Numerology Number 5 Characteristics and Traits
For a detailed look at number 5 in the author’s life.
Balanced-You are adaptive, playful, perky and most likely often on the run. Travel and travel plans are a frequent part of your life, and you enjoy contacting those who live in different cultures and social settings.
Assertive-You flit from place to place and one thing to another without really appreciating any of it or finishing much of it. You are prone to over stimulation and toward addictive behavior. You will likely move often in your life.
Passive-You may become outspoken proponents of moral rigidity and/or social rigidity for others, while living in fear of your own dark desires and thought of hidden deeds. It is too easy for you to become serious and harsh.
Balanced-You have experienced a lot of the superficial and transient experiences that life offers. Yet there is a thirst for something more enduring and of greater existential substance. Your quest begins.
Assertive-Perhaps you have gotten a hold of some New Age slogan or some kind of spiritual philosophy that grabs your attention. You dangle the slogans and talk endlessly about it. However, without application, little or no change takes place in your behavior.
Passive-You doubt and distrust any talk about superior beings or religious dogmas. You may also doubt your fellow man. What is it you have lost and doubt within yourself?
Integrated Self Number
Balanced-You are fortunate to have a grasp of man and his seemingly complicated little planet. You have the opportunity to improve the that struggling race and give something of lasting value.
Assertive-You may be caught up in a compulsive pattern of growth. You join self-help organizations and go to retreats, and keep your journal religiously every day. You want to be careful that all of the effort does not get in the way of your revelations.
Passive– You can think of yourself as more important than others of the race, and look down upon them, rather than lift them up. Your potential elevated vision gives you the perspective to do so.
Balanced-Most likely you will travel and entertain a variety of viewpoints regarding life and various ways to live it. And, live you do. It may not be easy to do just one thing or stay in one place very long.
Assertive-You may find yourself so busy with life that you don’t have time for much of your experience to seek in and have meaning. Escapism and addictive tendencies re the most frequent sidetrack for this combination.
Passive-You may find yourself timid, tenuous and troubled with guilt and worry. Why, you say? If you get to the source of it, you could accomplish more and have more than you ever dreamed.
Interrelationship With Number 1
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Balanced-You are adventurous, innovative and full of clever ways to cope with the challenges of life that come your way. With a good dose of responsibility and consideration of emotional consequences you can have it all.
Assertive-You enjoy so many things and start so many different activities, that nothing ever really seems to get properly done. It is easy for you to pass through live quickly and miss it.
Passive-You can find your stuck in a quagmire of sticky old taboos and traditions that haunt you with fear and worry whenever you start to break out into something meaningful in your life.
Interrelationship With Number 2
Balanced-There will be twists and turns of the rather unusual sort, and if you seek the same truth you may both find inner and outer peace.
Assertive-You unconventional ways and sometimes antisocial stance can take you to unconventional heights of group and personal life lessons.
Passive-You try to please others and get along in a status quo kind of world. However, your inclination is to break lose and alter the mess.
Interrelationship With Number 3
Balanced-Your sense of natural archetypes allows you to bring for some most dazzling and unique offerings. Your flair for style and taste allows you to touch the social psyche.
Assertive-You are often outrageous, obnoxious and totally out of touch with the social norms of your times. You seek to change things, but more often offend rather than convince.
Passive– The rose colored tint of your mutual glasses makes it difficult for you to recognized and live in the reality of the dark and deteriorating world around you.
Interrelationship With Number 4
Balanced-The right combination of ingenuity and practicality makes it possible for you to make dreams come true. It won’t be easy to reach agreement, but once done it is more often than not a good one.
Assertive-The 4 is too slow and laborious for the 5, and the 5 is to careless and unreliable for the 4. If you don’t split the partnership first, you may just come up with something quite extraordinary.
Passive-You stubbornly cling to outdated or unpopular concepts. It is easy to be martyrs and blame the criticism from others as unfair. You use bad fate as your excuse for lack responsibility
Interrelationship With Number 6
Balanced-You will each have to make some big concessions and adjustments if you are to have harmony and agreement. You set standards for alternative ways of people being together.
Assertive-You are restless, disturbed and unsatisfied with the social norms that restrict your life. You wish change, and are willing to seek strong measures to make that happen.
Passive-You become confused and resentful of partner’s inability to adjust and compromise. You may spend more time trying than simply being together.
Interrelationship With Number 7
Balanced-Try not to get caught in the analytical mind set only trap and allow for some frolicking, fantasy and fun. It is in the moment of serendipity that your best efforts materialize.
Assertive-You think. You analyze, and you infinitely discuss. One of you will have to set the standard for focusing upon the practical components of your endeavors.
Passive-It is not easy for either one, or both of you together to organize and do the carry out the labor needed for success. Maybe you will need to hire a 4.
Interrelationship With Number 8
Balanced-The combination of discipline, management and willingness to think outside of the rectangle, lets you produce useful results and well planned distribution. In the off hours you have some serious fun.
Assertive-Too much control by the 8 curbs the 5’s enthusiasm, and too much frolicking by the 5 upsets the 8’s near for order. You can become stuffy and elitist about your success and abilities.
Passive-You would rather use someone else’s resources and let them do the work. Great ideas.s more often than not are left unfinished.
Interrelationship With Number 9
Balanced– Your dreams are far in advance of most of society, and your methods may seem naïve amid the selfish and greedy world.
Assertive– The rose colored tint of your mutual glasses make it difficult for you to recognize and function in the harsh reality around you.
Passive-You seek altruistic and idealists leaders and organizations in hopes they will bring a better world. More often you find anger, extremism and sometimes anarchy.
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