Oct 192012
 

Numerology – Can Numbers Affect Your Health?

Dr. Oz invited a numerologist on to the show to talk about Numerology and if your birthday could affect your health and even how much weight you will gain or lose this year?  Can numbers really have an impact on our health and well being?

Numerology starts with the very first number that you are given and that is the date of your birth.  Numerologist Glynis McCants was invited on to the show to talk about Numerology and whether this practice is fact or fiction.

What is Numerology?

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Numerology : Find Out Your Life Path Number

Glynis McCants said that Numerology is the science of numbers and is 2,500 years old.  Pythagoras was the original creator of this system.  Pythagoras established traits on numbers 1-9.  Glynis said that there is a positive and negative side to each number and this can affect our lives.  She said that Numerology can help you with your career, with your relationships, and even help you to improve your health.

How Can Numbers Affect Your Health?

Dr. Oz asked this question to Glynis and she said that when we are born we are born with numbers.  She said that whenever we live on the negative side of a number we can have health problems.  She said today she was going to teach the viewers their life path number and what it means to you.

How To Calculate Your Life Path Number

First you take your full date of birth and reduce it to one digit.  How you do this is.  She used Dr. Oz as an example..  His birthday is June 6, 1960.

  • So you first write down 6-11-1960
  • Next you add up each number. 6+1+1+1+9+6+0=24
  • Then you add the sum of the numbers you added which would be 2 + 4
  • Dr. Oz Life Path’s number is 6

So, what number are you?

Here is a link to a site that explains Life Path # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 22, 23.

 

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