Harmony in the Family: Why I Love Reading for Parents and Children
I wrote recently about how much I enjoy looking at compatibilities between couples. For me, that ranks about an 8 on a scale of 1 to 10.
Analyzing the compatibility of children and parents, however, for me ranks a 10 out of 10. Even the briefest look at a child’s numerology chart in the course of a reading for a parent is fascinating and rewarding to me.
Why? It’s simple. I believe that numerology can help to reveal—and that I can help the parent to understand—exactly what the child came to accomplish in this lifetime.
Numerology charts are chock full of information.
And I believe passionately that there is no more accurate indication of why a soul came to earth than the Life Path number, and what it represents.
The Life Path number is very simple equation. It is a combination of the month, day, and year of birth, added together and reduced to one number, from 1 to 9.
Note that there are, of course, two exceptions to the reducing-to-one-number rule: when the child is either a master number 11, or a master number 22.
Most human souls come into incarnation in the 1 to 9 continuum. Anyone born, in any month, on the 11th, or the 22nd, however, will have a master number influence. This will have a huge impact on the child's life.
The cycle the child is in, in any given year, is also extremely important for a parent to know.
The reason for this is that the cycle will determine how the child is feeling about life in general. Are they, for example, at the beginning, or end of the cycle? Are they in a sensitive year, or a test cycle year? We all feel differently in each cycle year we experience.
Children, especially as they reach the teen years, are sometimes unlikely to talk about where they are emotionally. And looking at the cycle gives the parent the advantage of a little understanding what they are experiencing, especially on the emotional plane.
It's especially helpful to also look at the child's challenge, sub-challenges, and the balance of his or her name.
There is just so much to say about any given chart. The Life Path number itself is a mathematical equation that, when calculated, holds the key to who we really are.
In the course of a reading for parents, at any age, I try to leave the space to decode the equation or equations of their children's lives.
It makes me very happy when I can contribute to family harmony through numerology.