One’s and Nine’s — Lessons to be Learned

June 10th, 2013 by Cheryl Leave a reply »

“An important lesson has been understood. Now something full of wonder will unfold. When a cycle has completed itself, your energy field expands to encompass new things. Now you will learn to be more attentive to what develops right from the start, thus gaining a higher perspective… Allow your consciousness to carry you into the dimension that wants to be explored as you cross the threshold.”    

~ Gayan Silvie Winter and Jo Dose

 

A Facebook friend shared this quote this morning, which reminds me a bit of the numerology meanings for 1 & 9: beginnings and endings. Have you ever thought about it?

The numerology meaning of the number One is unity, beginnings, God, masculine, creative, and a symbol of physical and mental activity. It’s a number that expresses leadership and spotlight-type individuality. 

Nine represents achievement and completion. The goal is to culminate, complete and finish all endeavors. It holds the energy of all the numbers before it, and thus can be highly challenging.

Have you ever noticed that once in a while opportunities come to us that would have us go backward (in the time between our ears) — to see an old friend, to return to a prior company for a job opening, to live in a neighborhood long left behind. It stirs in us memories, perhaps opening our heart to “good times”.  But, sometimes what we may be attracting is yet-unfinished business. You think, wow–this would be a chance for a do-over. Yes!  And off you went.

How did that work for you? Did you gain what you sought? Or was the de-ja-vu just a reawakening of the truth:  at the time (it) ended, the change was indeed your own readiness for a new start?

On the other hand, returning to “visit” can have a restorative feeling to it.  Exploring the decisions and relationships long gone-by allows us to be grateful to all that occurred in our lives, bringing us to this moment, the here-and-Now!

Yes, it is true that there are cycles of life. Books have been written that say dealing with (rather than ignoring) the aspects of life as we are living them may be the easiest solution–rather than welcoming those issues back to “haunt” us later.  Those opportunities to close one door and walk through a new one can be scary and maybe disconcerting; it feels much easier to make no change at all, especially when there are multiple choices.  And yet, as in the meaning of a 9, allowing an “ending” really can be a chance to ascend to a new level of thinking, to connect with the Divine (your own divine, co-creator self) and thus to begin again.

A website summarizes, “the qualities of the number 9 are those of leadership, the ability to see clearly, integration, the three worlds – physical, intellectual, spiritual, last symbol before return to unity, ability to understand, inborn talents, compulsions, introspection, personal integrity, unity, truth, perfection, concord, dissolves ego attachments, challenges faced in looking for your own wisdom…”  Passing through a phase of 9 energy isn’t so bad after all – look at all we gain from it!

The  number 9 suggests we are simply concluding some business, and can now recognize how we are ready for whatever that new thing may be. We will soon start a new cycle, and have become better armed to cross over into that new arena because of the culminating process that is being released. It’s not about scarcity or loss – it’s about preparing and welcoming.

One is the number of beginnings, further clarified when we understand that One represents both kinds of action: physical and mental. We’re lighting the lamps to lead the way.  When, we begin to see Ones recurring in our lives, it indicates a time to exert our natural forces, take action, and start a new venture. Are you ready?

“An important lesson has been understood. Now something full of wonder will unfold.” 

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