Sunday, May 6, 2018

What Are My Numerology Numbers?

Numerology is so interesting! Don't you think?

There are so many things you can learn about your personality and behaviors. Plus, you can get insight into what careers or activities you should be involved in. 

There are several aspects of Numerology, but today I'm going to teach you how to find your Life Path and Expression numbers.

Your Life Path number is the insight into the course of your life!

To find your Life Path Number add up all the digits of your birth date. If the sum is a double digit number that does not repeat then you will add those number together to make it a single digit. For example, someone born on November 3rd, 1982 would be: 1+1+3+1+9+8+2=25 =2+5 =7 ;) Any numbers that repeat are called Master Numbers (11, 22, 33...) and are to be left as is, do not break them down further. For example, someone born on January 13th, 2013 would be: 1+1+3+2+0+1+3=11. ) You don't actually need to add in the zero's, you can leave them out because they don't have any value, I just added it to avoid any confusion.

Your Expression Number is the insight into your skills and abilities!

To find your Expression Number write out your FULL NAME at birth (no married names). Then assign the number value in the chart to each letter. Then add them all up in the same manor as above.

For example, someone named CAMERON ISABELLA EDWARDS would be:
3+1+4+5+9+6+5 + 9+1+1+2+5+3+3+1 + 5+4+5+1+9+4+1 = 87 = 8+7 = 15 = 1+5 = 6

There are many websites devoted to Numerology, so a simple google search of Numerology Life Path Number or Numerology Expression Number can give you insight into what your numbers mean about you. You can also click on the links above.


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