At any rate, I am convinced that God does not play dice.
If you are like most people, you probably dislike math, or perhaps you’re intimidated by it. The good news is that numerology is not about math. Yes, some very simple addition and subtraction of small numbers is involved but that’s as complicated as it gets. All the numbers that make up a complete numerology chart are the result of the simpler forms of arithmetic. It is no more complicated or intimidating than adding a couple of one- or two-digit numbers.
The art of numerology is based on the personality of numbers.
Numerology reveals their inner nature and vibration, and how they can be used to better understand yourself and the world around you. Your probably never thought of numbers as having a personality, but if you consider them a little, you’ll realize that most of us have preferences for some numbers over others. You make these choices because you feel some kind of intuitive attraction to the nature or personality of a particular number or numbers.
Numerology is a language of numbers, letters, and symbols.
Numerology is based on the notion that everything is connected, and that everything exists in perfect synchronicity with everything else.
Without that vision, numerology, astrology, or any other Metaphysical science can’t exist.
By tapping into the underlying patterns of the universe, numerology helps us understand who we are.
It tells us what we are made off; it is a self-help tool, but it also gives us a glimpse of the mystery of the universe, and what it means to be part of it.
Is Numerology all about math?
Numerology only involves simple mathematics. It’s more about the personalities of each number, and how each number’s traits alter your experiences depending on where they appear in your chart.
What answers can Numerology give me?
Numerology is first and foremost a self-help tool. It tells about your personal character and your life as a whole. In many ways, Numerology can both predict and not predict your future.
Your Numerology cycles indicate the opportunities and obsctacles, joys and troubles, that arise throughout different periods of your life. The way you handle these occurrences at any given moment is still up to you.
Is Numerology based only on my date of birth?
Your Numerology chart is based on your date of birth and the name you were given at birth, but also takes into account the name you use today. Some numbers and cycles in your Numerology chart are derived from your birth date while others come from the letters of your birth name. According to Numerology, the name you were first given is the perfect name for you — the name you were truly meant to have.
What does my name have to do with Numerology?
Your birth name plays a key role in your personal Numerology chart, but the name you use today affects the persona you’re giving off to the world. Should you change your name after marriage or divorce? Is the spelling of your name affecting your fortune in life? Numerology holds the answers.
What’s my Life Path number?
Your Life Path number is the most important number in your Numerology chart! Based on your unique birth date, your Life Path number will be with you throughout your whole life.
What’s the difference between a Life Path, Expression, Heart’s Desire number, etc.?
Your Numerology chart is full of numbers that influence all the facets of your personality and phases of your life. While your Life Path, Expression, Heart’s Desire and other numbers combine to make up the complete picture of you, each individual number represents a different, specific part of you and your life.
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Can Numerology determine romantic compatibility?
It can! Your personal Life Path number reveals the style of your life, thoughts, communication patterns and more. When comparing and contrasting the styles of each Life Path number, some numbers work together quite well — while others should be avoided.
What does it mean when I see the same number everywhere I look?
Numbers that recur and repeat in life are Numerology’s way of directing you toward information you may be missing or lessons you’ve yet to learn.