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the edge of 11


 

Today is July 11th.

Singer and songwriter Stevie Nicks  (formerly of Fleetwood Mac) wrote and sang a song called “The Edge of Seventeen” that was released in 1981.  Numbers are significant in so many ways to so many people in so many ways.

Instead of “the edge of 17,” let us look at the “edge of 11.”

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The number 11 is considered a “master” number in numerology because 11 is composed of a prime number, 1, repeated twice.  A “prime number” is a whole number that can only be divided evenly only by one (e.g., 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, etc.)

In numerology, the number 1 represents has a vibrational frequency of “purity and new beginnings.”

When two 1’s are placed side-by-side,  the vibrational frequency of the corresponding prime number supposedly “doubles” in power.

In numerology, the number 11 carries a vibrational frequency of “balance.” It  represents male and female and sun and moon energy equality, simultaneously keeping perfect balance, equal but separate.

If the digits of 11 are added together or (1 +1), the number 2 is obtained.  The number 2 is a number of balance, duality and equality.

Many of you may receive intuitive messages related to the number 11.

How often have you automatically looked at a clock at work, home, in the car, etc. noticed advertising, a license plate, a sign and it includes, 11, 1111, 11:11, 1:11, etc.?

As I write this blog, my eyes are automatically shifted to the clock on my computer which just happens to read “1:11” pm central time at the very moment I type this sentence.

No coincidence for me.

Many numerologists believe that if you receive such messages, you are being asked if you are in state of balance or not?

Even if you do not believe in numerology, ask yourself what parts of your life are not in a state of balance?

How is your balance between work and family?

Between being serious and silly?

The balance between your ego and soul/spirit?

What can you do to re-balance yourself?

What is the “new beginning” for you that is twice as powerful energetically if you start it today on the 11th?

As I ponder the question, “is a man cave with a very large flat screen television, separate but equal in value, to a walk-in closet with hundreds of pairs of shoes?”                           ask yourself, what part of your life do you need to make more equal?

Or keep separate but equal by adding or enforcing a boundary?

Remember, a boundary is just one type of edge.

Out There on the Edge of Everything…

Stephen Lesavich, PhD