What is Numerology? The Meaning of Numbers 1-9

Numerology is an ancient practice that retrieves meaning from the vibrational frequency of numbers. The basic principle of numerology is that a number is not simply an amount but a living qualitative reality. This idea goes back to Pythagoras, who believed that physical manifestation must be preceded by mathematical conception, and therefore numbers provide us with a tool to measure what might seem intangible in the first place.

Modern science has already shown that every manifestation has its own wavelength, a vibrational or electromagnetic signature that can be measured by numbers.

According to Pythagoras, each number has a nature, or vibration, of its own. Modern science has already shown that every manifestation has its own wavelength, a vibrational or electromagnetic signature that can be measured by numbers. In total, there are nine distinct vibrations, and Numerology works with such a system by attributing numbers to letters, which in turn have corresponding sound vibration and form.

Numerology can be a great source of self-knowledge and personal development since it provides an analysis of character based on the attributes of numbers present in personal data such as your birth name and date. As with everything else in nature though, numbers have both positive and negative qualities. A number resembles pretty much a coin, in the sense that each one of them can represent two sides of the same principle, the difference being only its degree of vibration.

Let’s see what Numerology can tell us about the meaning of numbers 1-9 based on each number’s positive and negative attributes.

Number OneNumber TwoNumber Three
Positives: Active, Ambitious, Confident, Doer, Individual, Inventive, Leader, Thinker

Negatives: Aggressive, Lazy, Self-conscious, Selfish, Stubborn
Positives: Cooperative, Friendly, Helpful, Modest, Neat, Diplomatic

Negatives: Easily hurt, Indecisive, Insecure, Over-emotional, Subservient, Timid
Positives: Cheerful, Humor, Enthusiastic

Negatives: Bored, Dislikes responsibility, Impulsive, Moody, Vain

Number FourNumber FiveNumber Six
Positives: Disciplined, Family lover, honest, organized, patient, patriotic, practical, reliable

Negatives: Argumentative, Humorless, Narrow-minded, Stern, Workaholic
Positives: Adaptable, Adventurous, Brave, Charming, Clever, Social, Witty

Negatives: Impatient, Irresponsible, Restless, Thoughtless
Positives: Artistic, Domestic, Humanitarian, Musical, Nurturer, Responsible

Negatives: Argumentative, Needs appreciation, self-righteous
Number SevenNumber EightNumber Nine
Positives: Dignified, Intuitive, Silent, Studious

Negatives: Aloof, Cold, Melancholy, Skeptical, Unapproachable
Positives: Ambitious, Balance of energies, Efficient, Executive ability, Stamina

Negatives: Impatient, Materialistic, Not frugal, Pushy, Thoughtless
Positives: Artistic abilities, Compassionate, Dramatic, Philanthropic, Unselfish

Negatives: Aimless, Burdened, Frustrated, Over-emotional, Unfulfilled
Positive and Negative aspects of numbers 1-9 according to Numerology

Concluding Thoughts

The power of numbers has been recognized since immemorial times. Pythagoras, the ancient philosopher, believed that numbers had inherent qualities. Picking on this, Numerology offers us an out-of-the-box tool to facilitate the exploratory journey of who we are. It works based on the principle that each number holds a particular vibrational signature and therefore attributes numbers to letters, which in turn correlate with specific sound vibrations and forms. Know your numbers and you will know more about yourself.

Know Thyself

Knowing the Self seems to be a universal quest and a human need deeply carved in our collective unconscious. In Psychology, knowing yourself is crucial for the development of your sense of self and identity. This involves knowing your values, your potential, your purpose in life, and finding healthy ways to express yourself.

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Numerology can give you plenty of information about yourself based on your name and birth-date. This constitutes your “Birth Code” and it can give you psychological input about your character, your talents, and the most favorable ways to express them. I offer 3 types of numerology chart reading.

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What Are Heavy Metals? The Impact of Heavy Metals on Well-being

Heavy Metals are metals with high density. They are at least 5 times denser than water. Some lighter metals are also categorized as heavy metals due to their toxicity at even very low concentration levels. With this said, examples of heavy metals include lead, mercury, chromium, aluminum, manganese, and arsenic, among others. These metals have been used in industry, agriculture, medicine, technology, and even at home. Their widespread use has caused a great distribution of these substances in the environment. Although some of these heavy metals can play an important role in our bodies, exposure to great amounts can negatively impact not only our health and well-being but also our planet’s ecosystems.

Intoxication by heavy metals is often associated with abdominal pain, polyneuropathy, and encephalopathy.

Some heavy metals such as copper are essential for our biological functioning. Excessive amounts of these metals become, nonetheless, toxic, leading to cellular and tissue damage. There are also non-essential metals such as aluminum and barium which can be toxic even at very low doses. Toxic amounts of heavy metals have been shown to affect cell membranes, their organelles (e.g. mitochondria, nuclei), and enzymes with important roles in metabolism, detoxification, and damage repair. In addition, metal ions interact with cell components such as DNA and nuclear proteins. Damage to the DNA leads to changes in the cycle of the cells and can cause carcinogenesis (formation of cancer) and apoptosis (cell death).

Depending on the metal, intoxication can produce distinct symptoms. However, overall symptoms include abdominal pain, polyneuropathy (damage or disease affecting the peripheral nerves causing numbness, weakness, or pain on hands and feet), and encephalopathy (brain dysfunction). Other symptoms include:

DiarrheaBody pain, inflammation, and swollenness
Cognitive changesSeizures
Personality changes
Symptoms associated with heavy metal intoxication

An important and less known source of heavy metals is geoengineering, the science of manipulating our climate. This science has been developed since, at least, World War II. One of its official aims is to reflect solar radiation to reduce the heating effect of sunlight. To achieve this goal, they have worked on several strategies. One of these strategies is to spray the sky with cocktails of nanoparticles that increase surface reflectance. Studies with rain and soil samples have shown that these nanoparticles include heavy metals such as aluminum, barium, and strontium. If you put two and two together it’s not hard to understand that chemtrails are real and not a conspiracy theory. Whatever is released into our atmosphere is also making us sick and not fixing the problem of climate change.

I spoke about my own personal experience with chemtrails on my most recent podcast episode. The more I research and the more I pay attention to my own health, the more I believe we are slowly but steadily getting sicker thanks to the massive pulverization of our sky, which is now happening on a global scale. While people have been kept busy with social distancing and washing hands, few of us have had the time to look at the sky and connect the dots. Whether this is due to lack of knowledge or willingness to face the truth, it’s evident that we must dig deeper and start looking at reality without the goggles that our TV sets and social media give us. It’s time we do our own old-school research and think critically about what is really going on in the world right now.

Why Decluttering Improves Your Well-Being

After going through a decluttering session, you are likely to feel clearer and more energetic. This is a process that not only improves our physical space but also our headspace. We have more space both physically and mentally, which in turn gives us a certain sense of freedom and clarity. Such experience eventually overflows to other areas of our life.

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The 7 Spiritual Laws Of Success

I have been reading a very interesting book called Quantum Success, written by Sandra Anne Taylor, and published by Hay House. I believe it is a powerful and insightful book for anyone who likes to read and learn more about the spiritual aspects of success, happiness, and wealth. The first part of the book describes and explains the seven laws of success which, according to the author, are transversal to any human endeavor. These laws are the law of Manifestation, the law of Magnetism, the law of Pure Desire, the law of Paradoxical Intent, the law of Harmony, the law of Right Action, and the law of Expanding Influence.

A powerful and insightful book for anyone who likes to read and learn more about the spiritual aspects of success, happiness, and wealth.

The Law of Manifestation

This law suggests that we create our own reality from our consciousness. This means that whatever happens in your life can be traced back to your own stream of consciousness and most people are not aware of such human capacity. In fact, many of us perceive reality as something totally random and out of our control. According to this law, we can manage our lives better if we consciously choose where our awareness and attention go. In other words, if we choose to prioritize what is truly important, and life-enhancing, then we are shaping and creating our future.

The Law of Magnetism

This law tells us that we attract the same type of energy we emit. This energy is imbued with what we think and feel about ourselves, and it is always flowing outward from us. We are continuously broadcasting information about ourselves and the way we perceive life. Based on the Law of Magnetism, it is within our control to change our energy. If we don’t like the situations or life events we attract, then we must pay attention to the signals we have been broadcasting and change our frequency in order to be more aligned and in tune with what we desire. To produce effective changes, there are three aspects to be aware of: your emotional energy (the vibration of your feelings), your cognitive energy (the vibration of your thoughts), and your physical energy (the vibration of your body).

The Law of Pure Desire

The Law of Pure Desire states that if your intention is pure and therefore not manipulative, fear-based, or desperate, then you are in the right energetic vibration to attract and manifest what you desire. Negative emotions and intentions cloud all the potential positive energy you hold toward the accomplishment of your goals and wishes. This happens because negative emotions tend to be more highly charged, a fact that has been demonstrated by science countless times. It has been even proposed that we need at least three positive emotions to counteract the impact of one negative.

The Law of Paradoxical Intent

This law resembles the previous one, the Law of Pure Desire. It suggests that the emotional state driven by the reason why we desire something dictates whether we will be successful or not. In other words, this means that if we desire something and yet we feel desperate about it, then we are generating a repulsive vibration and will push away the desired results. If we trust, however, we will generate a more peaceful vibration and therefore pull in the desired results.

The Law of Harmony

By consciously choosing to create balance and alignment in your life, your intuition and personal energy are almost automatically aligned with abundance, opportunities, and precious insight – or, what Jung called, synchronicities. When we are out of harmony, however, we remove ourselves from such a blissful current and we start to stagnate and find too many hardships. As you may guess, harmony starts with you and your daily choices in terms of thoughts, feelings, and actions.

The Law of Right Action

This is one of my favorite laws and, if you are familiar with Buddhism and more specifically with the Eightfold Path, it will ring a bell for sure. According to the Law of Right Action, every bad or good thought or action you engage with will become part of you and leave an impression in your energy field. In order to have a clear energy field, you must listen to your heart and look for the option which resonates with your own personal sense of dignity. It is not always easy to do what is right, but doing what is right is always the option that generates the best outcome for everyone involved.

The Law of Expanding Influence

As you now know from the previous laws, our vibration depends on the quality of our thoughts, emotions, and actions. The Law of Expanding Influence basically states that our vibration or resonance influences others and vice-versa. This means our thoughts, moods, sense of well-being and choices have an impact on other people’s vibrations and energy. Don’t think you are a prisoner of other people’s influence though. Use this knowledge to create and generate what you desire most. For instance, if you want your family’s life to be more peaceful, you must start working on yourself first and become more peaceful. Your energy will then have an impact on your family and you will see that your family’s dynamic will inevitably change as you change as well.

Concluding Thoughts

I believe by understanding and applying these laws, we can achieve greater well-being. These laws may be unfamiliar to many but they do seem to resonate when we think about past situations and experiences. The quality of our consciousness and the way we look after our five koshas, or bodies, is key to living a life in which we can accomplish what we most desire and thus live happier. These are not easy laws to put into practice but the more mindful you are about them, the easier it will be to respect them and obtain the outcomes you wish for.

Is Happiness a Realistic Goal?

realistic goal and a desirable one. It is rather impossible to be happy all the time, of course, and it is rather difficult to be in a pure state of bliss on a regular basis. However, we can aim to develop skills and strategies that enhance our level of consciousness.

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