Numerology : Love Partnership

Love partnership are the biggest thoughts on the minds of most humans on a regular basis.What has numerology got to say about this rather emotional subject?

Numbers occur in our lives from the moment we’re born. Through the heavens, we’re born at such-and-such a degree of this aspect, a certain degree of that aspect. This week, the number that comes up is Number 26 (which, if you add them together, makes 8).

PartnershipThe book that comes with this deck starts on about finding a new love, or having love find you “just around the corner”, if you believe. Opening yourself up to love and wanting to reciprocate is often the first step, but having them fall into your arms from above, is a tad ridiculous. Sorry!

You’re more likely to find a love if a) you’re really ready for it and b) the timing is right. If, like me, you’re in a love partnership (I’ve been in one for 13 years) then this number can also signify the deepening of the relationship. Like a roller-coaster, things go up and things go down. Sometimes, pretty damn fast too!

In both cases though, this card asks that you focus on what you can offer to a love partnership. Relationships aren’t about what you’ll get, it’s about what one can offer. It’s the same with parenting too, it’s what you offer that matters more. The hugs, kisses and tantrums are just payment in thanks as they grow up.

So this week, it’s time to sit down and think about what you have to offer. Yes, you read it correctly. You get to sit and think about your good qualities, what you can offer to a love partnership. Note, partnership: Equal footing with your partner. It’s not just a romantic partnership, this can be business or education related too. Providing you love it!

How often do we do something constructive for ourselves? I’ll wager, not often enough! So, take time now, for when Mercury goes direct around the 9th of this month, you’ll be ready and you’ll know what it is you have to offer.

I’ve used the Numerology Guidance Cards by Michelle Buchanan for this week’s Oracle insight. Thanks for reading and if you want to leave an insightful comment, I’d like that!