You probably heard about the life path number surrounding numerology quite a few times. The life path number is mainly used in Pythararigan numerology, but in this blog post, I want to show you where you find the same information in the Chaldean numerology. But for now, let’s stick with the words that most people use, the life path number.
What is my life path number?
Your life path number is something that was given to you the day you were born. Cause the life path number is calculated out of your birthday.
It is found by adding all the numbers in your full birth date. Let’s give it a try.
If you are born on June 14th in 1946, the calculation of the life path number would look like this: 0+6+1+4+1+9+4+6 as June is the 6th month of the year.
This calculation gives 31. And the single number is found by adding those two digits: 3+1=4. The life path number then becomes 4.
Let’s do yet another calculation of a life path number. The birthday October 26th, 1947. 1+0+2+6+1+9+4+7=30. 3+0=3. So the life path number is 3.
What is the life path number used for?
Ok, now we know how to get the number, but what is the life path number used for? In Pythagorean numerology, it’s said that this number is one of the more determining numbers to who you are, and the traits you are born with. This is as the words say, your LIFE PATH, the direction that your life is going.
Calculating the life path number for a person can reveal who the person is, his or her deepest values, and the challenges that the person faces throughout his or her life.
Its a really quick method to understand the person you sit in front of. Just ask for the person’s birthday! As you see, it’s rather easy to calculate the life path number.
Life path number in Chaldean numerology
Can a life path number be found in Chaldean numerology? Yes, it can. And on top of that, Chaldean numerology can provide a much more detailed and nuanced explanation.
In Chaldean numerology, the number that corresponds to the Pythagorian life path number is found in the destiny numbers. The destiny numbers are found at the top of the Chaldean numerology chart.
The destiny numbers show us the bottom line of what our destiny is really about. As Chaldean numerology is complex, there are many numbers that represent our total destiny. But the destiny numbers are the sum of the birthday and show it in a quick way. Therefore this number tells us the sum of a person’s character.
Examples of life path and destiny in Chaldean numerology
Let’s look at an example in Chaldean numerology.
13/4 and 31/4
People who are born with the destiny numbers 13/4 and 31/4 are people with rebellious tendencies. They are people who like to be different, but they are also very innovative and they are good at thinking outside the box. They are good at doing the unexpected, but they also change their mind often, and sometimes they can be unreliable due to this aspect.
One person having these destiny numbers is Donald Trump. His higher self is seen in the image containing 13/4 and 31/4 in the middle.
Politicians who are represented by these destiny numbers tend to want change, but they appear with a rebellious character, and sometimes they act in a hypocritical way.
12/3 and 30/3
People who are born with the destiny numbers 12/3 and 30/3 are people who value integrity, academic knowledge, theory and they like to see things from a higher perspective. However, due to the nature of the 12/3 vibration, there is also an aspect of overinterpretation and overthinking which can lead to paranoia, anxiety and irrational fear. People who are born with these numbers tend to have a significant amount of drama in their relations due to their nature of over-interpreting things, making their own conclusions and thereby they tend to make a scene. Furthermore, due to the nature of the 12/3 vibration as the minor destiny number, there is also a tendency of self-destructive behavior due to the aspect of anxiety and irrational fear.
One person having these destiny numbers is Hillary Clinton. Her higher self is seen in the image containing 12/3 and 30/3 in the middle.
Politicians who are represented by these numbers are that type of politicians who tend to end up in drama in the media, and they tend to be controversial.
We look much more in-depth on the lives and personality traits of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and see why the election turned out the way it did, during the Foundation Class training.