Remember to Turn on the Light
Numerology is an ancient system which remains relevant and useful today. It provides an interpretation of the intentions that the immortal soul has carried into this Human experience.
Using a person’s birthdate and name, a chart can identify the Cosmic energies and influences that are presently influencing life.  
A basic chart, drawn up quickly, can reveal four major Numbers which have a vital role in shaping experiences and how they impact the individual.

Developed more fully, an extensive and detailed Numerology Calendar can be created, and it will identify the letters and numbers that have resonated in the energetic signature of each year. In a year-by-year table, the most important events and relationships are encoded, including occurrences we may rarely discuss.
Since I began preparing Numerology Charts in the early 1980s, I have encountered several clients who were moved to tears by my asking What happened when you were 13? or What changed in 1987?
When Personal Work is the focus of our practice, we move into introspection and develop self-understanding. At times, we may be tempted to blame so-called bad interactions in childhood for flaws in our adult lives. There is no benefit to wallowing in those memories or giving them power over today; knowing they exist is enough to inform our decisions.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Is credited with saying “..Only when it is dark enough can you see the stars”. It is possible to frame the difficult situations which have diverted our path, as the darkness that allows us to see the stars. 
Here in the north we are into the time of year when we see harvest festivals, signs that the crops have been gathered and the fields are entering their winter quiet time.
The festival of Mabon marks the Autumn equinox and the days are growing shorter because of the tilt of the axis of our planet. Nights will grow longer until the Winter Solstice at Yuletide. 
For many people, early nightfall is a time for using indoor evenings for study or socializing or for self-reflection. Long dark evenings can be a time of learning, a time of growing our social networks, and developing our understanding of the world. Time is available for making choices, letting us see the bright light of the sparkling stars in our own night skies.

This is a good time to remember what novelist JK Rowling wrote for her character Professor Dumbledore: "Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times,” he said, “If one only remembers to turn on the light."

I have been practising Numerology, preparing charts and supporting clients through life changes since the early 1980s. 
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