According to Science of Numerology, Outer self is the you that others generally see . The you they know the best—and thus could be called your impression , because this is the part of you that is usually brought to the outside world, it tells us your greatest talents, abilities, and possibilities. It has much to do with the kind of work you are best at and happiest doing, the way you look (It indicates your appearance), and the "equipment" you have been given to help you through life.
Note: If your wish to find your numerology
then you should have your accurate Full Name.
The outer self is determined from the birth name, but it is also the only vibration in our chart that can change. Actually it never really changes, for we always carry the influence of our original outer self, but it can be "added to," so to speak. When we change names or use only a part of our birth name, we take on an added vibration—another outer self.
Most often this brings about changes in us, not immediately, but over a period of time. Sometimes these changes cause disharmony in our chart and therefore in our lives. You will understand this when you have studied numerology to a greater extent. When you are calculating the outer self, you need to work with both your original name and your present.
To arrive at the outer self we must find the sum of all of the letters of the name, both vowels and consonants. The original, which is calculated from your full birth name, is called the outer self. The outer self that is calculated from your present name is called the present self. When you have figured both, as in the example given, then consult the numbers of the outer self to see what the characteristics of each vibration are. Remember that your actual outer self, or that of someone else, may be the original, or the present, or a combination of the characteristics of both.
The outer self can help us decide what we are best fitted to do in life. When considering an occupation, keep in mind your preferences and the things you have a natural tendency for, plus the things that you have already learned to do. Sometimes it is helpful to list these things and then list the jobs or professions that appeal to you. Then investigate the opportunities that are available to you. If what you would really like to do, and feel you're fitted for, isn't open to you at present, do not give up the idea of reaching that goal. Proceed to work toward it in any way you can and watch for the chance to have the job.
Be aware that to get the job you really want you may have to take one that leads to it, which may not be all to your liking. You will like it a lot better if you keep in mind what the job will lead to and do your very best at it. There is a law that says we must give to get, and we must not do it grudgingly or with resentment. The suggestions for occupations which follow are just that, suggestions, and should not be taken as the only things that you should consider doing. They are merely meant to be guidelines to indicate areas where you may be well suited.