A few weeks ago, I wrote a Facebook post about the magic of 9 x Multiplication. The number 9 holds very special meaning for me. It’s my birth day number and my life path number. I am especially drawn to it, as my mother’s birth-day number equals 3 and my father’s equals 6 and as you know; 3+6=9.
I am the fruit of my parents. I am their completion.
To help my son out with his math, I have put up a copy of the whole multiplication tables in the loo. I figure as a fair bit of time is spent sitting on the loo looking at a blank wall, my boy might as well look at something that is constructive right? So up went the poster. As I was sitting there reading the 9 times tables, I realised that no other number multiplies to an end number that reduces down to the number it is times’d/multiplied by. Every single final result can be reduced back down to 9. Any number, no matter how large, multiplied by 9 reduces to 9. Fascinating!
Well, I couldn’t leave it at that, and being a typical 9, I started to look into the various Spiritual, Numerology and Metaphysical meanings of 9 – to see if there was any difference in the meanings between them all.
In Numerology, Number 9 is the symbol of wisdom and initiation and has the qualities of all the numbers 1-8. If you add 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8 you get 36. If you add 3+6 you get 9. Number 9 is highly emotional and spiritual, holding the path towards mystical knowledge. (lifescriptdoctor)
Life path number 9 has the vibration of service. The lifetime of a 9 is filled with challenges, all of which act on the aura to increase the vibration of service to all of humankind. 9’s listen to everyone with a caring, gentle attitude and ear. One of their most charming qualities is their ability to take everything just as it is. Sure, they want to right all the wrongs, make things better for people and leave the world in a much better place than when they entered it, but sometimes they find it challenging to take a step back and just allow things to be.
People in a 9’s circle find they are usually honest, sometimes to a fault. Prefering diplomacy, a nine will often answer in cryptic responses.
9’s are often called the Sage, the Wise old man – being patient, kind, compassionate, understanding, aware, intuitive, knowing and of God.
People born under the 9’s influence are incessant seekers of the mystic, having a natural tendency to look within and without (outside of themselves) for answers in this mundane world. Rarely is a nine content with being told, ‘it is so’; these are go getters that must do their own research and search and search and learn and learn.
As a result, 9 symbolises sanctuary, self awareness, ascension and contemplation.