Metaphysics professional Mitra Chen shares how each year can bring a unique theme to each individual. Life Path number reflects your lifelong character but Personal Year number will lay out what you may experience in the coming year.

Be prepared either it is a new experience, obstacles or opportunities, there are always something to learn by the end of the day. As Mitra believes it, everyone’s life destiny is in our hands and it will always be up to us to design it.

Number 4

Life Path
Among your family and friends, you are the one they depend on. You are a well-organised planner and are keen to share your enlightenment with others. Others may perceive your strong will as a trait of stubbornness.

Personal Year
Your rationality makes you grounded with things that are good for you or the society. Therefore, channeling your determination to do social work while travelling can be a great personal mission and show support for the local community.

GAP Suggests: Siem Reap, Cambodia

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There are many ways to contribute in Cambodia. Profits from Charity Tours Cambodia go to community developments projects and shopping Khmer silks at Artisans D’Angkor help to support the local artisans. You may also learn something from the Elephant Valley Project that promote elephant conservation.

Want to know more?

If you want to know what your number is, easily learn how to calculate your Life Path and Personal Year number here. Click on the numbers below to reveal more core personalities and travel style for 2019.

Number 1     Number 2     Number 3

Number 4     Number 5     Number 6

Number 7     Number 8     Number 9

 

Mitra Chen

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Mitra Chen is a metaphysics professional with specialities in bazi, qimen dunjia, fensghui, date selection and numerology. Based in Kuala Lumpur, she is also the founder of Joy Mitra Resources that provides freelance personalised consultation to individuals and corporate clients. Contact Mitra at joymitra2908@gmail.com or call +6014-3301569 for personal analysis.

Text by Jessy Wong

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