Importance of numbers in numerology

by Manisha G

No particular number is better than another. All numbers have positive and negative aspects. They can only be considered better than others when they relate to certain demands in their environment, such as their vocational attributes. Foe example, 4s make excellent accountants, 5s make better salespeople and promoters, 6s make great teachers and 8s are talented in business matters.

Sometimes we find ourselves attracted to certain numbers. Many people have a favorite number or numbers. Our attraction to a particular number is very much like our preference for certain colors. On the surface, these attractions seem arbitrary, but science has proven that colors influence our mood and behavior. The reverse is also true: Certain colors reflect our inner state. Numbers correspond to our inner state and to our personal preferences in the same way. They, too, reveal much about our nature, and they even influence how we feel.

On a very deep level, each of us understands that a number represents more than just a quantity. The numbers 1 through 9 represent archetypes. Each number has a certain character or personality: the creative 3, the dynamic 5, the responsible 6, the sage like 7, and so on. Perhaps all of these characteristics are in you, but some are more pronounced than others. It is this link between the character of a particular number, and those same traits within you that sparks an unconscious recognition or attraction.

Objectively speaking, there is no number that is better than another, so any preference for a certain number or numbers is purely subjective.

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