Thursday, June 5, 2014

6 Ways Numerology Can Improve Your Life

The wisdom and knowledge of Numerology dates back to 560 AD and has ties to ancient cultures such as Rome, Egypt, Greece and China. It has strong ties to the Hebrew Kabballah. Numerology is practiced in many countries throughout the world. It is a Divination Tool which when studied and applied has many benefits and gifts. The following touches upon some of the ways Numerology can assist you and how you can profit from understanding your personal Numerology.
1. Self-Awareness
By exploring your personal Numerology Chart, you can actually validate who you are as a person because it explains all the energy that makes you the unique individual that you are.  By being more consciously aware of who you are you are more apt to live a happier, healthier and more purposeful life. Understanding your talents and abilities goes a long way in developing them. Self-awareness is the 1st step to being successful because it brings about confidence, self-acceptance and greater love of self.

2. Understanding Your Divine Mission
Each soul enters a physical lifetime to evolve in consciousness and each soul has chosen a Divine Mission. In reality, our lives and what we experience is a direct reflection of that mission. By understanding what our souls chose we can understand our life on a deeper level. Instead of struggling, we can find acceptance and work in harmony with our soul to achieve our destined mission.

3. Acceptance of Others
Once we understand Numerology, we can apply it to each and every person we come into contact with in life. We can understand them on a deeper level as well. Instead of having expectations that they should think and feel as we do, we simply learn to allow them to think and feel whatever way is right for them. Numerology can be instrumental in creating healthier relationships with anyone once we understand them from an energetic standpoint.

4. Challenges
Numerology identifies your challenges in life or in other words, your “Achilles Heel”.  Our challenges are usually created early on in life and sometimes they take a lifetime to overcome. By understanding your challenges, you can make a conscious choice to work on them. Challenges, when overcome, turn out to be our greatest strengths. You can literally take a problem and turn it into an asset by working on your challenges.

5. Timing
Numerology identifies specific energy that flows into your life at different times in your life. That energy creates your experiences and opportunities. By fully understanding when that energy is present and what activities it supports allows you to make the most use out of that time in your life. You can take advantage of the timing in your Numerology Chart and make decisions which would allow for a favorable or more productive outcome.

6.  Enlightenment
Any Divination tool serves to enhance your connection to the spiritual however Numerology is a direct link to your soul essence. For those of you in search of a deeper meaning to life and a greater spiritual connection, Numerology is the key to that insight and guidance.

~Alison Baughman

Alison Baughman first discovered Numerology as a child, studied it for a lifetime and began her professional career as a Numerologist in 1999. Today, Alison is a professional Numerologist, Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki Master, author, lecturer, and radio host personality. She recently published Speaking to Your Soul Through Numerology available on Amazon and Kindle.  For more information, or to schedule Alison for an interview, please visit visiblebynumbers/contact. html or email alison [at] visiblebynumbers [dot] com.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Changes Ahead

Life is a buffet of experiences with a myriad of choices and endless directions to go in. We all need to channel our inner “Indiana Jones” sometimes, especially when it comes to the unexpected events in our lives.

 Wouldn't it be lovely if we could pick and choose all the many changes that come into our lives? No more being at the mercy of sudden unforeseen events but rather, changes we have given thought to and made an informed decision about. We tend to be creatures of habit. We prefer our jobs to be secure, our relationships to last forever and that tomorrow will bring us more of today. No surprises.

 If you give a moment’s thought to your life, you will realize you have been in a constant flux of change. You are not the person you once were, nor are you finished with your evolution. In order to grow and mature, you have to step outside of your comfort zone and venture into new territory. The more you reflect upon your life, you also begin to realize that although you may have resisted change in your life, upon retrospect, it was necessary and ended up being positive in the long run.

 Yet we fear change to the point that it can paralyze us in a state of inaction. We resist going into the unknown because it is uncomfortable not knowing exactly what the next day will bring. We live in our scheduled environments and struggle against any disruptions to our plan.

 If you could simply trust that your soul had an agenda from the moment of your birth and that you actually did plan all the unexpected changes in your life, you could learn to embrace change. The problem is you have forgotten the plan. You have also forgotten that you brought all the abilities you need to handle whatever adjustments that comes your way. Knowing these things eases the fear.

 Life can be a roller coaster at times. You can sweat bullets, hang on to the safety bar with an iron grip and scream or choose to throw your hands up and enjoy the ride. My advice, choose the later.

We would rather be ruined than changed;
We would rather die in our dread
Than climb the cross of the moment
And let our illusions die.
~W.H. Auden

Saturday, February 8, 2014

There but for the Grace of God go I

I can remember as a child, being raised in a Catholic family, hearing the phrase "there, but for the grace of God, go I" . My Mother would exclaim it on numerous occasions, usually whenever she saw another person with a serious medical condition. My Mother was pretty predictable and if I happened to be with her when a person in a wheelchair went by, I counted down the seconds until the phrase came out of her mouth.
On some level, it made me worry a great deal about being in God's good graces.

Fast forward to the present moment.
At least once a month I have to report to the local cancer treatment center to have a medical phlebotomy. I have a genetic condition which builds up too much iron in my body which if left untreated, is life threatening. The only way to lower my iron levels is to remove blood. In a way, I find this humorous because I have always been afraid of needles and blood tests. I can only surmise that there is some greater plan in this experience and perhaps that involves overcoming my fears. I know the experience has made me stronger.

Each month as I am taken back to the "treatment room" , I am surrounded by cancer patients receiving chemotherapy. I am sure I stand out because I look very healthy in comparison to the very sick people surrounding me. My heart wells with compassion. They are all so quiet, the patients, and I wonder to myself  what emotions they are feeling. I see their families sitting with them supporting them and I think about how love is such a key element in life. In my mind I am struck by how each patient gives opportunity for their loved ones to demonstrate love," in sickness and in health".  Each and every one of them are a survivor and each and every one of them inspire me.

I am able to observe the wonderful staff of nurses who go about their jobs with a caring and positive attitude and I wonder if they fully realize how angelic their mission in life truly is. I have come to understand how much they really care about the well-being of their patients.  I know I am being forced to go to the cancer center but these nurses choose to. Surely their souls arranged for an opportunity in life to express such love and compassion.

There is a woman who is there every time I go and she checks in with each patient, offering drinks or a snack and asking if there is anything she can do for them. She has a stash of hand made afghans somewhere and she offers them to the patients. I heard her say that each one has been prayed over as it was created. I am in awe of her kindness.

I know if you could view this room from a spiritual plane, you would come to realize that all the souls present are there for some purpose of their soul's evolution.  I think about the phrase "There but for the grace of God go I" and I know,without question, this room is filled with God's Grace.

Friday, December 27, 2013

Your New Year’s Resolution Based Upon Your Personal Year Number

It is a beginning of a New Year and we all make our resolutions to try to better our lives in the upcoming year and my wish for all of you this year is that you resolve to be kinder, more loving and more tolerant of each other but do not forget to be equally kind, loving and tolerant of yourself. Be true to yourself and live your life joyfully by being exactly who you are. Celebrate your uniqueness. Love yourself with abandon.
Each day, resolve to greet each person you meet with respect and the same love. 
Know we all are on a Divine Journey and our souls have different agendas. By simply allowing, we show the greatest wisdom and love.

As you begin the New Year, I encourage you to spend a little time in thought. Focus on yourself.  Where do you see yourself in the future and how do you get there? What are your dreams and aspirations? It is time to set some goals about what you want to achieve in 2014 but please remember they do not have to be lofty goals. Too often we set ridiculously high goals and become discouraged and give up.  I want you to realize we can arrive at our destination taking one baby step at a time. Try to remember you are not in competition with anyone but yourself and ultimately, life is about being the best version of who you are. 

With all that being said, I will give you some suggestions for your New Year Resolutions based upon Numerology and your Personal Year Number. For those of you unfamiliar with Numerology, it is an ancient Divination tool founded upon the teachings of Pythagoras which uses your Date of Birth and Name at Birth to gain insight into your soul’s journey in this lifetime. If you do not know your Personal Year Number, you are welcome to visit this page which will give you an easy explanation on how to find it.

1 Personal Year: Resolve to be open to new opportunities and be ready to take action when they present themselves. 

2 Personal Year: Resolve to be patient and allow things to evolve. Good things come to those who wait 

3 Personal Year: 
Make your smile your most important accessory this year. Go forth and be creative and express yourself. 

4 Personal Year: 
Your resolution for 2014 should be “I will not procrastinate and I will be more efficient and organized this year.”

5 Personal Year: 
Resolve to step outside of your comfort zone and be more adventurous. Don't be afraid of making changes. 

6 Personal Year: 
Open your heart to give and receive love. Make your loved ones a priority. Know your kindness this year will bring you many blessings. 

7 Personal Year: 
Resolve to make a deeper connection to your soul this year. Meditate and look for insight. If life slows down, embrace it and know it is time to rest and rejuvenate. 

8 Personal Year:
You will receive recognition for your achievements this year but most importantly, take some time to reflect upon your journey that brought you to where you are. Acknowledge the goals you set and the effort it took to achieve them. 

9 Personal Year: 
Resolve not to hold on to negative attachments. Understand that this year represents a letting go of what no longer serves you. 

11 Personal Year:
Pay attention to serendipitous signs and messages and look for insight and guidance when they appear. 

22 Personal Year:
 Resolve to maintain a high degree of focus and discipline this year. Your hard work will pay off in the near future. 

I wish you Abundant Blessings in 2014!~