Life Path Numbers

The Life Path number is the sum of all the numbers in your birth date. This number represents who you are at birth and the native traits that you will carry with you through life. It is your most significant vibration. Your life path number is the number you must act upon in order to be truly happy. By “act upon” I mean that this number’s qualities must be allowed to play themselves out in your life. For example, 5 Life Path’s are Adventurers , and they seek freedom. If a 5 Life Path gets married at a very young age and feels tied down, chances are the marriage will not be a lasting one.

Your life path number plays a big role in defining your character.This number gives you more information about your life than any other number in your chart. The Life Path describes the nature of your journey through life, including major lessons, challenges and experiences you are likely to be faced with. How is this possible? Each number carries a specific vibrational identity. Just like everything in the Universe, numbers are Energy. All numbers have a distinct energetic vibration, along with various traits and characteristics. Discovering your life path number can be a great way to gain a deeper understanding of who you are, as well as the kinds of people you are compatible with and even the types of careers you are naturally inclined to succeed at.

  • How To Find Your Life Path Number

    In order to find your life path number, use the Life Path Number Calculator, or simply follow the instructions below.

    First, add the Month, day, and year together to arrive at a total. Next, reduce this four digit number to a single digit.

  • Example: If a person was born on October 23, 1972 (10-23-1972*), add the month 10 to the day 23 plus the the year 1972 arriving at a total of 2005. Then add the digits in 2005 arriving at the  Life Path number 7.

    The “master numbers, ” 11, 22, and 33, have been incorporated within the corresponding single digit number readings. See addition comments about master numbers.

    If you choose to consider the master numbers, you can stop reducing the compound numbers when you arrive at the master numbers, 11 or 22.  Example: Bill Gates, born 10-28-1955, has a birth date that adds up to 1993.  1993 reduces to 22, so he would a good example of the 22/4.