March 11 I Ching Numerology, Angel Number, Animal Spirit Guide or Animal Spirit Helper, Wisdom of Buddha Daily Divination Journal

I Ching

Hexagram Fifty – Two 52

Kên / The Mountain

Above this Mountain’s summit another more majestic rises:
The Superior Person is mindful to keep his thoughts in the here and now.

Stilling the sensations of the Ego, he roams his courtyard without moving a muscle, unencumbered by the fears and desires of his fellows.
This is no mistake.

SITUATION ANALYSIS:

There is a higher vantage point available to you, but it is obscured by the visible peak of personal ambition.
To climb to this higher plane, you must shake off the desires and fears of the conscious, visible world around you.
To make this journey you must quiet the Ego, empty your mind of past and future, and dwell totally in the moment at hand.
Thorough mindfulness of what is before you is the only tranquility.
Be. Here. Now.

Numerology

From Numerology Double Digit Numbers – 12

Twelve

It is highly creative, individualistic, and unconventional. It relies on the self as opposed to a group. Can be selfish and is almost always a little irresponsible. Not good at managing time. Inefficient.

Angel Number

From Angel Numbers – Number 119

One Hundred Nineteen

Keep your thoughts and visions positive at all times. Your virtuous life path depends on it. Staying positive guarantees you success in all what you do, either in your spiritual life or material matters.

Animal Spirit Guide and/or Animal Spirit Helper

From UniGuide.com – For more information about the Dog

Dog meanings and symbolism include adaptability, family, friendship and affection, loyalty and devotion, patience and perseverance, bravery, protection, sensitivity and insight, purpose, and joy. While it’s arguable when dogs first became domesticated, some historians believe it first happened in northern Eurasia between 14,000 and 29,000 years ago. Historical evidence shows that wolves began following nomadic peoples to eat the leftovers from their hunting expeditions. Fast-forward to today, and dogs are now a part of people’s lives all over the world. So, dog meanings and symbolism, including the spiritual meanings of dogs and the dog spirit animal, are important topics to the many people who adore these special animals.

Table of Contents

What does a dog symbolize?

Detailed Dog Symbols and Meanings

Dog Mythology and Folklore

Mesopotamian Dog Mythology

Dog Meaning in Ancient Egypt

The Dog in African Folklore

Dog Meaning in Greek Mythology

Celtic Hounds

Dog Symbolism in Norse Mythology

Dog Meaning in the Bible

Dog Symbolism in Islam and the Middle East

Dog Meaning in Zoroastrianism

The Dog in Hindu Mythology

Dogs in Buddhism

Dog Meaning in China

Native American Dog Meanings

Mesoamerican Dog Mythology

Australian Aboriginal Dogs and Dingoes

Dog Spirit Animal

Dog Power Animal

Dog Totem

Dog Dream Meaning

Dog Tattoo Meaning

Organizations that Protect Dogs

Wisdom of Buddha