The seasonal energy is in the process of shifting. On June 20th, the northern hemisphere came into summer solstice and winter in the southern hemisphere.
Hello and Welcome, I am Sara Bachmeier with Egyptian Numerology bringing to you the mid-year numerology energy report and how nature and numerology bond, connect, and form a relationship.
Living in Harmony with the Seasons
As we raise our consciousness and awareness, we become more sensitive to energy and can begin to comprehend why the native American ceremonies were so important and how well the natives implemented the effects that nature has on our souls. They understood that it is woven through the very fabric of our lives.
The Native ceremonies and rituals are a sign of recognition and gratitude toward mother earth, father sky, sister moon, and brother sun.
They lived a simple life and did not take nature for granted. They lived in harmony with the seasons, the tides, and the very environment they lived in. Because of their intimate relationship with our planet, they intuitively learned how to sustain life, cure illnesses, and thrive with elements of our planet; earth, fire, water, and air.
Numerology and the Solstice Event
How does Numerology recognize and practice the magic within nature specifically a solstice event?
We look at the date it falls on and, in this case, it is June 20th – a Universal number 4 Day.
In Egyptian Numerology, the number 4 represents many things but most importantly it is the number of our planetary Universal order including seasons, direction, time, age development, and elemental spirit guides.
I call the number four, the cultivator. It carries the healing properties from the heart and uses the elements to build a better world. It anchors and balances a deeper meaning to our lives and holds an inner intelligence of the active ingredients that hold all of life together.
People influenced by this frequency are driven by a methodical way of thinking and viewing the world which enhances their ability to use foresight and vision to create whatever project they are focused on.
The symbolic meaning of number Four deals with stability and invokes the grounded nature of all things.
It also symbolizes the safety and security of home, the need for stability and strength on a solid foundation of values and beliefs. The Spiritual nature of this number calls for the need to have or create a sacred space or sanctuary in your home or office, a place to meditate and build your innermost foundation of strength and well-being. The energy of the coming season using the numerology within the number four gives us direction and purpose.
The Magic of 4
The beauty of Universal order is constructed throughout nature. It represents our four major minerals – gold, silver, copper, and iron, four elements of our planet: earth, air, water, and fire. It is also symbolic of our four directions: north, south, east, and west. There are four main Guardian angels: Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, and Uriel. The Native American Indians celebrate the four stages of life: birth, adolescence, adult, and elders. We have four seasons; winter, spring, summer, and fall, and four prominent times of the day – morning, noon, twilight, and nighttime.
There is always a thread or synchronicity that occurs between numbers and nature. In this case, we are following the thread of the Solstice, our relationship with universal order, and the 4 elements of our planet – earth, air, water, and fire.
In Egyptian Numerology, we recognize the elemental nature spirits governing our air, water, fire, and earth. We strengthen our connection to our environment by honoring these active and loving planetary elemental stewards because we depend on them for our survival and well-being.
Some people call them Fae or fairies, Mer-people, leprechauns, and gnomes.
You don’t have to see them to acknowledge their handiwork within everyday existence in nature, but they reap the rewards of your gratitude and assistance whenever possible.
Their Presence and activity are more pronounced during a solstice event. It is during this time that they enjoy partaking in the ceremonies that we create to honor their handiwork.
Let’s take a look at ways we can identify them …:
Earth Elemental Spirit Guide
The earth elemental spirit guide is called a gnome. They are needed to build the plants, flowers, and trees. It is their task to tint them, to make the minerals and crystals and to maintain the earth so that we have a place to grow and evolve. They are the beings of craftsmanship.
The gnomes guard the treasures of earth and are attuned to helping humans find the treasures within the earth. This can be hidden treasure, the energy of a crystal or stone, or finding the gold within one’s life. They help keep us rational and grounded.
They work with humans through nature. They give each stone its own individuality and energy. They do this with every aspect of nature. Thus, we can learn from each one. Every tree, rock, and flower has something that it can teach us.
Water Elemental Spirit Guide
The water elemental spirit guide is called the Undines. The undines are usually female in form although there are mermen. Wherever there is a natural source of water they can be found. All water upon the planet — rain, river, lake, pond, or ocean has tremendous undine activity. They work to maintain the astral body of humans and to stimulate our feeling of nature. This is associated with heightened psychic feelings as well as emotional ones. Their energy is responsible for creation, birth, and intuition.
They often work with us through our dreams. Dreams of water and sensuality often reflect undine activity — they stimulate us to achieve greater creativity in our lives. Working with them can assist us in strengthening the astral body for full, conscious, out-of-body experiences.
Air Elemental Spirit Guide
The air elemental spirit guides are called sylphs. The sylphs are probably more closely in line with our concept of fairies and angels than the other elemental beings. They work side-by-side with the angels. They are part of the creative element of air. It is their work that results in the tiniest of breezes to the mightiest tornadoes.
A sylph is also assigned to each individual human. They work within us for the assimilation of oxygen from the air we breathe and with all functions of air in and around us.
They help to stimulate new knowledge and inspiration. They work to cleanse and uplift our thoughts and our intelligence. When you breathe deeply and notice a sweet freshness in the air, you are acknowledging their work.
Fire Elemental Spirit Guide
The fire elemental spirit guides are called salamanders. These are not to be confused with the reptile salamanders, although they have the same name. They are also found everywhere. No fire is lit without their help. Mostly they are active underground and internally within the body and mind. They are responsible for lightning, explosions, and volcanoes.
Salamanders evoke powerful emotional currents in humans. They also stimulate fires of spiritual idealism and perception. Their energy assists in the tearing down of the old and the building up of the new, as fire is both destructive and constructive in its creative expression.
The fire elementals can help awaken in us higher spiritual vision and aspiration. They strengthen and stimulate the entire auric field so that there is easier attunement to and recognition of higher spiritual forces within our lives.
So, as we enter our solstice zenith, let us be connected in the awareness of our seasons, divine universal order, the productivity of the number 4, and the nature spirit guides that serve the planet, humanity, and us as individuals. If you want to learn more about nature and numerology, check out my Mentorship Program on my website. No matter what hemisphere you are living in at the present moment, I send my blessings and best wishes to all for a prosperous season filled with love and glorious light.
Thank you, Namaste’