Tuesday, July 17, 2012

 A Numerologist's Repetitive Number 

One of the questions I get asked the most when people are seeing repetitive numbers so I decided to share my personal story. Several years back, I kept seeing the same number.For instance,  I would finish watching a movie and glance at the clock to see what time it was and it would be 7:17. I might wander away from my work to get a cup of coffee and when I returned, I would notice the clock was exactly at 7:17. Some very important emails I received were also sent on 7/17 or at 7:17.  7:17 showed up on receipts, on the licence plates of cars in front of me and any other possible way a number could present itself in my life. It became obvious to me 717 was showing up in a way that defied the law of averages.

One day I began to connect the dots.
I realized the numerical code to my name at birth was 717. My first name is a 7, middle a 1 and last name a 7. Hard to believe it took a Numerologist awhile to figure that out but I probably concentrated more on my clients charts than my own.
Another synchronicity was the fact that I did not begin to practice as a professional Numerologist until I moved to a 717 area code. In fact, moving to a 717 area code changed my life completely. It was only then that I began to accept my lifelong connection to something greater than myself.

My firstborn child was born exactly at 7:17 PM and at the time of her birth, my address was 177 which contained the same numbers.  All 3 of my children were born on a Sunday, the 7th day. I am also a 7 Lifepath.

I have found that when I do see the number 717, it is usually a time that I personally could use some encouragement. I have come to consider it to be a sign from above as if the Divine is calling out the very code of my name. I always feel reassured after seeing 7:17.

Perhaps you would like to decode your own name to find out what your Cosmic Code is. Please feel free to use the chart below.

To find your numbers, write out your full name from your Birth Certificate, and place the appropriate numerical value ( using the chart below) beneath each letter. Add the numbers of your first name, and then reduce it to a single digit. Do the same for your middle and last names. Once you have those 3 numbers, begin paying attention to when you see them and when you do, I hope you realize that your name is being called and you are being given a message from above. 





































Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Love Thyself with Abandon

Before you can become enlightened, you must discover who you are. Before you can heal the world, you must heal yourself.  Before you can nurture the spirit of others, you must nurture yourself. Before you can give love, you must know love. Before you can know love, you must learn to love yourself.

Being self-sacrificing is a noble trait but very often, not the healthiest. There has to be a balance of giving and receiving of love. Too often self-sacrificing people are more comfortable giving than receiving.  If this tendency goes unchecked, the end result is an overwhelming sense of burden and emptiness. Your own spirit has not been nurtured. Your dreams and aspirations have been set aside and your talents have gone underdeveloped. If you constantly deny your needs and do not nurture your own spirit because you are so consumed by taking care of others, at some point, your life will begin to feel barren.

 A self-sacrificing person believes their happiness is derived by the happiness of others but when it is all said and done, you have not discovered what really makes you happy.  The self-sacrificing person might be better served by turning their nurturing spirit on themselves and by doing so, create a better vehicle of love.  There is strength in self-love because if you take care of you, you are better able to take care of others. 

The root cause is born of a caring and compassionate heart which finds joy in being of service to others. On some level, it feels good to be needed. In some cases, a person can actually feel useless unless there is something or someone to take care of. That would imply a lack of self-esteem or self-worth and also demonstrates that the person is far too comfortable giving love and not so comfortable receiving it.   Still your most important lesson in life is to learn to also be of service to yourself.  You must learn to take those noble traits and turn them within and realize you need to be nurtured too.

This is why “loving thyself with abandon” should be your motto.  You must ask yourself “How can I take care of you if I cannot take care of myself? How can I make you happy if I am not happy? How can I heal you if I am in pain? How can I nurture your spirit if mine is depleted? How can I love you if I do not love myself enough to take care of me?”

And begin to” love thyself with abandon” so you can love them even more….