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What is Astronumerology?

Astronumerology is the combination of astrology and numerology to analyze personality and help plan for future energies and trends in one’s life. Each planet has a corresponding number that best exemplifies its nature. We refer to the Sun and Moon as planets in astrology. For example, the moon corresponds to number 2 and all numbers that break down to 2 such as 11, 20 and 29. The moon and base number 2 represent emotions, intuition, feeling, security, instinctual reactions and intimacy. The planet Jupiter corresponds to number 3 and they represent philosophy, religion, optimism, long distance travel, luck, and entertainment. Astronumerology is a relatively new field but both astrology and numerology’s history spans back for centuries. Since Astronumerologists use both astrology and numerology in making predictions, they gain a more comprehensive and accurate picture than people who only use either astrology or numerology. I’ve learned that people are extremely complex beings and there are so many sides to a person that we may never understand. We need to use as many reliable and valid tools at our disposal as we can.


Space Clearing

In feng shui, it is recommended to do a deep space clearing at least once a year. It is also recommended to do space clearing after an intense negative event, such as a divorce, for example, or before moving into a house that might have many negative energies (as in a foreclosure house.)


Let the word "major" not scare you. Just read to understand the principles and basic methodology of a deep space clearing session and see if you can do it. Maybe you would like to change some elements, or modify and omit some steps. Experiment and see what works, but do not avoid the process completely. Space clearing is used in feng shui very often. Even though not a traditional feng shui application, space clearing is sure becoming a part of contemporary feng shui work. Space clearing means clearing the space on an energy level. It is an ancient art practiced daily in many old cultures - from India and Bali to Peru and Morocco - and there are numerous ways and materials used for space clearing. The reason behind the need for space clearing is simple: just as on a physical level you see the dust and dirt accumulating in your home as a result of daily activities, the same happens on an energy levels. You may not see the "dust and dirt" of human emotions, but they do accumulate in any space, so it is best to clear them out regularly. Generally, it is recommended to do a thorough space clearing session at least once a year in your home, or after intense events with negative energy, such as a divorce, for example. It is also very important to space clear a house that you just moved in, especially if it is a foreclosure house. A light form of space clearing can be used every time you clean your home on a physical level, as well as before and after your clutter clearing sessions. Find your favourite, most enjoyable way of space clearing and use it often. For example, I know that many people are reluctant to smudge their place, but they gladly use essential oils for the same purpose. For those reluctant to use the actual sage smudge sticks, you will be happy to know that you can now buy a smudge stick in liquid from, so to speak. Meaning, there are air sprays infused with the energy of sage smudge sticks, and obviously using a air spray is a breeze! Personally, I love to use a combination of space clearing types daily. I do like to smudge, but instead of a big smudge stick bundle I find it more enjoyable to use separate small stalks of sage. Sage feels deeply purifying and grounding to me. After the sage I use a stalk or two of lavender in the same way, and the smell is just heavenly, very soothing and peaceful. At the same time I have a small tealight candle burning and usually have my essential oils diffuser going, too. This might sound complicated as you read it, but I assure you it is very easy, quick and enjoyable. Another way I absolutely love is to use Palo Santo, the "holy wood" from a tree that grows in South America. It has the most beautiful, purifying and uplifting scent, feeling the energy of Palo Santo is pure pleasure. Along with sage and lavender, now I always use Palo Santo sticks, too. Experiment with different ways and find what works for you. For the daily or weekly use, you want an easy space clearing solution that after a while becomes almost a habit.

Tarot Reading

Tarot reading is a method of fortune-telling and character-analysis employing a symbolic deck of picture cards, the earliest known examples of which appear to date back to Fourteenth Century Italy. Standard Tarot decks contain 78 cards: the 22 Major Arcana or Greater Trumps, which represent the strongest energies or influences on a reading; 16 Court Cards, which represent 4 types of persons or (according to some Tarot scholars) 4 aspects of higher-class medieval society; and 40 cards numbered 1-10 in 4 suits, like the 4 suits of a modern playing card deck. A Tarot reading consists of the reader inviting the inquirer, the person with a question, to shuffle the Tarot cards, putting the cards in random order. Then the reader (or, at the reader's request, the inquirer) takes a given number of cards from the pack and lays them out in a pattern on the tabletop, each position representing a shade of meaning that affects the interpretation of the card that lands there. The reader then examines the layout and combines the meanings of the cards themselves with the places they appear in the layout, thereby coming up with his or her interpretation of the question asked. Readers and scholars disagree on the specific meanings of the Tarot cards; hundreds of decks now exist, many with their own meanings which can vary slightly or enormously from the traditional meanings of the cards. In my lifelong experience reading Tarot, I've come to believe that there is nothing intrinsically occult about the cards; rather, their images--sometimes alluring, sometimes disturbing-- trigger intuitive insights in the reader.

Types of Readings

There are actually two different types of Tarot readings: question readings and open readings.

Question Readings In question readings, you are addressing a specific question. Tarot is not intended to answer specific yes or no questions. Most say it also shouldn't be used to make decisions, but instead should be used as a guide to help you make the decision yourself. For this reason, the way a question is stated is very important. According to Joan Bunning, a Tarot reader and teacher, questions should: Keep your options open: If you have the answer before the reading, then you're not allowing the cards to guide your overall decision. Bunning gives this example: Asking how you could encourage your mother-in-law to move out, as opposed to asking how you can get along better with her, is narrowing the scope of the true question by answering it before you even get started. Find the best level of detail: Your question should be focused, but not overly detailed. Rather than looking at one particular aspect of a problem, find a way to look more broadly at it. For example, rather than asking how you can make your home life less chaotic, ask how you can better balance kid schedules and adult schedules. That is a focused question. But do not go so far as to ask how you can coordinate baseball, soccer and Cub Scout schedules and still have family time -- that's too detailed. Only include the minimum level of detail needed in order to express what you want to learn from the cards. Focus on yourself: If the reading is for yourself, make sure your question focuses on you rather than on someone else who you think may be the root of your problem. For example, asking why your son is experimenting with drugs is focusing on him, not you. Asking what role you play in your son's decision to experiment with drugs brings the focus of the question back to you. Stay neutral: In order to stay open to other points of view, your question has to be neutral and not convey a preconceived notion that your view is necessarily the right one. The cards can give you guidance if you ask for it. For example, asking why you're doing more work around the house than your spouse isn't neutral; asking how you can get more cooperation from your spouse when it comes to housework is neutral. Be positive: Make sure your question is stated in a positive rather than negative way. Instead of asking why a specific event hasn't happened, ask what you can do to help make that event happen. Open Readings Open readings address the larger aspects of your life rather than a specific problem area or question. They're usually done when you're entering a new phase of life, such as getting married, graduating from college or starting a family. You can somewhat direct the reading if you have a general area you want to cover, such as your career or health, but that's as specific as the direction gets.

Reki Healing


It is relaxing and reduces stress, which in and of itself promotes healing. But there’s more. Practitioners use “laying on hands,” mantras and blessings to clear the energy in the body and increase the flow of life force energy in order to clear the mental and emotional pollutants that interfere with life force energy and cause problems. If your life force energy is high and its flow through the body is free and unrestricted, life flows smoothly for you. If it is low, or if you suffer from energy blockages, you may suffer from physical and psychological problems and unwanted life situations. The word Reiki comes from “Rei” meaning God’s wisdom or higher power, and “Ki” meaning life force energy. Combined, Reiki means “spiritually guided life force energy.” Can you feel this energy when you’re having a Reiki treatment? Some people do, and some don’t. If you’re very attuned to your body and the energy flowing through it, you will feel a warm glow or radiance. But, you may feel nothing at all and just go home feeling relaxed. Reiki is a safe method of spiritual or energy healing. Virtually all illnesses and conditions can be cured or improved using Reiki and it’s a wonderful complement to western medical treatments because it has no side effects and promotes a happy, positive mindset which is essential to healing. Mindset is critical. The pollutants that interfere with life force energy are emotions like anger, jealousy, feelings of unworthiness, depression, guilt, insecurity or resentment. The body is more than just a physical object – it is a combination of the physical body and the thinking/spiritual being. Together, that makes up “you.” Reiki works holistically to allow the real you – without the physical and emotional pollutants – shine through. Reiki is a Japanese technique that is used to heal physical and mental trauma, and to support mental clarity and spiritual well-being. In Japanese, the word "rei" refers to a higher intelligence that permeates all living and nonliving entities and guides the inherent functioning of the universe. The word "ki" refers to the nonphysical energy that flows through everything that is alive, including plants, animals, and human beings—because of this, ki is also often called "life force energy," and is known as qi or chi from other lineages. The combination of these two words is what defines reiki as "spiritually guided life-force energy." To administer Reiki, a practitioner channels life force energy through his or her hands unto another. It's said that the aforementioned spiritual guidance enables the Reiki to flow through the affected parts of the subject's energy field and charges them with positive energy. It raises awareness in and around the physical body where negative thoughts and feelings are contained. This causes the negative energy—such as stress, anxiety, physical pain, sadness, confusion, etc.—to loosen its grip, allowing the touch of the Reiki healer to swoop in and clarify the energy pathways. As previously mentioned, I’ve always been intrinsically drawn to the idea of energy healing—healing through means that aren’t able to be seen by the naked eye. My fascination only grew more concrete when, as the Content Editor for mindbodygreen’s trainings and classes, I had the privilege of creating a Reiki Healing 101 class with Reiki Master Kelsey Patel. Being able to witness her performing reiki firsthand, as well as having many an in depth conversation about the value the practice has provided to her, soon had me hooked on the idea of becoming a practitioner, and someday, a master.

Flower Therapy


What is Flower Therapy?

Flower Therapy [is a way to] welcome the angels of nature into your life… Doreen Virtue I learned about Doreen Virtue’s Flower Therapy Oracle Cards when I took her Certified Angel Card Reader course. I took the course because I wanted to learn about Tarot, and as many before me have said, Tarot can be intimidating. Depending on the deck used, the cards can be down right scary. Doreen has set out to create Tarot and Oracle cards that hold positive messages and offer gentle guidance. The course was great on so many levels, not the least of which was the thorough explanation of Tarot, the rich history of the tradition and how the decks are created. I recommend the course to anyone- even the curious. The Flower Therapy book is a gorgeous book with stunning photographs of many flowers. I have given the book to loved ones who savor the garden- my “dig in the dirt” peeps- and the book has been received with much appreciation. And the Flower Oracle Cards are just as beautiful, as are all Doreen Virtue’s decks. I also love that each flower summary is complete with a message from the flower as well as listing the associated angels and chakras. The flower’s message is very much like reading a positive affirmation. When I conduct an Oracle Flower Therapy Reading I pull a card from the Flower Therapy Oracle Card Deck. I give you a suggested journal writing exercise about the card drawn and information regarding the flowers, chakras and essential oils that may enhance your journey toward wholeness and abundance. I use the flower cards as my deck of choice because it is such a natural companion to essential oil and aromatherapy consultations. You don’t have to understand or even believe in oracle or tarot readings to appreciate the beauty and simplicity of this book. So if you are looking for a new spin on positive affirmations and you want to add abundance to your life in new ways, I highly recommend the book and the course! Both are available through Hay House.