There are so many numbers in our life that influence us today. To mention a few of these would include address, telephone number, credit card number, social security number (national identity number), employee number, account number to your shopping contacts, club membership numbers, and so on depending upon how complicated you have made your life by participation in numbered accounts.
Out of curiosity I decided to take a look at the numerology of my own social security number, and then of some relatives and friends who would share that information with me. Lo and behold there were again insights and clues about our life that can be gleaned from the scrutiny of this assigned lifetime numerical tag.
I am sure the reader understands that this number does not tell your life story. It does shed light upon how you interact with government, bureaucracies and the social fabric of the time. It is an archetype, and the persons behavior will be modified by the numbers from the name at birth. A person with 4IS, 5S and 8P numbers will shade the meaning of the social security number much differently than a person with 6IS, 3S and 3P numbers. Such a distinction should be obvious even to the beginner.
To determine your single digit number you simply add all of the numbers on your card and reduce them to a single digit. For example 639-01-3476 =6+3+9+0+1+3+4+7+6=39 =3+9=12= 1+2=3, or 3 !
Interestingly enough, your social security has nine numbers.
If your total is 1, you may have some reservations about even participating in the system. Your sense of self reliance and independence says that having someone else take care of you just does not fit into your self identity. Since the system is, more or less, forced upon you, there is some benefit you might find in it for you. Think of it as in addition to what you individually build rather than an obligatory hold out.
You will most likely encounter financial resistance at times, and you will placed in a position to carefully weight the consequences of domestic and international differences that will directly impact your pocket book.
Most likely there was a clash of wills between your parents at the time of your application. You find yourself caught between emotional needs and money needs, which in the end turn out to be the same. You might want to release your emotional war with money and let it work for you.
At best you have independently and wisely cultivated a portfolio that will attend to your individual needs for the duration of your life.
If your total is 2, you will likely find your self having to deal with the infinite details of bureaucracy and having to adjust to the whims of political and social change. You may frequently find yourself bogged down in the tedium of trying to read the pages of legalese that protects the giver and leaves you at the mercy of their obscurity.
Your life will be influenced by public reaction, and the image you chose to display over the years. You may have to reexamine your public persona and make changes if you are to stay favorably in the public eye.
Most likely around the time that you applied for your number, there was a lot of concern in your family about what the neighbors might think, and about the family’s social standing in the community. You may find yourself worrying off and on throughout your life about others reaction to your work and contributions you make to society.
At best you have waded through the complexity of details and options to carefully select a portfolio reflecting your caution and attention to the changing tides of economics.
If your total is 3, you can float between excessive worry about money and finances to total indifference. Probably your best approach lies somewhere in between. It is characteristic of this group to put off planning and investment to the future, because you are so involved in living what is happening to you right now.
Money comes and goes through your hands like quicksilver, and you sometimes forget to place any value upon it. Then again, you may be one of the first in your group to realize that the financial system you live in has no real value.
Most likely at the time of your application the money issue in your home environment was unsettled and unclear. Money just sort of got there, and you may not have given a lot of thought as to how. It may take a threat of loss or bankruptcy to get your attention to settled you into a realistic fiduciary approach.
At best you have followed your gut feelings and trusted sources to create an imaginative and diversified base of sustainable assets.
If your total is 4, you may be bogged down in the well beaten path that you have to work hard for every dollar, and that making money is a labor. You could find yourself chasing the dollar for much of your life. And then you wake up one morning and realize that you can have money with some ease. It has to do with how much you value yourself and how flexible you are willing to be to achieve your assessment price.
Most likely at the time you applied you observed your parent or parents working hard for their livelihood and not getting very far. You may have tired get rich schemes and other shortcuts in an attempt not to fall into their trap. Discipline with imagination might prove to be a way for you to do well and prosper while having a great time.
At best you have been dogged and deliberate in fashioning a stable and conservative financial strategy that should protect your needs for the long run.
If your total is 5, there will be repeated frustrations with the structure and procedures of the bureaucratic system. When you want to thrive, you feel choked. When you expand and grow, you seem to be penalized. Even though administrations change and administrators come and go, you will find someone incompetent and unable to meet your requests.
There will be times when the system does give you assistance and flexibility. However, for the most part you will give a lot and receive less. Rigidity and protocol rule out over benefit and adaptability.
Most likely around the time you applied there was a conflict in the family regarding travel, constriction, freedom and responsibility. You will find yourself wanting a lot of freedom, but worried about losing the security that the system assures you it will provide. In the end, you go through much waiting and frustration to get what you deserve out of the system.
At best you have selected a diverse and eclectic portfolio that should allow for the vagrancies of change and unpredictable rise and fall of the global market place.
If your total is 6, you are more inclined than many to find yourself becoming dependent upon the system and what it gives to you. It is easy to become accustomed to being taken care of by an outside source, such as an institution. The tendency with this number is to put off good financial planning, and relying upon someone else to bail you out of trouble.
You worry about being taken care of in the end, and it is a good idea to start young with sound investment strategies. There will be many emotional fluctuations with your money affairs during a good part of your life.
Most likely around the time that you applied there were issues of emotional stress within the parental relationship. The way people handle money is similar to the way they handle their emotions. You were likely caught in emotional and financial manipulation that has left its influence upon your own financial attitude and approach.
At best you have been counseled by qualified and well meaning financial advisors who have situated you in a position to relieve your financial stress and meet your monetary needs.
If your total is 7, you can be secretive, searching or successful in your relationship with money. You may find yourself preoccupied with other interests and concerns for much of your life, with money ranking rather low on the list of priorities. For many of you the discussion of money and finances is a taboo topic not open to discussion.
Once curious you may delve deeply into the esoteric art of investment, speculation and the secrets of short sales. Then you turn skeptic to compulsive in your desire to conquer the capitalistic market.
Most likely at the time of your application you lived in a family environment that kept money matters secluded and mysterious. There might have even been some indiscretions in the matters of money and income. You likely learned good money management skill late compared to others in your peer group.
At best you and your collaborating researchers and advisors have sorted through the best long term fiduciary position for you to take that meets your analytical tastes and logical financial needs.
If your total is 8, you will find issues and conflicts regarding money settlements, distribution and policy. There will come a time of decision to be made about what has been put in, and how benefits will be distributed. You are determined to get as much as you can out of the system, and may go to great lengths to outsmart your advisors and administrators.
You may have to go to legal extremes to get the justice and compensation that is due.
It may benefit you to seek a reliable financial advisor to provide you with a second opinion on matters of finance.
Most likely around the time that you applied there were ongoing conflicts within the family structure regarding authority and who had control of the household. You were caught in the middle and have conflicting attitudes regarding who and how authority is to be administered. The fluctuations and reevaluations of market value and money exchange will become issues that you cannot ignore.
At best you have built a solid base by using your natural financial instincts and trusted collaboration to acquire assets that many would not have so readily foreseen.
If your total is 9, you will find yourself frequently at the mercy of the carelessness and incompetence of those who handle your financial affairs. You have idealistic hopes and dreams of what your accrued earnings can provide for you. Your expectations can be shattered or altered overnight, and you may want to have alternative strategies for your financial security.
In an ideal world you will have more than you need to continue living the lifestyle that suits you. This is not an ideal world. Extra care must be taken to make careful fiduciary decisions.
Most likely at the time you applied you were living in a household with a parent or parents who had unrealistic money skills and philosophies. Money may have been scarce or squandered through impractical investments or schemes. You will have to make it a point to be detailed and accurate in accounting for what is due to you.
At best you have combined vision and intuition well by mixing some immediate assets, along with those that will produce returns well into the future.
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