The Number 29 - Definition

Definitions of Compound Numbers

The Number 29
Grace Under Pressure

The 29 is a number of perhaps the heaviest Karma of all. It tests the person or entity it represents for spiritual strength, through trials and tribulations echoing the Old Testament story of Job. The life is filled with uncertainties, treachery and deception from others, unreliable friends, unexpected dangers - and considerable grief and anxiety caused by members of the opposite sex. It's a number of grave warnings in every area of the personal life and career. When 29 is the Compound Key Number of the name, it's obvious that the spelling of the name should be changed to lift this difficult vibration, unless one is a masochist.

If 29 is the birth number, and thereby unavoidable, conscious effort must be made to dilute and eventually to negate, neutralise, or erase this karmic burden. It can, to a great extent, be eased by choosing a new name(or spelling) with a strongly positive Compound Key Number.

In the specific instance of the 29 vibration (bringing with it also the secondary vibration of ll, which should also be read regarding the way to relieve the karmic burden) - remember that the development of absolute faith in goodness and the power of the Self ... the constant and energetic cultivation of optimism ... will act as a miraculous medicine for the problems of the number 29.

After all, Job's burdens were finally lifted, when he had learned to accept full responsibility for his troubles, and not to blame others or seek revenge for the hurts he suffered. Not only did his long bad-luck streak end at last, he was given back everything he'd lost, several times over. So, if you were born on the 29th, change the vibration of your name to a powerful number, such as 19, follow Job's example, and soon you'll be as happy as - or happier than - anyone else. Interestingly, the name "Job" equals the powerful Compound number l0 - a difficult vibration to defeat.

Read also the Single Number 2 Definition

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