Encuentre sus números de la suerte con la Numerología

lucky-numbersLa numerología a menudo se define como los sistemas que pueden predecir el futuro y ahondar en la comprensión de los rasgos de una persona.

En la numerología, los números se emplean como algo más que simples herramientas, y se observan como una ciencia precisa.

De hecho, hay cuatro números principales que se asocian con cada persona, y que a menudo se consideran los números de la suerte en la vida de esa persona.

Comprender qué números se asocian con usted le ayudará a determinar muchos aspectos de su vida.

Esos números, muy probablemente, serán muy representativos del camino de su vida y de los obstáculos o eventos importantes que tengan lugar durante su vida.

Aunque no le ayudarán a ganar la lotería, sus números de la suerte se emplean a menudo para predecir fechas, momentos y años importantes en su vida.

Poder calcular los números que se conocen como sus números de la suerte le ayudará a obtener un entendimiento más profundo de su vida.

Sus números de la suerte pueden ser representativos de el día en el que conoció a su persona amada, el día que consiguió una oportunidad de trabajo importante o incluso el día en el que nació su primer hijo. Sea cual sea el significado de sus números de la suerte, siempre es beneficioso saber lo que son.

El primero de los cuatro números de la suerte es el de su camino de vida. Este número se convertirá probablemente en el más importante de todas sus lecturas numerológicas.

Este determina no solo sus rasgos principales y personalidad, sino que también le permite comprender los caminos que tomará en la vida. Con este número puede tener un mejor entendimiento de su vida en general.

El número del camino de la vida se calcula empleando su fecha de nacimiento completa. Para poder calcularlo, tendrá que sumar el año en el que nació, el mes en el que nació y el día en que nació todos juntos. Tendrá que reducir los números a un número de un solo dígito para conocer su número de camino de vida.

El segundo número de la suerte en su vida es el número de expresión. El número de expresión es con frecuencia representativo de sus talentos y habilidades, aquellos que posee internamente. Para aquellos que creen en la reencarnación, este número también es representativo del equipaje que ha traido a esta vida de otras anteriores. Este número se calcula con los números que representa cada letra en su nombre completo y que a continuación se reduce a un solo dígito.

El tercer número de la suerte es su número de la motivación.

En numerología, el número de motivación es el que se encuentra arraigado profundamente en su alma. Este número a menudo es el que le conduce en la vida y se asocia con metas, sueños y ambiciones.

Calcular este número es tan simple como añadir el valor numérico de las vocales en su nombre y luego reducir el número a un solo dígito.

El número final de la suerte en su vida es el número de su cumpleaños.

Esto no es tan preciso como los otros 3 números, pero a menudo representa una habilidad o talento oculto que tiene personalmente. El número de cumpleaños es simplemente el día en que naciste. Si usted nació en un día de dos dígitos, que tendrá que reducirlo a un solo dígito.

Qué es la Numerología

El estudio de la simbología de un número se conoce como numerología. A través de la simbología de estos números, podemos determinar la personalidad, los talentos, las fortalezas, las necesidades internas, los obstáculos, la forma de tratar con los demás y otras interacciones emocionales de una persona.

questionmarkEl propósito principal y esencial de la Numerología es obtener una mejor comprensión acerca de quién eres, de qué estás hecho, y lo que el futuro puede guardar para ti. Ya empleemos la numerología para examinar nuestra propia vida, confirmar talentos, explorar o aprovechar las oportunidades o simplemente determinar el siguiente paso en la vida, la numerología proporciona una herramienta poderosa para comprender nuestro propio ser y el de nuestros seres queridos.

La numerología ayuda a presentar una imagen completa para revelar todos los aspectos de nuestra personalidad, así como la forma en que trabajan en conjunción para crear su propio ser. Esta panorámica completa le permite aprender de su fortaleza para aprovechar al máximo las oportunidades.

Aiden Powers, un Numerológo Experto, puede ayudarle a determinar estos puntos clave, y los momentos en los que llevar a cabo acciones y decisiones importantes, como viajar, invertir o casarse, todo a través de los cálculos de los números relacionados con usted. Uno de los métodos se realiza tras determinar su Camino de Vida, para el cual se suman los dígitos de su fecha de nacimiento.

¿Cómo le afectará nuestra lectura?

FundamentumLa numerología ofrece un método profundo y de confianza para examinar nuestra naturaleza interna y comprender los procesos físicos, espirituales y psicológicos que forman nuestra experiencia de vida. La ciencia proporciona información importante acerca de lo que nos motiva y ofrece un método para navegar las aguas de la vida diaria.

Sin importar las metas que tengamos en la vida, la Numerología puede ayudarnos a conseguirlos con pocos retrasos y menor dificultad. La numerología ayuda a las personas a aprender cómo deben enfatizar sus fortalezas así como a superar cualquier debilidad, proporcionando casi todos los conocimientos que uno debe poseer acerca de los patrones vibracionales y los ciclos que se definen a través de los números.

Con esta información obtendrá una mayor comprensión acerca de si mismo y de los demás, lo cual le ayudará a tratar con los demás y a manejar las interacciones emocionales, reforzando sus fortalezas, eliminando obstáculos, y a través de esos números, podrá reconocer la tendencia de los eventos que tendrán lugar en cualquier año, mes o día.

 

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Bring a New Level of Meditation by Understanding the 8 Chakras & Their Shamanic Archetypes

psychedelic_chakras_by_sahas_hegde-d4loxpyBy: Sandy Vigil / Source: Mind Body Spirit For Life

Do you have difficulty quieting your mind during meditations? This versatile chart is an easy visual to help you focus and quiet your mind while meditating on the Chakra energy centers.

  • Use the colored Chakra symbols as a visual anchor during a traditional Chakra meditation
  • Focus on the symbols one at a time for concentrating on individual Chakras, which is particularly beneficial if one or more of your Chakras are blocked.
  • Use the Shamanic Archetypes with traditional Chakra meditations to discover your Spirit Animal or Spirit Totem.
  • Shaman Chakra Archetypes 1 – 4 govern your physical world and your body.
  • Shaman Chakras 5 – 7 focus on your mental world.
  • The 8th Chakra connects your soul and your higher self.

1st Root Chakra – I Am

The Healing Serpent helps your physical body by teaching you to shed your past the way she sheds her skin. Process your environment in the manner of the snake.

How does it feel, smell, look, sound and even taste? When you shift your attention from your thoughts to being fully present in this physical state, you are grounded in the Root Chakra and to your connection with the Earth.

2nd Sacral Chakra – I Feel

Mother Jaguar dramatically transforms and heals your emotional body.

She symbolizes the circular relationship between life and death as she strips away parts of you that are no longer beneficial, allows those parts to die, and then breathes life back into the core of your being.

She teaches you to step beyond fear and death so that you can truly connect with your emotions and live.

3rd Solar Plexus Chakra – I Do

Hummingbird helps you to heal your spirit body through action and faith. With every flight she faces the seemingly impossible task of balancing the need to eat frequently with the enormous amount of energy she burns up.

But she doesn’t worry about where she will get her next meal from because she has faith that food will always be exactly in the right spot when she needs it. Hummingbird reminds you to live fully and drink deeply from the sweet nectar of Life.

4th Heart Chakra – I Love

Eagle helps in the healing of your mental body by teaching you to manifest your world into being with thoughts. He reminds you to view the big picture through the soul-based love within your heart.

It is with love that Eagle pushes you out of your nest and comfort zone so that you will spread your wings so that you may fly wing to wing with Great Spirit.

5th Throat Chakra – I Speak

Huascar aids in the healing of your unconscious mind by teaching you to channel all aspects of your being.

As the gatekeeper of the dark Lower World where chaos, creative potential and your subconscious lies, Huascar guides you to meet, speak with and embrace relationships with your shadow self, your spirit animals and your guides.

6th Third Eye Chakra – I See

A blend of a beautiful feathered jungle bird and a serpent, Quetzalcoatl helps to heal your conscious world. He teaches you to maintain balanced relationships in your everyday life.

His message is to live mindfully and to care for all aspects of Mother Earth while at the same time he encourages you to appreciate the beauty in life by singing and dancing with music, flutes, and drums.

7th Crown Chakra – I Understand

Pachakutiis the gatekeeper of the Upper World where your higher self resides. His job is to help your super-conscious heal through the concept of circular time and shares with you the knowledge of stepping outside the boundaries of linear time.

He facilitates spiritual awakening and personal transformation by showing you what needs to be changed in your past so you can shift that aspect of yourself before it has even taken root.

8th Seat of the Soul Chakra – I Transcend

This is where the spiritual energy of Divine love enters your body and communicates with your higher self. This chakra is associated with enlightenment, ascension, and transcending.

The lesson from your higher self is to let go and allow the Divine light of Spirit to fill up your life.

 

10 Rules To Live By From The First Zen Master In America

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In 1893 Shaku was invited to the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago. Organized by John Henry Barrows and Paul Carus, the 1893 World Parliament of Religions was the first official gathering of representatives from both Eastern and Western spiritual traditions.

This gathering started inter-religious dialogue worldwide and shines as a beacon of the possibilities when the world’s religious and spiritual traditions work together in their common humanity.

Shaku’s associates and followers believed at the time that it was beneath a Zen priest to go to a country such as the U.S., which Japan saw at the time as barbaric.

Despite opposition from associates and followers, Shaku accepted the invitation. Without this invitation having been accepted, we probably wouldn’t have received the wisdom of Zen in the United States until much later.

After arriving back in Japan, D. T. Suzuki, Shaku’s senior student and the person who helped write his speech in English for the World Parliament of Religion, was sent to the United States.

D.T. Suzuki would eventually become the most significant figure in bringing Zen to the West.

Below is a list of rules to live by that Zen master Shaku set for himself, and lived by each day, until his passing on October 29th, 1919

1. In the morning before dressing, light incense and meditate

Daily meditation, particularly first thing in the morning, is something I talk about often. I believe this is #1 on the list for a reason, as it’s arguably the most important of the points.

I do want to say a word about incense though. This might just seem like a traditional ritual, but incense has two valuable uses.

First, incense can be very symbolic. Zen Buddhists use incense as a symbol of the unity of all beings, of the potential of unawakened beings (when unlit), and when lit as a visual reminder of the impermanence of life.

Incense is considered an offering, it’s an act done with absolute selflessness and respect for life and therefore can be a very nourishing practice.

Such a ritual, especially if done first thing in the morning, can help keep what’s really important at the forefront of your mind.

Secondly, incense can actually help you reduce stress. Scientific studies on the use of incense have shown both good and bad results, the bad being long-term daily use can increase your risk of getting cancer.

But if used sparingly, in the morning of an important day or at the end of a rough one, research has shown that it can help calm you and reduce stress.

This makes for a nice pairing with meditation. You may not want to use them regularly, but you can put it into your bag of tricks to use sparingly.

2. Retire at a regular hour

I can’t say for sure why he put this on the list, but I know why I believe it’s important.

Your sleep schedule can set you up for success or it can wreak havoc on your mind and body. I have a consistent bed time every day, and I stick to it whether it’s Monday or Friday.

This is important to me because I’ve experienced before what a crazy sleep schedule can do to you.

By going to sleep at a regular hour each day, which for me is around 10-11 P.M., you breed consistency in your life, tend to your mind and bodies need for rest consistently and therefore are at your best each morning.

And are all the more likely to wake up early in the morning- and the quality of your morning is a huge factor in determining the quality of your life.

3. Partake of food at regular intervals. Eat with moderation and never to the point of satisfaction

Most of us don’t notice the effect that food can have on our lives. Particularly the way that we eat now in the modern age.

Over-satisfaction is just around the corner for most of us, and abusing food has more than just physical consequences, it has very real mental as well as global ones too (it can serve as a sort of addiction, among other things).

No one is more aware of this than a Buddhist.

4. Receive a guest with the same attitude you have when alone. When alone, maintain the same attitude you have in receiving guests

This one might sound odd, but looked at from the context of Zen, this refers to existing fully in the present moment.

Receive a guest with your full presence, as if you were alone in your home working, caring for your children, reading an interesting book, or meditating.

When alone, maintain the same attitude of absolute presence and attentiveness you have when receiving guests into your home.

5. Watch what you say, and whatever you say, practice it

Another thing that a Buddhist is very aware of is the power of ones words. Our words carry weight, no matter who we are. They can send someone in a downward spiral or they can raise them up and inject confidence in them.

They can bring peace and they can spur on war. It’s for this reason that we should be very careful with what we say.

The second part to this point is just as important. You’ve probably heard the saying, “practice what you preach”, at some point in your life. The importance of this saying goes beyond the boundaries of culture and religion.

What you say should be what you practice.

If you meet someone who doesn’t practice what they say, don’t listen to a word. If you don’t practice what you say, better start now. The importance of this can’t be understated.

6. When an opportunity comes do not let it pass you by, yet always think twice before acting

It’s nearly impossible to know at this point completely what Shaku was referring to, but when he says to think twice before acting.

I believe he means two things: consider if the opportunity is the right thing to do- if it’s moral, just- and make sure it’s the right thing for you specifically.

7. Do not regret the past. Look to the future

This point couldn’t be more straightforward.

It might seem a little odd that a Zen monk would talk about looking to the future, but keep in mind that part of this list was probably worded in the context of advice for Americans at the time, who had no concept like mindfulness or living in the present moment.

So I believe the important point is to not regret the past, let it go, and look forward.

8. Have the fearless attitude of a hero and the loving heart of a child

This is one of the points that struck me the most when I first read it. Zen can, at times, seem esoteric or disconnected. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Zen practice itself always exists right here in the present moment, and therefore is inextricably connected to the way we act in our life as well as how we treat others.

When approaching our life- our intentions, our goals, our life’s work, obstacles and adversity- we should do so in the same way that we’d imagine our favorite superhero growing up would (except for the part where they punch a car- not smart).

When dealing with others, whether in or out of confrontation, we should approach the situation with the loving heart of a child.

A child naturally has great compassion, understanding, is naturally caring, and sees a homeless person on the street in the same way that they see a business person.

The real gem is to realize how to live with both at the same time…to live fearlessly, confident, and yet still altogether compassionate and loving of all those around you. Many succeed in one of the two, few succeed at both.

9. Upon retiring, sleep as if you had entered your last sleep

10. Upon awakening, leave your bed behind you instantly as if you had cast away a pair of old shoes

Number 9 and 10 both have a similar lesson: when you do something, do it will all your being. Don’t treat anything as routine and mundane.

When you enter your room to go to bed for the night, treat it with the utmost importance. Don’t check your email, don’t turn on, or leave on, the T.V. Go to sleep completely at peace with the day, coming to terms with anything that has happened.

Don’t lay down to sleep with something racking your brain, let it go and be fully present for the act of laying down to sleep. Make sure there’s a period (“.”) at the end of your day.

And when you wake up in the morning, do so with all of your being. Wake up immediately and never look back. You’re fully awake right now in this moment and should act accordingly. It’s a new day, a whole new 24 hours, so make the most of it.