Updated: Nov 5, 2018
Stacey: Happy Mother’s Day Sue! In honor of my own mother this Mother’s Day, I was wondering if you could tell us more about the letter “L,” my own mom’s cornerstone letter.
Sue: Sure, I would love to. Happy Mother’s Day to your mom and all the moms out there!
L is the 12 letter in the alphabet making it energetically a 3 in Numerology 1+2=3
C, L, and U all represent the 3 energy. As you can see by the shape of the letters, L is the stable one; C and U sit on rockers making them a little more scattered or impulsive. “L” sits firmly on the physical plane, but still open to the future. “L’s” hold onto information and take all things into consideration before making any decisions. “L” is an upside down 7 bringing in intuitive and psychic abilities. “L’s” have a strong desire to understand the mysteries of life on a deeper level. The straight back connecting spiritual plane to physical plane brings in creative ideas and self-expression.
According to the book, The Secret Science of Numerology, author Shirley Lawrence states, “People with more than one L in their name are prone to accidents and carelessness because they have so much on their minds that they do things too quickly.” If you have 2 “L’s” in your name I would be interested if you find this to be true. Curious Sue is Curious! Please a leave comment below.
Most “L’s” are very good communicators with a flare of sarcastic humor. So, if I were to meet someone with an “L” cornerstone, I would give them the stage and enjoy their animated way of expressing themselves. Complimenting and giving an “L” credit will make their day. I know that they are heartfelt, honest, and have good minds for legal matters. When balanced, “L’s” are optimistic and happy, but unbalanced “L’s” bring in excessive worry and an unwelcoming disposition.
Stacey: That’s truly amazing. My mom definitely loves to talk and socialize. She has always been strongly intuitive and spiritual but remains grounded and analytical when it comes to decision-making. One of the most important values she tried to instill in me growing up was honesty. What can you tell me about her full name, Lana?
Sue: Love it. When I first meet Lana, I suspect she is very good with her words but more of an observer at first until she adapts to her surroundings; like a chameleon. She is a strong-willed person who knows what she wants; even when it's wrong, she probably won't change her mind. I think Lana likes to dress in a professional manner to show her pride and ability to stand on her own two feet. There are a lot of ideas forming in Lana's mind as she has a great imagination. but these ideas come and go and most never get started. Lana loves to dream. Decision-making can be confusing for her as she has both analytical and intuitive abilities. She often experiences a tug of war between listening to her gut or weighing the facts. I think Lana might be very good with numbers and writing.
Stacey: Wow, so much of that is true! My mom has always been a talker. Growing up my friends always went to her for her good advice. And yes, she has always struggled between balancing her gut with logic and reason. Thank you! What a great gift to share with her this Mother’s Day. For your other “L” readers, what can you tell us about the name Lawrence?
Sue: You’re welcome! Having the first name Lawrence would suggest that he is multi-talented. Lawrence has some deep-seated emotions that help him understand the less-fortunate and drives his need to be of service to help. He is quiet in nature, observing and intuitively finds the answers to the questions he seeks. Travel is important especially international, as this gives him the ability to research and study areas such as ancient history. It is possible that he doesn’t travel physical per se but through books instead. The internet can also take him on a journey. He can be dreamy and in his own head at times seeking time to be alone. Intuitiveness, intense dreams, and a deeper knowing are part of Lawrence’s make-up. Lawrence needs to be careful with overindulgence in feeding his physical senses. And, for Lawrence, this can become an issue.
Stacey: So cool. I am excited to see what names your readers ask us to explore next time!
Sue: Yes, I hope my readers are enjoying this series as much as I am. To send me a name you’d like me to read, visit my website: firstname.lastname@example.org or text (207) 907-5446.
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