Free Numerology Newsletter September 2010 (archive)

Free Numerology Newsletter

Free Numerology Newsletter



Free Numerology Newsletter

September 2010



Table of Contents:

1) The 9th month of the Year

2) Question and Answer

3) View from the Freeway

4) Quote of the month

1) The 9th Month of the Year

At last, we reach the ending month of the year. Nine is always the finishing number. Any number you add to the number nine remains the same number. For example, 5 + 9 = 14 and 1 + 4 = 5. Nine contains the essence of each number vibration. It is a finale even though we are not through with 2010. Once this month is complete, we are actually to go into the quieter space of ourselves. Just as the light is going from the longest day in June to the shortest day in December, we descend into ourselves and begin the process of contemplation of our own nature. The end of December announces our ascent out of darkness.



The remainder of 2010, October, November and December are the wrap up months for what was started in January. It is not really a launching time, save that for next year. Finish up what you started and prepare your plans for next year. When next year is here, launch yourself by March and April and work productively through August.

Ancient mathematical philosophers called nine the “finishing post” in that it brings completion. The Chinese word for “gift” and “nine” sound the same. It is considered the proper and respectful thing to do to bring gifts in groups of nine. Nine combines 3 times the sacred number three. Use September to complete. Follow the natural order of numbers and your life will flow in an easier pattern. Since 9 is considered the number of charity and the human condition, this would be a wonderful month for you to consider giving of yourself to aid other fellow travelers on this road called “life’s highway”.

2) Question of the Month



Regarding reincarnation, what might be the “inner cause” of allergies such as when a child is born with great sensitivities to certain foods?


Since I hear of more and more allergy problems, I decided to review some old notes I had received from Flower Newhouse, who was the great mystic of the last century. She was the founder of Questhaven. I found Flower’s observation very interesting and quite probable. “In a condition of this kind we become involved with what the person was before he/she incarnated into this lifetime.

Here is the kind of effect which an incarnating ego brought into earth life with itself. From the psychological aspect, such an individual has been prone to extreme likes and dislikes, and to great sensitivity of nature. Such a person in this incarnation needs to build up not only a physical immunity to allergens, but also, immunity to inconveniences, discomforts and dislikes.

Speaking of our Western culture here in America, it might be wise for all of us to develop immunity to being inconvenienced, being discomforted and being so adamant in what we like and dislike. This change in attitude might help us all in lowering our development of allergies. Something to think about when you are standing in line at the post office or stuck in traffic. Everything here has an emotional charge to it. Could it be our intolerance raises our allergy levels?

3) View from the Freeway



I keep reading the latest updates on the economy, our society and all the fear and angst among us. The latest is the Glenn Beck-a-thon in Washington. Will the stock market go up, down or sideways, will the Republicans gain in Congress, will house prices decline some more, will we ever have good paying jobs again, etc. etc. It is really over the top in headlines and statistics. Was that really Paris Hilton’s handbag?????

Where is Diogenes when we need him? For those of you who do not know or do not remember who he was, he was the Greek philosopher and supposedly a founder of Cynic

Philosophy, also known as Diogenes the Cynic. He carried a lamp, even in the daytime, always looking for the honest man. We could use a few good honest men and women now.

I think we could all use a good dose of common sense. These are changing times intended to expose what needs correction and to help us advance forward. It isn’t fast and it isn’t comfortable and it isn’t forever. The gloom and doomers are having a field day. It’s 2012 in 2010. People are ranting and raving and carrying signs but offering no solutions other than getting rid of what we have. There seems to be almost a gleeful, party-like atmosphere to being angry and loud. Every day it seems more people become self-righteous.

Changing times, such as the major transit that began in 2008 and continues to 2024 is not the end of the world. Changing great ages such as from the Age of Pisces into the Age of Aquarius are enormous and have always created chaos as old ways of life come to an end.

If you could think of the caterpillar looking at the strange thing called the butterfly, the caterpillar sees the butterfly not as its future self but as a foreign being, strange and unfamiliar. We cannot see that we are on our way to becoming butterflies so we struggle and act awestruck as to the process we are entering, the dark mystery between the two.

Trust, surrender and listening to your inner hunches will go a long way to helping you progress. I will be delivering several workshops this fall on all of the changes—economic, financial, spiritual, political and personal. You can check my schedule here and register. I will be presenting in Los Angeles, Chicago and New Mexico. Get informed and think.

In the meantime, here are a few thoughts to remember:



1) Each day check in with yourself to see what thoughts you are creating. What are you telling people all the time? What are you saying to yourself? Do you really want what you are telling yourself?

2) Keep asking for discounts, being practical, simplifying your lives and delaying gratification. It is okay. It will not be forever. You cannot control the future but you can ruin your present day by not appreciating it.

3) Stop self-deception. Stop telling yourself you are taking action when all you did was talk about it and set up a vision board. Get real, get clear and don’t talk about it. Keep counsel with yourself and with the “Great One”. Pretend you are the mother bird with six hungry baby birds to feed. The mother bird does not take a workshop about past lives and finding your true purpose, she gets going and finds the opportunities for food for her babies.

4) If you really want life to improve, expect it to and act accordingly. Act as you would become. This is critical stuff. If you truly want to be prosperous, then start acting the part now.

5) Our national talk of loss of jobs, loss of homes, decrease in property values etc. is creating more of the same. We all must be very aware of what we are saying to each other and ourselves. “By our words we will be praised or condemned”. The Bible.

6) A general Numerological blueprint is 120+. Where are you in your life? Are you at year 119? Then you have cause

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to be discouraged. If not, start thinking good health, better relationships, more prosperity, ideas for your future and sharing joy instead of woes. I am doing readings for people in their 80’s. Life doesn’t stop because you turned 80 or 90. It will stop if you want it to. You can direct your life and mind to disintegrate and leave here. That is your free will choice.

For those of us who are planning to ride out the stormy days and nights, WE are all too big to fail!!!! We are endless, timeless and will continue way beyond this life. This is our blip on our Soul’s radar screen.

I leave you this month with a few optimistic comments that you may not hear about. This was from the Wall Street Journal dated August 25, 2010 and written by Ross DeVol who is the executive director of economic research at the Milken Institute, a nonprofit economic think tank in Santa Monica, California.

The Milken Institute’s new study “From Recession to Recovery: Analyzing America’s Return to Growth” is based on extensive and dispassionate econometric analysis. It concludes that the US economy remains more flexible and resilient—and has more underlying momentum—than is generally acknowledged. In fact our projections show cause for measured optimism: A return to modest but sustainable growth is close at hand.

“America’s businesses are capable of navigating around policy uncertainty and the twists and turns of a volatile global economy. While slow private-sector job growth is to be expected in the early stages of a recovery, the US should add 1.5 million jobs in 2010, 3.1 million in 2011 and 2.6 million in 2012. That will translate into real GDP growth of 3.3% in 2010, 3.7% in 2011 and 3.8% in 2012. ……Economic growth in developing countries, particularly in Asia, will provide support for US exports. Look no further than Caterpillar, which reported a doubling of its earnings in the second quarter of 2010 and whose product line is sold out for the rest of the year.”

4) Quotation of the Month

“There is no excuse for idleness, despondency and despair in this world, so long as you are alive. ….However hopeless the outlook may seem to you, however difficult the path before you, you can find the way to independence and success if you never let go…

It may require a long time. But if you had your choice today—to stay in a dark, foggy valley and slowly starve to death, or to climb a steep, long mountain road which required years of endeavor and fatigue, yet led to comfort and beauty at the top—you would, I am sure start at once up the mountain.” Ella Wheeler Wilcox, New Thought Common Sense 1925, London, Gay & Hancock, Ltd.

Stay tuned, stay the course and stay optimistic. Talk to me when you are 119 years of age and we’ll then discuss who will inherit your collector-item Ipods.

Until next month,

Trust yourself,


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