Today, we'll look at some of the Core Numbers in Charlie Sheen's Numerology chart. According to IMDB, Charlie Sheen was born on September 3, 1965. His birth name was Carlos Irnwin Estevez.
Looking at his Life Path we see that he is living with the influence of a Life Path 6. Briefly, this path is about having true concern, compassion and empathy for others. People with Life Path 6 may feel in their hearts that they simply must stand up and find ways to support and aid those who need it most. When they see problems within their family or community they are called to action.
Each Life Path will bring particular strengths and challenges with it. For those living with the influence of Life Path 6, the strengths are kindness, tolerance, generosity and problem solving. Also, balance and responsibility are key elements of this Life Path.
The challenges that these people face can revolve around being uncaring, oblivious, intolerant, cold and aloof. These people may struggle to try to find a place in their hearts for the world. They may not realize that while it’s important to nurture others, it’s also important to find time and space for themselves. Over time, they may let their upsets and challenges turn them toward cynicism and isolation.
I am not sure we’ve been able to truly see the strengths that this Life Path brings from his work. His character on his most recent show did not seem to play to any of the potential strengths, but instead leaned away from them. His recent sound bites and variety show don’t seem to portray the positive side of this Life Path either. Perhaps his earlier work reflects more of his true nature.
Charlie is living with the influence of Soul Number 4. This Soul Number revolves around stability, security, family, and service. For these people, it is important to be structured and responsible. Others often look to them for leadership and guidance.
Those people with Soul Number 4 may be challenged to find a way to bring order, clarity and reason into the world. They can grow to be effective mentors and leaders if they are willing to find their voice and believe in themselves.
It appears, at least from the way the media portrays Charlie, that he isn’t living up to the strengths of his Soul Number. Of course, we all have bad days. We all have moments when we wish we could take back the words we just said. Hopefully, for us and Charlie, we have people in our lives that can pull us back from the brink, and remind us about our lives and our gifts.
I only know Charlie from the image that is played up in the media. Of course, he is complicit in the very sharp image that is currently being shown to the world. If I was a close friend of his, I might ask some of the following questions:
- Do you feel like you've been let down?
- Do you feel like you've been able to connect with your true passion?
- What message do you feel you are conveying to the world?
- Do you feel as if you're in the back seat, and watching somebody else run your life?
- Do you you feel as if the media is to blame for how the world sees you?
The above questions could serve as a way for Charlie to better reflect on some of the some of his sensational actions and comments. But, he would have to be willing to look within himself and have the ability to reflect and make the necessary changes that he felt called to enact.
Regardless of his response, I feel that he would find great benefit by being able to find a way to look at the shadow side of the persona that he is currently portraying. It might help him to find a way to connect with the dynamic energy that he definitely has, but in a way that seems more nuanced, balanced and grounded.
Life Path 6 and Soul Number 4 both involve personal gifts of true compassion and concern for others. However, these gifts can be twisted when we let life wound us. When we feel hurt or wounded we find ways to acquiesce, give in and give up, and then we tend to blame others for our failures and forget about our own accountability. Compassion for ourselves can help us to take on responsibility and accountability.
Hopefully, Charlie does have compassion for himself and we may eventually see it portrayed in the media.