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You Don't Get To Pick & Choose. Your Numerology Vibrations for December 12, 2013


Two 3s will always generate a lot of talking, writing, networking, and sales. Of course, we have to be able to speak to our customers in such a way that they'll wish to buy. So even though it's a good sales day, "BUY IT! BUY IT! BUY IT!" usually doesn't work. Have a good time, be playful, LAUGH, and just enjoy each other's presence.

And on the note of writing, this week on several occasions, I've been asked about number combinations and so I thought I would go over a few Numerology guidelines.

Numerology vs. Magical Appearances - unlike the predictions of Tarot, Numerology is a lot more cerebral than intuitive. And we don't get to pick and choose in order to create what we wish to see or to become more special than what we are.

Many times people will note that they were born 4/4/44 - can I tell them what magic that holds? But they weren't born in the year 44. Or they were married on 12/12/12 - is there a special meaning? They weren't married on 12/12/12 because the year 12 was an incredibly long time ago.

Then there was the reading I did for another Numerologist who stated that she has fifteen 11s in her chart. Red flags were flying on this one.

There is nothing wrong with acknowledging the 19 or 20s that precede the 44 or 12 above. They have a vibration as well and ultimately lend to the sum we're looking for in particular categories.

Also, each category is derived from adding particular parts of a name, birth date, or both together. The equations have been with us a very long time. Though different Numerologists may call them a different title, ultimately the description of what they do are the same.

For example, my eight digit Numerical Blueprint (without the titles) looks like the following: 1, 3, 4, 1, 7*, 7 - 6, 4. And that's it. I don't get to look at these final numbers and try to find something better than what is there. I can not claim that I have two 11s by adding the 7s with the 4s, then a third one by adding the 6, 4, and 1, and then perhaps a 22 by Those inventions bear absolutely no category.

We all have enough special numbers to bring us a lifetime of excitement and adventure (even if the chart doesn't look thrilling). Each number has a positive and negative side to it and the story they weave together will keep all of us working towards our assigned destinies.