Numerology/Astrology for 3/7/21
3/7/21 is the number = 15.
Add the 3 + 7 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 1 = 15. 1 + 5 = 6.
The Number 6 reminds us of that pure heart that beats within our chest. That pure love is still there. But life forces us to hide and protect that heart again and again. That, in turn, diminishes the light in our eyes. We lose that sparkle and that effervescence. We are that bubbly passionate light that wants to be free and play in the physical realm domains.
Today, how do we let that light a bit more out? How do we find the courage to allow the brilliant truth of who we are to be seen again? And how do we learn to honor and protect not just ourselves but that pure expression in others?
I want a world where that light does not diminish in the eyes of children. I want a world where adults ruthlessly defend that precious light in the young. And I want a world where we are taught to be respectful of the young and have harsh consequences for those that harm children.
After all, the number 6 is the number of purity. And religion valued it so much that they developed monasteries to attempt to protect it. Of course, that did not work because you must teach people from a young age to respect those most vulnerable and delicate. We have a very long way to go. Start today to shift how you ignore abuse and do not speak up. Start to have constructive conversations.
Today is a very constructive and practical day. The strength and determination of a Capricorn Moon sets the tone for the next two days.
The Moon and Uranus are friendly in the evening. It makes the practical ways have a new twist. Many changes are going to be developed over the next few months. Take things in small steps. Try to enjoy the process along the way.
Try to figure out the steps that will be necessary over the next year and make a plan. Then do your best to be self-sufficient and constructive in your approach. Responsibilities are high, and it will be essential to keep things in focus.
All women like chocolate; it’s like female catnip.
~Richard Paul Evans~
Saturday morning, I am taking off right now. I need a chunk of time to navigate the next things for my uncle’s estate probate. Some banks require tons of steps. At this moment, I look at how complicated everything has become. I wonder if this is necessary. I know that it is required to make sure that money is not stolen, but the layers of regulation are shocking. I have spent 8 hours total at one bank for one account. Surely this could be easier. Surely we can develop systems that protect without causing so much constraint and effort on the part of so many. I feel bad for the bankers. The layers of paperwork are unbelievable. And it is redundant.
Regulation, while necessary, does not need to be strangulating.