Number Seven = Divine Intervention and the Biblical Chakras
The Number seven equals Divine intervention and the Biblical Chakras (churches). The Number Seven is often associated with the color Pale Lavender. Lavender is a subtle color that sharpens your intuitive abilities. It brings out leadership qualities. Strengthens the connection between your body, mind and your spirit. Lavender also helps boost your immune system and assist with the healing process.
To feel whole, you need to experience the connection between your mind, body and soul.
Imagine a Lavender thread of light that links your body to you mind and you mind to your soul. Observe how this Lavender thread connects your feet to the energy of the Earth and your mind to the higher realm. Focus on the joy of being yourself, in touch with Heaven while on Earth.
Say, “Divine Spirit, strengthen my connection to my own Divinity and allow me to see the Divinity in others. Thank you.”
Number Seven Energy: Improvement
The energies of the Number Seven indicate a time of significant growth and improvement. These energies will encourage you to be the best version of yourself. This is a time to ask yourself: Who am I? What do I want from my life? What is preventing me from achieving it? When you ask yourself these questions, observe whatever comes up. Then acknowledge your mental and physical limitations, set realistic goals for overcoming them and take the necessary steps to follow through. With desire and determination, you can reach your full potential. You are encouraged to investigate anything that helps your conscious awareness and enhances your self esteem. It may be a book, CD, online seminar, workshop, health program, yoga practice, or meditation. It may be working with an energy worker, therapist or life coach. Whatever suits your needs. A step in this direction, regardless of what it is, will set you up for life.
Improve Your Situation
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 significant growth and improvement. As you improve yourself, you improve your quality of life. As you raise your awareness, you align yourself with Source. This is all you need to make your dreams come true. * As I improve myself, I improve the circumstances of my life.
Energies of the Number Seven Meditation
The word resentment comes from the Latin Language. It means “to feel again”. We all deal with resentments. Holding on to harm that has been caused in the past. This is a painful experience. When you hold on like this, you feel the pain again and again.
Sometimes these resentments feel like they offer security from future harm.
With Forgiveness, you can free up space in the heart to allow love and care to take root. The practice of forgiveness will help you let go of these painful experiences and offer freedom to the mind and heart.
Sit in a comfortable position and allow the eyes to gently close. From the beginning, try to bring kindness to the practice. Think of your body with friendliness. Listen to it and see if you can move to get more comfortable. Don’t fall asleep. But, do allow yourself to be very comfortable.
Bring to mind someone you feel resentful toward. When new to this practice, don’t choose the strongest resentment in your heart. Instead, start where its a little bit easier. Notice the harm that was caused and why you feel resentful.
Connect with the intention to cultivate an open and loving heart. If there is resistance, notice its presence without pushing it away. It takes time to reopen the heart so don’t rush anything.
Begin offering words of forgiveness, connecting with the words as much as you are able. Say a phrase slowly in your mind, find a rhythm. It may be helpful to offer a phrase with each exhale or with every other exhale. Use these words:
- I forgive you (At least, I forgive you as much as I am able right now).
- I let this pain free itself from my heart.
Forgiving Faults: Yours and Mine
After about six or seven minutes of offering these forgiving words, let it go. Turn toward yourself, recognizing that you too, have caused harm to others. You don’t need to engage in stories about the harm you have caused others. Just recognize that you have indeed caused others pain, whether you intended to or not.
Call to mind a specific person you have hurt. Begin asking forgiveness for hurting this person. Use these words.
- I ask for forgiveness for any harm I have caused.
- May you find room in your heart to forgive me.
- May we forgive one another.
Allow five minutes to pass. Then return your attention to your own body. Breath deeply for a few minutes. Rest your awareness on your breath. Then open your eyes..
What lies behind us, and what lies before us, are tiny matters compared to what lies within usRalph Waldo Emerson