This is something I've been thinking about for a while. I am aware of the clear teachings about the incojuncts that manifest within the gibbous and full phase.
However, when we have a yod formation, sometimes depending on the speed of the planets relative to one antoher, we might have both legs of the yod being a gibbous inconjunct to the apax planet, or both being a full phase inconjunct.
I'm wondering if you have any reflections on this in your own experience. When workingw with a yod, do you make the apex planet the stationary point from which we calculate the phase, or do you work with the actual phase between the planets?
As an example:
Chiron in Taurus forms an inconjunct to:
Venus in Libra (which is a gibbous inconjunct from Chiron to Venus)
Neptune in Sag (also gibbous from Neptune to Chiron)
VS, making Chiron the apex planet regardless of it's speed. In this case:
Venus in Libra would still be inconjunct
Neptune in Sag would now become a full phase inconjunct
I'd like to understand more about how you suggest working with the relative difference in the inconjunct phases when dealing with the yod pattern as a whole.