In Numerology – Six is symbolic of balance, security, pleasure, entertaining, socialising, dining, celebrating, respect, promotion, wellbeing, achievements, victory, planning, travel, and friendships. Six stimulates good energy, high energy! Success!
Indicating strong relationships with children, grandchildren, negotiations regarding their education, play and safeguarding. Fostering or adoption, Conception and Fertility. Or, it can simply indicate reflecting upon your own inner child. Allowing you to retreat back to memories of your own childhood: places, people, puberty – enabling you to reconnect with your childhood dreams.. perhaps you always wanted to be an artist yet ‘life’ got in the way – but now you are finding yourself yearning for that dream to be fulfilled. It is never too late. Six teaches you how to bring change into your life, and how to best transform self in view of that change.
“Gaia, the ultimate nurturer, the giver of unconditional love. She, in all her many splendours, is the foundation for the numerology meanings of Number 6. As the sixth of all numbers, 6’s symbolism is that of home and hearth, loving relationships of every kind and deep compassion bordering on empathy.”
Everything is energy. Everything communicates with us, in that essence of respect for energy of numbers – let’s look at how the number six is exhibited and understood throughout our world.
In Cycles : In our calendar, the sixth month is June. Where sun shines and all the natural world blossoms. It indicates summer days, picnics, seaside visits, country walks and all things blended in harmony. Everything is bathed in golden light and the world bursts with gold; the symbol of achievement, success, good health, and riches.
In Feng Shui – six is the number of success. Business, abundant sales, wealth. In Chinese culture, six feng shui gold money coins are placed in particular energy spots around home and work places to increase successes in finance. Allowing the flow of finance into to the purse, till, bank accounts. It is usual for Chinese businesses to place six coins wrapped in red silk ribbons, on files of customers, with business partnerships, and beneath doormats which welcome business into their establishments. It is customary in China, as I saw upon my visits to China and Hong Kong, lots of these everywhere, dotted around homes, and businesses, six coins wrapped in red silk ribbon by hanging the doors, under seats, beneath cash registers, in water fountains and they place the coins in the relevant finance/wealth areas of rooms in which they live or work. The coins have to be either renewed, or cleansed, after each year, by leaving out in the moonlight for at least four hours, then bathed in rock salt, to reuse the energy. Have you tried it with your money? Your personal wealth or Business success? Perhaps you are inspired to do this year. Good Luck!
In Astrology the sixth house represents Work and Health. Service to self, body, mind, spirit, and also in work, business, sole trading, employment. It also shows how we present ourselves in our working life. How we face adversities, coping with those changes to the best of our ability. The Sixth astrological house is Virgo and the sixth house is ruled by Mercury. Mercury ruling our communications with others in the business world. Whatever the job role, and wherever, you can perhaps try to best understand if you are in the right job, or how best to promote yourself into higher regard, by looking at your own Astrological Birth Chart. Six therefore being the very best focus upon your career path and hence, wellbeing in that chosen field.
Buddhisim: “The six true words: Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum is the most common mantra in Tibet, recited by Buddhists, painted or carved on rocks, prayer wheels, or yak skulls and seen around Tibet very commonly. According to Tibetan culture, it is said that all the teachings of Buddha are contained in this mantra, and that to know the phrase is to know enlightenment. In the Buddhist tradition, special words are repeated over and over again until they begin to gather a certain “emptiness”. The word emptiness here does not mean one experiences nothing, but rather it is about experiencing ourselves in the moment, without the usual attachment of ego. There is no emptiness, but rather we are filled with an inner awareness, which give us the intuitive knowledge to save ourselves from suffering.”
In Tarot, the sixth major arcana card, is the Lovers. The meaning of which speaks for itself. Relationships, love, laughter, togetherness, compatibility, choices, adventure, strength, purpose, transformations, security.
I love the Lovers Card in tarot, it symbolises love of arts, music, creativity, pleasure, travel, fun, warmth and passion. I have great respect for the energy of number 6.
I used to live in No. 6 and that is where I became pregnant, enjoying the first four years of my motherhood, before moving home. I deeply understand the relevance therefore of my house number where I conceived my child and enjoyed every moment of my pregnancy. My bond with my son established as six flows through our lives continuously in the connection of six, with his child, my grandchild being born on the 6th day. I myself chose my date very carefully last year, choosing the date in the sixth month as it contained three sixes, symbolising great feng shui energy and the whole of that date: 16.06.2016 being 22 in total. A fabulous day!
Angelic 22 – I shall go into on another future blog!
How are you connecting with the number six? Does it feature in your life. Have you noticed how many references there is to teaching and sharing from the description above. Have you thought about further education.
Does the energy of Six inspire you?
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