The numerology of 2020 is fascinating (part one of the forecast is here).
20/20 implies both balance and clarity. Seeing things clearly, soberly, without illusion. Understanding where the tipping point is. Carefully weighing the options. Being aware of our biases and privileges.
Removing the zeros (which are associated with the All That Is) from 2020 brings us the master number of 22. This is the number of the Master Builder, and of Spiritual Partnership. It is about changing people’s lives in a lasting and meaningful way.
Reducing 2020 further gives us 4, the number of hard work on a physical level. There is a saying that you can sit in your closet all day, praying for a ham sandwich, but unless you go to the kitchen and make a sandwich, you’re going to be hungry. When we program the Universe with intention, affirmations, focus, and/or body chemistry, we still have to take action on order to execute the programming. Footwork will always be A Thing in this paradigm. Results require a certain amount of effort.
We begin the year, numerologically, focused on community. If you are one of those people who believes that how you come in to the new year sets the tone for the year, this could be very significant, especially in combination with the overall theme of the year, which is hard work.
How do you define community? One of the definitions from the Oxford English Dictionary is “a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.” Community can also be defined as “a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.” So what does community mean to you? Who makes up your community? How wide of a net do you cast?
Of all the things you want to accomplish in 2020, how many of them will bolster, support, or enhance your community? How many of them foster your sense of community?
Community definitely asks us to focus outward, rather than inward. Goals that are only about enhancing my own life are going to bring less long-term satisfaction than goals that seek to be of service to the greater good. That is not to say you can’t work on yourself; you absolutely enhance the community as you become a better person. Just check in on your motivations and be wary of goals with a strong flavor of selfishness or vanity.
The 2020 forecast (Numerology) is an excerpt from the January newsletter.