Why The Numbers 3 And 4 Are The Most Powerful Numbers For Manifestation By Jenn Maronek

By sheer definition, the word manifest means to “make visible” in a way that something is apparent to the senses and is synonymous with being evident, apparent, or clear. If you want to grow and manifest new and amazing things in your life, I highly suggest you focus on the vibrations of the number 3 and number 4.

Why? If we take a look at what we know from science and from the modern-day world, I believe the evidence will be crystal clear.

A crystalline structure, such as the fair and lovely Rose Quartz, with its gentle pink essence, emulating a stone of the heart and energy of compassion and peace, is composed of a set of atoms arranged in a particular pattern. As it happens, the pattern is actually a periodic arrangement of atoms in three dimensions. It is this repeating pattern of three dimensions that gives a crystal the glowing, sparkling qualities they innately possess.

The number 3 brings more creativity

The number 3 is intricately linked to more creativity.

The number 3 is all about the idea of creation, manifestation, and growth. It takes two elements to create that third thing, like a mom plus a dad creating a baby. In the world of geometry, physics, or even the space-time reality, there are very interesting things to be identified by the number 3. The number 3 is a very mystical and spiritual number featured in many folktales from ‘third time’s a charm’, to the three little pigs, the three bears of Goldilocks, not to mention the holy trinity of the father, son, and holy ghost. We live on the most thriving, creative, and life-sustaining planet Earth, which happens to be the 3rd planet from the sun.

There are 3 aspects to a seeker’s journey that can be followed through the Tarot. This tri-natured aspect is perfectly reflected in an equilateral triangle; the birth or creation of self, the long journey of evolution and inner discovery, and finally ending in the seeker’s realization of his true identity. Furthermore, dimensions, which are the metrics that physicists use to describe reality, come in three’s. Let’s start with the three dimensions most people learn in grade school. The spatial dimensions — width, height, and length — which are the easiest to visualize.

L x W x H = a cube

The cube, or common square on steroids, is the building block for every major home or building in life. The tallest of our structures or the strongest built bridges use squares and triangles. Even the triangle needs two opposite facing triangles to form the parallelogram, a four-sided plane rectangular figure with opposite sides parallel. This is the nature of God, 3 in 1 and 1 in 3. Thus it is said that God has four faces. Like points on the Compass; the four aspects of God, represent a different aspect of his nature. For those of you ready to argue, asking, well what about a circle, a sphere? Know that the equation for the volume of sphere is: V=4/3πr3

It boils down to these basics, that everything tangible we can see, feel, and hold revolve around and are created from the numbers 3 and 4.

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