Using Numerology to Determine Your
Numerology is an age old metaphysical science that uses the
hidden meaning behind numbers and letters to help guide one in their life path. One aspect of Numerology is to use this method
of divination for assistance in determining which career area best fits you. Today, career counselors, head hunters and personnel
hiring agencies use this technique along with other job aptitude tests to determine the best candidate for a job opening or
promotion. To find your career path number, just follow the simple procedure below, do the simple calculation, then read the
description that relates to that number.
Step 1 - Write down your date of birth using numbers. (example - 11/21/1960)
Step 2 - Add the numbers in the year together. (example 1+9+6+0 = 16)
Step 3 - To the year number, add the month and day of birth. (example 16+11+21=48)
Step 4 - Add the end result together to obtain a one digit number (example 4+8=12, then 1+2=3)
Step 5 - Based on the final one digit number, read the description relating to that number to determine the job
area that best fits you. Based on the example, the number you would read is number 3.
Career Path Descriptions Based on Numerology In the following descriptions, you will find the same vocation listed under different
numbers. In those cases, read the general description to help you determine how to use the vocation within the context of
the number. Example: Lawyer appears under 2,3,6,7,8and 9. In number 3 it would be related to a court lawyer, in number 7 as
a divorce lawyer, in number 8 as a corporate lawyer because of the major business overtones.
Number 1 as a career path examples: Inventor, designer, aviator, leader of a group, department or business organization;
Ambassador, director, program planner, store owner, officer in the military. Producer of motion pictures, television or theater
productions; Lecturer, promoter, sales manager, engineer, executive, explorer. Creative work of all kinds. The number one
career path is to lead others, implement new programs, be innovative, work in management levels. A number one is a self-starter,
independent, and can stand on their own two feet with self confidence in the work they perform.
Number 2 career path examples: Diplomat, agent, caterer, clerk, lawyer, insurance adjuster, or any position that
demands arbitration. Architect, bookkeeper, accounting, bill collector, custodian, legislator, librarian, minister, foreign
minister, politician, teacher. The number two career path is to help bring about harmonious conditions. The need to define
and balance is at the center of their work. They are called upon to settle disputes, bring about peaceful settlements, and
enter into partnerships. If your calculation resulted in a number eleven before being reduced down to the number two, then
you vibrate at a higher level. More is expected of you. The types of career path for a number eleven include inspirational
writer, teacher, lecturer, promoter, sales manager, leader in public affairs, professional in metaphysical work, astrologer,
astronomer, numerologist. Electrician, space age electronics expert, astronaut. The number eleven is tuned into the Cosmic
Mind, and their work has a touch of divine inspiration and cosmic insight.
Number 3 career path examples: Artist, musician, nurse, dietitian, physician. Writer, entertainer, cosmetician,
salesperson of cosmetics, craft or artistic items. An artisan in any line. Lawyer, judge, engineer, pastor, priest, playground
director, athletic coach, scout director, vocational school teacher, philosopher. Webdesigner, graphic artist, or digital
music field. A number three is versatile and multitalented. Self-expression is necessary for happiness and best work. Avoid
positions of close confinement or long hours, unless those hours are being used to create.
Number 4 career path examples: All building trades, farmer, miner, industrialist, mason, draftsperson, mechanic,
accountant, undertaker, efficiency expert, executive, professional boxer, engineer, mechanic, chemist, laboratory technician.
Programmer, software developer, system engineer. A number four works with form and structure, and needs an organized environment
to produce their best work. They pay attention to detail, and do repetitive tasks well. There is a need to produce a tangible
end product and to experience the world as a structured place. If your calculation resulted in a number twenty-two before
being reduced down to the number four, then you vibrate at a higher level. More is expected of you. The types of career path
for a number twenty-two include executive, diplomat, ambassador, government agent, adjuster, mediator, humanitarian, librarian,
school superintendent. A twenty-two belongs in public service or in an advisory capacity in some way. Master builders in the
world of form, these folks can reach great heights in the area of executive level careers.
Number 5 career path examples: Salesperson, advertising, executive, investigator or detective, writer, teacher,
lecturer, copy reader, news columnist, editor, any career in communications. Internet consultant or marketer, e-commerce sales
and service. Graphologist, proofreader, publisher, playwright, TV or radio operator, actor, secretary, consultant, psychology
or language teacher, interpreter, import-export dealer. The number five is a communicator. In some sense and in some way,
they find the masses and speak to them. Language is their strength, and they can speak most anyone's language, from the sales
clerk up to executive level management. The number five needs room to move and freedom in their work environment
Number 6 career path examples: Actor, host or hostess, homemaker, teacher, writer, nurse, doctor. Interior decorator,
artist, florist, singer, voice teacher, tutor. Beautician, dressmaker or designer, fashion expert, musician, perfumer, incense
chemist, herbalist. Any branch of theater work. Marriage counselor, divorce attorney. The number six is concerned with domestic
occupations and service to others. Trades that require a certain artistry come under this number, such as interior decorating,
hairdressing, landscaping, musician, or builder in the domestic area, such as electrician, plumber, home improvements. The
key work of the number six is to obtain balance in service to others.
Number 7 career path examples: Archeologist, astrologer, engineer, healer, preacher, author, dentist, farmer, lawyer,
photographer, psychic investigator, any sort of research work. A seven dislikes manual labor and does best in an atmosphere
of refinement and culture. The seven is a thinker. Training in a discipline, philosophy, science, religion, psychology, or
an area where fine mental capabilities can be put to good use is important.
Number 8 career path examples: Banker, financier, engineer, undertaker, chemist, carpenter, crime investigator,
druggist, exterminator, firearms or dynamite expert. Lawyer, organizer, supervisor, philanthropist, manufacturer, architect,
broker, real estate. A number eight involves business and finance, often at executive levels. They have strong organizational
abilities on a large scale, coupled with strength, leadership and endurance. Athletes and military careers fall under this
Number 9 career path examples: Researcher, electrician, explorer, magician, narcotics agent, scientist, doctor,
teacher, preacher, lecturer, surgeon, diplomat. Iron worker, artist, musician, lawyer, spiritual healer, horticulturist, landscape
gardner. The nine cares for all of humanity, can be a universal teacher of life and guidance for others, and gives freely
without concern for self.
Still have questions? Let me walk you through an example analysis. Take the date of birth March 19, 1954 and
break it down based on the calculation method. Example: 1+9+5+4=19; 19(yr)+3(mo)+19(da)=41; 4+1=5.
at the number 5 career path example, we can determine that this individual is a good communicator. Now let's say this person
applies for a position in insurance sales. At first glance, the person and the career path description seem to fit, as a number
five should be good at sales.
dig one step deeper, and look at the two numbers that make up the 5 career path. They are number 4 (A number four works with
form and structure, and needs an organized environment to produce their best work. They pay attention to detail, and do repetitive
tasks well. There is a need to produce a tangible end product and to experience the world as a structured place), and the
number 1 (to lead others, implement new programs, be innovative, work in management levels).
on the number 4 description, an alarm bell should go off....needs an organized environment to produce their best work...right
there, this person can be passed over for insurance sales, because in sales work, there is constant change, movement, phone
answering, order taking, chasing leads, and not all will produce an end result. This person will most likely become frustrated
quickly in this environment. In addition, with the number 1 factored in, this individual needs to be leading the sales team,
not actually doing the sales.
let me give you an example of the actual career path the individual having this date of birth followed. First, they served
in the armed forces at a young age, working in communications, then advancing on to doing very high level detailed work with
missiles. After leaving the service, this individual became an investigator for a large federal agency, eventually moving
into an area of protecting high level officials from potential harm.
addition to their professional work, this individual enjoyed remodeling old homes, doing everything from installing new kitchens,
carpeting, roofing, and tearing out walls to putting up new wallboard. At one point, this person actually took a basic old
home, gutted it, and built a new home form scratch, on a shoe string budget, then later sold the home at a profit. After retirement
from the federal service, this individual started their own private investigation firm.
this all together, you can see this person followed the key numbers in their career path as follows:
The number 4 - Building trades. Works with form and structure, and needs an organized environment to produce
their best work. They pay attention to detail, and do repetitive tasks well. There is a need to produce a tangible end product
and to experience the world as a structured place. Note that working in a federal agency, is very structured and protecting
high level officials definitely requires paying attention to details.
The number 1 - Officer in the military and in this case, advanced to a high level position in the federal
law enforcement area. Leads others, implement new programs, be innovative, work in management levels. A number one is a self-starter,
independent, and can stand on their own two feet with self confidence in the work they perform. These are definite talents
needed to be in a position of responsibility.
The number 5 - Investigator or detective protecting high level officials. A communicator. In some sense and
in some way, they find the masses and speak to them. Language is their strength, and they can speak most anyone's language,
from the sales clerk up to executive level management. The number five needs room to move and freedom in their work environment.
Here we see that even though this person worked in a highly structured environment, they also excelled when given the opportunity
to move freely in their work environment, that of an investigator and detective.
you can see, using numerology to determine your career path can be exciting. But the one thing I always find amazing is, it
works. If one is on their career path and being true to their numbers, then they do advance to the level of what is expected
tool can be used in many ways, and in the area of employment, I always consult the numbers before making a hiring decision.
Today, there are job aptitude models using numerology as a base to help employers analyze the natural traits of potential
job candidates. Statistics indicate this method to be one of the more accurate means used to place the right person in the
right job. It leads to less employee turnover, a happier group of workers because all are doing what is best suited for them,
and productivity levels are higher because the worker has a sense of personal self-worth and ownership in their work and career
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