Number Five = Mediation and Sacrifice
The Number Five equals mediation and sacrifice. The Number Five is often associated with the color Dusky Teal (Azure). Teal purifies your aura and strengthens your connections to the Divine. Leading you to discover your truth and empowering you to make important life choices.
Breathe in Teal rays of light to feel safe and secure, imagining a Teal bubble of light that surrounds and protects you. Say, "I ask Divine Healing Light to surround me with love, peace and healing. Please bar any dense energy from entering my space and affecting me. Thank You." Do this for yourself and your loved ones whenever you would like some added protection.
Number Five: Expansion, Movement, Change
The energy of the Number Five brings a time of unexpected change, when anything can happen and usually does. This energy can encourage you to think of your life as an adventure in which exciting opportunities could appear at any moment. Sacrifice Your Fear in Exchange for Love Don't fear the unfamiliar and unknown. You are urged to embrace expansion, movement and change. This is a time to go with the flow and open yourself to opportunities that will improve your quality of life.
Anything is Possible
Anything is possible. The wheels are already set in motion, so be sure to play your part by moving closer to your dreams. Make changes in your mind set, relationships, residence, lifestyle or career. Shift the things needed things around to serve your greatest good. It is time to broaden your horizons and re-spark your passion for life. In order to improve your current situation, you are being asked to adjust to and harmonize with the natural rhythm and cycles of your life. Cycles that are leading you toward a time of movement and change. Procrastination, resistance and fear only take you out of alignment, so surrender yourself to the opportunities that are about to present themselves. Trust that you're Divinely loved and guided, and you'll be shown the way.
Lucifer means bright star of the five senses. When you have control of your senses you are a bright shining star.
The five senses are:
The bright star, Lucifer, symbolizes man’s potential.
When you are in your higher consciousness, you are a bright star. When you are in your lower consciousness, you have fallen into wanton ways with drugs, alcohol, improper sexual activities, and crime of all types.
When we are born we have 33 vertebra. Around the age of 5 or 6 the bottom five fuse together making a foundation for our torso. The five become one. The strong, healthy foundation of our body. This is symbolic of what must happen spiritually. The five senses must become one as a strong, healthy foundation of our consciousness.
Meditation: Number Five Energy
Change is needed in the self-talk that most people engage in. It is in general unkind. You beat yourself up, hold yourself to unrealistic standards, and focus on how to always be better. With mindfulness you can tune into these thoughts and acknowledge them.
You can also learn to tune into the things you like about yourself. Even if they are obvious. These parts of you that you like should be acknowledged. In this exercise, you will bring your awareness to these aspects of yourself to offer a more complete picture of who you are.
1st Meditation: 5-4-3-2-1
Leaving your eyes open, notice five things you can see. You can say them out loud or silently in your head. With each of the things you are looking at, take the time to view them completely.
Next, notice four things you can feel in your body. Note them out loud or in your head. Rest your intention with each feeling for a few deep breaths.
Name three things you can hear. Try to choose three different sounds. Don’t notice the same sound three times.
Note two things you can smell. If you cannot seem to smell two different thing where you are, feel free to move to a place where there is something to smell.
Finally, find one thing you can taste. It may be the leftover taste of a meal, your toothpaste, or just your breath. If you cannot connect with one at the moment, remember a taste you like in general.
2nd Meditation: Appreciation
Close your eyes and find a comfortable position in which to sit. Bring your awareness to the sensation of your body breathing. You can focus on the chest, abdomen or nostrils. For the first few minutes, allow the mind to settle and focus by bringing your attention back to your breathing as much as is needed.
Once the mind is settled, bring your attention to something that you like about yourself. Start with the body. Ask yourself what you like about your body, and just pause to appreciate it for a moment. It may be a physical feature, like your hair or your skin, or it may be a quality, like strength or flexibility. As something arises, stay with the experience of liking this part of yourself for a few breaths.
After a minute or two of working with the body, switch to the mind. Look to the qualities of your mind and emotional experiences. Ask yourself what do you appreciate about your brain, your insight and your personality. Again, simply be with the appreciation whenever something arises.
For the last few minutes focus on the traditional five senses; sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch. Go through each sense, recognizing the beauty and pleasure these senses have brought you. For example, recognize that your sense of hearing has allowed you to hear the voice of a loved one. The sense of touch has allowed you the pleasure of a hug. Be with each sense, the pleasure it brings you, with appreciation. Open your eyes when you are ready.
‘The measure of intelligence is the ability to changeAlbert Einstein