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are the basic characteristics of numbers applied to human
behavior. Each number has its own vibrational
characteristics. Each number represents a continuum that
spans the potential characteristics ranging from overbalanced
energy, balanced energy and underbalanced energy.
Therefore, when describing these characteristics one must keep
in mind these three principal tendencies inherent in each
number. This concept can be applied to the basic core
numbers or more advanced delineations including compatibility.
Energy (or Assertive) can be seen as negative potential caused
by the presence of too much of a given energy, as with doubled
core numbers, or the exclusive use of a given energy without the
offsetting use of other available energies.
(Harmonious) is the positive potential which can be developed by
the use of the positive energy.
Energy (Passive) can be seen as negative potential caused by the
lack of a given energy or a limited amount of it, or an
avoidance of the use of that energy.
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A person must distinguish himself from other
people and acknowledge his own INDIVIDUATION. The
individual has to develop the capability of standing on his own
and going from dependence to INDEPENDENCE. Once
independent, the person becomes aware of his potential for
ATTAINMENT as an individual -- for creating and pioneering when
working along, for leading and managing when working.
Overbalanced tendencies: aggressive, antagonistic,
demanding, arrogant, headstrong, self-centered, selfish, etc.
Balanced tendencies: achieving ambitious, assertive,
confident, independent, leader, secure, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: changeable, compliant
dependent insecure, lazy, submissive, weak, etc.
Independence is important but has its
limitations. There are other people all about, and another
lesson involves being a meaningful part of a group -- a small
group like family or friends, a larger group like a business or
community. The person must learn adaptability, service,
consideration for others, i.e., the meaning of a RELATION with
others, the idea of COOPERATION.
Overbalanced tendencies: busybody, condescending,
fault-finding, meddling, oversensitive, timid, unsupportive,
Balanced tendencies: adaptable, agreeable, cautious,
cooperative, receptive, sensitivity to people, trustworthy,
Underbalanced tendencies: apathetic, careless,
discourteous, inconsiderate, rude, tactless, unresponsive,
A person must discover, both as an individual and
as a group member, his capability of EXPRESSION: (1) artistic
expression - writing, painting, sculpting, singing or any of the
many other means of expressing inner thoughts and emotion, and
(2) expression of feelings toward others -- friendship,
affection, love. The JOY OF LIVING can be expressed with
optimism and enthusiasm. There can be purity, even
naiveté here. (This is perhaps, the most enjoyable lesson
of all the numbers.)
Overbalanced tendencies: boastful, conceited,
dilettante, irresponsible, gossipy, extravagant, scatters
energy, superficial, vain, etc.
Balanced tendencies: aesthetic, amicable, comical,
creative, enthusiastic, friendly, happy, literate, lovable,
Underbalanced tendencies: anxious, complaining,
depressed, envious, greedy, pessimistic, spiteful,
temperamental, withdrawn, etc.
Life doesn't always present opportunities for
singing and laughing. Life doesn't always appear expansive
or yours for the taking. Often, it feels just the
opposite. The individual must learn the difficult law of
LIMITATION. Everyone has limitations -- limitations
presented by the environment, by the physical body, by the
restrictions of the individual's viewpoints. Rather than
struggle against these limits, it is necessary to learn to live
with them, to accept them and to make a meaningful existence,
not in spite of the limitations, but because of the
limitations. It is a difficult lesson. The
individual embarking on this course must learn system and
organization, ORDER on a practical level. He must be
prepared to be of SERVICE to others.
Overbalanced tendencies: antagonistic, argumentative,
bigoted, ill-mannered, inflexible, lost in detail, resistant,
Balanced tendencies: accurate, attentive,
conscientious, efficient, frugal, practical, serious,
Underbalanced tendencies: careless, disorganized,
incompetent, irresponsible, plodding, undecided, unemployable,
There is a time for expansion, for dealing with
change, unexpected happenings, adventure. This lesson
usually gives a person an abundance of talents in every
direction, the capability of accomplishing almost anything for
which an opportunity is presented -- and many opportunities are
presented. With the freedom that this abundance of talent
and opportunity brings, life can be exciting. But the
lesson is more difficult: the individual must learn the
CONSTRUCTIVE use of FREEDOM. The individual must not waste
his many talents or misuse his ongoing opportunities; he must
not get lost in solely physical desires -- food, sex, alcohol,
drugs. He must not scatter his potential and end up with
frustration. He must make a meaningful existence by using
Overbalanced tendencies: arbitrary, contrary,
eccentric, frivolous, impatient, over-indulgent, reckless,
thrill-seeking, unstable, etc.
Balanced tendencies: adaptable, adventurous, charming,
dynamic, expansive, free-thinking, gregarious, independent,
lively, spirited, unique, unconventional, versatile, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: apathetic, cautious, fear of
new, fear of freedom, indecisive, stagnant, unadaptable, etc.
A person must learn to give the beauty of love
and harmony, sympathy and understanding, protection and
BALANCE. Along with the balancing, the lesson of
RESPONSIBILITY can be a meaningful one. The individual may
find himself responsible for more than what rightly seems his
share. Others will recognize his strength, and he may be
expected to help them if they are in need and cannot help
themselves. He will probably be the one who holds the
family together, who harmonizes and adjusts difficult
situations. He may choose to limit himself to his family,
his friends, possibly the close community. The friendship
and LOVE the individual expresses to others will come back to
him from those he helps. He can bask in the glory of a job
well done and the quiet reward of friendship and love returned.
The individual's capability at harmony and balance may also
be expressed creatively -- there is the possibility of artistic
Overbalanced tendencies: argumentative, bitter,
critical, dependent, envious, martyr-complex, meddlesome,
sacrificing, servile, smothering, unkind, victimized, etc.
Balanced tendencies: accommodating, adjusting,
affectionate, altruistic, conciliatory, concerned with home,
family and children, dependable, lovable, loving, loyal,
sincere, supportive, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: biased, callous, dishonest,
disloyal, irresponsible, negligent, opinionated, uncooperative,
unfeeling, uninvolved, unresponsive, etc.
There's a time for introspection, a time to
subject all an individual knows to mental analysis, so that
eventually a person possesses much of knowledge and
UNDERSTANDING. Spiritual awareness is employed, and emphasis on
material matters avoided. Desire for material accumulation
will probably lead the individual off the track, for this is a
time for study and meditation, a time to know oneself -- in the
There will be much time spent alone -- the person must learn
to be alone and not feel isolated. Often, the individual
will appear "different" to others -- his way of
thinking or doing may be very much his own and may seem
inexplicable to his fellow man. He must accept that
he is on a different wavelength and find satisfaction in
that. In the world where materialism rates so highly, the
road for the counselor, the professor, the pure researcher may
be a difficult one.
Overbalanced tendencies: aloof, apprehensive, bigoted,
callous, controlling, cool, dark, humorless, impersonal,
pessimistic, sarcastic, thick-skinned, withdrawn, etc.
Balanced tendencies: accurate, analytical, bookish,
cerebral, clairvoyant, intellectual, introspective, meticulous,
occult interests, reflective, spiritual, visionary, wise, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: amateurish, dull,
empty-headed, incompetent, illiterate, lack of depth, slow,
superficial, underdeveloped, vague, etc.
The individual must learn to deal with the
material things of life, the practical matters. He will
find himself at home in the business world -- with much
capability as an efficient administrator or executive. He
will learn how to handle money -- how to accumulate it, how to
spend it wisely. The individual will work for MATERIAL
SATISFACTION. This may mean emphasis on money to buy the
best in houses, cars, furnishings, trips. (Perhaps, if he
can reach the highest level of this lesson, he will see that
material freedom can mean relying very little on money or
material matters. Few ever gain this insight.)
Overbalanced tendencies: abuses power, avaricious,
bullying, corrupt, fanatic, fraudulent, ill-bred, insensitive,
prejudiced, selfish, scheming, stubborn, etc.
Balanced tendencies: administrator, affirmative,
ambitious, dedicated, dependable, effective, good judgment,
principled, prosperous, self-confident, straightforward,
successful, upright, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: cheating, cowardly,
dishonest, immature, lack of confidence, poor judgment,
procrastinating, unorganized, unrealistic, unreliable, weak,
There's a time to learn the satisfaction of
giving to his fellow man. This is a difficult
lesson. The satisfaction comes from the giving.
There is little reward -- the love and friendship are sometimes
returned, the obligation often not repaid. The person must
place all others before himself, must give for the sheer
pleasure of giving, because he has learned the ultimate
satisfaction of SELFLESSNESS and HUMANITARIANISM. The
individual gives (1) by helping others or (2) by giving of
himself in some form of creative expression.
Overbalanced tendencies: capricious, changeable,
deceiving, demanding, impractical, irresponsible, moody,
over-emotional, selfish, self-centered, superficial, unstable,
Balanced tendencies: affectionate, benevolent,
considerate, decent, emotional, feeling, humane, responsive,
sensitive, trustworthy, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: aloof, callous, headstrong,
unbending, uncooperative, unemotional, etc.
The master numbers exist on a higher spiritual
plane than the single digits. The first master number, the
11, must work to develop intuition, to tune into psychic forces
not available to those with lower numbers. He must stand
ready to be a channel with a message from above. In his
life, he must inspire by his own example, living in the way
revealed to him, spreading his ILLUMINATION for others to absorb
and benefit. This number is as difficult as it is
Often, particularly at an early age, the individual is aware
of his special powers yet unable to synthesize them for his own
use or for the good of his fellow man. He is often a
relatively impractical idealist, far more a dreamer than a
doer. There is an undercurrent of nervous tension always
present from the high power sources to which the individual is
attuned. He has to learn to live with his special powers,
to set himself aside from the world of material accumulation in
order to better understand the powerful forces which can reveal
a higher guidance.
Overbalanced tendencies: absolute, extreme nervousness,
fervent, impractical, obsessed, overzealous, undoubting, very
high strung, etc.
Balanced tendencies: clairaudient, clairvoyant,
discerning, dreamy, idealistic, imaginative, inspiring,
mystical, perceptive, revealing truth, telepathic, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: aimless, impractical,
lifeless, pedantic, unaware, unenthusiastic, unfocused, etc.
The second master number, the 22, is potentially
capable of combining the idealism of the first master number,
the 11, with the ability to put these ideals into a concrete
form. Enormous power is available to him to produce on a
significant scale, for the benefit of humanity. When this
potential can be realized, the individual becomes a MASTER
BUILDER, capable of feats well beyond all others.
Few with this number can marshal their forces to reach
anywhere near the ultimate potential. The individual is
aware of the forces within him, aware also of the nervous
tension that accompanies these forces. He spends his time
grappling with powers that are difficult to comprehend and
use. Often, he is seen by is fellow men as a person with
enormous potential who has not, for some unexplained reason,
been able to fully use his capabilities. The highest
potential is also the most difficult to reach.
Overbalanced tendencies: abusive, blatant, conceited,
dominating, extreme nervousness, misusing power, ostentatious,
perverted, self-important, vain, very high-strung, etc.
Balanced tendencies: achieving, benevolent, effective,
enterprising, humanitarian, impelling, influential, ingenious,
intense, productive, successful, uplifting, visionary, etc.
Underbalanced tendencies: aimless, dull, impractical,
lethargic, slow, spiritless, submissive, unimaginative,
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