Decided today was the day to finally let go of all the abandoned blogposts sitting in WordPress as drafts. Found this one and thought instead of deleting I’d just go ahead and post it. So enjoy
So I got a prompt recently for OctPoWriMo that was all about numbers. One option was about to write about your Life Path number. While I’m interested in Tarot, Astrology and things of the sort I’m not sure how much I believe in them. It’s the idea that our lives are predestined to be a particular way. But I guess they can be useful tools for guidance. Truth is though they usually, I think, just confirm or give us the confidence to follow our gut. We see, hear and take from them what we really want to hear.
Anyway that was getting off topic. So out of curiosity I tried to determine what my Life Path number was. If I did it correctly, which I have my doubts, my number turns out to be 7. The description of this type of person is pretty accurate. Eerily so actually. (I may not be an authority on anything, but I thought last words coming up was a funny little coincidence, or was it.)
Seeker of Knowledge
As a Life Path 7 you are always looking for the answers. Whether the question is big or small, doesn’t matter, it’s the glory of finding the answer that drives you. This can lead to some interesting journeys during your life since you tend to seek spiritual or inner self understanding.
You tend to do this journey on your own and can live inside your own head for lengths of time. You can see situations from many different angles. This is great for careers that requires you to analyze a situation solo, or weed through large amounts of data.
However, because of your desire to process things and stay in your own head, it can take a long time for someone else to get to know you. This can make relationships difficult to flourish and maintain. You are highly sensitive, but shy away from emotions that may be foreign.
You Get The Last Word
You tend to be in positions that allows you to give the “Last Word” on a subject because you are often considered an authority on the subject. Careers that you should consider, if you haven’t, include: Lawyer, Judge, Clergy, Scientist. These careers and careers similar to them will work well for you because it allows for the time to process things in your head and allows you to be in a position of authority.
You Value Your Independence
You tend to be a loner and find solace in solitude. From the outside this can lead people to believe you an introvert or self absorbed, when in fact you may be enjoying the details that many people are overlooking.