Numerology reading Sample report. Birth date, and obstacles upon path.

  

Please note, upon choosing one of my numerology services, a client may decide whether they would like to draw a tarot along with their life path reading, either to indicate what obstacles are blocking them upon their path, or to see where their hearts true desire lies, (future aspirations). In the case of these sample readings, I have included both examples. 

Also, although life path readings may be universal, the descriptions given are more based on the individuals energy, than the simple generalisation of the numbers calculated. 

When working with life path numbers to calculate a persons destiny, I like to work with ALL of the numbers present in a persons birth sequence, and not just a culmination of all numbers. Therefore, I will also deal with the surrounding numbers that influence their behaviours,

Ie – 

Firstly, your overall life path number, is the life path of 8, but before I describe to you what that means, I would like to introduce you to a method of numerology I use, where I calculate some of the existing numbers in the Birth sequence, as I also believe that these have an influence over the individual.
For instance, the number 3 appears twice in your birth sequence.

(This client was born on the 3rd of march).

3 March (3),

So let’s take a look at what the number 3 means in regards to numerology..

The number 3 is the number of creativity, and those carrying this number tend to be artistically inclined in some form, through writing, painting, dancing, singing, or otherwise. Number 3s have a very vivid imagination, and for this reason is often depicted as the dreamer, and the idealist, who has big ideas for humanity, and huge aspirations to see them being fulfilled!
It is also believed that the number 3 is very in touch with a child like nature, and deep down, they possess an unmistakable compassion, tenderness, and softness, that may stem from being what we call, a ‘wounded healer’.

However, without further ado, let us take a look at your overall life path number, which is the sum of your entire birth sequence, 3+3+1973 = 8.
The life path of 8 in my opinion, is a fantastic life path to own! Not only does the 8 represent longevity, eternity, wealth, and abundance, but it also represents balance – which is my favourite principle!

The number 8 is always very likely to showcase a very independent, rebellious, and adventurous spirit. They appear to be very tough, self sufficient, independent, and self reliant to the point that they may even seem suspiciously, or mysteriously lonely. Spectators may wonder indeed if the number 8 has any close friends, or family, as they always seem to be far more interested in a career, or artistic endeavour.

The number 8 is undoubtably ambitious! Either due to being poor, deprived, or neglected in childhood, or from growing up in a restrictive environment/setting, the number 8 as soon as they are old enough sets out to cultivate enough material wealth and stability to see that they never have to rely on others again. This is where their independent streak is born from. At one point or another, they had no choice but to rely on others, and their needs were often left unmet, so they therefore desire ultimately, to never find themselves in this predicament again. Typically, the idea of being vulnerable or needy, is absolutely horrifying to them!

The number 8 is also very likely to have experienced some harrowing times in their younger years. Anything from betrayal, to abuse of trust, and love. Once upon a time, the number 8 gave their heart away, freely, and openly, and expected others to do the same. But upon witnessing that the same was not granted, the number 8 tends to dive into a career, or some sort of money making plan instead, this serves as an illusionary distraction, and fulfilment of their ultimate needs.

The strong and independent exterior that the 8 carries is usually bravado. Although they are actually very hard Woking, they sometimes fear that If they were ever to stop working so hard, they would have nothing else to show for themselves, and little else to fall back on. It is also likely that they do not have strong family connections, or if they do, they are also weary of their family’s intentions and motives at times.

The real challenge for the number 8 is to re-intergrate into society, as an effective member of the wheel, and not just the here today, gone tomorrow type. Despite whatever hurt you may have experienced, life is still abundant with riches, and you will not find these spiritual or emotional riches, unless you let go of the walls that you have built around your heart.

The 8 can be prone to long term loneliness, mental isolation, and lone wolfism, that over time if left untreated, could morph into depression. 

The adult world can seem scary, and critical when we have not been taught as children that we can trust those around us, but as adults, we have the ability to cater to ourselves in a way that we were never blessed enough to be catered to. But self love is merely a door, that opens up to a room of accepting the love that others also have to offer us. Remember that like attracts like, if you persist through life with walls and barriers, those who you attract into your experience will mirror your hesitance, and conceal, and therefore will never fully show up as themselves either.

In this case, you will endure recurring cycles of meeting those who do not meet your needs, and further retreating into yourself, and your work.

Your tarot reading: Obstacle/what is blocking your path –

The four of swords.

The four of swords relates to the order, stability, and calm that we experience after a rocky, or tumultuous life period, and any sort of mental, emotional, or physical Injury. In numerology, the four is all about order, and our need to take control over situations that bring us any disorder. The four of swords indicates that you have had your fair share of trials amongst life’s journey, almost perfect love stories, that each left you, a little bit more disheartened than the last. This has probably been an on going theme for you for multiple lives. Perhaps there is something that each experience needed to teach you. Perhaps each experience mirrored the ways that you felt internally about yourself. Either way, when the four of swords shows up, we need rest, we need to restore order, and balance, essentially, licking and tending to our wounds.

Kindest regards, and blessed be,

Seek Cindy. ~

Clients reading number 2.Numerology reading report.

Life path 6.

Your life path of 6 means that you are the advisor, the counsellor, the humanitarian, and the care giver.

Naturally, you are the peacemaker. People come to

You for advise, and naturally, your observant nature allows you to pick up on their subtle troubles, and you sometimes step in to offer your advice, and perspective. You must be careful not to come off as domineering, or interfering, and ensure that others are open, and willing to take on your advice, when you do decide to give it.
Because you are so giving, you are also prone to feeling unappreciated, and frustrated, if you perceive that others are not recognising of your efforts. 

You are very family and community based. Fitting in, and being a part of something, is likely a thought that has followed you for most of your life, and will be why you share such a great affinity for the weak and the down trodden, in them, you see yourself.

You must learn to become your own healer, so that you may help others accordingly, without growing bigger, cynical, or resentful in the process. 

You are likely to travel deep lengths to cater to those who you feel ‘need you’, you are your brothers keeper, and your sisters keeper, and for this reason it is likely that you seek out those who are already in pain.
Although you love to feel needed, you must remain aware that others will always take advantage where you allow them to, and if you carry on without setting healthy boundaries, you may create your own unbreakable cycles of encouraging others to lean on you, and then growing frustrated, and depressed when you feel as if they are taking advantage of you. 
You must also be vigilant of growing resentful or becoming ill intentioned due to past pains. It is your painful past experiences that have given you such compassion, do not allow yourself to forget this.
Tarot reading.

Past influences –  

Four of pentacles.

The Lord of power represents the time when we achieve a stable level of material balance. At least at that present time. Control, settling in, retrieving balance after a turbulent or rocky time. Everything in order, and everything in place. This card may sometimes point to us holding on too tightly to material possessions. You may have come to substitute, or equate, financial security with emotional stability, and you may find that this compromised your spiritual, or creative pursuits/energy. 

All creator (creative) energy is free flowing, and if we hold on too tightly to anything on the physical plane, we may find that we are blocking ourselves in other areas. Whilst financial security is vital, and beneficial, do not cling to an occupation/income as a source of internal fulfilment. Do not neglect the simpler beauties of life.

Present/obstacles – 

Three of swords/king of cups.

The combination of these two cards may point to the breakdown of a relationship, loss of a love interest, disturbance to emotional equilibrium, rejection, loneliness, heart break, grief or betrayal.

Painful, unexpected events.

The three of swords is often depicted as a heart with three sword wounds penetrating it. This points to an injury of the heart, or an emotional time where we experience a great loss. In combination with the king of cups, this is very likely to correspond with a relationship, or a significant other. Perhaps the union did not go as planned, perhaps you are left once again feeling emotionally unfulfilled, and wondering how much more your heart can withstand. 

The king of cups asks you to take the kind of action that he might take, for example, calmness in a crisis, using diplomacy rather than force, and developing an overview of situations and outcomes. 

The king of cups is in charge, and in control of his emotions, when he arrives, he may point to a love interest who represents a heavily masculine energy, and a relationship that requires us to be introduced to integrating both masculine, and feminine energies. Masculine energy is associated with emotional balance, whereas feminine energy is all loving and engulfing, masculine energy can express reserved love, and seek the rest of this balance from the feminine. Overly feminine energy is overflowing, and over emotional. Picture a cup of water flowing, until it pours messily from the cup. 
This is a partner, or individual whom may seem to lack considerable effort, care, or consideration, but in reality, he has been taught to sit on his emotions, and instead, develop a calm and composed, interior, and exterior, thus he always expresses an heir of calm, and does not bode well in arguing for arguments sake. 

He comes to us to introduce balance, leadership qualities, and harmonise masculine and feminine energies. He asks us to bring balance to our intense and creative emotions.
Remember that your path is the one of the humanitarian, and essentially, the healer. And it is important to remember that any and all bruises of the heart are attempts to guide you, and teach you, and not to become stains of the heart, or undermine your progress. Pain encourages death/rebirth, in order for you to grow, learn from past mistakes, and transform into the highest version of yourself. Whilst your pain may appear never ending, or excruciating, with time, faith, self) love, forgiveness, and patience, you will see the truth and the light behind all situations, including this one. 

How can you develop a stronger awareness of the unconscious without becoming overwhelmed by it?

Future aspirations – 

Ace of cups.

This is the tarot decks card of true love, and points to our deepest desires to find, become inspired, and become transformed, by love. It would be hard to imagine a soul mate reading, without the presence of the ace of cups.  

When the ace of cups appears in a reading, there is a feeling of love so deep, that one, (or both) of the partners are almost willing to die for the other! There are intense feelings of fulfilment, satisfaction, and wholesomeness, and there is no doubt that the love is reciprocated on both sides. 

This card points to your desire to find, and experience this type of love. As I mentioned before, feelings, care giving, and love, are extremely important to you, and this is tied in with your mission, and soul purpose on this earth. You must realise that external love does not first exist without internal love, and in order for you to locate the love that you truly desire, you must become and embody this very love that you so seek. There are other pleasures in love that you can enjoy whilst you still have not found the love of your life. The love of family, the love of friends, and the love of creativity, these are all variations of love and will also bring you fulfilment and satisfaction.
You will find love one day! It is a given, but please do not close your heart to it along the way. Recognise that the bruises of your heart are lessons, not curses.
Kindest regards,

Seek Cindy.

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