring supervisor) know what you’re getting into before you form a business partnership or hire someone.

Involving more extreme cases of interpersonal conflict, such as with an ongoing, never-ending war between spouses, the simple solution is to divorce, obviously.

But what do you do if you can’t divorce, for whatever reason? I’m not a therapist, I’m an analyst, but I suggest you either express infinite gratitude for the opportunity to deal with extreme interpersonal conflict and, or establish separate bedrooms and lives, while publicly pretending to be happy like so many other couples.

Dealing with extreme interpersonal conflict isn’t easy and it’s impossible to eliminate it, but accepting that it’s just the way it is between you and that other person is a big help in coping with it.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

7 Requirements to Discover True Compatibility

Monday, June 6th, 2011
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One of the most common inquiries I receive is whether or not two people are compatible (romantically or professionally).

Modern astrology approaches the matter employing the basic natal chart of each through “synastry,” where Ptolemaic aspects and connections between the houses and planets are outlined. They might also compare elements (fire, air, water earth), or other elementary components of the basic natal charts.

Unfortunately, such an approach offers very low accuracy rates, particularly involving computerized reports. The heartfelt prose, references to “consciousness” and Jungian concepts (warping the tenets of ancient astrology with psychological notions), and stunning imagery, which is an important part of escapist spirituality, only serve to obfuscate the uselessness of modern astrological methodologies. As unsympathetic as this may sound, it’s important to point out because the awareness can save you an enormous amount of time and hassle.

Relentlessly, the collective findings from handwriting analysis and comprehensive charting involving astrology and numerology reveal that favored modern astrological methods such as synastry, progressions, transits, lunar and solar returns, and others are only suitable to top off an existing, comprehensive analysis. Alone, they aren’t worthwhile.

The following must be done to discover true compatibility:

  1. Thoroughly outline each person’s personality through handwriting analysis. In doing so you uncover subconscious character, identifying key relationship issues, such as level of self-esteem, emotional maturity, conflict avoidance, withdrawal, fear of intimacy, and restlessness.
  2. Thoroughly outline each person’s personality through comprehensive astrology and numerology, using tried and true ancient methodologies.
  3. Thoroughly delineate each person’s collective timing through comprehensive astrology and numerology, using tried and true ancient methodologies.
  4. Acknowledge that (relating to romantic connections) some people, overall, have rewarding life-long love karma, some people have fair life-long love karma, and others have challenging life-long love karma; you find out which sort through the above-mentioned analyses.
  5. Recognize that one’s collective personal timing, if favorable in relation to love life, can symbolically somewhat mitigate one’s life-long challenging love life karma. Alternatively, tough personal timing can, representatively, seriously impede one’s love life.
  6. Understand that although some connections include questionable compatibility on a personality level, shared collective harmonious timing can function largely as the base of the connection and make it more agreeable.
  7. Recognize that the “unexplainable draw” (frequently in the beginning) in largely, overall discordant connections shouldn’t be confused with blessings or reward—the intense attraction in this case serves to help them fulfill the karmic plan, however ultimately unpleasant from a non-spiritual perspective.

In determining true compatibility, you increase your awareness, deepen your understanding of another, and dramatically reduce your risk.

Copyright © 2011 Scott Petullo

Astrology, Numerology & Compatibility – Why You Need to Scrutinize a Lot More Than Just Sun Signs

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
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Instead of considering only astrological Sun signs, we believe that the comprehensive astrology and numerology charts must be scrutinized if one wants to consider true personality, compatibility, and personal timing (prediction and forecasting).

Also, thorough handwriting analysis done by a well-trained professional adds a great deal of additional insight about subconscious character, much of which that can’t be found through modern, psychological astrology.

On the surface, you may think you have great astrological  compatibility on paper with two seemingly easy-going, compassionate people (signified in part, for example, by both having an abundance of Pisces and Cancer energy).

However, it’s discovered that one has very compressed, narrow, extreme right-slanted, sharp, angular, heavy pressure script with rigid baselines and downward slanting, weak-ending, pointed letter t-bars. Plus, strong patterns of over-balanced “8” and “1” energy are found in the comprehensive numerology charts. All of this with other corroborating information alerts the analyst to the strong possibility of that person being a domineering abuser (please note: such findings as depicted by clinical terms would not be reported to anyone other than the subject, and then only if the subject asked to be told of such potential).

The other person’s comprehensive charts involve, in part, lots of under-balanced “2” energy which suggests dependency and self-deprecation. In support of these notions, that person’s script includes martyr/victim traits such as small overall script size, light writing pressure, close word spacing, excessively rounded and immature-looking writing, droopy rhythm and connectives between letters, pinched circle letters, low and weakly crossed letter t-bars back to the left instead of to the right, and x-formations where the letter x is not present (please note: such findings as depicted by clinical terms would not be reported to anyone other than the subject, and then only if the subject asked to be told of such potential).

In this case, a surface astrology interpretation would unfortunately leave open the potential for a very toxic, if not dangerous match.

An aside, psychology was not part of astrology until about 100 years ago. The approximately 2000 year tradition of the science of astrology involves mostly prediction instead of psychological character analysis. Unfortunately, in our view, most astrology found today in print or on-line is primarily modern, psychological astrology, and involves a frivolous and distorted approach to the science.

Astrology that’s largely for entertainment only (although usually not presented as such) includes, for example, Sun or Moon sign horoscopes, and readings done by astrologers who commonly promote falsehoods such as, “…(numerology or) astrology isn’t predestination or fate…how things play out is going to be up to you,” stated to cover a refusal to do in-depth delineation, or mask an inability to do accurate prediction.

Some popular modern astrologers even go so far as to offensively suggest escapism, wishful thinking, self-fulfilling prophesies, and a failure to take responsibility for one’s actions and life in response to the idea that some astrologers and numerologists (like us) say it’s possible to measure and outline personal fate (i.e., impart the general inclination of fate, and frequently, even precise future circumstances and events). Worse, they deny that fate exists, and also deny the reality that varying degrees of unavoidable adversity (which is also measurable) in people’s lives serves a divine purpose. The truth is that their form of astrology or numerology isn’t about predestination or fate and that original ancient predictive astrology and numerology are absolutely about predestination and fate. It’s ironic how fully embracing the concepts of karma and fate is directly related to taking responsibility for one’s actions and that much of the modern astrology found today offers mainly an escape from the hard realities of life.

Reviewing Sun Signs, Moon Signs, or any other individual aspect without considering the rest of the charts’ contents and patterns within those charts, will only give you surface insight. It tells you virtually nothing about the reality of the personality, or the compatibility between you and another person.

For example, the Sign of Aquarius is considered to be relatively harmonious with the Sign of Sagittarius. If you select ten random people with Aquarius Sun Signs and match them with ten people with Sagittarius Sun Signs, it’s entirely possible that none of them will get along with each other. It’s also entirely possible that all of them will get along.

The best romantic matches for a Libra Sun and Cancer Moon combination, for instance, depends entirely upon the health of the respective planets (strong and well, or involving afflictions including planets in detriment, badly aspected planets, weak house placement, retrogrades, etc.), their rulers and the health of those rulers, along with the rest of the several hundred aspects, and patterns comprised of those aspects, throughout the comprehensive charts of each person.

It’s possible for a person with a Libra Sun and Cancer Moon, for example, to have wonderful compatibility with a person with an Aries Sun and Capricorn Moon, both oppositions.

Oppositions are commonly considered to involve poor compatibility, but sometimes very close oppositions (opposing planets that are very tightly aspected by a degree or two, within the compatibility charts) offer more reward than challenge, especially if the remaining compatibility energy is harmonious.

Oppositions are as follows:
Aries is opposed to Libra.
Taurus is opposed to Scorpio.
Gemini is opposed to Sagittarius.
Cancer is opposed to Capricorn.
Leo is opposed to Aquarius.
Virgo is opposed to Pisces.

Conjunctions, same sign combinations, represent intensification of the sign’s energy, and is sometimes positive and sometimes negative. Generally, it’s a “hard” aspect, and not as easy flowing as trines and sextiles.

Although we feel that modern astrology places too much emphasis on Ptolemaic aspects, it’s good to have an understanding of them.

The basic, major Ptolemaic aspects include oppositions (180 degree angle), conjunctions (0 degree angle), squares (90 degree angle), trines (120 degree angle), and sextiles (60 degree angle).

Square aspects are combinations of signs that are of different elements (see below), like Taurus with Leo, and generally indicate challenge and tension. Trine aspects are combinations of signs that are of the same element, such as Scorpio with Pisces (both water), and are generally agreeable. Sextile aspects are combinations of signs that are of compatible, but different, elements such as Cancer with Virgo, or Leo with Libra, and are also generally favorable.

If you accept the trivial approach of reviewing only the Sun and Moon signs, which might offer a preview at best, then it’s good to look at the elemental combinations of the signs for some basic awareness.

On the surface, fire and air are harmonious, and earth and water are harmonious. In addition, each element commonly mixes well with itself (fire and fire, etc.).

Fire signs are Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius.
Earth signs are Taurus, Virgo, and Capricorn.
Air signs are Gemini, Libra, and Aquarius.
Water signs are Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces.

A surface approach will involve Libra Sun, Cancer Moon compatibility with an air or fire Sun, along with a water or earth Moon, but that’s just the beginning.

If you want to go a little deeper, yet still not get into comprehensive analysis, considering the nature of the sign is also helpful (Fixed, Mutable, or Cardinal), as is considering the masculine or feminine nature of the sign (fire and air are masculine, and earth and water are feminine).

We also strongly recommend contemplating each person’s personal timing when considering compatibility.

Personal timing, comprised of scores of short, medium, and long-term continuous and non-continuous numerological and astrological cyclical timing methods, regularly symbolically makes or breaks relationships. The collective cycles can be divided into groups that are the basis for pattern recognition.

Two people can seemingly have nothing in common aside from their current personal time cycles (some as short as a day, others as long as many years), and when those time cycles change, the relationship changes, or even dissolves.

It should be noted that we understand that it is possible for someone who has strong, solid psychic ability and a good, general understanding of astrology to successfully use Sun and Moon signs exclusively as psychic touchstones. But few have this talent where they can get consistent, accurate reads without a comprehensive approach.

Again, an astrologer must consider all comprehensive charts in determining compatibility, along with the comprehensive timing charts, and not just the Sun and Moon signs if one really wants to uncover existing compatibility. Again, we have found that you also must consider the comprehensive numerology charts, along with handwriting analysis (subconscious fears and defenses, etc.), if you want a high level of accuracy.

A skeptic saying that they “…don’t believe in astrology,” to us, is a reasonable and understandable statement if they have only been exposed to Sun Sign astrology, which is the basis for most astrology horoscopes today.

Comparing Sun Sign astrology to an in-depth analysis as referred to in the above paragraphs is like comparing conspiracy theory half-truths to confirmed CIA intelligence.

Copyright © 2007 Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo