Wedding Date Numerology: Why The Date Matters
If you’re planning a wedding, you know how many decisions you have to make. What type of food will you serve? What band will you hire? Who will you invite? What day will the wedding be?
That last question is pretty important. Your wedding date can have a direct effect on the success of your marriage. So, which day is the best day to get married?
Popular Wedding Dates Aren’t Always the Best Choice
There are many significant dates associated with weddings. Some popular dates are those with symmetry, such as June 7, 2007 or December 12, 2012.
While there are certain lucky aspects to these dates, they’re not usually the best choice.
That’s because these dates aren’t specific to you and your fiancé. In order to find the date which suits you two the best, you need to use marriage date numerology and determine your Life Path number.
What’s Your Life Path Number?
Your Life Path Number is a single digit associated with you specifically. The number helps identify your key personality traits. It also helps determine which numbers are good for you, and which ones you want to avoid.
Finding your LPN is easy. All you need to know is your birthday.
Step 1. Separate the numbers in your birthday
We’ll use the example of February 4, 1970. To prepare this birthday, each number is separated. With this example, this leaves us with six numbers total: 2 (for February), 4, 1, 9, 7 and 0.
Step 2. Add the numbers in your birthday
Continuing with our example, now we add 2+4+1+9+7+0. This gives us 23.
Step 3. Refine the number to get your Life Number.
Life numbers are a single digit. After adding up the numbers in your birthday, you’ll most likely get a two digit number. That’s perfectly fine. Now we add the two numbers together, so 2+3. In this case, our Life Number is five.
Step 4. Find Your Partner’s Life Number
Your Life Number can tell you many different things about your natural talents and abilities. However, for our purposes, one Life Number isn’t enough. You’ll also need the Life Number of your spouse—to—be.
Step 5. Determine Your Marriage Number
Simply add the two Life Numbers together. If the number is a single digit number, that’s your Marriage Number. If the total of the two Life Numbers is a two digit number, add those two digits together (like we did earlier) to get a single digit. That’s your Marriage Number.
Interpreting Your Marriage Number
Marriage date numerology can be used in two ways. You can use the same formula to derive a single digit for any day you plan on getting married, and then see how compatible that number is with your marriage number. Your marriage number will also be compatible with various calendar days for each month. This requires a slightly more advanced understanding of numerology, but it’s certainly possible with a little bit of online research.
Before you get married, take the time to research your Personal Life Number and your Wedding Number. Then, you’ll want to pick a day which is compatible with your Wedding Number. Not only will your wedding go smoother, your entire married life will be more in tune with the universe.