Discover Your Personality Number

You know who you are. You know your mind, your thoughts, your opinions. You have a sense of your personality. Yet other people don’t see you the way you see you.

But don’t worry. Your personality has a number associated with it. That number will help you figure out what people think of you.

Thanks to numerology, figuring this stuff out is quick and easy, and knowing your personality number will help you on your path of self-enquiry.

What are Personality Numbers? 

Numerology states that your personality number is a single-digit number or Master Number. It comes from the consonants in your birth name—first name, middle name and last name as they appear on your birth certificate at the time of your birth date.

Your birth name reveals your personality number, where your nickname reveals your minor personality number. But today, I’m going to focus on full name personality numbers. The number that will tell the most about you.

Your personality number will help you see what you send out into the world. You’ll understand why some people leave you, some stay with you and some never try. It’s enormously significant in numerology. Every numerology number has its significance, and the personality number in numerology is up there at the top in your core profile. Your personality number works with your other numbers to create your soul blueprint. To discover the core numbers in your numerology chart, click here for a free numerology reading. It’s personalised to your name and date of birth.

How to Calculate Your Personality Number 

Here’s how:

#1 Write Down Your Full Name

Let’s get this free numerology tidbit started and get you filling your personality number in on your numerology chart.

Write down your full name. First name, middle name and last name you have on your birth date, please. You need the consonants from all of them. Let’s use the fictional JAMIE RAE WILKINSON.

The consonants are J, M, R, W, L, K, N, S and N again.

#2 Convert the Letters

Each letter translates to a number:

  • 1 — J, S.
  • 2 — B, K, T.
  • 3 — C, L.
  • 4 — D, M, V.
  • 5 — N, W.
  • 6 — F, X.
  • 7 — G, P, Y.
  • 8 — H, Q, Z.
  • 9 — R

JAMIE RAE WILKINSON’s consonants become 1, 4, 9, 5, 3, 2, 5, 1 and 5.

#3 Add the Numbers Together

In Jamie’s case we get 1 + 4 + 9 + 5 + 3 + 2 + 5 + 1 + 5 = 35.

#4 Reduce to One Digit

Personality numbers, and most numbers in numerology, are single-digit numbers with the exception of Master Numbers 11, 22 and 33. But the sum of 3 and 5 is 8, so in this case, Jamie’s personality number is 8.

What Are Master Numbers? 

I’ve mentioned Master Numbers multiple times, and we’ve established that they’re 11, 22 and 33. The first three double-digit same-digit numbers you’ll come across when counting. 

Some numerologists argue that 44 is also a Master Number. However, the number 4 isn’t included in the Triangle of Enlightenment, which is made up of one, two and three. This numerology article won’t be including 44 in your numerology chart.

You’re very lucky if you end up with 11, 22 or 33 on your numerology chart. Master Numbers are rare, they’re supercharged, and they hold traits of their sum and the matching digits that make up the number.

A person with personality number 11 on their numerology chart will have some powerful traits of personality numbers 1, 2 and, of course, 11, for example.

Your Personality Number Meaning

Personality Number 1

Some of their key traits are:

  • Confidence.
  • Loyalty.
  • Leadership skills.
  • Creativity.

Ones need to work on:

  • Their ego.
  • Their lack of compassion.
  • Being overconfident.
  • Stubbornness.

Ones are born leaders. Is that surprising at all? Probably not because they have an ego, and they’re stubborn about it.

They’re risk-taking, self-driven pioneers who fear nothing and nobody. They’re also very creative, and a creative leader is a great one, right?

People might not be so sure about that. Ones are so full of confidence; they scare people off. They need to calm down, approach things with less vigor and keep their ego in check. Let people who lack the confidence get close to them, as people are afraid to as ones are now.

Work compassionately, lead gently and people will flock to ones.

Click here to learn more about Personality Number 1

Personality Number 2

Some of their key traits are:

  • Being trustworthy.
  • Honesty.
  • Reliability.
  • Friendly.

Twos need to work on:

  • Moodiness.
  • Shyness.

Personality number 2s are the best kind of friends. They’re trustworthy so you can confide in them, and they’re honest. If you tell them something they don’t like they’ll let you know, but in a warm way that keeps the peace.

Twos are natural peacemakers, but they’ll fight if they have to. They’re fiery despite their shy nature. Perhaps keeping the fight inside is what makes them so moody.

Despite the moodiness, twos are talented with great ideas and are very philosophical. You may admire them for these traits, and their soft natured warmth.

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Personality Number 3

Some of their key traits are:

  • Opportunistic nature.
  • Intuition.
  • Communication skills.
  • Creativity.

Threes need to work on:

  • Manipulative streak.

Threes are talkative and talented at it. They can attract people easily with excellent communication skills, and keep them with their creativity.

It’s easy for threes to make friends, maybe because of their chatty side, maybe because of their lucky streak. Or maybe it’s because threes are intelligent and opportunistic, so they know when to pounce on a person. They’re fast at making wise decisions, which makes them successful in all aspects of life.

However, threes sometimes come across as being manipulative. Even if it’s unintentional, that’s something threes need to work on.

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Personality Number 4

Some of their key traits are:

  • Family-oriented.
  • Well-dressed.
  • Stability.
  • Maturity.
  • Nurturing nature.
  • Pragmatic.

Fours need to work on:

  • Being too serious.
  • Dull attitude.

Fours make for the perfect gentlefolk. They’re organized, well dressed, and are very close to their family. They’re the types of well put together people that others turn to in a crisis.

Personality number 4s are very mature, even from a young age. They’re pragmatic in their outlook, consistent in their actions and they dominate any scenario. But they won’t put you down if you don’t match their stable, unshakeable ways. They’re very nurturing towards others and make for excellent managers, helpers and guides.

However, their pragmatic, systematic outlook in life makes them come across as boring. They’re too serious and need to learn to loosen up a little.

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Personality Number 5

Some of their key traits are:

  • High spirited.
  • Travel enthusiast.
  • Adaptable.

Fives need to work on:

  • Over-burdening.

Fives are a joy to know. Their spirits are so high it’s breathtaking, and they love to travel. What else would a risk-taker who loves life do, right? 

Personality number 5 people can handle almost any challenge, and they’ll fight zestily if anything goes awry. They’re very good at handling change and challenges, positive and negative. The positive changes they like are trends and pop culture, but the negatives could be anything.

Fives only falter when they work too hard when something goes wrong. They tend to overburden themselves, whether it’s at work or being everyone’s shoulder to cry on.

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Personality Number 6

Some of their key traits are:

  • Warmth.
  • Well-balanced.
  • Responsible.
  • Caring.

Sixes need to work on:

  • Over-worrying.
  • Financial frivolity.
  • Vulnerability.

Sixes are generous beings who like caring for others. They’re friendly, so they’ll be warm and loving towards anyone right away. They’re so beautiful on the inside and care more about a person’s inside than outside.

However, sixes are very vulnerable when criticized and would do well to toughen up. They also tend to worry a lot, especially over money. They’re not particularly logical when it comes to their spending habits.

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Personality Number 7

Some of their key traits are:

  • Intelligence.
  • Rationality.
  • Dignified.

Sevens need to work on:

  • Reserved attitude.
  • Unemotional nature.

Sevens are intelligent, dignified people. Some might go as far as to call them scholars. No matter what the situation, they react with dignity and rationality.

Personality number 7 people make wonderful poets, aided by their intelligence and the air of mystery about them. Their work may be quirky, as are they, and they don’t care if you find it strange.

Although this confidence they have in themselves can sometimes be a downer. Sevens are used to people mocking their mysterious ways, their odd dress sense and their poetry. So they’ve adopted a reserved and “don’t-care” attitude about all aspects of life. Some people find this unappealing.

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Personality Number 8

Some of their key traits are:

  • Amazing judgment.
  • Successful.
  • Intuitive.
  • Controlled.

Eights need to work on:

  • Show-offiness.
  • Dominating people.

Eights are great judges of character. Their intuition is powerful, so they know the types of people they should be around. Because of this and their strong, self-controlled nature, they’re very successful in life.

However, their strong and controlled attitude may come across as too dominating to others, so they may shy away. They may also be disliked for showing off expensive things, like designer clothes. Eights can be very materialistic at times.

Though eights are persuasive when they want their way, they are not easily swayed by others.

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Personality Number 9

Some of their key traits are:

  • Influential.
  • Magnetic.
  • Charming.
  • Confidence.
  • Philanthropic.

Nines need to work on:

  • Being aloof.
  • Entitlement.

Nines are adored by many. They’re elegant, charismatic and graceful by nature. They have a raw magnetism that draws people in.

They keep people close with ease because they’re so well-versed, and their confidence is catching. But nines need to be careful because confidence can turn to cockiness in seconds.

Some nines even get aloof and start acting arrogant and self-entitled, with the more positive attention they get. It’s not ideal for an influential and charming person to come across in this manner.

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Personality Number 11

Some of their key traits are:

  • Sensitivity.
  • Gentle nature.
  • Passionate.
  • Patience.

Elevens need to work on:

  • Vulnerability.

Elevens are gentle, loving people who have no time for arguments. They just want to be at peace and be surrounded by good, loving friends. It’s easy for an eleven to make these friends, even when being cautious, thanks to their patient, understanding nature and listening skills.

Personality number 11 people tend to be overly vulnerable, though. Negativity is draining, and people often see them as a victim or a target to lash out at. But they’re much stronger than most people realize, including themselves. They can learn to handle the pressure.

Personality Number 22

Some of their key traits are:

  • Reliability.
  • Consistency.
  • Powerful.

Twenty-twos need to work on:

  • Self-doubt.

Twenty-twos are driven individuals who you can rely on. They’re consistent and powerful, and you can rely on them to do excellent work with efficiency, expertise and excellency.

But personality number 22s doubt themselves a lot. They often feel insecure and inferior to those around them. Because of their lack of confidence, they lose their drive and finding their ambition becomes harder. This is something to work on for sure.

Personality Number 33

Some of their key traits are:

  • Confidence.
  • Inspiring.
  • Parental nature.
  • Artistic.

Thirty-threes need to work on:

  • Bad judge of character.
  • Vulnerable.
  • Worrying.

Thirty-threes are confident and inspiring individuals who often treat loved ones with a maternal or paternal vibe. People look up to them and are inspired by them as they would be by a parent.

They make for wonderful nurturers but are also incredible artists. Be it music, drawing, writing, gardening—there’s art to be made.

Sadly, these nurturing and artistic beings are highly vulnerable to criticism and worry a lot. They’re not the best at judging people either, so may end up surrounded by people who aren’t healthy for them.

This vulnerability is similar to what sixes experience. After all, 33s and sixes tend to share some traits as 3 + 3 = 6.

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