There is an awareness growing in the world that self-centeredness and a materialistic focus must give way to a simplified, sustaining, and benevolent way of life.
The archetype of the letter “Nn” shares with you its recommended teachings to follow in making the transition from the worldly accepted lifestyle to a more wholesome, unified, and inner-directed way of life.
The letter “Nn” represents emergence and newness. This letter tells you to be conscious of what confines and controls you. It asks if there are habits, addictions, states of apathy, busyness, or beliefs that hold you back from stepping into the dawning of a new day, a new era wherein wisdom, intuition, understanding, and benevolent love illuminate the world spirit.
Under the influence of the letter “Nn,” you are prompted to break through the soil of familiarity and emerge with a new understanding of how you affect the whole of creation by your choices. It reminds you of a planted seed, when nurtured properly, how it breaks through its shell, breaks through the soil, even if it is hardened, and sprouts and grows as a mature plant.
The archetype of the letter “Nn” encourages you to see each new day as an invitation to learn more of your talents and creative expressions, that you may share them in a new way.
This letter reminds you that each new day gives you the opportunity to renew or revise your intentions for meeting your practical needs and desires. It tells you to be aware of the motives that prompt you in creating your agenda for each new beginning.
Further advice of the letter “Nn” is that you see each new day as an opportunity to strengthen and advance qualities that are characteristic of an emerging spirit. It says, nurture these qualities. Let them flourish and blossom so that all may benefit from them.
All the breakthroughs you are asked to make in this lifetime require courage, strong will, endurance, and perseverance. To this message the letter “Nn” adds: be faithful to your inner calling, then you and the world will be renewed and resurrected with a New Spirit.
Angeline Welk of Princeville is a professional handwriting analyst. She writes this regular column for The Garden Island and maintains a website at http://ourlivingalphabet.com. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org