Last Friday I had a fascinating phone call with a friend of mine. His father knows the Dalai Lama. I’ll tell you about our call in a minute.
Recently the Dalai Lama has been in the news. It’s no surprise that the stories are about freedom – or the lack of it. As it happens, the Dalai Lama is in a 23/5 Personal Year. A pivotal period of change. This is a year for taking risks in order to obtain freedom.
Not only that, but he happens to be the 14th Dalai Lama. 14 is known as ‘The Media Number’ but it also resonates to 5. So his quest for freedom will be covered and even helped through all media exposure.
When the Dalai Lama was born, and no one knew his destiny, his parents named him Llhamo Döndrub. It shows again how most parents tune into the subconscious when naming their children. Why do I say this. Because his name at birth adds up to the perfect Destiny Number for him.
It gifts him with an analytical mind and an enormous appetite to life’s hidden mysteries. It guarantees he won’t be satisfied until he can link the known with the unknown. Discovering hidden facts is one of his missions. His fine mind offers him insight into the veiled mysteries of life.
The wisdom of his Destiny Number ensures that he stands alone from the crowds. He can keep his poise even when he feels under emotional stress – as he must be right now.
This number also gives him a magnetic presence and a strong personality which attracts others.
Finally, and maybe most importantly, the Dalai Lama’s Destiny Number allows him to bridge two worlds. Worlds which have not been joined before. This ‘bridging’ requires great inner strength – he will have survived darkness in order to see and spread the light.
And that’s just his Destiny in a nutshell. A perfect fit for a man who is currently in the middle of what could ultimately be the greatest mission of his life.
You see, 5 is a pivot point, coming between 1 through 4 and 6 through 9. There is definitely a lot of movement in a 5 cycle.
One final note – and this one is about his current name.
Tenzin Gyatso adds up to 10 – the Instant Manifestation Number. So does the name ‘Dalai Lama.’ This means, the power for manifesting his creative ideas into reality is truly remarkable. Notice that March 10 is the day monks in Tibet began their peaceful protests, which soon erupted into mayhem. The thing to watch for with this number is that it will manifest anything – good or bad.
Of course, there IS nothing to watch right now. Let’s hope reporters are allowed to set foot into Tibet soon.
Just like the Dalai Lama has an official name, doctors, professors, authors and others do as well. When I create your Is My Name Fortunate? report I look at EVERY conceivable current name you have right now – and give you the very best option.
Warmest Regards,
Tania Gabrielle
P.S. The phone call I had with my friend is available for YOU to hear. I recorded it for my radio show By The Numbers. My friend is David Sereda, an author, space scientist, physicist, ecologist and spiritual explorer. I was interviewing him about his new movie ‘The Voice’. By joining science with spirituality, ‘The Voice’ continues where ‘What The Bleep’ left off. If you’re interested in the effects of meditation and the latest fascinating stories on vibration, tune in here.

2008-04-02T18:13:24+00:00April 2nd, 2008|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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