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Numerology Analysis

Numerological analysis of numbers is a skill that is not difficult to learn, but it tells us a surprising amount about ourselves and others.
On this page you will learn about all the elements of numerological analysis. You will then be able to make your own personal analysis or comparative analysis analysis, or new-name analysis.


The numbers in our own numerological analysis give us a better understanding of ourselves. This makes it easy to make the right choices in life, taking into account our real needs.

Let's take a practical example. For instance, if the sum of our birth date (our Life Path Number) is 4 - the number of stability and conservativeness, then we will not undertake projects with unpredictable outcomes. But if our Life Path Number is 5, the number of freedom and flexibility, we will be enthusiastic to take on such projects.

Secondly, the numerological analysis allows us to effectively plan our future. If we know the numbers of our personal numerology cycles, we can prepare ourselves for the opportunities and challenges that await us in coming days, months, years and periods of our lives.

And thirdly, numerological analysis is an excellent guide to personal growth and self-discovery. It helps us to uncover parts of ourselves that we did not know or understood or did not use enough.

Let's first look at the elements that are needed for numerological analysis...


If we want to do a numerological analysis for ourselves or for others, we have to be acquainted with the following seven elements:

1. Date of birth and birth name

We need accurate information about the date of birth and the name. We use the actual date of birth, even if it was entered incorrectly on the birth certificate, and the birth name as written on the birth certificate. Read more about this in the chapter Calculating the name numbers .

2. Reducing multi-digit numbers

We need to know the method of numerological reducing of multi-digit numbers. This is a method of calculation in which individual digits are added together until a single digit number is reached.

Let's take the example of the date 15th of August 1963: 1 + 5 + 8 (August) + 1 + 9 + 6 + 3 = 33 = 3 + 3 = 6.

The exception is when the sum of the date of birth or the birth name is the number 11 or 22. We do not reduce these so-called master numbers.

3. Numerological alphabet

When calculating name numbers, we need to know the "numerological alphabet" - the numerical values of individual letters. The meaning of a name is calculated by adding the values of all its letters. Here, too, the total is reduced to a single digit or master number. You can refer to the chart with the numerological alphabet that we ourselves use.

4. The meanings of numbers in numerology

We need to know the basic numerological meanings of the numbers 1 to 9 and the master numbers 11 and 22. In numerology, the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 22 each have their own special characteristics and interpretation. Read more about this in the chapter Numerological numbers .

5. Calculating numerological numbers

We need to learn how to calculate different numerological numbers from dates and names. How to calculate them is described for each number separately in the chapters on date numbers, name numbers and cycle numbers. Alternatively, we can take help from computer programmes.

6. Ranking of numerological numbers

The different numerological numbers are ranked by their strength or influence. For an introductory numerological analysis, it is enough to consider one or two of the most important numbers. In a detailed numerological analysis, we consider about two dozen numerological numbers, so we need to know which of them are the core numbers and have the greatest weight. Read more on the page on core numbers and other numerological numbers.

7. Compatibility between numerology numbers

In the in-depth analysis, we also take into account the compatibility between different numerological numbers. Read more about this in the chapter on compatibility between numbers.

And now it's time - if you haven't already - to begin with your first numerological analysis! Let's start with personal numerological analysis...


A. Introductory personal analysis:

To begin with, we can analyze just one, two or three numerological numbers, for which we only need the date of birth and which are not difficult to calculate.

First, let's look at the Life Path number - the sum of the date of birth. Then we can add the Day of Birth number, which further explains the Life Path number. And the introductory analysis can be enriched with a forecast for the next year, which is contained in the Personal Year number.

Help yourself with the Template For Introductory Analysis.

B. Basic personal analysis:

Basic numerology analysis includes five numbers that have the greatest power or influence in numerology. They are called Core numerology numbers. In the basic numerological analysis, we can also include the Day of Birth number and the Personal Year number for yearly forecast.

Help yourself with the Template For Basic Analysis.

C. Detailed personal analysis:

In the detailed analysis, we take into account all numerological numbers: five core numbers , eight secondary numbers and nine cycle numbers.

  • First, we analyze the core numbers and check their compatibility.
  • Then we examine the remaining date numbers and name numbers.
  • Finally, we analyze the cycle numbers for a numerological prediction.

For those familiar with astrology, the following comparison will be helpful: Date numbers are like planets in astrological signs (they give a framework), name numbers are like astrological houses (they give a personal touch), compatibilities between core numbers are like astrological aspects, and cycle numbers are like transits.

Help yourself with the Template For Detailed Analysis.

D. Analysis of the New name:

If we acquire a new name in our lives that others call us by and that we ourselves have been using for a long time, it is useful to do a Personal Numerological Analysis of the New Name .

  • First, we analyze three primary and three secondary numbers of our new name.
  • The three main numbers of the new name (the New Self-Expression Number, the New Motivation Number and the Minor Personality Number) are then compared with the numbers of your birth name.
  • Finally, the three main numbers of the new name are compared with each other.

Help yourself with Template for Analysis of New Name


Comparative numerological analysis is done when determining compatibility with a partner, parent, child, employee, employer, and the like.

When doing a comparative numerology analysis between two partners, we first look at the core numerology numbers of each of them. Then we look at how well the numbers of one partner go together with the numbers of the other partner.

A. Introductory comparative analysis:

In the introductory analysis, we only look at the Life Path Numbers of both partners and check whether they are compatible. We can also check the compatibility of their Personal Year Numbers.

Help yourself with the Template for Introductory Comparative Analysis.

B. Detailed comparative analysis:

  • First, we analyze the five core numbers and the Day of Birth number for each partner.
  • Next, we look at the compatibility of both partners' core numbers.
  • If the partners have a new name, we also analyze the three primary numbers of their new names and check their compatibility.
  • Finally, we compare Personal Year numbers of the partners.

Help yourself with the Template for Detailed Comparative Analysis


The final but essential element of numerology analysis is synthesis. We need to extract important elements from an individual's numerological chart and combine them into a meaningful whole. We can then advise others on how they can help themselves in life by knowing their numbers.

The main points to consider in the numerological synthesis:

1. SOME NUMBERS MAY BE CONTRADICTORY. For example, if someone has a Life Path number 4, which means thah this person loves organization and routine, but that doesn't necessarily mean that that same person can't also be flexible and fun. The latter qualities can be found in his other core numbers.

2. THE INTERPRETATIONS OF NUMBERS GIVE THE DESCRIPTIONS OF PURE TYPES. Note that for different numbers descriptions of their pure types are given. It is understandable that none of us expresses these character traits in a pure form.

3. THE ENERGIES OF NUMBERS ARE NOT ALWAYS BALANCED. The energies of different numbers are not always balanced; sometimes they are under-expressed and sometimes over-expressed.

Let's take for example a person with the number 1, who is by nature brave. If the energy of this number is over-expressed, the daring One becomes foolhardily bold. But when the energy of One is not sufficiently developed, a person is cowardly.

To understand how each number manifests either its balanced energy, over-expressed energy or under-expressed energy, see the chapter Basic numbers in numerology .

The cause of unbalanced energies is often in our upbringing. Because of the prejudices of our family, our superiors or our peers, we develop the belief that some part of our character is unacceptable, and we may repress it within ourselves or express it in an unhealthy way.

By acquainting someone with his core numbers this person can be encouraged to awaken his/her dormant energies and to live according to his/her true nature.

4. SEE IF ANY NUMBERS ARE REPEATING. If a particular number appears several times in a numerological analysis, it means that its energy is much stronger in the life of that person.

5. LISTEN TO YOUR INTUITION. When we do numerology analysis for ourselves or for others, we should also rely on our feelings. What does intuition tell us?

Numerology is an exact science, so in principle, intuition is not needed in numerological analysis. But with the help of intuition, the practice of numerology eventually becomes an art that leads us to deeper insights, self-understanding, compassion for others and harmony with the universe.

6. KEEP NOTES. It is useful to write down our insights and intuitive flashes in a notebook. When we review them at the end, it is much easier to make a numerological synthesis.

7. PRACTICE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. At first let's analyze our own numbers. Then we analyze the numbers of our family members, relatives and friends ... people we already know a lot about, and try to recognize them in the numerological values we get. Then let's compare their numbers with ours. The numbers will help us understand why we get along better with some people and not so good with others, why relationships are the way they are, and how we can improve them. Once you have gained enough experience, you can also start doing some serious numerology work.

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