Numerology Of Kaneonuskatew
Expression Number - 7
Soul Urge Number - 3
Personality Number - 22
Life Path Number -
Positive Traits - analytical, intellectual, spiritual, contemplative, focused
Negative Traits - aloof, suspicious, selfish
Careers - clergy, researcher, teacher, philosopher
Your seven baby and child will be very curious. They will enjoy intellectual pursuits and be thoughtful and introspective. Sevens are drawn to seek out the truth in the world around them. Your child will have the ability to study and learn about deep and difficult subjects. To keep them balanced encourage them to become involved with friends and athletic pursuits.
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 - 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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