The Number 4

The Fourth Body is the Neutral Mind. It is represented by Guru Ram Das - Service.

In the negative sense, this person has the inability to be neutral; he has an opinion or a comment about everything. He is the most opinionated person in the world; he loves to argue whether he’s right or wrong, or whether it has been proven right or wrong; it doesn’t matter to him, he just has to comment on everything.
By doing a practice or a meditation this person can hope to accomplish neutrality. He will gain the ability to listen and to make a neutral decision about the process he is involved in. A 4 in a positive sense is a listener and a source of blessings.

This person is very indecisive. He will say, “Well, I don’t know; I’m not sure; let me think about it..." He is never able to make a decision because he can’ t come to that point of neutrality. If he has the positive quality of this number he will be very decisive; he will be able to very quickly analyze himself. He may know himself so quickly that he will know the accurate answer immediately. He can listen to his own inner voice and he is totally sure; he is a yogi in terms of his Soul.

A Gift of 4 means that this person has a Yogic Mind. This person is neutral, humble, and loves to be serviceful.

People will see this person as being neutral. People come to this person for advise.

This number represents Service. This person has to become very serviceful oriented. Guru Ram Das has given the exarnple of building the Temple over and over and over again, seven times. This is what this person must strive for - humility and servicefulness. If this person does his meditation or sings Guru Ram Das’ shabads for 1000 days, he will be in tune with what it takes to express his own divinity.

Numerology as taught by Yogi Bhajan

Expounded by Dr. Guruchander Singh Khalsa

(*) updated April 6' 2006

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