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Monday, August 22, 2011

New FAVE Book

I was just outside with our Chloe, most excellent black cat. She was munching tender grass tips and I was spinning some Bluefaced Leicester wool on my Golding "spider" spindle, gifted to me by the Golding's themselves a few years ago. All of a sudden I got the strange urgency to come upstairs, sit myself down at the computer, and write a blog post. About what? My fave new book, that's what!

Now it's not like I've read this entire book through or anything. However, something tells me this is going to be one of those books I'll refer to so much it's going to get dog-eared...or is that cat-eared?... I'll back up a moment and explain why I think this is so.

A dear friend and mentor, Ravenstar, author of The Healing Room, has been introducing me over the years to the wonders of many metaphysical topics, numerology included. In fact, we 'met' now years ago on a wonderful Tarot site, Aeclectic Tarot. You know when you KNOW that someone is going to be important in your life? Well, I KNEW that was the case with Ravenstar. She is one of the most generous (especially with her time), caring, and loving people I know.
We've been delving into numerology a bit more of late, especially with regards to folks who are in my life that are not having an easy time of it. Ravenstar is a patient teacher who never fails to get my thinking juices flowing. She mentioned a book, Dan Millman's, "The Life You Were Born To Live," and I remembered she had quoted from this same book before. That alone sent me to Amazon (one recommendation for a book is one thing; a second recommendation for the same book sets me into action...) and I found what appears to be a decent copy for the tidy sum of .22 cents plus the $3.99 shipping. So I ordered it. Among other things the book focuses on numerology and I'm looking forward to when it arrives in my mailbox.

An 'aside' thought...What on earth did I do before Amazon and Alibris offered used books for sale?????? I cannot imagine life without them. And as much as I love libraries, sometimes ya just have to have a book that resides in your own house.

And yes, I know I haven't told you what my newest FAVE book is yet. Consider that I'm giving a necessary, climactic, build-up to the name... Don't mind me, Sagittarius Suns are like that.

Not content to wait for the book that Ravenstar recommended, my current numerology interest was piqued enough to send me to my own home library for a book on the same topic. Hmmmm. Didn't I purchase a numerology book when I was at school at FOTS at some point? I ALWAYS try to purchase at least one book at FOTS as my way of 'giving back.' But let's face it, I don't need much of a reason to purchase a book that has caught my eye! LOL! So I searched through my books and found, "Numerology and The Divine Triangle," by Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker, Whitford Press, 1979. I had indeed purchased this a few months back at FOTS and was planning to delve when the mood struck.

THE MOOD HAS STRUCK. Oh my goodness! What on earth was I waiting for? This book has received fabulous reviews on Amazon AND deals with three of my favorite topics: Astrology, Tarot, and now, Numerology. I sat down with it this morning and couldn't tear myself away to even get dressed. Now that's a good book. BTW, I'm still in my jammies.

One of the things I did was figure out my 4 personal numbers: the Life Lesson Number, the Soul Number, the Outer Personality Number, and the Path of Destiny Number. Even me, with a math disability, can do these calculations easily. So what was so profound? This was the first time that the entire journey I'm on now, as well as what led up to this journey, was spelled out for me. And I mean spelled out like a neon, flashing sign. I was so moved I started to cry with intense emotion as I was reading.

I can only imagine how helpful this book will be in my work as a Minister and Spiritual Medium. I have a feeling the book will be equally important to anyone who is reading this post and finds themselves drawn to it. After all, it's no mistake when a book falls out of the bookshelf and hits you on the foot. Consider this post just that, except you won't have to ice your foot!

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