To balance out the 3...I see them as being able to adjust to situations easily. I see them as a "happy-go-lucky" kind of person. They are always fun to be around even if that is a result of their spontaniety.
Yes I agree with you on the 9 and the "deep connection". I know I have trouble clarifying my thoughts at times. I basically feel nines are people who stand up for what they believe or have a "deep connection" to. They won't petition if they don't have a strong belief in what is being petitioned. They basically follow their heart.
I'll have to get the charts of my loved ones done to compare my impressions to the actual numbers. I don't want to "spoil" the rest of the course with knowing their numbers though. So I'll do that after we go over all the numbers including 11, 22, and 33. I know these are important numbers as well.
I related numbers to loved ones but I have no idea what number they really are. I based my thoughts after I thought about each numbers' characteristics. In the end that helped me put a clearer picture on my thoughts. Some numbers I couldn't think of anyone that related to it, and those are still a little fuzzy to me. I know I have a majority of 5's in my chart but in this case I relate my thoughts of the 5 to a friend of mine. I also see myself in 6 and 7 too. I can see some people a little in 7, 8, and 9 but not enough to really think they represent that number well.
I hope I'm going in the right direction here...I know people have several numbers that make up their overall personality. It would be interesting to see what my loved ones numbers are to see how well they fit my impressions here.
1. I see as someone who thrives on attention. Who thinks they are better than others in some way. I also see this number as having the ability to get things done. They don't rest and have to always be on the go. They are dedicated to what they do in whatever they are doing. I see my brother as a number one.
2. The yin and yang of numbers. A complete mixture of opposites. I see this as someone who understands the importance of balance and tries to keep things balanced. I also see this as someone who may let their own personal ideas interfere with seeing things from a different angle. I see my grandmother in this card.
3. The true "center of attention" number. I see this as someone who is not happy unless they are the "life of the party". There is no limit to what they can and will do to get that attention. One who can adapt to any situation so they never feel awkward. Contrastly I see this number as representing someone who can get a bit annoying. I see my best friend in this number.
4. Someone who lives by a strict code of conduct. They are on a particular path (whatever that may be) and can't be pushed off course. Once they get their mind set on something there's no stopping or turning back until the task is complete. I see this person as a "hard-ass" (excuse my choice of words-can't think of anything else to express my thoughts otherwise). A boss figure or someone who is in control. I see my grandfather in this number.
5. Someone who is always on the go. High-strung comes to mind. I see this number as representing a person whose mind is always running at full speed. Someone who has a lot of ideas but doesn't put those ideas into action. Either because they don't have the time (as they are always thinking of several things at once) or because they don't think things through enough for the idea to fully mature.
6. A nurturer. Someone who is loving and caring and always will find the time for family and friends. One who can juggle several things at once and have no problems doing it. I see this person as someone who doesn't take time for themselves. They are too busy doing for others. I see my sister-in-law in this number
7. I see this number as someone who is knowledgable. Someone who enjoys using brain power if for nothing else than to just have a better understanding of themselves. I feel this person can easily turn into a hermit and be quite content with having nothing to do with the outside world.
8. To me, the symbol of infinity. I see this number as representing someone who strives to reach the top. They are always working toward the end result. They have a goal and have the will and determination to meet that goal. I can see where this can make a person oblivious to things around them. They can get caught up in achieving a goal and forget about the finer things in life.
9. Love for all. I see this number as someone who will go the extra distance to help those in need. I can see this as a person who will petition for a cause without a second thought. I see this as a person who lives a simple life with little glamour. I see this person as someone who lives by themselves in small apartment and only has the essentials needed to survive. I see this as a person who can run into financial difficulties.
Working with numerology along with tarot. Basically learning to integrate the two. But it seems that has to be put on hold for a short time until I can my computer fixed completely. It's hard to concentrate on doing any kind of readings when my mind is preoccupied with other things. Thise past week I've felt so drained and it feels like my brain is all mush.
Well then the 7 of cups fit right in for the time...I feel so cloudy it's not even funny. I got a head cold and chest congestion so things are a bit fuzzy at the moment hehe. Thanks for your advice and help I really do appreciate it
Hmmm that makes sense. I just wish I knew what those skills and doors are right now. I have faith that I will find them when I'm ready. I have been very lucky in my life that things just seem to work out at the right time.
I see this card representing a content family who busies themselves with household chores or errands. There is also a sense of playfulness in the image with the cat pawing at the string. I can invision the male figure coming home to a happy house that is full of love and compassion.
I drew the 8 Pentacles
I see dedication to studies in this card. It seems as though the student has foregone anything around him in order to remain focused on his studies. I'm not real sure about the relation and my interpretation so I drew another card to clarify the 8 pentacles with the focus of acheiving 10 cups.
I see hopes and dreams in this card. Almost fantasy like...with the rainbow and the idea of "wishing on a rainbow". Then again I also see the bubbles and what looks like fairy dust as representing delusions or wishful thinking. I view the dove as a symbol for hope and the ivy as a symbol for reaching out. Perhaps these two cards are telling me that I can easily be swayed off course, that my ultimate goal is within my reach but I have to work hard to achieve that goal.
I really can't come up with a better or alternative interpretation of these cards. I hope that you all can offer another point of view. Perhaps I shouldn't have done this while not feeling well. But I did feel a strong pull toward these two cards, I just can't think clearly enough to read them completely.
I see wands in general as representing the element of fire and spirituality. With that I interpret the wands to deal with passion, inspiration, determination and willpower. I see aces as representing new beginings and/or ideas.
So I view this wand as starting a spark in my creativity, thoughts or actions. The wand is rested between two hands which leaves me with the impression that this wand receives it's power from the querent (me). This wand seems to be "in the limelight" all focus is on the wand, it is number 1. Almost as if the wand is praised and is on a pedestal of some sort.
I see lots of things in this card. The obvious is relationship and love. I see intellegence represented by the dolphins, and spirituality represented by the heavenly light and the water. I also see the water as a representation of the subconscious. The warrior (which I see as strength) is wearing red which is the color of lust, passion, strength, sexuality, and aggression. He lifts the woman up to the heavens. I see her as vulnerable, wearing very little and is reliant on the warrior to protect and support her. As she looks up to the heavens a light shines down, as if the heavens are praising their union. Their union expresses complete balance in all matters...physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
I see this card as representing balance in the choices we make. As we emerge from the waters of the subconscious we must look at the situation from all angles before we can make a sound choice on the matter.
I see the hierophant as a wise traditional man. I see a lot of myself in this card. One who prefers things done in a more traditional manner. Someone you can go to and feel comfortable talking to him. I also see this card as representing someone who is in tune with some religious beliefs and who falls back on those beliefs in everyday living.
feminism, sensuality, nuturing, grace, balance, all aspects of personality
This card leaves with the feeling of taking time to focus on what's feminine and caring. She holds the symbol of femininity so gracefully and carefully while surrounded by the zodiac signs representing her as a whole. I get an overwhelming feeling of womanhood from this card and what is means to be a woman. She gives the feeling of a mother and portrays safety and security.
duality, unkown, mysterious, emotions, that which is new or begining, something fresh, a new awakening, unhindered.
She appears to be emerging from the waters of the subconcious like breaking out of traditional ways of thinking. With the two pillars behind her she is faced with choices. The moon in this card (to me) represents growing ideas or thoughts. She wears a mask which hides her true self and a transparent gown that leaves her free of being weighed down. This card leaves me with the feeling of openness and emergence (like emerging from a cacoon).