The Power of 3

Sports teaches us the power of teamwork and so much more.

Discipline, perseverance, community, celebration, tenacity…




Last Thursday, the NBA got a new champion, the Toronto Raptors.

This was a huge victory for the team and for the country. Our friend commented that this was the first time this Canadian team won the championship.


According to this article, the work of 3 players gave this team additional power they needed to win.


The power of 3 is used everywhere.

It is the Trinity, the Rule of Three, the Triangle, the Tripod, the Trifecta.


The number 3 is the smallest number needed to create a pattern.

For example, a couple becomes a family after they have a baby.

A bond of 2 people is the start but the third solidifies it.


The number 3 is present in children’s stories and comedies.

The Three Musketeers, The Three Little Pigs, The Three Blind Mice, the Three Amigos…


In Feng Shui numerology, the number 3 represents the Cosmic Trinity, growth, the East, the element of wood and the oldest son.

In Asian families, the oldest son can carry and continue the family’s lineage.

The number 3 is the beginning of a movement or entity.


Taking the number 3 a step further, the professional athletes highlighted in the article also had the power of 3 in their astrological chart.


This is manifested through animal combinations:

Pig, Rabbit, and Goat

and Tiger, Horse, Dog.


These 3 amigos are a powerful combination




Having combinations in a chart due to the month, year or cycle makes things happen easily.


"Luck is when preparation meets opportunity"


As long as we are putting the effort, we can be prepared when “luck” comes knocking on our door.


Using Chinese Astrology, we can anticipate the “luck factor”.


Using Feng Shui we can minimize risks that can dampen effort and maximize positive outcome.


Like gears that connect, luck is a positive energy alignment of Self, Timing and Place.