NUMBERS ARE MUCH MORE than a medium of measurement, because they represent qualities — and they represent energy. The year 2014 is a number 7. In Numerology, that is arrived at by adding each of the numbers together: 2+0+1+4 =7.
Seven is the number of magic and mystery, having the ability to see far beneath the naked eye, the analyzer, to be reserved and thoughtful, to listen and not speak, to go inward (to meditate), to obtain knowledge and wisdom, to enjoy solitude, to be philosophical and, most importantly, to educate. Universally, the year 2014 is going to educate us and help us gain knowledge, take an interest in the unknown, be sincere and have great depth of feeling.
When we look at the meaning of the individual numbers in 2014, we see far more:
- The number 2: Share and cooperate with others, be patient, be compassionate, and be considerate of others. My favorite definition of 2 is follow the Golden Rule and “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
- Zero stands for a circle; simply put, we can fill this circle with good things or bad things — the choice is ours. The important thing to remember with the zero is to complete as many things as we can, so have courage to finish the things that you start. The more you do this, the better things will be.
- The number 1: positive attributes are pioneering, powerful, aggressive, creative, independent, original, a leader, ambitious, decisive, single-minded, a self-starter who can totally take care of self; negative attributes are intolerant, obstinate, tyrannical, egotistical, lazy, lacking in self-confidence, and indecisive.
- The number 4: manifesting, taking unseen ideas and making them solid, to build, organize, to be frugal or practical, to be trustworthy, tenacious, having boundaries, to be firm, cautious, stable, devoted.
In 2014, we are at a time when we can enjoy the magic of life. Take an interest in what others are saying; take time to enjoy your solitude. Read more, and start to meditate if you don’t do it now. Take an interest in the mysteries of life. Most importantly, listen to what others have to say. If a thought pops into your head, write it down for future reference.