Numerology Of Aglaya
Expression Number - 2
Soul Urge Number - 3
Personality Number - 8
Life Path Number -
Positive Traits - gentle, cooperative, patient, sincere
Negative Traits - timid, sensitive, low self-confidence, low self-esteem
Careers - teacher, musician, designer, diplomat
Your little number two will get along great with others. Ever the peacemaker their steady and cooperative nature will help keep things calm wherever they may go. Number twos thrive on group activities. They are intelligent and detailed oriented. Because they are innately team players, number twos can sometimes get lost in the shuffle. Encourage your number two child to take credit for his/her achievements, and to speak up when they have something to say.
Positive Traits - creative, social, playful, optimistic, happy, motivating
Negative Traits - disorganized, emotional, irresponsible
Careers - writer, actor, musician, entertainer
A child with a Soul Urge of three has the heart of an artist, inventor. Their greatest fulfillment comes from creative endeavors. This can include anything from traditional art, painting, drawing, sculpture, writing, to more explorative or inventive pursuits. Anything which fosters creativity and its ajoining social interaction will make a number thrive thrive.
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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