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THE RIGHT TIME FOR THE RIGHT ACTION


Individual Forecast
Daily Forecast
Monthly Forecast
Comparison Forecast
 

Did you ever wonder why hard work doesn't always pay and why things don't always go the way you want? The answer is timing! Everything in the universe works together like parts of a clock. When all the right elements align, the right outcome shows up; when they don't, no amount of hard work will produce the desired result.

CelestialTiming is a unique site that gives you a glance inside the "universal clock" and allows you to identify the right timing for interactions and events. CelestialTiming provides a dynamic psychological portrait of a person at any point in time and offers a path to self-discovery, self-mastery, and success in personal and business matters. Enjoy the site, use the information you discover, and most of all, have success in everything you do! 

 

FORECAST OPTIONS


The site offers several forecast options that provide individuals with information about how different aspects of personality change depending on the natural rhythms of the universe. The forecasts can be designed for a specific point in time or for a period of time. The site uses the individual's birth time, birth place, and current location to calculate celestial rhythms and present them on a number of scales. The scales form the foundation of the forecasts. 

Click on the tabs below to read about each forecast option.


Snapshot forecast
Day-long forecast
Month-long forecast
Comparison forecast
  • A snapshot forecast shows person's energetic signature at the time the forecast is created.


    Meaning of the scales

    The combination of the scales listed below provides a dynamic psychological portrait of a person (mood, state of mind, etc.) at any point in time. The descriptions of the scales can help you make informed decisions about actions and events.

    1. Self-esteem 


    This scale deals with a person's level of self-esteem, enthusiasm, and leadership ability. It illustrates how the person feels about him or herself, and how confident he or she is in facing the day. It shows how much energy the person has to deal with whatever comes along and whether he or she would rather lead or take a back seat on any particular day.  
    2. Peace, balance 


    This scale deals with person's emotional stability and family orientation. It shows his or her propensity to remain calm and seek out a compromise in a difficult situation. It reflects the love and care the person feels towards his or her family and fellow human beings.
    3. Communication


    This scale deals with person's intellectual curiosity, and ability to study and communicate. It shows how well the person can process new information, and express his or her feelings, needs, and desires.
    4. Magnetism 


    This scale deals with person's magnetism and ability to cooperate. It reflects her or her ability to be diplomatic and engage in productive negotiations. It also shows the person's appreciation of beauty and ability to attract others.
    5. Energy, ambition


    This scale deals with person's ability to compete. It measures physical and emotional energy. It shows how much ambition the person has and how far he or she is willing to go to fight for what is wanted. It reflects the person's willingness to "take up arms" rather than seek compromise.
    6. Luck, generosity 


    This scale deals with luck, generosity, and fairness. It reflects the person's chances for success in starting new endeavors, his or her sense of what is just and fair, and the tendency for good will and generosity.
    7. Self-control  
    This scale deals with self-control, stability, and concentration. It reflects the amount of self-discipline a person has in dealing with people, situations, and one's desires.

    Real-life application

     

    Going out

    Rita V. got a call at 11:00 p.m. one night. Her friend was asking her to go to a party. It sounded like fun, but Rita wasn't sure if it was a good idea. She created a snapshot forecast to see how the evening might go.  The forecast showed scale 1 (self-esteem), scale 5 (energy), and scale 7 (self-control) highly positive, which meant that Rita would feel energized and comfortable with herself, but at the same time would have enough restraint to keep herself out of trouble. She went to the party and had a great time. 

  • A day-long forecast charts "moods" of the distinct aspects of personality over the course of a day, allowing you to see a change in energy from hour to hour. If you need to decide on the best time for a meeting or a conversation, this would be the right option to choose.  


    Meaning of the scales

    The combination of the scales listed below provides a dynamic psychological portrait of a person (mood, state of mind, etc.) at any point in time. The descriptions of the scales can help you make informed decisions about actions and events.

    1. Self-esteem 


    This scale deals with a person's level of self-esteem, enthusiasm, and leadership ability. It illustrates how the person feels about him or herself, and how confident he or she is in facing the day. It shows how much energy the person has to deal with whatever comes along and whether he or she would rather lead or take a back seat on any particular day.  
    2. Peace, balance 


    This scale deals with person's emotional stability and family orientation. It shows his or her propensity to remain calm and seek out a compromise in a difficult situation. It reflects the love and care the person feels towards his or her family and fellow human beings.
    3. Communication


    This scale deals with person's intellectual curiosity, and ability to study and communicate. It shows how well the person can process new information, and express his or her feelings, needs, and desires.
    4. Magnetism 


    This scale deals with person's magnetism and ability to cooperate. It reflects her or her ability to be diplomatic and engage in productive negotiations. It also shows the person's appreciation of beauty and ability to attract others.
    5. Energy, ambition


    This scale deals with person's ability to compete. It measures physical and emotional energy. It shows how much ambition the person has and how far he or she is willing to go to fight for what is wanted. It reflects the person's willingness to "take up arms" rather than seek compromise.
    6. Luck, generosity 


    This scale deals with luck, generosity, and fairness. It reflects the person's chances for success in starting new endeavors, his or her sense of what is just and fair, and the tendency for good will and generosity.
    7. Self-control  
    This scale deals with self-control, stability, and concentration. It reflects the amount of self-discipline a person has in dealing with people, situations, and one's desires.

    Real-life application

      

    Planning a family dinner

    Lily B. had to invite her in-laws for dinner. She was not too fond of the idea and wanted to find the time when she was less likely to get frustrated. After creating a day-long forecast for Saturday, she saw that after 5 p.m., scale 2 (peace, balance, family orientation) and scale 7 (self-control) were highly positive, which meant that at that time, she would feel the most at peace with her family and would have enough self-control to deal with people with whom she did not easily get along. The Saturday evening with in-laws was quite pleasant.

     Buying a house

    Sandy K. was buying a house. Her real estate agent called her and said that the closing would be scheduled for August 4. Sandy told the agent that she needed a minute to figure out her availability. After running a day-long forecast for August 4, Sandy saw that her scales 1 (self-esteem), 3 (communication), and 7 (self-control) were higher between 4 and 6 in the afternoon. This meant that she would feel confident in, there would be clear and accurate communication during the process, and that no legal mistakes or inaccuracies would be committed. Sandy scheduled the closing for 4 p.m. and the closing went very smoothly.

  • A month-long forecast charts "moods" of the distinct aspects of personality over the course of a month, allowing you to see a change in energy over a period of time. For example, you might want to see if taking your vacation is better at the beginning of the month or at the end. When viewing an individual monthly forecast, you can select how many scales you want to track. Check the scales you want to see and they will be graphed for you. 


    Meaning of the scales

    The combination of the scales listed below provides a dynamic psychological portrait of a person (mood, state of mind, etc.) at any point in time. The descriptions of the scales can help you make informed decisions about actions and events.

    1. Self-esteem 


    This scale deals with a person's level of self-esteem, enthusiasm, and leadership ability. It illustrates how the person feels about him or herself, and how confident he or she is in facing the day. It shows how much energy the person has to deal with whatever comes along and whether he or she would rather lead or take a back seat on any particular day.  
    2. Peace, balance 


    This scale deals with person's emotional stability and family orientation. It shows his or her propensity to remain calm and seek out a compromise in a difficult situation. It reflects the love and care the person feels towards his or her family and fellow human beings.
    3. Communication


    This scale deals with person's intellectual curiosity, and ability to study and communicate. It shows how well the person can process new information, and express his or her feelings, needs, and desires.
    4. Magnetism 


    This scale deals with person's magnetism and ability to cooperate. It reflects her or her ability to be diplomatic and engage in productive negotiations. It also shows the person's appreciation of beauty and ability to attract others.
    5. Energy, ambition


    This scale deals with person's ability to compete. It measures physical and emotional energy. It shows how much ambition the person has and how far he or she is willing to go to fight for what is wanted. It reflects the person's willingness to "take up arms" rather than seek compromise.
    6. Luck, generosity 


    This scale deals with luck, generosity, and fairness. It reflects the person's chances for success in starting new endeavors, his or her sense of what is just and fair, and the tendency for good will and generosity.
    7. Self-control  
    This scale deals with self-control, stability, and concentration. It reflects the amount of self-discipline a person has in dealing with people, situations, and one's desires.

    Real-life application

     

    Asking for a raise

    Mary S. wanted to ask her supervisor for a raise. She created a month-long forecast and saw that on Monday, scale 1 (self-esteem) was deep in the negative, which would mean that on that day she would not feel sufficiently confident to present her case. On Tuesday and Wednesday, scale 1 went into the positive area, but scale 6 (fairness, luck) went very low, which meant that even if she was confident in herself, she was not likely to get what she deserved. On Thursday, however, scales 1 and 6 were highly positive. That was the day she chose to speak with her boss. Several weeks later, Mary's raise was put into effect retroactively.

    Exam

    Martha H. was planning on taking an online exam. To select the best day, she created a month-long forecast. On April 27, scale 1 (self-esteem) and scale 3 (self-expression, learning) were somewhat law, which meant that she would not feel confident on the exam, and that she might have difficulty processing information and expressing herself well. Scale 6 (fairness, luck) was very low, showing that even if she did her best, she was likely to get a grade that would be lower than what she deserved. On April 29, however, scales 1, 3, and 6 were higher, which meant that she would feel more confident, provide good answers, and be fairly rewarded (get a good grade). While scale 6 continued to climb into May, Martha had to take the exam before the end of April, so she settled for the 29th.

    Martha then decided to select the best time of day for the exam. She created an individual daily forecast for April 29 and picked the time when scale 2 (emotional stability) and scale 3 (communication) were higher. Martha took the test at 10 a.m. on April 29 and passed it on the first try.

  • A comparison forecast shows how the rhythms of two individuals fit together, allowing you to find the times in both forecasts that are beneficial for specific actions and interactions.


    Meaning of the scales

    The combination of the scales listed below provides a dynamic psychological portrait of a person (mood, state of mind, etc.) at any point in time. The descriptions of the scales can help you make informed decisions about actions and events.

    1. Self-esteem 


    This scale deals with a person's level of self-esteem, enthusiasm, and leadership ability. It illustrates how the person feels about him or herself, and how confident he or she is in facing the day. It shows how much energy the person has to deal with whatever comes along and whether he or she would rather lead or take a back seat on any particular day.  
    2. Peace, balance 


    This scale deals with person's emotional stability and family orientation. It shows his or her propensity to remain calm and seek out a compromise in a difficult situation. It reflects the love and care the person feels towards his or her family and fellow human beings.
    3. Communication


    This scale deals with person's intellectual curiosity, and ability to study and communicate. It shows how well the person can process new information, and express his or her feelings, needs, and desires.
    4. Magnetism 


    This scale deals with person's magnetism and ability to cooperate. It reflects her or her ability to be diplomatic and engage in productive negotiations. It also shows the person's appreciation of beauty and ability to attract others.
    5. Energy, ambition


    This scale deals with person's ability to compete. It measures physical and emotional energy. It shows how much ambition the person has and how far he or she is willing to go to fight for what is wanted. It reflects the person's willingness to "take up arms" rather than seek compromise.
    6. Luck, generosity 


    This scale deals with luck, generosity, and fairness. It reflects the person's chances for success in starting new endeavors, his or her sense of what is just and fair, and the tendency for good will and generosity.
    7. Self-control  
    This scale deals with self-control, stability, and concentration. It reflects the amount of self-discipline a person has in dealing with people, situations, and one's desires.

    Real-life application

     

    Planning a date

    Eric D. had had a long crush on Lisa. When he worked up the nerve to ask her on a date, he wanted to make sure it would go just right. To select the right time, he first created a day-long forecast for himself a picked a time that had the highest reading on scale 1 (self-confidence). This was going to be the time when he would talk to Lisa. He then created a comparison forecast for himself and Lisa. He wanted to see her on Friday night; however, he found that on Friday evening his scale 4 (magnetism) and scale 5 (energy) registered high. The same scales for Lisa, though, measured very low. This meant that if they met on Friday night, they would not develop a close emotional connection or have much sexual chemistry. On Monday night scales 4 and 5 were high for both of them, and even though it was an unusual night for a date, Eric took the chance. He called Lisa at the selected time, and not only did she agree to go out with him, the date went very well, and it became the beginning of serious relationship



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