Friday, August 12, 2016

Numerology: How To Figure Out Your Life Path Number

Here's some information to keep in mind when you are figuring out anything to do with numerology.

There are eleven numbers used in constructing numerology charts: 1 through 9; 11; and 22. Larger numbers that occur from adding the numbers in the complete birth date are reduced by adding the digits together until one of these core numbers is achieved. Eleven and twenty-two are considered master numbers, so they are not reduced. Master numbers are intensified versions of the single digit they replace. For 11, it replaces 2. For 22, it replaces 4. 

Life Path Number Calculations:

Write your birth date on a piece of paper and add up the digits. As an example, if your birth date was December 15, 1983, this is how you would figure out your life path number.

1.  December, the 12th month, equals 1+2
2.  The 15th of the month equals 1+5
3.  The year 1983 equals 1+9+8+3
4.  After you add up all those numbers, your answer is 30.
5.  You then reduce 30 down to a one digit number (3+0)

        Month      Day           Year            Total
        1+2     +   1+5    +   1+9+8+3   =     30   

                              3+0        =     3

Using this number, refer to the Nine Life Path descriptions listed below (plus the two bonus master numbers).

Remember, your Life Path Number indicates the major lesson to be learned and the potential abilities and obstacles which accompany it. This number also tells what a person is really like and what he/she is naturally best suited to do. 

Again, this is just for fun so don't take it very seriously.


1. Pioneer:  known for being original; assertive; bold; charismatic; impulsive; innovative; focused; inspired; quick; achiever; stands out from crowd

A "pioneer" could be: a political leader; celebrity; small business owner

Pitfalls: arrogance; impatience; not listening; may be shy and too impulsive

2. Nurturer:  known for being cautious; relationship-oriented; artistic; nurturing; sensitive; affectionate; cooperative; loving; peace-maker; ideal partner; needs harmony, order, right relationship

A "nurturer" could be: in the diplomatic corps, a counselor, a partner in a small business

Pitfalls: codependency; overcautious; lonely

3. Communicator:  known for being a quick thinker; spontaneous; social; magnetic; gift of gab; synthesizer; deal-maker; outgoing; joy of life

A "communicator" could be: a press secretary, party planner, small business promoter

Pitfalls: fears routine; over optimistic; indulgent; may lack self-discipline

4. Doer: known for being pragmatic; systematic; planner, determined; problem-solver; builder, manager 

A "doer" could be an administrator; team player; work in a back office in small business

Pitfalls: stubbornness; workaholism; rigid; needs security so fears downsizing/unfamiliar routine

5. Disseminator:  known for being active, magnetic; outgoing, risk-taker; quick thinker; unpredictable; entrepreneurial; curious; bold; enjoys finer things

A "disseminator" could be a public figure; media; developer of ideas for small business

Pitfalls: scattered; unreliable; poor boundaries; restlessness to point of boredom; easily side-tracked

6. Teacher: known for being careful; conscientious; reliable; nurturing; service and/or community and family oriented; traditional; warm; happily domestic

A "teacher" could be a personal assistant; educator; caterer

Pitfalls: overbearing; smothering; martyrdom; may end up feeling like a doormat

7. Researcher: known for being innovative; intelligent; deep; careful; spiritual; scholarly; a loner, curious; analytical 

A "researcher" could be in the analytical field or self-employed in small business

Pitfalls: contentious; skeptical; secretive; aloof; loner; fears not living up to high standards

8. Executive: known for being business-like; conservative; powerful; analytical; big-picture thinker; pragmatic; decision-maker; accomplished; good with money

An "executive" could be in the professional field; an operator of a small business franchise

Pitfalls: domineering; cold; judgmental; lacks feeling for those who stand in the way

9. Philosopher: known for being open-minded; loves history, literature, arts; tends to have a higher education; sees big picture

A "philosopher" could be a community leader; an organizer of small business owners

Pitfalls: vagueness; talking/not doing; unmotivated

Master Numbers

11. visionary; artist; wants to expand consciousness; wants to be enlightened and enlighten others

Could be in the metaphysical small business with far reaching appeal

Pitfalls: avoids extremes; too high-strung; impractical

22. goal-oriented and practical but on a global scale; has a mission and wants to see it carried out globally

Could be a provider of web sites to small business for total global change

Pitfalls: may feel born a century too early; overextended

Next blog will tell you how to figure out your destiny number.

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