# How Many Lives Have I Lived Numerology

While the arithmetic may appear difficult at first, it is actually quite simple. The idea is to add the numbers from your whole birth date (month, day, year) until you receive a single number, which is your Life Path Number.

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To begin, look at the numbers in the month of your birth. You'll use the number two if you were born in February, the second month of the year. Three is March, four is April, and so on. Simply add the two digits together if your birth month has two digits. For the month of December, this equals 1 + 2 = 3.

Then you can move on to the year. If you were born in the year 1992, add the numerals 1+9+9+2 together to make 21, then subtract 2+1 to get the single digit of 3. Then put all of the numbers in your birth date together until you get a single number.

If you were born on February 17, 1992, your birthday is 2+1+7+1+9+9+2 = 31. To get 4, add 3+1. Your Life Path Number is 4, and it tells you how many lives you've lived before. The answer will most likely be 1 through 9, but if it's 11, 22, or 33, you can stop adding.

## How do you determine how many lives you have?

Essentially, take the numerical value of your date of birth, put all of the digits together per category (year, month, day), and keep adding each of the numbers together until you reach a single digit.

Consider the following scenario: Let's say you were born on July 3, 1995, or 7/3/1995. To begin, combine the year's digits together to reduce it to a single digit. 2+4 = 6, and 1+9+9+9+5 = 24. Because both the month and the day are already single digits in this example, we can now sum the two values: Six (for the year) plus three (for the day) plus seven (for the month) equals sixteen. Finally, as needed, add those digits together until you have a single digit: 1 + 6 Equals 7

Another example, this time with the date of birth of December 26, 1989. It's December 26th, 1989, thus 1+9+8+9 Equals 27, and 2+7 = 9. The month, 12, is reduced to 3 (1+2) and the day, 26, is reduced to 8 (2+6). As a result, 9+8+3 = 20. Finally, because 2+0 = 2, this individual's life-path number is 2.

So far, everything has been rather straightforward, but there is one complication: If one of your groups totals 11 or 22 during the calculating process, do not decrease those numbers to a single digit until the final reduction. That's because, according to numerology, 11 and 22 are “master numbers” with their own unique meanings. If you were born in November, for example, you were given a master number. The following is how someone born on November 2, 1960 would determine their number: 1+9+6+0 = 16, which can be simplified to 7 (1+6). As a result, 7+2+11 = 20 (which does not diminish!) and 2+0 = 2.

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## How many lives can a human have?

After it, the human body is incapable of self-repair. According to a new study, humans may be able to live for 120 to 150 years, but no longer than this “absolute limit” on human life span.

## What does a 3 life path mean?

Life Path Number 3 is related with creativity, imagination, and communication abilities in numerology. You have the gift of charisma if you were born with a 3 Life Path. You also have a proclivity for optimism, even in the most catastrophic of circumstances.

## What is life path number 7?

If you calculate your life path number and find out you're a 7, it means you tackle life's riddles analytically and investigatively. Life path 7s are constantly inquisitive and curious about the world around them. They're not happy with surface-level explanations, so they're always delving deeper and looking for significance. It also suggests a profoundly spiritual life path, as number 7s must learn to blend their logical reasoning with their powerful sense of mystic intuition.

## What is your soul number?

Your soul number, also known as your soul drive number, plays a significant role in your numerology. The soul number symbolizes the center of your soul, and the name given to you at birth has a big influence on your numerology.

The soul number, unlike your personality number, is a direct representation of your name. Because it's an insight into your mind's subconscious, you may welcome and harness this energy by appreciating its significance.

The soul number is a reflection of your innermost thoughts, behaviors, and reactions. This reveals what you genuinely seek and appreciate the most in life. It is a reflection of your inner spirit and cannot be changed under any circumstances.

## How do you know what number you are in numerology?

Simply take your birthdate and convert it to a numerical value to obtain your Life Path number. If you were born on July 5, 1989, for example, you'd start by separating the values of the day, month, and year: July is the seventh month, hence its number is seven. Obviously, you were born on the fifth day of the fifth month.

## How many souls do we have?

Soul dualism (also known as “many souls” or “dualistic pluralism”) is a prevalent Shamanic belief that is important to the universal concept of “soul flight” (also called “soul journey”, “out-of-body experience”, “ecstasy”, or “astral projection”). It is the notion that humans have two or more souls, which are referred to as the “body soul” (or “life soul”) and the “free soul” respectively. When awake, the former is connected to physiological functions and awareness, but the latter can wander freely during sleep or trance states. There are a variety of soul types with various purposes in some circumstances.

Traditional animistic beliefs of Austronesian peoples, Chinese people (hn and p), Tibetan people, most African peoples, most Native North Americans, ancient South Asian peoples, Northern Eurasian peoples, and Ancient Egyptians include soul dualism and multiple souls (the ka and ba).

Most Austronesian shamanistic traditions hold to the concept of soul dualism. *nawa is the reconstructed Proto-Austronesian word for “body soul” (“breath”, “life”, or “vital spirit”). It's in the abdominal cavity, most commonly in the liver or heart (Proto-Austronesian *qaCay). The “free soul” resides in the brain. Its names are derived from Proto-Austronesian *qaNiCu (“ghost,” “spirit”), which also refers to other non-human nature spirits. From Proto-Austronesian *duSa, the “free spirit” is also known by names that literally mean “twin” or “double” (“two”). A virtuous person is considered to have souls that are in harmony with one another, whereas an evil person has souls that are at odds.

During sleep, trance-like states, delirium, insanity, and death, the “free soul” is thought to depart the body and travel to the spirit realm. The dualism can also be found in the healing practices of Austronesian shamans, where illnesses are viewed as “soul losses,” and to heal the sick, one must “return” the “free soul” (which may have been taken by an evil spirit or become lost in the spirit realm) into the body. The afflicted individual dies or becomes permanently mad if the “free soul” cannot be returned.

There may be more than two souls in some ethnic groupings. As is the case with the Tagbanwa people, who believe that a person has six souls: a “free soul” (which is considered as the “real” soul) and five subsidiary souls with various roles.

Several Inuit tribes believe that a person can have multiple soul types. One is linked to breathing, while the other can appear as a shadow around the body. It has been linked to shamanistic beliefs among several Inuit populations in some circumstances. Caribou Inuit communities also believed in a variety of souls.

The shaman cures in the spiritual realm by reuniting ‘lost' portions of the human soul with their rightful owners. Excessive bad energies that confuse or corrupt the soul are also cleansed by the shaman.