June 6, 2023

Numerology for 6/7/2023

About the Author: Suzanne Wagner
By Published On: June 6, 2023Categories: Astrology/Numerology

Numerology for 6/7/2023


6/7/2023 is the number 20.

6 + 7 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 3 = 20.
2 + 0 = 2

In Yogic Numerology, the Number 2 reminds us that too often we think too much, make up excuses as to why we can’t do something, and tell ourselves stories that are not true. This type of thing happens when we believe that the value of our mind and our thoughts are greater than the experiences we could be having if we just let go and had more fun.
Too often we pick things that we believe will give us money and security, when we should be picking things that give us joy, connection with others and allow us every day to appreciate the small miracles that will constantly arise if we let them.
In other words, too often we pick what we think will eventually get us to our goals instead of picking a lifestyle that will allow us to find peace, contentment, and a life that offers up creative expressions.
I see lots of people that are stuck in situations that do not make them happy but the goal they have laid out is often around money, security, and retirement.
While in this modern world those things are very important, it is also important to create a life that one wants to live in and be able to relish each precious moment.
I have picked jobs that have given me great joy, allowed in magic, and careers that showed me worlds previously unknown to me. Life is supposed to be an exploration not a goal.
Celebrate those things that allow us to feel fulfilled and happy. Too often we allow terrible situations to continue because we believe they offer us the money that we deserve.
But life is not just about acquiring security. It is about creating a life that is something of pride and shared joy at the end. Because as all of us age, what we did not do and the dreams that our mind talked us out of … can be the source of great regret.
At the end of this life, I hope that everyone is not trapped by the thoughts of the moments that we did not risk and stretch towards something grand.
I hope that at the end of this life your body is exhausted by the adventures, stories, and connections from your wild and wonderful experience in this reality. So that in the dying process there are no regrets, there are no tears, and there is only love and appreciation for this wonderful life.
~Suzanne Wagner~

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