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’s number: 4
Its energy: A day for catching up on matters that have fallen to the wayside. Deal with routine issues, and deal with chores accordingly. It may seem boring or redundant, but doing dealing with practical matters will assure order and steadiness in your future.
This is the day of maximum hard work and be successful in your business affairs. You should cherish the fruitful results generated by your hard work. The 4 Personal Day is to make every labor you put as fruitful as you can. It is an auspicious day to settle business dealings. You should be proud of everything you do today.
Starting each day with this Tarot reading is a terrific way to get psyched for all the possibilities—and avoid possible pitfalls.
Today’s tarot card: Nine of Swords
Today’s tarot card description: It makes sense that the figure on the Nine of Swords is in bed because it is during the night that our griefs and regrets come to mind most intensely. The quiet darkness strips away the distractions of the day, leaving us alone with our thoughts. Who has not lain awake at 4 A.M. filled with worries that refuse to go away? The Nine of Swords represents this unhappiness which can strike us at any time.
Unlike the pain of the Three of Swords which seems to come from without, the Nine of Swords represents the pain that we generate from within. What tortures do we put ourselves through when our fears and doubts overwhelm us. Worry is probably the most common. Have I done enough? Will everything work out OK? What am I going to do? The thoughts go round and round – impossible to turn off.
Guilt is another source of pain. When we have done something that we feel is wrong or hurtful – or failed to do something we think we should have – the distress can be very real. It is worse when nothing we do relieves the bad feelings or makes them go away. Finally, there is just pure anguish. Sometimes the pain of life is so total that all we feel like doing is crying into our hands.
Needless to say, the Nine of Swords is not the most pleasant of cards, but it doesn’t always indicate major distress. Often it is just a sign of some element of unhappiness or trouble – a vulnerable spot in your life. This card is often a warning from your Inner Guide that the path you are going down may be a difficult one. If you approach the Nine of Swords in this spirit – as a caution sign – you will be able to use it constructively. Examine your situation carefully to be sure you are making the best choices. Even a small change can make all the difference.