Do you see a number repeatedly?
Many people see a specific number repeatedly in specific period of life. For example, I saw number 22 again and again, here and there for many years.
Do you see such a number repeatedly? If yes, what number it is?
We are surrounded by a sea of numbers all the time, both at home, at work, etc. Which ones we consciously are aware of seeing is really irrelevant, there is no overarching significance to seeing a number in a recurring way. It's similar to thinking of a song and then hearing it play on the radio minutes later, what are the odds? There are so many songs they could have played! Coincidences like this give you the feeling of a pattern from randomness, it's part of how our brains attempt to understand the world.
All the numbers I tend to see are prime numbers, but I think that's because I like prime numbers and so I am, whether I realize it or not, looking for them.
I see 1/2 of eight repeatedly; yet I am so confused by this because when I see 1/2 of eight I see multiple solutions. Some of these include 3, 4, part of 5, a nibble, pieces of 8, E ( note E=MC to the 2nd power) or the Theory of Relativity. Therefore could one conclude I see confusion?
by catalystsnstars 2 years ago
Why do I keeping seeing the number "111" everywhere?!! What does it mean??!I keep seeing 111, I have an idea of what it means since a friend introduced me to the concept a while ago. But now I feel like someone is trying to tell me something, a warning of some sort. It seems to me like...
by stanwshura 6 years ago
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by devbhagat 8 years ago
what are co prime numbers
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 3 years ago
Do you see any specific number repeatedly?Do you see any specific number repeatedly? Do you know that number gives you some indications, according to numerology?
by maria.rose 7 years ago
What are prime numbers?
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