Numerology! The Attitude Number~ Want to know yours?

Numerology: Attitude Number

Attitude Number: Your general attitude towards life, and how you appear when people first meet/talk you. This is like your Rising sign in astrology except a bit "lighter."

Do you want to know yours?

How to Calculate: Add your month and day together until a SINGLE DIGIT.
Example:
  • November 28th
  • 11, 28 
  • 1+1+2+8=12
  • 1+2= 3 (the 3 Attitude)
Example:
  • January 20th
  • 1, 20
  • 1+2+0= 2 (the 2 Attitude)
Example:
  • July 6th
  • 7, 6
  • 7+6=13
  • 1+3= 4 (the 4 Attitude)


The 1 Attitude: This is someone who doesn’t like to ask for help. You are completely self-motivated. 1’s have issues with their self-esteem; you just don’t think you’re good enough. That’s why you need praise from others. If you people in you, then there’s nothing you can’t achieve; if they don’t you’ll rebel.

The 2 Attitude: You are easygoing. 2’s tend to be the observer. You have a romantic streak and love is important to you. You’re also intrigued with anything regarding psychic ability, and experience deja vu. You have dreams that come true. You are in touch with your intuition and the meta-physical (philosophical) side of life. You do have compassion for people and are fascinated with people’s stories. You are rarely bored with those.

The 3 Attitude: You like to joke. You have a sense of humor and are charismatic. The Peter Pan Syndrome, you don’t necessarily grow up. But when you’re in a good mood, it’s a big smile, bright eyes, and great conversation. If you’re in a bad mood, people don’t get to be happy around you. You have that effect on people.

The 4 Attitude: You are a list keeper. There are times when 4’s become very quiet and people do not know what they’re thinking. You’re keeping track of all that’s happening. People might find you surrounded by nature, or doing any form of repair, or construction. You teach all of us. You become an expert at your skill and teach people how to do it. You definitely will play devil’s advocate; meaning you make people see all sides, both the positive and the negative. You will confront people who you think are being dishonest.

The 5 Attitude: You are playful and fun. You need to go and explore the world, and if you get stuck in a monotonous (boring, tedious) situation, you can wind up playing the martyr (feeling that your life is taken away). So, better for you to get out there. It’s all about adventure and excitement. You love to flirt and tease, and you’re usually the life of the party.

The 6 Attitude: You are the nurturer. Male or female, you are taking care of everybody else. A child who is a 6 Attitude act as if they are your mother or father. You’re the one in charge; you don’t want people telling you what to do or how to be. You feel most useful when things are out of control and you are fixing it. If it’s peaceful, you don’t know what to do with yourself. You definitely take care of other people and you’re usually great with children or running a business.

The 7 Attitude: People don’t know what you’re thinking or feeling. You keep to yourself and are introspective. You must continue studying the quest of why you’re here. You have no problem asking direct questions but will look at people suspiciously if they ask you even one. You reveal yourself slowly as you go. You can shut down and make people feel that you’re not remotely interested in what they’re saying, but the joke is on them because you are the ultimate observer. You don’t miss a thing.

The 8 Attitude: You have no problem telling people what you think. You can be a little too blunt, so it is best for others to keep your sense of humor and focus on the positive things in life. More often than not, many 8’s are seen reading investor’s magazines or brainstorming on how to improve their lives, establish financial security. If you have family, you want to be a good provider. The flip side of the 8 is that money can seem completely unattainable (feeling like money will slip right through your fingers). You must treat each day as a chance for a new beginning. You have to let go of the past, or you will harbor negative thoughts that will interfere with today’s potential happiness.

The 9 Attitude: You are the leader. At work, you’ll not just do your job but everyone else’s.
Wherever you go, people will look at you as the person in charge. Your way of life is basically “Show me what to do, and I will do it.” If you have any emotional scars from your childhood, you need to let them go. If you do not, it can lead to depression. You are very quick to help others, but you must learn to establish healthy boundaries so as not to be drained emotionally.

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