Destiny Numbers One-Four: What Do They Reveal?

Updated on April 16, 2020
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Margaret has years of experience in numerology and astrology and loves exploring anything associated with the paranormal field.

The second of the five core numbers in numerology is the destiny number, which is also called the expression number. This number indicates the life cycle we are in, our life purpose and what we should strive to achieve. It can also reveal what activities could be more beneficial and satisfying for us, which encourages us to pursue them. Think of your destiny number as a personal password—once unlocked, your chances to succeed in life are multiplied. There are nine destiny numbers in numerology, along with three master ones. This article examines the first four.

Your destiny number is like a personal password which, once unlocked, can provide you with valuable information that can lead you to success.
Your destiny number is like a personal password which, once unlocked, can provide you with valuable information that can lead you to success. | Source

According to numerology, a person's first name shows the lessons they will learn in life. A person's middle name reveals their hidden talents or abilities whereas their last name presents the traits they have inherited from their family.

What Is My Destiny Number?

Your destiny number is based on the numbers that correspond to the letters in your full name. In order to find yours, you need to add together your name's letters. It's a simple process that consists of five easy steps.

  1. Write out the alphabet from A to Z.
  2. Assign each letter a digit from 1 to 9. For example, A is 1, B is 2, etc. Once you reach I (which is 9), start back at 1. If you find it too complicated, please see the key included below that pairs each number with its letters of the alphabet.
  3. Write out your official full name (if you have a middle name, make sure you include it as well).
  4. Next, match each letter of your name to its corresponding number.
  5. Finally, add together all numbers and reduce them until you have a single digit. That's it, you just found your destiny number!

Which Numbers Correspond With Each Letter?

1- A, J, S

2- B, K, T

3- C, L, U

4- D, M, V

5- E, N, W

6- F, O, X

7- G, P, Y

8- H, Q, Z

9- I, R

Number One

Your mission in life is to develop your leadership skills. You need to learn to be brave, independent and take control of the things surrounding you. At one point or another, you will be presented with chances that will help you grow more confident. Also, don't hesitate to take risks. Even if things don't go as planned, you will have learned a valuable lesson and you'll be much better next time. Make sure you're surrounded by people that give you the freedom to make your own decisions, based on your own creative ideas. Once you become self-reliant and develop perseverance, there's no stopping you.

Number Two

If your destiny number is two, your mission in life is to create balanced and harmonious relationships. You should aim to develop your communication and diplomatic skills while seeking cooperation. You're a natural peacemaker and know how to bring people together. A career that revolves around conflict resolution is more likely to bring you satisfaction. Moreover, you're a team player, which means that you'll feel more confident when working with others. Actually, sociability and relationships in general will play a significant role in your life. Subtle persuasion and adaptability are your strongest qualities. Use them wisely.


Number Three

If you found out your destiny number is three, then your mission in life is to be creative, inspire and uplift people. That means you should develop your creative skills and make sure you have a creative outlet. You are an optimistic, enthusiastic person-qualities you'll have to put in use in order to spread joy to the people surrounding you. You'll gain more satisfaction in jobs or activities that allow you to be creative, express your feelings and encourage or motivate people. Don't let your emotional ups and downs discourage you; instead, embrace your talents and ideas. They can lead you to enormous success.

Number Four

If you have a destiny number four, your mission in life is to create something of value that stands the test of time. That means that you should develop your building, organization and management skills. You're a really hard-working person, loyal and value rules and tradition. You like order, security and could easily lead a company or build your own enterprise. Should you learn to think outside of the box, you'll be able to realize all of your dreams.

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Margaret Pan


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    • Margaret Pan profile imageAUTHOR

      Margaret Pan 

      3 months ago from Athens

      Thank you as always for your supportive comments Mitara, they mean a lot!

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      Mitara N 

      3 months ago from South Africa

      I love the way you break it down, so easy, I find myself always so engrossed like a little child with a new toy....every time.

      Our meaning is linked to so many more things in the astrological world.

      Always look forward to reading your articles, such a pleasure.

    • Margaret Pan profile imageAUTHOR

      Margaret Pan 

      3 months ago from Athens

      Thank you, Kyler, I really appreciate your words!

    • Kyler J Falk profile image

      Kyler J Falk 

      3 months ago from Corona, CA

      Though I don't have much interest in numerology, the interest you take in it is quite inspiring. Many people don't stick to the same topic, opting for something more trendy and pithy, but you use practical language and approaches to numerology. It is refreshing, and even continues to inspire my reading about numerology despite my disinterest.

      Keep it up!


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