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!
3 or more fives
You’ve got ants in your pants, as they used to say. You need a career that allows you to express your inner restlessness and moodiness. A daily routine in which where you already know in the morning what you’ll be doing in the evening is not for you. If you have a less varied career then you will have to put more energy into your private life so as not to become overwhelmed by a possible energy-build up. For those around you, you are often difficult to fathom as you tend to live in your own world and your opinions are not always comprehensible for others. Your love of independence defines your actions. That often means conflicts in steady relationships, because either you put yourself under pressure to be more “homely”, which is hard to keep up in the long term, or you become deeply unhappy, which goes against your true nature. Ideally you should find a partner who understands your basic needs and who doesn’t feel threatened or rejected each time you have to reassert your independence.
You possess irrepressible joie de vivre and great determination when it comes to realising your life goals. It’s not easy to throw you off track or shake you up. If you allow yourself to be pressured into living a life you don’t like, you become insecure and lose touch with the demands of with your inner self and own spiritual needs. This can raise larger conflicts that may end up with alcohol misuse or dependency on other drugs. The influence of multiple fives in your date of birth isn’t easy and takes a lot of courage to act out. However, several fives also mean that you have the necessary will power and endurance when you really need it.
Absence of five
In a lot of relationships and families massive misunderstandings smoulder below the surface between those members with a five and those without. The partner with the five says: “but it’s so simple, you just sit down and think about what you want, and then you go and get it.” The partner without the five often can’t comprehend this and can quickly be made to feel incapable, because things are simply not that simple for him. Between parents and children this situation can be even harder. Parents with a five in their date of birth assume that their children will be capable of working in a focussed way toward a goal. They find it difficult to understand that children without a five often don’t possess this kind of commitment and determination and that this is their natural disposition and not laziness.
Of course people without a five have plans, ideas and aims just like others, but often the energy to put these ideas into practice is lacking. They would like to be more pro-active but they look around first to see if there isn’t an easier way, or if there isn’t someone there to help them. Only when there is no other alternative do they really concentrate on realising their goals and even then it can take a while. People without a five have to give themselves a real push in order to remain true to their aims and not allow themselves to be sidetracked or put off by hurdles in their way. Although often the idea is the motor that leads to reality, without a five a lot of ideas will remain only ideas.
For people without a five, it is important to build themselves a psychological bridge and imagine how they can attain their aims on the strength of their own determination, and to imagine the steps necessary to attain them. Without a five in your date of birth, endurance and perseverance have to be learnt.
PUBLISHED: 01 September 2014