One way to start to use numerology in your daily life is to know the number of the day. The global number of the day is a single-digit number that is different than the calendar day number. The numbers that mark the passage of time can all reveal portals of energy that we can tap into. What that means is that we can know what days are going to have certain types of energy so we can be prepared and use our energy efficiently
Today number: 7
Its energy: A day of deeper meaning. Meditate, study, research, and investigate artistic subjects. Expand your creativity, and intuitive abilities. This is a psychically powerful day; take advantage of it. You may want to play your hunches on this day.
There is a tendency to lose your calm and feel disturbed on this personal day 7. You should try to avoid conflicts and maintain a calm and composed demeanor throughout. Make extra effort to stay calm and composed throughout the day. There is a tendency to get upset, confused and frustrated soon. You should avoid it.
Starting each day with this Tarot reading is a terrific way to get psyched for all the possibilities—and avoid possible pitfalls.
Today tarot card: The Hanged Man
Today tarot card description: The Hanged Man is one of the most mysterious cards in the tarot deck. It is simple, but complex. It attracts, but also disturbs. It contradicts itself in countless ways. The Hanged Man is unsettling because it symbolizes the action of paradox in our lives. A paradox is something that appears contradictory, and yet is true. The Hanged Man presents to us certain truths, but they are hidden in their opposites.
The main lesson of the Hanged Man is that we “control” by letting go – we “win” by surrendering. The figure on Card 12 has made the ultimate surrender – to die on the cross of his own travails – yet he shines with the glory of divine understanding. He has sacrificed himself, but he emerges the victor. The Hanged Man also tells us that we can “move forward” by standing still. By suspending time, we can have all the time in the world.
In readings, the Hanged Man reminds us that the best approach to a problem is not always the most obvious. When we most want to force our will on someone, that is when we should release. When we most want to have our own way, that is when we should sacrifice. When we most want to act, that is when we should wait. The irony is that by making these contradictory moves, we find what we are looking for.