Numerology Number Vibration 2
This vlog is in continuation to the previous log where we learn how to calculate the Life Path Number/Destiny Number, Name Number, Personality Number and the Soul Number
Numerology is the language that allows you to see the extra-ordinary pattern that exists in numers. Every number has its own specific vibrations. These vibrations affect human body in the same way as waves, light and sound do.
There are many genres in numerology, amongst which two are more popular, and they are Chaldean Numerology and Pythagorean Numerology. Chaldean Numerology is the most ancient numerology which developed in Babylonia. Pythagorean Numerology is the one developed by Pythagoras. Most of us know Pythagoras for his theorem of the right angled triangle. But, very few of us know that he was also an Astrologer, a Numerologist, a Musician and a renowned Spiritual Guru. His Spiritual Group was known as the Pythagoreans.
The video shows the calculation of the Name Number (which shows your personal and professional development), the Personality Number (which shows how you portray yourself to the outside world or how the world sees you) and the Soul Urge Number (which shows what you feel about yourself inside). . .
In this log, we learn about the characteristics of the Numerology Number 2, vibrations of number 2, the meaning of its shape and what does recurring number 2 mean.
The Numbers 1 to 9 in Indian Numerology. . . Also the master numbers 11 and 22. . .
One (1): The numerology meaning of this number is unity, beginnings, God, masculine, creative, symbol of physical and mental activity. There’s a tendency to being organized, and ambitious. They are forerunners and original thinkers. Leadership or a position of power is where they’re happiest. Often, they are loners, and can be aggressive. The ambition to succeed can overshadow good judgment. The biggest lesson for ones is to dim that spotlight. . . sit back sometimes to recognize and appreciate the light in others.
Two (2): Dualist beliefs, Gnostic. This is a feminine numerology meanings number with traits like yielding, receptive, accepting, forgiving, passive, uncomplicated and stable. But, twos make things or groups function more efficiently. Devotion to truth and simplicity is of major importance. They are followers, good subordinates and team members. Often too subservient, which others perceive as weak or shy because of their natural gentleness. Because of their natural tendencies towards peace and diplomacy, they can appreciate both sides of an argument, and are good mediators. Their path in life is to nurture, and make the ideas of others shine. . . make their systems work.
Three (3): Masculine. The Holy Trinity, (father, son, and holy ghost). Threes are active, harmonious, pleasure–loving, and they bring joy to others as indicated by their numerology meaning. Many politicians are threes with excellent conversational skills, but they can often be superficial. They give hope to others who see the dark side of things. These shining lights work hard to stop negativity from entering into their lives. The good in something usurps the bad every time. They are born mediators between 1 and 2 to draw them together. Extreme versatility and highly sociable attitudes make them well liked. Threes meet and live life head on.
Four (4): Feminine. The number of matter in numerology meanings. Represents 4 seasons, 4 elements, 4 directions, 4 sides to a cube. Fours mirror magical geometry and buildings. They are stable, rigid, sure-footed, determined to reach their goals in a straight line. Often they are so focused on their goal they miss the small pleasures of life. These stable, security loving people are often unmoving and dull. Fours biggest challenge is to find the “middle of the road”, so they have balance in their lives.
Five (5): Masculine. Number of the senses, four limbs and one head make five main projections from the torso. Stars. Fives are likely to be restless, lively, adventuresome, quick-thinking, and quick-tempered. They love change and challenge, but take too many risks