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Your Calling

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You Are More Than You Think You Are

Your Spiritual Core – Your Calling, the Direction of Your Life

Last week’s post was about your Life Purpose number. This week we’ll look at your Life Direction number, the second number listed in the  Spiritual Core section of the Chaldean Soul Chart.

Your Direction number is placed in the second column of the Chaldean Soul Chart right underneath your Purpose number. It indicates the way in which you chose to express your purpose.

Your life purpose is funneled through the characteristics of your Direction number. For example, if you chose a life purpose of 3 and a Direction of 6, your purpose would be expressed differently than if you had chosen a 7 Direction number.

Your Direction number represents your soul’s calling, the most fulfilling career, job, or way of life for you – that which makes you feel excited, deeply contented, that this is where you belong. It can be a passion for something like being a parent, athletics, writing, dancing, entertaining, cars, administration, the list is endless.

Think about the thing that’s most fascinating to you. Is it your hobby, your career, is your life set up to express that right now? Or are you living your life according to someone else’s plan, hating your job, unhappy with your life, feeling empty inside?

Many people put aside their passions, unaware that their soul is calling to them; unaware that they can start now to bring their passions into their lives.

Is that you? Many have buried their passions so deeply they are unaware of them. If that’s you, this is the right time to start noticing what excites you, what wakes you up and fills your heart. Perhaps you’ll get a hint from the interpretations that follow.

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Interpretations

Number 1:

You are the pioneer, innovator, leader, inventor, willing to step boldly into the unknown to explore or invent new possibilities for all. Careers for you can be teacher, leader (in business or of a cause), inventor, promoter, research and development, designer, executive, explorer, sales manager, architect, artist, theatrical producer. Whatever you do, you will find new ways to do it. You feel confined by too many rules or rigid systems; you thrive in an environment where your individuality is appreciated.

Down side:

When out of balance, you can be aggressive, overbearing, impatient, egotistical, pushy, and arrogant. On the other extreme you can be dependent, lazy, stubborn, submissive, helpless, fearful, and unwilling to take a stand.

Number 2:

You are the diplomat, able to work successfully with the many different kinds of people who come to you for aid and advice. You are good at combining the ideas of others into something new. You are psychic, and your presence is healing to others. You thrive on working with others in cooperation, not competition. Careers for you can be diplomat, musician, counselor, clergy, child care, teacher, social worker, metaphysics, bookkeeper, negotiator, librarian, administrative assistant, politician, doctor, nurse, dancer, and artist. You love supporting people rather than being in the spotlight.

When out of balance, you can be indecisive, take things personally, retreat into the background, and become a doormat.

Number 3:

You are expressive, spiritual, creative, cheerful, sociable, artistic, talented, imaginative, and good-natured. You love hospitality and entertaining and are a natural entertainer with a pervasive sense of humor. Careers for you can be entertainer, speaker, writer, theater, hospitality industry, beautician, cosmetician, artist, craftsperson, critic, linguist, translator, clergy, and philosopher. Long hours in confined spaces can limit and frustrate your self-expression. You are impractical and need to team up with a practical person for success.

When out of balance, you can be flighty, have your fingers in too many pies, and be critical, impatient, intolerant, extravagant, wasteful, and shallow.

Number 4:

You are a builder. Four creates form and order out of chaos. You characterize stability and dependability, you are four-square, and you appreciate law, system, and order. What can be work for others is play for you. Careers for you can be any of the building trades, dentist, computer technician, engineer, accountant, farmer, lawyer, banker, financial advisor, analyst, manufacturer, proofreader, watch repair, furniture restoration, antique auto restoration, vocational and technical teacher.

When out of balance, you can be stubborn, too serious, plodding, gloomy, blunt, and outspoken.

Number 5:

You thrive on action and require freedom, travel, change, adventure, and variety. You easily work with many different kinds of people from all walks of life in a variety of situations. Careers for you can be sales, advertising director, detective, investigator, secret service, reporter, columnist, sports, travel industry, tour guide, booking agent, broker, publisher, actor, entertainer, explorer, writer, speaker, shipping/sailor, import-export, cab driver, hospitality industry, messenger, and courier.

When out of balance, you can be sneaky, hyperactive, fidgety, deceitful, talk too much, indecisive, and hypocritical.

Number 6:

You have a talent for bringing people together and getting them to function in harmony with each other. You love family and community and enjoy helping others. You project a sense of self-confidence, reliability, maturity, and responsibility. Careers for you can be interior designer, community activist, teacher, host/hostess, homemaker, tutor, writer, theater, family/marriage counselor, mediator, hotel manager, governess, day care worker, nurse, doctor, hospital technician, student advisor, artist, musician, singer, beautician, fashion designer, perfumer, herbalist, and chemist.

When out of balance, you can be a perfectionist, controlling, self-sacrificing, a martyr, a worrier, or fear being taken advantage of.

Number 7:

You can see the potential in every situation. You are a truth seeker. You have an inner knowing that keeps you on top of what’s happening and are rarely surprised. You don’t like manual labor and do best in an environment where you can use your mind to creatively explore the unknown. Careers for you can be futurist, making sales/marketing projections, spotting/tracking trends, setting trends, an expert in your field, science, spirituality, religion, teacher in higher education, scholarly pursuits, archeologist, astrologer, researcher, investigator, author, museum curator, historian, forester, gardener, analyst, designer, and architect.

When out of balance, you can be irritable as a result of information overload, a know-it-all, negating the opinions of others, have a superior attitude, and a loner.

Number 8:

You are a born leader, possess good judgment, and the ability to organize, manage, and get things done. You have a talent for breaking things down into simple steps and delegating processes to accomplish your goals. You are a powerful person of action who achieves tangible results. Fairness is of primary importance to you. You prefer to manage the big picture, leaving the details to others. Careers for you can be supervisor, organizer, manufacturer, industrialist, banker, real estate, commodities trader, negotiator, CEO or other corporate officer, business analyst, school superintendent, head of the department, the boss.

When out of balance, you can be a steamroller, over-competitive, accomplish through intimidation, a workaholic, always want more, there is never enough.

Number 9:

You are a humanitarian and an idealist. You are deeply compassionate, and you love everyone. People are attracted to you like bees to honey. You are passionate and sensuous. You are psychic, independent, strong-willed, and determined. Your deepest desire is to be of service to humanity.

Careers for you can be researcher, doctor, surgeon, metaphysical investigator, healer, reporter, counselor, artist, explorer, scientist, philanthropist, reformer, foreign service, politician, designer, speaker, crusader, media personality, and advisor.

When out of balance, you can feel unloved, blame yourself for everything, become timid, moody, indecisive, intolerant of interference, resent criticism, and have a high opinion of yourself.

Number 11/2:

This is the master number of illumination. Your focus is on the individual rather than humanity as a whole. You are a dreamer, an idealist, intuitive, inspirational, resilient, and capable of shouldering a great deal of responsibility. You have the qualities of both the 1 and the 2. You learn by experience and teach by example. You are inspired by the lives of others and seek to mirror the qualities you admire in them. You are a mystic, an unconventional thinker, and your inspirations make you a teacher of new ways.

Careers for you can be inspirational speaker, writer, teacher, promoter, leader of an inspirational enterprise, pilot, astronaut, space industry, advanced electrical work/ research, space age electronics, metaphysical research/practice, psychologist, actor, musician, philosopher, beauty specialist, novelist, and inventor.

When out of balance, you revert to the down side of the number 2. You are impractical, so it’s wise to team up with practical people who can help you implement your dreams. When your head is in the clouds, make sure your feet are on the ground.

Number 22/4:

You are the master builder. You dream big, and you have the power to carry out your plans to achieve your goals. You are a tower of strength and understanding. Your skill and intuition inspire people to depend upon you and trust your guidance. You have the qualities of both 2 and 4.

Careers for you can be ambassador, diplomat, international officer or representative, executive, mediator, adjustor, computer guru, government agent, librarian in a national/ government/museum library, school superintendent, archivist, analyst, economist, military officer, public works and utilities, general contractor, appraiser, inspector, import-export business, shipping, athletics.

When out of balance, you revert to the down side of the number 4. You become a perfectionist, have a big ego, are boastful, indifferent, and can be destructive.

Number 33/6:

You are the master communicator, the consummate entertainer. Everyone wants to be invited to your parties. There is also a quiet, dignified side to you that comes from your innate ability to create balance and harmony wherever you go. You are a healer, and you have a deep sense of spirit. You have a great deal of compassion for people and are happy to be of service wherever you are. You have the qualities of both 3 and 6.

Careers for you can be teacher, Bible authority, social worker, welfare worker, writer, novelist, artist, musician, dancer, actor, psychologist, image maker, doctor, nurse, metaphysician, intuitive counselor, clergy, human resources director, networker, ambassador, representative of a humanitarian company or enterprise.

When out of balance, you tend to take over the roles of others with the idea that you can do it better. A judgmental/perfectionist attitude can make you demanding, critical, argumentative, and your life very stressful. Learn to receive as well as give.

Not all people with master numbers respond to the call of great mission. Some are satisfied to be fulfilled as the single-digit expression of their master number. Even when they do respond to their deeper calling, they sometimes retreat to their single-digit expression to take a break from the intensity a master number can bring.

So, did you find yourself in this article? I’d love to have your comments or questions. Next time, what motivates you.

In A Rut

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Millions of people are overwhelmed with financial, relationship, career, and health challenges. They are stuck, frustrated, and exhausted. It’s hard for them to stay motivated. Maybe you are one of them.

Usually when you’re stuck, it means you’ve lost touch with who you are. What if you could learn a simple way to get back on the path you were meant for? The occult science of numerology can help you get out of your rut and make a new start.

A Brief History of Numerology

Let’s look at the word occult. It’s a simple word with a simple meaning: hidden. Profound and brilliant sciences, such as astrology and numerology, were developed thousands of years ago to empower people to be the best they could be. They were so effective that rulers took them away from the masses so they could establish undisputed control. They became hidden, or occult sciences, permitted only to the wealthy and powerful.

Eventually, these ancient sciences became a source of fear that continues to this day. For this reason, they have been largely overlooked as the practical tools they are for gaining fulfillment in life.

It is natural to fear what we don’t know. But learning about what we fear transforms our lives by freeing us to make more choices. I am very excited about re-introducing the ancient science of numerology to everyone who is searching for meaning in their life.

The Benefits of Numerology

Numerology is an ideal step toward self-realization. It provides the foundation upon which to build the life you’ve always wanted.

In about an hour you can rediscover who you are by learning simple calculations based on your birth name and birth date. Numerology shows you how to capitalize on your strengths and how to build strength from your challenges. Best of all, you learn that all it takes to be successful is to be yourself.

Anyone can use numerology. It works for people of every age and walk of life. Parents can use numerology to guide their children to become fulfilled, mature adults. It can help you resolve emotional issues, discover the right calling or profession, and gain insight into relationships, financial issues, and health issues.

I am privileged to help people start on the path to personal freedom by using this ancient science. I write about it to help change the perception of numerology from something fearful to a benefit full of possibility. One day this science will no longer be termed occult.

You were born with a convenient, easy-to-understand instruction book cleverly concealed in your birth name and birth date. As the saying goes, “When all else fails, read the instructions.”

Live your purpose every day.

Numerology in Everyday Life: The Power of Personal Years

Are you frustrated by your finances, your relationships, your career, or your health? You may be resisting a very important yearly cycle. Everyone starts a new year twice each year. The obvious one, of course, is on January 1. The other one is when your Personal Year begins on your birthday.

I’ve been off the radar screen for a few weeks untying some pretty intricate knots in my psyche. I’ve never experienced anything like it before; especially going into relative isolation as I did; and significantly, a month before a new Personal Year was to begin. Doubt and hesitation had been nagging me for a while. Then it seemed as if a wall suddenly rose in front of me and I couldn’t go forward. I was stopped in my tracks. Being the psychotherapist that I am, I recognized issues that needed to be dealt with, so I let go and followed my emotions.

What came forward for me were issues of trust and love. Thanks to guidance from spirit and some powerful self-healing techniques, I have come through a challenging time with a positive shift in consciousness. I feel clearer than ever; like a purifying light has been turned on inside me, and I’m happy to be in touch again.

I am now experiencing deeper levels of trust and faith (giving up control – ack!). I do not pretend that my adventure with trusting is easy. Sometimes it feels like walking a tightrope over Niagara Falls without a net. The opening of my heart has given me a deeper sense of calm and peace along with new levels of excitement and enthusiasm for life. I’m experiencing new levels of compassion, and I feel deeply connected with spirit, with humanity, and with myself.

Paying attention to my feelings has given me countless opportunities to become the person I was born to be. Like most of us, I have my share of limiting beliefs that hold me back. And, like most of us, I have resistance to dealing with the issues behind them. But when I allow myself to face and resolve the unpleasant emotions that come forward, I experience freedom. I actually breathe more freely and feel lighter.

I’m moving from a Number 4 year to a Number 5 year; from a quiet time of building a firm foundation, getting all my ducks in a row, to a year of change and activity. The transition from one year to another can be challenging because you’re influenced by two vibrations; the old one is fading out and the new one is moving in. Consequently, the two energies can combine to produce uncertainty.

Moving into a Number 5 year sometimes makes me feel insecure about the future, since there are changes coming, sometimes fast and unexpected. That’s when I know I need to be thinking thoughts of what I want instead of what I fear. The positive side of a Number 5 year is that energy is moving, and it is easier to launch new projects. A Number 4 year is not the ideal time to launch new projects. It is excellent, however, for reorganizing, systematizing, and developing discipline in order to be ready for the action and changes coming up.

During my last Number 5 year (9 years ago), I moved, started a new job, bought a new car, and began a new romance. The move was an unpleasant surprise and had to be done fast. The other events followed easily and naturally as the year unfolded. I had no idea any of these things would occur. That’s how a Number 5 year can be.

Everyone on earth is experiencing a personal year right now. Many people are just entering a new one. Personal years are important because they lead us step by step through important 9-year cycles called Pinnacles. Personal years present experiences that allow us to evolve; if we don’t evolve, we get stuck. Each year in the 9-year cycle creates a natural progression from beginning to end. Each cycle enables us to expand more deeply into our life purpose and rise to new levels of fulfillment.

If your year is turning out to be a bumpy one, you may be resisting its energy. It’s like swimming against a strong current; a lot of work for little advancement. If you are feeling impatient or bored with the pace of your life, you may be in a slower, quieter year. Understanding can help you use the energy in a positive way.

I think it would be fun to talk about your personal year. If you agree, leave your first name and your birth month and day (don’t need the year) as a comment to this post, and I’ll share with you the focus of your Personal Year. When you are in harmony with the energy of your Personal Year, you are creating the life you were meant to live. I’d love to hear about your experiences.

Do You Love Your Job? Finding Your Direction

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First, Big News! I’ve been busy getting my book ready for publication, and it is now available. You can download it on www.Lulu.com. Just enter the title in the search bar: You Were Born to Succeed: Finding Your Purpose through Numerology. This book is going to help so many people wake up and live their purpose.

Here is an excerpt from the book that describes how to find your direction in life. Finding your Direction Number is the next step after finding your Birth Name (Purpose) Number (see blog post “The Big Question – What is Your Purpose?”). I have shortened the excerpt to keep it more in accordance with blog parameters. The book has much more information.

You Were Born To Succeed: Finding Your Purpose through Numerology

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Chapter 6 – Your Direction (Birth Date Number)

Your Direction number tells how you chose to accomplish your purpose. It is expressed in your career – your way of life. If you are happy with your work, chances are you are in alignment with your direction. If you don’t like your job, your direction number will show you why.It would be a wonderful and rewarding adventure to create a career that is in alignment with yoursoul’s direction. Can you imagine having a job you love?

To reveal your direction number, add the month, day, and year of your birth date and reduce the total to a single number. Use all four digits of your birth year.

Example: Janet’s birth date is June 12, 1972

June = 6:     12 = 1 + 2 = 3:     1972 = 1 + 9 + 7 + 2 = 19 = 1 + 9 = 10 = 1 + 0 = 1

Add the final numbers together: 6 + 3 + 1 = 10 = 1 + 0 = 1 (10)

Janet’s Direction number: 1

Interpretation of Your Direction Number

Number     Interpretation

1                 You are self-motivated, ambitious, an innovator, a leader, a pioneer. Inventor,research and development, designer, pilot, director, producer, manager, engineer,explorer, scientist.

2                 You are an ideal team member and partner. Psychologist, social worker, intuitive counselor/healer, diplomat, doctor, nurse, caterer, clerk, secretary, lawyer, politician,clergy, artist, sculptor, poet.

3                 You are optimistic, cheerful, and your sense of humor permeates everything you do. Speaker, entertainer, artist, beautician, cosmetician, musician, singer,linguist, translator, writer, hospitality industry.

4                 You are a builder, steady and dependable. Any of the building trades, general contractor, draftsperson, mechanic, farmer, miner, dentist, laboratory/computer technician, professional boxer, proofreader.

5                 You thrive on freedom, travel, change, and variety. Sales, advertising, investigator, travel industry, adventurer, psychologist, politician, mining, surveyor, import-export dealer, driver, messenger, courier.

6                 You are creative. You have a talent for bringing people together and getting them to function in harmony with one another. Interior designer, host/hostess, homemaker,teacher, writer, theater, artist, counselor.

7                 You are a futurist, and can see the potential in every situation. Making projections(sales, markets, etc.) spotting/tracking trends, setting trends, instructor/professor, clergy, archeologist,gardener, metaphysics.

8                 You are a born leader and have good judgment and an innate ability to organize, manage, and get things done. Supervisor, organizer, manufacturer, industrialist,business owner, real estate, finance, negotiator, law.

9                 You are a humanitarian and an idealist who attracts people like bees to honey becauseof your compassion for everyone. Doctor, scientist, philanthropist, diplomat, reformer, foreignservice, politician, designer.

11/2           This is the master number of illumination. You are independent and inspiring, and can handle a great deal of responsibility. Inspirational speaker, writer, teacher, Air Force, space industry, advanced electrical work/research.

22/4           This is the number of the master builder. You make dreams come true. Ambassador, diplomat, executive, mediator, adjustor, computer guru, government officer,librarian, general contractor, translator, appraiser.

33/6           You are the master communicator. You can create balance and harmony wherever you go.Teacher, Bible authority, social worker, writer, artist, psychologist, tour guide, promoter, sales, image maker, doctor, nurse.