Love Relationships and Secret Numbers

As love cries out to quench our soul,
To fill our heart and make us whole,
Within our names the secret slumbers.
Behold! The answer lies within our numbers!

Love. Ah, love! How profound. How grand. How majestic and magnetic. Arguably, nothing in the history of man has captivated him more than love. It is the elixir that quenches both heart, mind and soul, and yet its secrets remain hidden, or do they?

With the rise of broken marriages, broken homes, unhappy children separated from the loving embrace of both a mother and father, as well as an endless stream of individuals experiencing ephemeral and empty relationships, it is all too apparent that the process of love and the choosing of a life partner need overhauling. There is far too much pain, too many tears, too much heartache and heartbreak to maintain the current direction of generating fulfilling love matches. The method for creating relationships needs to be revolutionized and that revolution is centered, as remarkably as it may seem, in the birth names and birth dates of each of us.

Numbers rule the universe said the famed mathematician and scientist Pythagoras. Because numbers rule the universe, they rule everything in it including love and relationships. The key numbers of each individual’s name and birth date contain the secrets to love for the individual. When those numbers are matched correctly to another person’s numbers, a strong, fulfilling, and enduring relationship can be achieved. Divorces will be fewer, as will broken homes, broken relationships, broken hearts, heartbroken children and broken lives.

For example, let’s say that person ‘A’ has a 5 Lifepath. The Lifepath is determined from the birthdate and can be likened to the script of a person’s life. Now we’ll assume that person ‘B’ has a 4 Lifepath. If these two people attempted to create a relationship, would each of them find fulfillment through the other’s life script and thereby enhance the possibility of them having a meaningful relationship? The answer is probably not. The numbers 4 and 5 are diametrically opposed. The 4 is conventional; the 5 is unconventional. The 4 loves stability; the 5 loves motion. The 4 is practical; the 5 is adventurous. The 4 doesn’t like change; the 5 loves change. See the problem?

Now let’s assume that the 4 and 5 didn’t govern their Lifepaths but their Expressions. The Expression is derived from a person’s name and describes the individual as a whole. With one person being a 4 and the other person being a 5, the chances of them finding harmony together are practically nil. Again, the same problem arises except the Expression is the person while the Lifepath is the script of the person’s life. Thus, the Expression carries greater weight. The 4 versus 5 conflict is thus intensified when it’s in the Expressions [the names] rather than the Lifepaths [the birth dates] of the people involved. This combination would not bode well for a happy couple nor a fulfilling relationship. The 4 would hold the 5 back, smothering his adventurous nature, while the 5’s desire to move, change and experience life would cause the root-loving 4 a great deal of stress.

Although there are many factors in a numerology chart that determine the compatibility of a relationship, this simple example of the 4 versus 5 illustrates that if these two people were to form a committed bond, their Lifepaths and/or Expressions would potentially create tension because of the inherent opposition and confliction between the 4 and 5. It is therefore important that people look beyond the superficial attributes of a potential partner such as wealth, power, possessions, celebrity and looks to the deeper energies comprising their lives and destinies as determined from the numbers in their names and birth dates.

Summary Notes
1. Numbers rule the universe.
2. Our personal numbers are contained within our birth name and birth date.
3. Each of our numbers contains the secrets to love.
4. Loving relationships are created when the key numbers of two individuals match harmoniously.



Source by Richard Andrew King