Understanding Personal Numerology How to Calculate Your Birth Number
Hello. I’m Carmen Lynne with Expert Village. And, we’re talking today about numerology. And, today, I’m going to demonstrate to you how to calculate your birth number. So, my friend, Lou, popped in and offered to be the subject for this demonstration. Hi, everybody. Thank you, Lou. Thank you, Carmen. How are you? Good. Good. So, Lou is going to tell us what his birthday is and from that I’m going to demonstrate to you how to calculate his birth number. So, Lou, what is your birthday? February 28, 1954. Okay. So, I’m going to show you how to do this. Okay. So, we have February 28, 1954. So, February is 2, the second month. We have 28. And we have 1954. So, how numerology works is you keep adding.
Together. So, 2, that’s just one digit. 28 is 2 plus 8. 1954 is 1 plus 9 plus 5 plus 4. What do these equal? 2 is 2. 2 plus 8 equals 10. 1 plus 9 plus 5 plus 4. What does that equal? 1 plus 9 is 10 plus 5 is 15 plus 4 is 19. 19. And, then we keep adding again. We’ve got 2. We’ve got 10. And, we’ve got 19. 2 is 2. 10, 1 plus 0, 1. Okay. 1 plus 9. What’s one plus nine? 10. Good. Thank you, Lou. You’re good at math. And then, okay, we keep adding for the final time. We’ve got 2. We’ve got 1. 1 plus 0, what is that? One. Excellent. So, now we have our final three numbers. 2 plus 1 plus 1. And, that equals? Three. Four. Excuse me. I know that was a deliberate mistake. Okay. So, 4. We have discovered.
Lou’s life number, his birth date number. And, that is 4.
Understanding Personal Numerology How to Calculate Your Name Number
Hi. I’m Carmen Lynne with Expert Village. And, we’re are discussing numerology. We’re back again with Lou. Okay. So, Lou, we’re going to calculate your name number. And, what is the name that you usually use? My friends call me Lou, but I usually go by Louis. So, is Lou more the name that you usually use? Yeah. Okay. That’s great. So, Lou Nathan. So, Lou, I’m going to write down your name here. LOU NATHAN. Fabulous. So, the reason I’ve written it like that to allow it with spaces is because each letter has a number associated with it. Interesting. Okay. I’m going to show you the chart in a moment where you can calculate your own name, watchers and listeners. So, L is 3. O is 6.
U is 3. N is 5. I just happen to know all of these because I’ve been doing this for so many years. I’ve memorized them all. H is 8. A is 1. N is 5. Great. So, what we then do, is we add them together like you saw in my last demonstration. 3 plus 6 plus 3. Twelve. That’s going to give us 12. Excellent. And, we do add the first and last names together separately because than that gives you an idea of if you were to just use your first name what kind of a number that would give you or if you were to use your whole name. Okay. So, Nathan, that’s 5 plus 1, 6 plus 2, 8 plus another 8, 16 plus 1, 17 plus 5 is, 17 plus 5? Twentyone. Actually, that’s 17 plus 5 is 22. You’ve got to be good at.
Math to be a numerologist too. That’s right, isn’t it? 17 plus 5. I want to check this to make sure I don’t get it wrong. Yeah. Okay, good. So, now, we’re going to reduce again. 1 plus 2 is 3. 2 plus 2 is 4. 3 plus 4, and, by the way, this is also, 22 is what they call a master number. And, those have special qualities to them. It’s a good thing by the way. Thank God, we got a good thing, Carmen. Yeah. Thank you. Definitely. I knew I’d like this part. 3 plus 4 that equals 7. Okay. 7 is the best number to have. It’s my number. Hooray. I shouldn’t say that because every number is good. Okay. But, anyway, you know every number, of course, has its own special qualities and we will be finding out about.
That. But, now you know that your name number is 7. Okay. Good. Thank you.