Characteristics and Traits
Balanced– You give a lot of attention to getting along with others. Your openly friendly and tactful approach readily puts people at ease. More often you get things done quietly behind the scenes through negotiation, rather than through direct confrontation.
Assertive-You can be meddlesome and intrusive with your constant need to pry into other people’s matters, all in the name of being neighborly. Your obsession with details and constant criticism of others other’s efforts gets to be annoying and resented.
Passive-You can be wily, winsome and, if needed, wicked in your subtle games of planting suggestions that make other people think what they are doing is their own idea. This is the silver tongued manipulator with the subtle stiletto undercurrent sting.
Balanced-You dance in an out of many worlds and levels of consciousness. More often it is through unconscious dreams or symbols. And, for some of you it is a conscious act of awareness. You are able to see both sides of an issue, and seek to reconcile divisiveness whenever possible.
Assertive-Your muddled vision of heaven and spirituality is mixed with ego and at times disdain for the divine process. You can become evangelical and fanatical about your beliefs, while deriding others.
Passive-It is easy for you to live in victim consciousness and blame god and/or other universal forces for you bad fortune. This can turn into cynicism and contempt when taken to the extreme.
Integrated Self Number
Balanced-There is a strong tendency toward idealism and attraction to groups or souls who espouse a utopian world. You seek to find harmony among people with these ideals and aspirations to establish that perfect world society.
Assertive-Your distorted idealism can cause you to become gullible and mislead by people who are deceptive and deeply involved in programs with hidden agendas. You can easily mistake anger with self-righteous compulsiveness.
Passive-You are distrusting, critical and tend to be divisive within the group or organization that you belong to. You set such a high standard that it is difficult for anything or anyone to please you.
Balanced-You are learning to move amid diverse groups and circumstances of life. Many choices will come your way and it seems whenever an opportunity arises, there is another right there to consider.
Assertive-You may try too hard to get along and be accepted. In the process you can lose your own identity and purpose by compromising to fit the expectations of someone else. You can easily become manipulative rather than helpful.
Passive-You become upset and even bitter when you have done so much to help others and little return comes your way. You can easily fall into a pattern of becoming petty, critical and ready to judge rather than learn.
Interrelationship With Number 1
For further information about the interaction of numbers see Lynn’s book, Numerology: Nuances in Relationships.
Balanced-You can learn to be more decisive and direct from the 1, while the 1 can benefit from acquiring your flair for courtesy, patience and deliberation before impulse. This can be a very creative pair.
Assertive– You become bored with the 1’s self-importance and lack of sensitivity. Your constant criticism can become depleting and discourage harmony.
Passive– You can irritate the 1 to pieces by becoming overly critical and deliberately stalling the number 1’s plans and actions. Together you just never seem to get anything done right, if at all.
Interrelationship With Number 3
Balanced-Together you are playful, practical and possibly on the road a lot. The 3’s inspiration combined with the 2’s eye for detail allows you to get things done well and successfully.
Assertive-You can deflate the 3’s enthusiasm and imagination with your fear of public criticism and snobbery. It is easy for you to manipulate the 3’s emotions and insecurities rather than fiving support.
Passive-Often moody and whining, your neediness drains the 3’s emotions and prevents any fun or healthy excitement. You are irritated by the 3’s tendency toward dramatization and overreaction.
Interrelationship With Number 4
Balanced-Together you can build a stable, effective and mutually satisfying life together. Your blend of patience and practical may be slow coming, but more often than not turns out well.
Assertive-You push, prod and complain and expect others to get everything done for you. Seldom satisfied with results, it is easy to turn complaining and derisive rather than encouraging.
Passive– Your plodding, nagging relationship breeds contempt and frequent arguments. You complain about the neighbors and everything around you, without seeing your own repressed anger and issues.
Interrelationship with Number 5
Balanced-The 2 can learn to loosen up and live from the 5, while the 5 can learn to slow down a little and pay attention to what is going on within and around. You may seek deeper life mysteries together.
Assertive-You slip through life without much cause or concern, and do little to find meaning or deeper purpose. Your superficiality and carelessness is a turn off to those who might benefit you.
Passive-You live fearful, worried and unlikely to take many risks or decisive moves in your life. It is easy to find strict codes and beliefs of discipline and denial to justify your lack of accomplishment.
Interrelationship With Number 6
Balanced-The 2’s attention to small details and attunement to public taste and trends, along with the 6’s knowing how people feel and want, makes for high potential for success.
Assertive-You are socially pushy and demanding when it comes to what you want from life and others. It is easy for you to manipulate and maneuver rather that cooperate and interact directly.
Passive-It is easy for you as a couple to worry and wait too long until opportunity has passed and disappointment sets into your life. You expect to be taken care of by society or someone else.
Interrelationship With Number 7
Balanced-You are wise, wondering and curious in your search through life and its experiences. You seek peace, harmony and goodness for yourselves and the world.
Assertive-You can be excessively optimistic and idealistic in your pursuit of life. You are frequently disappointed by people who do not live up to your expectations.
Passive-It is easy for you to collectively become skeptical and even cynical about the people and events in the world around you. You are prone to extreme and radical ideas and policies.
Interrelationship With Number 8
Balanced-There is a high potential of power and possibilities for this combination to do much with and in life. The meticulous 2 and orderly 8 are capable of combing the right tolls for success.
Assertive-You step on too many toes and show both disdain and disregard for the value and accomplishment of others. It is tempting to bypass certain social laws and customs to get what you want.
Passive-You blame others for your lack of success when it is due to the fact you refuse to put in effort and directed dedication necessary to achieve the best results. You are sloppy and careless.
Interrelationship With Number 9
Balanced-Your knack of sensing public taste and tends allows for creative success and attainment of mutual dreams. You are likely to share mutual interest in a particular cause or organization.
Assertive-Fantasies, illusions and grandiose dreams (and sometimes schemes) abound, but rarely become reality with your together. Emotions run how and often out of control.
Passive-You languish in despair and are prone to blame society, the government and anyone else but yourselves for the lack of merit and success in your life.
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