As January is the start of a new year, it’s an excellent time for new beginnings. What project have you imagined starting, but have held off for one reason or another? Numerologically, now is the time to initiate your projects, especially as they relate to the needs of your heart.
If you’re reading this in January, you may also feel compelled to review your life before moving on, or make major life changes. You may feel introspective in light of any intentions or resolutions that you’ve made. Perhaps, you simply have a few changes that you would like to integrate into your life now.
Reviewing your life is a powerful and healing process to undertake and you may wish to look to your Core Numbers to aid you in this process. They can help you to see where you’ve been fully listening to your heart, and where you might want to bring focus and energy to. Perhaps, you’re not letting the world see where you shine? Perhaps, you can help others to shine! Find a way to work with the areas of your life that you may have neglected in the past, and you can begin to heal your heart. Your life will then begin to unfold in new and exciting ways.
It can also be powerful to work with your dreams, especially when you are pondering changes in your life. 2012 is a great time to tap into your dreams, as the Numerological theme for the year involves understanding the mystery of our lives. Working with dreams really can help you to learn about, and work with, the symbolism and imagery bubbling up from deep within your own heart and psyche.
However, if you haven’t worked with dreams before then the Tarot is a simple, fun and powerful tool to begin working with symbols and images. Utilizing the card that is related to any of your Core Numbers, especially your Life Path, can help you to learn more about your own personal story. The symbolism on each card is stirring, unique and powerful. In the next post, I’ll post the cards and the Life Path they correlate to.
As you work with your Life Path Tarot card, the images on the card may reflect ideas you have about changes that you’d like to make, or even parts of dreams that you’ve been having. Spend enough with the card to learn how it fits into your life. Have fun with it. Draw it. Dance it. Act it out. Do whatever you need to do to express how the card makes you feel. See where the energy, and theme, of the card is in your life.
Find ways to work with what you’ve learned by working with your Tarot card, Life Path and other numbers to help guide you in any new beginnings that you’ve been planning. Don’t be afraid to ask for help, or even lend a hand to others who are starting their own new beginnings.