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BATTLES OF WILLS AND WITS
Another number in the 20 series, 28, rules that edginess,
that contrariness, that arises when we have the urge to "fight" or to "fight back."
If 28 is a momentary vibration, a daily or yearly one, the one who
is experiencing this moment is encouraged to attempt counter-balancing measures
in order to determine if that for which he wants to fight is a worthy cause
and, secondly, if fighting is the only solution. To be sure, in a 28 moment,
the urge to sue, to prosecute, to shout back insults, to speak up for one's self or
others or to assault will be compelling. 28 calls for
action. 28 "boils the blood." 28 screams "injustice" or "they need
to go down" or "they need to be stopped." 28 says, "Enough! I've had it."
Because actions and words yield karmic return, 28 is cautioned to choose his
battles wisely. Because 28 implies that, not only will their be a winner, but there will also
be a loser, 28 is asked: is it more important to be right
or to win? Define winning. If you win the argument and lose the friend, is
that a win? "He won the battle, but lost the war" is a 28 expression. The
alternate is "win-win" and that is one of life's challenges for the 28 personality
or the 28 moment.
The "8" of the 28 is karma: return on investment, actions and words
sent out and returned. "As above so below" - our thinking affects our physical actions, and the material,
financial exchange of energy and power and money. Does the end (winning)
justify the means? A typical example of that question arises during a horse race:
If the horse is run so hard, in order to win, that he subsequently dies,
did the win justify the method? Is there consequence? Of course.
That is one of the many choices that 28s make in life.
The "2" indicates both the two parties
(which can be individuals, companies, organizations, nations, man versus nature,
and man versus the divine,) as well as, the choice. War or peace? Win or let win?
Work together or against one another? A battle of wills or wits,
fistfights, gun battles or bombing one another are all results
of 28 urges.
28 reduces to 10 and 1. Those born with 28 as their destiny number are
being given a form of "teacher" or "coach" mode.
28 used positively is shown in examples of healthy competition that
is above board, such as, sports matches, boxing or spelling bees and
Jeopardy matches. In some cases, fighting for justice or physical battle to rescue victims
can draw upon 28's positive energy. Fighting back in physical defense of one's life
or to defend one's self in legal arenas - if done in an above-reproach
manner - can be a +28. Fighting to extinguish fires or to pull a victim from the
jaws of death is a positive use of 28. "Fighting" disease is a 28
as is also the competition among researchers.
Use of undue force, corrupt legal or mental or emotional maneuvering
is a -28 and will lead to appropriate consequences. Hitting "below the belt," unnecessary
use of force or weaponry is a -28. Killing a competitor has such large consequences,
28 must be absolutely certain that it was the only means by which to remain alive
or to save a life. Even so, it generates karma because it is a physical event
and will bring physical returns sooner or later. If actions were truly justified,
the law of grace may counteract negative consequences. Or not.
Hence, the cautionary tales.
Changes often begin within the physical body as a 28 moment arises. Aggression with
accompanying thoughts, emotions, fears and chemico-electrical adjustments
begins to generate an altered persona. If aggression is not wise, countermeasures
designed to calm the mind and control aggression are called into use.
28s in sports and competition, games and debates, gear up for it. Talk
becomes aggressive, posturing becomes demonstrative. Body language says,
"I'm strong, dangerous, and smart." Animals show their teeth and claws.
Athletes grunt and show brawn. Humans increase the volume of their voice,
tense muscles, frown, make threats or pick up gear. Jeapardy competitors
begin clicking their buttons.
Sports, given rules of conduct and limitations on inflicting bodily harm,
are man's way of substituting game competiton for fighting and killing oponents.
In the Bonobo chimpanzee culture, it appears that the sexual act
has substituted for the aggression of fighting and, in that connection, becomes a
28 for that group.
28 reduces to a 1, contributing to the idea that, in
competition, there can be only one winner and one leader. A 28
who wants to have friends and support and harm no one, will seek ways to create
"win-win" competitions in the interest of peace. The Olympic Games can be seen as
-28 can be warring, fighting unfairly, or quick to fight,
even to kill. A quarrelsome nature and flash temper can come with a 28. Training
in anger management and in how to find joy in "others' wins" and good fortunes
are necessary if -28 is not to find himself in constant turmoil, physical disasters,
wars, courtrooms, jails, or the grave. High states of
physical distress or aggression can take a toll on 28's health
over time. 28 is encouraged to find positive channels for this energy:
exercise, running or racing, boxing or wrestling, football, soccer, basketball,
action sports that allow some friendly competition.
A 28 is cautioned against the use of steroids or medications that increase
aggressive tendencies because 28 has no need of them. 28 has energy to spare
and an internal overload of strength potentiality, whether it be in mental,
emotional or physical form. Swim hard, run hard, climb hard and then laugh and calm down.
28s who can channel that energy positively will choose arguments, fights
and lawsuits wisely and very sparingly and develop healthy ways to gear down
(self-talk helps). 28 can be a very effective coach if he learns how to keep his
competitive ways in perspective. Many athletes, teachers, coaches, military personnel,
attorneys, and financial competitors have a 28 or hidden 28.
Whose sports jersey is #28?
Are you 28th in the race?
Are you competing or meeting on the 28th?
A 28 statement:
"I demand my rights."
A 28 expression:
"When she was good, she was very, very good,
but when she was bad, she was horrid."
SOME 28 YEARS INCLUDE:
1909, 1918, 1927, 1936, 1945, 1954,
1963, 1972, 1981, 1990, 1999, 2008, 2017, 2026
DON'T FORGET TO START WITH THE YEAR YOU
WERE CONCEIVED AND ALSO THE YEAR THAT YOU WERE BORN
SOME FAMOUS 28s: BORN ON THE 28TH OF THE MONTH
Anna Nichole Smith, Saddam Hussein, Jackson Pollack,
Linus Pauling, Jonas Salk, Earl Scheib, Mario Andretti,
Maxim Gorki, August Anheuser Busch, Jr., Jame Monroe,
Ann Margret, Jay Leno, Penelope Cruz, Denzel Washington,
Woodrow Wilson, Sam Levinson, Jim Thorpe, Ian Fleming,
Rudolph Guiliani, Gladys Knight, Henry VIII, King of England,
Gilda Radner, John Elway, Beatrix Potter, Rudy Valley,
Jackie Onassis, Johann Von Goethe, Elizabeth Ann Seton, Leo Tolstoy,
Charles Boyer, Scott Hamilton, Alexander Godunov, Ed Sullivan,
Julia Roberts, Bill Gates, Jon Stewart
ARE YOU A 28?
Your birthday is on the 28th of the month
Your month, day and 4-digit year add up to an 28
You were born in a 28 year.
Your name (one of them or all of
them combined) adds up to a 28.
You were the 28th child.
Your address has a 28 in it or
adds up to 28 (this will be an influencing location).
If your birthday has more than one 28,
you are a double or triple 28
If the 28 is combined with a 22, 9, 5 or 7,
you are specializing in the lessens of this vibration
and will feel "larger than life experiences"
or feel the need to turn to a spiritual/creative
solution for such an intense program.
If a 12 or 15 is combined with the 28,
take good care of your health, especially with
alcohol and sex, speed and timing.
Remember, as with all experiences, spirit is given that
which it can handle and the guardians to assist!
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