What does the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology say about free will? Do we have free will, or is our destiny fully determined by the numbers of our names and birth date?
Numerology and free will
According to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, free will is seen as a game of chess. You have your free will to move your pieces around the way you want. However, you don’t have any influence on the rules of chess.
This means that with our free will, we have the power to regulate our lives according to free will, but we’re not able to change the laws of the universe from our free will. Sulfuric acid will always behave according to its natural laws and so will sodium chloride.
This means that our free will is limited to the laws of nature, but it’s also limited to the vibrations of our name and birth date.
Here the vibrations of our name and birth date – in a metaphorical sense – determine whether we’re a pawn, a rook, or even a king or queen.
Through the free will of a pawn, you can only do so much, but from the free will of a king or a queen, you can do a lot more.
It’s important to understand that from the perspective of our free will, we create our karma. We decide if we’re going to use our free will to think good thoughts, speak good words, and do good deeds, or to do the opposite.
However, doing the first mentioned is much easier if you’re fully balanced with your name, or perhaps also with your birthdate as the vibrations of your name and birth date determines your mindset.
If you’re perfectly balanced with your name and your birth date, and you choose to create good karma, you’ll have a blessed and very happy life. If you do the opposite – even with a perfectly balanced name – you’re going to suffer the karmic consequences eventually. However, this will also teach you important lessons, as this will make you humbler and more humane to other people.
What about the “law of attraction”?
According to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, our thoughts are extremely important to our physical and mental wellbeing. Here it’s believed that wrongful thinking creates health problems of all sorts. For example, stress causes a lower life quality which creates a reduced sleep quality, which makes your body more vulnerable to serious health problems. These are problems that are denoted by the 11/2, 29/2, 38/2, or/and 47/2 vibrations.
If you believe that life is not fair, that all your problems are somebody else’s fault, and that you’ve done nothing wrong, then you suffer from victimhood, which is denoted by the 12/3 vibration.
This causes anxiety, paranoia, and in some cases mental illnesses. It also causes a likelihood of drug abuse or any other kind of self-destructive behavior.
According to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, we’re responsible for every inch of our destiny. Even if we have been done severely wrong by another person, here it’s believed according to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology that this is done because we ourselves have done a similar thing to another person earlier in our lives or even in a past life.
All karma must be paid. It’s that simple.
So according to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, our thoughts are not able to alter the laws of nature, but our thoughts are able to determine how we feel, and thereby what we go out and create in our lives.