reply to post by bobthealie11
Alright, man. Your last five threads have all been about numerology and even your introduction thread contained comments regarding it. To me, it's
easy to say you might be taking this thing a little too seriously, or even becoming slightly obsessive with it.
You can't let these things govern who you are. They provide a very basic description of your non-spiritual self, void of any personal changes you
have made to your life (I don't mean a name change). Numerology systems are used mainly in Taoist culture for babies. They will give them a name to
give them less karmic responsibility and a good future, but they know that anyone who experiences life is subject to unpreventable changes to their
In addition, there are so many systems out there that they usually clash and it's hard to say just which one is really "right". In any regard, they
In chinese zodiac, I am a monkey with the personal element metal.
In astrology, I am a Leo but with a Virgo rising and a Aries something or another and my personal element is fire.
In chinese medicine, I have the personal element "Lesser yin wood".
In Taoist philosophy, I have the personal element "water".
In Ayurvedic medicine, I am described as a "Vata-Pitta" person.
Then there is the 1-100 number system, or 1-8, or 1-9, or 1-21, or 1-whatever. It's ridiculous.
I'm just trying to show you that there are so many descriptive systems out there. If I followed the guidelines of everyone of those I would have an
extremely limited lifestyle. Moreover, instead of just following the guidelines, if I actually started to relate
to these systems, I'd be in
People love uniqueness, however. Anything that empowers their ego by giving it a title, they love. I see a lot of people use their title as excuses
too. "Oh, I'm sorry I got angry. I'm a Taurus." No you are just a jerk.
These systems do not, I repeat, do not govern who you are and you should not let them. Live your life the way you want to live it, regardless of what
some "system of numbers" says. I can guarantee you now, changing your name will not make you any better of a person.
You want to be a stronger, more creative person? Rock your current name and prove this number system wrong. Be the best you can be and rub it in the