The 4 symbolises spirit entering into matter. It’s the square - image of stability, power and construction. It represents work, labour, service and sometimes a certain rigidity or narrow-mindedness. It is associated with the element of earth, the planet Saturn, the signs of Taurus and Capricorn, the…
The 2 is the symbol of duality and diversification. It is each thing and its opposite: yin and yang, hot and cold, day and night, good and bad... A feminine and even number, it represents the other, the partner, spouse or associate. It is associated with the element of water and in analogy with the …
The 11 symbolises transcendence, revelations, intuition, inspiration and the gift of clairvoyance. It is synonymous with a higher intelligence and extremely elevated ideals at an abstract level. It is especially associated with the element of air, the sign of Aquarius, eleventh sign of the zodiac, a…
Particularly shy and reserved, Chawwah and Agam are severely lacking in self-confidence. Introverted, hypersensitive and emotional, they need to feel secure and the affective sphere is essential to their development. Often on the defensive, they can be cautious and wary due to their emotional fragility. With their active imagination and highly intuitive nature they feel apprehensive about life and the world which they deem to be worrying. They therefore tend to be quite withdrawn and like to think things through properly before acting, moving forward in life slowly, but very surely. They don't like to attract attention to themselves and feel uncomfortable if they find themselves in the limelight. Although they are of a nervous disposition they are inclined to internalize their thoughts and feelings, retaining a certain self-control, as difficult as this may be at times. Where work is concerned they can often be divided, revealing themselves to be stubborn, perseverant and anxious to do a good job down to the last detail, whilst at other times, they appear lax, careless and can let themselves go to laziness. This is probably their way of expressing a sort of passive opposition due to a lack of affective motivation. As children, they are extremely vulnerable and terribly introverted, capricious, nervous and particularly exclusive. They are often timid and even fearful, requiring constant reassurance. They therefore need a quiet life, sheltered from noise and agression. At school they are inclined to daydream, however Chawwah and Agam will be much more attentive and hardworking if they like their teacher. They must learn to take responsibility for themselves from a very early age.
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What do they like?
Chawwah and Agam seek friendship, a relationship or partnership because they know that affection is as essential to them as oxygen. They feel stimulated and encouraged by the people they love. They don't cope with solitude very well and make wonderful friends. Discreet and trustworthy, they are attentive listeners who are good at giving advice. The same applies to their romantic lives, they are pleasant and conciliatory and their partner will certainly never feel neglected. They are even capable of disregarding their own desires in order to make their beloved happy... This is especially true if they are able to live their master number 11 and reach emotional maturity. If the 11 is lived an octave below at the level of the 2, Chawwah and Agam could experience a sort of prolonged childhood that is characterized by emotional dependence...
What do they do?
In general, their relationship, home, family and maternity all take priority over their career. Otherwise, they could be attracted to one of the following occupations: in connection with teaching, listening, advice and the care and support of others (especially if they were born on the 11th or if their Life Path Number is 11)..., occupations that promise stability and security, where they will happily assume a subordinate role and progress slowly (public servant, secretary), occupations in liaison with the public (sales) or with children (childrens nurse, educationalist...), or with nature, animals and the land...