Numerology and Your Life
Numerology can paint a picture of your life from beginning to end. Using this tool can tell you a lot about your destiny, your purpose, your pinnacle moments, the challenges you face and so much more! In the world of Numerology, there are four numbers that paint a picture of the core you: your Life Path Number, your Destiny Number, your Pinnacle Number and your Challenge Number.
In most cases, you will perform a series of calculations that result in a number between 1 and 9. If you’d like to take a crack at unlocking your secret code, try your hand at these calculations and see what the results tell your about yourself:
The Life Path Number is calculated using your birth date.
Your Destiny Number is also calculated using your birth date.
These numbers are the label on the package that is you. They are the Cliffs Notes to the novel that is your life. These numbers give you the broader picture of your life’s map.
There are four Pinnacle Numbers in everyone’s life. As the name suggests, they represent the four moments in your life where you are called to step up to the plate. The first Pinnacle Number is the day you were born through the first 36 years of your life, minus your Life Path Number. The next two Pinnacle Numbers last nine years each, and the last Pinnacle period follows you through the rest of your life.
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To calculate your Pinnacle Number you’ll need to have your Life Path Number.
Example: Life Path 9
• Pinnacle Period 1 = Birth through 36 years minus Life Path 9 = 27 years old (0-27)
• Pinnacle Period 2 = Age 27 plus 9 years = 36 years old (28-36)
• Pinnacle Period 3 = Age 36 plus 9 years = 45 years old (37-45)
• Pinnacle Period 4 = Age 46 and older
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Like the Pinnacle Numbers, there are four main challenges in each of our lives. Each challenge represents a different period in a person’s life. Take your date of birth (month, day and year) and reduce them to a single digit. For example:
May 11, 1962
Month: May is the 5th month = 5
Day: The 11th day = 1+1 = 2
Year: 1962 = 1+9+6+2 = 18 = 1+8 = 9
Now apply these numbers to the formulas below to get:
Challenge 1 = Month minus Day (or vice versa): 5-2 = 3
Challenge 2 = Day minus Year (or vice versa): 9-2 = 7
Challenge 3 = The difference between Challenge 1 and Challenge 2: 7-3 = 4
Challenge 4 = The difference between the Month and the Year: 9-5 = 4
Now that you know how to calculate some of your life’s most poignant moments, why not speak to a numerologist to see what it all means for you?