Numerology Profile Four

Numerology uses the letters from your name or the numbers from your birth date to create a number that is between 1 and 9. 11 and 22 are also numerology profiles. If the numbers used are different, they are added together until they can be reduced to one of these numbers.

As a person with the numerology profile number four, you are good at organising things and having everything ‘in order’. Method is very important to you, and you take your time to make sure that things are done correctly. It’s very difficult to persuade you to ‘change course’. You are a good problem solver that takes care and time to find the correct solution.

Nothing is for free

It is likely that you have the belief that ‘nothing is for free’, and that it will take a significant amount of hard work and determination to carve your career path. You’re probably sceptical of big achievements that haven taken much work and believe the old saying ‘If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is’. You realise that the path to success is not an easy one, but usually you’re determined enough to get there in the end.

It is very important that you feel you are being true to yourself. Morals and principles and being ‘upstanding’ are essential, both in your actions and those of other people. It’s likely that other people will appreciate your honesty. Unsurprisingly, you don’t like seeing injustices done to other people. However, you can sometimes be judgemental of others.

Although you can thrive in a team environment, you also like your own space and your own area of speciality. Within a group you would prefer to be given individual tasks that you could carry out independently. Your grit and determination can be an enviable trait, but you must understand that everyone else might not be able to ‘keep the pace’.

Many people with number four as their numerology profile are good at handling money because it makes them feel secure. Feeling a sense of security is probably important to you. It might take you longer than others to reach your goals because you get used to a certain way of doing things and you don’t particularly like change.

Your constant quest for justice can make this life path difficult

You have to be careful that you don’t ‘take the law into your own hands’. Your constant quest for what you regard as ‘fair’ can also be a downfall. It might take you a long time to get over something serious that is not in line with your principles. Nevertheless, you are courageous and hard-working.