• How Numerology Changed My Life and How it Can Change Yours Too

    Post by: The Numerologist Team| August 25, 2010| No Comments

    Life was not how I pictured it to be. Fact is, I didn’t really have an idea of what I wanted from life. I just knew that the one I was living wasn’t making me very happy. Each day was a trial in drudgery. That is until numerology change my life.

    Okay, drudgery may have been too much of an exaggeration, but that’s how I felt and I bet, sometimes, that’s how you feel too. If so, allow me to show you how learning about my numerology numbers made my life better. If you give it a chance, it could improve your life too.

    My life was, above all things, painfully ordinary. I did nothing to stand out. I was just one of the masses. I know nothing is wrong with being ordinary, but for me it just felt so incredibly grating. I just wasn’t happy spending up to 60 hours a week in a gray cubicle with gray carpets a squeaky gray chair. I knew I was meant to do something else, but I didn’t know what, much less where to start.

    One weekend, a friend of mine came over for a visit. She was all excited about something and she brought books to help her show me what it was. That thing she was so excited about turned out to be numerology. We spent a minute or two figuring out the numbers for my numerology profile and she proceeded to read about them.

    My skepticism soon started to melt away.

    It shocked me how much my numerology profile spoke of who I was. Every trait was there. My friend was having a ball with my reaction. She later shared her own numerology profile with me and it was eerie how the profile nailed her characteristics to a T. It was turning out to be a lot of fun. We soon began computing the numerology profiles our other friends whose birthdays we knew. Numerology was right about them too, each and every time.

    When my friend was about to leave, I asked her to lend me the books. They were just basic books on numerology and I didn’t know it then, but they were only able to touch the surface of what numerology would later on offer me.

    I devoured the books and soon wanted more. From them I learned that I am not as suited to a repetitive environment as I originally thought I was. The books also helped to confirm some things I’ve always wanted to do, but have never really had the courage to. I knew I wanted to travel and to dabble in art, but I always suppressed it. From the numerology books I found out that my Life Path Number called me to travel and my Expression Number pushed me towards more artistic endeavors.

    It was a wakeup call.

    I wasn’t satisfied though, I knew that there was more to numerology than what I could get from my friend’s books. I knew I had to explore this further. I turned to the internet to help me in my search.

    Admittedly, I knew I was going to find a considerable number of numerology resources online. However, I wasn’t prepared for the sheer number that presented itself to me. There was just so many that it got a bit confusing at times. Especially given that each of the numbers in my profile were called different names by different sources. The Life Path number, for example was also referred to as the Destiny Number and to make it more confusing some sources also used ‘Destiny Number’ to refer to what I knew as the Expression Number.

    It got so confusing that I eventually decided to settle for a few reliable sites instead of going out of my head trying to understand several resources at once. One of the sites I found most helpful was Mike Madigan’s Numerologist.com. Madigan was great and his site made it easy for even a beginner to understand numerology.

    Armed with reliable sources, I began to foray into numerology headfirst. It was empowering and numerology is nothing short of fascinating. I began to do things that I was too scared to do so before. I travelled. I visited new places, met new people, learned new things. I resigned myself to the fact that change was a part of my life. I now understood why my monotonous job was smothering me. I learned from numerology that I was meant to be a creature of constant change and that a monotonous existence for people with my Life Path number was nothing short of a slow agonizing death.

    I then made the fateful decision to quit my job and to start my own business. I have never looked back. Now, I am happier than I ever had been and I will be forever grateful that I came across numerology when I did. If I hadn’t allowed numerology to change my life for the better, I don’t know, and I don’t think I would like to know, how things might have gone if I hadn’t been introduced to numerology.

    I know that many of you are feeling skeptical about what numerology can do for you. It’s okay. I was a skeptic at first too. Use that skepticism to your advantage and let it help you make better decisions. Don’t be afraid to give Numerology a try though as it can change your life the way that it did mine. Numerology changed my life and I know it will change yours as well.