Characteristics and Traits
Balanced-Your steadiness and ability to stick through things is appreciated by many. Your loyal and steadfast presence in relationships earns you partner’s gratitude. Methodical and thorough wins the day.
Assertive-All work and no play makes Johny dull. Be careful that dedication does not become a workaholic addiction. Too much blind loyalty can lead to being deceived and betrayed.
Passive-Stubbornness and willfulness are two of the traits that can become killers to personal growth and harmonious interaction with others. What some call laziness is more often passive anger.
Balanced-You feel like there is a greater purpose for your life that just doing the mundane things you do so well. You are attracted to work projects that benefit mankind and improve efficiency in the work place.
Assertive-You can become smug and pretentious in your secular or religious beliefs. Your attempt to convert others to your way of doing things can turn off potential friends and associates.
Passive-You sit and wait for fate or God, or maybe a benign billionaire to hand you the gifts of life you think you deserve. It is hard for you to get started and do it for yourself. What is it about something like God helps those who help themselves.
Integrated Self Number
Balanced-Part of your work is here, and part of your work is in the heavens. You bring an insight into the art of labor that is far ahead of others and streamlines the process. You know when to change the job, and when to change the job leader.
Assertive-There is a kind of superior attitude that can go with this that implies you have some superior knowledge to others. That could be true, but you can be ineffectual implementing it if your arrogance gets in the way.
Passive-You have wisdom and practical skills to accomplish much, and yet you sit and wait for some magic force to come and get it done. You are learning that you are the magic, and it might be time to get it done.
Balanced-It may take you a little longer than some others to find your work in life. And, once you do find it, you do it with relish, thoroughness and great joy along the way.
Assertive-Your effort to succeed can get in the way of your natural abilities to succeed. There is a time for pushing, and a time for pulling. Find the inner and outer rhythm and you will go far.
Passive-You sit and enjoy a glorious vision as to what you can do. You think that others should get it done for you. It is just possible you are still looking at the vision when your life comes to an end. You just may want to make it happen now.
Interrelationship With Number 1
For further information about the interaction of numbers see Lynn’s book, Numerology: Nuances in Relationships.
Balanced-It won’t be easy, but there are many rewards if you can make it work. The 1 can inspire and move the 4 to get going and will know that the 4 will get it done right. Shortcuts will be tempting for you, and usually do not work out.
Assertive-There can be endless debates and disagreements about the best way to get things done. You can easily slip into indulgences and addictive patterns together.
Passive-Your indecision and hesitation cause you to miss out on opportunities that could add much reward to your lives. It is easy to get involved in cults or toxic groups.
Interrelationship With Number 2
Balanced-One plus two equals three. This can be a most pleasant straight forward relationship based upon simplicity, harmony and working together to create beautiful things.
Assertive-The 1 can bother the 2 with self-centeredness and insensitive actions. The 2 can bother the 1 with nitpicking and ego deflating sarcasm.
Passive-You both snipe at each other while you both do little to improve things. Fear of public reaction and anti-social dispositions can turn other away.
Interrelationship With Number 3
Balanced– You can be playful, passionate and proud of what you accomplish together. You see a creative opportunity where others only see the limitations that social thinking has set for the norm.
Assertive-Your careless and reckless ways leaves more chaos behind than construction. You mock regulations and sidestep guidelines that define safety and standards.
Passive-You are afraid, or perhaps resentful to give your best offerings to associates or to society. You may cling to your own strategy or product even when shown it will not succeed.
Interrelationship With Number 5
Balanced-Although you go about things in an almost opposite manner, when you work cooperatively you can make the unimaginable real for you and for others.
Assertive-When the 4 wants to work, the 5 wants to play. And, when the 5 wants to play, the 4 tries desperately to discipline and keep in line.
Passive-You may have the same dream, but scatter you collective energies and compete to convert the other more than assist each other.
Interrelationship With Number 6
Balanced-In different ways you both seek security and steadiness that comes from knowing what to expect from partner.
Assertive-You live more by combined rules that you have mutually se in placet to protect yourselves from the fear of rejection and loss.
Passive-The 4 gets pissed and will not do what the 6 wants and the 6 will not give the emotional support that the 4 wants.
Interrelationship With Number 7
Balanced-This works when the practical 4 works in harmony with the logical 7. It can be a good team for constructing dreams, commerce or designs of any sort. At best you offer visionary and farsighted new concepts.
Assertive-There can be a tendency here to become aggressive and overconfident about your conceptions and ideas, while being out of touch with what is really wanted and need by your potential recipients.
Passive– You may differ frequently when it comes to planning, logistics and strategy. Rigidity of plan and purpose can spoil stepping into adventurous and innovative projects.
Interrelationship With Number 8
Balanced-Your hard working natures and organizational skills are a good fit in managing and directing. This combination can overcome obstacles well and set efficiency standards for others.
Assertive-Your obsessive drive and impersonal way of going about things can lead to stepping on many toes and hurting feelings; not to mention create strong adversaries.
Passive-Could have, should have may be a large part of the vocabulary in your later years as you reminisce about the opportunities squandered and losses that might have been winners.
Interrelationship With Number 9
Balanced-You can be miles apart in life philosophy and mode of action. And, yet, if you stay together there is much that can be learned and enormous growth attained.
Assertive-The self-centered 1 and the socio-centered 9 will often find that there is a clash of priorities and motives when doing things together.
Passive-You suffer from defeatism and cynical negativity before you even get started. That may be why you never get much done.