Numerology Of Dambudzo
Expression Number - 5
Soul Urge Number - 1
Personality Number - 22
Life Path Number -
Positive Traits - outgoing, friendly, flexible, upbeat, versatile, easy to talk to
Negative Traits - restless, distracted, too impulsive
Careers - sales, entertainer, travel industry
Five children are blessed with versatility and multi-talents. They love to explore and be free and will adapt as needed to achieve this freedom. They are perceptive about people which enables them to be persuasive and get along well with others. Fives can be unfocused and too impulsive so remember to help your little five in these areas, encouraging them to complete the projects that they begin.
Positive Traits - excellent leader, independent, ambitious, strong willed, creative, inventive
Negative Traits - stubborn, domineering, impatient
Careers - entrepreneur, manager, inventor, scientist
A child with a Soul Urge number of one is self-confident, creative, and likes to lead. Ones enjoy being innovators. As both children and adults they will have their own unique ways to solve problems. Being competitive by nature, Soul Urge one children feel most fufilled when they 'win' or succeed at their endeavors and are recognized for it.
Positive Traits - perceptive, practical, strong, intelligent, able to handle large scale tasks
Negative Traits - eccentric, unorthodox, domineering
Careers - manager, politician, builder
The second of the master numbers, and the number of the Master Builder, twenty-twos are often thought of as strong, practical and intuitive. Twenty-twos are thought to have big ideas and are often trusted by others to take on and successfully complete the 'big jobs'. Sometimes they may be perceived to be domineering.
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