The Number Two in Numerology: The Diplomat

Updated on April 2, 2020
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Margaret has years of experience in numerology and astrology and loves exploring anything associated with the paranormal field.

Numerology can be a helping hand for those who want to further discover themselves and the world around them. It can offer valuable solutions to a person's problems, help them understand and grow relationships, define their opportunities and so much more. The first thing you need to know when exploring numerology is your life path number, which shows your inner self and your personality traits. This article explores the number two, the second of the nine life path numbers in numerology.

This number loves harmony and balance more than anything.
This number loves harmony and balance more than anything. | Source

In order to calculate your life path number, simply add together the day, month and year of your birth, until you get a single digit. For example, if you were born on 1st of February, 1970, you add 1+2+1+9+7+0 = 20 = 2+0= 2. Your life path number is 2.

What Does a Life Path Number Two Mean?

The number two is a number of cooperation and teamwork. People with this life path number love to belong to a team or an organization, are excellent partners (whether romantic or business) and know better than anyone how to behave and what to say in order to keep everyone united in order to achieve amazing results. Unlike the number one (who wants to be a leader and always stand out), this number strives for justice and equality. Contrary to the aggressiveness and fury of the number one, number two prefers to wait, sit things out and move forward slowly, step by step. Individuals with this life path number are mediators and know all the right ways to convince people to solve their differences. On the opposite side of the coin, their obsession to avoid any tension and conflict often leads them to bottle up their feelings and keep things to themselves, leaving important matters unresolved.

Keywords
Zodiac Sign
Color
Tarot Card
Precious Stone
Strengths
Weaknesses
Sensitivity, Compromise, Harmony, Balance, Cooperation
Libra
Orange
The High Priestess
Moonstone
Patient, Diplomat, Cooperative, Polite, Strives for harmony and balance
Dependant, Indecisive, Procrastinator, Needy, Bottles up feelings
Fun Facts About the Number 2 in Numerology

Relationships With the Number Two

People whose life path number is two usually build great, healthy relationships. They are very loving, loyal and affectionate and make sure they show their partners their love everyday with small gestures, often spoiling them with gifts. They are rarely ones to forget an anniversary. Moreover, they are charming, cultivated and sometimes shy. People with this life path number are in love with romance and the idea of love itself. However, they need their partners to be as affectionate as they are, often coming across as needy and dependent to people who don't express their feelings as openly. They are also quite sensitive to criticism, not because they want to be the best (like people with a life path number one), but because they want to please everyone.

People with a life path number 2 are in love with romance and the idea of love itself.
People with a life path number 2 are in love with romance and the idea of love itself. | Source

What Do Number Twos Find Attractive?

Due to their need for harmony and balance, people with a life path number two are attracted to people who are calm and stay away from conflict. They like team players—people who are patient and have the ability to resolve differences and conflict. As mentioned above, these are very romantic and affectionate people, which means that when it comes to affections and feelings, they need someone as sentimental and expressive as them. It would be difficult for them to build a relationship with an introverted, non-demonstrative person.

Lessons People With a Life Path Number Two Should Learn

People with different life path numbers have different challenges and different lessons they need to learn. A huge lesson that individuals with a life path number two should come to learn throughout their lives is not to be too unselfish and generous—otherwise, they may end up sacrificing their personal needs, views and opinions just for the sake of avoiding conflict. Furthermore, they have the tendency to wait for the perfect moment to come in order to act; they don't realize, however, that this can result in them losing important chances. What is more, they should learn to be more independent and not measure their value according to how other people treat them and what they think of them.

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Keep in mind that your numerology profile is affected by numerous factors (the main being the five basic numbers), which means that you might have some traits from other numbers too. Should you wish to further explore numerology and have any questions about your life path number, feel free to ask! And remember: the purpose of numerology isn't to predict your future, rather, it is to provide you with the right tools to discover yourself, your potential, your purpose and your destiny.

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.

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      • Margaret Pan profile imageAUTHOR

        Margaret Pan 

        2 months ago from Athens

        Thank you Kyler! Should you ever decide to explore numerology, I'm here for any questions!

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        Kyler J Falk 

        2 months ago from Corona, CA

        Numerology has quite a lot of thought put into it, you've almost convinced me to start looking into it for fun!

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