First, we reduce each unit (month/day/year) of the birth date to a single-digit or a Master number. Next we add each of the resulting digits (or Master numbers) together and reduce the total again to a single-digit.
Example: October 12, 1936.
October is the 10th month. Reduce 10 to a single-digit. 1 + 0 = 1
The day of birth is 12. We reduce 12 to 3 (1 + 2 = 3)
The year of birth is 1936. We reduce 1936 to 1 + 9 + 3 + 6 = 19. 1 + 9 = 10. 1 + 0 = 1. The year 1936 reduces to 1.
We now add the resulting single digits.
month = 1, day = 3, year = 1. Total is 5
The Life Path number is 5.
The Decoz Chart system was developed in 1982, computerized in 1984, and recently updated for the new World Numerology App. It is one of the six free numerology tools included in the app.
The Life Path is shown in the double circle (blue, and showing a 5 life Path) next to the star-shaped form. The center bar of the star (red/yellow diamond/red) shows the date of birth.
Another example: November 22, 1992
November is the 11th month. The 11 is a Master number and is not reduced
The 22nd day is also a Master number: 22
The year 1992 reduces to 21, which reduces to 3
month = 11
day = 22
year = 3
total = 36
We reduce 36 to 9.
The Life Path is 9
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