Numerology Of Logan
Expression Number - 22
Soul Urge Number - 7
Personality Number - 6
Life Path Number -
Positive Traits - perceptive, practical, strong, intelligent, able to handle large scale tasks
Negative Traits - eccentric, unorthodox, domineering
Careers - manager, politician, builder
The number twenty-two is the second of the master numbers and is referred to as the Master Builder. This is a very hard number to fully live up to, because it is capable of such great success. Twenty twos can take the most ambitious dreams and turn them into reality. They often have unorthodox solutions to problems and are not afraid to lead in new directions. Like elevens, twentytwos are more concerned with the good of all than with their own personal ambitions. Your young twenty two will have big ideas, great plans, and wonderful self confidence. Sometimes twentytwos solutions are so creative that they are eccentric. Help to keep your little twentytwo grounded.
Positive Traits - analytical, intellectual, spiritual, contemplative, focused
Negative Traits - aloof, suspicious, selfish
Careers - clergy, researcher, teacher, philosopher
Seven Soul Urgers come into the world with a strong spiritual sense and need to connect with nature. Sevens like to explore and learn about the world around them. They feel most contented by thoughtful and intellectual endeavors.
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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