CHART 1: THE NUMBERS—BASICS _ See Chapter 2
CHART 2: THE LIFE PATH _
See Chapter 3
CHART 3: THE EXPRESSION __
See Chapter 4
CHART 4: THE SOUL URGE _
See Chapter 5
CHART 5: THE BIRTHDAY _
See Chapter 6
CHART 6: THE ASPECTS _
See Chapter 7
CHART 7: THE KARMIC DEBT _
See Chapter 11
CHART 8: THE INTENSITY TABLE _ See Chapter 12
CHART 9: THE CHALLENGE/
THE GROWTH NUMBER _ See Chapters 14 and 15
CHART 10: THE MATURITY NUMBER See Chapter 16
CHART 11: THE FIRST LETTER _
See Chapter 20
CHART 12: THE FIRST VOWEL _
See Chapter 20
The brief descriptions of all the numbers are similar to the descriptions in CHAPTER 2. See pages 12-14 of that chapter for a discussion of the relations among the numbers.
Concerned with the individual alone. Related to relatively abstract concepts. Involved with more idealistic endeavors.
Concerned with the relation of the individual to the group. Related to relatively practical concepts. Involved with more mundane endeavors.
INDIVIDUATION INDEPENDENCE ATTAINMENT
A person must distinguish himself from other people and acknowledge his own INDIVIDUATION. The individual has to develop the capability of standing on his own and going from dependence to INDEPENDENCE. Once independent, the person becomes aware of his potential for ATTAINMENT as an individual—for creating and pioneering when working alone—to leading and managing as an individual working with others.
2 RELATION COOPERATION
Independence is important but has its limitations. There are other people all about, and another lesson involves being a meaningful part of a group—a small group like family or friends, a larger group like a business or community. The person must learn adaptability, service, consideration for others, i.e, the meaning of a RELATION with others, the idea of
JOY OF LIVING
A person must discover, both as an individual and as a group member, his capability of EXPRESSION: (1) artistic expression—writing, painting, sculpting, singing or any of the many other means of expressing inner thoughts and emotions, and (2) expression of feelings toward others—friendship, affection, love. The JOY OF LIVING can be expressed with optimism and enthusiasm. There can be a purity, even a naiveté here. (This is, perhaps, the most enjoyable lesson of all the numbers.)
CHART 1 A LIMITATION
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