Are Angel Numbers Meaningful?

You see a series of three numbers repeating: 333, 222, or 666.

Does it mean something? Is it simply a coincidence?

Some think so. They call such numerical series “angel numbers.” They assign such a series of three or four a sacred or spiritual significance. One idea is your guardian angel is calling your attention to the series’ or making the numbers happen in order to communicate with you.

For others, identifying such occurrences is done in good fun, though articles or infographics on the topic aren’t labeled that way.

You might see them in your lottery numbers, at a casino, in the sign-in code your bank sends you when you try to access it online, on a digital watch, or in the amount you owe the electric company. Indeed, anywhere you see numbers, a series of three “angel numbers” could come up.

Depending on the digits, the particular series is supposed to have a meaning.

111 or 1111- It’s an invitation to manifestation, that is to turn your hopes and dreams into reality.

222 – Your life is out of balance in some way.

333 – It’s a call to recognize your life purpose.

444 – You’re on the right path. Don’t give up!

555 – Change is coming. Let go of what no longer serves its purpose.

666 – According to sources, it doesn’t have a demonic meaning. Instead, the series indicates you’re giving too much of yourself.

777 –  A spiritual evolution is upon you. Everything is going to be okay.

888 – Abundance will be yours.

999 – One chapter of life will end, and another will begin.

1010 – It’s not a real short binary code, rather it’s supposed to mean a spiritual awakening is coming.

Where you could see angel numbers

You could encounter them in day-t0-day life or in a dream. In the encounter, you might be feeling your attention drawn to the series in some way.

Are angel numbers good?

Not necessarily.

It’s fun to tell little children fanciful stories.

Why is there that rainbow?

Well, the leprechauns who live over there were happy it rained. They got out of their burrow and started dancing around. When they did, they kicked the lid off of the top of their bucket of gold and the rainbow shot out of the top.

It’s all in fun. The child imagines finding the gold and taking it from the leprechauns. Many kids know you’re being silly and fun.

For some people, angel numbers are something like that. A fun thing to see in your encounters.

It’s along the level of watching a show and taking a drink of an alcoholic beverage every time a certain word is used.

Whether the angel number messages come from your angels is a whole other matter.

Why wouldn’t your guardian angel opt for sending you a direct message?

If you put any stock in the supposed meanings, why are all of them positive? Is there any reason to believe your future is going to be uniformly positive, that you’re never going to make any mistake that you’ll regret, or that trouble won’t find you? Wouldn’t a warning, if it was valid, be far more useful?

The idea of angel number that you see in your day-to-day life is fun. Yet you can’t necessarily look upon that for any kind of symbolism as in the chart above or online especially if it’s not accompanied by any other feeling of love, charity, or amicability.

An evil spirit, demon, or whatever you want to call it, regards you as prey, desiring to feed off of your misery. You’re more likely to have a feeling of danger or fear or neutrality.

Of course, going along with your feelings, your intuition, in a certain encounter is far from foolproof. You have to pay attention to other signs as well and have a basic understanding of right and wrong as well. For example, if you detect a feeling of love and you interpret the numbers as telling you to steal something, that’s not at all reliable. That’s a lie. Stealing (under most circumstances) takes you further from what’s right.

When it comes to your dream, you have to consider the angel numbers as you’d consider anything else. Figure out what it symbolizes by asking what the numbers mean to you and then consider it within the context of the dream.

For the other numbers you see, don’t take them too seriously unless you feel there’s a good reason to.


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