# Numerology|Life Path Number

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How to work out your Life Path Number and what it means 7
What is Numerology?
Numerology is an ancient system of numbers that has been used for over five thousand years.
Numerology can be a helpful tool in helping to understand our true inner selves, our flaws and attributes, our traits and characteristics, and knowing these things can help us to make more informed and knowledgeable choices in our lives.

What is your Life Path Number?
Your Life Path Number is considered to be the most important number in your Numerology chart, and this number is derived from your birthday.

Your birthday provides a blueprint for your life, an outline for your potential in life, and it is then up to you to live your life as you please, putting in as much effort or as little as you please, and making your own decisions.

How to work out your Life Path Number
Your Life Path number is taken from the sum of the day, the month, and the year of your birth, but after reducing them to single figures.

Lets start with an example, say Noel wants to find out his Life Path Number, and his birthday is 25th December 1977. We would write it down as day, month and year, like so:
25 / 12 / 1977
Day / Month / Year

We want to reduce these figures to single digits by adding them together, so start with the day, which is the 25th, then the month which is the 12th, and the year, 1977.

25 turns to 2 + 5 = 7

12 turns to 1 + 2 = 3

1977 turns to 1 + 9 + 7 + 7 = 24

The 24 then turns into 2 + 4 = 6

So you end up with:

7 / 3 / 6

We then want to add our three digits again until we reach a single number, like so:

7 + 3 + 6 = 16

1 + 6 = 7

So Noels Life Path Number for his birthday on 25th December 1977 is 7.

Life Path 7

If you have a Life Path number 7 you are spiritual and mysterious, and seek the answers to life. You have an interest for the unknown and seek the truth.

You are an analytic thinker and possess a great mind, you are able to fully concentrate and have great theoretical insight. You find research greatly rewarding, and take great delight in fixing together pieces of a puzzle and solving problems.