Nov. 10, 2022
Cuesta explores 11:11 meaning in his new book
-- November 11 being Veterans Day in the USA, Remembrance Day in Canada, and originally Armistice Day, Lee Cuesta will publish a post on his blog entitled, "Most complete explanation of 11:11." Cuesta observes, "It is quite significant that November 11 this year is 11-11-22 because, of course, 22 = 11+11."
Cuesta's blog post is an excerpt from his new book, Successful Spiritual Waiting: the 7 Maxims
. A thorough exploration of the "11:11" phenomenon, the excerpt is from Maxim 4, "I and my life are in Perfect Alignment at this moment." Cuesta says, "I glanced at my digital watch recently, and it was 11:11:11. I also glimpsed 11:11 AM on 11-1 (November 1). One time I spontaneously observed 11:11 on our digital kitchen timer while counting down — backwards! Of course, I catch sight of 11:11 on digital clocks many more times than I can remember."
What do these parallel lines represent? Sometimes Cuesta sees them as parallel roadways or corridors, other times as open channels, or conduits. He writes, "No matter how I visualize them, these parallel lines represent Perfect Alignment. Those parallel lines, 11:11, are perfectly aligned. And so whenever I spontaneously glance 11:11 on a digital clock, I can claim the promise that 'At this moment, my life is in perfect alignment.'"
He continues, "I may not feel it, when I see 11:11 on the clock. For example, I recently glimpsed 11:11 PM on a Friday night. On that night, my wife and I were immersed in mechanical problems with our Subaru—specifically, the 'hill holder' feature with manual transmission. It got dark while we were waiting for the tow truck to arrive. And it was raining. So when I spontaneously saw 11:11, I said to myself: 'At this moment, even amid all that's happening right now, I and my life are in perfect alignment.'"
Cuesta's oldest granddaughter had a small 11:11 tattooed between her wrist and the base of her thumb, nearly always visible, as a constant reminder. Cuesta dispels a myth. He writes, "Seeing 11:11 is NOT a time to make a wish. Rather, it is the moment for affirmation and acknowledgement of the alignment and blessing already in my life, and therefore gratitude."
On November 11, his complete blog post may be found at two of his websites, www.leecuesta.com
. The excerpt is from his new book, Successful Spiritual Waiting: the 7 Maxims
. Both the paperback and hardcover editions are available to buy on Amazon. The Identifiers for each edition are as follows: ISBN 9798845851901 (hardcover); ISBN 9798433571730 (paperback).