What Does 1157 Mean?
If you see angel number 1157, the message relates to the field of money and hobbies and says that You are too carried away with the search for your own “paradise on earth” where you can do whatever you want and get whatever you require for it. You are a step away from the brink that separates big money from lawlessness. Take care, because by taking this step, you will forever cut off your ways to retreat. Unless it is too late.
Detailed significance of 1157 single digits
Angel number 1157 represents a spectrum of energies of number 1, appearing twice, number 5, number 7
Two or more Ones in the message of heaven mean that the negative qualities of this number have won you over. Strength has turned into unjustified cruelty in dealing with people, independence - into snobbery, prudence - into anger and inability to keep your emotions under control. If you do not change your ways, then the angels will “wash their hands off it”.
The Five in the message of heaven in this case is a warning. It warns that even the manifestations of the best qualities must remain within reason. Your constant desire for absolute independence has a negative effect on your well-being. Haven’t you noticed it yourself?
In this situation, the Seven in the message from above means that you have somewhat overdone in your desire to always take the position of an outsider. Now you are considered to be a heartless cynic, a pedant, not capable of good feelings. Think how to fix it. Otherwise, the reputation of an extremely unsympathetic person will be with you forever.
1157 numerology meaning
The frequently seen combination of the One and the Five is a good sign, promising success in all areas of your life at once. It is most practical to use the luck in the area that gives you the biggest concern: in financial one, for example.
In the near future, you will have a chance to ensure a comfortable existence for the rest of your days. There comes an extremely good time for investment. If you have spare money, look for where to invest it. There is only one “but”: in no case should you accept relevant offers from a person you were once close with.