Count the twos in your date of birth (including all the numbers in the year). The numerologist, Eleonore Jacobi, will tell you what the twos mean!
2 or more sevens
You are very emotional, not to say dramatic. You love to talk and talk and can discuss things indefinitely. What this is really all about is your getting confirmation of your opinion rather to actually listen to the other person’s opinion. When you do something, you give it your all. Because of your strong sense of right and wrong you can get very hot under the collar about injustices done to you or others. You, therefore, like to use your natural skills to help others in less fortunate situations.
This is a deep-seated desire of yours and your help occasionally falls on rocky ground. When the expected appreciation isn’t forthcoming, you are capable of holding a grudge against him for a long time. You almost never forget a real or imagined insult and sometimes feel the need for revenge, even when it’s clear that you’ll only be making things worse. However, in such instances you are absolutely resolute. People with a seven in their date of birth can be extremely ambivalent. On the one hand you want to help and advise people, but only in the exact the way you deem fit.
However, when you offer someone help, you also have to accept that your advice might not be taken, or even refused outright. This is not easy for you to accept. You are interested in the spiritual side of life, including maybe quite wacky esoteric ideas, once you are convinced there’s something in it.
Absence of sevens
Without the very emotional influence of the seven in your date of birth it’s much easier for you to see things objectively. It is not too difficult for you to deal with disappointments; you do not take criticism very personally and you are not unnecessarily a perfectionist in your attitudes. This could be considered as a lack of passion or an inability to throw yourself into things, which of course is far from the truth. The reality is simply that you don’t wear your heart on your sleeve.
PUBLISHED: 01 September 2014