Let the Numbers Guide You: The Spiritual Science of Numerology


Provides the real spiritual base for the use of numbers, illustrating how they relate to particular psychological states and how they can be used for diagnosing life's problems and provide solutions.

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Provides the real spiritual base for the use of numbers, illustrating how they relate to particular psychological states and how they can be used for diagnosing life's problems and provide solutions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781903816646
  • Publisher: Dodona Books
  • Publication date: 3/28/2004
  • Pages: 308
  • Product dimensions: 5.66 (w) x 8.67 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Table of Contents

Section 1
Chapter 1 Numbers: the foundation 3
Chapter 2 Becoming the possible human 8
Chapter 3 Number 1 13
Chapter 4 Number 2 20
Chapter 5 Number 3 29
Chapter 6 Number 4 38
Chapter 7 Number 5 47
Chapter 8 Number 6 55
Chapter 9 Number 7 65
Chapter 10 Number 8 74
Chapter 11 Number 9 81
Chapter 12 Number 10 89
Chapter 13 Number 11 94
Chapter 14 Number 12 96
Section 2
Chapter 15 Getting to know yourself through time cycles and the date of birth 101
Chapter 16 Yearly cycle: the seed 112
Chapter 17 Daily cycle: the roots 122
Chapter 18 Monthly cycle: the branches 131
Chapter 19 Century cycle: the flower 142
Chapter 20 The whole year of birth: the fruit 154
Section 3
Chapter 21 Achieving the balance: things to do and ways to think 161
Chapter 22 1/9 - Soul and Subtle Body: one and many 164
Chapter 23 2/8 - Negative Mind and Pranic Body: finite and infinite 175
Chapter 24 3/7 - Positive Mind and Aura: action and belief 194
Chapter 25 4/6 - Neutral Mind and Arcline: stillness and movement 209
Chapter 26 5/10 - Physical Body and Radiant Body: center and circumference 228
Section 4
Chapter 27 Applied numerology: the application of number awareness 243
Chapter 28 The numbers behind the puzzle: the grid of nine 248
Chapter 29 The mansion of consciousness 254
Chapter 30 The five voices 262
Chapter 31 Life stages and the passage through the ten Spiritual Bodies 274
Section 5
Chapter 32 Introducing Karam Kriya 281
Chapter 33 The trigrams of the I Ching 291
Chapter 34 Going fishing 302
Chapter 35 The heart organ 303
Chapter 36 The family 306
Glossary 309
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