How to Use Numerology to Improve a Career

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Since King Solomon first used numerology to support and enhance his great wisdom, this practice has served many great leaders well. Some people have tested and used numerology inside the career development industry with great success and dependable results. As an introduction, here are some compatible career paths based on your life lesson number.

  • Determine your life lesson number. Write down your birthday in the following format: month plus date and year (all 4 digits). If your birthday is October 28, 1953, then write down 10 + 28 + 1953. Now reduce the year to 2 digits by adding 1 + 9 + 5 + 3 = 18. Next add the 3 2-digit numbers, i.e., 10 + 28 + 18 = 56. Reduce the 56 by adding 5 + 6 = 11 (normally you would reduce the 11 to 2 by adding 1 + 1, but 11, 22, 33 and 44 are master numbers and invoke a higher delineation that should not be further reduced).

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 1: inventor, designer, aviator, leader of a business organization, ambassador, director, program planner, store owner, military officer, film, TV or theater producer, lecturer, promoter, sales manager, engineer, executive, explorer or creative work of all kinds.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 2: diplomat, caterer, clerk, lawyer, insurance adjuster, architect, bookkeeper, bill collector, custodian, legislator, librarian, minister, politician or teacher.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 3: artist, musician, nurse, dietician, physician, writer, entertainer, cosmetician, salesperson (cosmetics, art supplies), lawyer, judge, engineer, priest, playground director, athletic coach, scout director, vocational teacher or philosopher.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 4: all building trades, numerologist, farmer, miner, industrialist, mason, draftsman, mechanic, accountant, undertaker, efficiency expert, executive, professional boxer, engineer, mechanic, chemist or laboratory technician.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 5: salesperson, advertising executive, investigator, detective, teacher, lecturer, writer, news columnist, editor, communications, graphologist, proofreader, publisher, playwright, TV or radio operator, artist, secretary, consultant, psychology or language teacher, interpreter or import-export dealer.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 6: actor, hostess or host, homemaker, teacher, writer, nurse, doctor, interior decorator, artist, florist, singer, voice teacher, tutor, beautician, dressmaker, designer, fashion expert, musician, performer, herbalist, theater work, marriage counselor, divorce attorney or service to others.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 7: archeologist, astrologer, engineer, healer, preacher, author, dentist, farmer, lawyer, photographer, psychic investigator or research. A 7 dislikes manual labor and works best in refined cultural environment.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 8: banker, financier, engineer, undertaker, chemist, carpenter, crime investigator, druggist, exterminator, firearms or explosives expert, lawyer, organizer, supervisor, philanthropist, manufacturer, architect or broker.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 9: researcher, electrician, explorer, magician, narcotics agent, scientist, doctor, teacher, preacher, lecturer, surgeon, diplomat, iron worker, artist, musician, lawyer, spiritual healer, horticulturist or landscape gardener.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 11: inspirational writer, teacher, lecturer, promoter, sales manager, leader in public affairs, metaphysical professional, astrologer, astronomer, numerologist, electrician, electronics expert or astronaut.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 22: executive, diplomat, ambassador, government agent, adjuster, mediator, humanitarian, librarian or school superintendent.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 33: professor of Bible studies, public servant or sacrificial service of some kind.

  • Consider the following career paths if your life lesson is 44: farmer, builder, doctor, nurse, dietitian, soldier, politician, banker, businessman or social worker.

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