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Welcome to my February Newsletter.
Where did January go? I don’t know about you, but it seemed to me that the month of January fleetingly appeared and then was over in a flash. Whereas January, with its high energy ‘5’ vibration was a hectic, high activity month, February is likely to bring opportunities for us to slow down and spend time enjoying the pleasures of life.
The month of February 2020 (2/2020) is a ‘6’ month in numerology (2 2 0 2 0 = 6). Six is the number of harmony. With its feminine energy it needs a peaceful life in order to maintain balance.
Six is ruled by the planet Venus, highlighting love, relationships and beauty. Venus oversees the sign of Libra, an Air sign, emphasising the importance of good communication. The energy of this month will support us in clearing the air and resolving any misunderstandings we may have with others. The emphasis is on mutual co-operation.
If your birthdate adds up to a 6, or if you were born on the 6th, 15th or 24th of the month, you carry the ‘6’ energy with you. You are patient and kind with a great love of family and home. At times you feel a huge responsibility to others. This can sometimes be burdensome especially when you put the needs of others before your own. With a strong dislike of conflict, you try and keep the peace whatever the cost.
With the Australian bushfires resulting in the death of so much wildlife, Steve Irwin, with his close relationship to the natural world, comes to mind. A brief description of Steve as a Life Path 6 is given below.
STEVE IRWIN – LIFE PATH 6
Steve Irwin was a renowned wildlife expert, zookeeper and environmentalist. With the birthdate of 22nd February 1962 (22/2/1962) Steve was a Life Path 6. Number 6 is about love and responsibility to others. Steve had a deep love of family and an immense love of the animal kingdom. His special relationship with animals included an uncanny knack of understanding them. Steve had great focus and vision, both attributes of the Number 6, and worked tirelessly to protect and save endangered species of wildlife.
Although Steve died suddenly in 2006 after sustaining a fatal stingray injury to the heart, his conservation work continues through his wife Terri and their two children Bindi and Bob.