Lebron James is undoubtedly one of the best basketball players of our time. At the age of 25, he became the 10th player to be awarded the NBA Most Valuable Player award in two consecutive years. This has placed him amongst some of the most elite players of the game of basketball who have also won back-to-back MVP awards. So let’s look at how Lebron’s numerology blueprint has influenced him over the years.
LeBron was born on 12/30/1984. His birth date breaks down to the charismatic, creative, and outgoing number 30/3. The 30/3 vibration is all about self-expression. It has gifted him with the ability to attract people from all walks of life. The 3 makes him playful, creative, inspirational and motivating and the 0 gives him a tremendous power with words and the ability to inspire others.
In numerology, it is believed that a person’s birth name provides information about their inherent strengths and weaknesses. Lebron’s birthname is Lebron Reymone James, which adds up to the mystical, focused and spiritual number 7. The number 7 would indicate that from birth Lebron has had a inherit desire for knowledge, he values learning , and he respects quality, facts, and theories, as well as a need for spiritual understanding. The 7 vibration may have caused him to be very observant, analytical, and even a perfectionist. With a number 7 destiny, privacy is most likely very important to him. And he probably enjoys his time alone. Also with a 7 vibration, people may have a hard time getting to know who he really is. He may have a tendency to guard his true self until he feels that you are trustworthy enough for him to share his inner thoughts with you. The number 7 is considered the most spiritual of all numbers. It’s no surprise that he was nicknamed “King James” which is a reference to the English translation of the Christian Holy Bible. The name King James adds up to the number 7 as well.
The number 23 has also been a strong influence in his career. As we know, his jersey number is 23. In addition, he has the word “Akron” tattooed on his lower right arm and is where he calls home. Akron adds up to the number 23. The year he was drafted into the NBA was 2003 which breaks down to 23. The number 23 is known as “The Royal Star of the Lion” and it is the number of karmic rewards. It bestows not only a promise of success in personal and career endeavors; it guarantees help from superiors and protection from those in high places. It’s one of the most fortunate numbers and greatly blesses the person that represents it with abundant grace. With the vibration of the 23, there is not much of a chance to bring about serious trouble when The Royal Star of the Lion is present during difficult time. No number can challenge the Lion’s strength and will. Since the number 23 has played such a significant role in his life, maybe he should consider withdrawing his petition to have his jersey number changed to the number 6.
Lebron is in a personal year of 9. In a 9 personal year, the universe is asking him to evaluate the people and things in his life that no longer serves him. It’s about getting rid of the old in order to make room for the new. With his early exit from this years NBA playoff race and becoming a free agent this summer, King James has a lot to think about where he will call home next season. Everyone in Cleveland is holding their collective breaths.
“No one can see through what I am except for the one that made me.”
Love, Light, and Blessing