Step Through Numerology – The Wrap Up

It has been my extreme pleasure to have brought you this series on the topic of Numerology. I use this information in my everyday life and have for decades. Why? Because it helps me to understand people and how they are relating to current situations. If my siblings are having a bad day, knowing their numerology helps me help them by understanding their battles better. If they ask me, I can explain why things are happening a certain way and they can see things differently.

I also use numerology when I give readings. By pointing out the numbers in the lives of my clients and the people in their lives, a lot of confusion is cleared. In fact, using the energy of the Personal Months and Personal Years is most helpful when people are trying to understand the “whys” and “whats” of their lives. They may be experiencing a year of change while their partner is going through a year of rocking and rolling emotions. Both seek validation but may find it difficult to get it from each other. Having a working knowledge of numerology can provide an explanation that can allow for some breathing room.  No, it doesn’t fix everything, but it provides food for thought as well as guidance and direction. How the client chooses to accept and apply the information makes the difference!

All the bits of information I have shared, can be considered Universal. Still, there are more things I have discovered about numerology that I haven’t found anywhere else. Let’s talk a little bit about that.

The month in which you were born, speaks to how people see you and relate to you. For instance, I was born in October, which is a 10. A ten is not a number between 1 and 9, and generally, we will reduce numbers to one of those smaller numbers. Anyway. The 10 of my birth month tends to have people see me as someone who is a bit off the charts!  A little out there, perhaps somewhat intense and mysterious. Is that me? To a point, yes. People who are experiencing grand transformations in their lives are drawn to me. I, too, am drawn to those people because I am always going through grand transformations, as opposed to just little changes. My life has always been a bit larger than life, which is what the 10 would signify.

I have also found that the numbers in our addresses can have a major influence in our lives. When I decided to look at the numbers connected to my address, I was blown away.  If you take my birth day numbers, the 10 of October and the 25 of my day, they add up to an 8. The numbers of my address, add up to an 8. There are 8 letters in the name of my street. There are 8 letters in the name of the City in which I live. AND there are 8 letters in the name of the State in which I live. Now, this may not mean much to anyone other than me, but when we moved into this house, I was a teenager and I hated it. Couldn’t wait to get out, move as far away as possible and never return unless it was merely for a visit. I left in 1979 (a year that adds up to an 8). Married a fella, moved all over the State and eventually moved out of state. When this house was left to me and my siblings, we all ended up moving back in and why not, we were the owners.

To make peace with why I was “brought back” I decided to look at what “numbers” were trying to say to me, so I meditated on it and I was told to check out the numbers I mentioned in the previous paragraph. The number 8 signifies an eternal connection to Source with an “as above, so below” thought process. I began to see that me being here in this house again, was to help me with becoming more and more in tune with Source, which I might also call the Divine. I know that for me to ever feel totally comfortable in this house, or be able to leave, I will have had to have mastered the lessons that the 8 is here to teach me. With a sense of curiosity and purpose, I have allowed this house and the number 8 to speak to me daily and I am becoming more enlightened as a result.

Some are curious as to why they are constantly seeing the same numbers all the time. Whenever they look at a clock, they see 11:11. Or every time they are aware of a license plate, it always has the same number as one they saw a week ago. Still, others find patterns in the length of time for relationships, such as employment, significant others or even friendships. The questions people will ask me are as varied and unusual as their lives and I believe that with a bit of digging, we can make their dots connect, using numerology.

Are there any insights you have discovered? If you would care to share, leave me a comment here on the blog. You are always welcome to email me at innerchildart (at) yahoo (dot) com if you like. I love talking about numerology. And I appreciate the opportunity I have had here, to do just that! Thank you!

Annette Rochelle Aben has been a professional numerologist for over two decades. She has written on this topic for international publications, taught workshops and given private lessons to individuals and small groups. Her consultations often focus around how people can make the most of their relationships by knowing and understanding the numbers in the lives of those around them.  Contact her at innerchildart (at) yahoo (dot) com for more information.

5 thoughts on “Step Through Numerology – The Wrap Up

  1. What an excellent series this has been, Annette. I recently figured out that my life path number is: 9, my Expression number is 7, and my soul urge number is a 5. Sound like me? I think I’ve told you before that the number 3 has always played a big role in my life, Tabitha’s birthday 31st, Amy’s birthday 13th, Billy’s birthday 21st, Ron’s birthday 12th, etc. They all have 3’s in the dates or add up to 3. I am fascinated by this numerology for sure. Eights are another number that I see often: 4/18/1958. My address is 8091… It’s a synchronicity for sure! Thanks for all the hard work you put into these lessons. I ❤ U!

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    1. Thank you, Colleen! I just love it when other people start to or have always noticed the numbers that comprise their lives. We can think it is coincidence, but in reality we walk into these situations for reasons other than the numbers involved. Yet, when we see the pattern, it can be mind blowing. Happy to bring this series to our blog, thank you for the opportunity. ❤

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  2. A superb article, Annette. Numerology fascinates me. I was a math and science major in school and loved every minute of it. I was off line when you started this series, so I need to go back and catch the previous posts. Thank you so much for sharing your vast knowledge of this subject, sister ❤

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    1. Thank you, Tina. I never realized that my fascination with numbers had an explanation… Part of what I wrote about here, I touched on in an earlier post but felt compelled to expand it a bit more here. There isn’t quite enough to write a full book so blog posts seemed to be the way to go. Woo hoo

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