We all have heard the phrase "Hey Baby ... what’s your sign?" Most people could probably tell you their astrological Sun sign (or zodiac sign). Your astrological Sun sign is intended to describe your personality on a basic level.
In Numerology, there is a similar classification; we call it your "Sun Number."
Sun Numbers are the anchors around which we find our Personal Year, Month, and Day cycles
Your Sun Number is represented by a single-digit number, 1 - 9, and is easy to calculate (see below).
It describes your personality traits and those of similar Sun Numbers at a basic level and how it affects the organization of your personal cycles.
To find your Sun Number, select your month and day of birth, then click your number or scroll down to see your forecast.
Your Sun Number is considered a basic level view of who you are.
It is an image of you painted with a big brush. It is not considered one of your core numbers, which reveal a more detailed and nuanced perspective on your personality and your character traits.
Obviously, the world is made up millions and billions of unique individuals. However, the Sun Number brings our high-level characters and categorizes them into 9 groups (similar to Astrology’s 12 zodiac signs).
It is a broad brush and one of the lesser numbers in your chart - it's value is primarely as a basis for your personal cycles.
And like in Astrology, as you provide more and more details of the day of your birth and your name, you uncover the underpinnings of what makes you, not just a Sun Number, but a truly unique and complex person.
How does the Sun Number work with other numbers in my Numerology chart?
Within the dynamic environment of personal and universal cycles affecting you in different ways, constantly bringing change and sometimes chaos, your Sun Number is your anchor.
Think of it as the location where you stand, while everything around you is in motion. Your Sun Number also reveals how you approach the changing cycles and how they tend to influence you.
For example, if your Sun Number is 1, you tend to take opportunities and challenges head on. You don't hesitate, you don't back down, and you generally don't ask for help.
On the other hand, if your Sun Number is 2, you tend to deal with changing circumstances by carefully weighing the pros and cons, asking others for their opinions, and then, when you are ready, you take the necessary steps.
How Your Personal Cycles Pivot Around Your Sun Number
The most strongly felt yearly cycles are the Personal Year cycles. Your Personal Year cycles, in turn, form the basis for your Personal Month cycles, which produce your Personal Day cycles, also called Your Daily Number (When you read numerology horoscopes, they are always based on the Personal Year, Month, and Day cycles.)
These Personal Cycles are calculated based on your Sun Number, your Sun Number is therefore viewed as the center of your cycles.
Understanding our Numerological footing is the key to controlling our future and not being victims of what is ahead of us.
You have several other unique numbers at play in your entire Numerological profile, including your Life Path, Hidden Passion, Pinnacle numbers and many more.
Your Sun Number is easy to calculate and never changes. Simply add your month and day of birth, and reduce to a single digit (reduce Master numbers to a single digit as well).
For example, if you were born May 15, add 5 (for May) and 15, is 20, which reduces to 2 (2 + 0). If you were born November 23, add 11 (for November) and 23, is 34. Reduce 34 by adding 3 and 4 to find the Sun Number 7.
Keep in mind that, as with all numbers found in your Numerology chart, the influence is limited to the area that they affect. The Sun Number tends to dominate only your attitude toward changes, especially when they are unexpected.