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Using Numerology to Boost Your Luck

Using Numerology to Boost Your Luck

Numerology as an occult science has its roots in India. Thought to be inspired by Divine Revelation, they made scientific discoveries that built and advanced their culture. Their conclusions in both astrology and numerology have been verified by modern science.

Scientific Discovery

India pioneered numerous discoveries in the science of Astronomy—namely, the solstices, eclipses, and the precession of the equinoxes. Modern astronomers still marvel at how the Ancient civilization was able to make the necessary calculations without modern technology.

We believe they were reacting to revelations revealed during higher consciousness states.

Science Tries to Understand

Records dating back millennia reveal these numerical discoveries in works of poetry and other versed writings. Modern science has spent centuries just making the calculations to verify the work of the wise Indian men. How did they achieve this without so much as a calculator?

In the Vedas

The Ancient Indians studied their canonical sacred texts, the Vedas, to draw conclusions about the universe. This is how they discovered the link between the numbers, planets, alphabet, and names. These findings form the basis of Numerology.

Numerology is useful when you are naming a variety of things. From your business to your pets, a properly chosen name can impart luck by raising your vibrations. The goal is to vibrate in tune with your lucky numbers and lucky stars. Your lucky planets are set at birth. Learn what they are and apply this knowledge in all aspects of your life.

Lucky Famous People

When you look at celebrity personalities, they often have lucky names that translate to positive numerology. Stage names and nicknames can work the same way. Changing your name may be all that stands between you and good fortune!

Lucky Names and Numerology

Research and use lucky names when you have a new baby or a new business. Being in tune with your lucky planets can set you up for lasting success in your new venture. Strive to use names that vibe well with each other and with your own name to maximize your vibrations.

Other Numerology Resources

One definitive resource for those looking to study numerology in depth is the book Numerology by Cheiro. Numerology is a fascinating branch of the occult sciences, and we can only hope to understand it as thoroughly as the Indus River Valley civilization did.

Limiting Belief Effects on Our Psyche

Limiting Belief Effects on Our Psyche

When it comes to success and winning in life, it’s been said that it’s because one has the heart and bravery to make it happen. And with it comes to losing and missing out on things you’ve wanted or desired, even when you possess the talent and skills to make it happen, it’s because of limiting beliefs. So, what exactly is meant by a limiting belief? Limiting beliefs means a way of thinking that constrains us…limits us from succeeding or getting to a better place or position in our lives, jobs, or relationships.  And unfortunately, these limiting beliefs do exactly what they imply by their name…they greatly limit us. So, here are a few examples of limiting beliefs to look out for and be aware of so that you may try to determine them and work on improving your psyche so as not to let these limiting beliefs be so limiting.

  • Limiting belief of “I do/I don’t”:

Most of the time, we tend to define ourselves by what we do or don’t do. This could mean what you do for a living or what you don’t do when it comes to a relationship. The point is, in limiting yourself to a specific “I do” or “I don’t,” you aren’t opening yourself up to new possibilities.

  • Limiting belief of “I can’t”:

Much of our life, we base things on the premise of what we can or cannot do without even giving it a second thought. If we think we can’t sing without even attempting to try a few notes or take a few lessons, then we are limiting ourselves greatly. Because of this belief of “I can’t,” we think our abilities are limited and we can’t learn something new.

  • Limiting Belief of “I must/I mustn’t”:

Values, rules, norms, and laws constrain our thoughts of what we must or mustn’t do. We feel bound by these constraints. However, not all of these constraints are always mandatory, thus limiting us and holding us back as a limiting belief. For instance, if you think you must clean your house every day with no exception, that deprives you of time you could spend doing something more enjoyable or productive.

  • Limiting Belief of “I am/am not”:

Thinking that you are or are not something can definitely keep you from achieving new and exciting things, whether it be a new profession or even a new relationship. For example, you may conclude that “I am an artist” and therefore conclude that you are not good at mathematics, science, or manual labor. Or perhaps you’re frustrated with the subject of mathematics and therefore determine, “I am not intelligent.” When you limit yourself to being something or not being something, you’re limiting the belief that you can’t be something else.

  • Limiting Belief of “Others are/will”:

We often judge ourselves against the abilities and accomplishments of others around us. And this can be severely limiting. If we think others are more capable or superior to us, then we’ll never try to challenge them or better ourselves. If you can’t get out of the mindset of comparing yourself to what others are doing or saying, then you’ll always be held to the limiting belief that you’ll never be as good as them.

A number of factors help contribute to our limiting beliefs in society. Experience, education, and faulty logic are just a few examples that help hold us back. We use excuses and fear to stay within the realm of these limiting beliefs because we’re afraid of what change may bring if we are actually able to break free from the cycle of limiting ourselves. Remember that to free yourself from these limiting beliefs; first, you must recognize them. Then you can act accordingly and perhaps gradually and finally change your beliefs.

Scientist Says that Psychics are Real

Scientist Says that Psychics are Real

Would you still say that psychics are not for real when a scientific study shows that they are? Yes, they’re real!

Credibility has been given to psychics through a recent scientific  study.  This includes a healers ability to see a person’s aura as well as the ability to feel what someone else is feeling.   This scientific proof has come through a study of  the neurological condition synesthesia.  According to the University of Granada study, published in the prestigious journal Consciousness and Cognition:

Many people attribute “paranormal powers” to El Santón, such as his ability to see the aura of people “but, in fact, it is a clear case of synesthesia”, the researchers explain.
El Santón presents face-color synesthesia (the brain region responsible for face recognition is associated with the color-processing region); touch-mirror synesthesia (when the synesthete observes a person who is being touched or is experiencing pain, s/he experiences the same); high empathy (the ability to feel what other person is feeling), and schizotypy (certain personality traits in healthy people involving slight paranoia and delusions).
“These capacities give synesthetes the ability to make people feel understood, and provide them with special emotion and pain reading skills”

Synesthesia is responsible for people to be able to see smells or hear colors and is the result of a kind of cross-wiring in the brain.   Those with this condition  have a different perspective on the world.   Through treatment , these people can use this condition as a gift to enhance their art. In fact, artistic geniuses such Kandinsky and Tesla had synesthesia.

According to the scientific study, psychics can see auras because they have a form of synesthesia.

While this may be seen as a gift, those with synesthesia can be a curse.  Because synesthesia is so confusing when it comes to processing information given through the senses, those who have it can experience severe trauma and possibly become mentally ill.

Can you become a synesthete?

Synesthesia is genetic and in some cases can be gained through head trauma.  Synesthesia can develop when someone has to create or alter their neural pathways to compensate for the brain trauma.   It is possible to gain synesthesia by meditating or taking mind altering drugs.

While this study does not explicitly say that all kinds of psychic ability is linked to brain trauma it is possible to become in tune with other sensory input by improving your brain function.

Secrets to a Happier Life

Happier Life

Happiness is not something anyone else can give us or take away from us. Happiness is what we make of our lives or don’t. Whatever our circumstances, we can create a joyful or miserable life. It is up to us.

Take Note of What Makes You Happy and Unhappy

First, take some time and think about the things you do. What makes you happy? What makes you unhappy? Sometimes people do things because they think they have to, but if they’re unhappy doing these things, they should consider doing them less or not at all. So when you realize something makes you unhappy, make a mental note to do less of it or stop doing it altogether if you can. When you realize something makes you happy, make a mental note to do more of it for a happier life.

Where You Are and Who You’re With

It’s not just about what you’re doing. It’s also about where you are and who you’re with. Look around you. Do you feel happier here than in other places? If you do, spend more time there; if you don’t, find another spot that makes you feel good. Next, look at the person you’re with. Do they make you happier than other people you’ve spent time with? If they do, spend more time with them. Suppose they don’t spend little or no time with them. This concept may not seem like a secret to you, but you’d be surprised how many people fall down the rabbit hole of unhappiness because they don’t do the things that make them happy, go to the places that make them happy or spend time with the people who make them happy. Good places and good people make for a happier life.

A Happy Home

When you think about your home, does it make you smile? Or does it frustrate and aggravate you? “There’s no place like home,” but if thinking about your home doesn’t bring a smile to your face, then it may be time to change something about it. If moving isn’t an option, you can still do many things to make your home happier. First, give your home a good cleaning. Get rid of old clothes and old furniture. Get rid of gifts from people who are no longer in your life. Paint the walls a bright color and start a garden. Do whatever you can to create a home environment that makes you happy. A happier home is part of a happier life.

A Happier Job

Do you enjoy what you do for a living? Do you feel excited every morning while you get ready for work? How about your boss? Are they kind and fair or micromanaging tyrants? You spend a lot of time at work, so it’s important for you to be happy there. If you love your job, there’s no need to change it to be happier, but you should do something about it if you don’t love it. First, look for a new and better job. If corporate life isn’t for you, look for jobs where you can work from home. Or, consider opening your own business and working for yourself. If none of these ideas are an option, think about ways to make your personal life more fulfilling, so work issues bother you less. Then, if you have something to look forward to after a hard day of work, you’ll live a happier life.

Your Happiness Meter

If your happiness meter is low, try these quick fixes: You can dance, sing, make music, make love, or play an instrument. You can watch a sunset with a loved one or get a four-legged companion. You can start eating better and exercising—just get moving and be active. Remember to be grateful for what you already have. Gratefulness is the key to a happier life. And learn to forgive—yourself and others. It’s time to get happier!

Repairing Damaged Relationships

Repairing Damaged Relationships

It’s impossible to form complex relationships with other people and not encounter disappointment. Maybe someone forgot your birthday or anniversary. Or perhaps it’s your partner who is putting their friends before you. Whatever the case, no matter how big or small the disappointment was, it’s important to learn how to move forward.

Put Yourself in Their Shoes

One way to reconnect with a loved one after a disappointment is through empathy. Reflect on the other person’s circumstances. Empathy can counteract feelings of betrayal and disappointment. In fact, psychologist Guy Winch calls empathy “the antidote to anger and frustration.”

You’re recalling the kindergarten lesson when your teacher encouraged you to “walk a mile in someone else’s shoes.” When you frame your loved one’s actions in the context of his or her struggles, you might find empathy, which will strengthen you to forgive and move on.

Reach Out to Someone Else

You are too close to the situation after a loved one disappoints you. You are vulnerable to the related emotions that can hit you like a flood, making you incapable of making good choices and reaching objective conclusions.

Confide in a trusted friend. Or consider meeting with a psychic or a medium for a reading, either in person or online. They are generally very sympathetic and caring. Use this opportunity to vent your frustrations.

But make sure this communication is a two-way street. Don’t forget to listen to the person you’re confiding in! Because they’re not as invested in the situation as you are, they might be able to give you some helpful insights.

Bridge the Gap

Communication offers the healthiest coping mechanism. Talk to your loved one about how you feel. Whether it’s a result of an unintentional insult or of something more serious, such as infidelity, it takes time to recover from disappointment. You should decide first that you want to save the relationship. Then, try to create a list of steps you need to do to repair it.

But be sure to leave accusatory statements out of the conversation at this point. Instead, try to focus on why you feel the way you do and how you would like to prevent the problem from occurring again in the future. Spending time together can help relieve pain and re-establish your relationship’s foundation.

Know Yourself Better

When it comes to feelings, disappointment often has two sides. One side is what the other person did. The other side is how you processed that information. It helps to figure out why you took such offense, especially if it was not serious. This doesn’t mean the disappointment you’re feeling is your fault. It’s simply an opportunity to know yourself better and learn ways to gain control over your emotions.

For instance, maybe you’re disappointed in your partner because he or she made a thoughtless comment about your appearance. On the other hand, perhaps you’ve always struggled with your own self-image, so the remark cut particularly deep. Acknowledging your own feelings can help you figure out how to approach the situation.

In summary, disappointment comes in all strengths and flavors. If you got disappointed by a loved one, take a step back and try to analyze the situation with a clear head. Then, assuming you believe in the relationship and hope to save it, take a proactive approach that honors your own emotions and repairs the damage with the other person.

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A Guide to Aura Colors

A Guide to Aura Colors

Everyone has an aura, the colored vibration that emits from people every second of every day. One way to view it is as a psychic field that reflects one’s physical health, chakras, or mood. It also reflects one’s future and past, and aura-sensitive individuals are the ones who can pick up on these colors.

  • Red refers to the heart and the circulatory system. Positive red is a healthy ego, but negative red reflects anxiety, anger, and a lack of forgiveness.
  • Deep red reflects a person who is realistic, grounded, and strong-willed.
  • Muddy red reflects anger.
  • Clear red reflects sensuality, energy, competition, passion, and power.
  • Orange red reflects confidence.
  • Bright pink reflects clairaudience, compassion, sensitivity, love, affection, and sensuality (with an artistic streak).
  • Dark muddy pink reflects immaturity and dishonesty.
  • Orange can be interpreted as a reading of one’s emotional health (as well as one’s reproductive organs). Those with orange auras show excitement and vitality. Viewed positively, it can mean one is courageous, sociable, and creative, whereas if an orange aura is viewed negatively, it can indicate addiction and stress.
  • Brownish orange indicates emotional repression and a lazy streak, whereas orange yellow indicates perfectionism, creativity, attention to detail, and overall intelligence.
  • Yellow represents an individual’s life energy (while also referring to the spleen). A person with a yellow aura can be interpreted as intelligent, inspired, easygoing, optimistic, and awakened.
  • Dark, Muddy Yellow-Gold represents an overwhelmed person, but clear, metallic gold suggests a spiritually active person.
  • Bright yellow represents a person who is terrified of losing power, respect, and control, and pale yellow represents positivity, hope, and optimism.
  • Green refers to the respiratory system and indicates comfortable, healthy energy. It suggests change, growth, balance, and a love of other people.
  • Muddy forest green refers to a propensity for blaming others and jealousy and insecurity; yellow green refers to creativity and clear communication, and emerald green refers to a loving person who can be considered a healer.
  • The turquoise aura reflects the immune system’s health while suggesting that a person is compassionate and sensitive.
  • The blue aura reflects the health of the thyroid and throat. It also suggests that a person is caring, calm, and intuitive.
  • Muddy blue suggests a fear of speaking the truth; royal blue suggests spiritualism, generosity, and clairvoyance; and light blue suggests truthfulness, clarity, and peacefulness.
  • Indigo aura reflects the health of the pituitary gland. It also suggests that a person is capable of deep feeling.
  • Violet aura reflects the health of the nervous system and pineal gland. It also suggests a magical, artistic, and/or psychic person.
  • Lavender aura suggests a daydreamer with an active imagination.
  • The silver aura reflects spiritual abundance. It also suggests that a person is expected to encounter money soon.
  • Bright, metallic silver denotes intuition and nurturing; muddy gray denotes fear and indicates illness in whatever area of the body it is seen, and dirty gray denotes skepticism.
  • The gold aura reflects a person’s state of enlightenment. It also suggests that a person is in touch with their divine guide, intuition, and inner peace.
  • The black aura reflects the transformation of energy. It also suggests that a person is unforgiving or suffering from grief and/or trauma from their past life.
  • The white aura reflects the protection of certain energies. It also suggests that a person is experiencing new energy and has truthful angelic qualities. Flashes of white auras indicate the nearness of angels.
  • A dirty, grayish-white aura potentially indicates illness.
  • Earth tones reflect a person who works outside; they are good, grounding colors.
  • rainbow aura reflects the presence of a healer.
  • Pastel auras reflect a need for serenity.
  • Brown aura indicates a person who is self-obsessed and greedy, whereas dirty brown reflects insecurity and negative energy.

Auras can change colors often, and our surroundings or moods can affect these changes. Have your aura read or learn to see your own to make sure it is healthy.

Falling in LOVE with Your Boss

LOVE with Your Boss

We all heard about love stories that happened in the workplace and ended up with a dramatic BREAKUP, and either one or both left. Love relationships happen in the workplace for many reasons. You spend 40 at least every week with your co-workers and managers, and you all have similar career goals, similar ambitions, similar skills, and even similar characters. So, it’s very common and likely to have a romantic story with your co-worker or boss.

We believe that relationships at work may affect our careers and reputations negatively, so we do our best to avoid falling in love with our peers or managers. But sometimes, all our trials to avoid falling in love at the workplace FAIL.


Mary is a teacher at an elementary school. She falls in love with John (the school’s principal). John is a middle-aged man with grey hair and a killer smile. Rumors started to spread all over the school; even students started to talk about it. The situation became so embarrassing for both Mary and her principal, so they decided to end the relationship, and Mary left the school.

NEVER think of DATING your BOSS

No one has ever written a formula on “how to avoid falling in love with your BOSS.” Yet, it’s becoming so popular to date your superiors. Although romantic relationships are discouraged in the workplace, preventing them seems impossible because of the long time we spend with people we work with; we may even spend longer with them than with our families.

And even if you try to hide your relationship at the workplace, believe me, your workmates will notice, and that’s why you both have to be very cautious because other co-workers have the right to sue if the boss’s lover receives better benefits or treatment than they do.

Workplace Rumors

Dating your boss is one of your co-workers’ favorite gossip topics. Once they notice you have an affair with your boss, they start to spread rumors everywhere. They will even keep an eye on you to see if you receive something special, like a great project or travel assignment. Sometimes, bosses will avoid showing favoritism to their partners and deny them opportunities.


When it comes to breakup when the relationship is over, usually one of you leaves the company, and the other one stays but with his or her career negatively affected.

Necessary Precautions

It’s very common to have an affair with your boss at work, so you need to take the necessary precautions if it happens:

  • End this romantic relationship immediately
  • Change the department you work at so the boss you have a relationship with has no ability to affect your career, but this may be impossible in small organizations.
  • Consult your organization’s Human Resources Department to get professional advice if you have any concerns about the negative impacts that may affect your career as a result of this romantic relationship.

Last but not least, never have a relationship with your co-workers or managers.  It usually ends up with a dramatic breakup and negatively affects your career.

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Superstitions date back to early man’s attempt to explain nature and his own existence. There was a deep belief that animals, nature, and objects held a connection to spirits and the spirit world. In order to have a feeling of appeasing these forces, different behaviors or customs arose that would dictate a favorable fate and good fortune. Many superstitions have come from mythology, where omens were common.

Number 13

There is a term for fear of the number 13 — triskaidekaphobia, of Greek origin. The term for a fear of Friday the 13th is paraskevidekatriaphobia. Across many cultures, the belief that the number 13 is evil and brings bad luck so strong that many hotels, offices, and apartment buildings do not have or recognize a 13th floor, airports usually do not have a 13th gate, and many people stay home on Friday the 13th. The Chinese and ancient Egyptians believed the number 13 brings good fortune. The Egyptians believed in the 12 stages in life toward spiritual enlightenment. The 13th stage was the eternal afterlife. In this sense, death was not a place of fear but a place of high regard for the afterlife. One theory about why this a negative belief about the number 13 exists that Judas, who betrayed Jesus was the 13th person to be seated at the Last Supper.

Spilling Salt 

Historically, it has been believed that spilling salt will bring a person bad luck. More so than bringing bad luck, it is an invitation to let the devil in. Origins of this superstition may date back to ancient times, as salt was used in early rituals and practices. In many cultures, it was believed to be a powerful magical substance. There is yet another Christian belief ascribed to this superstition. It is believed that good spirits exist on the right­hand side and that the devil is seated on the left­hand side of God. So, when we spill salt, it is important to throw the salt with our right hand over our left shoulder to keep the devil, evil and bad luck off of our backs and behind us.

Black Cat Crossing your Path

If a black cat crosses your path, bad luck will come to you and can also be an omen of death. In another version, it is believed that if a black cat walks toward you, it will bring you good luck, and if it walks away from you, it takes good luck away. In ancient Egypt, all cats, including black ones, were highly regarded and well-protected from death and injury. It is customary in England and Ireland that black cats bring good luck.

Understanding Mandala


The word mandala comes from the ancient Sanskrit language and loosely means “circle” or “center.” It’s a simple geometric shape that has no beginning or end. Within its circular shape, the
mandala has the power to promote relaxation, balance the body’s energies, enhance your creativity, and support healing. The great news is you can achieve all of these benefits while having fun with your mandala coloring pages.

To the Tibetan monks, the sand mandala represents multi-dimensional fields of spiritual
consciousness and the state of enlightenment. To the Native Americans, the medicine wheel, a form of mandala symbolizes sacred ceremonial space and the circle of life. In both Eastern and in Western cultures, the mandala has come to symbolize harmony, unity, wholeness, and healing. In truth, the mandala is all of these representations and even more.

Mandalas are used universally to promote healing and other positive states of being. Why? One explanation comes from its very design. The mandala is a circular matrix with a center point—a point from which all things are possible. From this sacred center comes forth infinite possibilities and unlimited potential. So when you use your mandala coloring pages, you’re expressing your desires for healing and wellness.

You can think of the mandala as being energetically alive, a means of creating a pathway to a desired state of being. What state of being do you desire to create? Maybe you want to experience inner peace, or maybe you simply want to use the circular pattern to express your artistry. For whatever purpose you choose to work with the mandala, know that you can achieve it through mandala coloring.

Begin your meditation by gazing into the mandala and letting go of all unwanted thoughts. Focus on the here and now and not on what physical chores you could be doing or other obligations. Imagine floating into the mandala and allowing yourself to absorb the wonder and beauty of the colors and design. Relax and stay focused. Most people feel a sense of clarity and a clearer picture of their intention once the meditation is completed.

Planetary Tarot Spread

Planetary Tarot Spread

planetary1The planetary tarot spread is for people who like astrology. It’s a diamond-shaped eight-card query spread that may give insight into multiple aspects of someone’s current life state. To use this spread, concentrate on your specific question before the cards are spread.

The various positions of the cards in this spread represent the following about you:

  1. Your Self overall.
  2. Moon (concerning your home): The Moon is linked to goddess energy, divination, psychic awareness, intuition, meditation, magical ability, arcane knowledge, occult mysteries, the shadow self and introspection. The moon is feminine, and is associated with the element of water.
  3. Mercury (concerning business, skills and integrity): This planet’s energies affect all forms of communication, travel, creativity, writing, conversation and self-expression.
  4. Venus (concerning love, romance and partnerships): Venus is associated with personal relationships, love, intimacy, family, friendships, affection, romance, passion and emotional attachments.
  5. Mars (concerning hostility, opposition, conflict and aggression): Mars often indicates aggression, force, masculinity, male energy, lust, rivalry, competition, ego, assertiveness and determination.
  6. Jupiter (concerning money/finance and the acquisition of wealth): This planet is linked to prosperity, abundance, career, finances, money, employment, growth, business and expansion/increase.
  7. Saturn (concerning matters of intellect): Saturn is associated with conflict, restriction, protection magic, banishing, binding, and removing harmful influences, barriers and obstacles.
  8. The outcome of the question.

There are other versions of the Planetary Spread, but what’s best about this one is how it works with the seven classical planets of ancient astrology.

Another wonderful thing about this spread is its simplicity. Each planet has its own magical association that can be added to the meaning of each tarot card in its position. For example, if The Magician card is in the Moon position, it can indicate an increase of psychic awareness and a revealing of hidden knowledge.

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