7. Life path number 7 is a unique and highly educated person.
You are very wise and experienced. Your mind is always busy and ready for new curious encounters. You want to travel as much as possible, but always trying to make time for thinking peacefully. You are more thoughtful than sociable.
Having such firm instincts, you should allow yourself to be guided by them. Sometimes instinctive decisions prove to be better than well-though ones.
People usually consider you as an open-minded person. Meeting new people can make you a bit quiet. However, the other people can take your shyness for pomposity, which is certainly wrong. You don't usually dare to express yourself in a crowd of people, but you feel comfortable in small gatherings. Your friendship usually last forever, as you appreciate it above all. Loyalty, tolerance and freedom of thought are things your friends can expect from you. You’re not only an amazing speaker, but also excellent listener. You’re not a big fan of small talks. If you believe in something, you are ready to fight for it. You never give up until your reach your goals.
Your goals are usually quite ambitious which often results in self-criticism. Some of them are unattainable so you should learn to be pleased with yourself when you did your best. However, if you don’t achieve your objectives you get really confused. In such situations you prefer to stay alone. Sometimes you run a risk of becoming an outcast. Once you have thoroughly planned something and have gone to an evaluation, you can get incredibly stubborn about it. Several sevens at a time can result in serious religious faith.
What is NCDD? The new definition of alphabet.
Here is the numerological definition of all alphabet letters.
“N” has its own meaning in NCDD. Unlike most letters, it has no roundness, just torn lines that indicate several directions. We move fast from the emotional to the physical body through its central line that starts from the top down. It reminds us of a sharp and sudden dynamism that tends to strong character. It also indicates some calmness (which, however, isn’t real).
“C” has its own meaning in NCDD. You may note that its shape looks like an open mouth which says for itself. One can imagine a parable collecting frequencies and brings them back to the more rounded up shape. Unlike “B”, its access becomes much easier, which leaves space for communication.
“D” has a meaning in NCDD. Unlike “B”, the shape of D doesn’t have a belt. This letter resembles a large belly, which allows the colors or music revive. The vertical axe of this letter acts as a spinal cord, which means that it can’t move fast under the load it carries.