The Planner, The Schemer, & The Suicider
In the basic Power of Numbers (PON) method, the short basic keyword for number 4 is PLAN. If you have the number 4 as your Birth Root number, it implies that you could be good at planning.
If there are other set(s) of number 4 near by, then the tendencies of you becoming an excessive planner is high. Excessive planning can influence your thoughts and change them into negative energies. The obsession to be perfect (perfectionist) comes to mind. In the end, you plan and plan. Before the first plan can materialize, you made changes again, and again. In your mind, your plans are not perfect, yet.
On the extreme side, excessive planning can also leads to becoming a schemer.
Let us look at numbers 4, using the extended Elements of Numbers (EON) method. The number 4 is WOOD element. Wood is associated to the human emotions. In my book Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling, I have also mentioned the emotional influence of Wood is anger and resentment, which can also lead to hostility and bitterness.
When WOOD is too strong, the emotional influence becomes greater. On the extreme end, when people cannot take it anymore,
The “suicidal inclination” for number 9 is not as strong as number 4. However, both numbers will still inhibit the energies of the Wood element.
Madalina Manole (14 July 1967 – 14 July 2010) was a Romanian pop recording artist. She was found dead by her husband at their house in the early morning, after an apparent suicide.
Alexander McQueen (17 March 1969 – 11 Feb 2010) who had been diagnosed with mixed anxiety and depressive disorder took an overdose prior to hanging himself.
Leslie Cheung (12 Sep 1956 – 1 April 2003) was a popular Hong Kong artiste. He leapt from the 24th floor of the Mandarin Oriental hotel, leaving a suicide note saying that he had been suffering from depression.
Do you have a strong Wood element in your chart? What can you do to ensure you live a longer life without any suicidal inclinations?
I know many of you are worried now…
“Don’t Worry, Be Happy”
The answer – “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”. The Action – “Think Positive, Act Positive, and Be Positive”
There are many ways to look at a problem, and many solutions to resolve it. Committing suicide is NOT one of them. It is not the “be-all or end-all’ to resolve the problem. In fact, it creates more problems for the family and loved ones.
Check my book for some other remedial action you can take. With a positive mindset and habits, you can think more rational, “worry-less”, and “emotional-less.” And the inclination to commit suicide is reduced. With positive energies, you would then be able to direct your energies to other meaningful pursuits.