What About Those Double Digits?

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One of the basic rules of Numerology is to reduce until we arrive to a single (or Cardinal) digit but this begs the question, ‘what about the double digits?’ ‘Do they mean anything?’ When forming a Numerological Chart, many Numerologists will include the double digit as well as the single digit (i.e 21/3 or 35/8) because while it’s not the final answer we’re looking for, we can’t exactly ignore it as it influences our Cardinal digit.

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Your Personality Number

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The Personality Number is one of the five core numbers that make up a Numerological Chart¬†which include; Life Path number, Destiny/Expression number, Soul Urge/Heart’s number, Personality number and Day number. This number gives us insights to the characteristics of the person as well as how other people perceive this person.

For the Personality Number, we only consider the consonants in your given first, middle, and last name.

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Soul Urge/Heart’s Desire Number

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The Soul Urge (or Heart’s Desire) number is one of the five core number’s in a Numerology report which include; Life Path number, Destiny/Expression number, Soul Urge/Heart’s number, Personality number and Day number.¬†This number shows you the inner you, your true motivation, your inner cravings and urges, likes and dislikes.

For the Soul Urge number we only consider the vowels A, E, I, O, U (and sometimes Y) in your given first, middle and last name.

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Destiny (Name) Numbers

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In Numerology, a Name Number is most commonly referred to as a Destiny Number and is the result of the sum of numbers from the name you use. In my What’s In A Name post, I explained exactly how to arrive at this number. If you haven’t done so, please check that out now! In order to find your Destiny Number you will have to calculate the sum of the numbers represented by each letter in your name. This method works by using the name you are most comfortable with and doesn’t matter if it’s just a first name, first and middle name or your first and last name. Play around with all the possible outcomes and see which one fits you best!

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