Love & Learn Numerology
- Numerology Workbook & Audio Course
- Introduction to Numerology
- The Life Path
- The Birth Day
- The Challenges
- Period Cycles
- The Expression
- The Minor Expression
- The Heart's Desire
- The Minor Heart's Desire
- Outer Personality and Minor Personality
- The Bridge numbers
- The Hidden Passion and Karmic Lessons
- The Subconscious Self number
- The Balance number
- First Vowel, Cornerstone, and Capstone
- Planes of Expression
- The Maturity number
- The Rational Thought number
- Personal Years, Months, and Days
- Transit and Essence cycles
- Pinnacle cycles
- The Hierarchy of Numerology chart
- A little practice
- Odds and Ends in numerology
A Course in Numerology - Part 4
Birth Day Numbers
The Birth Day number is the day of birth reduced to a single digit. In the case of Tom Cruise, no calculations are needed, because his day of birth is already a single digit.
The Color Chart shows the day of birth in the center of the star-shaped configuration. In this case, the 3.
Numerology views the day you were born with great significance.
The day of birth indicates some special talent you possess. It is a gift to you that will help you along your life’s path. Your day of birth is one of your five core cumbers, but perhaps the most finite in that it reveals a specific ability that you possess in a marked degree.
Your Birth Day number is the number of the day you were born, and its examined as both a single-and a double-digit number. The reason for this twofold way of looking at the number is that a double-digit Birth Day number suggests that you possess additional characteristics not directly revealed by the single-digit number. For example, a person born on day 15 can be said to have a 6 Birth Day number, but the double digits, the 1 and the 5, suggest other abilities and character traits not revealedby the 6 alone. The 15 brings very different underlying talents to the 6 than does the 24, which is derived from the 2 and the 4, also a 6, but is quite different in nature. This is particularly important when understanding the Birth Day number, and for thatreason all thirty-one Birth Days are described separately below.
The symbol for a Birth Day number is a diamond with the number inside.