They offer everything they have to their loved one and ask for the same. They are likely to fall in love at a young age as they are attractive and positive persona.
Regarding their family life, they will marry when they are completely ready and they will probably be cool parents if they choose to have a one big family. These persons are compatible with people born on the 4th, 6th, 8th and 13th. Blue as a hue, is the symbol of balance, peacefulness and soothing.
This zodiac color should be used in objects that surround the natives.
Those with blue as sign color are genuine and sincere people in search for inner peace and a life free of tension and distress. Pure blue as a representation of the sky and oceans is the symbol of inspiration and spirituality that is calming and soothing. Opal is the birthstone of preference for Libra natives, especially those born under the October Opal presents a precious stone that reflects clarity and sincerity.
This zodiac birthstone could be used in accessories and bracelets. This gemstone is said to be beneficial in eye ailments and for eye sight. It is also said to help the healing in many kinds of diseases by purifying the blood. Opals are made from silica gel seeped into crevices in the sedimentary stratum. This gemstone comes in white, grey to black shades. Another gemstone considered influential for Libra natives is Jade. It suggests practical intelligence. This plant is known to symbolize loyalty and dependability. This zodiac flower should be used in decorative items in the places these natives spend time.
White roses mean purity, red roses sensuality and yellow roses jealousy and so on for the other shades of roses. This flower can be enjoyed during midspring to fall. Bronze is one of those metals that denote great wealth coupled with wisdom. The zodiac metal could be used in accessories and jewelry items.
Bronze relates to monetary wealth, artistic creations and warfare as it is the metal or artist and of warriors. It was thought to influence human civilization and progress. October 19 is the nd day of the year or the rd day in leap years, in the Gregorian Calendar. In numerology, the number for October 19 birthday is 1. This numerology meaning suggests leadership qualities, great will power and an original approach to life, all wrapped in a charming personality.
Most of the time, they have a self centered approach to life and can be very assertive or aggressive. The letters used with numerology 1 are a, j and s. It is the place of the infinite void, the cosmic womb, the place of unmanifest existence that is everywhere pregnant with infinite potential and possibilities. It is a state of being where past, present and future merge into the eternal NOW.
It is from that place that we come, and from which this reality emerges. Many of you have very likely experienced this state of awareness. It is available to us in meditation, in sacred ceremonies, in near-death experiences, and in traumatic moments when time seems to stop or proceed in freeze-frame. I remember experiencing this for the first time when I was It was so vivid that I even remember the date: Monday, March 4, I was late for school so my older brother, Russell, drove me in his beautiful, two-tone Ford. On the way, the hot ash of his unfiltered Lucky Strike cigarette fell on the seat between his legs.
It diverted his attention, and while he was frantically trying to deal with the hot ash, the car drifted over to edge of the road, jumped the curb and smashed into a telephone pole. We were only going about 25 to mph, but it was enough to total the car. Russ walked away with 60 stitches in his neck just under the chin. I went through the windshield and back.
As I did, time stopped. Maybe I left my body for a brief few seconds. Whatever happened, the result was that I never felt my face hitting the windshield and going through it.
I never felt the lacerations to my forehead, eyelids and nose that would require over stitches to mend. What he meant is that we come out of nothingness, the pregnant void of all potential possibilities that is beyond space-time. We keep blinking on and off, appearing and disappearing as the inhalations and exhalations of the Great Mystery. Our minds are too slow to catch it except for once in a while in visions or ceremony or states of ecstasy when we can see that we are here and not here, here and not here — and so is all of reality.
The point is this. For all of our focus on time as a precise and unchangeable quantity, it is a very relative and arbitrary thing. Albert Einstein once explained it this way. But if you sit on a hot cinder for a second, it seems like an hour. All time is relative, and the way we divide it up is a choice, one that has certain consequences.
In fact, in ancient times people lived by a month calendar. That was when the months January and February were added to the calendar, and the original fifth and sixth months were renamed July and August in honor of Julius Caesar and his successor, Augustus — both of which were made 31 days long to emphasize their importance, another arbitrary choice.
The Julian and Gregorian calendars reconciled the solar year with the sign zodiac but ignored any natural solstice cycle for a starting point. January 1 just starts where it starts. The shortest day in the northern hemisphere occurs at the winter solstice that usually occurs on December 21 or 22, after which the sun begins its return.
In the southern hemisphere this is the summer solstice and longest day. But the same principle is true. The sun shifts on this date in relationship to the Earth. Why not begin a calendar on or near this date instead of ten or eleven days later? Not to beat a dead horse, but the point is that our calendars are arbitrary choices. It is interesting to me that in Walter Berg and Mark Yazaki suggested that a sign zodiac be adopted with the addition of the constellation Ophiuchus, the Serpent-bearer.
This constellation has been known since at least the time of the great second-century astronomer, Ptolemy 90 AD— AD. Why is a sign zodiac just now being suggested? Could it be a sign of our shifting consciousness? Just for grins, consider that the reason that we divide our day into two hour segments is also an arbitrary choice, not some immutable cosmic law inscribed in granite and brought down from the mountain top.
Our hour days and nights came from the Babylonians as long ago as BC. They also used a sexagesimal system base 60 which is probably why the hours were divided into units of 60 seconds. It was a choice that came out of the consciousness of the day. Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.
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