The energy effect

Quantum physics shows us that, at a fundamental level, we are small pieces of matter separated by lots of space.  In fact, we are really just a bag of space interacting with other bags of space in a bigger bag of space that is our physical world.

This space is called energy: we are energetic beings living in an energetic world.

On one level, we think of energy as vitality: the ‘va va voom’ that drives us.  But energy is much more than that. We use energy to communicate with everyone and everything in
our lives.  So doesn’t it make sense to consider where we get our energy from in order to understand what is happening in our lives and why?

Physically we take energy from the food we eat and the water we drink. If the plants are healthy, the meat has come from healthy animals and the water quality is good then the quality of the energy we ingest is increased.

Our physical environment provides energy in the form of air and light and the quality of both can make a big difference to our lives.

These sources of energy are all pretty standard and accepted but there are so many more sources that provide both our inherent energy and additional energy that we can tap into when we need it.

Our inherent energy is determined by the time we enter this energetic world.  It’s as if we are time-stamped by the energetic pattern when we take our first breath.  Our date of birth can be analysed by a number of different astrological systems to show character traits, strengths and weaknesses.  Numerology can also deepen this analysis by reviewing the numerical energy of the whole birth date and specific parts of it.

And, as time moves, on the same systems can identify how your inherent energy will interact with the energetic world and other energetic beings at any time in the past, present or future by showing you the cycles of your particular life.

When we come into this world we are given a label that we come to identify as our own and that others perceive us as being.  Our name can give a lot of information regarding our life purpose, our abilities and challenges we may face in this lifetime.  Whether you believe that our name is chosen before we incarnate into this life to help us achieve our purpose or that we grow into the energy of our name as we start to use it, our name can be accurately assessed using numerology to provide insights into our psychological
make-up.

Another part of our inherent energy comes from our divine essence or our soul.  Few of us can consciously understand our soul’s full purpose but we are given the correct level of spirit to help us fulfil that purpose.

To a large extent we have very little conscious control over our inherent energy.  However, exterior sources of energy are very much in our control.  Eating good food and getting fresh air is a choice most of us can make but these are not the only sources of energy we have control over.

Our emotions can either boost or deplete our energy.  Our mental processes can have the same effect.  Doesn’t it make sense then to focus our thoughts and feelings on the good stuff in our lives?

Our five senses are also a great source of energy and a primary way in which we interact with our world.  Touching something sensual like satin or velvet, stroking a purring cat or holding the hand of someone we love immediately increases our energy.  Listening to uplifting music or looking at a beautiful vista will have the same effect as will the taste of our favourite fruit or the bouquet of our favourite flower.  We all have choices about how we use our senses so why not use them in fun and delight and boost the energy we receive?

Another energy source is people.  Anybody we interact with will exchange energy with us.  You’re probably aware of people who leave you feeling drained and others who just seem to give you a lift.  The latter inspire us: literally fill us with spirit or energy.  Seek these people out to improve your energy levels and become somebody who inspires others too.  By giving you’ll receive lots of energy back.

Take account of where you spend your time: your home, workplace, bed or office.  All of these places have their own energetic blueprint that will interact with yours.  The study of feng shui can help you connect and harmonise with the energy of the space you’re in.

I’m sure you can think of many more sources of energy.  The important thing to consider is that the quality of the energy you take in will affect the quality of the energy you experience and give out.  And, as energy is our way of communicating with and experiencing this world, doesn’t it make sense to aim for the highest quality you can?

 

Jackie Notman is an intuitive adviser and coach who works on an energetic level with individuals and businesses using tools such as Feng Shui, Numerology, Dowsing, Astrology, I Ching and the Tarot.   This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

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No surprise that Debenhams bucks retail trends

The UK department store Debenhams has bucked current retail trend by announcing better than expected revenue and pre-tax  profits for the summer months and running into
their year end accounts in October.

Many are asking how they’ve managed it and many intellectual observations have been made.  However, if we look at the energy around the Debenhams brand and the organisation, we can throw a little more light on their current success.

The brand ‘Debenhams’ has a numerological energy of 3.  This energy is creative and, for want of a better word, bouncy.  It finds ways to achieve things.  Sometimes the energy can go off in all sorts of different directions which is not associated with the Debenhams we know.  But, if you look at the organisation’s incorporation date (or its birth date) it is ruled
by the 6 Heaven star in Feng Shui Astrology. (Incorporation date 28/1/1905).  This makes it trustworthy, reliable and calms that bouncy 3 energy down.

This year the 6 Heaven star is in an energetic house bringing wealth and creativity so it’s hardly surprising that Debenhams continues to be not just a part of UK retail, but a successful player.

They plan to move their headquarters and overhaul their flagship Oxford Street branch in 2013.  The overhaul is well starred as they’ll be in their own house for that year and
very stable.  My only tip would be to have an energetic survey done on their new headquarters.  They’ve done so well so far it would be a shame to ignore a little Feng Shui to keep their fortunes sweet.

Of course, it’s easy to apply numerology and Feng Shui astrology in retrospect.  Both are much more effective when applied in the early stages of a business or at crucial
points in an organisation’s life cycle and growth phases.  Date Selection and Branding can be given a ‘once over’ in terms of Feng Shui and numerology to ensure that the best possible energies are being utilised to ensure success.  Many successful businesses and business people use these energetic tools to give them an edge in an increasingly competitive world.

Jackie Notman is an intuitive adviser and coach who works on an energetic level with individuals and businesses using tools such as Feng Shui, Numerology, Dowsing, Astrology and the Tarot.   This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific business or home environment. 

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or
through her website
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The mind of Feng Shui

I was speaking to a client recently who was having a hard time in her life: her job wasn’t working out the way she had hoped and, being a
single woman, she longed for a loving relationship.

She had applied Feng Shui to her home but didn’t give any of her actions a chance to work, applying more and more cures she had read
about.  She just didn’t know when to stop.

She’d ended up in a confusing environment with a confusing life.  My advice to her was to just stop.  Stop doing and just be for a while.

We live in a world where everything has to happen instantly, where we collect lots of stuff and where we have to keep on doing things.  We fill our lives up with clutter and we fill our minds up with clutter.

It’s often thought that Feng Shui is just about your environment and, on one level, it is.  However, Feng Shui is based on a philosophy known as The Tao or The Way and a deeper level of Feng Shui advocates living our lives according to The Tao in order to bring happiness and fulfilment.

One aspect of this philosophy is simplicity.

Clearing clutter in your home or business is one way to bring simplicity into your life and allow energy to flow again.  Simplicity in your thoughts will have the same effect:

  • Less ‘stuff’ in expended on the ‘what if’ thoughts
  • More space for clear thinking
  • Less scattered energy in having to do this, that and anything or everything
  • More focus on what you really want
  • Less frustration that you haven’t got what you perceive other people to have
  • More contentment and satisfaction with the things that are good in your life.

How do you Feng Shui your mind?  The same way you Feng Shui your environment:

  1. By noticing what is going on at the moment
  2. By knowing what you want or what you want to improve
  3. By noticing how your mind and thoughts need to change
  4. By taking one small step at a time and giving the action chance to work
  5. By being for a while instead of doing.

 

Jackie Notman is an intuitive adviser and coach who works on an energetic level using tools such as Feng Shui, Numerology, Dowsing,
Astrology and the Tarot.   This article is from her blog
‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific business or home environment. 

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk

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What’s in a name?

Sticks & stones may break my bones

But names can never hurt me

But is that really true?

A name is more than a selection of letters put together to give something or someone a label.  A name is an energetic force which grows stronger the more it’s used.  And this force affects all aspects of our lives.  Just think how scared people are of the word ‘cancer’.  Or how we long to hear those three little words ‘I love you’.

The associations with these words, and many others, are significant but, on an even more fundamental level the energy of the words and the energy of each letter in the word can have a profound subliminal effect on us.

The study of this effect is called Numerology.  Perhaps an unusual word in itself as we’re talking about letters but numerology works on the basis that the fundamental language of our world is mathematics which underlies nature, the solar system, music and the spoken word.  As such each letter of our alphabet relates to an archetypal number and a particular type of energy.

Numerology also considers dates so combine your date of birth with your name and you can get a very accurate picture of you: your skills, talents, character, strengths, weaknesses, life purpose and even karmic debt that you may be here to repay in this lifetime.

So what happens if you change your name?  For example, if you get married and adopt your husband’s surname or double barrel both surnames.  Or perhaps you’re called by a nick name in certain situations.

Well, name changes can add nuances and differences to your character.  However, if the differences are large it will take time to assimilate the new energy into your overall energetic blueprint.  When you do you may discover new aspects of you or, if the difference from your original energy is very diverse you may feel as if there’s a fight or conflict going on inside you.  It may even manifest physically with a schizophrenic condition.

Of course, some people change their name because they want to harness a different energy.  Many actors take stage names and method actors will live the character they are
playing, including adopting the character’s name, to take on the energy and produce an Oscar winning performance.

Others try to cheat the system and change their name in order to change their lives.  Sometimes this works – if they used a skilled numerologist to ensure they get the change
right.  But, underneath it all, their original, intended-by-the-universe, essence will still be there.  The key to getting the right energy in the first place is to use the services of a numerologist when deciding on a name for your unborn child.

Numerology can also be applied to businesses.  A business incorporation date is deemed its birthday and the name can be assessed or chosen numerologically to bring the
right type of energy to that business.

Combine this with Feng Shui to get the business branding right and any venture can maximise its chance of success.

We live in a world where everything is labelled – even us.  A name tag is certainly better than a number.  And, without a doubt, our name can alter people’s perception of us, our own perception of us and the mark we leave on the world.

Your name says a whole lot about you and what you decide to call others may have a big effect on them.

Sticks and stones may break my bones and names can really hurt

What does yours say about you?

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an
eclectic mix of articles and information
.

This Feng Shui and Numerology information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui and Numerology which take into account you and
your specific business or home environment. 

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk

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I Ching astrology – part 5

This is the final part of the I Ching astrology series of articles.  You may want to review the previous articles in the series:

Energy cycles – the Feng Shui way

I Ching astrology – part 1

I Ching astrology – part 2

I Ching astrology – part 3

I Ching astrology – part 4

So far, we’ve looked at the trigrams which are the fundamental energy building blocks of our world and the cycles that they go through.  We’ve also applied these building blocks to part of ourselves, based on our date of birth.  In I Ching astrology – part 1 we looked at your birth star which is your inherent energy.  In I Ching astrology – part 2 we looked at your inner star which reveals your deeper nature and emotions.  In I Ching astrology – part 3 we looked at your outer star which reveals other people’s perceptions of you, face you show to the world and your aspirations. And in the last article, I Ching astrology – part 4 we learnt how to read the three stars and put them in context with each other.

This final article expands on what we can do with our three stars because it’s not just a static picture of what our energy is like.  Energy is constantly moving and our environment will change energetically which will affect all of us.  In addition, when our three stars bump into another three stars (somebody else) they interact in a unique way.  So let’s have a look at relationships first.

Remember this table from the last article:

1 Water Middle son
2 Earth Mother
3 Thunder Eldest son
4 Wind Eldest daughter
5 Tai Chi Centre
6 Heaven Father
7 Lake Youngest daughter
8 Mountain Youngest son
9 Fire Middle daughter

 

For relationship analysis one of the key things we can look at is the family member that is attributed to each star.  Let’s take the recently married Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – William and Kate.  William is a 9/1/4 (21st June 1982).  Kate is a 1/6/9 (9th January 1982).

On the face of it Kate, who’s outer star is a 9 plays the role of middle daughter, seems a little subservient to William who’s outer star is 4 or eldest daughter.  In a family the middle daughter may look up to her big sister and support her.

Inherently, William’s 9 birth star can relate to Kate’s 9 outer star but her 1 birth star, or middle son, will have her acting as a peacekeeper and also perhaps moderating William’s behaviour.  1 and 9 can clash too so this could be a feisty relationship at times.  However, passion is related to the inner stars and William’s 1 inner star once again relates to Kate’s 1 birth star but her inner star of 6, or father, puts her firmly in charge.  William will have a deep respect for Kate and her 1 inherent energy will ensure that she continues to charm during her public duties.

There are never any right or wrong energy combinations and relationships.  We’re all just different which is what makes life so exciting.

Now let’s look at the time aspect.  Each year, month, day and even hour relates to a specific star.  When that star is ruling our own stars will be affected.  In this way we can forecast the best days for romance, for money dealings, for getting married, for travelling, for just about anything.  We can also forecast the best days to not do anything important: a ‘Go Fishing’ day as the Chinese put it.

This is the final part of your I Ching astrology.  Starting from the 1st September 2011 I shall produce a monthly forecast for each star here.  Once you know your birth star you can subscribe to it and see what the month ahead can bring you.

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

 This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific business or home environment. 

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, using energy to your advantage and Date Selection or Numerology analysis of your name or business name, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk

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I Ching astrology – part 4

To make sense of I Ching astrology part 4 you’ll need to review my previous articles:

Energy cycles – the Feng Shui way

I Ching astrology – part 1

I Ching astrology – part 2

I Ching astrology – part 3

So far, we’ve looked at the trigrams which are the fundamental energy building blocks of our world and the cycles that they go through.  We’ve also applied these building blocks to part of ourselves, based on our date of birth.  In I Ching astrology – part 1 we looked at your birth star which is your inherent energy.  In I Ching astrology – part 2 we looked at your inner star which reveals your deeper nature and emotions.  In I Ching astrology – part 3 we looked at your outer star which reveals other people’s perceptions of you, face you show to the world and your aspirations. 

So now you have your three stars which we’ve looked at individually.  Now it’s time to put them together to see what pictures we can get. 

There are many combinations of these three stars and, rather than go through each one individually (or show you the picture) I’m going to show you how to form the picture yourself.  The key comes from understanding a certain attribute of each of the nine stars: the family member.

We’ve already discussed the family member attributes in I Ching astrology – part 1 which you can review again in more detail.  Here is a quick reference:

1 Water Middle son
2 Earth Mother
3 Thunder Eldest son
4 Wind Eldest daughter
5 Tai Chi Centre
6 Heaven Father
7 Lake Youngest daughter
8 Mountain Youngest son
9 Fire Middle daughter

Now we look at how the three stars relate to each other.

Example 1 – 142

This person comes across as being responsible, caring – a type of mother figure and that is picked up by others who try to put this person into that role (2 Earth/Mother as outer star).  The flexible nature of this person (1 Water/Middle Son as birth star) accepts this to a certain extent and is happy to keep the peace.  However, 2 Earth stars do like to be recognised for the roles they play and, if things get a bit stressful or people are taking advantage they are likely to just walk away from the situation (4 Wind/Middle Daughter as inner star). However, they won’t be gone for long because the 1 Water star likes to find an amicable solution to every problem – they are a natural peacekeeper.  So, discussions will be held and things will move on as the 4 Wind star bears no grudges and always looks forward.

Example 2 – 894

This person is considered a bit of a loner and an individual.  The 4 Wind as outer star sees them going off and doing their own thing and the 8 Mountain as birth star also signifies contentment with their own company.  This person has the curiosity of the eldest daughter (4 Wind) and the intelligence of the youngest son (8 Mountain).  An 894 is hard to get to know but, if you do you will see a passion that is not always apparent.  This is the 9 Fire inner star.  Put fire and mountain together and you get a volcano.

Example 3 – 353

Here we have an extremely energetic and creative person.  A 353 has double 3 Thunder so what you see (outer star) is what you get (birth star).  The 5 inner star not only gives a commanding presence to this person but it also exaggerates the other stars so we have even more thunder.  This person is very much the eldest son: forthright, passionate, creative, rash, impulsive and spontaneous.  They can be exciting to be with, they can be tiring to be with and they can irritate the hell out of you (depending on your stars).  However, life will always be interesting with a 353.

Now it’s your turn.  Consider your numbers.  How do they fit together?  Do your stars complement or contradict each other?

This is the fourth part of your I Ching astrology and you now know your three stars and have an insight into your character.  In the fifth and final part we are going to look at the relationships between people based on their stars and also the process of date selection: matching people’s stars with the stars for the day, month and year to find the best energy for travel, marriage, business, relocation etc.

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific business or home environment. 

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, using energy to your advantage and Date Selection or Numerology analysis of your name or business name, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk

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I Ching astrology – part 3

To make sense of I Ching astrology part 3 you’ll need to review my previous articles:

Energy cycles – the Feng Shui way

I Ching astrology – part 1

I Ching astrology – part 2

So far, we’ve looked at the trigrams which are the fundamental energy building blocks of our world and the cycles that they go through.  We’ve also applied these building blocks to part of ourselves, based on our date of birth.  In I Ching astrology – part 1 we looked at your birth star which is your inherent energy.  In I Ching astrology – part 2 we looked at your inner star which reveals your deeper nature and emotions.  In this article we are going to look at the third and final star which is known as your Outer Star or Energetic Number.

Your outer star reflects the face you show to the world and how people perceive you.  It tells us how you communicate with the outside world and also gives us clues about your hopes, aspirations or what you may be capable of achieving.

Your outer star is calculated from combining your inner star with the Lo Shu table (this is a table used in Feng Shui and is also called a Magic Square or Square of Saturn).  Rather than take up time with this calculation the table below is a quick reference guide for you which details all three stars: birth, inner and outer.  Find your birth star in the first column and then move along the row until you reach the correct month column.  (Remember that you may be using the preceding month if your birthday is close to the beginning of the month – see I Ching astrology – part 2 for exact dates.) 

Month→ FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN
Year ↓                        

1

WATER

187

178

169

151

142

133

124

115

196

187

178

169

2

EARTH

225

216

297

288

279

261

252

243

234

225

216

297

3

THUNDER

353

344

335

326

317

398

389

371

362

353

344

335

4

WIND

481

472

463

454

445

436

427

418

499

481

472

463

5

T’AI CHI

528

519

591

582

573

564

555

546

537

528

519

591

6

HEAVEN

656

647

638

629

611

692

683

674

665

656

647

638

7

LAKE

784

775

766

757

748

739

721

712

793

784

775

766

8

MOUNTAIN

822

813

894

885

876

867

858

849

831

822

813

894

9

FIRE

959

941

932

923

914

995

986

977

968

959

941

932

Now that you have all three numbers but for this article we are just focussing on the outer star or last number:

1 Water

Water flows and, if it gets blocked one way it will go another route.  Like water your nature is flexible and adaptable: change is not a problem for you.  We can experience water in many different ways: a soft misty shower or a torrid raging waterfall and your energy is just as changeable.  Water also represents the subconscious and the unknown.  People don’t always know what you are thinking and you may often surprise them with your reactions.

2 Earth

Earth is also the mother trigram.  People trust you and feel secure with you.  You’re a shoulder to cry on and someone to confide in.  And you do all of that very well: being of service is part of your nature.  However, people often forget that you may need support from others and, if you let them, they may unwittingly take advantage of you.  Therefore you may have to set boundaries at times.

3 Thunder

People certainly know when you’re around.  Your energy is tangible and, however hard you try, there is no way you can make a quiet entrance.  Your loud, impulsive behaviour can irritate some of the quieter stars.  However, for others you are pure inspiration and certainly get things moving and they welcome your vitality and often just follow behind you in the energy stream you create.

4 Wind

Like the wind others sometimes find it very hard to grasp you.  You have an elusive, almost ethereal quality.  Although others may see this as unreliable, or worry about your unpredictability, you do have a strong intuition and will always be in the right place at the right time.  To improve your relationships with other stars remember that they don’t have your qualities and try to communicate a little more.

5 Tai Chi

You attract people very much like the central palace that is your star.  People will gravitate towards you and may even be humbled in your presence.  You just have an air of authority about you: it isn’t put on or made up – it is just you.  The 5 tai chi also has the effect of doubling the energies of your first two stars and exaggerating their characteristics.  You will probably aggravate any star that has an ego problem but just ensure that you don’t take your natural charisma and authority for granted and become too domineering or bossy.

6 Heaven

You’ll always arrive early for any meeting and latecomers may see you checking your watch and tutting as they arrive.  People perceive you as being responsible, knowing the detail and being focused.  Some people may call you a perfectionist, others a jobsworth.  However, they’re happy to be on the same team with you if there are deadlines to be met and goals to be achieved.

7 Lake

You make the effort to be well dressed, groomed and sociable.  You’re an ideal host who will make anyone feel comfortable whatever the occasion.  People will like you, partly because you are a good listener and we all like to talk about ourselves but also because you’re fun and light-hearted.  Others may view you as superficial purely because you skim across subjects that aren’t much fun or that may dampen the mood.  And, if you are forced into a deep and meaningful conversation where you can’t be the social butterfly you are likely to walk away – it’s just not your scene.

8 Mountain

As a strong, silent type you may not be the life and soul of the party but you take everything in and respond when necessary.  You like to observe and people may call you quiet or reserved.  However, this reticence is not about shyness.  When an answer is required you usually have a very astute one to give.  People do not often see your emotions unless you are stirred into action, usually by a sense of unfairness or injustice.  Then they will see the mountain has a passionate heart.

9 Fire

You sizzle.  Probably wearing the loudest, most colourful outfit you will always be noticed when you walk into a room.  It may be your physical appearance, your loud voice or laugh or just the energy crackling around you.  People will view you as a bit of a fire cracker and the quieter stars may find you a touch too blingy.  The only thing you have to worry about is sustaining your energy.  You need others to support you otherwise you could burn yourself out.

This is the third part of your I Ching astrology and you now know your three stars.  In the next part we are going to look at how they interact with each other.

Jackie Notman is a copywriter, feng shui consultant and e-commerce retailer.  This article is from her blog ‘Life – and everything else’ where you’ll find an eclectic mix of articles and information.

 This Feng Shui information is general for everybody. However, there are deeper levels of Feng Shui which take into account you and your specific business or home environment. 

 If you would like to find out more about living in harmony with your environment, and using energy to your advantage, contact Jackie Notman on 07920 461574 or through her website www.fs168.co.uk

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