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The Mystery Of Seven

Everything in life moves in cycles. Seconds, minutes, hours, and days all add up to become part of a cycle. Some cycles, such as the beating of the heart, move fast, while a millennium moves very slowly. The number 7 symbolizes eternal life in Egypt. It signifies dynamic perfection or a complete cycle.

Spiritually, the number 7 is sacred, carries "the energy of the mystics," and symbolizes wholeness and perfection (both physical and spiritual). 
Much of its importance arises from its direct link to the divine creation of all things. Higher knowledge is provided by 7, such as understanding things before they happen if you listen to your intuition or a source, gathering massive amounts of information, and having the capacity to discern. 7 is also related to things unseen or unrecognized by man, illusiveness, and mysteries. 

The number 7 is much more prevalent in nature than most of us realize: there are 7 oceans, 7 continents, 7 vertebrae in the neck, 7 layers of skin (2 outer and 5 inner), ocean waves roll in sevens, the rainbow has 7 colours, sound has 7 notes, there are 7 directions, a cube has 7 dimensions (including the inside), and science knows that changes in human beings occur biologically every seven years. 

The number 7 is also important to many cultures throughout history: from the ancient Egyptians, who believed that their soul would go through seven stages before reincarnation, to Hinduism, where there are seven chakras or energy centers, to Judaism, which uses a menorah with seven candles during Hanukkah (the Festival of Lights). In Christianity, it represents Christ's resurrection on Sunday morning, and the number 7 is used 735 times in the Bible. 

In numerology, 7 represents wisdom and knowledge; it also signifies introspection and self-improvement. 

The power of mystery is the driving force behind ENKI The Seventh Jewellery. It's about loosening your grip and letting go of control, both in life and in creativity. Giving yourself permission to take roads you've never taken before and trusting them even if they appear scary or uncertain opens the door to new experiences, ideas, inspiration, and meaning.