• Capable of analyzing, judging, discriminating. )
• Searches for wisdom or hidden truths. Often becomes authority \ on subjects that interest him—technical, scientific, religious or ¡; occult. i
• Potential to be educator, philosopher, researcher.
• Spiritual awareness (often latent). May be involved in psychic ? explorations. \
• Operates on "different" wavelength which may give unique approaches and solutions to problems. (It also may make it dif- * ficult for others to know the person well.) =
• Perfectionist. When carried to extremes, as it may well be, this tendency may interfere with work at hand.
• Very logical, rational approach. Approach shows little emotion. Too much emotion, if noted in other numbers, may cause difficulties.
• Willing to work to understand deep, difficult subjects, to search for hidden fundamentals.
• Potential to be peaceful and poised. Usually achieved only at maturity.
CHARTi THE EXPRESSION
• Little trust in others.
• Usually introspective, tends to be self-centered.
• Critical, unsympathetic, intolerant.
• Usually prefers to work alone. Must learn to be by himself and not feel isolated—may rebel at the idea of learning this.
• Difficulty with emotions—usually shows little of own emotions and may have difficulty understanding others' emotions.
• Organizational, managerial and administrative capabilities.
• Potential for achievement and financial reward. Can establish and/or run own business or have significant position in another's business.
• Good judgment with money. Understands how to accumulate, handle and spend money.
• Good judgment of character.
• Uses a realistic, practical approach.
• Capable of handling large projects or interests. This capability may be latent or may be in the background because of characteristics of other numbers.
• Ambitious, usually in healthy way (unless overdone). Goal-oriented.
• Seeks material comfort. If overdone, this becomes a negative
• Overambitious, impatient with progress.
• Very exacting, both of self and others. Often intolerant.
• May strain after money, status or power to own detriment. May misuse power. May strain for material freedom so that even accomplishment of the freedom does not bring pleasure.
• Materialistic, to exclusion of other values.
CHARTi THE EXPRESSION
Humanistic interest and approach. Philanthropic, likes to help others.
Sensitive to others' needs, much feeling and compassion. Works well with people.
Potential for inspiring others—may be teacher, religious leader, counselor.
Creative ability, imagination and artistic talent of the highest order (often latent).
• Much human understanding.
• Gives a lot to others, extreme of selflessness occasionally achieved.
• Personal ambition is usually in positive perspective.
• Interest in others—sympathetic, tolerant, broad-minded, compassionate, generous.
• Idealistic, disappointed at lack of perfection in the world.
• Romantic. Gives much friendship, affection, love. Can sometimes (in its highest expression) be content with minimal return.
• Aware of own feelings as well as others.
• Selfish, self-centered.
• Unaware of real feelings.
• Insensitive to others' needs and feelings.
• Wants much friendship, affection, love. Sometimes has difficult (often aloof) attitude which makes it difficult for others to respond.
• Lack of involvement.
• Inspirational, often inspires by his own example. Others usually can see his inner strength and awareness. Would be good spiritual adviser, philosopher, teacher, welfare worker.
• Very aware and sensitive with good intuition. Tie to spiritual world gives added depth to point of view.
• Often operating on psychic levels—may do well in psychic, mystic or occult studies.
• Good mind and analytical ability.
• Very capable at whatever work is chosen, but often has difficulty focusing ability to achieve ends.
• Usually works better outside the business world. If in the business world, his approach is often unusual.
• Idealistic approach. Often disappointed by own and others' imperfections. (Expresses ideals, even though they may prove impractical.)
• Deeply concerned with art, music, beauty.
CHARTtfJ THE EXPRESSION
• Nervous tension almost always present.
• Often more dreamer than doer. Sometimes quite aimless.
• Temperamental, temper.
• Impractical, sometimes has difficulty separating fantasy from reality.
• May impose ideas or standards on others in unfeeling way.
• Self-centered, inconsiderate.
• Wants to spread his illumination to others irrespective of others' desire or need.
CHARTi THE EXPRESSION
• Extremely capable at whatever work is chosen.
• Capable of handling large scale undertakings. May accomplish significant undertakings in the material world.
• Capable of leading in new directions.
• Unorthodox approach to problems.
• Much unusual perception and awareness.
• Practical approach tempered by awareness of non-material forces. ;!
• Inner strength visible to all. If developed, will attract others with charisma.
• Nervous tension brought on by high level awareness.
• May accentuate unorthodoxy to the point of eccentricity.
• Selfish and dominating. Uses power for own good rather than universal benefit.
• Inability to harness power may cause feelings of inferiority.
CHART IX THE SOUL URGE
The Soul Urge is a person's inner motivation, what he really wants out of life. See Chapter 5, page 37. jf
His inner nature is usually revealed to others, but sometimes it is hidden j within.
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