There are few people who have never heard of the term numerology. Numerology is one of the best known esoteric directions. The name itself includes word - number. The story will be about numbers and karma.
In this article, we will review vedic numerology which is considered as the oldest known numerology. There are also Chinese, Greek, and other numerologies, much younger than vedic numerology.
Numerology is a science based on vedic knowledge of the universe and its structure, energies, and their interaction.
We look at the numbers from 1 to 9. Each of the numbers symbolizes a certain planet (Graha). In vedic knowledge (Sanathana dharma) we call Planets - Grahas. In numerology, a number is not simply a number, but a symbol of the planet, while the planet has the energetic content as well as the energetic meaning that is transmitted to the number as well as their combination.
meaning of numbers in numerology
- Sun (Surya)
- Moon (Chandra)
- Jupiter (Guru)
- Mercury (Buddha)
- Venus (Shukra)
- Saturn (Shani)
- Mars (Mangala)
How does the analysis of numbers work?
Numerology uses various calculations, which are usually reduced to one digit. For example - 13 = 1 + 3 = 4 = Rahu. So, with regard to this number, we know that it is ruled by Rahu, therefor Rahu will determine the causes and consequences of this or that question that will be considered at that moment.
Planets holds and implements the karma of a person, which is recorded in the human consciousness in the form of Sanskarah. Sanskarahs are fine vibes. Planets also have vibrations that resonate with Sanskarah. As a result of a resonance, different events are turned on or off in human life. We call it karma. It can be said that numerology at an elementary level examines human karma and events of past, present and future.
When evaluating numerological combinations it is necessary to take into account the relationship between planets. They can be good, neutral or bad. It is desirable to have the numbers in the combination in good mutual relationships. If there will be a combination of both good relationships and bad relationships between numbers, the result will be bad. Usually, it is that not everything is good and not everything is bad. Everything is as always - somewhere in the middle.
Why is it important to evaluate mutual relationships of numbers?
As we pointed out above, the planet holds and carries ones karma. If we are analyzing mutually unfriendly numbers in the birth date of person - for example, 1 and 8, then this combination means that the consciousness has effect of both planets - the Sun and the Saturn. Sun and Saturn are mutually hostile. The Sun is responsible for the human ego, the desire to be the first, the superior, but Saturn, which is considered as an ascetic, highly conservative planet, does not let it. Together this combination will bring a person with psychological complexes, because his tendency to dominate will be oppressed. The combination will bring bad karma, as a result of which the person will try to put his complexes on his subordinates, followed by, of course, bad events.
In this way, we can analyze all the numbers.
Vedic numerology is an easy to learn, highly precise science. It can easily identify people, their possible interrelationships, even if they are not yet familiar with each other. It's very useful when you come across a potential new lover. It may not be worth spending time if you know numerology and his/her birth date. This is the knowledge that is given to the carrier by the vedic numerology.