Numerology Of Maata
Expression Number - 9
Soul Urge Number - 3
Personality Number - 6
Life Path Number -
Positive Traits - visionary, socially conscious, idealistic, creative, generous, compassionate
Negative Traits - withdrawn, distracted, moody
Careers - non-profit, evironmental, photographer, politician, lawyer, teacher
Your little nine loves to play the big brother or big sister, and make's the perfect older child. They are very sensitive to the needs of others, very compassionate. Nines are often imaginitive, dreamy and artistically talented. Socially conscious by nature, your young nine may become involved with environmental groups and be very conscious about being green and giving back to the environment. Always encourage your little nine to be social and focused as their natural tendencies are not strong in these areas.
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 - 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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