Numerologist Tools – Part 2
Numerologists use a few more tools in numerology.
The Master Numbers are numbers that are not reduced further to a single digit. They have a high frequency vibration. The numbers eleven, twenty-two, and thirty-three are the most commonly recognized Master Numbers. Some helpful keywords for any one who might have a name or other number that is one of these are:
Eleven: Desire to serve humanity, idealistic, visionary, and innovative.
Twenty-two: Humanitarian interests aimed at enlightenment and betterment, able to unite people and forces to achieve goals.
Thirty-three: Universal service, driven to relieve suffering, healers, counselors, and teachers of all kinds.
Birth Path Number
The Birth Path, or Life Path Number represents the path or direction on your path that you should go. Talents, habits, and lessons you would benefit by developing or overcoming, and learning to master through practice. As the Name Number shows the way you project your ego into the outside world, the Birth Path Number shows both the inner you and your subconscious thoughts and feelings that can drive the way you behave usually without you being consciously being aware of it. Unlike the Name Number, the Birth Path Number is not obtained using the alphabet. You find your Birth Path Number by adding together the month, day, and year of your birth, then reduce to a single digit. Make sure to add up all four digits in the year. Example: Norma s birthday is June 1st 1926. So; 6(month)+1(day)+1+9+2+6(year)=25, then reduce by adding 2+5=7, Norma s Birth Path Number is 7.
There will be an inevitable repeating of themes or basic keyword concepts when describing meanings of numbers. Some keywords numerologists share are:
One: Born to learn individuality, self -reliance and right use of expression of will.
Two: Duality requires reaching a place of balance. Early environment may have been critical, undermining self- confidence. Need to learn self- trust.
Three: Sometimes born into families that resist or repress the three s expression of creativity. Self- sabotage or scattering energy by doing to many things at once is often a source of trouble.
Four: Dedicatedly striving to establish your self. Slow growth, may resist change, sometimes stubborn.
Five: Born to experience life s offerings with all of your senses. Number of change, free will, sometimes conflicted.
Six: A life learning about service, responsibility, and domesticity. Striving to establish emotional balance and security, self-worth, and harmony.
Seven: Seeker of truth, wisdom, and knowledge. Need to learn balance and integrate intuition, emotions, and rational mind.
Eight: Leadership positions, success and recognition will require you to learn correct motivation, values, and use of power and resources. Occasional outbursts of temper should be guarded against.
Nine: Usually a need to learn about who to help and how. Here to let go of things of this world and embrace a spiritual path.
This is really just the beginning, you could also add just the vowels, said to be the Soul Number, or just the consonants, said to be the persona, of your name. A combination of current dates or future dates with your
Birth Path Number can also reveal information about what those periods of time may hold for you. My next article will delve into these other methods most numerologists use.