What’s in 3-1-1?
Someone tried checking for articles relating to the number patterns 3-1-1 and 3-1-1-1. And there was none. Don’t worry as the disappointment is short since I’m sharing my observations on the searched patterns in today’s article.
Let’s begin with the 3-1-1 pattern first, putting other essential and influencing factors aside (like other numbers present in the chart) and analyse the pattern on an “as is” basis from Elements of Numbers (EON) perspective.In basic theory, we can correlate the number 3 as fast, furious, creative, passion, sharp, focused, short-temp, sexuality and hurtful. We could also correlate the number 1 as alone, lonely, leader, egoistic, prideful, innovative, and competitive. Indeed, there are other traits that we could correlate to both numbers 1 and 3, and the mentioned ones are just sample traits.
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Now, with the 3-1-1 pattern, we could easily interpret that as [Fast – Alone – Alone], and 3-1-1-1 as [Fast – Alone – Alone – Alone]. From Five Elements principle, it’s all about Fire (number 3) and Metal (number 1) elements.
With above sample traits and elements, that implied a person with the 3-1-1 pattern in the chart (be they present in Birth or Personal Year charts) could inhibit behaviours like hot-temper (bipolar, body pain, ache, and bruises), mental illness (like frequent headache, migraines), short-termed passion and creativity, and some others. In some form, they could be making excuses, over promising and under delivering, and/or unhesitatingly ‘shoot’ (like talk, debate, argue, and sharp-tongue) first before thinking. Outsiders might avoid getting in touch with the person for fear of hurting and temper-rising experience. Eventually, this person might feel lonesome, even if he or she is not alone. They might seek sanctuary in living an isolated hermit’s world – preferring to work or stay in isolation, and build up the stubbornness and lack of tenacity attitudes, and inculcate a pessimistic aptitude. Some people might stereotype them as “crazy” or “mad” as they could be seen “talking to themselves” which is more of a habit of reinforcing what’s on their minds than communicating with an “imaginary” person. Oh, besides the sexuality traits, there’s sense of spirituality and religious beliefs in them too.
Now, if you know of anyone who has such a pattern (i.e., 3-1-1) in their chart, just let them ‘voice out’ what they wanted to say, even if the words you hear could be hurtful, demeaning, and/or unfounded or sounds nonsensical. It’s their beliefs to be direct and frank, and not giving watered-down messages. And when they’re calm and at ease, you’ll find it comforting to talk diplomatically and sensibly to them as their mental and logical thinking “is back.” Often, you could be encouraging them to plan ahead what they have in mind, before talking. In a way, it’s getting them to inculcate the habit of formulating their thoughts before verbal actions.
Let’s revisit the 3-1-1 pattern again especially those weaker in visualisation. I’ll aply my preferred approach – using visualisation technique – to ‘paint’ the picture. Imagine a tiny laser (3) cutting on a double-layered (1-1) metal sheets. Chances are, the top-layered metal sheet might be cut or ‘burned’ but not the bottom-layer sheet. When the top-layered metal sheet is cut, they’re happy. But when the laser could not cut the bottom-layer sheet, they gave up. Eventually, the task isn’t complete. This could suggest the person is very focused and passionate about acting on what they wanted to do, but their sustainability and perseverance remains to be seen. It’s like a half-completed job or a shoddy workmanship; and someone giving excuses without hesitation, about why they could not complete the job or delivering their promises. In summary, it’s like a person who don’t think or formulate their thoughts well before they take action. They tend to be reckless, critical, quick-tempered, narrow-mindedness, fast action behaviours, boastful, and showing signs of ‘brotherhoods’ proudness (for man) or ‘sisterhoods’ attitude (for woman).
From the gist of what I’ve just mentioned, we could also say that a person with 3-1-1 pattern have the tendency to misinterpret what others are saying, assume what they’d interpreted was correct without verification, and often with the “I thought you meant this, and not that” excuses.
From another standpoint and using extended EON principles, the 3-1-1 could denote a highly intellectual person, a leader, or someone with authority. However, there are tendency signs they are often distracted by both left- and right-brain reasoning states – making a decision can be a little challenging for them depending on their acceptance based on logical ‘conventional and best practices’ reasoning; or taking challenges through ‘unconventional and away from the norms’ creative actions. To them, “actions speak louder than words” due to their weaker communicative skills.
Now, that’s briefly my observations on the 3-1-1 pattern. As to the 3-1-1-1 pattern, it’s almost similar to the traits I have mentioned so far (for 3-1-1) except that this person might have higher responsibilities when it comes to financial management, and someone with a optimistic upfront personality but with pessimistic sensitivities. It’s like unconsciously “saying A but doing B” actions, frequently but unintentionally.
Lastly, as said earlier, what I’ve mentioned earlier is based on the 3-1-1 (311) and 3-1-1-1 (3111) patterns strictly. In many cases, you might noticed varying levels of the traits in similarity, due to the fact that there are other numbers in close proximity with the said patterns in the chart. And more often than not, and unless there are numbers 1 and 3 reinforcing the existing traits mentioned, you will find that the person’s behaviours and actions might not be similar to those I have mentioned.
The important thing is to be aware of the possible traits the person might inhibit especially when the number patterns are also present in the Personal Year or Personal Day charts. That would give rise to influencing vibes with “Double Effects” outcomes. Taking actions and making right preventive steps when you are well-informed (of possible negative outcomes) is better than disbelieving yourself (with the “it’ll never happen to me” thinking) and doing nothing about it. Whatever it is, you have a life – live it to the fullest.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun