Finding the Hidden Passion is a fun technique of Numerology that is really easy to learn and understand. It can be done in less than a minute, once you learn how, and results are simply amazing.
The Hidden Passion is also called the Secret Desire, and represents a very intense drive in any individual. Sometimes there is more than one Hidden Passion; they will all be in evidence in the individual’s choices and behavior.
Finding Your Passions.
In order to find it, you need to know how to read a number conversion chart, and how to construct the Inclusion Table a.k.a the Karmic Lesson Table. First, use the Modern Alphabet Conversion chart:
Next, find all the letter values in the full name as follows:￼
To fill in the Inclusion Table, all you have to do is to count the instances of each number, as in the example on the left. If you count the 1’s above, you will see that there are four of them, and you won’t find any 6’s, 7’s or 8’s in his name, that should tell you how to make this table, which is really important in modern name analysis.
Because the number 5 (in the center square) is usually overbalanced in English names, we subtract 2 from the count of Fives in the table. Since that count is lowered to two, it seems that his Hidden Passion is 1, because it has a count of four. This is not uncommon among stage performers, especially comedians, whether male or female.
The nine Hidden Passions.
1. The drive for personal accomplishment and uniqueness
2. The drive for connection with others
3. The drive for original self-expression
4. The drive for work and stability
5. The drive for personal freedom and variety
6. The drive for responsibility, marriage and position
7. The drive for knowledge and understanding
8. The drive for control, money and power
9. The drive for compassion and to do “your own thing”
Now to be fair to our sample person, we could say that 3, 4 and 9 are also Hidden Passions. You may want to look up this famous personality and read his story, because his inclusion table shows so many things like his love of variety and his lack of interest in domestic relationships (no 2’s and 6’s, and 2 is his Soul Urge and its Challenge).
The drive, or drives represented by the Hidden Passion are strong enough that the individual has to be vigilant and remain cautious that they don’t take things too far. Do this for your own name, and the names of friends and family members. When you do, take another look at the list above, and see how well the Hidden Passion explains things that may have been hidden from you before.