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Numerology Love Relationships for Life Path


by Keith Abbott


PART 1: Leaders need Love Too


People who's birthday numbers reduce to (1) are on Numerology's Path of the Leader. If you're on this Life Path, you can know how your relationships will work out depending on your partners Life Path. Are you fated to have a lasting and rewarding relationship?

===> Life Path Calculation

Your Life Path is your primary number in Numerology; equivalent to your Sun sign in Astrology. It's calculated by adding together all the digits of your full date of birth, and then reducing the sum using fadic addition. Tom Cruse is an example of a Life Path (1), his birth date of July 3rd, 1962, reduces to a one when we sum all the values as shown below:

Tom Cruse's Life Path = (07 + 03 + 1962) = (1972) = (1 + 9 + 7 + 2) = (19) = (10) = (1)

His former wife, actress Nicole Kidman was born on June 20th, 1967, so her Life Path number is a (22) which we reduce to a four for this comparison as shown below.

Nicole Kidman's Life Path = (06 + 20 + 1967) = (1993) = (22) = (2 + 2) = (4)

===> Determining Compatibility

Now, to determine how a relationship will work out for a person on Life Path (1), such as Tom Cruse, look at the table below using their partner's Life Path. In the case of his relationship with Nicole Kidman, we look at the entry for Life Path (4) to see how things worked out.

Note that any of these relationships can work; but the characters and needs of the partners will differ, depending on the match you get.

===> Partner LP (1)

This relationship is nurtured and sustained by both partners love of life. However, both you and your partner need to guard against being overly competitive with each other. If this gets out of control, it can break up your relationship.

===> Partner LP (2)

You and your partner need to work on opening up to each other and expressing your true feelings. Your partner must guard against becoming overly emotional when dealing with you, or problems will manifest.

===> Partner LP (3)

An excellent combination; you and your partner tend to enrich each other's lives. You both naturally give all the support and encouragement needed to bring out the very best in each other.

===> Partner LP (4)

A very stable partnership. Your partner, the worldly (4), tends to keep your feet on the ground, and help you focus on the important things in life.

===> Partner LP (5)

Both you and your partner are very outgoing and independent in your own ways. Your partner needs to be sure and give you your own space at home to avoid problems. You need to retreat from your relationship at times to keep everything on an even keel.

===> Partner LP (6)

Opposites attract in your relationship. There will be constant stress in this relationship due to the differences in your personalities. You will tend to resist making this partnership a permanent thing; and your partner will need to coax you if you are to tie the knot in this partnership.

===> Partner LP (7)

You tend to bring reality and steadiness to your partner's life. Your partner tends to spend a lot of time in their own fantasy world. Be patient with them and they tend to come around at least on the important things.

===> Partner LP (8)

Your time together is very precious and exciting. This is a great relationship as long as you both recognize the other's need for a lot of independence in the relationship. Don't try to make the bonds too tight, and you will both be very happy.

===> Partner LP (9)

The greatest strength of this relationship is that both of you share a gift of seeing problems as challenges to be overcome, not set-backs to defeat you. When you work together, you can literally conquer the world.


PART 2


If your date of birth numbers reduce to a (2), you are on Numerology's Path of the Cooperator. If you're on this Life Path, you can know how your relationships will work out depending on your partners Life Path. Will fate give you a lasting and rewarding relationship?

===> Life Path Calculation

Your Life Path is your primary number in Numerology; equivalent to your Sun sign in Astrology. You calculate it by adding together all the digits of your full date of birth, and then reducing the sum by fadic addition. Former president Bill Clinton is an example of a Life Path (2), his birth date of August 19th, 1946, reduces to a two when we sum all the digits as is shown below:

Bill Clinton's Life Path = (08 + 19 + 1946) = (1973) = (1 + 9 + 7 + 3) = (20) = (2)

His wife, senator Hillary Clinton was born on October 26th, 1947, so her Life Path number is a (3) as is shown below.

Hillary Clinton's Life Path = (10 + 26 + 1947) = (1983) = (1 + 9 + 8 + 3) = (21) = (3)

===> Determining Their Compatibility

Now, to see how a love relationship will work out for a person on Life Path (2), such as Bill Clinton, we look in the table below using their partner's Life Path. In the case of Bill and Hillary Clinton, we check the entry for Life Path (3) to see how things work out.

Note that any of these relationships can work; but the characters and needs of the two people will differ, depending on the match you get.

===> Partner LP (1)

Both partners need to work on being more open with each other, and expressing their feelings. You must resist the tendency to to become too emotional when dealing with your partner.

===> Partner LP (2)

Both partners are very sensitive and can have their feelings hurt by an unkind word or too much teasing. You both need to work on being more sensitive of each others feelings, and learning to turn the other cheek for the sake of your happiness.

===> Partner LP (3)

You are the emotional rock of this relationship, while your partner helps you learn to not take life too seriously. This is a good match, because you tend to compliment each other well.

===> Partner LP (4)

Both of you tend to be romantics at heart. If you both work at keeping that spark of original courtship alive, your relationship will prosper and bring you happiness.

===> Partner LP (5)

Your partner highly values the sensitivity you bring to your relationship. In turn, they help make you more spontaneous in your dealings with people.

===> Partner LP (6)

Both you and your partner hate to argue with each other. If you can learn that the occasional disagreement does no harm, and can help clear the air between you, this relationship can become very strong indeed.

===> Partner LP (7)

Both you and your partner are highly sensitive. If you can learn to direct this quality toward sensing each other's needs, then this can be a very good relationship.

===> Partner LP (8)

Your partner's rational approach to life will help you to be more confident in dealing with both your partner, and with other people. This is a very beneficial relationship for you. Try to show appreciation to your partner, they get less from this pairing than you do.

===> Partner LP (9)

Both you and your partner are very sensitive and loyal to each other. Try to remember that going overboard in trying to please each other all the time has it's own drawbacks. Moderation is the key to making this work.
About the Author

Keith Abbott is the developer and owner of 'Numerology 4 You' where you can order your own Numerology reading, including your complete Lucky Days calendar. http://www.numerology4you.com


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How a Numerological Reading Works


The symbolic analysis of the single digits and master numbers is the essence of a numerology reading. The Core, or heart of any numerology reading involves the personality portion of the analysis. Much of the critical information in a numerology report is derived from the four elements making up the Core. These four elements are the Life Path, Expression, Soul Urge and Birthday.


Life Path

The Life Path is the most important number in the Core - and certainly the most important number in a numerology report as well. If you could only use one number to describe a person, that number would be the Life Path.

The Life Path describes the major lessons to be learned in a person's life that can determine the central purpose of their life. The Life Path also defines the conditions that are most helpful to learn the lessons involved. It also delineates some of the major characteristics likely to exist in that person. Although a majority of people relate well to their Life Path, a few have little interest in pursuing that course. The Life Path is determined by calculating the sum of the month, day and year of birth.

The Life Path Number is actually divided into three separate areas of one's life. Founded on the date of birth, the first life path is correlated to the month of birth (2-digit month). The day of one's birth (2-digit day) is then linked to the second life path. And finally, the last life path number is based on the year of birth (4 digit year). The Life path number describes an individual for what and who he is.

Next, an individual's full birth name is used to further calculate one's numerology interpretation. Below is a list of the alphabet assigned to specific numeric values:

1 = A, J & S
2 = B, K & T
3 = C, L & U
4 = D, M & V
5 = E, N & W
6 = F, O & X
7 = G, P & Y
8 = H, Q & Z
9 = I & R


Expression
The Expression number describes the person's natural abilities and potentials, as well as their related character traits. For most of us, these talents and skills exist at birth, although they are usually further developed as an individual grows and matures. Most of the time these particular abilities form the central feature of an individual's work or career. The Expression is determined by calculating the sum of the number values of all the letters in the person's full birth name.


Soul Urge
The Soul Urge number describes a person's inner ambition - what a person wants to achieve, to have and to be, and the possible traits and obstacles which accompany that desire. The Soul Urge is significant in determining a person's beliefs and perspectives, and the values upon which he bases his actions. Although the Life Path and Expression are generally easy to spot in a person, the inner motivation is often a very personal matter. The Soul Urge is determined by calculating the sum of the number values of all the vowels in the full birth name.


Birthday
The Birthday describes some important personality characteristics but it's the least important of the Core elements. It's simply the reduced form of the number of the day on which a person was born.


Other Important Modifiers in Numerological Readings

Other significant numerical influences are called moderators, named because they modify, or affect the Core elements. Although there are quite a few modifiers that one can investigate (such as Karmic Debts and Pinnacles), the modifier of most general interest is the Personal Year.


Personal Year

The Personal Year does not predict what will happen to a person during a year; it describes the influences with which they will be working. It also describes the possible opportunities and challenges that can come up during that time frame. Personal Years run in nine year cycles. The first year in the cycle is a One year, the second year a Two year, and so on. After the ninth year, a new One year starts the cycle all over again. The Personal Year is determined by calculating the sum of the month and day of birth with the current year.

A numerology reading using the birth date and birth name describes the person's basic personality as they would be seen at birth, and as they would be expected to mature. Even though other names may be used as one gets older, the characteristics of the birth name are likely to be strongly felt throughout their life.

Since the birth date is fixed, the elements and modifiers related to the birth date don't change during a person's lifetime. But what happens if your name changes by choice or situation? When names are altered, there can often be a significant change that occurs in a person's life and personality.

For instance, if your name will be changed by marriage, you can get some idea of how your life might change with the new name. Do readings using both names and see what you come up with - perhaps it will help you to decide what your married name should be.

Naming your children or a new business can also be done with numerological influences in mind. Readings can be done for families, groups of people working together, etc. to see what the dynamics of the whole might be. How about what kind of car to buy, when to travel, or the name of a city you're thinking of relocating to? Take the time to run the numbers and make notes on what you discover.


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Numerology Basics


Numerology is an exciting and mysterious forecasting number system. Although such schools of numerology like horoscope numerology require a great deal of learning, you do not have to be a numerology star reader to enjoy this metaphysics science. Develop a personality analysis in which the numbers tell you about your personality and your lucky numbers. Use this technique for future prediction and determining the numerology compatibility of future loved ones. Or use numerology to find the perfect numbers to use as your powerball numbers.


What is Numerology?
While some types of personality typing and forecasting methods use mysterious symbols unfamiliar to most people, numbers are a part of our daily lives. Numerology is the study of the metaphysical meaning of numbers. By applying the principles of numerology - and using only the name and birth date as the basic data - you can decipher a person's personality, strengths and abilities, personal challenges, inner needs, emotional chemistry, and ways of interacting with others.

Almost all cultures throughout history have developed their own forms of numerology. It is a technique that has been handed down over the centuries, refined by continuous observation. Perhaps as a testament to their basic truths, each system had parallels in their interpretations that is hard to explain away as coincidence. The formal study of numerology can be linked to the work of the philosopher Pythagoras, who developed many of the basic theorems that form the foundation of modern mathematics. Pythagoras established the world's first co-educational university for esoteric studies in Greece in 532 BC.

The modern phase of numerology began at the turn of the twentieth century when an American woman, L. Dow Balliet, and others during that time published books on the subject. In light of more research on the subject, interest in numerology has grown over the last fifty years.


How Numbers Influence Our Life

The basic calculations used in numerology are performed by simple addition. All numbers are reduced to the single digits 1 through 9 except the special master numbers 11 and 22 (some systems include 33). For example, the number 12 is reduced by adding 1 + 2 to get 3. Similarly, the number 1953 can be reduced by adding 1 + 9 + 5 + 3 to get 18. The 18 is then further reduced by adding 1 + 8 to get 9. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 22 represent the major aspects of one's personality.

Letters in a person's name are converted to numbers and then added together and reduced where applicable. The following list shows the numbers assigned to all 26 letters in the English alphabet, and the personality attributes ascribed to them:

1: A, J, S
Independence, individuality, achievement, leadership, pioneering, administration.

2. B, K, T
Cooperation, closeness, sensitivity, harmony, mediation, support, flexibility.

3. C, L, U
Self expression, joy, enthusiasm, the arts, optimism, creativity, sociability.

4. D, M, V
Organization, service, limitation, hard work, practicality, earthiness.

5. E, N, W
Expansion, vision, variety, excitement, progressive, creative.

6. F, O, X
Balance, responsibility, love, support, nurturing, serving, community.

7. G, P, Y
Analysis, understanding, depth, introspection, seeking truth, spiritual understanding

8. H, Q, Z
Material fulfillment, accomplishment, status, practicality, power, recognition.

9. I, R
Selflessness, humanitarianism, obligation, compassion, creativity.

11. Illumination, intuition, idealism, spiritual teaching.

22. Master builder, large endeavors, spiritual understanding of material world, high ideals, leadership.


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