The Magic of the Number 7

Pythagoras considered the 7 to be the most valuable number because the 7, more than any other number, brings the ultimate rewards in the form of spiritual growth, peace and happiness that are not a consequence of anything, but exists on their own merit.

On the material plane, we know joy and happiness to be about as stable as nitroglycerine. It tends to blow up in your face as soon as you shake it too much. In the realm of the spiritual life, however, joy and happiness are like time itself; as long as you breath and are awake, it is present.

When the 7 keeps showing up in your cards, it represents a possibility of gaining greater levels of understanding and wisdom. Perhaps this sounds boring and vague, but if you think about it, you will realize those events in the past which truly improved the quality of your life — and moved you up a notch on the happiness scale — were the realization of some spiritual discovery. In all probability, these uplifting experiences were connected to some outer event. But the event was just a catalyst for your ability to realize.

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~ by nancyfenn on June 8, 2008.

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