Numerology Of Amika
Expression Number - 8
Soul Urge Number - 11
Personality Number - 6
Life Path Number -
Positive Traits - powerful, ambitious, perserverant, generous, self-disciplined
Negative Traits - stubborn, impatient, materialistic
Careers - entrepreneur, manager, athlete, politician, financial services
Hail the little entrepreneur. Eight children are ambitious, perserverant and goal oriented. They are organized and focused beyond their years. Allowances will not be squandered with eight children as they are quite self disciplined and money conscious. At times your eight child's inner strength will manifest as stubborness and impatience. Encourage them to be more flexible.
Positive Traits - spiritual, inspirational, idealistic, dreamy, intuitive, strong
Negative Traits - nervous, sensitive, too dreamy
Careers - teacher, social worker, philosopher, advisor
An eleven Soul Urger loves interracting with others. The first of the master numbers, elevens are concerned for the greater good and possess idealistic dreams for the world. They are insiteful and sensitive and similar to twos but also have greater inclinations towards leadership. Elevens take great pride in their ability to create effective, harmonious relationships. Their greatest fufillment comes from finding middle ground solutions to contenscious problems.
Positive Traits - compassionate, loving, generous, responsible, humble, charismatic
Negative Traits - emotional, too generous
Careers - teacher, artist, clergy
Kids with Personality numbers of six are perceived as friendly, loving and caring. They are thought of as flexible and creative. Six kids do well socially and are considered good team players and enjoy helping others.
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