7 Life Path CHILDRENNovember 1, 2023
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8 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 an 8 Life Path child, here are some basics:
To develop their relationship with money, power, authority, control, and philanthropy. 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:
will be tested to tap into their sense of personal power while standing firm and strong. This can take a while. If they pass through this challenge, then it’s off the races. Know that your child is meant to master money and financial abundance. They’ll have major authority issues, so just be ready for it. There is nothing subtle about your little 8 Life Path child! They’re being tested with learning integrity and ethics, so they won’t get away with much. They’ll be the one in the group of friends to get caught doing whatever it is that they’re not supposed to be doing. Your 8 Life Path child is meant to think big and achieve great things in the world.
Children with an 8 Life Path will be challenged with authority issues. Since they’re learning how to become an achiever in the material world, they’ll be placed in situations where they’ll want to buck authority. The energy of the 8 is quit intense, so the childhood for the 8 Life Path child can have some rough edges. They have a tendency to want to control and dominate. They’re developing their relationship with money, with personal power, with taking on executive leadership or management roles. The major challenge with the 8 Life Path child is with developing and mastering personal power. If they don’t achieve this mastery, the 8 Life Path can feel as though they’re the biggest victim on the planet.
Your 8 Life Path child is here to develop their mastery of financial abundance, power, authority, control, and achievement. You’ll have to work with them in these areas:
- The 8 Life Path thinks in business-like terms. Your child is action-oriented.
- Your child is learning how to be in charge and be an effective leader or manager. So they can be bossy, blunt, and opinionated.
- The 8 Life Path child is more emotionally vulnerable than they might appear.
- One of your child’s major life lessons is the satisfaction they’ll receive that comes from being financially abundant and giving.
HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT YOUR CHILD:
Here are a few ways that you can support your 8 Life Path child to be the best they can be:
- Talk about money! As parents, we often avoid the hard topic of money as much as the tricky topic of sex. Your 8 Life Path will benefit greatly when you allow and encourage them to forge a relationship with money, learn how to make it and how to use it, how to give generously to others, and how to believe in their own business acumen. Money is a tool and an exchange of energy – the more comfortable your 8 Life Path child is with money, the more successful they’ll be.
- Set firm, clear, unwavering boundaries. The 8 Life Path child can often be a real handful. They’ll push boundaries until they break. What they’re really truly asking for are clear and unwavering boundaries from you. Even when they curse at you and slam the door, know that down the road, they’ll thank you from the bottom of their heart for setting reasonable boundaries and following through with them, despite the difficulty and pressures for you to do otherwise.
- Place them in reasonable positions of power. Your child is learning how to be an effective leader in the business world. If you place them in some fun, reasonable positions of power within your family structure, they’ll benefit greatly. Use it as a game, yet make sure there are age-appropriate rewards and penalties.