A Key to your life purpose


Have you ever wondered why some people have the same problems repeat over and over in the course of their lives? It may be because they are out of sync with the soul purpose with which they were born.

In numerology the most important number is the Life Path. This number will never change because it is based on the actual date of your birth. (To calculate your Life Path add all the numbers of the month, day and year of your birth, for example, 9+18+1973=2000 which is reduced to the single digit of 2.)

The theme of your Life Path number continues to repeat throughout your life. The way you respond to opportunities and challenges are influenced by your Life Path. All numbers exist on a continuum of positive to negative energy, so when you recognize and embrace the positive aspects of your Life Path you will be more inclined to understand the purpose of your life which can lead to living a more harmonious life.

Life Path Meanings

1 – The 1 Life Path energy characterizes the desire to become independent, develop leadership skills and enjoy new situations. The 1 enjoys being the center of attention and loves praise or flattery. They have charm and creative, original minds.

The 1 energy people must guard against becoming opinionated and stubborn, and must learn to share leadership. It is also important to not become selfish or egotistical.

2 – The 2 Life Path energy indicates a person most likely to be cooperative, to have a balanced relationships, and to be considerate and thoughtful of others. A person with the 2 energy likes to work with others and is balanced and fair. Partnerships are preferable to being alone.

The 2 energy people must guard against becoming dependent on others, learn to set boundaries, and to take care of themselves. The 2 energy Life Path wants to help and serve others and may be willing to make peace at all costs.

3 – The 3 Life Path energy represents a person who is creative, playful, an excellent communicator, and hardworking. This person loves to be in the spotlight and has the potential to do well at acting, sales or other creative ventures.

People with a 3 Life Path sometimes need to moderate their activities so they do not get exhausted from their efforts. The 3 energy can become moody and attempt to escape from reality.

4 – People with a 4 Life Path are trustworthy, practical and value order and service to others. The 4 energy is reliable and patient, even though limitations are usually a part of their lives. The 4 energy is that of a builder.

The 4 Life Path Energy must guard against becoming too rigid or structured so that they don’t hear another point of view or perspective. They need to be patient with others and their environment.

5 – The 5 Life Path energy represents the inclination to enjoy change and strive for adventures. The 5 has a number of talents and often goes in many directions at once. A 5 likes variety in the job and has a free and cheerful demeanor.

The 5 has many different talents and often tries to do everything at once so the challenge is to limit the multi-tasking and stay focused to complete projects.

6 – The 6 Life Path has an innate ability to give love and support to others. Six represents harmony, balance, sincerity, love, and truth. The 6 loves having responsibility for family, friends and the community.

A challenge for the 6 may be to distinguish between helping and interfering. The 6 can be so responsible that self care is so far down on the list of things to do that the person becomes overwhelmed or even ill. A 6 often needs to learn to set boundaries.

7 – The 7 Life Path is inclined to study the world, analyze, and have original and independent thinking. The 7 often enjoys being alone and is satisfied with fewer material goods than others. The 7 energy is often very spiritual.

A challenge for the 7 Life Path is not to become so reclusive as to become isolated from others. The 7 energy may need to guard against becoming negative and quarrelsome.

8 – The issues for the 8 Life Path generally revolve around the accumulation of money, possessions and status. The 8 energy is very focused, competitive and practical. The 8 learns how to identify and pursue goals and an evolved 8 learns to use power and money in a positive way for others as well as for herself.

A challenge for the 8 is to beware of becoming so goal driven as to step over others. Another potential challenge is to remember to spend time and energy to further relationships with others.

9 – The 9 Life Path is most often very compassionate, generous and has a selfless attitude. Recognizing one’s personal spirituality is an integral part of the 9 energy. The 9s are often rewarded in many ways for the compassion they express. The 9 energy also represents a lifetime of completion and these people are often old souls.

The challenge for the 9 may be to overcome difficulties faced early in life.The 9 Life Path is so complex and multi-layered that you will be dissatisfied until you become involved in the metaphysics of life. You have an insatiable appetite for the spiritual and psychological.

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The Numerology Energy for 2018

2018 is a two universal year (2+0+1+8=11, 1+1=2) that resonates with three cards: the High Priestess, Justice and Awakening (Judgment in traditional Tarot).

The High Priestess energy accesses spiritual enlightenment and inner illumination. The High Priestess has an evolved inner knowing that is associated with feminine powers such as intuition, serenity and psychic awareness. She draws on the secrets and unspoken wisdom in the universe. She understands the mysteries of this world as well as beyond.

The High Priestess represents the highest moral standard, which stands above the manmade law. You connect to the High Priestess through your high self by engaging your intuition, meditation, dreams.

In Tarot of Empowerment the High Priestess is serene as she naturally draws on her intuition to contemplate the True Law of the universe. Her brooch alights, mirroring the heart fire that represents genuine wisdom. Her wisdom engages the intellect as well as intuition. The High Priestess reflects the majesty of the ultimate feminine power.

Another card that represents two in Tarot is Justice (1+1=2). While the High Priestess is the highest moral law, Justice is the highest man made law. Justice is about making a decision, or being judged, based on the rules in a given situation. It’s important to understand what the rules are because the fairness of decisions will be based upon them. Unlike the highest moral laws of the High Priestess, the laws of Justice are manmade.

Justice is often referred to as the “karma card” because all actions have consequences. It is a reminder that the established rules affect the present, as the present rules will affect the future. Everyone must be following the same rules for decisions and outcomes to be fair.

The third card that resonates with the number two is Awakening. Awakening represents the choice to move beyond the limitations of the past and ascend to a higher life purpose. This card represents a shift in consciousness that releases old paradigms of consciousness and dogma that restrict or compromise the authentic self.

Awakening often indicates a time of reaching a knowingness that is beyond those around you. This card is about listening to your higher self by using a combination of reasoning and intuition.

The number 2 represents partnership (enlightenment and inner illumination) and balance. People in a 2 Personal Year are open to new relationships and opportunities that embrace harmony, balance, and cooperation. During a 2 year, when a person is out of balance or in a disagreeable relationship, the person may become depressed because they are not able to act with the 2 energy. The 2 year is an excellent year to build on the new beginnings from the 1 year.

You can calculate your personal year by adding the day and month of your birth to 2018. You do not use the year you were born.

What is Numerology?

It can be a big relief to understand your patterns and to have direction towards changing them. Numerology is an informative and fun way to learn about your lessons in life. Life Path readings are a great gift for a new born (person or business), wedding, name change, or important anniversaries.

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How to Calculate your Personal Year

It’s that time of year to prepare for how the energy in 2015 is likely to affect you. Every January the theme of your energy changes according to the vibration of the numbers for that year. The number of the universal year (our calendar year, such as 2015) is determined by adding all of the digits in the year: 2+0+1+5=8.

8

The energy for an 8 year is about issues of power and money. Does that mean that we will all be struggling over power and money? Not really. The universal year is the broadest numerological theme in the year. Use the calculations that follow to find your personal energy in an 8 personal year. Your individual Personal year is calculated by adding your birth day and month to the universal year. The numbers are reduced to a single digit and added up. For example, a September 23 birthday would look like this:

9+23+2014=

9+5+7=21=3. Thus, 3 is the personal year for this birthday.

The numerology explanations below are followed by the Tarot cards that resonate for each energy.

1 – People in a 1 personal year are planting the seeds for the next 9 year cycle. This is a year with many new opportunities and activities. The 1 energy is likely to be a year of leadership and initiative. Sun (19), Wheel of Fortune (10), Magician (1)

2 – People in a 2 personal year are open to new relationships and opportunities that embrace harmony, balance and cooperation. During a 2 year, when a person is out of balance or in a disagreeable relationship, the person may become depressed because they are not able to act on the 2 energy. The 2 year is an excellent year to build on the new beginnings from the 1 year.

Judgment (20), Justice or Strength (11), High Priestess (2).

3 – People in a 3 personal year feel expansive and open to new adventures. This is very much “play time” as people in the 3 energy explore the meaning of joy in their lives. Three energy is very creative, especially in art and writing. It’s important to distinguish between creativity and frivolousness. World (21), Hanged One (12), Empress (3)

4 – A 4 personal year is time to focus after the playfulness of the 3 year. It is a year of focus and creating a foundation for the future. It can be considered a “maze” year as the people in this year seem to have more obstacles than usual. As they come to a block, they must learn to change directions to find a new route rather than run into a brick wall. Death (13) Emperor (4)

5 – People in a 5 personal year often feel great relief after the constrictions of the 4 year. The 5 personal year is full of exploration and working beyond the constraints of the 4 year. Many new opportunities present themselves, and it’s important to be able to finish some of the many projects that will be tempted to begin.

Temperance (14), Hierophant (5)

6 – The 6 personal year is usually pretty smooth, even as the person is likely to be focused on responsibility and service, especially to family. People in this year are focused on home and what home means: who they want in the home, where home is, what home means. People must beware of taking on so much responsibility so that the sense of individuality is lost. Devil (15), Lovers (6)

7 – People in a 7 personal year spend their time analyzing and trying to understand what their life is about. The seven year is about choices, often unexpected ones. It is a time to pause, consider, reflect, evaluate and decide. Intuition is important in the 7 year. Tower (16), Chariot (7)

8 – The 8 personal year is about status and money. It’s often the perfect time for people to explore new employment opportunities, apply for promotions and evaluate their general financial situation. Many people start a new business in an 8 year after the 7 year of analyzing and evaluating the wisdom of such a move. Star (17), Justice or Strength (8)

9 – The 9 year is the end of the cycle that started in the 1 year. People may find they are cleaning out closets, relationships, and anything else that no long serve them. As a part of the completion cycle they may find that giving to others, financially or emotionally, become important to them. Sun (18), Hermit (9)

11 – The 11 is a master number and indicates a year with the potential to open the person to a high vibration that allows greater intuitive ability. The 11 energy is difficult to sustain and it reduces to a 2 energy and that vibration is generally more comfortable for most people.

Your age influences your personal year

After my last post I’ve had several requests to explain how age influences your personal year. In that post I mentioned that your personal year is influenced by when your birthday falls. We’ll explore [Read more…]