"Colorful Dices" courtesy of posterize/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net
“Colorful Dices” courtesy of posterize/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net

I know that I’ve mentioned this before: I’m into numbers.  That doesn’t just mean that I like math — because I do — but I also like quirky things with numbers.  I like palindromes and repeated numbers and ascending and descending numbers.  I look for them on digital clocks, on marquees, and on odometers.  I think that’s why my spiritual guides sometimes choose that method of communication.

I don’t know what the numbers mean.  I think they could mean a number of things: “Hello!  Just reminding you I’m/we’re here!”, or “Things are going to be ok,” or it’s just a positive sign in general.  Maybe someday I’ll actually get to meet my spiritual guides, if not here, then on the other side.

But I bring this up now because I’ve been seeing my latest number sign a few times: 666  and 66 (but any number with back-to-back “6”s, grabs my attention).  Either my spiritual guides have a good sense of humor, or they know that I will only pay attention to number combinations that stick out.  I think maybe both.  Since this summer, this has been my number sign.  Before that it was “911”.   (If you’re interested in the story connected with that one, let me know.)

Today I saw that I have “66” followers on WordPress.  Last week I got a new student, and the page number “666” was at the top of his notes.  I think the first example is a reminder that my guides are around and to keep alert, but it could also be encouragement in my writing. I think the second example is encouragement with this new student.  I’ve been taking on a lot of new students lately, and sometimes I get nervous, not knowing what to expect with the student and worrying about not being prepared for the content.   I felt calm and reassured when I spotted those numbers at the top of his page.

This morning I told my spiritual guides that I was going to listen and pay attention more.  So, here I am doing it officially in writing.  What’s your message, my friends?  I’m ready!


  1. Those patterns are everywhere–just be careful. The interpretation is best when you start with some thoughts and then look for the numbers to either confirm or refute. Either way you learn something :>)

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