Posts Tagged ‘Kabbalah’
As an intuitive, I do my best to gauge how things are unfolding in a given situation. I gain insight from Spirit about how things are unfolding, based on the momentum of a situation. That being said, I do not believe that we are fated into anything in this life, nor is our future static. I do my best to stay away from ‘fortune telling’ language, because it often takes away from the innate power of our own actions.
Every focused intention is a cause that will lead us to an effect. So, the best we can do in our lives is to ascertain what type of action creates an ideal circumstance. In my experience loving causes as a rule create the ideal circumstances and open up the highest path for the individual.
In the esoteric Christian tradition it is stated that, “God is Love.” So, to align with the will of Love is in essence aligning with the Creative Force of the Universe. It is certainly true that there is a higher effect when we are able to align with the will of Love. The challenging part is to ascertain Love’s will. Read the rest of this entry »
Using some of the basic numerology information derived from a person’s name and date of birth, can add extra dimension to a psychic reading. Numerology can reveal some interesting additional information.
The principles of Numerology are used in Tarot, Astrology, the Kabbalah and esoteric Judaism, among other metaphysical disciplines.
From your date of birth and name, your life purpose, potential, and personality can be ascertained, as well as some additional fine detail.
Each letter of your name corresponds to a number. Each number represents certain qualities.
1 – New beginnings, assertiveness, leadership, individuality. Negative: Stubbornness, bullying, deep seated inferiority complex. Read the rest of this entry »
Possibly no other spiritual or religious icon in our culture is as misunderstood as the pentacle, or five-pointed star. Many people automatically believe the pentacle is connected to some form of darkness, evil or satanic worship. This could not be further from the truth.
Along with its powerful symbolism in Wicca and other pagan traditions, the pentacle also has roots in Christian and Jewish mysticism, as well as Native American religion.
Over the centuries the symbol has taken on many meanings. Its most lasting symbolism, however, is that of the five classical elements: Earth, Fire, Air, and Water, with Spirit at its head. Read the rest of this entry »