You can look to your Life Path number to guide you in your questions around change, personal fulfillment, fear, curiosity and accomplishment.
Your Life Path is a good place to look when you are feeling stuck or confused when evaluating personal changes. I've provided a list of some great questions to consider, especially when you're looking to create or bring about major change in your life.
Life Path questions:
- Who has encouraged my progression along my Life Path?
- Where have I limited my own progress on my Life Path?
- Where do I need the most support on my Life Path?
- How has my Life Path helped me to make past changes?
- How have you inspired others through your living of your Life Path?
- How have your mentors helped you?>
When pondering the above questions, it may help you to focus on all parts of your personality, whether these parts have matured or not. After all, you probably know your own strengths and weaknesses.
Another good step to take is to sit down and record thoughts about your Life Path. How do you feel about it's importance in your life? Spend as much time as you can and write down everything that comes into your mind. After you have answered the questions, you should set them aside and come back to them later. You'll want to have enough time and space to compassionately review your responses. The review process isn't about criticizing yourself in any way. It's simply about being a compassionate observer of your past and present. You may wish to record your answers in a journal, and periodically review past answers to these questions. You may be amazed at how your answers change, or develop, over time. You may also see how certain strengths shine through for you in times when you want to tackle a major challenge.
When answering the questions above you should try to simply write about whatever comes to mind, without thinking about or analyzing your responses. You may want to consider writing about personal traits, abilities and attitudes that have helped you to live up to your Life Path. You may also want to write about those traits that may have hindered or obstructed your pursuit of your Life Path. After you have reviewed your answers you may feel exhilarated, as you come to realize that you have accomplished far more than you ordinarily think about. You have found ways to believe in yourself and to be accountable. Perhaps, you can share your experiences and learning with others, as acting as a mentor can help to encourage others to pursue their own Life Path.