Calculating your life path

You’ll want to know this if you want to make sense of the monthly Numeroscopes 😊

Life path Calculation

The life path shows what lessons you are here to learn, but also how you react to things. Write out you full date of birth. We’ll use my neighbour as an example:

07 15 1943

Add those numbers straight across:

0+7+1+5+1+9+4+3 = 30

Add this one more time:

3+0 = 3

This life path can be written as 30/3

Let’s look at one with master numbers. The master numbers in a birth date will be 11 or 22. They are not reduced. They are added as they are:

11 29 1959

Added straight across, it would be: 11+2+9+1+9+5+9 = 46

Add one more time:

4+6 = 10

And again:

1+0 = 1

This life path can be written as 46/1

Here is one that adds to a master number:

10 23 1994

Add straight across:

1+0+2+3+1+9+9+4 = 29

Add once more:

2+9 = 11

This is not normally reduced beyond 11. It can be written as 29/11. When I do a client chart, I do give a single digit reduction. It is important to remember, though, that master number life paths are a more demanding energy. It is difficult to keep up such a high vibration, and people with prominent master numbers in their charts are prone to being high strung and all over the place. We should reduce the master number further, to a single digit, and encourage the client to cultivate these qualities as well.

About the author

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.