Check Personality Traits through NUMEROLOGY

What is a Root Number in Numerology?

Root number is the sum of a person’s date of birth, i.e, the date on which he was born. A root number can predict the nature of a person and his behavioral patterns. It is useful in knowing about the positive and negative aspects of a person.
Root number has a special significance in Numerology in predicting the future events in a person’s life. Root number is an easy way to know about a person.

Calculate  Your Root Number: Convert your date of birth into a single digit.                                                      e.g. If a person is born on 17 Jan 1986 his Root number will be 1+7= 8. (We do not take the month and year of birth into consideration)

Let’s see what does Root Numbers say about your Personality Traits

ROOT NUMBER   1

Positive Trait: These people are individualistic and independent, they have inborn leadership qualities. They are masculine, focused, an originator and self-starter. They are also progressive, strong-willed, courageous, self-reliant and very good friends.

Negative Trait: They can be stubborn, selfish, weak and undisciplined. They are spendthrifts and love to show off.

ROOT NUMBER 2

Positive Trait: The Number 2’s are sensitive, tactful, diplomatic and cooperative. They are the peacemakers and team workers. Also, they are loving, studious and patient. They may express many musical or feminine qualities and also tend to be sensual and intuitive.

Negative Trait: They are often discontent and lazy. They need someone by their side always to do anything. They are sensitive and moody. Very unstable in life.

ROOT NUMBER 3

Positive Trait: They are the ones with a solution for every problem!! They are imaginative, expressive, communicators and artists. They are tolerant, joyful, optimistic, inspiring, talented, jovial. They love to sleep and guide other people.

Negative Trait: They are a little jealous kind when it comes to attention.They want it all. They are dominating in relationships.

ROOT NUMBER 4  

Positive Trait: “SUDDEN” and “SURPRISES” are two the words that can best describe them. Everything that happens in their happens all of a sudden. Generally they are disciplined, strong, stable, dependable, and hard-working. Generally don’t benefit from the parental property.

Negative Trait: Short tempered. They do not share their secrets with anyone. . They spend a lot on show off and fail to save money.

ROOT NUMBER 5

Positive Trait: Full of energy they love adventurous and daring things. They love their freedom. They also tend to be versatile, flexible, adaptable, curious, social, sensual, quick-thinking, witty, courageous and worldly.

Negative Trait: They can be unstable and careless sometimes. They are prone to fever, blood infections and cold.

ROOT NUMBER 6

Positive Trait: Complete family person. They are responsible, loving, self-sacrificing, protective, sympathetic and compassionate. They are good mothers, healors and counselors.

Negative Trait: They are often over-protective about their families and worry a bit too much which may give them emotional instability.

ROOT NUMBER 7

Positive Trait: These people are lucky and spiritual. They are intelligent and have a great intuition. They are focused on their aims. They are good business-men. They are not so materialistic and have great inner wisdom.

Negative Trait: They are not so social and are distant. They get sarcastic at times.

ROOT NUMBER 8

Positive Trait: These people are authoritative, business-minded leaders. They work very hard and finally get success. They are not too materialistic. They love to do things in a planned way and want control of things.

Negative Trait: They can be stubborn. They do not accept other people’s point of view. Can get into addictions.

NUMEROLOGY – ROOT NUMBER 9

Positive Trait: May I help you”..Best describes the number 9. They are helpful, sophisticated, charitable, romantic, cooperative, creative, self-sufficient, proud and self-sacrificing.

Negative Trait: They cannot take criticism. Love to show off. Don’t like interference. They are very impulsive in temper.

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