Numerology Of Adram
Expression Number - 1
Soul Urge Number - 2
Personality Number - 8
Life Path Number -
Positive Traits - excellent leader, independent, ambitious, strong willed, creative, inventive
Negative Traits - stubborn, domineering, impatient
Careers - entrepreneur, manager, inventor, scientist
Your number one kid will be a number one kid. Born leaders, they will will love to direct both the children and adults around them. They are self-confident and self-reliant. They will always have a creative idea and the desire to act upon it. Their in-born independence should serve them well when dealing with peer-pressure. Gentle reminders about respect for others should help your number one from becoming to domineering.
Positive Traits - gentle, cooperative, patient, sincere
Negative Traits - timid, sensitive, low self-confidence, low self-esteem
Careers - teacher, musician, designer, diplomat
Children with a Soul Urge number two love people and the harmony amongst people. For this reason Soul Urge two people avoid strife and are drawn towards calm. They flourish in a warm and caring environment. Number twos feel a sense of fufillment when they help to foster this environment through their own deeds, sense of understanding and diplomatic attitude.
Positive Traits - powerful, ambitious, perserverant, generous, self-disciplined
Negative Traits - stubborn, impatient, materialistic
Careers - entrepreneur, manager, athlete, politician, financial services
A Personality number eight child will appear ambitious, determined and goal oriented. They are also sometimes thought to be materialistic. Eights are also seen to have an ability to sense trends and therfore do well in games of chance or the stock market.
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