Tuesday, 23 July 2013


Astrology and Numerology are two different divinatory of Sciences that shares something in common which is the use of birth dates as basis to perform certain calculations and prediction. Astrology use your date of birth to know your astrological sign and determine your daily, weekly or yearly horoscope. Numerology uses it to unveil the great inclinations of your character and evolution. You should learn/read through this page to quickly and easily know the great inclinations of your future! You can also apply what you learn to anyone close to you.
The method simply involves calculating your birth date (day, month, year) and converting the sum to a single digit number so as to draw some interpretation from the numerological meaning of these numbers.
This two factors must be considered in order to perform this astral numerology.
(click on the link)
1) The Signs Of The Zodiac
2) The Interpretation Chart Of The Path Of Life

Know your personality and potential thanks to astral numerology

1st step: calculate your number on the path of life
To do this, you have to add up the numbers of your day, month and year of birth and then translate the result to a number between 1 and 9.

Example: Adobi Moses was born on July 25 1990.
His number on the path of life: 7 + 25 + 1990 = 2022 = 2 + 0 + 2 + 2 = 6
His astrological sign: Leo (July 23 to August 22)

2nd step: interpretation according to your number on the path of life and your sign

In compliance with the interpretation chart on the path of life above, let us take Mr Adobi Moses' example again and analyse his character and potential according to his astrological sign (Leo) and the number on his path of life, 6.

From his path of life 6(see above) we can say that:
Adobi Moses is an emotional person who requires serious passion and affection in his personal relationships and always feel an urge to prove his love to others. He is easily influenced by other peoples attitude or criticism towards him; he is a kind that feels how hard it is for others to understand him and always wants to be recognised or noticed therefore like to put himself forward to crave attention.

From his sign, Leo, we can add that:
Adobi Moses has some big projects. Only great ideals motivate you. when ever you act, you give it your all and never give up when you face your first obstacle.

Try to draw your own portrait through astral numerology in the same way, or that of your loved ones. It will be very useful to improve or help others to get better!!

Sunday, 14 July 2013


                                MESSAGE: STAY BEAUTIFUL

A beautiful woman is a person who is pleasing to the senses or to the mind.
A woman that is pleasing to look at
A woman that is good or very skillful.

A beautiful woman posses the following the characters;
A woman of cleanliness, Elegant beauty.
A woman of intelligence and confidence, who's strong, yet charming, loving and caring.

A beautiful woman's personality makes her beautiful
A woman of dignity and integerity is a beautiful woman
A woman with a large sense of care is a beautiful woman.

A beautiful woman has deep rooted values, character, courage and lots of love to share.
A woman's beauty lies inside of her.
Her inner self is reflected through what people percieve externally.

A woman is one who has a natural lustrous head of hair;
A fine face, an attractive figure be it slim or full.
A glowing skin and a lovely carriage, but these are merely physical aspect.

A beautiful woman posses an inner beauty which carries her intellect.
A good disposition and a warm, captivating personality.
Physical beauty fades but inner beauty last forever



Thursday, 4 July 2013


Have you noticed that there is a word everyone is afraid of? It is but rarely a source of mirth of joy when it is spoken aloud. When it is uttered, everyone starts drowning in an abyss of anxiety. We would like to never speak that word and erase it from our vocabulary, or even from the dictionary! That word is FAILURE ! 

Success in your life and in whatever you endeavor depends on your attitude toward that word that nobody would like to say or rather experience one day! 

Successful people try their best to do what those who fail do not like to do, each and every day. 

Remember the four main reasons why most people never succeed and turn the word FAILURE into a symbol for their existence. 

1) They lack any specific goal 
2) They never take any action 
3) They do not follow any steady progression 
4) They do not work with any long-term vision

1) The lack of any specific goal 

The main reason behind FAILURE is lack of long-term vision and specific goals. 

Obviously, if you ask anyone whether or not they want to be happy, you can guess what the answer will be! However, whenever you ask the same people what they are looking for in life, most often they will speak in broad terms: “I want to be happy”, “I want to succeed in life”, “I want (pick one)… money, a nice house, an apartment, a job, to go on vacation…” 

Even if these are perfectly laudable goals, like the ones most of us have, they are unfortunately much too general to reach these goals! 

What matters – if you want more money, a nice house, or a job… – is to know HOW you intend to do it! You will increase your chances to succeed proportionally to your own ability to precisely focus on any specific goal. Psychological studies have shown that lack of focus on some determined objective was the main cause of failure! 

We can compare our life with watching a movie on television. If you give it your full attention, you can follow the story, understand the nature of the various characters, and you will fully enjoy that movie. 

If, however, you watch the movie absent-mindedly – if you phone some friends, go for a drink or a snack from the fridge, or cook some meal as it unfolds – then you will miss some important scenes. You will not understand what is happening anymore! After some time, you will feel your interest fade and switch off the television or move to another channel! 

It is exactly the same in real life! 

If you only have some vague notions of what you want to do to get… money, a nice house, an apartment, a job, or to go on vacation… then you will be unable to focus on your goals and you will wander aimlessly, lacking some direction to motivate you! 

You will lose your drive or move from one goal to the next without ever getting anything done! Under these conditions, you will never reach your goals; you will lose interest even in your greatest projects! You will stagnate and will end up convincing yourself that success is reserved to a handful of people and that your own destiny will always 
be… failure! You would be seriously wrong because anyone can be successful but must do so in their own way, without copying anyone else’s success. Even if some advice can prove practical, you must adapt it in your own way. 

2) Failing to take any action 

The second cause of failure is that even if sometimes people have a clear vision for what they want, or even for how they will do it, they will never pull it through because they never take any action! 

They gargle words and great principles that they showcase in public but they never take the first step in the right direction. 

Even if your project might seem crazy to you or in the eyes of other people, you have to know that these are the kinds of projects that always succeed… So do what you must and pull it off! 

It is obvious that only those who never take any risks are never wrong. 

Think hard about the goal you want to reach (money, a nice house, an apartment, a job, going on vacation…). 

The first step is often the hardest one! 

It is the toughest step to take but once it is done, it will trigger a series of actions that will lead you where you want to go. Every single step will help you to reach the next stage that will in turn become the stepping stone for the next one… and so on and so forth! 

Stop being afraid to act. Even the hardest journey will always begin with just a single step! 

3) A steady progression 

So, do not hesitate. Act and set some reasonable goals or steps for yourself, and you will move forward to what you are aiming for! 

Act toward your goal every day, even if they are nothing but baby steps in your progression. It is not easy to perform heroic feats or save the world every day. Even superheroes take a break sometimes! 

Every day, try your best to think, speak, and act toward your final 
goal: Getting money, a nice house, an apartment, a job, going on vacation… 

Every morning when you wake up, try to remember at least one of your goals, the first item on your checklist, and ask yourself what you will do that day to perform that small daily step forward! 

* You want to learn a foreign language? Learn a new lesson every day. 
* You want to get back into shape? Watch your diet every day and get some exercise. 
* You want to change your job, and you attend some evening classes? Learn or practice your lessons every day. 
* You want a house? Do not forget to save some money every month. 

Write down your goals and the different steps to reach them 
And stick to your plan! 

4) Working with long-term vision 

There are no goals that can be met quickly and easily. 

Remember! Successful people do what those who fail hate to do: in other words, steadily moving toward a long-term goal. 

It is impossible to get anything done in a couple of days or weeks! If you truly want to succeed, you will need some time to reach your goals. But most of all, you must not give up when you will be faced with the first obstacle you will have to overcome! 

No matter what you are striving for, being successful in business, finding a new job, being in good shape… you will have to steadily work for it until you reach your final goal! 

Here is a little mnemonic to remind you how to be successful in life: use the SASLmethod! 

* S pecific goal 
* A ction 
* S teady progression 
* L ong-term vision

Wednesday, 3 July 2013


What is an Aura?
An Aura is an instinct or feeling which could either be visual, sensory, psychological or perceptive felt within the period a seizure occurs. There are seven layers of aura in the human body. The first aura layer is the physical body. The second aura layer is the etheric body; it generalizes the energetic parts of the body and brings together the downward chakras. The third aura layer is the inner astral body which links the soul and the body. The fourth aura layer is the psychic body. The fifth aura layer is the spiritual body which generalizes the upper chakras. The sixth aura layer is the divine body. The seventh aura layer is the outer astral body.
This chakra being surrounded by the aura is generally referred to as the spinning wheel of energy that surrounds and centers within our body which transmits and receives energy; it is the centralized energy or openings for life energy to flow into and out of the the human aura. There are seven chakras in the human body each surrounded by a radiant light known as Aura. The chakra is connected to different part of the body usually situated at a major endocrine gland and the nerve bundle within the physical body.
A clearer understanding and using of the chakra can promote your physical, emotional and spiritual healing and can lend energy to manifest your work. The crown chakra, the third eye chakra, the throat chakra, the heart chakra, the solar plexus chakra, the sacral chakra, and the root chakra, all surrounded by the aura will be discussed in this post.

The sahasrara is the sanskrit name for the crown chakra located at the very top/crown of the head, it functions by balancing the inner and outer person and also connects us to our higher self; it focuses the mind towards dreams, it also serves as a channel through which we receive divine guidance and wisdom. Its inner performance is to release us to our karma of mental and emotional action, physical action for meditation with universal conciousness and unity. 

The Ajna is the Sanskrit name for the brow chakra and it is located at the center of the brain. Note: not the center of the forehead as portrayed at the image above; though merely looking at it, seems to be position between the eyes. The ajna is traditionally known as the third eye which throws more light on our imaginations, visual consciousness. our ability to focus ans insights. the ajna is the seat of dreams, inner vision and spiritual life. An imbalance of this chakra might be felt to result as a learning disability, co-ordination problems and sleep disorders. 

The Visuddha is the sanskrit name for throat chakra  at  the throat/neck region of the human body; it physically coordinates our sound, communication and truth, emotionally coordinates our  self expression, mentally influences our decision making and spiritually governs our sense of of security. This chakra plays an important and signifacant role in dream yoga and lucid dreams. An imbalance to this chakra results to talking and listening disability, loss of authority and inability to speak the right thing at the right time.


The Anahata is a sanskit name for the heart chakra and it is located at the centre of chest above heart, it symbolizes with twelve green petals called the heart mind  within it is a yantra of two intersecting triangles which symbolizes a male and female therefore anahata is considered as the love center of our human energy system; it is also known as a place where unconditional love is centered for the self and others. when the heart chakra is unbalanced you may feel sorry for yourself because a discord or imbalance of the heart chakra will adversely affect all other chakras; as a result it is important to maintain a balance to all the energy centers so a healthy level of awareness is manifested in our everyday lives.


Manipura is a sanskit name for the solar plexus/navel chakra located at stomach area above the navel and it is related to the metabolic and digestive system; manipura plays a valuable role in digestion, the conversion of food matter into energy for the body. The solar plexus chakra enhances our ability to be confident and in-control of our lives; the personality ego that manifests during puberty is housed in this chakra, it is associated with action and ego mastery. It is the area where Chi or life force is stored. malfunction of the naval chakra could leave you feel  powerless, tired and withdrawn.


This chakra is also known as the sacral chakra located at the lower abdomen, two inches below the navel and two inches in(sacrum). It enables our ability to accept others and new experiences; it is considered to correspond to the testes or the ovaries that produce various sex hormones involved in the reproductive cycle and more generally considered to be related to genitourinary system and adrenals. A well functioning sacral chakra helps maintain a healthy balance. Sacral chakra though primarily considered as the sexual energy center, it is also the center where individual creativity resides. Its malfunction could adversely affect vitality, fertility, reproduction and of-course sexual energy in general. The physical transmission of rhythmic energy to the sacral chakra removes any blockages that may hamper this functions.


Muladhara is the sanskit name for the root chakra located on base of the spine at tail bone area. It represents our foundation and feeling of being grounded because it is known to be the grounding force that allows us to connect to the earth energies and empower our beings. The root chakra is related to our anus and adrenal glands; when poorly grounded, your spatial understanding is impaired resulting to a stumble which could be physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and otherwise. When the root chakra is blocked, an individual may feel insecure, anxious and fearfully frustrated. Grounding enhances your ability to function effectively on a day-to-day basis.