Numerology: Your Pinnacle Numbers
How to Calculate Your Pinnacle Cycle Numbers
The pinnacle numbers are a series of 4 numbers that depict the seasons of your life - the changes and growth patterns you go through on your journey. They lend insight into your experiences and how those experiences affect you.
Start off by reducing the Month, Day, Year in that order. Jan 18, 1969 would reduce to 1 (January), 9 (1 + 8 = 9), (1+9+6+9=25 reduce again 7) So our numbers are 1, 9, and 7 respectively. Your first pinnacle will be the sum of the month and day - so for our example 1 + 9 = 10/ reduce to 1.
The Second Pinnacle is the sum of the day of birth and year of birth - so for our example 9 and 7 = 16/reduce to 7.
The Third Pinnacle is the sum of the first 2 so in our example 1 + 7 = 8
The Fourth Pinnacle is the sume of the month and year so in our example January 1 + 7 = 8
But wait there's more! ;) ... (this is the only somewhat complex number to figure out so hang in there) To figure out when your pinnacles begin and end you have to subtract your life path number from 36. So my life path number is 7 - my first pinnacle would last from birth to age 29. Add 9 years for every other Pinnacle. So for me the 2nd pinnacle would last until the age of 38, the 3rd until the age of 47 and the fourth for the remainder of my days...
Meaning of Pinnacle Numbers
- Pinnacle 1: This represents a time frame where you will have to learn to be self-reliant and independent. This often comes about as a result of a challenging or difficult period in life. This is also a period of great personal growth where you can accomplish a great deal if you stay focused on goals that serve your highest good. Developing a strong sense of self and learning to trust in your decisions and abilities. Learning to be assertive without being aggressive.
- Pinnacle 2: A period of sensitivity and inner awareness. This pinnacle focuses on how you deal with others and speaks of a desire to find harmony and balance in life . It is a card of sensitivity, patience, and cultivation of ones inner strength. This pinnacle tends to indicate those who are very sensitive or who bruise easily and have to learn to value themselves more as they tend to be very swayed by the ideas/opinions of others especially earlier in life. If this is a later pinnacle for you it can be about learning to work in the spirit of cooperation with those who have differing opinions and world views than you.
- Pinnacle 3: This pinnacle focuses on the development of latent creative talents like art, writing, etc. It is more about living for the moment and taking things as they come, spending more time enjoying simple pleasures. It also tends to be a highly social number and you may find that during a pinnacle 3 cycle you are very involved with others. 3 is about enjoying a variety of experiences and focusing a lot of personal expression and simple abundance.
- Pinnacle 4: People in this cycle tend to enjoy hard work and are very focused on building themselves up and reaching goals. This is a card of practicality, order, and discipline. Work during this pinnacle tends to pay off greatly later on. This number is very dependable and hard working and it speaks of building strong foundations.