Numerology and Life Paths; What's your 'Path'
By Keith Abbott
Ever have someone come up to you and ask the age old question; "What's your Sign?" This classic pick up line has been used by a whole generation of guys trying to pick up girls - with mixed results. If you ladies want a really good comeback for them, or if you are a sensitive guy who wants something fresh to use for an old cliche, try asking them for Numerology's equivalent to Astrology signs; "What's your Path?"
===> Life Path - Your chief number in Numerology
Your Life Path, is your main number in Numerology; It shows what opportunities will come your way, and where your main talents and abilities lie. It's calculated using Fadic addition. This is the process of adding together your meaningful numbers, and reducing the result to a single digit.
We do this recursively. As an example, lets calculate Johnny Depp's Life Path. Depp was born on June 9th, 1963; so first we add together the month, day, and year of his birth; then we add together the individual digits of the sum to get (25); and finally we sum the (2) digits of the sum (25) to get a single digit (7).
6 + 9 + 1963 = 1978; 1 + 9 + 7 + 8 = 25; 2 + 5 = (7)
So Johnny Depp has a Life Path of (7).
There are (9) major Life Paths which everyone fits into. There are also two sub-paths corresponding to the Master Numbers (11) in Life path (2), and (22) in Life Path (4). But, these are sub-categories of the major Life paths. I've listed them below with a brief description for each one.
===> Life Path (1) the Path of the Leader
In this Life, your goal is to be self-sufficient and stand on your own two feet. These people live to take Action about their Life. Highly motivated and focused, these people are ambitious; they also don't take advice well. They also have to struggle with being perfectionist, and not being able to tolerate any flaws in their own work.
===> Life Path (2) the Path of the Cooperator
In this Life, your goal is to master the skill of cooperation. These people have great sympathy for the feelings of others. They are natural diplomats and always work towards compromise in problems between people. They are honest and humble, and tend to inspire the people around them. These people have some problems in competitive situations, and don't handle time pressure well.
===> Life Path (3) the Path of the Entertainer
In this Life, your goal is to entertain other people and make them happy. These people crave love and attention, and tend to use their sharp wit and vivid imagination to get it. These people seem to live a charmed life, getting all the lucky breaks and attracting wealth and prosperity with little effort. They cannot handle boredom, and fear being alone. They also tend to have problems handling their funds wisely.
===> Life Path (4) the Path of the Builder
In this Life, your goal is to build a life's work based on your own work and sound effort. These people are meticulous planners, thrifty, practical, and love to see the results of their own efforts. They are also very conservative in their thinking and lack flexibility in their thinking. They often fear new and untested ideas.
===> Life Path (5) the Path of the Seller
In this Life, your goal is to create freedom by bringing about change in both your own life and in the lives around you. These people love change for it's own sake. They are versatile, adaptable, multi-talented; in short these are born salesmen. These people thrive on competition and pressure to succeed. Risk taking and a wild life-style can be problems for them.
===> Life Path (6) the Path of the Teacher
In this Life, your goal is to create balance and responsibility both in your own life, and in those around you. These people love beauty, harmony, and personal peace. They are trustworthy, loyal, and seem to draw life's responsibilities to themselves. These people hate injustice, and love fair play. They tend to meddle too much in their friends lives, and worry too much over trivial things.
===> Life Path (7) the Path of the Loner
In this Life, your goal is to learn things by personal experience. These people are individualist, and need time to themselves daily to stay sane. They have great powers of intuition and strong powers of reason. These people are perfectionist, and hate to work on other peoples schedules. They also have difficulties taking advice from anyone, and a strong dislike of manual labor.
===> Life Path (8) the Path of the Warrior
In this Life, your goal is to set small goals, and then achieve them through battle or struggle. These people love the struggle for power which fulfills their lives. They are strong, tough, and ruthless in the pursuit of their goals. Success does not come easy for these people, they must attain their goals through struggle. They are the beast of the business jungle. These people also tend to have problems in showing affection to loved ones, and in balancing their career and domestic lives.
===> Life Path (9) the Path of the Humanitarian
In this Life, your goal is to show compassion for the world. These people want to change the world and make it better for everyone. They are charismatic and creative as befits someone with such lofty goals. These people are frequently drawn to positions of leadership in great causes, or religious sects. They are also tolerant of the needs and desires of others. These people can also be hot tempered when their causes are threatened or put down. They are also not usually good detail people.
Regardless of the Life Path you were born with, all are equally valid, with lessons that should be embraced and learned to the best of our ability. For all of us have talents and abilities that we should learn to use to give our lives meaning and to make the world a better place.
About the Author
Keith Abbott is the developer and owner of 'Numerology 4 You' where you can view your complete Numerology reading, along with those of over 500 celebrities. Order your own Numerology chart today at http://www.numerology4you.com/
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