© Hans Decoz.
Your deepest satisfaction comes from knowing that you have advanced the cause of humanity. Your ideals are of the highest order. You are a perfectionist. You strive to make the world a utopia; to make each person's lot in life better; to become perfect yourself.
One of your challenges in life is to strive toward your lofty goals and at the same time recognize the good you are doing.
Human nature is a lifelong study for you. You are highly intuitive, but not an especially good judge of character.
You are a bit naive, as well, thinking perhaps that all people have the same values as you. You dream of having the resources to immediately relieve the suffering of others, whether it is economic, physical, or psychological. You are gifted with a good mind and a great deal of wisdom, which makes you a natural teacher, counselor, or healer.
Much of the energy you expend in life is directed toward putting yourself before an audience, most often as a salesperson whose product provides some social good; as a philanthropist; or an artist. You are attracted to the arts as a vocation, especially as an actor, photographer, or writer.
But whatever your profession, any involvement in the arts, even as a hobby, will provide you with a deep and lasting satisfaction. Secretly, you dream of having a big impact on the world.
Others may see this as egotism, especially when you are still young. But your concern for others is genuine. You must apply yourself in this direction in order to become psychologically whole and personally satisfied. Your vision is on the crowds of people, which can cause you to overlook the needs of those closest to you.
However, you have a tendency to put your needs in the background. Still, you are a loving person, and only need to be reminded to direct and demonstrate that love to those nearby. If, however, you are focused exclusively on the masses, people will perceive you as distant and a bit aloof.
You are emotional, and sensitive. You can also be moody and critical. You have high expectations for yourself and others. This can cause you much anger when your expectations are unfulfilled.
One of your most important life lessons, as a Soul Urge 9, is to forgive. Because you are striving hard to attain high ideals, you may think of yourself as superior to others. Arrogance is a trap many 9s fall into. The danger is that arrogance cuts you off from the thing you love the most: people.
Your happiness and contentment are therefore highly dependant on the ease with which you are able to serve and influence mankind. It is the paradox of your Soul Urge that you receive by giving. Both your material success and spiritual satisfaction are made possible through service and sacrifice to others.
Remember, your Soul Urge (also called Heart's Desire) is a want, a desire. Fulfilling your Soul Urge depends on opportunity, effort, and perhaps luck. We should be grateful even if we only partially fulfill that in-born desire.
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Barbara L. L.