March 2016 Numerology Forecast

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“Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.” ~Doug Larson

Welcome to March! Being our third month of 2016, March brings with it the energies of the number 3. In and of itself, March is a time to embrace our creativity and look at the world again with child-like wonder. Here’s a look at what the month has in store for us!

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The Best Gifts For The Life Paths

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“She is IMPOSSIBLE to shop for!”

“I never know what to get them!”

We have all been there and it’s an incredibly frustrating experience! In light of the Holiday Season, I thought now would be a good time to share with you, the most ideal gifts for the Life Paths. Anything helps right? Especially for those that we struggle with gifting year after year!

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What About Those Double Digits?

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One of the basic rules of Numerology is to reduce until we arrive to a single (or Cardinal) digit but this begs the question, ‘what about the double digits?’ ‘Do they mean anything?’ When forming a Numerological Chart, many Numerologists will include the double digit as well as the single digit (i.e 21/3 or 35/8) because while it’s not the final answer we’re looking for, we can’t exactly ignore it as it influences our Cardinal digit.

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Numerology – It’s My Thing

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My relationship with numbers wasn’t always as apparent to me as it today, though I had a few clues that indicated their significance early in my life. As a young child, I remember practicing writing my numbers 1-9 and lovingly assigning them genders and even pairing them as romantic couples! It wasn’t until 2011 that I finally learned that it was a form of Ordinal Linguistic Personification – ‘a form of synesthesia in which ordered sequences, such as ordinal numbers, days, months and letters are associated with personalities.’ This is a common practice with Pythagoreans as it was taught as part of his teachings but there was no way for me to be aware of that as young as I was.

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