These are some more advanced patterns, they are some of the ones I
use in answering specific questions. The ones provided are the simplest.
The Via pattern refers to a path. It is used in a situation where the
way is not clear, where whoever is having the reading done (you should
read your own Pokemon as well) can not see the way. I have used this
pattern to gain insights relating to new business ventures or new
directions people take in their life.
Please note that postion 2 and 3 seem fairly undefined, one will be the
nature of the path and the other an obstacle, it depends on the context
of the reading, be cerative but don't lie!
The Puella refers to a woman or girl. I would only really use this pattern
when there are relationship issues which need clarification.
I would use this if someone seeks a new perspective on the object of
their affection, whether this is an actual person of whether they are
just hoping someone will come along and want to know what to look out
Position 1 refers to the mind, how she thinks
2 refers not so much to the feeling of guilt, but to the super-ego
women are filled up with what they feel is expected of them by society
as well as all the expectations dumped upon them by family members,
3 refers to her desire, what she actually wants and the forces
4 is her heart, how she feels deep down inside
5 is the earth, her situation, the reality of where she is right now,
The Puer refers to a boy or man and I'd use it the same as the Puella,
only for a boy or man.
There are some important differences between males and females reflected
in the differences in these patterns.
you will notice that the heart is directly below the head, unlike a
woman who lets what she thinks others think of her and what she really
wants come between how she feels and how she thinks.
desire is still important, but The Father replaces Guilt.
The father does not refer to the man's actual father, it is a male
character (usually fictional) who the man wishes to become or be seen
I don't think I'd use either Puella or Puer in cases where somebody
doesn't want to jump into bed with somebody else, but I'm open to
intersting suggestions on the patterns I use.
The Carcer pattern I use in situation where people are desperate and
see no way out of their predicament - it is not like Via, where the
person wants to know what lies ahead, it is used where the person
sees no future.
1) refers to that which can not be escaped only changed - the Romans
said that a man can travel wherever he likes on earth, but he will do
so under the same heaven - by heaven the meant the sky and their gods,
but also his mind. These are things which changing your situation will
2) refers to what lies before us
3) refers to what we have been given, what we have to work with and
what we need to work around or accomodate
4) is the reality of the situation what couldn't give a damn about
how we may feel about ourselves, what we can not change only know
and use to our advantage through careful planning
5) refers to forces of which we are not aware which could have in
influence over us, things we can't plan for or rely on, niether can
we protect ourselves from them.
6) refers to the path we have taken to get ourselves into this situation.
Remember also when you do a reading that the Pokemon in a position refer
to the forces governing that aspect of our lives or of the situation,
it is not simply a case of "electric in my Love and Marriage means energy",
it means that the power at work in that aspect of your life has an
elecric nature. Pikachu in indomnible and inexhaustable, Mareep represents
static cling while Magnemite is shocking and impersonal - the three
can mean very different things in your Love and Mariage position!
Similarly, when you look at the forces at work in the different positions
of the more advanced patterns, do not look merely at their natures,
but also at their characters.