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Math Marriage And Relationships

Updated on August 15, 2009

What Does Math Have to Do With It?

Marriage and Relationships go together that makes two things in common. What about the third, does math really have anything to do with marriage and relationships? Only if you have learned the mathematics of 1 + 1 = 3.  No, I am not talking about the children, the babies or the additions that happen on down the line, just the simple mathematics of a couple (2) equals 3.

 In a relationship there is You, Me and Us, three separate identities.  There are three separate identities in a relationship, but the third happens by default. Keeping your eye on the third default member of the relationship is the best guide for a healthy indicator whether you are just contemplating a relationship, preparing to get married or have been in a relationship or marriage for any length of time.


Compatible math , there are 3 things in each equation that are unique.  The 3rd is a combination of the 1st 2
Compatible math , there are 3 things in each equation that are unique. The 3rd is a combination of the 1st 2

One Plus One Equals Three

What does the us or the we look like in a relationship or marriage? How can we identify it or assess how it is doing? Music and color vibrations are the best way to exemplify the answers to this. When one note is played, there is one sound. Each of us as one carry our own sound, our note, our vibration. When two people come together each of their notes get played in unison. Two notes played together always produces a third distinct note and sound separate from the original two. Yet without the two original notes or sounds combined the third sound or vibration would not exist.

Each color has a numerical vibrational frequency and each of us represent and vibrate at our particular frequency. Two individuals merging together in a relationship or marriage bring their color vibration into the equation. Two color vibrational frequencies combined always creates a third color separate and different from the original two. For example one is red, and one is blue, rather than getting red plus blue we have purple. A third a distinctly separate entitiy has entered into the room.

Wikipedia on color, vibrations and frequencies.

Compatability Is The Three, What Does It Look Like?

 Take time to look at more than who you are in a relationship, or what traits the other brings out in you.  Even vice versa what traits you may bring out in the other.  There are no bad vibrations, colors or sounds but there are some truly ugly combinations in both appearance and sound.  Two beautiful sounds that are not compatible can create a third sound that hurts the ears.  Two beautiful colors that are not compatible can create a less than appealing third color. 

As we are dating, associating, and learning about each other, take time to learn, look and listen to what you are creating together.  Is it a harmonic and beautiful creation?  What does the three look like in your marriage in your relationship.  It's never too late to take a look and adjust and work together to create a beautiful three 


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