Given the critical issues of 2010, I thought it would be interesting to explore the compatibility of our president-elect and our country at this time. This analysis is not meant to be political in any way. I find it’s interesting and exciting to explore the energy dynamics of relationships. Let’s look at the highlights of the two personalities.
President Obama’s personality numbers show the qualities that make him so charismatic; his talent for inspirational speaking, his masterful skill in diplomacy, his drive for power, and his ability to build a vision into concrete form. From now on in his life, the ability to be flexible is important to his success. He needs to be prepared to change direction rapidly, putting past opinions aside when a more effective solution is presented. Indeed, change (sometimes drastic) and variety are positive forces for his success. Obstacles for the President are a tendency to be stubborn and to value outward expressions of power over inner authority. He has a challenge with making decisions, sometimes over-analyzing to the point of being unable to make up his mind, and sometimes deciding hastily without fully considering long-term consequences. He has the ability to make sound decisions, but does not always trust it.
The U.S.A. is a different personality. Born to be an instrument of change, the numbers of the U.S. show its focus on freedom and acceptance of differences, the drive to be of service to all people, and its irrevocable position of power in the world as a builder and as a leader. Challenges for the U.S. are its tendency to let stubbornness and haste override diplomacy and to impose its ideas on others rather than arrive at conclusions by consensus. The U.S. needs to learn to use patience in building solid structures within its borders as well as in its international relationships. Indeed, patient building is a source of added power for the U.S. and a vital key to its success. Communication for the U.S. needs strengthening, so our leaders need to make extra effort to be clear and open in their communication, so that others clearly understand proposed policies in order to make informed decisions about implementing those policies.
Let’s see how these two vibrations combine. The vibration of the U.S. values flexibility, where President Obama’s focus, once he has made a decision, is on following the course he has chosen without variation, causing relationship challenges. The two entities are compatible in terms of the ability to build for the greater good, and this strengthens their relationship. President Obama is a mental personality, preferring to take plenty of time to think things through before deciding, whereas the U.S. is more physical/action-oriented, understanding the value of careful consideration, but within abbreviated time limits. The president has a well-developed intuition, whereas the U.S. has a minimal level of intuition in its vibration. Both entities are emotionally compatible, neither being overly emotional.
The Personal Year cycle for each entity is also important to the success of these two energies working in harmony. Let’s consider the Personal Year for each one.
President Obama’s personal year for 2010 is the number 7. For Obama, this a year of introspection, study, research, and reevaluating. It is a time of spiritual and mental housecleaning. It can be a time of renewal for him if he faces and resolves the issues that come forward for him, since this is a time for honesty and facing the truth. For example, this is the perfect time for him to reevaluate decisions and openly address personal issues. His faith is also tested this year. It is best for him to allow developments to unfold naturally, guiding rather than trying to force them. He will find it important to take time for being alone to regroup, but not to become isolated.
The U.S.A.’s personal year for 2010 is the number 6. It is a time for our country’s attention to be focused on domestic issues, since this is the number for home, family, and health. How appropriate, given the serious domestic issues that have come forward this year; the heated illegal alien issues, the B.P. oil spill on our shores, our health care issues, and the critical unemployment situation. Six is also the number of responsibility and healing, so the energy is right for resolving these issues for the higher good of all. Relationships are most important among leaders and their constituents within our borders this year, with the international community in second place. When people are emotionally out of balance under the influence of the number six, the energy turns to judgment of others, having to be right all the time, and needing to have the last word, creating a combative environment.
These two numbers are incompatible with each other, as the number 7 is about personal evaluation and the number 6 is outgoing, concerning community and relationships. President Obama has a fine line to walk, influenced by the number 7 in his personal life and, at the same time, being responsible for guiding the country through its number 6 cycle. With understanding, one can use incompatible numbers to advantage. President Obama can use his personal year energy to help the country by probing for the truth with respect to our domestic issues and, after conferring with his advisors, trusting his intuition to guide him to choose the right solutions, using advice as a means of evaluation rather than as ends in themselves.
I welcome your comments and questions. More exciting numerology facts and stories next time. Until then, make it a happy day.