What is Numerology?


Have you ever noticed the same numbers follow you throughout your life and wondered what they mean exactly? Perhaps you should take a look at numerology and see how it may apply to your journey. Numerology is a metaphysical study of unique numbers and their influence on your life path. While math may not have been your favorite subject during school years, what has been hidden from you is that mathematics is the language of the universe.

Numerology concentrates on the study of the divine influence or mystical relationship between a number and coinciding events such as personalities or trends of life. Along with the study of the numerical value of letters in words, names, and ideas. Modern numerologists use numerology in gaining a better understanding of personality, karma, strengths, weaknesses, motivation, and overall purpose. Those who understand themselves on a deeper level are more apt to fulfill their soul’s true destiny. Once the meaning of numbers is understood, one can gain greater insight into themselves.

The roots of numerology date back centuries, with variations of it found in most cultures throughout history. Egypt, Babylonia, Japan, India, China, Rome, and Greece all used numerology for agriculture, weather pattern prediction, time of seasons, and forecasting natural disasters. As its use became more widely known, other countries and cultures worldwide started to incorporate numerology into their daily lives. Interestingly, with humanity’s long history of numerological ideas, the word “numerology” is not recorded in English before the year 1907.

Since its inception, Numerology often gets associated with the paranormal, alongside astrology and similar divinatory arts. It has also been attacked for going against the teachings of God when the reverse is actually true. The Bible, the Talmud, the Koran, even the Egyptian Book of the Dead, have alluded to numbers in ways that require interpretation by people of wisdom. In an example, the numbers 3 and 7 hold strong spiritual meaning in the Bible. The most obvious example would be the creation of the world in 7 days. Jesus asked God 3 times if he could avoid crucifixion and was crucified at 3 in the afternoon. 7 is the length of famine and other God-imposed events and is sometimes followed by the number 8 as a symbol of change.

Numerology can help with different aspects of your life, such as career, business, health, and love. The most important number in your Numerology chart is your life path number. This number is based on your unique birth date, acts as a life blueprint, and this one number will never change. Life Path numbers influence your personality and challenges you will face throughout your journey.