A reality that many people don’t want to face is the truth behind names and numbers. We all have different names and numbers, but there are some facts you should know about them before living in denial any longer. In this blog post we will discuss 7 realities about names and numbers that you need to be prepared for.
*Numbers are not numbers. In our society, we have two types of people: those who are aware the number is a symbol for something and those who don’t know that these symbols exist. The truth about numbers will change your mind forever because they’re symbols for energy frequencies.
No, there’s nothing mystical or special about them–they just represent different energies on Earth in much the same way colors can be used to show variations of light intensity. Numbers signify how someone interacts with their surroundings and what type of person they might be as well (e.g., an introvert).
Knowledge is power, it would seem, but this knowledge comes at a price since some people may use this information against you if you ever share it with them.
You can’t change your number, but you may be able to adjust it by changing the way you interact within the world on a day-to-day basis. You might even find that adjusting your energy frequency changes other people’s numbers in turn!
By understanding how these frequencies work together and what they represent, we gain knowledge about ourselves and others so we don’t have to go through life guessing anymore. This is empowering information because there are choices we can make based upon this that could change everything for us–whether as an individual or society at large. ~~
The more we understand about these frequencies, the closer to our true selves we get. We can’t change them per se, but if you’re willing to do some work on yourself and your frequency (and ours), then all of this information becomes a lot less scary! If that’s not enough motivation for you, just think about how amazing it is when someone tells us they love our name or wants to know what number their child will be born under. ~~
This blog post was sponsored by Interstellar Bridge Publishing–the first publisher who didn’t make me self-conscious because I wanted my book published anonymously. They are dedicated to helping people tell their stories without fear of being judged or ridiculed due to any past trauma experienced due to their race, gender identity, socioeconomic status etc.
This blog post is sponsored by Interstellar Bridge Publishing–the first publisher who didn’t make me self-conscious because I wanted my book published anonymously. They are dedicated to helping people tell their stories without fear of being judged or ridiculed due to any past trauma experienced due to their race, gender identity, socioeconomic status etc. ~~
*I’m not sure if this blog post will help you with anything in your specific situation but it’s a good idea for everyone (including children) to have some understanding about the meanings behind names and numbers so that they can be more prepared when someone asks them what name/number they want.*
Sophie Malloy author of the book, ~~
The Seven Realities About Names and Numbers We Hope You’re Prepared For:
Everyone has a name. The meaning of names can be interpreted in many different ways but there is one thing they have in common–they never change their meanings no matter how old you are or what path life takes you down. To see who others think about your name, go to my website at SophieMalloyAuthor.com where I’ve compiled all sorts of research on this topic. No-one knows for sure why the number “13” has such an unlucky connotation attached to it when statistically speaking people face more danger than ever before – not less as some might believe with things like terrorism etc.–but we do have some thoughts on why and we discuss them in the book. For a sneak preview of what’s to come, read this blog post.
We hope you’re prepared for difficult (and sometimes scary) realities about names and numbers because they happen every day. We think it’s better to face these truths head-on instead of living life oblivious or pretending nothing is wrong so that when one does inevitably strike your world will be too big for it alone with more people there supporting you than not! There are also many interesting tidbits on “rarity” which leads us into another reality–the rarity that can help someone find love just as easily as being rare can make society ostracize somebody who has had an unlucky circumstance like their name
I hope you’re ready to face some hard truths about names and numbers. You might be thinking, “What are these things?” And that’s a fair question.
Things like your first name or how old you are can have an impact on the way others think of who you are — but they shouldn’t define what kind of person you are. That responsibility is up to YOU!
You’re more than just your name, so keep reading for seven realities we want everyone to know. Spoiler alert: there aren’t any happy endings here (but don’t worry – it gets better).
No one likes being judged based on their number in society (#nojoke), which means that when people look at us because of it, we don’t always get to be seen as the person that’s standing there.
In other words: society tells us our worth based on a number or word. It doesn’t matter if you’re an A-list celebrity with millions of followers and tons of money — no one is exempt from this reality! And even if you are privileged by your name or age,
it’s still possible for people to hurt you because they judge who you should be solely based on these two things. That sucks when it happens (and sometimes does happen), but what can we do?
I have bad news for anyone reading this article: You might not ever stop being judged by how old or young you are, which totally blows because
The first truth is that numbers are not inherently good or bad.
An example of this can be seen when you compare the following two figures:
– $500,00 to -$500
The absolute value on both sides of these numbers is identical because they’re in different units (positive and negative dollars). The second figure might seem more positive than the first one because it’s a smaller number but if we were comparing apples to oranges, then the values would change by being converted from dollars to an apple for instance where 500 apples costs $100 and 500 apples cost $20,00. Numbers obviously don’t have inherent goodness or negativity–it all depends on what unit you measure them in! Our brains often see larger numbers – Names are not always straightforward – Numbers can change quickly and without warning – Remembering numbers is difficult for everyone, but there’s a good chance you’re worse at it than most. That’s okay! We’ve got some great tricks to help you out! – There will be times when your friends forget your number or get confused about who has the right one – don’t feel embarrassed by it; they’ll remember soon enough as long as they keep trying to call you back once in a while. Give them time and space if they need it and make sure that next time, either set up an easy way of getting ahold of each other (i.e., email addresses) or use someone else like their