Numerology is essentially the study of numbers, & their meanings. Using them work with the universe, to make predictions, to better understand yourself & others, so much more. Just memorizing the definitions of numbers, & their vibration is helpful- however there is so much more to apply. When working with these systems you can also use numerology to better understand a person, by doing the numerology of their name. You can also use this to better understand a place, an event in time, a business etc. I'll be sharing with you all how to do it, & some books that can help. While what I'm sharing will be informative- there is a reason there are books dedicated to this. One, or two posts even simply cannot sum it all up.
Numerology has a couple different systems that are used, three that are most commonly used are: Chaldean, Pythagorean, Kabbalah. The two I work with are Chaldean & Pythagorean. I'll be explaining the use of both pythagorean & Chaldean. Both can be used for someones name, a place, a business name etc.
Chaldean Alphabet Table:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A B C D E U O F
I K G M H V Z P
J R L T N W
Q S X
Pythagorean Alphabet Table: (Trick for this is write out 1-9, then write the letters of the alphabet in order & you'll make a table like below).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A B C D E F G H I
J K L M N O P Q R
S T U V W X Y Z
Regardless of which system you use, you add & reduce. The example below is the set up for both systems, but with the Chaldean the numbers would be different.
Example: Mary (Using Pythagorean alphabet)
M A R Y
4+1+9+7 =21= 2+1= 3
Example: Mary (Using Chaldean alphabet)
M A R Y
4+1+2+1 = 8
Now, you only reduce if you have a double number. The other thing, you generally do the whole name. First, & last. You can also do it separate, because this is how you get better understanding of certain parts.
Following the Pythagorean system:
First Name: Key number = Key traits
Last Name: Hereditary = Hereditary traits
Cornerstone: First letter of your name, this is the foundation, life values, & things of that nature on the material/physical plane.
Instinctual Desires/ID Number: This is found in the first vowel of your first name, A, E, I, O, U- Y if no other vowels are present. This represents what instinctually motivates you in life.
Following the Chaldean system:
Key Numbers: Your singular number, provides insight into your traits & life
Compound Numbers: In the Chaldean numerology, compound numbers are included & seen as informative/important in their own right. Providing further insight, & where you may have conflict. This is where Master numbers, 11, 22, 33, come into play.
If you are doing the numerology of your birthday for example, & not a name you can put the table aside, & just add, reduce all the numbers as so:
1+1+1+1+9+9+1 = 23 =2+3 = 5
Life Path Number: Your birthday number (Month, date, year added as seen above), this points to immediate & important aspects of life
Destiny Number: This number points to the grade you're in, in the school of life during each life cycle. This comes from your name.
Part of why the life path number is also special, is it cannot be changed. You can change your destiny number in some ways, by changing your name to a more favorable number. This is why some people will wait until their child is born, to do the numerology & choose a name that vibrates more harmoniously.
Lucky Numbers: Your personal lucky numbers are your birthday number, & your zodiac number. Your zodiac number is the number that your Sun sign is ruled by.
You can do the numerology of the day to better understand what the day may bring, & if it is a favorable for you. Based on your numerology.
This is some of the basics of numerology, & how to/it's uses. In the second part I will be sharing some of the definitions of the numbers. Excluding compound numbers. Below are some books that go more in depth, & help you to better understand different ways to use it- such as the table of traits (which helps you better understand more about a person, & even yourself- by gaining more insight to their traits) etc. These are books that are great for beginners, & while there are many others out there. I have found these to be most helpful for beginners. You do not need them all, but I suggest "Star Signs", & "Numbers & You", if you can only get 2.
Star Signs - Linda Goodman (there is a chapter dedicated to numerology, specifically the Chaldean system including the definitions of all the numbers)
Numbers & You - Lloyd Strayhorn
Lloyd's Book of Numbers - Lloyd Strayhorn
Lloyd's Numbers & You Relationship Guide - Lloyd Strayhorn
Lloyd's Numerology & You Basic Workbook - Lloyd StrayhornChaldean & Pythagorean numerology both have definitions of numbers, but Pythagorean doesn't focus on compound numbers the way Chaldean does. Aside from Master Numbers (11, 22, 33) compound numbers are reduced to a singular number in Pythagorean. Below are some of the definitions, I have not included the compound numbers. Please refer to Star Signs by Linda Goodman for those. They're quite extensive, as are the definitions for singular numbers in that book. Giving you even more insight to these numbers. The definitions I'm giving are how these numbers are defined when being used to understand/describe a person. This is to help you become more familiar with the way you can work with numbers & reading others, or yourself. The books I've shared in the previous post are helpful in expanding past that. As I've mentioned before the interpretation of number meanings, is similar to Tarot or Oracle, where we do develop our interpretation of the card- in alignment with it's by the book definition. I have also included some of the occupations that are associated with these singular numbers. When it comes to these describing people, it doesn't mean all the traits will apply (positive & negative) at once, these are possible traits that can effect us through out our lifetime.
Positive: Ambitions, driven, creative, commanding, bold, do-er, aggressive (balanced), inventive, leader, starter, original, determined, self-driven/not easily influenced, always #1, always a winner, & associated with "beginning".
Negative: Bossy, bully, aloof, arrogant, dominating, cold, egotistical, tyrannical, impatient, no direction, weak, fearful, dependent.
Occupations: Architect, business, director, entrepreneur, doctor, lawyer, pioneer, politico or president, scientist, manager, writer, organizer, officer.
Positive: Agreeable, adaptable, considerate, charming, diplomatic, harmonious/friendly, loving, modest, peaceful, receptive, tactic/persuasive, understanding.
Negative: Apathetic, deceptive, impressionable, easily-led/influenced, lack of ambition, moody, liar, petty, self conscious, clepto - collects items & people, feelings etc, & holds onto them.
Occupations: Chef, accountant, civil servant, diplomat, mediator, editor, engineer, librarian, poet, psychic, musician, file clerk.
Positive: Ambitious, articulate, confident, cheerful, expressive, emotionally free, imaginative, popular/sociable, talented, optimistic.
Negative: Cruel, boastful, can become deeply depressed, indulgent/extravagant (overly), jealous/gossiper, worrier, lack of discipline, superficial/vain, all talk (loves to talk it up, but not actually do it).
Occupations: Creatives from artists, to beauticians, cartoonists, actors, dancers, jewelers & musicians etc, socialites, also day care operator or night club owner.
Positive: Calm, disciplined, accurate/factual, honest, loyal, practical, solid person, orderly/organized, efficient.
Negative: brutal/critical, pessimistic, dogmatic, revengeful, violent, will forgive but never forget, unpredictable, fearful, slow to make moves.
Occupations: They are sometimes considered the odd person out, I find that they can & do often make a place for themselves in the world.
Positive: Adaptable/changeable, adventurer/freedom loving, clever, loves movement, magnetic, enthusiastic, daring, multifaceted/multidimensional.
Negative: Indifferent, careless, irritable, nervous, over indulges in substances & sex, wasteful, vulgar.
Occupation: Anything with travel or exploring, whether that's the pilot or the passenger (literally), sales, science, writer, spoken word, & public speaking, investor.
Positive: Love & beauty (loves to love, loves all things beautiful, is considered the number of love), guardian/protective, kind, friend & family oriented, responsible, magnetic.
Negative: Doubtful & slow to make decisions, domestic tyrant (tyrannical towards home, friends, & fam), irresponsible, self righteous, wants to be worshipped/only object of affection.
Occupation: Social worker, teacher, fashion designer, actor, creative etc, nurse, real estate, waiter.
Positive: Analytical/Perfectionist, mystic, faithful, inner-knowing/intuitive, loves metaphysics, religious, researcher, FULL of insight & wisdom.
Negative: Worriers/cynical, fault finder/nit picker, suppresses emotions, malicious, cold, lonely, sarcastic.
Occupation: Astrologist/psychic/mystic/healer/minister, researcher, physicist, authority figure, doctor, actor.
Positive: Determined/focused with a high ability to succeed, magnetic, thinker, thorough - eye for detail, powerful, money-maker, good discernment, organized, perseveres.
Negative: Domineering, evil, greedy (as a result of fearing loss), oppressive, schemer, oppressive, cruel/bully, unjust actions/being involved in injustice, power hungry/
Occupation: Authority figure in general, top dog when it comes to money (financial expert, CEO, banker, executive, big business), professor, supervisor, politician, lawyer.
Positive: Artistic, humanitarian, inspiration/motivational, strong willed, universal/global outlook (high), brotherly/sisterly.
Negative: Argumentative/confrontational, immoral (in excess), impressionable, narrow minded, resentful/bitter, unrealistic dreamer, lack of focus, loses hearing easily, quick temper/to anger.
Occupation: Artist or creative, astrologer, spiritualists, judge/military/police/firefighter - does well in a uniform, world leaders.
As I said these are a brief summary & look into what they mean in relation to people. This different systems of numerology are quite layered in the meanings of the numbers in relation to certain things, from people to healing work, gambling & more. This is an intro to better understand it so that as you continue learning with the books suggested, you will already be familiar. Which will make it easier to take in.
Manifestation Step 1: Choose What You Want To Manifest
When you decide on something specific to manifest, it’s vital that you know exactly why you want this specific thing in your life. And when you’re trying to manifest something in just 24 hours, you also have to pick something you believe you can manifest in a day.
So, for example, there’s little point in saying you want to start a new business in 24 hours unless you actually believe you can attain this goal in the next day. However, you may well believe that you can successfully manifest the next step in your journey to a new business in a day, in which case you might set that as your goal (e.g. to complete a business plan, get a loan you need, or find someone to collaborate with).
When picking a thing to manifest, ask yourself the following questions:
Unfortunately, almost always there will be something standing in your way to success. This shouldn’t scare you, this is just part of the whole manifestation process.
Keep an eye out for these three most common manifestation blocks:
• Negative beliefs/mindset
If you are in a bad place emotionally, you need to first get yourself into the right mindset before you can successfully manifest anything. You can’t be focusing on negativity and expect to attract good things into your life. So take some time to practice self-care. Try meditation and different stress-relief techniques.
• Toxic people
When you are working on manifesting your dream you need to make sure no one is holding you back. People who don’t believe in you, always criticize you and/or complain about everything are blocks that will keep you from doing your best.
Sometimes you just need to be patient. Everything you want will happen. but it will happen at the right time and for the right reasons. So if something isn’t happening for
Manifestation Step 3: Visualize What You Want To Manifest
You probably already know the basics of visualization and have at least tried to practice those techniques a couple of times. On your current manifestation quest, start by going somewhere that’s quiet and private, and spend just a minute on visualizing the thing you want.
Pour all your energy and concentration into seeing it with your mind’s eye, and let all the good feelings about the object or outcome well up inside you
This step works best if you do a multi-sensory visualization; if you can see, hear, smell, touch and (if relevant) taste the outcome you’re looking to create. Make it as real as you possibly can, so it’s almost like it’s yours already.
Add as many details as you can, and don’t try to imagine exactly how the thing or outcome becomes yours; instead, focus solely on the end result of receiving what you desire.
Don’t think about how your desired object or outcome will manifest and don’t try to see it coming to you through any particular person or means. Your focus should be on the end result of receiving the thing of your desire.
Manifestation Step 4: Take Action To Manifest What You Want
You can spend the rest of your day pretty much living as you normally would; there isn’t any particular action you need to take in order to make manifestation possible (your intentions are what will determine your success). Rather, once you’ve finished steps 1-2 as described above, you are just waiting for what you want to appear.
However, if you feel the urge to do something specific; whether it immediately makes sense or it’s more of an intuition-based yearning. Then consider follow your gut and taking that action. If it feels natural, do it!
If you find that you don’t get the outcome you want within 24 hours or less, look back at the first two steps and go back through them. Sometimes, writing down what you want (and some of the answers to the specific questions posed) can give the universe the extra nudge it needs to fuel your manifestation.
There are some common reasons why you might not be manifesting quickly. In particular, consider whether you’re doubting the process; do you either not believe you’ll get what you ask for because you don’t think you deserve it, or perhaps doubt whether it’s possible to manifest using the Law of Attraction?
Any kind of negative feelings (e.g. anxiety, worry, anger, and doubt) or negative beliefs can inhibit your results.
Manifestation Step 5: Recognize And Appreciate
Although this final step might not look that significant at first glance, it can actually do a lot to shape your manifestation potential in the future. Basically, the key thought here is that you need to fully appreciate what you have once you achieve your goal. It can be easy to forget that you asked for what you received, so take proactive steps to prevent this.
Go back to what you first thought and felt when you were visualizing your desired object or outcome, and connect those experiences with the new experience of having what you want. Consider the tangible proof you have that thoughts are things, and that thinking in a certain way can create concrete changes in the world around you.
The more you make this connection and emphasize it, the better you’ll be at manifesting in the future (as you’ll replace negative, limiting beliefs and doubts with confident, positive thoughts and feelings).
1) Crush the cinnamon and mint together and add patchouli oil.
2) Anoint the candle with the blend in an upward motion and place it in the direction of where the sun comes up
LIGHT IT FOR THE NEXT THREE MORNINGS AT SUNRISE
1. Add the ingredients ( not the crystal) to a teapot and add boiling water... let it steep for 10 mins
2. Drink the tea while holding on tight to your crystal. Keep the tourmaline close and drink the tea as often as you like until you feel back to normal.