Any word can be reduced to a number, any concept and any character. The number of birthday can not be changed, it is constant in the human life and it is representing the vibrating effect which is present from the time of one's birth.
However, what is the extent to which it can determine a person's character or control his destiny, his future, how it depends on the other factors of Numerology? In theory, two people with one and the same number of birthday should be similar to each other in many respects, but actually it happens very rarely.
Most likely, the number of birthday is just revealing the inherited traits of a given person, his ability to control circumstances; this number is more like a governing factor rather than dominant. Yet the number of birth is of a paramount importance, as they are guiding people not to act against their natural inclinations.
The birthday number is able to help us to see the areas of power that are enclosed in the power of our numerological combinations. Birthday Number 1 - The birthday Number 1 is a symbol of Sun. The very first of all numbers Birthday Number 2 - It is very gentle and romantic.
The Most Auspicious Numbers: 6, 8, 9: Six, eight and nine are regarded as the luckiest numbers in China. All of their homophones have auspicious meanings. The number 6 pronounced as 'Liu' means smooth and well-off.
The Birthday Number (character number) is a kind of key to the code of fate that can Number 3, Birthday Number 12, Birthday Number 21, Birthday Number Your Birth Day is at the Core of Your Numerology Chart. The day you were born bears great significance in understanding who you are and where your talents lie. Your day of birth is one of your five core numbers - the Life Path, Expression, Heart's Desire, and Personality number.
So when choosing telephone numbers, people like more number 6s in it. In Chinese culture, it is associated with the Emperor of China. You can see the Emperor's robes have nine dragons and the Beijing Forbidden City has totally 9, and a half rooms.
For lovers, 99, , or roses are usually sent to present the eternal love. So when mention the number 4, the Chinese people usually associate it with death.
Another inauspicious number is seven which have the meaning of gone. So in daily life, Chinese people usually avoid to use the number. You can see that when Chinese people choose a number for their telephone, 4 and 7 are most disliked by them.
Meanings for Other Numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 5 Zero - Means everything or nothing. It is limitless. Chinese people think everything begins with 0. One — means the first. It is the simplest number but also the most complex one in terms of its cultural meaning in Chinese culture.
It is neither auspicious nor inauspicious. People use it to name the winner.
It also has the meaning of beginning, loneliness, single. In most cases, it is a lucky number in Chinese culture as Chinese people think all good things com in pairs. But in some areas, people use this number to describe someone is stupid and reckless which is ironic. You can see the number 3 is greatly used in Chinese culture, history and more: There are three gorges of Yangtze River; Three Sages and Three Kingdoms in Chinese history; three halls of Forbidden City in Beijing… Five — a neutral number in Chinese culture.
It is lucky as it usually related to the Emperor of China. There are five blessings in China - wealth, happiness, longevity, luck and prosperity. In Chinese culture, lucky numbers can bring good luck and fortune to their life. Chinese people usually choose auspicious numbers when some important events are going to be held such as choosing a date for engagement, a wedding ceremony, relocating the house, opening a new business and more.