Well, I originally predicted that Trump’s Wall would be started during the month of March, as the month is a 4 universal month. The number 4 is known for hard work and limitations, both of which have a great deal to do with walls. I haven’t heard anything about the wall, but there have been other ways in which limits have been placed on people and nations during the past month. Here are a few of the headlines:
The United States and Japan held a joint military training exercise. Most Asian countries are very concerned about the threat represented by North Korea. The same day I heard about the training exercise, I also heard about North Korea’s first missile test of the month.
South Korea and the United States worked together to install a missile defense system in South Korea. This was a response to North Korea’s continued testing of missiles. North Korea tested four missiles at once at about the same time.
The United Nations pushed its member nations to enact the sanctions that the U.N. had already voted to place on North Korea. Yes, the first three headlines I mention indicate limitations to be placed on the nation of North Korea. About this time, North Korea held yet another missile test. This one seems to have been a failure.
President Park of South Korea was impeached and removed from office. Last I heard, officials were contemplating arresting her on bribery charges.
The new United State healthcare law that has been debated failed to make it to a vote. Ill health falls under the 4 and the 7, but health care itself falls under the 6 (for responsibility) and the 8 (for business). Several lawmakers pushed too hard to get it going, not realizing that it needed to stay in committee for a couple more months for the best results.
The nuclear power company Westinghouse declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Its parent company, Toshiba, is considering selling off its lucrative computer chip industry to compensate for over 9 billion dollars in losses.
We have had some crazy weather around the world. Some has resulted in deaths, but the most limiting (and possibly the weirdest) weather was a windstorm in Michigan and surrounding states. Winds came very close to hurricane force, but there wasn’t even the hint of a storm otherwise. It knocked out power to most of metro Detroit for several days.
How have the headlines you remember from the month of March limited people?
In numerology, each number has its negative and its positive qualities. Most of the time, the negative qualities show up early in life (or phase of life, when referring to pinnacles, challenges, and major cycles), while the positive qualities show themselves later. This is because most people need to learn how to develop the positive qualities of their numbers. Thus, I have put this series in the Numerology and Your Child series of blogs, and will word things as they apply to children.
There are over a dozen negative qualities (and just as many matching positive qualities) associated with each number. Therefore, I will only cover three or four of the most problematic in this series. Today’s qualities are all associated with the number 1.
Negative Quality: Defiant
Positive Quality: Strikes out alone
The defiant child usually feels that everyone has a say in his life except him. You can start turning this behavior around by acknowledging that feeling. Taking the time to explain why he must or must not do something is often helpful. You can give him the feeling that he has some control in his life by allowing him to make choices, both big and small, and letting him follow through with those choices. You can offer help, but only when he truly needs it. That will help him build the confidence to come to you with his ideas – and helping him follow through on those is a good idea, too.
Negative Quality: Aggressive
Positive Quality: Strong
Aggressiveness can be physical, mental, emotional, or, in rare cases, spiritual. The child who is aggressive usually understands that she is strong, but has no idea how to use that strength. Start turning the behavior around by suggesting ways for her to use her strength to help others instead of hurting them. Take time to talk to her about the difference between aggression and strength. As she starts understanding the positive uses of her strength, start having her come up with ideas on how to use her strength in helpful and useful ways. Chances are good she will have a few ideas that you never thought of.
Negative Quality: Impulsive
Positive Quality: Innovative
The impulsive child does not think about consequences. He sees a problem or something he wants and he does something about it immediately. Start turning this behavior around by giving consequences, and being consistent with them. Talk with him about the consequences of his actions and the effects his actions have on others. If you can catch him before his behavior would result in negative consequences, take the time to talk to him about how to solve his problem. Listen to his ideas, and help him realize what the consequences are for each idea. Thinking things all the way through is what separates the innovator from the impulsive problem solver.
Any negative behavior can be turned positive. You just have to realize what the positive expression of the behavior is and come up with a plan of action to get there. It will take time and effort, but it is worth it.
Many people do not realize what a numerology chart can do for them. Of course, you can always get a numerology chart done just for the fun of it. However, there are several other reasons to get a chart done. Here are a few that some of my clients use: