More on Numerology
The pyramids indicate turning points in the person’s life. They are derived by forming a pyramid from the person’s month, day, and year.
This indicates obstacles that must be overcome. They are derived from subtracting the month, day and year of birth. The first subtraction indicates two minor challenges that are learned by the time the person reaches maturity. The final subtraction indicates a challenge that could last throughout the person’s life.
A Personal Year is found by adding the person’s day and month of birth to the current year. For instance, someone born on July 12th, 1956 will be a 3 Personal Year in 1991.
7 (month) + 1+2 (day) + 1+9+9+1 (year) = 30, and 3+0=3
A 3 Personal Year is a light-hearted, happy year. We can even take this a step further and find the Personal Month by adding the number of the current month to the person’s Personal Year number. In July, someone in a 3 year will be in a 1 Personal Month as 7 (month) + 3 = 10, and 1+0 = 1. If you want the Personal Day you add the number of the day to the Personal Month. In India, Numerologists even go as far the as the Personal Hour when advising people when to do certain things. For instance, it could be helpful to visit the bank manager in an 8 Personal Hour, as 8 relates to money matters.
POINTS TO THINK ABOUT
Do the four main numbers (Life Path, Expression, Soul Urge and Birthday) harmonise?
Is the chart “stretched”?
Does the “double-core” elements still affect her?
What lessons relate to a past life? (From her Karmic Debt and Karmic Lesson)
What new lesson does Carol have to learn in this lifetime?
Why is the 7 placed above the “Y” in “Yvonne” rather than below?
Will Carol be a dependent or independent sort of person?