Definition of Number 9
This is the last of the single digit numbers and the end of the primary numerological cycle. Not surprisingly, then, 9 is the number that brings things to a close. Every ending launches a new beginning; therefore, 9 is both the end and the starting point, the place that initiates something fresh like the phoenix rising out of the ashes.
9 is quite a complex number. It's three 3s, and if you turn it on its head it turns into a 6. 9 is an intricate blend of 3, and 6 all rolled into one conclusive vibration. It's innovative and creative like 3, kind and compassionate like 6, and then it takes all of that and lifts it into a new, higher frequency of being. Anything-positive or challenging-that comes from the influence of 9 comes straight from the soul, on an elevated and spiritual level.
As awesome as this sounds, it's not all hearts and flowers. Spiritual growth is frequently challenging, and because 9 is such a high vibration, it's easy for it to create elitism where it appears in your numerology reading. If you shut yourself off from what doesn't interest you, from what you feel has no relevance when it comes to your path and your spiritual development, you shut yourself off from the very circumstances-and people-who have been sent to teach you.
The more 9s you have in your numerology reading, the more chances there are that this is one of your last lifetimes learning these particular sets of lessons. As refined as 9 can be, it ahsl has the potential to be aloof. Look to the areas of your numerology where 9 dominates. This shows you where you have to pay particular attention that you integrate fully into life, no matter how uncomfortable that might be, so that you can learn what 9 is sent to teach you, and elevate your spirit to the next vibration.
TERM OF THE DAY
This astrology system from China is based on a 12 year cycle. There are twelve animals and five elements in the system. The attributes of each animal affect the year associated with that animal as well as the people born in that year. The elements follow a five year cycle. The 12 Chinese zodiac animals are rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. The five Chinese zodiac elements are metal, wood, fire, water and earth.Read the full Chinese Zodiac definition
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