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5 Life Path Child
Knowing how to best support, guide, and just plain understand your child is certainly a parental desire.
Let’s take a look at how to understand and support your child with numerology.
Even though I’ll focus primarily on the Life Path number, please know that your child’s complete chart will offer much more detailed information about what your child is all about.
And yet, if you’re only going to know one number in your entire numerology chart, the Life Path is the one.
It gives you an indication of your child’s life purpose and also indicates what challenges, tendencies, and obstacles will come into play throughout your child’s life.
If you have a 5 Life Path child, here are some basics:
To develop their sense of freedom through self-discipline, versatility, be an agent of change, fearlessness, adventure, and radical acceptance of all kinds of people in the world. Understand that because what we’re here to do is never going to be the easiest thing for us to do, your child will have challenges and difficulties with developing and acting upon these very themes.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW:
Your 5 Path child’s here to experience the physical world in all of its glory! You’ve got a little whipper-snapper on your hands. Your child lives without a filter (so to speak). They want to take part in everything!
Children with a 5 Life Path will be challenged with learning to reign in their adventurous freewheeling nature and overwhelming desire to experience every sensual pleasure. Your 5 Life Path’s mantra is: “Don’t fence me in!” Understand that your child lives a sort of metaphoric (and sometimes literal) ADHD experience. They’re challenged with maintaining focus and follow through. They’re the ultimate Drama Kings or Queens. They’ll swing from being totally independent – “You’re not the boss of me!” to total dependence – “MOMMY!! HELP!!” in the blink of an eye. Your child will be challenged with overwhelming feelings of fear at certain points in their lives.
Your 5 Life Path child is here to develop the constructive use of freedom, progressive and inclusive thought, adventurousness, resilience, and embracing change. You’ll have to work with them in these areas:
- The 5 Life Path is usually the “wild child.” They’re so full of energy that it’s hard to keep up with them.
- Since your child is learning about freedom, often they’ll bring in restrictive circumstances into their lives that help them test their sense of freedom.
- Your 5 Life Path child is usually the life of the party, outgoing, and exuberant and can have addictive tendencies.
- If your 5 Life Path child goes the opposite route, they can be overly fearful and unable to act upon their strong desire to experience a sense of freedom.
HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT YOUR CHILD:
Here are a few ways that you can support your 5 Life Path child to be the best they can be:
- Use Calendars and Check-Lists. Your child needs a tangible way to focus and do one thing at a time, because their tendency is to do a little of this and a little of that without completing a task fully. Even if you have other children and they don’t require this kind of support, you’ll be doing your 5 Life Path child a huge favor if you offer them the structure and consistency of using calendars and check lists as part of their everyday life. This can be for what you might consider “no-duh” activities – like how many glasses of water to drink per day, how long to brush your teeth, or when to pack their backpack for school.
- Encourage an adventurous spirit. The 5 Life Path child is developing their fearless and adventurous self. If you support this and strive for healthy limits, you’ll be doing your child a huge favor.
- Teach tolerance. Your child is learning how to connect with all kinds of people. Part of their journey is embracing people of all races, economic status, sexual orientation, and so on.