11:11, 555, 222, 333. Have you noticed that repeated digits and number patterns keep appearing in your everyday life? Do you find yourself glancing at the clock at 3:33 or 4:44 and wonder what made you look at that exact time? Some people believe that these numbers are the angels talking to us, but if that is so, what are they trying to tell us?
In a unique real-life experiment, yoga teacher Hilary Carter decided to use the numbers as signs and follow them to try and discover whether their appearance was just random or whether they did indeed carry hidden messages.
In /Number Woman/ Hilary tells the story of part of her journey, demonstrating in a practical way how she uses the numbers to guide her, how she interprets signs and synchronicities and how she finds the messages that are hidden within the numbers.
Are number signs just random and coincidental? Read Hilary’s incredible true story and decide for yourself.
REVIEWS & ENDORSEMENTS
Number Woman: You Will Never Look at Numbers in the Same Way Again by Hilary H. Carter is one woman's journey with numbers. We are taken on a journey that shows us how numbers can impact our lives and the meanings they may hold. By reading this book it will transform your relationship with numbers. I liked that she used her own journey with numbers to show how we can be impacted by them. By going on the authors journey with her we are given a look at how number synchronicity's happen and what they can lead to.
I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to see how the power of numbers can truly impact our lives and what it can lead to.
I acknowledge that I received this book free of charge from Axis Mundi Books in exchange for my honest and and unbiased opinion of it.
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~ Tiffany, Lovetoread
Number Woman by Hilary H. Carter.
A Review by Colin Whitby
When reading Number Woman it is easy to forget that this is a true story, the twists and turns of Hilary’s journey to discover her connection to St. Thomas A Becket and the places she visits have a ‘Dan Brown’ feel about them (especially when she visits the Vatican). She not only lives through numbers but when they guide her to distant places she uncovers all kinds of seemingly unconnected facts and only towards the end, like any good thriller, do we discover with her the true nature of her adventure.
Hilary uses numbers like we would use Google, when something is feeling a little strange she will look to see if there are any numerical signs to guide her. The fun thing is that the real Hilary is exactly like the one in the book, using numbers to connect events or information to great effect. Often she goes against her own thinking mind, bypassing the ego, to find herself living somewhere many of us would simply say ‘no, not there’.
When I first met her she was living in Watchet in Somerset where much of the action in the book takes place. At the time she had nearly finished her adventure but was still ready to leave at a moment’s notice if the numbers dictated. She had a feeling that she would be moving when she had been there 333 days – a number that crops up frequently in Number Woman (you will have to read the book to understand just how significant a number that is).
Another number that appears for Hilary is 11:11 and it was no surprise when she posted a Facebook picture showing the train timetable for the first train out of Watchet into Minehead, it departed at 11:11 every day. (interesting that now Hilary has moved from Watchet the train leaves at 11:14).
Recently I knew I had to contact her when just after I had the thought ‘I wonder what Hilary is doing’ I glanced at the clock and it was 11:11 – that meant, ‘give her a shout, something is up’. It just works that way.
I hope you enjoy the book as much as I did, it has the pace of a good investigative thriller yet tells a real life adventure.
~ Colin Whitby, Magic of Being
Dyscalculia is the term used for a specific learning disability affecting numbers and maths. People with dyscalculia have difficulty understanding simple number concepts, lack an intuitive grasp of numbers, and have problems learning number facts and procedures. As someone who suffers from this problem, ‘Number Woman’ is a title that should be totally unappealing and yet from the first page I found Hilary Carter’s book fascinating. All magical practitioners are aware of the importance of magical numbers and sacred geometry, and how to apply them to magical workings and interpretation, but the author brings the recognition of reoccurring numbers into daily living – and a spiritual quest. As the author herself writes: “I love the feeling of just knowing things, those times when I don’t need signs or synchronicities to guide me. The signs still appear but even without them, when my intuition is firing on all cylinders, the way forward becomes very clear.” It was intriguing following in the author’s footsteps around the different sacred sites and holy places, and I can’t honestly say that I was convinced by all this ‘numerical happenstance’ but I still found the book an absolutely fascinating read – and discovered some surprising insights along the way. ~ Suzanne Ruthven, Amazon/Waterstones