What are angel numbers and why do you notice them?

What are angel numbers and why do you notice them?

Are you an angel number aficionado, do you dabble in them or do you have no idea what they mean… Either way, we’ve got you covered.  

What’s an angel number?

Angel numbers are repeating numbers (like 111) or numbers that appear in a significant sequence (like 1234).

When do you notice angel numbers?

Angel numbers tend to appear at pivotal moments—like when you're grappling with an important question, feeling anxious, or seeking a sign. Whenever you encounter one, whether it's on a licence plate, a house number, or even on the receipt from your morning coffee run, it's like a subtle wink and a kiss from an angel.

What makes angel numbers significant?

These numbers are regarded as messages from the divine (whether you conceptualise it as God, a higher power, your inner wisdom, or the universe). They serve as gentle reminders that you're aligned with your path. It's a cosmic reassurance that the events unfolding in your life are part of a greater plan, signalling that you're on the brink of a new chapter.

Consider the scenario of spotting "111" on a licence plate after meeting someone special at a party. This could signify encouragement to remain open and vulnerable in matters of the heart. It's as if the universe is nudging you forward, affirming your actions and indicating its support. Each number carries its own significance, so the message conveyed by angel numbers can vary depending on the specific sequence encountered.

Even if you’re not sure about if an angel number is an angel trying to send a message, we think it’s clear that when we’re more sharp and in tune with life, we’re more likely to be focused in on noticing things, whereas when we feel less sharp is when we’re likely to not take notice of that. Because of that, in our opinion, angel numbers are still a sign that we’re in alignment with ourselves and what we’re working towards.

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