Birthdays are a time of celebration, joy, and revel. When the date approaches the day and month of your birth, another year is marked in recognition of your stay on Earth.
The moment you were brought into this world was full of capital transformation and a new existence. There is a whole belief system that makes sense of the numbers in your date of birth.
Your birth number is thought to describe who you are, your talents, and even the abilities you have not yet discovered about yourself. It attempts to capture what we have not yet learned, as well as the challenges we will soon face.
In a broad sense, your birth number provides a glimpse into life as it tries to give you the power to influence the opportunities, possibilities, and challenges that you will face.
What is your birth number:
Once you have discovered your birth number put it in the comments below so that we know who we are. Enjoy! Our birth dates describe who we are, what we are good at and what our innate abilities are. It also indicates what we need to learn and the challenges we face.
To understand your birth number, add all the digits of the date of birth, as in the example, until there is only one digit. A birth number doesn’t stop you from being what you want to be; it will simply color your choice differently and give you a little preview.
March 20, 1950
3 + 20 + 1950 = 1973
1 + 9 + 7 + 3 = 20
2 + 0 = 2
Continue until you end up with a one-digit number. 2 is the birth number in this case.
Find out what your birth number says about you:
1. The originator:
1’s are originals. Finding new ideas and executing them is natural. Their own path is another trait that makes them stubborn and arrogant. They are extremely honest and do well to learn certain diplomacy skills.
They like to take the initiative and are often leaders or bosses because they like to be the best.
Being self-employed certainly helps them. A lesson to learn: Others’ ideas can be just as good or better and be open-minded.
Famous 1’s: Tom Hanks, Robert Redford, Hulk Hogan, Carol Burnett, Wynona Judd, Nancy Reagan, Raquel Welch.
2. The peacemaker:
2’s are born diplomats. They are aware of the needs and moods of others and often think of others before themselves. Naturally analytical and very intuitive, they do not like to be alone.
Friendship and company are very important and can lead them to succeed in life, but on the other hand, they prefer to be alone than in an uncomfortable relationship.
Being naturally shy, they should learn to boost their self-esteem and to speak freely and to seize the moment and not to put things off.
Famous 2’s: President Bill Clinton, Madonna, Whoopi Goldberg, Thomas Edison, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
3. The life of the party:
3’s are idealists. They are very creative, social, charming, romantic and easy-going.
They start a lot of things but don’t always see them through. They like others to be happy and do everything they can to make it happen.
They are very popular and idealistic. They should learn to see the world from a more realistic perspective.
Famous 3’s: Alan Alder, Ann Landers, Bill Cosby, Melanie Griffith, Salvador Dali, Jodie Foster
4. The conservative:
4’s are sensible and traditional. They like order and routine. They only act when they fully understand what is expected of them. They like to get their hands dirty and work hard. They are attracted to the outdoors and feel an affinity with nature.
They are ready to wait and can be stubborn and persistent. They should learn to be more flexible and to be kind to themselves
Famous 4’s: Neil Diamond, Margaret Thatcher, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tina Turner, Paul Hogan, Oprah Winfrey
5. The nonconformist:
5’s are the explorers. Their natural curiosity, their risk-taking, and their enthusiasm often land it! They need diversity and don’t like to be stuck in a rut. The whole world is their school and they see a learning opportunity in every situation.
The questions never stop. They are well-advised to watch before acting and to make sure they have all the facts before drawing conclusions.
Famous 5’s: Abraham Lincoln, Charlotte Bronte, Jessica Walter, Vincent VanGogh, Bette Midler, Helen Keller.
6. The romantic:
6’s are idealists and need to feel useful in order to be happy. A strong family bond is important to them. Their actions influence their decisions. They have a strong desire to take care of others and to help. They are very loyal and make excellent teachers! They like art or music.
They make loyal friends who take friendship seriously. 6’s should learn to tell the difference between what they can change and what they can’t.
6 famous: Albert Einstein, Jane Seymour, John Denver, Meryl Streep, Christopher Columbus, Goldie Hawn.
7. The intellectual:
7’s are the researchers. Always looking for hidden information, they find it hard to accept things at face value. Emotions do not influence their decisions. Questioning everything in life, they don’t like to be questioned themselves. They never start fast, and their motto is slow and steady wins the race.
They appear as philosophers and being very knowledgeable, and sometimes as loners. They are technically inclined and make great researchers discovering information.
They like secrets. They live in their own world and should learn what is acceptable and what is not in the world in general.
Famous 7’s: William Shakespeare, Lucille Ball, Michael Jackson, Joan Baez, Princess Diana.
8. The big shot:
8’s are problem solvers. They are professional, direct, have good judgment and are decisive. They have big plans and love to live the good life. They take care of people. They see people objectively.
They let you know unequivocally that they are the boss. They should learn to base their decisions on their own needs rather than what others want.
Famous 8’s: Edgar Cayce, Barbra Streisand, George Harrison, Jane Fonda, Pablo Picasso, Aretha Franklin, Nostrodamus.
9. The performer:
9’s are natural artists. They are very caring and generous, donating their last dollar to help. With their charm, they have no problem making friends and no one is foreign to them.
They have so many different personalities that people around them find it difficult to understand them.
They are like chameleons, constantly changing and mixing. They are extremely lucky, but can also suffer from extremes in fortune and humor. To be successful, they must build a loving foundation.
9 famous: Albert Schweitzer, Shirley MacLaine, Harrison Ford, Jimmy Carter, Elvis Presley.
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