Numerology
Life Path Number 2

By Dmitriy (aka Life Script Doctor)

Nothing truly valuable can be achieved except
by the unselfish cooperation of many individuals.

– Albert Einstein

life path number 2

The following article describes what numerology life path number 2 means. If you are new to Numerology you can find an explanation to how you calculate your life path number at the end of the article. Keep in mind that Even though your life path is a very important number that defines the strategy of your life, there are a lot more keys, insights and knowledge to be discovered through the meaning of numbers in your numerology birth chart.

For Divine to understand itself it needs to be divided in two parts with opposite polarities. No one banned people from the Heaven, the taste from the tree of knowledge divided our world into good and evil, which gave a chance to better understand how things work. Comparing one thing to another allows to understand what things are. Heart perceives the whole and brain uses logic to learn about material things. Truly knowing something requires polarity. Nothing exists without the other side. Good cannot exist without evil. On the way to the whole you have to embrace both polarities and lose your fear. One has to go through polarities to have the experience of life.

People with life path number 2 have a sensitive perception of the cosmic knowledge. Numerology number 2 has a strong connection with female energy. The main purpose for people with life path 2 is to learn how to cooperate and and leave competition behind. They are good team players and they have a need to reach balance (sometimes going through confrontation first). They need to learn how to receive joy from the process of investing their own energy and be the inspiration source for the team. In many cases people with life path number 2 will not get recognized for their achievement (they are usually behind a leader). Life path 2 needs to find purpose in supporting others.

People with life path number 2 need to learn how to cooperate and not compete.

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Silvia Perez
Silvia Perez
3 years ago

Interesting and very helpful