DAILY VIBRATION & MANDALA REPORT: Sunday November 27th 2016
Sunday November 27th’s vibration (27+11+2+0+1+6) = 47/11 (/2). It’s a MASTER number day! 11 is THE master number, and it is the geometric expression of 11 that explains why this number is so powerful, enigmatic and attractive to us. In sacred geometry, the number 1 is represented by a circle, and 11 can be represented by two circles joined together, and this form is known by geometers/alchemists as the Vesica Piscis. The Vesica Piscis is the form created when two circles connect and yet divide each other through their centres, shown in the centre of today’s mandala card.
Number 2, 11, Vesica Piscis and 3rd Eye Numerology Mandala: Hand-painted by Rosalind Pape.
When 1+1 join, a 3rd space is created, but what is truly miraculous about this form is that it creates the mathematical foundations, or ratios, for the geometry of light. Is it any wonder then, that the Vesica Piscis is exactly the shape of the EYE? After all, it is the window through which we can view light and the reflection of creation. This is the image of reflection. The word LIGHT, amazingly enough, adds up to 11! Reflection is the mirroring of light, and this is what is depicted in the geometry of the Vesica Piscis, the holographic mirroring of light/consciousness. I wrote a blog on the 11:11 portal about the symbolism of the 11:11 phenomena:
So, your mission today is to spread light and shine, enlightening the way for others to follow. 11 buzzes with electrical energy, light and electricity are aspects of the same potent energy and you will feel charged and very energetic: you need to be on your toes with the 11 around, anything can happen! The 11:11 phenomena triggers this awareness that we are reflections of the creator creating itself, enlightening and expanding creation. It is the divine spirit reminding us of who we really are, and connects us with the Unity of creation, it opens up a gateway in our consciousness that leads us back home to the Source. 11’s symbol of the Vesica Piscis is the also the perfect depiction of the two-petalled Third Eye chakra.
Bear in mind that any REFLECTIVE number pattern, where numbers are doubled or reflected in a mirror image of themselves that appear to you, is simply the light within you, re-minding you that you ARE Light, reflecting consciousness back to Source. The geometry of 11 reveals to us what we are, light-beings who are reflections of the creator looking back upon itself throughout the whole of creation. Time to cut through illusion and see things as they really are, this is the general theme underlined when 11 appears. When we see 11:11 on the digital clock or indeed, these days, any reflective, mirroring number patterns, it is a wake-up call, a reminder to focus and become fully conscious in just that moment, and be aware of your mind and its source, the Christos, the light in every cell of our being.
11’s vibration teaches us that the polarities are co-ordinates of the same whole, the same source, but are needed for one to define and give existence to the other. This concept is the key message that underpins the geometric symbolism of the 11, the Vesica Piscis, and the holy trinity, the joining of the two ones to create the third, the triangle, the window of LIGHT.
We can also depict the 11 as an 11-pointed star-flower as pictured below in my mandala. Both the Vesica Piscis and the 11-pointed Mandala are great for meditation today!
Number 11 (11-pointed star-flower) Numerology Mandala: Hand-painted by Rosalind Pape.
Interestingly, the word Duality adds up to 11 too, and it is this illusion that the 11 can teach us to overcome. When the marriage of polarity occurs, such as in the instance of balancing the left and right brain perceptions equally, our awareness is reborn. 11 presents us with the opportunity to transcend the duality of the black and white world we live in (or have created for ourselves), but often 11’s energy can leave us dealing with erratic emotions: 11’s energy can be up one minute and down the next, this awareness of polarity can cause us to see-saw dramatically.
11 comes after the even and perfect number of 10, and can be seen as being dangerous and challenging. We have overstepped the perfect plateau of the 10, and have fallen over the edge of reality with the 11. The two 1’s can symbolise opposition and polarity, the opposing forces of dark and light. However, in its highest vibration, 11 is all about walking the middle way, choosing to balance and integrate opposing forces and transcend polarity.
11 reminds us of the perfect balance of existence, and how important it is that that balance be maintained. In Kabalistic symbolism the two pillars of 11 are the two trees in the Garden of Eden: the Tree of Life and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. These two trees stand side by side, the Tree of Life is the Kabbalah, or the universal language of vibration, via sacred geometry and numerology, which gives us the blueprint and map of our own consciousness and the Universe that contains it. The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil is the secret science of Alchemy, the hidden knowledge that illuminates the Tree of Life, otherwise known as the Ark of the Covenant, or the Major Arcana!
We see these two pillars of 11 in Card 2 of the Tarot, the High Priestess (2 is the base root of 11). So the High Priestess symbolises the female influence of our psyche, the subconscious mind. The Priestess is seated between two pillars, one light, one dark: opposites, polarity, the left and right brain. These are the two circles of the Vesica Piscis, as well as the two pillars of 11. The Priestess is the balancing power between pairs of opposites, and she sits in a deeply receptive state, the bridge between the conscious and unconscious mind, the subconscious or intuition.
She is holding a scroll in her hand, and this is a symbol for recorded memory, the Akashic Records. The Akashic Records are the library of Creation. Every thought and action, cause and effect are recorded in vibration and can be accessed through the doorway of the subconscious mind. The High Priestess represents the gestation of the seed of thought in the womb of potential. The Moon above her represents reflective light, illumination from within by reflecting on your subconscious and intuition. What this card, and the energy of the 2, is all about, is balancing the mind before you make your choices. The word BALANCE adds up to a root-essence of 2!
The 47th card in the Tarot is the 7 of Cups. In the traditional imagery, we see a figure in the foreground with his back to us, in silhouette, gazing at 7 cups that emerge from a magical cloud, each offering a certain symbolic desire to him. We see a snake, a castle, a face/mask, gold/jewels/treasure, a laurel wreath , a dragon and a shadowy figure within the cups. These symbols represent elements of the individual’s psyche, his motivations, desires, temptations, hopes, dreams and wishes.
When this vibration/card appears, it is time for some soul-searching and self-analysis, you will feel the need to get really clear on what it is that you REALLY want and need, beyond the illusion of what you THINK you want and need. The cloud is a metaphor for the mind and ideas, and the Cups, as the suit that represents the emotions and the desires that motivate us, are showing us the key beliefs and desires that motivate our actions and decisions.
47/11 tells us that we need to get clear about all these issues, and asks us to use the mind in meditation to get clarity on what is really a good idea and worth acting upon, and what is really a nice fantasy but holds us back in making the correct decisions in our lives. 11 with the base of 2 is all about discrimination, weighing things up and getting the balance right so that the inner light may shine forth. And with 4 and 7 working together through the 11, grounding and discipline is called for if you want to manifest your visions, otherwise they will remain castles in the air.
And this is where the energy expressed by the 11th card in the Tarot is Justice, steps in! A King sits on a throne between two pillars. In one hand he holds a sword and in the other a pair of scales. His sword is the sword of discrimination, the 11 seeks to cut through all illusion and determine the truth, and the scales bring about balance through justice, weighing everything up and coming to a correct decision. The key lesson with the 11th card is to understand that your present conditions are due to decisions made in the past, and that you can change your conditions through the power of your mind. The key theme again is balance, and the 11 is in perfect balance because the number 1 is looking in the mirror with 11.
A day of self-awareness, revelation and discernment is on the cards then!
Enjoy your day everyone! And if it’s your birthday or anniversary today, then this vibration stays with you for the year as your Personal Year vibration! Go well! Rosalind Pape.
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