Seeing Number 11 and Symbolic Duality (Synchroblog Project) As part of our current synchroblog topic, I chose the number 11 as a symbolic concept of duality.
Seeing number 11 is not an uncommon phenomenon. Indeed, I get many emails from folks who see the number eleven consistently, and in response, I’ve written further symbolic thoughts on number eleven here. As you will see on these posts, I propose the symbolism of number eleven deals with: CongruencyOpeningBalance We garner these meanings through an understanding of numerology (both in the traditional Pythagorean sense, as well as an intuitive/interpretive psychic sense). We glean information on the number eleven by investigating its numeric master, which is number one. BeginningsAction FocusUnion However, reduced the number eleven morphs into the vibrational resonance of number two (1+1=2).
DecisionPolarityReproductionBalance But what does this have to do with duality? Spiritual Meaning of Number Eleven. Spiritual Meaning of Numbers. Every number has a certain power which is expressed both by its symbol to denote its representation and by its connection to universal principles.
Numbers have relationships with all things in nature, thus making them supremely powerful symbolic expressions. At its most basic, numerology is the study of numbers and their influence in our lives, but there is so much more potential. I love numerology because it's a thread of understanding that can be pulled, and pulled and pulled - ad infinitum. Numerology offers so many facets to understanding a single event. The esoteric meaning of numbers can be a real code-cracker of our life experience.
Having said that, see below for a simple guide to the spiritual meaning of numbers. A Quick Guide to Meaning of Numbers What comes next? You may also be interested in my blog post on symbolic meaning of zero here. Good Luck Number Meaning. Lucky Number Meanings This page on good luck number meaning is one of a series of pages I've offered in the vein of good luck symbols.
As you read through this good luck number meaning page, just bear in mind - luck is ours to make. It's my contention that all numbers hum a certain vibration or frequency. Therefore, all numbers have a lucky feel to them because of specific energetic patterns, vibrations and history. Here are a few for your consideration... Symbolism of Water. Diving Deep into Water Meanings I've been asked about the symbolism of water outside of the Christian/Biblical realm.
Fascinating subject and I'm grateful for the question. My response is as follows: Snake Symbolic Meaning. Snake Meaning and Symbolism Snake symbolic meaning, overwhelmingly and in various cultures, deals with primordial life force and usually turns our attention to gender supremacy (both male and female).
Consequently, snakes span the symbolic bridge between lunar and solar associations as well as aspects between water and fire. Coiled within this polarity, we clearly see symbolism of duality and the search for balance. Chinese Zodiac Signs and Meanings. Chinese Zodiac Signs and Their Meanings The Chinese zodiac signs are determined by the lunar year in which you were born.
The Chinese believe the animal ruling one's birth year has a profound influence on personality, and destiny. The saying is: "This animal hides in your heart. " Unlike Western astrology, it does not look the heavenly constellations or planets to predict one's destiny. Rather, Chinese astrology deals with divining sciences of wuxing or the five elements (earth, fire, water, metal, wood), Yin and Yang, Chi, and the cycles of time. Legend has it that inception of the Chinese zodiac signs began when the Buddha beckoned all the animals to bid him farewell before his departure from the Earth. You can determine your animal sign by referring to the year you were born and matching it up with the corresponding animal in the chart below.
Years Corresponding to Chinese Zodiac Signs Below are the Chinese Zodiac signs, and the characteristics that correspond to each one. Chinese zodiac. The Shēngxiào, literally "birth likeness"), also known in English as the Chinese zodiac ("zodiac" derives from the similar concept in Western Astrology and means "circle of animals"), is a scheme and systematic plan of future action, that relates each year to an animal and its reputed attributes, according to a 12-year cycle.
It remains popular in several East Asian countries, such as China, Vietnam, Korea and Japan. Name Identifying this scheme using the term "zodiac" reflects several similarities to the Western zodiac: both have time cycles divided into 12 parts, each labels at least the majority of those parts with names of animals, and each is widely associated with a culture of attributing influence of a person's relationship to the cycle upon their personality and/or events in their life. Nevertheless, there are major differences: the "Chinese" 12-part cycle corresponds to years rather than months.
Signs Stone carving of the Chinese zodiac Chinese calendar Days Life Number.