The most common ways to write the number TWO is either to have a flat base or to have a loop that ends with a tail. Our universal keywords are balance, relationships, and harmony. In Feng Shui even though all even numbers are considered Yin numbers (yielding and passive) the number TWO does represent the duality of Yin and Yang and these opposing energies coming together. Because of this it can be seen as an opportunity for not just a relationship but a dynamic relationship where the individuals are willing to change. In Chinese if the character for man (ren) is added to the number TWO (er) it doesn’t mean two men, it means a compassionate man showing the Yin quality of the number TWO. It also represents the Fire element (energy and creativity). In addition the number TWO indicates cooperation, a desire for peace, and understanding.
I find it so interesting that the number TWO looks like a FIVE upside down (or vise versa since technically the TWO came first). So their energies are related and can be contrasted with each other, but more about that when we get to the number FIVE. If your number TWO has the flat base you are looking for stable relationships that won’t change. If the base of your TWO does not fully touch the line then you are seeking more balance and harmony in your relationships understanding that sometimes there is a need for change and compromise. If too much TWO energy is around it can manifest as a need for reassurance, a desire for encouragement and, if it’s not received, then depression.