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One of the more interesting personal numerology numbers is the personality number. This number is derived from your full birth name. The personality number is a reflection of how others see you. This may differ from who you really are as some people constantly put up a front hiding their true personality. The personality number gives a person some indication whether the rest of the world sees them as they really are.
Chances are, this number may not be a ray of sunshine for you. However, it might show you a side of your personality that you may need to work on.
This number is calculated similarly to your soul urge number, but instead of only looking at your vowels, this time you will remove the vowels and only count your consonants.
In other words, when calculating your personality number you take your full name and pull out the consonants only and assign a numerical number to each one of the consonants.
Master numbers 11 and 22 should be considered as 2 and 4, respectively.
You want to be seen as a leader or expert. You strive to appear as courageous, daring and one that hold high levels of creativity. Others may view you as overaggressive or reckless but you see yourself as just taking action.
You strive to appear positive, upbeat and free from any misconceptions that other may have of you. You seek popularity and the approval of others. People see you as kind and helpful and sometimes you are taken advantage of. Some people will become jealous of you and try to bring you down.
You attempt to appear unique or to possess a greater talent than most. Perhaps you dress nicer than your peers in order to make a statement. You can be controversial in order to be noticed. Some view your appearance and behavior as phony, shallow and just as an attempt to mislead others for your own gain.
You attempt to appear secure and stable, someone who is admired and looked up to. Your appearance matters greatly to you as you always want to look your best. You like to instruct and supervise others as it makes you look more organized and structured. However down inside you are insecure and fear rejection.
You appear free spirited and unconnected to responsibilities. You like to be seen as truthful and friendly. You are able to get things done rather easily sometimes by cheating the system this cause people to like and also dislike you.
You are very stable and take little risk. Hard work and following the rules is common practice with you. You are a family person and the love and support of your family is evident. Some may feel that it is only because of your family support that you have any stability in your life, that without your family you are lost.
You desire to be seen as smarter than the average person who has great knowledge that others only dream of. This keeps you from showing your true emotions and makes you appear secretive and antisocial.
You are a great pretender as you constantly make yourself appear more powerful than you really are. You are also charismatic and confident and to hope to get attention. Some may see you as materialistic and shallow.
You work hard to make others think you are intelligent and creative. You have a rather large ego that needs the attention and respect of others.
You portray yourself as knowledgeable and wise. You try to have the answer for any problem when in reality you crave the attention and respect of others. Some view you as arrogant and a show off.
You are kind, polite and respectful to others. You are well liked by others as you treat everyone equally and fairly.
You do no display much emotion or feelings towards others. You adapt yourself as needed to accomplish your goal. You appear mysterious and hard to read.
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