If your Life-Path number is FOUR, it’s good to recognize that it’s strongly connected to the element of Earth from which it gains its strength and profound sense of reality. FOUR’S can be seen as the cornerstones of our society with their innate sense of dedication, hardworking ethics and standards of excellence.
Those with a FOUR Life-Path are generally the most trustworthy, practical and down-to-earth people there are. Organization and planning will come easily. Once a FOUR sets their mind to something, hell will freeze over before they leave it unfinished. Key qualities for a FOUR Life-Path number are order, service, steady growth, a foundation and struggle against limits.
Once true independence is attained, the next natural step for you as a ONE is leadership. Many corporate leaders, Generals and political leaders are those with a Life-Path number ONE. Once the sense of freedom to lead and direct with your unique means is attained, innovation and creativity will flourish. Faith and trust in yourself and your abilities will allow you to lead with passion and certainty. Others will learn from you and be willing to take direction. Tempered with patience and the courage to promote your ideas, your brand of leadership will provide much for those who follow.
Tremendous strength is also associated with the number ONE. This is in both the physical and inner varieties of your personhood. This strength allows you to take charge of most any situation and to solve even the most challenging of situations. Chances are good too that you’ll do so with total originality. Many ONE’S enjoy a long life with excellent health.
Challenges for the ONE can include self-centeredness, selfishness and a sense of superiority. Over-confidence and impatience can also be present. While doing things ‘your way or the highway’ can serve well in some situations, you will have to temper this attitude to allow for effective leadership by allowing others to express themselves. The greatest challenge for the person with a Life-Path number ONE is dependence on others. Oddly enough, many find themselves caught in such circumstances and must struggle for the independence that is true to their nature.