Monday, November 28, 2011

More Aspects of Number Six (6)

The letters beneath Six (6) make up six tiers when shuffling the initial letters (fox) as the first tier and direct word pattern (Fox). They are (fox) (fxo) (ofx) (oxf) (xfo) (xof). The previous post, Numbers Are a Mirror, reviews the honesty aspects of this number as the (fox) and (fxo) tiers that (Fix Only) (Fox Of) its negative qualities. The aspect of honesty came from the definition of the animal or beast, the Fox. Foxes are adept deceivers, using cunning to get what they want.

Interestingly, the (fox) tier falls beneath Number Six (6), and is a direct word pattern (Fox). The Christian anti-Christ has the 666 as the mark of the Beast. Were those who fashioned the Anglo-Saxon alphabet aware of this?

I’m not going to go into how I uncovered word patterns in this posting, but some other aspects that form the definition of Six (6). For that detailed information, refer to my book, No Nonsense Numerology—The Code.

(Ask For) is the word pattern from the (xfo) tier. (Ask For) means wanting something and asking for it. In the framework of the entirety of numbers, referring to always wanting things makes it a material number. Those with Six (6) in any Significancy can become dependant upon materialism for validation when operating under negative aspects of this tier. To (Ask For) things can surely be embracing life rather than being greedy. Those who always (Ask For) things, however, are in jeopardy of becoming greedy in the following Seven (7) if they do not overcome the tendency.

Materiality in a physical world is for learning and achieving. It becomes detrimental when used as emotional validation. In the past, parents taught their children to push away from the table. Is this practice out-of-date?

Some in positions of power, privilege, and prestige are probably secret green-eyed monsters who work diligently to gobble up everything they can. Helping them to recognize this, seems what the Occupy movement is attempting to do. Understanding the psychological origins of their greed is necessary to help them make positive change. Often some will try to save or restore their own Life Forces at the expense of others. This seems like what the 1% is doing to the 99%.

Jealousy can plague people on the (Ask For) tier when others have what they want. Jealousy not only hurts green-eyed monsters, but those at whom they direct their (Ire) that is a negative tier of Nine (9). Envy separates friends and siblings, putting wide gulfs between them. Surely other actors will concur with one thing I learned as an actress because far more jobs were lost than won: What’s mine is mine, and what isn’t — isn’t.

When others have what, I’d like, I compare the path they might be on to what I might be on. Life once forced me onto a journey that put me into perilous situations. While on it, I had a dream one night about a little girl who needed help and love. On my birthday, I moved into an apartment building where I saw this little girl playing on the sidewalk. She was my next door neighbor. I got to save her from a terrible ordeal. If I’d had the life that I wanted that could never have happened.

I didn’t need to tell myself that a god placed me there to validate my dire journey. It was what it was. The job got done.

One gives for the sake of it because it is the thing to do, not because it makes him feel good: as a soldier gives his life or his limbs for his country, he did not like giving his life or his limbs.

When life doesn’t reward us as we feel that we deserve, adopting maxims and ideologies often help put deprivation into perspective by stepping us back to see the bigger picture. The person we dearly love may do better and be happier with another. The job we want may be done better by someone else. Or, the job might even be done worse to teach the employers a lesson they refused to see otherwise. The person we loved may realize genuine love with the loss of it when choosing the wrong person.

When we perfect ourselves and our skills, losing our desires seems unfair. Learning selflessness, however, keeps us on the positive side of numbers when moving onto the (Why Pig) and (Why Gyp) tiers of Seven (7).

(Ask Of) is another word pattern from the (xof) tier. To (Ask Of) oneself, to become better is a higher aspect of Six (6). However, when asking others to do so, one can become domineering and tyrannical, making it a pitfall of this tier. Asking oneself to become better is probably the practical objective of this word pattern. Those who operate as (Ask Of) Sixes (6) are attempting to become better people. This is surely laudable. The trick, however, is not to condemn and bully others while doing so, but operating with a genuinely generous heart free of guilt or conditions.

When embracing positive personal change, the codes in No Nonsense Numerology—The Code can validate our success. Of course, when we realize that we are on negative tiers, we might want to discount these definitions of numbers. This is human nature. We are all, however, most likely bouncing between the positive and negative. If we embrace positive change, we can raise our vibrations as the last Number Nine (9) shows we can do in its (I Rise) tier.

No number is superior to another. Each teaches its own lesson, or validates how well we are doing, giving us an opportunity and direction toward favorable change.

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