"Food, Faith & Healing:
40 Macrobiotic Accounts of Cancer & Illness"
by Ginat Rice


 
 

"Macrobiotic Meals:
For Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Well-Being"

 

Introducing A Unique Cookbook

This is a pictorial macrobiotic cookbook.  Our intention is to guide you to a healthy and balanced life through the art of cooking.  Rather than working your way through written recipes and imagining what the finished product might look like, you can study the photographs for an overview of each meal and visually integrate the ingredients listed in each dish. 

Michio Kushi, world renowned leader of macrobiotics, provides a foreword to our work applauding our innovative presentation of macrobiotic cooking in an up-to-date and interesting manner.

 

Book Description

Beautiful, full color photographs illustrate 25 macrobiotic meals prepared by us in our home.  Every photograph illustrates a well thought out assortment of grains, beans, vegetables, sauces, salads, soups, special dishes, condiments, seasonings, and pickles.  The ingredients of each dish and its cooking style—whether boiled, blanched, braised, oil or water sautéed, steamed or roasted—is detailed following the photo.  The cook can use his imagination to recreate these meals according to seasonal considerations, conditions of health and his personal dream.  This flexibility and creativity in daily cooking results in interesting, healthy, delicious meals. 

The preparation of sample dishes is presented in a special section of cooking styles.  Here you will find step by step recipes for specific dishes including water sautéed greens, vegetable butters, slow waterless cooking (nishime), cabbage and greens rolls, nabé, ojiya, kinpira, mochi, furofuki daikon, creamed onions, rice cream, kanten, tofu stew, hummus and grain patties. 

The yin and yang characteristics of each meal are presented in an easy to understand way so that the cook may use principles of balance for true macrobiotic cooking.  

Our pictorial cookbook includes a lexicon of ingredients and cutting styles for those less familiar with macrobiotic terminology.  The lexicon acts as a glossary of cooking expressions to help unravel the maze of unfamiliar language.

An index of foods used in each illustrated meal concludes the book.  This directory provides an overview of the variety and range of ingredients available in macrobiotic cooking.  Food categories include grains, beans, vegetables, sea vegetables, special dishes, sauces and dressings, pickles, condiments, seasonings and garnishes.

- Sheldon and Ginat Rice


Sample Meal

               

Grain

Rice, Quinoa, Salt, Black Sesame Seeds & Dulse
Pressure Cooked
Rice: Quinoa= 4:1;
Rice: Water=1:1.5;
Quinoa: Water=1:2

 

Beans

Chickpeas, Kombu, Dried Tofu, Dried Lotus Root
Pressure Cooked
Sweet & Sour Plum Chutney [Brown Rice Malt (Brown Rice, Water, Sprouted Barley), Umeboshi Plum; Mirin (Rice, Sweet Rice, Water)], Scallions, Shoyu

 

VegetableS

Daikon, Squash, Arame, Kombu, Salt, Red Miso
Nishime
Water Sautéed

Onion, Carrot, Peas, Umeboshi Paste
Blanched
Turnip, Cabbage, Cucumber, Salt

 

Sauce

Roasted Sesame Seeds, Parsley, Kuzu, Umeboshi Paste

 

Pickle

Daikon Umeboshi


 
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"Personality and Numerology:
The Collective Behavior of People from 21 Countries"
by Sheldon Rice

Numerology is a system of numerical calculations based on a person's birth name and birthday.  Simple computations reveal ones strengths, weaknesses, innermost needs, emotional make up, and relationship to his inherent talents.   Numerology allows one to discern his truest identity, how he functions, his proclivities, weaknesses and strengths.  The information from a reading implies neither judgment of good or bad nor criticism; rather it clarifies ones birth potential.   Change is always accessible through personal experience as an expression of free will.

"Personality and Numerology: The Collective Behavior of Peoples from 21 Countries"
provides a unique insight into the collective personalities of people from North American, European, Middle Eastern and Asian countries. Its explicit purpose is a nonjudgmental understandingof how our planet functions without judgment, blame and criticism.

The tool used to glean these insights is numerology, an occult science and art that goes beyond conventional psychological, sociological or anthropological analysis. By quantifying and comparing behavior patterns it is possible to get an overview of personality traits of peoples from different countries. 

I first became fascinated with numerology in 2000 when I chanced upon a slim volume of basic principles. My interest quickly grew into an abiding passion as I realized the potential of names and birthdays to reveal complex personality traits. As I conducted more and more readings for individuals both at home and abroad, I began to understand that nationalities and ethnic groups share common traits that characterize their cultures and collective behavior patterns.

I began to study groups of people through numerology, seeking commonalities and differences. I soon recognized that nationalities and ethnic groups share common traits that characterize their cultures and collective behavior patterns. I focused on United States presidents, expecting such national leaders to exhibit good self confidence, strong leadership qualities, sensitivity and selfless giving. I soon realized that they had the same personal life challenges as everyone else. For example, fourteen of the forty two past presidents--33 percent of the total--had the personal challenge of overcoming shyness in their early years! Their success was apparently achieved by developing special talents despite innate obstacles. 

I became curious about other world leaders and began to study British prime ministers, members of Parliament, and US congressional members. I discovered that Americans and British share most, but not all personality traits, as might be expected. While I instinctively recognized these results based on common sense, I now had quantitative data to explain it.  

My fascination for understanding groups of people grew as I researched different countries around the globe. I collected and analyzed over four thousand numerology readings of leaders from 21 countries, seeing them as representative of their nations. The fascinating results of this research are the subject of this unique book. 

As an American expatriate living in Israel for 35 years, I had often wondered why Jews and Arabs have failed to achieve peace for so many decades. Through numerology I was able to see that these two peoples are in many respects contrasting opposites. This makes it easier to understand and forego judgement.

Besides Arabs and Israelis, I studied two other pairs of countries that have been in conflict for decades: Turks and Greeks, and Pakistanis and Indians. Although religious differences undoubtedly play a part in these conflicts, I believe that another underlying cause related to two personality aspects--ego and inflexibility--may be an even more important factor. Ego relates both to self confidence and self centeredness, and flexibility reveals the ease in which people make changes. Both traits may be easily quantified with a numerology reading. They make a strong statement regarding the nature of all people.

Israel and Arabs
Ego-based characteristics of both Israelis and Arabs are higher than average--low self confidence describes 69 percent of Jewish Israelis, while 60 percent of Arabs are self centered. Furthermore, inflexibility levels of both countries are exceptionally high--84% for Arabs and 68% for Israelis. 

Greece and Turkey
The patterns of ego and flexibility in Greece and Turkey are similar to those of Arabs and Israelis--a 59 percent level of low self confidence for Turks, and a 78 percent Greek level of self centeredness. Both countries have inflexibility levels of 60 percent or more.

India and Pakistan
Once again, a high rate of ego-centered behavior--76% for Indians and 77% for Pakistanis--together with an inflexibility level of 66% for Indians and 80% for Pakistanis can be considered as the underlying cause of conflict between these neighboring countries.

 

Table of Contents


 
 

Getting to Know You: A Numerology Textbook

by Sheldon Rice

 

- Excerpt: 

Calculating Core Energies for a Numerology Reading 

Numerology is the study of the significance of numbers.  It reveals our strengths, weaknesses, deep inner needs, emotional truths, and ways of dealing with our own and other's inherent talents.  Numerology allows one to discern who he is, how he functions, likes and dislikes, weaknesses and strengths.  The information from a reading implies no judgment of good or bad, or criticism; it provides the potentials a person had when he started out in life before making changes based on experiences, and personal values through an expression of free will.

Numerology assumes the truth of reincarnation.  Nevertheless, without a belief in multiple lifetimes, numerology is still valid and compelling.  Each time the soul makes the decision to reincarnate in a physical body it chooses its experiences, abilities and the desires it hopes to satisfy.  With each subsequent incarnation, the soul carries karmic debts—the vestiges of misused energies in previous lives—and karmic lessons, potentials that have been ignored or unexplored in past existences.  Numerology deciphers the decisions of our repeated births, coded into the birthday and name. 

Numerology is akin to the occult sciences of astrology, tarot, I Ching, palmistry and astrology.  Each of these complements the others, and all are true.  They answer questions about where we came from, where we are going, and most importantly, what we are doing here and what is expected from us.  The beauty of this knowledge is the ability it offers us to enhance the desired aspects of our lives, remove or minimize the unwanted, and hence create a smooth and successful life. 


NUMEROLOGY READINGS

There are approximately twenty-five components derived from a person’s birthday and name.  They comprise four core elements and thirteen modifiers of that core, describing the personality, and eight time-cycles that together provide information about past, present and future.  The core, or essence of a person—his strengths, weaknesses, and potential for change and development—comprises the four core elements exclusively. 

The core elements are like a fuzzy, unfocused photograph of a person, revealing his major characteristics.  It is the major determinant of a person’s character in general terms.  The core consists of the following elements: Life Path, Expression, Soul Urge and Birthday. 

Modifiers sharpen the view of the person, clarifying the energetic balance or imbalance of his characteristics, and sometimes coloring the core reading significantly.  For example, the modifiers clarify whether a person with a core tendency toward freedom and change may easily realize this potential, or might struggle with these desires despite their appearance in his core energy.

Numbers representing specific energies describe each core element and modifier.  There are nine single digit energies, from 1 to 9, and the two master numbers, 11 and 22. Together they represent a person’s possible awarenesses, experiences, talents and characteristics.  The master numbers are the highest levels of human potential.


Core Energies

LIFE PATH

The Life Path is the most important energy in a numerology reading.  When the soul decides to reincarnate it chooses a main focus for that life time.  This is expressed in the Life Path, the purpose of one’s present life.  The Life Path also reveals opportunities available to attain this chosen goal.  Many people are unclear about what they want to do with their lives, so this number can be enlightening. 

The Life Path is calculated from the month, day and year of birth added together and then reduced to either a single digit, or 11 and 22, the two master numbers.  The month, day and year, sub-elements of the Life Path, have importance of their own. The four core energies are not of equal significance.  The Life Path has a relative importance of about forty percent of the four core energies combined.

The lower the numerical digit of the Life Path, the less complex is the lesson to be learned.  Life Paths 1 to 6 deal with fundamental concepts; 7, 8, and 9 deal with more complex understandings as advanced lessons of the previous numbers.  The master numbers 11 and 22 represent the most complex aspects of life.  The higher the number, the more difficult it is to reach the full potential in the course of one's life.

Table 1 lists the nine single digit energies and two master numbers, their keywords, positive and negative characteristics.


Table 1: Positive and Negative Characteristics of Each Energy

 

Independence

Positive Characteristics:

  • Strong Sense Of Independence
  • Leadership Qualities
  • Strong Personal Needs
  • Follows Own Convictions
  • Much Inner Strength
  • Honest; Loyal
  • Self Confident
  • Strong Will Power

Negative Characteristics:

  • Feeling Of Dependence
  • Relies On Others For Decision Making     
  • Lacks Self-Confidence
  • May Be Selfish
  • Sometimes Dominating, Bossy Or Egotistical
  • Too Aggressive
  • Impulsive

 

Cooperation

Positive Characteristics:

  • Cooperative Nature
  • More Comfortable In A Group Setting
  • Considerate Of Others
  • Tactful
  • Diplomatic
  • Likes Harmony
  • Adaptable
  • Expresses Friendship And Love
  • Rarely Concerned With Material Things

Negative Characteristics:

  • Likely To Blame Others
  • Tends To Be Shy, Uncertain
  • May Be Co-Dependent
  • Oversensitive
  • Delicate Ego
  • Timid, Fearful

 

Self-expression

Positive Characteristics:

  • Joy Of Life
  • Warm And Friendly, Entertaining
  • Imaginative
  • Optimistic
  • Enthusiastic
  • Very Social
  • Knows How To Make Others Feel Welcome
  • Good Conversationalist
  • Talent With Words—Speaking, Writing, Singing Or Acting

Negative Characteristics:

  • May Be Frivolous, Scatter Energy
  • May Prefer Hiding Feelings
  • May Appear Moody
  • Difficult To Focus Without Interfering Thoughts
  • Overoptimistic
  • Too Sensitive When Criticized; May Wish To Hurt Others

 

Systematic-orderly

Positive Characteristics:

  • Orderly And Systematic
  • Practical
  • Honest And Sincere
  • Strong Likes And Dislikes
  • Conscientious
  • Unpretentious
  • Self-disciplined
  • Persevering, Determined; Proceeds To Finish Job
  • Strong Feeling Of Right And Wrong
  • Conventional

Negative Characteristics:

  • Rigid And Stubborn
  • Overwhelmed By Feeling Of Limitation
  • May Be Frustrated
  • Sometimes Misses The Big Picture
  • Hides Feelings
  • Bossy, Dominating
  • Narrow Minded

 

Freedom-variety

Positive Characteristics:

  • Loves Freedom, Change, Adventure, Travel
  • People Person
  • Entertaining
  • Adaptable
  • Broad Range Of Interests
  • Enthusiastic
  • Usually A Quick Thinker
  • Presents Ideas Well

Negative Characteristics:

  • Tendency To Jump From OneInterest To Another Without Completing The First
  • Scatters Energy
  • Dislikes Routine
  • Excessive Attraction To Food, Drugs, Sex, Alcohol
  • Restless And Impatient, Especially For Details

 

Responsibility

Positive Characteristics:

  • Responsible, Loving, And Family Oriented
  • More Comfortable In Marriage Than Single
  • Sympathetic
  • Open Minded
  • Generous
  • Wants To Rectify Situations
  • Usually Loves Children
  • Rarely Concerned With Material Things
  • Makes A Good Teacher
  • Artistic And Creative

Negative Characteristics:

  • Sometimes Overwhelmed By Responsibility
  • May Confuse Responsibility With Dominating
  • Sometimes Too Exacting Of Self 
  • Critical And Fussy At Same Time
  • May Worry A Lot And Show Anxiety
  • Overemotional

 

Analysis-Understanding

Positive Characteristics:

  • Introspective; Often Appears Reserved
  • Does Things In Own Way
  • Operates On A “Different” Wavelength
  • Analytical; Loves To Study And Analyze
  • May Be Technical; Good With Math And Science
  • Dreamer; Not Always Open To Other Approaches
  • A Good Mind And Fine Intuition
  • Perfectionist
  • May Be Spiritual

Negative Characteristics:

  • May Be Reclusive, Anti-Social
  • Difficult To Grow And Develop Because Of Lack Of Contact With Others
  • Little Trust Of Others
  • Critical, Unsympathetic
  • Difficulty With Emotions; Does Not Show Own Or Understand Others

 

Materialism

Positive Characteristics:

  • Executive And Business Ability
  • Ambitious And Self Confident
  • Materialistic Values; Loves Comfort
  • Goal Oriented
  • Practical
  • Efficient
  • Self Confident
  • Dependable
  • Good Judge Of Character
  • Functions Well In Emergencies
  • Self Controlled; Emotions Do Not Cloud Judgment
  • Realistic And Practical; Not A Day Dreamer

Negative Characteristics:

  • May Be Obsessed With Money
  • May Pursue Material Goals With Little Pleasure From Results
  • Rigid, Stubborn
  • Represses Feelings
  • Overambitious
  • Impatient With Progress
  • Too Exacting Of Self And Others
  • May Misuse Power
  • May Be Intolerant

 

Humanitarian

Positive Characteristics:

  • Selfless Giver; Gives For The Pleasure Of Giving With Little Interest In Reciprocation
  • Idealistic, But Sometimes Practical
  • Often Disappointed With The Lack Of Perfection In The World
  • Romantic
  • Good Intuition
  • Often Self Sacrificing
  • Broad Point Of View
  • Loves Passionately
  • A Good Teacher

Negative Characteristics:

  • Selfish, Self Centered
  • Unaware Of Real Feelings
  • Insensitive To Others Needs And Feelings
  • Wants Much Friendship, Affection, Love 
  • Sometimes Has Difficult Attitude Which Makes It Difficult For Others To Respond
  • Lack Of Involvement

 

Idealistic

Positive Characteristics:

  • Idealist; Has Visions Of A Perfect World
  • Often Disappointed With Own And Other’s Imperfections
  • Impractical; Sometimes Has Difficulty Separating Fantasy From Reality
  • Dreamer
  • May Be Very Capable
  • Deep Concern With Art, Music, Beauty
  • Often Operates On Psychic Level
  • Good Mind And Analytical Ability
  • Nervous Tension

Negative Characteristics:

  • May Be Lost In Own Dreams Of A Perfect World
  • May Feel Dissatisfied Despite Accomplishments
  • May Repress Feelings
  • May Be Selfish
  • May Have Difficulty Focusing To Achieve Desired Ends
  • Often More Dreamer Than Doer
  • Sometimes Aimless
  • Temperamental
  • Impractical; Oversensitive

 

Master builder

Positive Characteristics:

  • Extremely Capable At Whatever Work Is Chosen
  • Strong Capability And Leadership
  • Universal Outlook With Practical Approach
  • Unorthodox
  • Diplomatic Ability
  • High Ideals; Charismatic
  • Nervous Tension; Perceptive

Negative Characteristics:

  • May Turn Powers To Selfish Use
  • May Be Aware Of Not Using Talents But Will Do Little To Change Direction
  • May Be Too Dominating

Positive aspects mean that the energy in question is in balance and there are no obstacles preventing their achievement.  Imbalanced energies are either deficient or excessive, resulting in one or more difficulties the person may want to overcome. 


EXPRESSION

An individual's Expression is drawn from his birth name and reflects his potential or natural abilities.  This is the personality visible to others rather than one's true essence.  When the Expression and Life Path are harmonious, the Expression is said to reflect the main life lesson.  When there is discord between the Expression and Life Path, the energy of the Life Path may be hidden.  The Expression comprises thirty percent of the relative importance of the core energy, that is, twenty-five percent less than the Life Path.

To calculate the Expression number, add together the numerical value of the letters in each name as shown in Table 2 and reduce that sum to a single digit.  Calculate each name one at a time rather than adding together the numerical values of all the names together.  Although the Expression will be the same whether the individual names are analyzed together or separately, the difference is in the sub-elements of the Expression, and the possibility of a master number appearing in the calculation.  Furthermore, the sub-elements signify the balance or imbalance of energies (see discussion below).  The Expression is not affected by the number of letters there are in a name. 


Table 2:  Numerical Values of Each Letter

 
 

The higher the Expression number, the greater the natural talent for whatever career the person has chosen.  The Expression number does not identify a specific type of work, nor the person's suitability for it, but rather describes his ability to do the job at hand.  For example, a 1, 2, or 3 Expression signifies a relatively low ability to accomplish the chosen task; 4, 5 or 6 show average to above average ability; and 7, 8 or 9 represent very high natural abilities indicating someone able to excel in whatever work he chooses.  An 11 or 22 master number signifies rare elevated potential difficult to realize.  Unless the person strives to reach his master number potential, he will operate in his lower energy of 2 (reduce 11 to 1 + 1) or 4 (reduce 22 to 2 + 2).

The names must be those found on the individual's birth certificate.  If there is a seeming error in how the name was written on this document, the exact spelling shown is the one to be used.  Every child receives the name that is intended by the soul, and that is the one recorded on the birth certificate.

 Many people either lack a birth certificate or don't know what is written on it.  The same name may be spelled differently due to cultural or language differences.  Names in foreign language alphabets need to be transliterated.  In these instances try a passport or official document name, or simply take an educated guess.  Try alternate spellings and rely on your intuition to interpret responses to characteristics indicated by the calculated Expression.  In most cases you will be able to figure out the right spelling, or names.

Some names have a prefix such as van den Heuvel, de Andrade, de la Caridad, San Miguel, etc.  These prefixes are treated as single names, as if there were no space between the words.  Names separated by a dash or hyphen are generally considered individual words.  If initials are listed on the birth certificate, use each initial as if it were a full name. 


SOUL URGE

The Soul Urge is a person's motivating force—that which he wants to have or do in his life.  It is sometimes called the Heart's Desire.  The Soul Urge represents deep inner desires, things the person feels are the most important.  When the Soul Urge is harmonious with the Life Path and Expression it is easily recognized.  Otherwise it may lie dormant, unrecognized until revealed in a numerology reading.

The Soul Urge is concealed in the vowels of a name.  These include the letters a, e, i, o, u.  

The best way to avoid mistakes is to always double check each numerical calculation by counting forwards and backwards and checking the numerical values of each letter.  A misread energy creates an impression that is hard to change afterwards. 

The higher the number of the Soul Urge, the greater is one’s natural motivation for his chosen work.  A 1, 2, or 3 Soul Urge signify a relatively low motivation; a 4, 5 or 6 is average to above average; and 7, 8 or 9 represent high motivating forces typified by self starters with strong drive to realize their full potential.  An 11 or 22 master number signifies extraordinary potential unavailable to most people.  Not every one holding a master number is capable of reaching this high potential.  Unless one strives to realize his master number, he/she will operate in the reduced 2 energy if the original number is 11, or 4 if he is a 22.

The relative importance of the Soul Urge is about half that of the Life Path, or twenty percent of the total weight of all the core energies.  The emphasis of the Soul Urge energy, therefore, in the reading, would therefore be considerably less than the Life Path or Expression.  


BIRTHDAY

The Birthday is the fourth, and least important, of the core energies, representing only about a quarter of the relative importance of the Life Path, or ten percent of the total weight.

As one of the numbers used in calculating the Life Path, the Birthday has special importance as a modifier of the Life Path.  It does not modify the Expression or Soul Urge. 

The Birthday is calculated by reducing the day of birth to a single digit or master number 11 or 22.  Table 11 shows the reduced number for each day of the month.  Birthday numbers 1 and 3 result from four different days of the month; 2 and 11 are derived from two different days of the month; the master number 22 is assigned only to those people born on the 22nd of the month; and all other Birthday numbers are derived from three different days.  Thus, reduced Birthdays 1 and 3 are much more likely to appear than any other days, and there are relatively few people with 22 Birthday energies. 

People born toward the end of a month have stronger characteristics than those with birthdays at the month’s beginning or middle.  For instance, people born on the 30th of the month are excellent conversationalists whereas those born on the 3rd are good conversationalists.  A 30th Birthday will produce an exceptionally affectionate and loving person; someone born on the 3rd day of the month will be somewhat colder. 


BALANCED AND UNBALANCED CORE ENERGIES

Balance/imbalance of energy is determined by examining the core energies—the Life Path, Expression, Soul Urge and Birthday—and the sub-elements that make up these energies.  When two core energies are numerically close to each other, they are said to exist in balance. 

A separation of seven or eight levels portends a considerable state of imbalance often resulting in great frustration in bridging the gap.  It is important to point out these balances or imbalances in a core energy during the reading.  The person generally senses them but often cannot identify the source of frustration. 

There are seven to eleven sub-elements in the four core energies, depending on how many names a person has.  When the core energies are different from each other and their sub-elements appear only once in a given core energy—including the sub-elements of the core energy-- a balanced spectrum of characteristics is operating.  Many energies are active without being excessively concentrated.  The person is well rounded and reasonable, experiencing few difficulties. 

When different core energies share the same numerical value, and/or when a sub-element either appears more than once in a core element or is the same as the core energy it describes, that energy is overly concentrated, and its difficult characteristics are operating.  The more often a numerical value is repeated in the core energy or sub-elements, the more challenging the condition.  Each imbalanced energy needs to be examined separately for its harmonious and discordant characteristics.  Harmony or discord applies both to an individual and to his relationship with others. 


MODIFIERS

Modifiers revise or amend core energies, not the other way around.  The relative importance of each modifier varies considerably.

The numerological modifiers include:

  1. Karmic Debt
  2. Intensity Table
  3. Karmic Lessons and Modified Karmic Lessons
  4. Prime Intensifier
  5. Challenge
  6. Growth Number
  7. Maturity Number
  8. Secret Self
  9. Group Energies
  10. Numbers Behind the Core Energies
  11. Temperament
  12. First Letter; First Vowel

The most important modifiers needed to describe one’s personality include the Karmic Debts, Intensities, and Karmic Lessons, though some of the other modifiers are also significant.  The significance of all of these, their method of calculation and how they modify the core energies are described in detail in the textbook.  Furthermore, the time cycles dealing with long, medium and short energies available are discussed and analyzed. 

I suggest calculating core energies for yourself and some of the people close to you to get a sense of the information coming forth and the insights afforded.  Later, when you wish to study numerology, have a personal reading, and/or buy my e-book you will be able to clarify what you have begun with the complete information made available.   
 - Sheldon



Table of Contents

1.  INTRODUCTION

2.  MY ATTRACTION TO NUMEROLOGY

3.  NUMEROLOGY READINGS

3.1 Core Energies
3.1.1 Life Path3.1.2Expression
3.1.3 Soul Urge
3.1.4 Birthday
3.1.5 Effectiveness of Core Energies
3.1.6 Balanced and Unbalanced Core Energies
3.1.7 Sample Core Energy Readings
3.1.8 Conclusions
3.2 Modifiers
3.2.1 Karmic Debts
3.2.2 Intensity Table
3.2.3 Karmic Lessons and Modified Karmic Lessons
3.2.4 Prime Intensifier
3.2.5 Challenge
3.2.6 Growth Number
3.2.7 Maturity Number
3.2.8 Secret Self
3.2.9 Group Energies
3.2.10 Numbers Behind the Core Energies
3.2.11 Temperament
3.2.12 First Letter; First Vowel
3.3 Numerology Reading Summary Using Birth Name
3.4 Verbal Numerology Readings
3.5 Effect of Name Changes on Readings

4. READING THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

4.1 Cycles
4.2 Long Term Cycle: Life Path Periods
4.3 Long Term Cycle: Pinnacles
4.4 Medium Term Cycle: Universal Year
4.5 Medium Term Cycle: Personal Year and Epicycle
4.6 Medium Term Cycle: Transits and Essence
4.7 Short Term Cycle: Personal Month
4.8 Short Term Cycle: Personal Day

5. OTHER NUMEROLOGY OPTIONS 

5.1 Helping Parents Name Their Babies
5.2 Helping People Change Their Names
5.3 Vocational Guidance
5.4 Compatibility Readings
5.5 Numerology Computer Software     

6. A LAST WORD         


List of Tables

Table 1: Calculation of Number Representing the Month

Table 2: Calculation of Number Representing the Day of Birth

Table 3: Calculation of Number Representing the Year of Birth

Table 4: Calculation of Life Path of Three Sample Names

Table 5: Positive and Negative Characteristics of Each Energy

Table 6: An Abridged List of the Characteristics Describing Balanced Under Balanced (Yin) and Over Balanced (Yang) Energies Each Life Path

Table 7: Numerical Values of Each Letter

Table 8: Calculation of Expression of Three Sample Names

Table 9: Alternate Spellings of the Same or Similar Names

Table 10: Calculation of Soul Urge for Sample Names

Table 11: Calculated Value for Each Day of the Month

Table 12: Harmonious and Discordant Relationships of Each Energy

Table 13: Summary Table of Harmonious and Discordant Relationships for Each Energy

Table 14: Core Energies for Three Sample Names

Table 15: Negative Aspects of Each Karmic Debt

Table 16: Average Intensity of Each Energy

Table 17: Intensity Table: Energies Appearing More/Fewer Times In A Name Than Average

Table 18: Core Energies and Intensities for Three Sample Names

Table 19: Difficulties Created By Each Karmic Lesson and Modified Karmic Lesson

Table 20: Characteristics of Each Prime Intensifier

Table 21: Birthdays and Challenges for Three Sample Names

Table 22: Characteristics of Each Challenge

Table 23: Characteristics of Each Growth Number

Table 24: Characteristics of Each Maturity Number

Table 25: Secret Self for Three Sample Names

Table 26: Group Energies for Three Sample Names

Table 27: Effect of Relative Temperament Component Strengths

Table 28: Temperaments for Three Sample Names

Table 29: First Letter Characteristics

Table 30: First Vowel Characteristics

Table 31: Numerology Reading Summary Form

Table 32: Numerology Reading Summary For Ronald Craig

Table 33: Numerology Reading Summary For Kristie Lee Cowan

Table 34: Numerology Reading Summary For Maria Eunice Albuquerque deFigueiredo

Table 35: Worksheet Used for Verbal Numerology Readings for Three Sample Names

Table 36: Comparative Energies With A Name Change

Table 37: Time Span of Life Path Periods

Table 38: Life Path Period Energy Effectiveness

Table 39: Life Path Period and Pinnacle Influences

Table 40: Time Span of Pinnacles

Table 41: Relative Influence of Concurrent Life Path Period and

 Pinnacle With Similar Levels of Energy

Table 42: Life Path Periods and Pinnacles for Ronald Craig

Table 43: Life Path Periods and Pinnacles for Maria Eunice Albuquerque deFigueiredo

Table 44: Universal Year General Characteristics

Table 45: Personal Year Characteristics in Each Epicycle

Table 46: Relationship Between Universal Years, Epicycles, Life Path Periods, and Pinnacles for Ronald Craig

Table 47: Relationship Between Universal Years, Epicycles, Life Path Periods, and Pinnacles for Kristie Lee Cowan

Table 48: Relationship Between Universal Years, Epicycles, Life Path Periods, and n Pinnacles for Maria Eunice Albuquerque deFigueiredo

Table 49: Number of Years Each Transit Lasts

Table 50: Events and Opportunities for Each Essence

Table 51: Events and Opportunities for Each Transit

Table 52: Relative Impacts of Personal Years, Essences and Transits

Table 53: Transits and Essences for Ronald Craig

Table 54: Transits and Essences for Kristie Lee Cowan

Table 55: Transits and Essences for Maria Eunice Albuquerque deFigueiredo

Table 56: Summary of Long Term and Medium Cycles: Manual Form

Table 57: Summary of Long Term and Medium Cycles for Ronald Craig

Table 58: Summary of Long Term and Medium Cycles for Kristie Lee Cowan

Table 59: Summary of Long Term and Medium Cycles for Maria Eunice deFigueiredo

Table 60: Characteristics of Each Personal Month

Table 61: Relationship Between Personal Month and Personal Year in a Nine Year Epicycle

Table 62: Epicycle of Personal Months

Table 63: Epicycle of Personal Days

Table 64: Vocational Guidance Based on Life Path and Expression Energies

 

APPENDIX TABLE: Summary of Calculations of Core Energies, Modifiers, and Cycles