Why is the seven so important?

For the Christians, old European religions, Muslims and Hindus is the 7 the divine or God number…

For the Chinese it doesn’t make sense, because they don’t have a personal God relationship… I explain later…

How many days has the week?

How many different music (full) notes have the Indian, European and Arabian Music Note system?

We have 24 whirls in our spin… 7 neck whirls, 12 breast whirls and 5 lumber whirls… this means 2 times 12.
for our 12 music note system we have 5 half notes and 7 full notes…

Most people can retain roughly seven items of information in their short-term memory. …
The Indian and the western religious music have a scale of maximum 7 different notes of the 12 notes Octave. And you can use different octaves still, you have to stick to these 7 notes.

More than 7 notes leads to distraction in music…

If you want to contemplate God/divine with music, then you need music with a fixed scale of max. 7 different Notes regardless from which octaves!

The next reasons are, if you look for a good number that will benefit you, then the best number is 7… Try it out in every area of your life…

Or 7 is a prime number.

Or read the religious books of the Christian, Muslims and Hindus… Guess 7 is the best.

In the New Testament, the number seven symbolizes the unity of the four corners of the Earth with the Holy Trinity. The number seven is also featured in the Book of Revelation (seven churches, seven angels, seven seals, seven trumpets, and seven stars). The Koran speaks of seven heavens and Muslim pilgrims walk around the Kaaba in Mecca (Islam’s most sacred site) seven times. In Hinduism there are seven higher worlds and seven underworlds, and in Buddhism the newborn Buddha rises and takes seven steps.

It is associated with luck and magical properties.

For the Chinese it is different… they have a 5 note system …
The Chinese mantras and numbers are based on sounds and the meaning is not important…
With the Chinese numbers you can heal and so with the mantras …
because different sounds resonate with different parts or organs of your body…

For instance,
1 ((yi or yao) is for the head,
2 (ar) for the heart,
3 (sahn) for the chest,
4 (si) for esophagus,
5 (wu) stomach
6 (liu) ribs
7 (chi) liver
8 (ba) navel
9 (Jiu) lower abdomen
10 (shi) anus
11 (shiyi) limbs

Why should the Chinese prioritize one number? It doesn’t make sense for healing…

My Video: Why is the seven so important? https://youtu.be/BL5DF4S_8_c
My Audio on Podcast: RELAX WITH MEDITATION or see link in the end.
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