Point Three, the Performer, is the child who lost hope that the Universe will provide and discovered that love, recognition, value and acceptance came to those who could achieve, who could “do”, and who could accomplish. Performance, however, also must be matched with an image of success. The Three is the core point of the “heart, or feeling, traid”.
The passion is “deceit” and the corresponding fixation is “vanity”.
Key issues for the Three include, but are not limited to the following:
The deceit is of one’s self through the unconscious adaptation to, and an identification with, a role that is deemed by the Three to be the epitome of success in a given situation.
Looking good is important. Image fits the context of a situation. The Three alters to fit the situation and may appear slippery and deceptive through image.
Threes can be “used car salespersons” in whatever field–and there’s a part of me that loves to sell ideas and feel the approval and flow from the crowd as I respond to their interests using their language and experiences. It’s great!