Those born with a Life Path number 9 are natural leaders, and they assume they are in charge even if they are not. If in a department store, people think they work there. They take care of everyone else but need to learn to speak up when they need help, love, and hugs. Nines often feel unloved or abandoned by their mother or father, or they feel completely responsible for them. It’s hard for them to let go of the past.
People with a Life Path 9 are humanitarians. If your Life Path is a 9 you have an extremely strong sense of compassion and generosity. You are selfless and helping others is very important to you. You not only want to help others, but you feel very deeply for those less fortunate than yourself.
You are friendly and people like you. Your generosity knows no bounds, and you give freely of your money, time and energy. Your ultimate goal is working toward a better world.
Because you are so giving you may find that your finances are not in the greatest shape. You may also have a tendency to be scattered … your talents lie in so many different directions that you may find it difficult to focus on just one. If you are not following your Life Path and are instead pursuing materialistic gains, you could feel a deep level of dissatisfaction with yourself.
Number 9 symbolizes endings, spiritual consciousness. An individual with a Life Path number 9 can overcome a lot, and is often required to do so in their lifetime. If you have a Life Path Number 9 you most likely had a difficult relationship with one or both of your parents early in your life.
Life path number 9 is the number of completion and resolution. You will need to make choices, and not resist endings. Below are some key points you might want to take into consideration to help you on your path …
Your biggest battle in life is with endings and completion. You hate to see things finish, but you also are tempted to just end things so that it’s on your terms. Just take it as it comes.
Learn that every ending contains a beginning. You might do best with a career that lets you start and finish multiple projects. You’ll get better at seeing the continuum of the process rather than the beginnings and endings.
You may have a tendency to end relationships every time you encounter a rough patch. Teach yourself to see those situations as temporary. It’s worth sticking to a commitment for many reasons, including just because you said you would. Don’t always take the easy way out.
Gardening may be a healing thing for you. Not house plants, but food, things that have a season. You’ll enjoy seeing the progress throughout the year and knowing that it is a constantly revolving wheel.