In simple terms, numerology is a study of numbers in your life. Numerology is seen as a universal language of numbers. These numbers can then be used to help us to better understand the world and ourselves as individuals.
Everything in the universe has an energy vibration and numbers are no different. In fact, the more you learn about Numerology, the more you see this energetic pattern in almost every number and letter. These unique vibrations have an influence upon the story of your life. Therefore, numerology is the study of the relationship that numbers and letters have with our personality as we travel through our lifepath. This ancient metaphysical science can be used to create a blueprint of where you have been and where your lifeplan is heading. It has been used as a very powerful self-help tool to help you prepare for the challenges ahead and help to connect the dots to life’s eternal questions.
From a spiritual perspective, your soul within your physical body has a purpose to give and share your innate gifts and receive gifts from others. Throughout the journey of our life path we will meet with specific areas of growth we look to master. We refer to this aspect as what we are here to learn and what we are here to give. As we learn the art of giving and receiving during our lifetime it creates specific personality traits and life circumstances in order to learn both sides and the delicate balance of this flow. “Numbers” or numerology sheds light on the life path each of us are on.
The Giving Genius helps you to determine your meaning in the greater cosmic plan. Each letter in your name has a numeric value and each number can be reduced to a single vibration. The numeric values found in your name interact with the numbers in your birthdate to help identify certain aptitudes and character tendencies. In your Giving Genius report, your life path number is perhaps one of the most important in determining your most fulfilling life direction and identifies your skills and abilities, the negative traits that you must balance, and even the motivation and purpose of your life. We utilize aspects of this methodology and compare it with a myriad of other sciences and philosophies about human behavior. The matching data we keep and the disjointed data we delete. This allows you to review information about you, or others, that repeats and shows up often.
Ones: The Father
The number one is a spiritual and primal force. It is the root that all numbers stem from. This is perhaps why Ones tend to be doers. If you are a One then you are aggressive and energetic. You look to produce results and you will not be limited by anyone or anything. Your innate urge to be a protector and your dedication and passion to achieving your goals make you a natural born leader and show why this number is related to a fatherly type of role. Even the shape of the number 1 is a strong reflection of its meaning. The 1 is a spearhead, always at the lead and often forceful. It stands upright, unwavering in its pride and purpose. You are courageous and willing to try anything new if you see promise, even at great danger. However, Ones are also very individualistic, which can lead to loneliness. Your primal urge to be a leader often makes you resent those with more power and your inflated view of self makes you less likely to heed advice. Ones also generally have issues with trust. You believe if you want something done right, then you must do it yourself. Ones feel entitled to respect and can become demanding and domineering when it’s not given. When this happens, Ones turn into warriors and will attempt to force their values and opinions and will not listen to anyone else.
You are a pragmatist and can often have a hard time relating to other’s emotions. You see through charm easily and you will not stand for hypocrisy. However, if Ones can harness their natural instinct to protect into compassion and understanding, they will earn unlimited loyalty from followers.
Twos: The Mother
The number two is thought to be a feminine number, not as in girl or boy but more like the Yin energy ( how yin relates to yang) This other energy has power and strength consistently underestimated. Twos tend to be artists of sorts, always gentle, understanding, and diplomatic. If you are a two, you are a natural born peacekeeper, whose innate urge is to diffuse situations rather than fight. However, as we said, Twos are often underestimated. Twos are the ultimate survivors. You are extremely resilient and often the backbone of a family. The shape of the 2 is thought to resemble a person with their head bowed and on bended knees, a natural sign of servitude. However, this position also represents strength. While Ones represent power and pride, unwilling to bend at any price, they will break and shatter when enough pressure is applied. In contrast, Twos are able to bend in order to carry crushing weights. This flexibility allows Twos to bounce back easily when the weight is removed. Twos are often the real power behind the throne, controlling the outcome of events through gentle force or persuasion without notice. You are incredibly devoted, and you expect that same devotion in return. Beware when Twos are betrayed or mistreated. While your tactful manipulation is able to avert most disasters, you are still possessive and easily made jealous. If Twos feel under attack or crossed, they will unleash a side that is vengeful, cruel and unrelenting. You will do whatever necessary to destroy your opponent and you will not feel regret or remorse when the battle is over.
Threes: The Talented Child
Threes are natural born salesperson, with a natural gift for gab and overflow of charisma. If you’re a three, you’re the star of the party and liven up any room without even trying. You have a natural gift for creativity and you are well aware of your talent. However, Threes are also a bit like spoiled teenagers. They are disorganized, in need of constant guidance, and blissfully unaware or ungrateful for the efforts others go through to protect them. Your powerful need to express yourself coupled with your extroverted personality will most likely lead you to a career in the arts or sales (a verbal art, if you will). Your charm, wit and sense of humor will get you everywhere and it often helps others to forgive or overlook your less desirable traits. You are a natural optimist and people are drawn to your positive energy. However, for Threes, your greatest asset is also your greatest weakness. Because your charisma and natural talent comes easily, you find it difficult to understand and relate to the struggles of others. While you are always well liked and have a large group of friends, you may find it hard to form deeper relationships, especially with a romantic partner. Your need for expression and your natural creativity cause you to often lack focus and procrastinate. You find yourself involved in multiple projects at a time, abandoning the old for the new with no regard for others involved. By placing their attention on the sunny exterior and failing to form spiritual depth, Threes easily succumb to difficulties or challenges. To become well rounded and happy, Threes must learn discipline and put constant effort into maintaining deeper relationships.
Fours: The Organizer
Fours are orderly and methodical and base their lives in logic. If you’re a Four, you are the epitome of stability. You use hard work and reason to establish a solid foundation and believe any problem can be overcome with a proper plan. Often thought to be a more masculine number, the 4’s shape says it all – hard linear edges with no room for flow or flexibility.
Fours are trustworthy and patient people. While always dependable, their constant obedience and commitment to discipline can also make them seem boring. However, Fours often possess an entertainingly witty and dry sense of humor. You find happiness in your proven accomplishments, favoring results over any sort of reward or recognition. You are humble and can be overlooked easily, even when you are the foundation to others successes. But you don’t mind. Fours dislike public attention and are quite happy to keep doing what they’re doing. However, your rigidity and stubbornness also make you a fierce soldier when defending your territory. Due to an under-developed sense of imagination, Fours often have narrow-minded or conventional views. You have an aversion to the unexpected and see no reason to stray from something that already works. Because of your dislike for change, you hold rules as sacred. You feel safe and secure when things are predictable, and even small changes have the ability to throw your life into chaos. While Fours may not end up being a CEO of a company, their hard work, loyalty and dependability will certainly carry them far in their career.
Fives: The Free Spirit
Fives are a whirlwind of energy, constantly in need of change and stimulation. If you are a Five, your family and friends probably view you as independent and unpredictable. You’re always up for an adventure and aren’t averse to taking risks. While you are surprisingly loyal, you can also be selfish, thoughtless and irresponsible, leaving a wake of damage for others to clean up. For Fives, change is a necessity. You have an uncompromising need for freedom and you will not be told what to do. This often makes careers a struggle. You may flit from job to job before finding your path, and even then there is no guarantee. You do best in environments that suit your need for change and independence such as consulting or owning your own business. However, once you put your mind to something, friends and family are impressed by your dedication and focus. You are adaptable, smart and progressive and your respect for independence is reflected in your tolerant nature. However, this tolerance also makes you more likely to trust the wrong people. Fives are a poor judge of character and are often drawn to eccentric, unstable people. Your desire for instant gratification is usually your downfall, but with discipline and a stable family-like structure this can be avoided.
Sixes: The Caregiver
Nicknamed the motherhood number, the Six is a fixer or healer. You are naturally caring and protective and you dedicate your life to fixing the problems of those around you. Sixes are the glue that holds families and communities together and they will protect their loved ones at any cost.
Sixes have a strong sense of moral justice and the role of counselor or advisor comes naturally. You have a down-to-earth wisdom that makes you genuinely well liked and respected. Considered the most harmonious of the numbers, Sixes are non-discriminative and open to forming relationships with all. You are well balanced and therefore well equipped to ground others in times of trial. However, this can also make you a bad judge of character, leading you to sacrifice yourself to the wrong people, even as those around you tell you to do otherwise. Sixes have a strong impulse to create an environment of peace and they dislike anyone who disrupts it. This is where your dark side shows. While Sixes are the most stable of all the numbers, when plunged into discord they become the most volatile and destructive. Your loving openness makes you easy to take advantage of and your sacrificing nature will allow this to happen – however, you have your limits. Beware a wronged or angry Six, they are wolves in sheep’s clothing. Your practiced warmth makes it easy to keep a friendly smile as you destroy your enemy. For Sixes, you must be careful in how you choose your partners. Do not let sentimentality cloud your judgment. You must learn to discriminate between those you can help and those who are made weaker by your love. There is a fine line between supporting and enabling.
Sevens: The Philosopher
Sevens are naturally curious and as a result find themselves devoted to investigating the unknown. However, you possess all of the skills to handle this challenge. You have a refined and analytical mind that is capable of great insight. Where others see only broken pieces, Sevens see a puzzle waiting to be solved. You are a strong mix of intellectual creativity and practical logic. When your life is stable, you are the life of the party. You are charming, witty and able to present a unique spin on conversational topics. Your holistic perspective makes you an incredibly interesting dinner guest. Sevens have a natural ability to learn, analyze, and seek answers to life’s important questions, which will carry them far in life. However, this same analytical and inquisitive mind can also lead to a life of solitude and loneliness. You need uninterrupted time to contemplate your ideas without other people’s thoughts clouding your judgment. Sevens prefer to work alone, valuing their space and privacy. However, when given too much space, Sevens can develop an egocentric, selfish and conceited Streak. Sevens have the potential for enormous growth and to go far in life. Invest time and effort into companionship and deeper relationships. Social interactions enhance your perspective on yourself and on life and should not be undervalued.
Eights: The Professional
Eights place emphasis on career, business, finances and authority. You are spiritual, but maintain a practicality and realism to your spirituality. You know the difference between make-believe and genuine realizations. However, you are also perfectly balanced and are a force that creates as easily as it destroys. Eights focus on money, however, this is not as simple as it seems. You see money as a measure, not an end-result. You find happiness in luxury and believe your career success will lead to a more comfortable life. You are ambitious, efficient, organized and disciplined and willing to take on any task. You enjoy counseling others and sharing your wisdom and often find yourself in a “coach” type role. However, Eights can only flourish when supported. While your ambition may make you a great leader and mentor, you are lost if you have no followers. Eights who become too independent or are not given the necessary support at a young age rebel against everything that they are. Often choosing a path that is limited and has no room for growth. This leads to frustration, anger, dissatisfaction, and hate. You are a pack animal and you do best when part of a team. You are naturally balanced and must surround yourself with people who maintain this. You have great potential for success, however, with too much independence or ego, you have an equal potential for failure.
Nines: The Humanitarian
From a numerological perspective, Nines are by far the most interesting. Nines have an unending flow of love to give and they offer it to the world at large. They understand the connection between all mankind and global consciousness. Nines are humanitarians and when it comes to helping they see no difference between a close friend and person they’ve never met. However, you have a difficult time understanding why others do not share your views and will often preach your opinions. Nines are always tolerant and are the least judgmental and most conscious of the life path numbers. You never ask for credit and will stop at nothing to rectify an injustice. In life, Nines have a strong sense of morality and feel a need to convert others to their ways for their own good. In addition, it’s as if the 9 was never added at all. In life, Nines have a strong urge to help others, adding back what others have lost. However, they never ask for credit or recognition – as if they had done nothing at all. As with any number, Nines also have a dark side. You are often disappointed with the realities of life and especially with those around you. You have difficulty in deep or romantic relationships, as you have trouble showing your true heart. A Nines focus and dedication to their goals often make those closest to them feel neglected and unappreciated. You see their complaints as selfish and unwarranted and you do not understand why their needs should come before something that you hold dear. This can make you withdraw and turn cold and apathetic quickly. When this dark side emerges. Nines can become condescending, egotistical, and cruel, feeling no emotion as they maliciously cut out or tear into loved ones.
You lack the perspective that would otherwise allow you to enjoy life more fully. You have trouble accepting humanity’s natural limitations and therefore keep pushing, often sacrificing your own happiness to do so. You have a gift for examining the world objectively. Apply this to your own life and be honest with yourself. While it’s easy to withdraw, you must openly face your own shortcomings to better understand and appreciate love.
Life Path Number Compatibility Table
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