THE MAGICAL WORLD OF NUMBERS
Amid the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, deeper issues present themselves in the month of December. On a mundane level, we may be forced to examine our values… “Hey what’s important here? Who is important here?” as we go shopping for that perfect gift. The question becomes … on what value system are you basing your choices?
December is the twelfth month of the calendar year and this Number adds down to the Number Three. In Tarot Card interpretation, this is the Empress and that girl loves to shop! She is the mother energy that brings in nurturing, abundance, expressions of tenderness and a focus about working with children. All this energy is so perfect for the Christmas season. A feeling of extravagance and feeling rich illuminates her world.
In Astrology, the Number 3 equates to “big daddy Jupiter” brings this abundance along also with this vibration.
The question still becomes what are your values? Focusing more on the Number Twelve of December, we find ourselves re-visiting this question.
In Tarot, the Twelfth card is the Hang Man who is hanging upside-down by one leg on a cross beam and one just knows he is thinking to himself “how on earth did I get myself into this situation!”
More deeply, the Hang Man energy is about attitude adjustment through reversals of situations in one’s life often brought about by significant emotional situations about one’s personal value system.
As an Esoteric Numerologer studying the ancient viewpoints surrounding Numbers since 1988, it has been found that the Number Twelve represents completion of a full cycle of experiences.
The spiritual leaders of old often had to advise their followers to exhibit “a reversal of conduct, requiring different evolving lifestyles for their spiritual growth.”
As a Life Path Number, arrived at by adding the month, day and year of birth together, a soul who has chosen this journey has brought significant past life experiences into this current incarnation.
Author Faith Javane, in her book MASTER NUMBERS, Cycles of Divine Order offers this explanation. “When individuals enter an incarnation as Number Twelves, they have already had a full cycle of experiences and learned of the possibility of regeneration toward a higher consciousness. They belong to the group of developed souls who have accumulated unusual inner strength through many and varied experiences from many lifetimes in the flesh. However, these people still may be hindered by old habits that need to be changed.Therefore,the soul attracts that which it needs as a learning experience. A reversal of negative thoughts can bring about positive effects and aid in achieving ideal goals or aspirations. If challenged, the Number Twelve person’s initial response might be “why me?” Instead, they should think “why not me?”
When it comes to prosperity, Twelves usually blame their ill-luck on others rather than on their own selfish thinking. In that case, the Law of Reversal would correct the situation”…an attitude adjustment about their values and self-worth… Number Twelve.
As we all do our work in spiritual development, the justice of the Universe steps in with the higher vibration of the Number Three and that is the World Card in ancient Tarot. This Number Twenty-One, adding to the happy energy of the Three, brings a sense of accomplishment, fulfillment and involvement. Now it is ‘party time!”
By re-setting our “values thermostat” we can better bring all the parts of our lives together, achieve dynamic balance and work in unison with our fellow men. This growth of spirit helps us to realize our goals, achieve our heart’s desires, see dreams come true, and step into a life experience of flourishing and prosperity.
In this season of giving, give of yourself. Use your gifts and talents to bring “heart energy” to others. Share what you have, render service, feel engaged, be active and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with this value of personal satisfaction.
Perhaps Bertrand Russell V. Delong put it best… “The most valuable things in life are not measured in monetary terms. The really important things are not houses and lands, stocks and bonds, automobiles and real estate but friendships, trust, confidence, empathy, mercy, love and faith”.
To all those folks kind enough to read my column, know that I send you God’s White Light, his Peace and his Harmony and know I wish you all good things always.