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Numerology's Life Path (2); the Path of the Cooperator
Ever meet someone who can get everyone to compromise, who can always sense when someone's feelings are hurt, and has difficulty making decisions by themselves? Chances are, they are part of the 11% percent of the population living on Life Path (2) the Path of the Cooperator. These individuals have birthdays which when summed, and then reduced by Fadic addition give us a (2) result.
(For example Bill Clinton, born on August 19th, 1946; 8 + 19 + 1946 = 1973 = 20 = 2)
Note that your Life Path is Numerology's equivalent to your Sun Sign in Astrology; telling us what the primary factors are in shaping your Destiny.
===> Talents and Abilities
Cooperators main goal in life is to master the skill of cooperation. These people have great sympathy for the feelings and emotions of others; often putting their needs above their own. They are the natural diplomats, able to see both sides of a situation and work towards a compromise. Cooperators are happy to let other people take credit for their work, as long as the greater good is served. They tend to attract attention and celebrity in life, not because they are boastful, but because they inspire the people around them. Cooperators are honest, humble, and courteous to those around them.
Cooperators are great detail persons, and masters of timing in dealing with people. They find patience a virtue and hate being rushed by time pressures. These people are outstanding team players; loving working as part of a group, and often providing the glue that keeps people working together successfully. Cooperators almost marry or take a life partner, because they are unhappy being alone. Contractors tend to have strong musical ability, and they are collectors of things.
===> Problem Areas for Cooperators
Cooperators tend to be very shy and dislike competitive situations. They have trouble making decisions by themselves, and are too sensitive to the opinions of other people. They can be easily hurt by harsh words, and tend to daydream and remain passive when quick action may be called for.
===> Life Path (11 ) Sub-Class, the Flawed Cooperator
About 10% percent of Cooperators have a birth-date that reduces to the Master Number (11) before it is reduced to (2). These people for a sub-class of Cooperators called Flawed Cooperators. They have enormous potential and great ideas, but they have poor luck in carrying our their plans. Their ideas tend to be impractical, more pie in the sky than real solutions to problems. There is always great stress around these people which tends to work against their own interest. They are still powerful Cooperators, but they need to have a strong partner to help them focus on workable solutions, and to discard ideas that are impractical.
===> Famous Life Path (2) Cooperators
Famous people with this Life Path include: F. Murray Abraham, Jason Alexander, Julie Andrews, Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Bacon, Javier Bardem, Kim Basinger, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Tony Bennett, Orlando Bloom, Kenneth Branagh, Benjamin Bratt, Adrien Brody, Pierce Brosnan, Steve Buscemi, Billy Campbell, Mariah Carey, Bill Clinton, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Cusack, Judi Dench, Robert Downey, Jr., Dennis Franz, Vince Gill, Woopi Goldberg, Al Gore, Heather Graham, Woody Harrelson, Paris Hilton, Ashley Judd, David E. Kelley, Lisa Kudrow, Jessica Lange, Queen Latifah, Lucy Lawless, Jay Leno, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Susan Lucci, Madonna, Ann Margaret, Jane Pauley, Michelle Pfeiffer, Regis Philbin, Anne Rice, Rene Russo, Meg Ryan, Paul Simon, Wesley Snipes, Stephen Sondheim, Gwendolyn Stefani, Mark Wahlberg, Vera Wang, Damon Wayans, and Kevin Williamson.
===> Famous Life Path (11) Flawed Cooperators
Famous people with this Life Path include: Melanie Brown, Kobe Bryant, Nick Carter, Gwyneth Paltrow, LeAnn Rimes, and Emma Watson.
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