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My Manifestation of The Day


"I am deeply appreciative and grateful of all the abundance that is appearing in my life at this time. I have put in the work and I fully deserve to receive all of these wonderful blessings in my life."

Numerology Reading: 10 of Cups

Your much-deserved blessings are finally here! When you look at the Ten of Cups card, you’ll see 10 cups in an arc shape, symbolizing abundant blessings from the divine.

The rainbow in the background indicates that challenging times and sadness are in the past and a beautiful new life is beginning.

I am so happy for you! This card symbolizes community, family, and the ability to truly have everything you want become real in your life without limitation.

It means you are at a place of feeling fully satisfied with the fulfillment of your most important dreams and wishes. This is the time you’ve been waiting for!

Take a moment to breathe deeply and drink it all in and to be grateful for all the wonderful blessings in your life. You put in the work and you deserve to reap the rewards.

This energy is great for creating strong genuine, deeply-connected bonds to friends, family and others in your soul tribe, providing true fulfillment, harmony and peace that will last for years to come.

It’s almost like a fairy tale ending of all your dreams finally coming true. It may even feel surreal to you right now, but it’s all real and you absolutely deserve it! Enjoy!

Facts About the Number 10

Moses wrote down 10 commandments and many people tithe 1/10th of their income which was based on people tithing 1/10th of their produce to people who had less than them.

Lord Vishnu had 10 different human incarnations and Jesus mentioned the Parable of the 10 Virgins.

Our numerical system is based on tens and ten percent of the world is left-handed. . In Sikhism, there are ten human gurus.

In the Jewish tradition, usually in the month of September, the Ten Days of Repentance are observed beginning with Rosh Hashanah and ending on Yom Kippur. These are considered to be the holiest days of the year.

Pythagoras considered ten to be the most sacred number, as 10 = 1+2+3+4 with representing 1= existence, 2=creation, 3= life and the four elements.

The latin root word for ten is "deca" which appears in decade, decimate (reduce by 1/10th), decathlon, and decapod.

To your much deserved rewards.

**My Personal Reading Comes From Aurora Starr-Your Soul Guide

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