The 3 symbolises creation, issued from the union of the 1 and the 2, uniting the positive and negative forces. It is the synonym of expression and communication, success, social life and creation, notably of literary and artistic nature. It is associated with the element of air and in analogy with t…
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 1 is the symbol of unity; it is the origin of all things, the breath of creation. A masculine and odd number, it represents the self, the distinct personality of this being, their individuality, ambition, strength, will and energy. It is associated with the element of fire and in analogy with th…
Energetic and extremely likeable, Farida and Abha are particularly open to communication. They could appear to be rather unusual and they certainly cultivate their own individual style. They give the impression that they are strong and self-assured, however the truth is that they are fragile and can lack self-confidence. They compensate for this vulnerability with an ease of expression - they are sunny and cheerful, and their enthusiasm is infectious. Lively and adaptable, they are great actresses who master the art of persuasion and have an answer for everything. They know what to do and say in order to be liked; how to charm, seduce and capture the attention of those around them. They enjoy games and anything that involves having fun, preferring to always look on the bright side of life... Curious creatures, they may take an interest in a hundred-and-one subjects at once without necessarily going into detail in any area. They have a tendency to spread themselves too thinly and can be a little shallow. Clever, dextrous and creative, they are good at fixing and making things. They are strong-willed with a large capacity for action, although their efforts can be inconsistent. Their emotions and relationships can have a considerable influence on their personal or even professional destinies. As little girls, they are mischievous little monkeys. They are real chatterboxes, but luckily, they occasionally stop talking in order to breathe and eat. However, they are often tempted to gossip. Their sharp minds mean that they learn quickly and get bored easily. If they are demotivated or unconvinced of the merits of what they are doing they tend to waste their abilities and just concentrate on having fun... Farida and Abha are very emotionally driven and will do much better at school if they are encouraged and loved. Dancing, drawing and foreign languages are all areas in which they are likely to excel, and are therefore to be encouraged. They require balance and stability.
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What do they like?
Sensitive and imaginative, they seek the company of others and have a profound sense of friendship. They fear loneliness and their emotional lives take priority over everything. They are conciliatory and attentive listeners, qualities that are appreciated by others. They could feel torn between a desire to look out for number one and a longing for unity with others; accomplishment in the professional arena and devoting themselves to family life (conflict between the 1 and the 2).
What do they do?
With such a mobile and unsettled nature, they are likely to choose a career involving expression such as sales or marketing, for example. Farida and Abha could therefore be tempted by any of the following occupations: those in liaison with verbal or written expression: sales representation, journalism, public relations, teaching or university lecturing; or a career as a presenter, singer or actress..., in one of the creative and artistic domains, involving the giving of advice, in relation to children, toys or games..., Independence will be an important factor.
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