Finding your Lucky Numbers through Numerology

lucky numbersNumerology is often defined as systems that can predict the future and deepen the understandings of a person’s traits.

In numerology, numbers are used as much more than simple tools, but instead they are viewed as a precise science.

In fact, there are four core numbers associated with every individual that are often considered to be the lucky numbers in that person’s life.

Understanding what numbers are associated with you will help you determine many things about your life.

Most likely, those numbers will become very representative of your life path and the obstacles or big events to occur in your lifetime.

Although they probably won’t help you win the lottery, your lucky numbers are often used to predict important dates, times and years in your life.

Being able to calculate the numbers that are known as your lucky numbers will help you have a more in depth understanding of your life.

Your lucky numbers may be representative of the day you meet your significant other, the day you get an important employment opportunity or even the day that your first child is born. Regardless of the meaning of your lucky numbers, it’s always a good thing to know what they are.

The first of the four lucky numbers is your life path number. This number will most likely become the most important number in all of your numerology readings.

It determines not only your overall traits and personality, but it also allows you to understand the paths you will take in life. With this number you can have a better understanding of your life in general.

The life path number is calculated using you full date of birth. In order to calculate it you will need to add the year you were born, the month you were born and the day you were born all together. You will need to reduce the numbers to a single digit number in order to know your life path number.

The second lucky number in your life is the expression number. The expression number is often representative of your talents and skills that you have in your core. For those who believe in reincarnation, this number is also representative of the baggage that you have brought into this lifetime from previous lives. This number is calculated with the numbers that represent each letter in your full name and then reduced to a single digit.

The third lucky number in your life is your motivation number.

In numerology, the motivation number is what lies deep within your soul. This number is often what drives you in life and it is often associated with goals, dreams and ambitions.

Calculating this number is as simple as adding the numbered value of the vowels in your name and then reducing the number to a single digit number.

The final lucky number in your life is your birthday number.

This is not as precise as the other 3 numbers, but it often represents a hidden skill or talent that you personally have. The birthday number is simply the day you were born. If you were born on a double digit day, you will have to reduce it to a single digit.

How Changing your Name Affects your Numerology Readings

nameOne of the wisest things any man can today is to request a numerology reading to figure out personality traits and future occurrences.

However, what most people are not aware of is the fact that numerology has been around since the 6th century BC when Pythagoras first found the patterns in everyday numbers.

Today, many people believe that changing their names can have major impacts on their numerology readings and thus influence their futures significantly.

Changing your name for numerology purposes that are solely based around changing your future and your personality traits is something that is open for debate.

Many people are against doing this because they believe that you are born with personality traits that cannot be modified by simply altering your birth name.  Some numerologists do believe that changing your name will not necessarily alter your personality.

The expression and destiny numbers are directly related to your name and the results from numerology readings will affect your life paths.

When you get your numerology readings performed according to your name, you will be given specific years that major changes and obstacles could occur. Obviously, if it were as simple as changing your name to avoid major life changes, everyone would do it.

Although changing your name simply for numerology purposes is not recommended, many of us will go by different names or alter egos during our lifetimes. These different names can definitely have an impact on your numerology readings and they don’t necessarily need to be legal names in order to make them fit into your numerology readings.

Some of the names that can affect your numerology chart include nicknames that you may go by, pen names that you may use as a writer, married names that you get after getting married and even names that you may use when you don’t want to use your real name. These names can all be accounted for when having your destiny or expression numerology readings read.

Using all of your alternative names can allow you to understand why you react the way that you do in certain circumstances. Most people will behave differently according to the people they are with and depending on where they are. If you use a nickname when you’re with your friends, you will probably act differently than when you use your real name with your business partners.

Defining the numerology readings for all of your used names and nicknames will allow you to have a much more profound understanding of the ways that you react in specific situations. Being able to figure out different emotions, personalities and traits that you have according to the different names that you use can come in handy.

However, since all numbers in numerology have a balance of both positive and negative effects; changing your name doesn’t necessarily mean that you will experience only the positive sides of the new traits. You could very easily change your name for a new numerology chart and end up inheriting the negative effects of your new numbers.


The Origin Of The Swastika Symbol

swastika2By: Omar Cherif / Source: Conscious Life News

The swastika is an extremely powerful symbol. The Nazis used it to murder millions of people, but for centuries it had positive meanings.

This a brief history about that often-misunderstood symbol.

The swastika is an ancient symbol that has been used for over several thousand years – possibly even predateing the ancient Egyptian symbol, the Ankh. Artifacts such as pottery and coins from ancient Troy show that the swastika was a commonly used symbol as far back as 1000 BCE.
During the following thousand years, the image of the swastika was used by many cultures around the world, including in China, Japan, India, and southern Europe. By the Middle Ages, it was a well known, if not commonly used, symbol but was called by many different names:

China – wan
England – fylfot
Germany – Hakenkreuz
Greece – tetraskelion and gammadion
India – swastika

Though it is not known for exactly how long, Native Americans also have long used the symbol of the swastika.
The word “swastika” comes from the Sanskrit svastika – “su” meaning “good,” “asti” meaning “to be,” and “ka” as a suffix.

Until the Nazis used this symbol, the swastika was used by many cultures throughout the past 3,000 years to represent life, sun, power, strength, and good luck.

Even in the early twentieth century, the swastika was still a symbol with positive connotations. For instance, it was a common decoration that often adorned cigarette cases, postcards, coins, and buildings. During World War I, the swastika could even be found on the shoulder patches of the American 45th Division and on the Finnish air force until after World War II.

Then in the 1800s, countries around Germany were growing much larger, forming empires; yet Germany was not a unified country until 1871. So to counter the feeling of vulnerability and the stigma of youth, German nationalists in the mid-nineteenth century began to use the swastika, because it had ancient Aryan/Indian origins, to represent a long Germanic/Aryan history.

By the end of the nineteenth century, the swastika could be found on nationalist German volkisch periodicals and was the official emblem of the German Gymnasts’ League. And by the beginning of the twentieth century, it became a common symbol of German nationalism and could be found in a multitude of places such as the emblem for the Wandervogel, a German youth movement; on Joerg Lanz von Liebenfels’ antisemitic periodical Ostara; on various Freikorps units; and as an emblem of the Thule Society.

In 1920, Adolf Hitler decided that the Nazi Party needed its own insignia and flag. For wily Hitler, the new flag had to be “a symbol of our own struggle” as well as “highly effective as a poster.” (Mein Kampf, pg. 495)

And on August 7, 1920, at the Salzburg Congress, the red flag with a white circle and black swastika became the official emblem of the Nazi Party.

In Mein Kampf, Hitler described the Nazis’ new flag: “In red we see the social idea of the movement, in white the nationalistic idea, in the swastika the mission of the struggle for the victory of the Aryan man, and, by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work, which as such always has been and always will be anti-Semitic.” (pg. 496-497)

Because of the Nazis’ flag, the swastika later became a symbol of hate, antisemitism, violence, death, and murder, after 3000 of being a symbol of life and good luck.

These conflicting meanings are causing problems in today’s societies. For Buddhists and Hindus, the swastika is a very religious symbol that is commonly used.

Unfortunately, the Nazis were so effective at their use of the emblem, that many do not even know any other meaning for the swastika. Can there be two completely opposite meanings for one symbol?

In ancient times, the direction of the swastika was interchangeable as can be seen on an ancient Chinese silk drawing. Some cultures in the past had differentiated between the clockwise swastika and the counter-clockwise sauvastika. In these cultures the swastika symbolized health and life while the sauvastika took on a mystical meaning of bad-luck or misfortune.

That’s why some people today are trying to differentiate the two meaning of the emblem by varying its direction; clockwise like the Nazis meaning hate and death, while the counter-clockwise version would hold the ancient meaning of life and good luck.

Should You Use Numerology To Find Your SoulMate?

1365179512_498978949_1-Pictures-of--Romantic-Relationship-Reading-Numerology-AstrologyNumerology can be applied in numerous different aspects of our daily lives in order to make predictions, determine personal traits and for much more. When Pythagoras first found the patterns in numbers and founded the first numerology system thousands of years ago, he probably had the faintest idea that thousands of years later people would still be using the same exact system.

Today we still use the same numerology system and the differences from back then and modern systems are minor. However, throughout the ages we have been able to better the numerology system in order to adapt it to our modern needs. With relationships being a big part of most of our lives, it becomes extremely useful to be able to use numerology in order to determine whether a couple has a real shot at lasting on a long term basis.

Although you shouldn’t base your love for someone solely on the results that you get from numerology readings, they can often provide you with precise results on whether or not you are compatible with another person. Numerology is capable of telling you whether another person’s traits are compatible with your specific traits and whether a long term commitment can end up being a good thing.

With the divorce rate being so high these days, it becomes extremely useful to use numerology before jumping into a serious relationship. Although you may have love for a person, you may not be fully compatible and by being with that person you may be preventing yourself from finding true happiness. Numerology can be used to determine whether or not two people are truly compatible or not.

You shouldn’t compare another person’s numbers with your numbers from the moment that you meet them simply to see if your numerology compatibility is strong. However, you can use it to see where the weak links would be in a couple with that other person. Rather than avoiding people that are less compatible with you, you can use numerology to your advantage.

Using numerology will allow you to determine why you and another person are less compatible and changes can be made in order to avoid being less compatible. If the person you love is not compatible with you in numerology readings, you can use those readings to figure out why that person isn’t compatible with you.

Once you have figured out why a person is not compatible with you, you will be able to try and improve on the sections where you need to improve. For example, if you are a dating a person who has high anxiety traits in numerology and you have more outgoing traits, you can try and become calmer and more balanced in order to reduce your significant other’s stress levels.

The key to a successful relationship is not whether or not your numerology readings are compatible, but instead whether or not you are both will to make compromises in order to make the relationship a successful everlasting one.

When you find true love, you will know for sure and you won’t need numerology to back up the facts.