More Information About Seeing the Same Numbers Over and Over
Seeing the same number or numbers over and over is a very common occurrence, based on the inquiries about the phenomenon I receive regularly (at least a few times each week, on average).
Please see my original blog post on the subject.
It’s important to understand the power of the subconscious mind (otherwise known as the unconscious) when exploring the wonder of recurring numbers.
Your subconscious mind knows what time it is, always. Directing your conscious attention–your conscious mind—to a specific time of day is perfectly within the capacity of your subconscious mind.
Besides seeing the actual digits, your mind may be drawn to recurring numbers of things: you happen to see 7 birds sitting on a fence, then 7 cars parked in front of an office building, then 7 flowers in a vase, then you happen to overhear a stranger mention something about having “7 things to do tonight,” all within a few hours period.
Numbers are the basis of everything, they represent quantities and qualities, synchronistic occurrences probably happen more than you realize, and sometimes it can be rather interesting, even disconcerting when you tap into the recurring number phenomenon.
A possible solution to evicting such an impression from your subconscious mind (if it is your subconscious), like the song lyrics that won’t stop playing in your mind, is through meditation.
There is no “This Means That” Answer
Trying to figure out why your subconscious mind has a fixation with a specific time and, or number, isn’t easy.
In attempting to decipher the meaning behind seeing the same number over and over, it’s impossible to link a single number with a specific circumstance (e.g., “9 means endings in your love life”) because there are multiples of circumstances under each of the three basic forms associated with every number (balanced, over-balanced, and under-balanced). Narrowing it down to the most appropriate meaning usually takes quite a lot of work.
Then there is the issue of subjective interpretation, such as in the case where someone decides they love the number 6, for example, because it has “always meant good things,” or that the number 4007 is “lucky,” and they may make it so through self-fulfilling prophesy (or at least they think the related circumstance are lucky—someone else may not).
Hence, the “this means that” approach, assigning a specific life circumstance or event to a single number is worthless.
The best approach in figuring out the meanings of a number is to first identify its basic qualities. Examples of balanced, over-balanced, and under-balanced forms of the root numbers 1-9 are shown at the bottom of this article.
Reflect and meditate on how the meanings of any recurring numbers in your life referenced in the above linked page relate to you.
When interpreting multiple-digit numbers, reduce all the numbers to a single digit through fadic addition. The single digit, the root number, is the most important number. For instance, 6731 = 6+7+3+1 = 17 = 1+7 = 8.
Note that an individual number’s strength within a multiple digit number is based on its position. In the above number, 6 is stronger than 7, which is stronger than 3, which is stronger than 1. The final, reduced digit, 8, dominates.
Also note that the numbers 6000, 700, 30, and 1 within the number 6731 have relative representation, and that you should avoid erroneously, randomly chopping up a number like 6731 into 67, 73, and so on. I say erroneous because through empirical research this style has proven to be invalid. Besides, every effective cabala (sacred number or letter codes) throughout history avoids such practice.
The exception to this rule relates to glimpsing only part of a numerical sequence, such as only “seeing” the 77 of 5774, for example; your subconscious mind or higher-self is fixated on, thus your attention is drawn to, those two numbers only. In this case, delve into the meaning of 77 instead of 5774.
Far less common than a subconscious connection, in my view, is a super-conscious link. It’s somewhat of a common circumstance where the recurring numbers match patterns in the subject’s natal or timing charts, thus it’s probably more of a super-conscious (higher-self, etc.) connection. In which case, figuring out the “why” still isn’t easy.
Experience has shown me that select individuals seem to maintain a regular, uncommon association with other-dimensional planes, and number symbolism serves as a language to translate current and future predestined life circumstances and events. This way of life frequently demands an enormous amount of discipline, often involving a healthy lifestyle and some form of regular meditation.
Others hold an infrequent, occasional link to super-conscious number associations. Although my opinion is that spiritual guides on the other side are constantly sending helpful messages (even warnings) to you in various forms, to associate most recurring numbers with an angel or guide is a mistake.
As far-out as it sounds, my empirical research also shows me that there are plenty of not-so-pleasant other-dimensional energies always vying for your attention as well, and it’s absolutely within their power to pretend to be a helpful guide in attempting to sidetrack or mislead you. The more off-center, scattered, and fearful you are (especially if under the influence of alcohol or any mind-altering drug, including anti-depressants), the more likely you are tapping into malevolent energy and should be careful with the messages you receive.
While the phenomenon of seeing the same numbers over and over could involve a deceased loved one or elemental trying to get your attention, it’s much more likely an unconscious fixation, based on my findings.
Although there’s almost never an easy explanation about the meaning of the recurring numbers you see, you can get some idea through studying basic number mysticism, as outlined above.
Copyright © 2011 Scott Petullo