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What does 11:11 mean when we catch it on our phone or a digital clock? Is 11:11 a mere coincidence or is there something bigger happening here? …some folk catch this magical number more than others!


Angels at Elvie

As I started to awaken, I began to see this number all the time.

I believe it is to do to with synchronicity. Many of the clients that I give Angel Readings to are also seeing 11:11. For me… another window started to open up in my life… it was my Angels offering me guidance and a new direction. So I left my 9 to 5 local authority job and am now doing what I love… counselling and passing on messages from my Angels – and feeling very humble that I am in this position to work with the Angelic Realm in this way.

Ask for the guidance from your Angels when you start to see 11:11 or other sequences1111 of numbers 222, 444, 1234 to find out what message there is for you. Maybe pay attention to the moment when you see these Angel Numbers; to what is going on in your surroundings. Maybe when we see 11:11 we should simply stop and recognise the significance of the moment.

To me… it is a friendly sign from the universe; my soul; my higher-self… saying that everything is in alignment and I am exactly where I am supposed to be at this moment in time.

According to numerology the number 11 possesses the qualities of patience, honesty, spirituality, sensitivity, intuition and is idealistic. 2017 adds up to a 1 and my Angel Readings this year are full of The Magician, Aces, Pages and Knights

I have read that seeing 11:11 can be seen as a glitch in the matrix and a way for the spirit world to communicate with us.

I don’t know if we will ever find out exactly what it means. Find out what it means for you. I know I always smile whenever I see 11:11… and it makes me feel that my life is moving in the right direction.

I like the idea that 11:11 opens a window to heaven…. and we can make a wish! Fiona x

“Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see.” — Carl Jung (1875 – 1961)