I love Numerology. Numerology is any belief in the divine or mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events. It is also the study of the numerical value between letters in words, names, and ideas. It is often associated with astrology and similar divinatory arts. You can apply Numerology to many aspects of ones life, goals and deep diving into fully getting to know yourself, but for the basics, the two most important numbers who should know are your Day Force number and Life Path number. Your Day Force number represents your day to day character and personality traits, while your Life Force represents who you grow into over time. I am a day force 9 and a life path 4. Both hold very distinctive traits that defiantly represent me and also helped me to better understand myself. Each number, 1-9 and master numbers, hold very potent keys of wisdom, if you are open and willing understand who you are, why you are here and the magic of your date of birth.
The easiest way to start working with numerology is by analyzing your unique date of birth. Numerology is all about getting to the root number. To do this, you simply reduce digits until you reach a single-digit number, excluding 11 and 22, which are considered Master Numbers (more on this later). This single digit is your individual Day Force or Life Path Number.
For example, if you were born on February 27, 1991 and you want to know your day force number, you would only focus on the numbers of the day you were born, the "27" and then reduce that down to a single digit 2 + 7 = 9. Therefore your Day Force number is 9.
The Life Path Number is similar to your astrological sun sign: It reveals your greater purpose, including strengths, weaknesses, talents, and ambitions. Your Life Path Number also exposes the tone of your experiences, and why events occur past, present, and future. Simply put, it's the method to the madness.
Let's say your birthday is December 15, 1992. To calculate your Life Path Number, you will reduce each component of this date to a single digit:
The month, 12, is reduced to 1 + 2 = 3.
The date, 14, is reduced to 1 + 5 = 6.
The year, 1992, is reduced to 1 + 9 + 9 + 2. This equal 21. Then, 21 is reduced to2 + 1 = 3.
Then, we add the reduced month, date, and year numbers (3 + 6 + 3) and arrive at 12. Finally, we add 1 + 2, and reach 3. If you were born on December 15, 1992, your Life Path Number is 3. It may seem daunting at first, but once you see it all written out this way, it becomes far less intimidating, no?
As mentioned above, the only time you would not reduce the final number is if you attain 11 or 22. These are considered Master Numbers and connote a more intensified version of their root numbers (2 and 4, respectively). Master Numbers suggest a high degree for learning, achievement, or success, but likely in a more stressful or high-pressure environment.
For instance, Sir Paul McCartney, perhaps England's most famous Gemini, was born on June 18, 1942. When this date is reduced (month = 6, day = 9, year = 7), the sum is 22. Rather than simplify this to a single digit (yielding 4), the number 22 reflects the Master Number — the higher-octane iteration of 4, revealing McCartney's strong "life mission."
Why Do You need a Numerology report? By Alana, Local Numerologist
"They are the language of the universe. We are surrounded by numbers and even if you don’t like math, numbers are everywhere and effect our lives, daily.
A numerology report is a fun and important tool to have to get know your unique personal core numbers and how they influence your current life journey. Knowing your numbers is helpful to connect you to your life path and purpose and your strengths and challenges. When you know your numbers, you have a helpful blueprint that serves as a foundation to go deeper into your personality, your soul and what you are here to do.
You may already be drawn to numbers, see repetitive numbers and share numbers, like birthdates, in your circle of family and friends.
Your numbers carry energy and vibration. For example, if you have a 6 number in your chart, you carry the energy and vibration of self harmony, compassion, love, service, social responsibility, beauty, the Arts, balance, children and community service. The challenge of number 6 is giving too much of yourself, finding balance between giving to others and taking care of your own needs, becoming a recluse, and having fear of being seen.
When you understand the influences and the positive and negative aspects of your numbers, you can better navigate through your life with confidence and know you have the ability to choose where you are in the moment, that serves your highest good.
Repetitive numbers or number sequences, are a message for you to understand where you are in the moment, energetically vibrating with the universe. For example, if you see 7:11 – my current daily numbers, on the clock everyday, or on license plates, or where ever, you are being shown the essence of those numbers which could be the examined as the whole number 711 or the number 9. In numerology, all numbers are added together to come to a single digit, 1-9. However, 11, 22, and 33 are Master Numbers and are translated as such. They carry the essence and power of the master number or are added together to the single digit for the lower vibration number, 11/2, 22/4 and 33/6.
When I see repetitive numbers, they usually are showing themselves to me over a period of time. Years ago when I was stepping out of the spiritual closet, the numbers 333 kept showing up. I was traveling to Utah, and those numbers were everywhere! License plates, billboards, a bill I had to pay, and even my hotel room number was #333. I looked up the meaning, and it was a beautiful reminder that I was on a spiritual awakening and it urged me to open up to my calling as a conscious spiritual teacher."