(Adapted from Ricky Lake site):
As 2013 approaches, finding out your life path number may help determine your new year resolutions. Here’s how to find out your life path number. Let’s use Ricki as an example on how to determine your own number.
How To Find Your Life Path Number: Ricki Lake was born 9-21-1968
Break down the birthday numbers: 9+2+1+1+9+6+8=36
Then breakdown that number: 3+6=9; 9 is Ricki’s Life Path Number!
WHAT DOES YOUR LIFE PATH NUMBER MEAN?
1: “independent, self motivated, and hard workers.” They love to be first and are self-critical, as well as sometimes critical of others. 1’s are great multi-taskers and like to always be busy. And don’t even think about being lazy around a 1.
2: peace keepers and would do well as mediators. Very loyal, if a 2 says “I love you,” you better believe they mean it. They’re good companions and have a strong desire to “share their lives with someone special.” But don’t push a 2 too far. If they’re backed into a corner, watch out.
3: the ultimate communicators — in both written and verbal methods. Think actors, singers, performers… 3’s do well on stage and in front of a camera. 3’s are naturally funny, yet can be moody if their creative side isn’t put to goo use. Known to stretch the truth a bit, 3’s are famous for their trademark smile and sparkly eyes.
4: homebodies — creatures of comfort. Big thinkers, they sometimes need to learn how to shut off their minds. 4’s like everything in its place and excel in organization. A sure sign something could be wrong with a 4 is if his home space is a mess and not in order.
5: seeks freedom, fun, adventure. If they do not live the adventure, their lives become way too dramatic. They are the natural detectives and celebrators of life (holidays are usually their specialty). 5’s have a hard time settling down and have a fear of being trapped or smothered in a relationship.
6: like to take care and rescue. If male, they like to be the knight in shining armor. nurturers. Females tend to mother the “little boy” in their men. 6’s would do well running the show but need to take heed: If all is going well, a 6 might just come in and ruin it. 6’s tend to look up to others, and find themselves disappointed when they don’t live up to expectations. 6’s are magnetic and draw others to them. Whatever mood a 6 is in, the room feels it.
7: are also thinkers with a desire to be alone. 7’s would do well trusting and having a little faith.They have a loner quality. Natural beauty catches the attention of a 7: ocean, flowers, sunsets, etc. 7’s need to be careful when not based in faith, they can try to escape through addiction; drugs, alcohol, work, etc. 7’s play it close to the vest and like a bit of mystery.
8: need financial security above most else. They’re not good at taking advice and feel strongly about making their own decisions — often leading them to learn difficult lessons. 8’s can be honest to a fault. Often blunt, they can leave hurt feelings in their wake — albeit unintentionally. But their sometimes- insensitive actions are the result of the opposite happening inside. 8’s have strong feelings about what happens in their lives.
9: great leaders, often assumed to be in charge, even when they’re not. A 9 is known for taking care of others but could use a bit of assurance when they have their own needs, especially asking for help and emotional support. It’s not uncommon for a 9 to feel either abandoned by their parents, or overwhelmingly responsible for them. They hold on to the past.
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