The number 7 in numerology

Numerology is the study of the numerical value behind different words, objects, or even names. The number 7 has a very special place in numerology as it is considered to be a symbol for spiritual perfection.

This article will explore some of the ways that the number 7 represents spiritual perfection in numerology.

One way that the number 7 represents spiritual perfection is through the Tree of Life. The basis for the Tree of Life is the Hebrew letters. Each Hebrew letter corresponds to a realm on the Tree of Life. The Tree of Life is not an occult symbol but it can be understood to be the foundation for the Kaballah.

There are seven main paths on the Tree of Life: Kether (Crown), Chokmah (Wisdom), Binah (Understanding), Chesed (Mercy), Geburah (Power), Tiphareth (Beauty), and Netzach (Victory).

The Tree of Life was later used in medieval Kabbalah to represent the spiritual world. As such, its branches are the levels of reality in which we live. It is believed that the Tree of Life is a map of the universe, and that each of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet corresponds to a different part of the universe. (For more information on the Tree of Life, see the article on the Tree of Life.)

Another way that the number 7 represents spiritual perfection is through the number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet. This is reflected in the number of “chakras” in the Kaballah. The number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet is 5+1=6, which is the same as the number of chakras. The number of chakras is the total number of paths in the Kaballah.

The Kaballah contains both a tree and a path of numbers. Each letter of the alphabet has a number associated with it, which is the number of chakras. The number of paths in the Kaballah is the sum of the numbers of the letters and their paths.

“The Path of the Word” is the word of the spiritual path and the numbers of the letters of the Word are the number of the chakras. “The Path of the Letter” is the path that a letter takes in alphabetic order.

The number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet is 5+1=6, which is also equal to the total path numbers. The Paths are derived from this by adding 1 for every letter that has a specific meaning assigned to it and subtracting 2 (the sum) if there’s no such assignment or 3(number of paths).

For example: There’s an association with each numerological value between 11 spiritual perfection and its corresponding color on the Kabbalistic Tree Of Life chart.

In his book, “The Rainbow” by Sir Laurence Gardner: “The Rainbow is the color of 7, which symbolizes spiritual perfection. In fact,” he goes on to say: “we are each sevenfold beings; we have a physical body composed of and protected by our etheric double (7), as well as 3 permanent soul bodies at higher levels.”


In Kabbalah there’s an association between certain numbers with their corresponding chakras in order that they correspond to us or something else connected with them because it doesn’t really matter what number you use but just how much those amounts relate back together into one whole thing related through time space & eternity within itself!

The number 7 is considered a symbol for spiritual perfection in numerology. The Tree of Life also has seven branches, and the path between each two letters on this tree contains three digits (a total of 15). It can therefore be said that there are fifteen paths down which we travel our journey toward God’s presence or love throughout creation–the six etheric planes (six heavens) plus human beings’ interaction with them through physical existence:

The path that we take through our lives is made up of the letters and numbers in God’s name. The first three paths on this tree are known as Kether, Chokmah, Binah: they represent absolute knowledge (Kether), wisdom (Chokmah) and understanding or reason (Binah). These realms correspond to the upper most part of a man’s being; his soul body. Each domain has ten emanations which corresponds with each letter by virtue of their numerical value from 1-10 thus giving us 10 divisions for every level within them too!


These three letters are considered to be the most important in numerology as they form God’s name, YHVH. This is because when you put together all numbers and letters into one word it creates a set of values that express universal truths or laws. It has been suggested by some scholars that these first branches on the Tree of Life represent different levels within our being: the physical body, the soul (or etheric double), and our higher selves.

The letters on this tree are arranged in a way that they form God’s name: YHVH which is found at their root or base of the Tree of Life. The letter “Y” represents Yesod–it can be seen as mankind’s interaction with god through three different media; firstly by worshiping him physically, secondly spiritually when one makes spiritual contact via meditation/prayer -and thirdly individually it refers to us being created from his breath.

We must also understand that each number within these branches has its own meaning too reflecting upon human knowledge and understanding throughout history! Each level offers different levels for enlightenment depending on how we use them! This path between 2nd degree Kether –Chokmah-Binah contains 15 chakras therefore relating back down into 1st degree Chockmah = Wisdom = 0=15 because if you add up all numbers and letters in God’s name the total number of chakras will be 15!

This path relates to 6th degree Kether –Chokmah-Binah and can relate back into 7th degree Chockmah = Wisdom=1. The letter “H” represents Yesod, it’s our interaction with god through physical things/creation .The letter is made up from 3 separate parts: H meaning mouth or Genesis (the beginning), G which means giving birth via generation & I being man -mankind as a whole that we are all born out of his breath therefore relating us back down to 1st place because if you add up all numbers and letters in God’s Name the total amount for yesod(mouth)will also equal 14!! This link between these two paths goes right off at an angle but still contains 13 levels within itself so essentially they equate together again! although there have been many different ways people have interpreted this just by looking more closely at the letters and numbers in God’s name they are so interlinked that it would be almost impossible not to!


The path between 3rd degree Kether –Chokmah-Binah contains 15 chakras therefore relating back down into 1st 2nd place because if you add up all numbers and letters in God’s Name (YHVH)the total amount for yesod is 14 plus 10 = 24 whilst also adding together 8 x 7 which equals 16!! This one can get a bit confusing but when added together as such we have 12 +15=27 Therefore this element/path itself has been shown by many scholars over time to relate again with our physical body being generated from within ourselves -outside of space &time via his breath.

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