Friday, April 6, 2012

Life Path 4 .......The Need for Security....by Diane Ogden

You can find out what your lifepath number is by adding the day - month - and year you were born.  God gave you your  date of birth and your parents gave your name.  The first three numbers in the additions of numerology are from your parents...not to be discussed until later.  The next two numbers are from God and this one might be yours!  Let's say your date of birth is 11 - 12 - 1988.  You would add 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 9 + 8 + 8 = 31 = 4
People with a Life Path number 4 are the worker bees of society. If your Life Path is a 4 you are determined, practical and hard working. Down-to-earth is a term that is probably often used to describe you. You find hard work rewarding and don't look for the easy way to the top or to finding success. Not only do you work hard yourself, but you expect the same from those around you.

The Fours like to be organized, and to put things back in their " proper place" … it is one of their strong points, and they feel better able to tackle challenges if they have a solid plan in place beforehand. They tend to be set in their ways and are drawn to leading an orderly life ie. "a place for everything and everything in its place." Home is their haven, and if their home environment appears sloppy and unkempt, that is a sign that a Life Path 4 person is not doing well.

They are usually very cerebral and need to find ways to relax their minds. Otherwise, great ideas live and die in their heads. They have a strong sense of right and wrong, are very honest, and value honesty in others. Fours’ dreams are based in reality and they never question that you will have to work hard to make them come true. Loyal and very dependable, they make an excellent friend or partner, but may have just a small circle of friends.

On the negative side, Fours can be so set in their ways that they can often come across as stubborn, rigid or too serious. They also have a tendency to overlook tact and let their true feelings be known to all those around them, which can sometimes turn other people away from them. Although practical and good planners, Fours are extremely cautious, and don't deviate much from their master plan, and because of this can sometimes miss opportunities that arise because they don't act on them quickly enough.

Life path number 4 is about putting all the pieces together, it is a builder number. You are grounded, serious, hardworking, analytical, practical and disciplined. Below are some key points you might want to take into consideration to help you on your path …

You are the practical, content one in the crowd. You are probably drawn to building or construction, although you would also be a good lawyer, mechanic, engineer or accountant. Whatever path you choose, don't hesitate to teach those around you.

Don't let yourself get bored or boring. You have a tendency towards complacency when you think everything is under control. Don't let it blind you to new opportunities and projects.

You'll lean towards depression and fatigue if you don't get enough fun and relaxation. Relaxing isn't one of your talents, so do something active to recharge. Go to Disneyland and see how many rides you can do in one day. Backpacking might be just the thing for you.

You would probably enjoy volunteering in some way. Look for something that lets you pass on your skills to others.

(this information gotten from: http://theseventhlifepath.com

Important people with the lifepath 4:

Arnold Schwarzenegger,  Bernie "BJ" Dohrmann, Bill Gates, Billy Graham, Bono, Brad Pitt, Bryan Adams **, Caroline Myss, Dale Earnhardt **, Dean Martin **, Demi Moore, Elton John, Frank Sinatra, Gary Craig, Jewel, John Assaraf **, John Kerry **, Marie Curie, Montel Williams, Nicole Kidman, Norm Shealy, Oprah Winfrey, Sir Paul McCartney **Sir Richard Branson **
 
The people with the asterisks are 22 lifepaths.  They are here to change society in a master way.  They are chosen ones to change the world.  If they cannot their 22 turns BACK into a 4!
This information from: www.tokenrock.com/numerology

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