DAILY VIBRATION & MANDALA REPORT: Monday December 19th 2016
Monday December 19th’s vibration (19+12+2+0+1+6) = 40/4. Today is a great day to do grounding, anchoring and practical activities. 4 is the material manifestation number, the earthly physical realm is defined by 4’s rational, practical, solid and dependable energy. 4 corners of the earth. North, South, East, West. 4 Seasons. 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.
Number 4 Numerology Mandala: Hand-painted by Rosalind Pape.
4 creates the Kingdom of the Earth, the natural world where 4 varieties of form (or should we say 4orm!), are manifested: the Mineral kingdom, the Plant kingdom, the Animal kingdom and the Human kingdom. These 4 material kingdoms are controlled by the 4 physical elements: FIRE, AIR, EARTH and WATER. The word Kingdom is important here as it refers to the figure in the 4th card of the Tarot, the Emperor.
The Emperor is the King, and has dominion over the physical kingdoms of the Earth. The Emperor is the partner to the Empress, (the 3rd card of the Major Arcana), the archetype Father to her Mother. He orders and defines the Empress’s fecund creativity and makes it manifest. He is rational and logical but can also be seen as stern and sometimes too narrow-minded.
In his Left hand he holds the World, and in his right, he holds the Tau, the image of the cross, which defines the 4 directions, and the 4 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 Emperor is really the Magician, the 1st Tarot card, 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, and today, so can YOU.
In the 1st card of the Tarot the Magician has 4 objects representing the 4 elements before him on a table. These are:
- The Cup: Water / The Emotions.
- The Sword: Air / The Mind & Intellect.
- The Pentacle: Earth / The Physical Body.
- The Wand: Fire / The Will.
These are the 4 aspects of self which must be brought into alignment here on the earth plane to further the growth of consciousness. The number 4 represents the Earth, the manifest world, and 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. So here especially, you can see the link between the 1 and the 4, as 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.
With Aries being the 1st sign of the Zodiac, we see great enthusiasm, but the negative aspects include impatience, aggression and tyranny, which echo the Martian influence that governs the sign of Aries. At the negative end of the spectrum, the Emperor can be a rigid dictator, a despot, imposing his will and control over everything: 4’s energy can restrict and imprison if a balance is not maintained.
CHAKRA OF THE DAY:
The Sanskrit term for the Root chakra, Muladhara, means “root” (mula), and “support/base” (adhara). It sits at the base of the spine, and is connected to the blood and the bones, the foundations of the physical body. The Kundalini, the serpentine form of the vital life force that runs through the chakric system when fully activated, is rooted to us at this energy point.
The Root Chakra: Hand-painted Mandala by Rosalind Pape.
The Red frequency belongs to the material plane, and therefore is in resonance with the number 4, the vibration of material manifestation. The 1st chakra, the Root chakra, is red, and has 4 petals, marking out the 4 compass points, and it is the energy centre that is supposed to keep us anchored to the physical plane and deal with and balance these basic survival issues. What we must learn is to not become trapped and tied to the physical plane, we must learn to draw up the anchor now and then and let our imagination soar freely, without any limitations.
The Root chakra grounds us to the physical plane and keeps us focused on issues of survival, and keeps the body strong and vital. When the Root is balanced, we feel vital and alive, strong and able to support ourselves. Over-activity of this chakra can make us feel aggressive and bogged-down in literal interpretations and perceptions of reality. An underactive root chakra causes feeling of inadequacy, disillusionment, depression and causes people to feel ungrounded and unsafe.
Today is a great day to meditate on the Root Chakra, and to do a grounding meditation. You can gaze at both the Number 4 Numerology Mandala, and my Root Chakra mandala for a few minutes each, while breathing deeply to integrate these grounding energies into your energy field.
The 40th card in the Tarot is the Page of Cups, and he is pictured as a flamboyant, artistic and sensitive young man who acts upon his inspired ideas. Although he is much more dreamy than the Emperor, his abilty to manifest and build something amazing from his creative inspiration is just as powerful. He encourages us to listen to our inner desires, to be emotionally sensitive, and then to begin doing, making and being.
The Pages are the messengers of the Tarot, and the Page of Cups, relating to the emotional aspect of our psyche, often brings good news that can make us feel emotional: birth, marriage, the green light for a new project or creation.
With 40/4, we also have the presence of the Zero, and the zero is the symbol of the Monad, the circle of perfection that represents the God consciousness before creation began. The zero and the circle represent the Absolute, the I AM consciousness, and there are many words that describe this state of being.
The zero offers the divine protection of this all-pervading consciousness, and can manifest itself in you as a deep-seated feeling of Faith. You may get into situations that test this faith, but when the going gets tough, you can draw upon this feeling to get yourself through the worst. The knowledge that everything happens for a reason is not lost with you. The zero furnishes you with great initiative, and after picking yourself up and dusting yourself down, you can go forward with strength and confidence with the zero surrounding you. You can do it!
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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