DAILY VIBRATION & MANDALA REPORT: Friday November 11th 2016
Friday November 11th’s vibration (11+11+2+0+1+6) = 31/4. Happy 11:11 portal day everyone! Today is the day we can focus on the truth of who we are: LIGHT-BEINGS who are reflections of the creator looking back upon itself throughout the whole of creation. The 11:11 phenomena triggers this awareness: 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 of that light within us all. 11 is known as THE Master number because it reflects the expansion of consciousness, of LIGHT, when two 1’s are joined together, as represented by the two circles (the number 1 is expressed geometrically as the circle), joining in the geometric image of 11, the Vesica Piscis, where we see that 1+1 = 3, not 2, the revelation of the holy trinity is revealed through this symbol. And naturally, The word LIGHT has a letter total of 11, too!
Number 11 (/2) Numerology Mandala: the VESICA PISCIS, and 3rd Eye Chakra! Hand-painted by Rosalind Pape.
It is the image of the Vesica Piscis that destroys the myth that polarities are separate from each other. it reflects the unifying principle, that when two polar aspects are first identified, divided and then joined back together, an awareness that life is greater than the sum of its’ parts is reached. This imagery reflects the secret to consciousness expansion that the 11 contains, that although we are living with a very polarised world view, male/female, black/white, good/evil, the key to overcome the limitations of this perspective is to marry, or join the polar aspects. And when we do this we birth the number 3, the space that joins the two, defining them and unifying them.
“Light cannot reveal itself alone and on its own; shadows or darkness must be present as well- here, therefore, you have a duality. The Good could never reveal itself if Evil were not there as it’s shadow-picture. The duality of Good and Evil is an essential in the manifested world” Rudolph Steiner.
I write in more detail about the 11:11 symbolism in this blog-post:
Today we focus too on the date vibration of the day, which adds up to 31/4, so we have the stable, rational and practical energy of the root-essence 4 working with us, which is just what we need to harness, anchor, and manifest the exceptionally ENLIGHTENING energy of the 11. 4 is a grounding, manifesting vibration and represents stability, dependability and sound, rational reasoning. So, today is an excellent opportunity to get clear with yourself on what it is you really want, and write it all down, anchoring these intents to the material plane. You can use the LIGHT energy of the 11 to really make a difference in your life and to manifest it into your life.
The energy of the 4 vibration creates the form of the SQUARE, the enclosed form with 4 equal sides. When we are babies, this is the first form we recognise and gravitate to. New born souls need to ground themselves into the material plane of the earth, and the SQUARE, since ancient times has been the symbol for the element of EARTH, and the Earth herself. 4 defines physical space: we have 4 earthly directions, NORTH, SOUTH, EAST and WEST, that define the “Four corners of the Earth” and we have 4 earthly seasons that define the earth year. 4 is the definer and protector of form. Protector, in the sense that 4 and the Square provide us with a sense of security and stability. The square is the most stable form we know of, and we build the foundations of our homes around the form of the square: we feel safe and secure within our own four walls. The earth is the foundation for life, and our home, and so resonates with 4 and the square very accurately.
Number 4 Numerology Mandala : hand-painted by Rosalind Pape.
The 4 is a great balancer for the 11 as it anchors the often-volatile energy of the 11 to the earth plane and helps you to make practical sense of some of your more “out-there”, or indeed, “in-there” visions that will make themselves known today.
The 4th card in the Tarot is the Emperor, and the keyword for this card is REASON. The Emperor sits on a throne, which represents his wisdom; he has, through reasoning, become conscious of the elemental forces, which work together to form the material world, and can therefore discern the truth of any situation. The Emperor is really the Magician, the 1st card in the Tarot, as an older, wiser man, someone who understands and has gone through the process of mastering the creative potential symbolised by the other three preceding cards. At this stage he can bring about concrete, tangible results.
In the traditional Tarot imagery, we see the Emperor holding in his Left hand the World, and in his right, he holds the Tau, the image of the cross, which defines the 4 directions, and elements of earthly, manifest space. He is the maker of blueprints, the planner of plans, and the builder of form. He is again reminding us that we will reap what we sow, and that if we become more conscious of our thoughts, we will see that they truly determine and define our tangible reality. The first 4 cards of the Tarot represent the journey from idea to form.
Upon the Emperor’s throne we see 4 ram’s heads, an obvious link to the Emperor’s ruling astrological energy of Aries, the ram, and to Mars, Aries ruling planet. Mars, Aries and the ram express energies of action, determination, initiative, and leadership. Aries is the first sign of the Zodiac, which again emphasises the link between the Magician and the Emperor. Aries carries the original desire, the intent that generated the process of manifestation, and here we see that the Emperor has utilised the power of manifestation and holds dominion over the material world.
So, 4’s energy lays the foundations for physical life. The energy of the 4 is all about securing things, pinning things down, and feeling grounded. This is where the number 4 tempers and focuses the creative energy of the 3, which also plays its part today in the full date vibration of 31/4. With 31/4 we have creative energy, 3, focused with the intent of the divine self, 1, manifesting reality, 4.
The 2 that are 3: the TRINITY revealed in the geometry of the VESICA PISCIS.
The revelation of the Holy Trinity is what lies behind the mysticism of the 3. All creation stories across the religious and scientific divides, begin with the source of ALL-THAT-IS existing as a point (or a circle) beyond time and space within a void where nothing else exists, not even light. Then, creation begins by consciousness’ desire to know itself experientially. This desire-awareness created a movement, a vibrational thought-form that divided the God self into 2. To know itself, it had to see itself for what is, and to see is to gaze upon a REFLECTION of itself. Reflection is the mirroring of light, and this is what is depicted in the geometry of the Vesica Piscis, the holographic mirroring of reality.
Number 3 Numerology Mandala: hand-painted by Rosalind Pape.
The main theme expressed by the 31/4 vibration, is the importance of learning the art of COOPERATION. The 3’s fiery creative energy is coupled here with the independent 1, making us determined and strong-willed but also sometimes too opinionated and stubborn, the downside of 4’s energy.
3 and 4 are opposites in a number of ways, so there can be a bit of friction as you work on getting the balance right today, which is EXACTLY what the symbolism of the 31st card in the Tarot, the 5 of Wands is all about. 5 is change and movement, and with 5 and 3 we have AIR and FIRE. A big bonfire of creative energy can be whipped up in no time today, but the negative expression can cause argument and disagreement and burnt egos. In the traditional Tarot imagery, 5 youths appear on the 31st card, wielding their wands in an apparently chaotic manner, and yet if they all work together and get the ego out of the way, they can co-operate and create great success: the key to this is the BALANCE of the mind, the 4, earth, logic, left brain and the 5 and 3, air and fire and right brain, emotive, sensual and communicative.
There could be opposition and struggle, as reflected in today’s card, the 5 of Wands, but ultimately, these confrontations are designed to reflect to you what needs to change, what needs to be balanced, and as always, the real balance to be struck here is between the inner and outer SELF, or the Left and the Right Brain. Keep centered, find your balance and communicate as clearly as you can without being too reactionary! Quite a tall order! Grounding and centering your fire/LIGHT energy is the priority today.
Interestingly, the word Duality adds up to 11 too, and it is this illusion that the 11 can teach us to overcome, and indeed it is this polarised perception that will be transformed as we enter the new cycle of cosmic awareness. When the marriage of polarity occurs, such as in the instance of balancing the left and right brain perceptions equally, our awareness is reborn.
The 11th card in the Tarot is Justice. A King sits on a throne between the two pillars of 11. 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.
Enjoy your day everyone! And remember, if it is your birthday or anniversary today, then this vibration stays with you for the whole year as your Personal Year vibration! Rosalind Pape.
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