The language of the universe is the feeling and clairsentience you get when you know you are on the right track. Instead of that bad feeling you get in your stomach when you’re doing something you know doesn’t align with you – you have an indescribable feeling of truth and purpose in your heart when you’re doing something that is meant for you in this lifetime.
Let’s start with discussing how we get to this point. As the Buddhist puts it, ‘Life is suffering’. As soon as we take our first breath, we are suffering in a constant state of desire. Money, sex, love, power, and basic survival needs are what drives human beings in every decision we make.
Aside from that, we have our own personal challenges. Our own plots and characters and series of events. Some lives are harder than others, and you’ll often hear people say – ‘This always happens to me!’ ‘What did I do to deserve this?’ – if you’re not the one saying it yourself.
Think of life like a classroom specifically designed for you. Some subjects are harder than others. Some tests you fail and have to take over, or some grades need to be repeated and you get held back while your other classmates are moving forward. No one wants to be in those shoes, but you are the only one who is able to get yourself to advance – no one else can do it for you.
So in life, some cycles repeat and patterns form when we’re not getting the message or lesson that’s trying to be taught to us. And because our emotions are so tied into the challenges that we face, it’s hard to detach ourselves from these patterns, especially when you have no sense of direction or guidance. The goal is to not have to repeat a lifetime of lessons you should have learned last reincarnation.
In each lifetime, you are a tourist in a foreign physical body with a new storyline, and new environmental factors. You have your objectives and fate, and your free will to decide if you want to choose the hard way or the high way. I want to guide you on how to understand the language of the world so that you can go from viewing life as a challenge, to viewing life as an opportunity – no matter what your circumstances are.
There are three main ways that I study the language of the world: Astrology, the Ethereal and Metaphysics, and Lifestyle Adaptation. None are in order of importance.
Astrology is more than your generic horoscope in the daily newspaper, it’s a snapshot of your lifetime from the moment you took your first breath. It’s your map of fate, and it tells you the lesson you’ve mastered in the past, and the one you need to work on now and in the future. It also describes you, and how you interact with certain aspects of life. So if we understand ourselves, and the challenges we may face or have overcome, we can better see our mission and how we can personally go about it in a way that works for us. To obtain a natal chart, you will need your time of birth and location of birth for a more accurate depiction of where the planets were to the inth degree. This is the easiest way to understand the path you need to be on.
The ethereal and metaphysics is the fun part, and symbolism plays a huge role in how we go about it. These are things that are too coincidental to be explained. Have you ever learned a vocabulary word in grade school, and shortly after, you start seeing and hearing this word everywhere you go even though you never heard this word before you learned it? This is a sign from the universe that you are growing. We will get more signs when we are on the right path vs when we are on the wrong path, because when we’re not where we’re supposed to be, we’re often too distracted and caught up in our own inhibitions to open our eyes and ears. There’s a multitude of ways we can find symbolism and interpret a message sent by our spirit guides, but the most common ones that I practice are dream interpretation, tarot, and personal significance. If you have recurring or vivid dreams, if you need a specific answer in a spread, or if you keep seeing your favorite number at convenient times- all of these messages I can help you interpret.
Lifestyle adaptation is by far the most difficult to work through because it involves changing our mindset that we’re so comfortably familiar with. There are so many different realities you could possibly live in, and if your current reality is full of doubt and self pity, we need to change your perspective on life. Adapting to a new mindset is done in baby steps and is easier to understand when we throw the other two ingredients in the mix. Every single day is a new opportunity to progress further into a positive direction. We can do this by setting boundaries, clearing our minds, and organizing our lives.