This is exactly where a question of the way we present the date of birth matters that rarely anyone addresses. Some of us show the date of birth in a day-first format (dd/mm/yy) and others show it in a month-first format (mm/dd/yy). There are some additional variations but let’s stick to the most common ones. Now this would be fine if we only had one definition to follow, with no regard to the collective unconsciousness that led to this strange situation in which some people seem to have the first number first, and the others the first number second. How do we approach this issue?
First of all we need to understand that one day is shorter than a month. I have often seen information on the follow up of numbers in order month – day – year, but we have to understand that this brings a sort of confusion in our view of numerology of each individual. A day is much more personal than an entire month, and each day has two digits it is combined out of (01, 02, …, 31). Each of these numbers has its own story and it is not the same if you were born on the 1st or the 28th of any month, because you are made out of different digits. If we have this in mind, we might understand how confusing it gets when we put the month first, as if we are hiding our true nature of the exact date behind it.
Source: Hazim Haemoglobin
The interesting thing to observe here is that the largest part of the world uses the format in which the day comes first, and if you check out the map of countries in which this is not the case, you might be surprised (Date Format). Are those in magenta countries where people hide behind others, behind the system, hide from themselves? Who rules them and their lives and why do they make this choice?
This is a phenomenon linked to calculating your life path number that can be understood as similar to the retrograde movement of planets and the delusions it might lead to. There is only one day, one month and one year in which you were born, but the choices in which you wish to interpret this differ from country to country, and depend on our nation’s state of mind. Ask yourself – which format would you choose?