Numerology

Numerology (Lo Shu Square/Grid):

It is also known as Laxmi yantra in India. This square was remarkable because every horizontal, vertical, and diagonal row added up to 15. Fifteen is the number of days between the new moon and full moon respectively. The number five is highly regarded in ancient china and this magic square contained a five number in the centre of this lo-shu grid.

Evaluation of Lo-shu grid: The magic lo-shu grid is equally divided equally into 6 parts. 3 Vertically and 3 horizontally respectively.

The chart can be looked at in a number of different ways.

  • Mental Plane:The top row (numbers 4, 9 and 2) represents the head of a person. In other words, the top row can be regarded as the Mental plane. It encompasses thinking, creating, imagining and analysing.
  • Emotional plane:The middle row (numbers 3, 5 and 7) represents the body. The middle row is called the Emotional plane. This plane includes spirituality, intuition, feelings and emotions.
  • Practical Plane:Finally, the bottom row (numbers 8, 1 and 6) represents the feet. The bottom row is called the Practical plane. This encompasses physical labor, creativity, and the ability to be practical in everyday life. To use the head-legs analogy again, the feet are firmly placed on the ground in the Practical Plane.
  • Similarly, the vertical rows are also interpreted as follows:

  • Thought plane:The first of these vertical rows (numbers 4, 3 and 8) is the Thought plane. This reveals the person’s ability to come up with ideas, create things and carry them through to fruition.
  • Will Plane:The middle vertical row (numbers 9, 5 and 1) is the Will plane. This gives determination and persistence to succeed.
  • Action plane:The final vertical row (numbers 2, 7 and 6) is the Action plane. This shows the person’s ability to put his thoughts into action.

The three vertical rows make a natural progression. First of all, the person has to come up with an idea (Thought plane). He (or she) has to have determination and persistence (Will plane), otherwise the idea will never be acted upon. The planning is done at this stage. Finally, the person needs to be able to put the idea and the determination into action (Action plane).

The following is the table of the key words, a particular number comes in the grid how many times and what is says.