numerology

essential oils are part of the A to Z of Healing in Ishieta Chopra's ebook.

In my third book review of theblogchatter.com’s ebook carnival, I’m taking a look at A to Z of Healing by Ishieta Chopra.

https://www.theblogchatter.com/download/a-to-z-of-healing-by-ishieta-chopra/

 

Book Blurb:

The Author, Ishieta belongs to a Lineage of healers. In the A to Z Challenge in 2017, she took up the theme of A to Z of Healing. Join her as she completes the Alphabets and shares her notes and experiences on 26 Alternative forms of Healing – Beyond the ‘what’ they are, to what we can do with them & what the experience is like.

My Review

Aessential oils are part of the A to Z of Healing in Ishieta Chopra's ebook.s in all the ebook carnival books taken from this year’s AtoZChallenge, the author offers us twenty-six essays. Her theme is Healing. From Affirmations to Zen, we join her on a wide, interesting journey. Each essay not only delves into the basic description of that day’s theme, but into specifics. For example, she charts out which essential oils work best for which maladies, and where to apply them on the body.

Gemstones, or crystals, are part of the A to Z of Healing in Ishieta Chopra's ebook.Or which gemstones are favored in each of the seasons.

I enjoyed her knowledge of the familiar—chakras, meditation, numerology, and tarot. I read with great interest in the forms of healing not as familiar in the Western World. Kundalini Awakening, Qigong, and Vastu Shastra opened my mind to new ways of healing.

The author is an authority on the subjects presented. She shares her knowledge in an easy to understand, informative manner. I appreciate the time and care spent in creating each blog post and the compilation ebook. It truly is an A to Z of Healing.

For a FREE download of the ebook, go here.

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About The Author:

A practicing Numerologist, Tarot Reader & Reiki Healer & Master, She has set up Isheeria’s Healing Circles to help people Learn, Heal & (Re) Design their lives through the Esoteric Arts and Healing Methods such as: Numerology, Astrology, Feng Shui & Tarot Readings, Reiki and various other Healing Methods, some of which you will be reading about in this book. She writes on these topics along with Monthly Predictions, upcoming festivals and important days according to Astrology, Western Calendar and popular folklore, and Alternative methods of Healing & Predictions, and other Fun & interesting stuff on her site: http://isheeriashealingcircles.com/

A Life-long learner, she is an MBA (Marketing & Finance) and currently a student of Law, with over 17 years of professional corporate experience and finds her true calling in the Esoteric Arts and Writing.

Blessings to all,

Cheryl

 

 

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Use numerology to define fictional character traits. Learn more at www.cherylsterlingbooks.com
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Use numerology to create characters

 

In today’s AtoZChallenge, the letter “N” is for Numerology

Today, we continue exploring character development, using Numerology as our base.

Numerology traces its origins to the ancient Greece mathematician, Pythagoras, one of the founders of geometry (Yuck!). He discovered the relationship between mind and energy and the almost uncanny match of personality traits based on one’s birth date.

In recent times, author Dan Millman’s book, The Life You Were Born to Live, has renewed the study of numerology.

A quick overview of each life path number

  1. Creative, confidence, self-motivated
  2. cooperation, balance, peacemakers
  3. expressive, sensitive, optimistic
  4. stable, practical, hardworking
  5. freedom, discipline, adventurous
  6. acceptance, nurturing, compassionate
  7. trusting, intuitive, pessimistic
  8. ambitious, goal-oriented, blunt
  9. humanitarian, compassionate, generous

How can I use numerology to define my character’s personality?

First, start with their birthday. I know, fictional characters don’t usually have birthdays. Look at your era, at astrological signs, and at numerology traits to determine a date.

Let me give you an example. Annie Faraday, the main character in the book I’ll write later this year (it’s a WWII story), was born on January 20, 1920. Adding her birth date together 0+1+2+0+1+9+2+0, we arrive at 15. Taking this one step further, add 1+5 to arrive at Annie’s life path number of 6. We express this as 15/6, as the “1” and “5” are minor influencers.

Turning to Mr. Millman’s book, we see the characteristics of a “6” personality are:

  • Nurturing
  • Symathetic
  • Compassionate
  • Loyal
  • Protective

“6’s” are often called caretakers.

Each characteristic has a negative side to it. “6’s” can become anxious, suspicious, jealous or unstable.

The “1” minor influence in Annie’s numbers gives her focus, strong-will, courage, and possibly makes her stubborn and selfish.

The “5” minor influence can make her adventurous, flexible, social, or unstable and careless.

As you can see, Annie can be a complex character, but isn’t that what you want for the characters you write?

And remember, not all “6” are alike, as not all Geminis are alike. There is no monopoly on a trait.

Writing characters is a complex task

Many factors should be taken into consideration when creating a character. Take me, for example.

  • Astrology (I’m a Leo, bossy and confident).
  • I’m also the first born (responsible, driven, confident).
  • I’m a 31/4 (imaginative and optimistic from the “3”, independent and stongwilled from the “1”, and the “4 life path number is characteristic of a step-by-step approach. “4’s” are often called the builder.)
  • On the Myers-Briggs test, I come out as either an INTJ (imaginative and strategic thinkers) or an ENTJ, (bold, imaginative and strong-willed leaders). My classification depends on how introverted (I) or extroverted (E) I’m feeling when I take the test.

Numerology can create friction between your characters

People with a life path number of 4 are hard working,

People with the lifepath number of 2 are practical and sensitive. They are often called The Balancer.I’m a “4”. The builder. Step-by-step. Start at A and end at Z.

My husband is a “2”. The balancer. Considers all contingencies before making a decision.

I want to start. He wants to know if the possibility of rain will influence the decision. Or a full moon. Or if it’s a Tuesday.

Life has been easier once I discovered his vacillation is the perfect character trait of a “2”. He can’t help himself.

I found this chart online that will tell you the compatibility of people with two different life numbers. I’ll be using it in the future.

Numerology is one way to create your fictional characters. What method do you use?

Tomorrow’s #AtoZChallenge* will focus on the letter “O”.

Blessings until then,

Cheryl

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*#AtoZChallenge is a blogging challenge that takes place in April (except on Sundays). Participants blog every day around a theme of their choosing, in alphabetical order. Throughout the month of April, I’ll share tips, links, and insights I’ve learned in my writing career.

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