There are two categories in Numerology which have little to do with our true personalities. The interesting note is that one of them is called the Personality Number.
This particular number (derived by adding the consonants of your everyday name – JohnSmith, Bill Jones, Sally Anderson, etc.) is not the result of what comes from within. The result is what others perceive to be your personality.
If you have now added up the consonants in your name and reduced it to one number, let’s find out how others are affected upon meeting you.
1 – leader, innovative, self-starter, independent, business owner, solitude, loner.
2 – follower, dependent, loving, harmonious, peaceful, caring, intuitive.
3 – gregarious, doesn’t like schedules, humorous, life of the party, salesperson, artist, actor.
4 – teacher, student, bookworm, stable, secure, debater, business owner.
5 – free, traveler, gypsy, life of the party, public relations, storyteller, compassionate.
6 – nurturing, parent, designer, caregiver, colorful, domestic.
7 – mysterious, spiritual, hermit, isolation, psychologist, detective.
8 – financial adviser, decision maker, materialistic, accident prone, workaholic.
9 – humanitarian, caregiver, service oriented, health care oriented, philanthropist, wise.
Personally, I would not utilize the Personality Number as a basis for a good relationship because there is too much of a chance that this is not you. Let’s take an example:
My Personality Number is 3. The rest of my numerical blueprint is filled with mainly 1s, 7s, and 4s. Except for my writing, the 3 really is not me. When people meet me, they form one opinion based on the 3, and are soon questioning why I am more the loner, the student, quiet, mysterious, and/or more observant than talkative. (This is the 1/7 combo).
Perhaps you have a nickname that is used more often than your birth name (i.e. Bud Smith instead of William Smith), you will also want to find out what the Personality of that name is as well. The vibrations we pull to ourselves come from the names we use in particular situations.
Have a little fun with this and see what you discover! If you really are what your Personality Number describes, chances are you also have that number (or compatible numbers) in the stronger categories.