Guide to Talent Stacking


Enneagram Types

WOUND: Take Free Enneagram Quiz to get your Type
Read the Wound Narrative for your Type
Compare the Enneagram results with Harville Hendrix Imago Theory
Hopefully this helps explain why we do what we do. Our motive, our ATTITUDE, our Achilles's Heel. No matter how successful we are on paper, every relationship in friendship, business or marriage has the potential for a battle with Hector.

The December 6th MOTHER of INTUITION Card

Example: December 6th Birthday

Astrological EGOACE  of Spades: The Card of AMBITION and the MAGI Card: The Ace of Spades is the ancient symbol of the secret mysteries, the most spiritual card in the deck, and yet, also the most material. The Ace person usually has a life-long conflict between their material, worldly urges and their deep, past-life spiritual heritage. Their displacement and Karma Card, the Seven of Hearts, suggests trials in the realm of relationships. Their mission is to find the inner peace that comes through a life of service and dedication to higher principles. As their karma from previous births is discharged, they come to realize this and learn to follow the unwritten law of spiritual truth. In many ways they have put themselves upon the cross. Whenever they deviate from the law, or disregard their spiritual nature they seem to be unjustly punished.

Psychometric Testing

Psychometric EGO: The Kolb Learning Style Questionnaire will indicate which of the Four Quadrants you favor most. and to what degree.

Kolb’s Learning Style Questionnaire - City of Bunbury

Birth (Self, Soul) Card

image.png QUEEN  of Clubs
SELF: The December 6th MOTHER of INTUITION Card: Their mental gifts are abundant (Ten of Spades in Mercury) and whether or not they realize it, they are always receiving knowledge from the "other side". Their Ace of Spades in Jupiter promises many rewards if and when they follow spiritual or psychic lines of work or pursuits. They have a deep heritage of knowledge from past lives that is always available. The Queen of Clubs is also known as the "Mother Mary" card and many of them have one or more "children" for whom they must make sacrifices in their life.


KARMA: KarmaSacrifices for the Good of Others THREE  of Hearts: The INDECISION in LOVE Card: The Three of Hearts is the first card in the Mundane Spread of cards and represents the departure of Man and Woman from the Garden of Eden. In search for what and who they love, they can often become confused and dissatisfied, even when they find the perfect love standing in front of them. Of the threes, all of whom demand the freedom to explore possibilities, the Three of Hearts can become the most confused and bewildered mentally and emotionally. Either they are very fickle in love or the one they love is fickle. They are quite psychic, hard workers and have success whenever they apply themselves. They need a certain amount of change or travel in their vocation to be happy. They are very charming and attractive people and have no trouble attracting others to love. The challenge comes once they find someone. They are here to learn to make decisions about love and money and to learn the value of higher knowledge. Once they do, they find great fulfillment in giving love and truth.  
TEN of  Diamonds: The BLESSED Card: This card sits in the very center of the Grand Solar Spread of cards, protected on all sides by Jupiter's blessings. It is The card of material opulence. With so many blessings, you might expect them to be generous souls, but that is not always the case. Many of them simply direct these blessings to the acquisition of more money and some of them even become ruthless in this regard.  
Your +Karma, your conscious Talent, is a image.png "Indecision in Love" while your -Karma your hidden, semi or unconscious Talent, the image.png"The Blessed Card" gives you the power and wherewithal to accomplish anything you choose to do. It's your Talent Stack "Catch 22."


DHARMA: The Dharma Bible

I was always jealous of Abe, MLK, Mother Teresa and fellow JACK of Clubs Oprah, because they seemed to have figured out their purpose early in life. Teresa received "the call within the call" when she was 36, King gave his dream speech at 34, Lincoln became president at 52 and Oprah, my Super Heroine, hit her self-help stride at 41. Here I was 63 and my leader, my lover, my wife was gone. I was just as confused and helpless as her young adult children, my step son and daughter. Their bio-dad was alive but functionally incapable of providing solace, while my 13 year relationship with their mother was not family inclusive. Shelby’s favorite counsel was, “deal with what is on the tray in front of you.”


My tray held 100 goats, 3 cows, 60 laying hens, our two-fulltime help, Abundio and Carmella, and way too much responsibility for a Purpose in Life avoider like me. My attorney brother-in-law suggested selling the farm, livestock and barrel. Oh, how I wished I could have done that but guilt comes with abundance when following the path of least resistance. Although, the Anala Goat Company, was Shelby’s dream, not mine, what would she say?

I stayed, got to experience decision-making and the weekly financial challenges of a $1,100 payroll, $500 feed bill and $600 mortgage. It was my karmic payback for those six years of Goat Farming 101, subtitled, “Make $100,000 a year, from 50 goats on five acres.” A lot easier said, when your partner is a CPA Systems Analyst and knows what she’s doing or at least thinks that it’s her calling.



It took a year of selling milk, chevre, feta, kefir, chickens, eggs, honey, sausage and rabbits at eight farmers’ markets a week, but I did it. When a neighbor knocked on my trailer house door and agreed to buy the farm, I was free, free at last. Now, sixty-four I still didn’t have a clue about my purpose in life other than, it wasn’t goat farming.



Now, I had a guilt free $150,000 in cash on my tray with nary a crumb of responsibility, a purpose avoider’s dream come true. I was off to Eugene, Oregon to marry, or at least sleep with, the woman of my dreams. My first wife, claimed that I, “didn’t know what a relationship was.” Well, paraphrasing Clinton, “It depends on what your definition of was, was.” Ms. Eugene picked up right off where my first relationship ended with, “You don’t know who you are.”


I guessed that explained why, I also didn’t know my purpose in life. Ms. Eugene had over-dosed on self-awareness at Sai Baba’s ashram in India and couldn’t wait to dismember my sense of self-worth garnered in my ten years of goat farming. However, my alternate class to Goat Farming 101, was “Finding Your Dharma,” your purpose in life. This subject matter appealed to her, where discussing the benefits of animal fats went against her vegetarian grain. On our 800th visit to the new and used bookstores, we discovered Gary Goldschneider’s The Secret Language of Destiny.

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4th Turning Generations



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