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How To Create Your Lucky Numbers

So now you know what your four most important numbers are (Life Path, Expression, Heart’s Desire and Birth Day), and you know how to identify the fortunate influences of the months, days and years. This information gives you a great advantage in life, since you can now calculate the

best times to use your lucky Core Numbers.

A potential problem exists, however, when you want to use a lucky number that is longer than your Core Numbers combined. In George’s case, the longest number he can create using his Core Numbers is 3686. This is fine if George only wants to play the Pick 4 lottery, but it doesn’t do him any good for the bigger games.

The answer lies in our earlier discussion concerning the Life Path number. To create a six-digit number, or longer, all you need to do is create a larger number which when reduced to a single digit, corresponds to one of your four Core Numbers.

In George’s example, he knows that his four Core Numbers are, in order of importance, 3, 6, 8 and 6. If he wants a six-digit number to play in an upcoming lottery, he’ll want to buy a lottery ticket with a number that reduces to one of his four Core Numbers. Let’s start by creating some six-digit numbers based on his Life Path number, 3.

At first glance, it would appear that Three is a bit harder than some of his other numbers, since he’ll need to start with a two-digit number that reduces to three, and there are only 2: 12 (1 + 2) and 21 (2 + 1). Since 21 is the easier to work with, we’ll use that.

Start by stringing together a series of single-digit numbers until you reach 21, like so:

**1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 = 21**

That’s a perfectly good set of numbers to work with, since you can come up with a number of variations by simply changing the original order around:

**123456, 234561, 345612, 456123, 561234, 612345**

By modifying the original order a bit, you can come up with a new series of numbers:

**132465, 324651, 246513, 465132, 651324, 513246**

As you can see, there are many numbers which reduce down to George’s Life Path number, so depending on the situation, it’s very likely that he’ll be able to find one that’s suitable for his purposes. He can arrange the numerological influences even better by planning to buy his ticket on the numerologically correct day as well.

You’ve probably already realized that the variations on your Core Numbers can be used in situations where you need a series of two-digit numbers, such as the Lotto. As we’ve already learned, George would appear to be at a disadvantage since his Life Path number only gives him two numbers (12 and 21), but he can certainly make use of his other three Core Numbers. His Expression number of 6 gives him 15, 24, 33, 42 and 51, and his Heart’s Desire number gives him 17, 26, 35, 44, 53, 62 and 71. As mentioned before, these numbers will work best when used with

the proper timing.