Do you know about the link between Twin Flame birthdays and numerology?

This special type of karmic relationship has many secrets that can be unlocked by the study of numbers that appear through synchronicity.

Birthdays have long held significance when it comes to this area of study.

This is because they can be represented both in number form and in the form of astrological signs, which provides a strong synchronicity link that draws in cosmic energy.

In terms of Twin Flames, the link we are provided allows us to see how a specific relationship would function.

This can give you some idea of compatibility – whether you are likely to be Mirror Souls or not – and it can give you some idea of the challenges that would face you if you embark on this journey together.

All through the power of numbers and fate!

Numerology can be a bit difficult sometimes, so in order to explain the link, we are going to go through the maths with a few examples and then get into interpretation afterwards.

While there are online calculators to help you with this, it is actually far more interesting and informative to do it yourself.

Calculating Life Paths From Twin Flame Birthdays

The first thing you need to do is calculate the life path numbers of both of your birthdays individually.

Write them out in a DD/MM/YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY format – either is fine – ensuring that you write out the year in full.

For instance, if you were born on the 3rd of July in 1987, you would write down 03/07/1987 or 07/03/1987.

Then, sum the numbers. In our example, we would get 0 + 3 + 0 + 7 + 1 + 9 + 8 + 7 = 35. Because our number is still not a single digit, we have to do the same again.

This time we get 3 + 5 = 8, and we have reached a single digit number – your life path.

Now, suppose your partner was born on 09/12/1992. Summing the digits the first time through would give you 33, which is a two digit number still.

You might think that you would have to reduce it down by summing the number again, but in this case you do not!

33 is what is known as a “master number”.

All of the numbers from 1 to 9 have a specific essence according to numerology, but the master numbers have their own specific meaning entirely separate from the single digit numbers.

If you reach 11, 22 or 33 when reducing then you should stop as you have reached a master number.

Combining Twin Flame Birthdays & Life Path

Now, you both have a life path number.

This number is interesting because it informs you of the types of challenges and obstacles that you will encounter on your journey – key information that helps you to prepare for success when you do run into difficulties.

When combined using the same sum-and-reduce method detailed above, you get what is sometimes called a “union number”.

Let’s say your life path is an 8 and your partners is a 6.

By looking at both of your life paths in isolation you can get a good idea of the dynamic you could expect within a Twin Flame relationship. By combining them you can discover more about the outcome of that dynamic.

In this case, 8 + 6 = 14, then 1 + 4 = 5. Your union number would be 5.

Interpreting Twin Flame Union Path

So you have your union number – but what are you supposed to do with it?

This is what we meant when we said numerology was difficult.

The actual maths, while a little involved on occasion, is quite simple. The interpretation is where we run into variables that require time, focus and meditation to resolve.

There isn’t a generic meaning for each union number, but there are general patterns and knowing them can help you to intuit how it applies to you.

In general, here is what you can expect from a Twin Flame relationship with each of the key union numbers:

1 (or 11) – An active, driven and self-reliant relationship where both partners are goal-driven and ambitious. Be wary of falling into a routine and support each other in pursuing dreams.

2 (or 22) – A co-operative, supportive relationship where both partners live for each other. Co-dependency is common and you should be careful not to privilege each other’s needs to the extent that you neglect your own.

3 (or 33) – A happy-go-lucky, exciting relationship where you share more laughs and good times than tears and bad. Keep yourselves in the present moment and don’t dwell too hard on the past or the future, if you can help it.

4 – A stable, practical partnership based on pragmatism and mutual respect. Be wary of getting too rigid in your routines as this can lead to bad habits that hurt in the long term.

5 – An adventurous, sensual relationship where the physical and emotional are often indistinguishable. The passion burns hot, which can be a very good thing – but it can also be dangerous if you don’t learn to communicate effectively.

6 – A family-oriented, nurturing relationship where the most important thing is the family and the home. Be careful not to neglect your own needs, as your ability to provide for your family is predicated upon your ability to provide for yourself.

7 – A spiritual, introspective relationship where thought and contemplation are the automatic reaction. Resist the urge to seek perfection – it rarely comes where people are involved, and its pursuit can do more harm than good.

8 – A methodical, well-planned relationship where both partners prefer to think things through and plan for success together. These relationships can be very successful as long as you resist the urge to let your success go to your heads.

9 – An evolved, outward-looking relationship that looks to the contribution you can make as a couple as a way to foster love and happiness. Embrace humanitarian causes and do some good in the world – it will help you to grow closer and ever more in love.