Get in Touch With Your Secret Personality Traits Through Numerology

Posted on April 03, 2017

Your name is not an accident. You were given that name when you came into this world with parents and people who had high hopes for you. The people who were chosen to care for you and nurture you. Some of you had difficult paths, and when you get deep into your numerology, you′ll perhaps understand the karma or life lessons of those paths.

Your given name is as important as your date of birth when you start to work with your life′s numbers. Numerology reveals your secret personality traits! By looking at your name and how the letters in your name break down into numbers.

We will guide you through the process of changing the letters in your name into numbers. You′ll use these numbers to find your personality traits. Here′s the chart with the example for the name Jennifer Marie Smith to show you how you can calculate your personality traits.

How to Calculate Your Personality Number

To calculate your secret personality traits you have to convert each letter of your full given name into numbers using this chart. Once the letters are converted to numbers, you focus on the frequency of each number in the analysis.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A B C D E F G H I
J K L M N O P Q R
S T U V W X Y Z

Jennifer Marie Smith
1 (3 times) 2 (1 time) 3 (none)
4 (2 times) 5 (5 times) 6 (1 time)
7 (none) 8 (1 time) 9 (4 times)

It′s easy to see that the, because of the frequency that it appears, the number 5 definitely stands out. What letters stand out when you apply this technique to your name? More importantly, what does it all mean?

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Charla Stone

Hi! I’m Charla Stone and I learned astrology and mysticism way back in the 1970s. I've spent the last four decades using the stars, tarot, runes, crystals, totems, and more to bring light and guidance to others. I’m just an old hippie at heart who has traveled the world to learn of its cultures. I’ve been published online and in print—which still rather surprises me, as this isn’t something I do, it’s just who I am! When I’m not writing or doing readings, I’m spending time in my garden or the art studio, or with my beloved dogs. Read More by Charla Stone