What is your LIFE PATH NUMBER?

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  1. newbizmau profile image90
    newbizmauposted 6 years ago

    What is your LIFE PATH NUMBER?

    Reduce all numbers to a single digit and add them together to find your Life path number.
    Example October + 19 + 1964
                   (1+0) + (1+9) +(1+9+6+4) = 31
                                                               (3+1) =   4 Life Path
    Your Life Path Number is the special path that you walk in this lifetime. This number shows the natural gifts and talents that will allow you to fulfill your destiny.

  2. askformore lm profile image60
    askformore lmposted 6 years ago

    Well, calculated that way then my life path number is 9.
    Is that good? Or...?
    It wouldn't surprise me if it is a good number, because I have a great life.
    PS: I am extremely doubtful to such calculations ... but I find them being great fun.

    1. newbizmau profile image90
      newbizmauposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Life Path numbers are calculated using all three, Birth Month, Day, and Year. Calculating only the year tells you the energy of everyone born in that year but is a wide view.

    2. askformore lm profile image60
      askformore lmposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      OK, I calculated according to newbizmau's instructions and scored a 9. So I am content smile because 9 on a scale from 1 to 9 can't be that bad.

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    Deborah Sextonposted 6 years ago

    Actually you shouldn’t reduce yours because your number is 22

    Life Path Number 1993=22

    You are born under the shadow of the most powerful and promising of all the life-determining numbers. This suggests that life will offer you extreme situations and will force you to extreme decisions. On the one hand, you have the potential to be a great architect as well as ability to reach the highest level in this field and retranslate it into a conditioned world. But on the other hand, you can sometimes wallow in the depths of ignorance and even be unable to feed yourself.
    Your strength is very unusual. Only through considerable efforts will you be able to bring together people, ideas, and resources - three elements necessary for the implementation of your plans.
    Now you know why your way to the goals of your life is filled with dramatic events. It is because of your character, in whicwhich the most opposite characteristics are combined. You have both inspiration and an innate practicality. For example, you can learn how to cooperate effectively with different people. This allows you to understand all kinds of people and you can bring them together to achieve a common goal. Your task is to turn dreams into reality. In short, you are a dreamer, but one who stands firmly on his own two feet.
    You will do well in business and politics. You are always setting your sights on grand projects. You can think and act at an international scale. You are endowed with an unusually strong sense of community.
    Somehow you manage to see the limits of every particular idea - how it will get started and the extent to which it will succeed. This intuitive ability lets you evaluate the practical value of ideas.
    You have great ambitions and although they are difficult to manage, they allow you to achieve all your goals.
    In any kind of relationship you are a true partner. You always give good advice and provide support. By nature you are indifferent to emotional outbursts. You decline standards in thoughts and deeds, but prefer to maintain a traditional outlook.
    Your main lesson in life is to learn to share others views and allow others to make their personal contribution to your common activities. That's why you have a tendency to control people and situations, and sometimes even attempt to manipulate people.

    1. askformore lm profile image60
      askformore lmposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      you only calculate his "year", how about month and date

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      Deborah Sextonposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I calculated all 10+19+1964=1993 (1+9+9+3=22). The first part isn't added one number at a time it is the M+the D+the Y..then the last part is added 1 number at a time

    3. newbizmau profile image90
      newbizmauposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Deborah I'm a bit confused. Where did you get 1993 from?
      Above was only an example birthday of Oct 19, 1964 and is not my actual birthday. Were you calculating that one for someone else?

      But if you want to use mine as an example it is 10/01/1980.

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      Deborah Sextonposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I calculated all 10+19+1964=1993 (1+9+9+3=22)
      22 is a master number and you don't reduce it
      Add 10 and 19 and 1964


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