How I Used Numerology to Be a Better Parent
My youngest son is struggling with the education system here in the UK. We constantly are at battle on this topic. I can see he has been struggling and has turned away from any help. I say to him, I don’t wish to challenge you but the school is on my back. Does the school know that they are damaging our relationship and my son’s confidence? Yes. They reply this is the system we MUST follow. I say, we have become sheep and just follow. Two years back when my son had to choose his options, there was nothing on offer that really appealed to him so I looked into his numbers. He is on a Life Path 11/2, the sensitive intuitive.
Understanding this energy; an 11/2 is here to raise spiritual awareness. Yes they are dreamers, have their heads in the clouds and live in a somewhat ideal world. The hardest task for this energy is to turn their visions into reality. People on this path are hyper sensitive; they see the world differently and all too often appear not to fit in. This can knock their confidence causing them to step back from their greatness and they are great, after all they have arrived here under a Master number. Master numbers vibrate at a higher octave; they have a knowing of what most don’t.
The 11/2 will challenge and stand by a cause to the extent of martyrdom and many have died for their cause. Martin Luther King had an 11/2 Expression, it is not all as drastic as this but the 11/2 does have the power to make a difference and I will suggest to a person with this energy, step back and connect with your passion, create the confidence and conviction to follow through and you will achieve success and abundance.
In order to guide my son the best I could around options I saw his Expression number as a 4 and realised he had the skillset of a builder of solid foundations. After many discussions we were able to get him a 1 day release into a college for construction. Had I not seen this, I would have stood back and left him flapping around in a system that for the other 4 days he is challenged in.
My son is not unique in this; many children today are in a similar boat, times are changing, the future of the world has moved on but the education system remains the same. Today I read an article posted on Critical Thinkers site explaining that just having a degree does not mean the student is ready for the work place.
Ernst & Young, the 5th largest recruiter of college graduates in the U.K., has said that after investigating the data, they “found no evidence to conclude that previous success in higher education correlated with future success in subsequent professional qualifications undertaken.”
Our children are being institutionalised to serve the government who have created the very system that does not serve them. My daughter is currently looking for the best university and choosing her topic in what pays the most over what she is passionate about. She will spend 3 – 4 years studying and accumulate a debt between £27-54,000 for a job starting between £18-20,000. 5 years ago I looked at her numbers; she is on a 9 Life Path and her core numbers are 3, 6 and 9 with repeats. Again we had to over explain why she wished to do creative topics over academic, it was not easy and her creative juices were not even flowing at the time but the numbers made us push (well me actually as I confess my children think Numerology is weird as are many of the things I do but as the results come in they are mellowing). With 2 years at GCSE, 2 years at A-level and now on a Foundation for Arts and Design her work is amazing.
I will continue to guide my children the best I can with the support of Numerology.
The image above is one of her pieces. (I must get a better photo taken of this piece).
As for my eldest son, he is on a 3 Life Path, the one of self expression. I did not understand Numerology early enough to use it as a guide for him, however he is living true to his numbers, scattered, image conscious, verbal, childlike and fun. He currently works in communication and if you have any ice to sell I guarantee he could even sell it to an Eskimo.
The power of the numbers allows us to see who we are.