Practical NUMEROLOGY
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# Different Numerology Numbers

For numerological analysis, we need to know the numbers in numerology.

The most important is to learn the meaning of the basic numbers from 1 to 9, with additional explanations of compound or two-digit numbers.

In numerology, numbers can be divided in different ways. You will find out how on this page.

## BASIC NUMBERS

The main division of numbers in numerology is into basic and compound numbers.

Basic numbers are single-digit numbers from 1 to 9, which carry the most weight in numerological analysis.

Basic numbers are obtained by reducing multi-digit numbers. In numerology, we always reduce multi-digit numbers until we arrive at a single-digit, basic number. For example, if the numerological sum of a birth name is 25, this is reduced to 2 + 5 = 7. The basic number in this case is 7, which means that the person is analytical, intuitive and studious, but he or she may also be too indecisive, reclusive, eccentric, etc.

INTERPRETATIONS OF BASIC NUMBERS

Each basic number includes:

• Basic symbolism of this number
• Keywords outlining the main themes and challenges of this number
• Characteristics that one expresses when the energy of this number is balanced or unbalanced.

Note: No number is inherently good or bad; each number contains both a positive and a negative aspect. How a number affects us depends largely on whether we have a positive or negative attitude towards life. This of course changes, so we sometimes express the positive or balanced, and sometimes the negative or unbalanced (under- or over-expressed) qualities of our numbers.

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## COMPOUND NUMBERS

Compound numbers in numerology are two-digit numbers from 10 to 99. These numbers emphasise or diminish certain aspects of the base numbers. Compound numbers can be used to help us when we need additional insight or confirmation in our analysis.

For example, to analyse "seven" in more detail, we can use its compound number. The number 7 can be derived from compound numbers 16, 25, 34, 43 or 52, and indirectly from higher numbers, too.

Compound numbers-tens emphasise the characteristics of the basic number. For example, the compound number 10 is an "octave" of the basic number 1 and further amplifies its strong leadership qualities. The number 10 is the octave of 1, the number 70 the octave of 7, etc.

INTERPRETATIONS OF COMPOUND NUMBERS

The great numerologist Cheiro gave the following explanation of compound or two-digit numbers:

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## MASTER NUMBERS: 11, 22…

Many numerologists aditionally take into account the composite numbers 11 and 22, and some also include the numbers 33 and 44.

These "master numbers" carry a special power. Vibrating at a high frequency, they operate in etheric, spiritual spheres. They are highly charged, difficult to handle, and require time, maturity, and great effort to integrate into one's personality.

Master numbers have great potential for learning and personal growth. They can lead to major life transformations. However, it depends on the maturity of the individual whether it is the composite master number (11 or 22) or its derivative (2 or 4) that expresses itself more.

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## KARMIC DEBT NUMBERS: 13, 14, 16, 19

Numerology is part of ancient cultures based on the teaching of reincarnation. According to this teaching, we humans are spiritual beings who repeatedly incarnate in order to evolve on the scale of spiritual consciousness.

During our long evolutionary path of many incarnations, we have accumulated a wealth of wisdom, and have made many good choices that benefit us in future lifetimes. We have also made mistakes, and have sometimes abused the gifts we have been given. To rectify such errors, we may take on an additional burden in order to learn a particular lesson that we failed to learn in previous lifetimes. In numerology, this burden is called a Karmic Debt.

The numbers that indicate a Karmic Debt are 13, 14, 16, and 19.

They are of great significance when a core numerology number is derived from them. But they are also worth considering when they are derived from the Day of Birth Number, Life Cycles Numbers or Pinnacle Numbers.

When among these important numbers in a numerology chart we come across 1, 4, 5 or 7, we should check whether there is a karmic debt. When 1 is derived from 19, 4 from 13, 5 from 14 or 7 from 16, we are dealing with a karmic debt.

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## ODD AND EVEN NUMBERS

The basic odd numbers are 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. They correspond to the right side of the brain and represent intangible qualities such as creativity, instinct, inspiration and adventure. Odd numbers don't like to conform and sometimes behave contrary to social norms. They want to expand existing forms.

The basic even numbers are 2, 4, 6 and 8. They correspond to the left side of the brain and represent tangible things that we can see and touch. Even numbers like to conform. They detest unexpected situations and stick to existing forms.

Even numbers often have problems with odd numbers because both groups of numbers have their own strengths and weaknesses.

## DATE NUMBERS AND NAME NUMBERS

Date numbers are numerological numbers calculated from our date of birth and other dates.

The most important of date numbers is the Life Path Number - sum total of the date of birth. The Day of Birth Number also has a significant weight, while the Attitude Number, which is a sum of the day and month of birth, has a lesser weight.

Date numbers also include the numbers of time cycles. These are the numbers that affect us at crucial times in our lives (Life Cycles, Pinnacles and Life Challenges) and in the passing years, months and days (Personal and Universal Years, Months and Days numbers).

As for name numbers, they are numerological numbers that are calculated from our first and last name, and from other names, such as the names of companies, cities, countries, etc.

The most important name number is the Expression Number - the numerological summation of the full birth name. Another two key numerological numbers are the Soul Urge Number, which is arrived at by "adding up" all the vowels in a birth name, and the Personality Number (a summation of all the consonants in a birth name).

These important numbers are additionally explained by the secondary name numbers: the First Vowel in Name, the First Letter in Name, the Karmic Lessons Numbers and the Family Number.

Sometimes the numbers of our new names that we acquire in life are also important. Some people even try to correct their numerological vibration by changing their name.

The exception is the Maturity Number, which is a combination of a date number and a name number, as it is obtained by adding the Life Path Number and the Expression Number.

## PERSONAL AND NON-PERSONAL NUMBERS

Personal numbers are numerological numbers calculated from one's name and birthday.

Non-personal numbers are numerological numbers calculated from the names and numbers belonging to inanimate nature.

Examples of non-personal numerological numbers are: company names, names of commercial products, house and telephone numbers, city names, country names and their "birthdays", etc.

## HARMONIOUS AND DISCORDANT NUMBERS

Some numerological numbers with their energies are in harmony with each other, while others are in conflict, causing contradictions and conflicts within us.

Numbers that get on well with each other are said to have a harmonious relationship. Others that do not get along so well are in a discordant or tense relationship.

Conflicting numbers can create dissonance within us until we accept the different vibrations as our own. Our task is to respect all the parts of our personality represented by different numerological numbers and to try to bring our discordant parts into balance and cooperation.

A table of the relationships between numbers 1 to 9 and the master numbers 11 and 22 shows which numbers get along and which ones have difficulty getting along in numerology.