What is the meaning of angel number 313 in numerology? In short…embrace your creativity and spirituality
At first sight, 313 is a somewhat uninspiring number, but the more you delve into it, the more there is to find.
The number 313 is all about exploring your creativity and spirituality, where the inspiring journey is every bit as enjoyable as reaching your final destination.
The meaning of 3, 1 and 7 (3+1+3).
In numerology, 3 represents creativity, expression, spontaneity, and communication, and the fact that the number appears twice in 313 reinforces the importance of all these aspects.
There is a beautiful symmetry at play here too.
The number 1 in the middle – with its connotations of self-awareness, self-expression, intuition and initiative – provides perfect balance between the two 3’s.
Then by adding the numbers together, we arrive at the magical, mystical, philosophical, spiritual number of 7.
THE DEEPER MEANING OF ANGEL NUMBER 313
The number 7 positively vibrates to the themes of spiritual enlightenment and development, inner knowing and wisdom.
As such, it ties in perfectly with the creative energies of 3 and the inner looking qualities of 1. But 7 strongly relates to our mental, intellectual and logical abilities too.
One of the key messages of 313 is that in any spiritual quest, we need to use our “hard skills” like intellect, drive, determination, logic and life experience alongside our “soft skills” like creativity, intuition, inspiration and the subconscious mind.
The 1 reminds us that the journey of looking inwards can only be done alone. The double three reminds us to look for wisdom from both sides: inside and out, with logic and intuition, consciously and subconsciously, actively and passively.
The pattern of 313 underlines the importance of balance. And everything culminates in the pure magic of the spiritual 7.
Angel number 313 can also be seen as a representation of different shamanic worlds.
- The 1 in the center represents the middle world where we live in the present moment.
- The first 3 symbolizes the upper world, the heavens, and the ineffable light and glory beyond the heavens.
- The second 3 denotes the lower world, the underworld, and the shadowy darklands that lie beneath the underworld.
Contact with the spirit world can be used to inspire and encourage your creativity.
Using your creative expression, the message is that you can get to where you want to be, doing what you want to do. But that journey is not always easy. Sometimes the creative juices flow, but other times inspiration is hard to come by.
There is only one answer.
Years ago I took a creative writing course, and the teacher’s parting words in the final class have always stayed with me: “You will never write anything until you physically sit down with pen and paper in hand.”
In other words, the drive and the initiative to create have to come from you.
It’s important to add that expressing yourself is not just about creating something beautiful. Communicating your art, sharing your vision and inspiring others to do the same are all part of that same creative process.
You can use your optimism, your positive experiences and your creative talents to uplift and inspire others and help them through hard times.
Back to earth
Although there is a strong spiritual and creative resonance to 313, there is also a more practical, down to earth aspect.
Sometimes, the 3 can be indicative of a disruptive, argumentative tension – creative tension even.
The presence of the two 3’s may be indicative of two parties diametrically opposed to each other. Yet at all times, the 1 in the centre provides the balance.
It’s like three individual notes in a chord that shouldn’t work together, but which when played produce a beautiful sound.
Or salt and vinegar on our chips – not an obvious combination when you think about it, but a definite must for any chip lover!
Or most pertinently, a couple whose differences, disagreements and arguments are conversely the very things that bind them together.
The 1 in the middle of the 3’s perfectly balances the two sides: it simultaneously separates and joins them together.
So the message of angel number 313 might be for warring couples to accept and celebrate their differences, rather than seeing disparities as a negative aspect of their relationship.
7 Potential Messages Of Number Angel Number 313
Message One: Look after your spiritual health
We all know how important it is to look after our physical, mental and emotional health.
To stay fully in balance, we need to attend to our spiritual health too, but these days, many of us are far too busy to do just that.
Angel number 313 tells us to step off the merry-go-round for once, ground yourself, and take time to reflect on your own spirituality.
Message Two: Stay balanced
Is your work/life balance right? Are you getting enough sleep? Are you setting aside enough time to do the things you enjoy and be with the people you love?
The sequence 3-1-3 has a wonderful balance to it, and it may be that the numbers are telling you that you need a little more equilibrium in your life!
Message Three: Nurture your creativity
Angel number 313 tells us don’t die with your music still in you!
Paint a picture, sing songs, write a poem, play music.
The numbers have a clear message here: it’s up to you – and you alone – to take the initiative and do whatever makes you happy.
Message Four: Accept yourself for who you are
I see so many people who are too hard on themselves. They score 90% in an exam, but beat themselves up for the 10% they lost.
Be kind to yourself, and cut yourself some slack. Tell yourself you’re doing just fine. Your mind and body will thank you for it!
Message Five: Embrace diversity
The world would be a boring place if everyone was the same.
The two 3’s either side of the 1 might indicate that you should embrace and celebrate your partner’s differences, not get mad at them!
Message Six: Be spontaneous
You may have a tendency to overthink things, and give yourself 1001 reasons not to do something.
It’s not a case of think now and act later: it’s more DO IT RIGHT NOW!
Message Seven: Wisdom comes from within … and from outside!
Philosophers since the beginning of time have told us that wisdom comes from introspection and inner knowing.
They are right, of course – but wisdom can also be sourced from the outside, by channeling and absorbing knowledge from external sources like inspirational teachers, spirit guides, angels, Gods and Goddesses.