Number 3 in Numerology

By Kavita Chhibber

The one thing I’ve seen in people born under number 3 is that they are very gifted but also like things their own way or they lose interest. Number 3 is ruled by Jupiter which is considered the biggest benefic and brings many blessings. While people who are born on the 3rd, 12th, 21st and 30th of the month are called the number 3 people, there seems to be an attraction or chemistry between them and numbers 1, 6, and 9 as well.

Number 3 people are strongly ambitious and independent and closest in character to number 1 people. They usually start working early on in life and have to often rough it out. However the hard lessons learnt early on become a ladder of success for them in later years.

They usually do things on a grand scale and will not hesitate to take a chance. They are fond of materialistic things and are willing to work hard for their success. They don’t like being told what to do and if they are not given a free hand they tend to give up or walk away.

Ideally number 3 people should be self employed. They are usually very popular with the opposite sex, and gain from traveling, which they enjoy. They have strong family attachments especially with their parents and like harmony in their personal lives. They make loving and loyal romantic partners, and have a positive and optimistic nature in general.

Sometimes their forthrightness creates misunderstandings as does their independent attitude towards handling things their own way. Number 3 is a very philanthropic number and these people will step forward to even help those who have hurt them in the past, if needed.

They are in general god fearing with high moral values.

Number 3 people tend to suffer from overstrain of the nervous system, back trouble and skin eruptions. A lot of their health problems are stress related usually. They should incorporate beets, cherries, all kids of other berries, apples, olives, mint, nutmeg and cloves, figs, wheat and hazel nuts as part of their diet regularly, do yoga and deep breathing exercises as well as walk in fresh air.

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