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Astrology is assured of recognition from psychology because astrology represents the summation of all the psychological knowledge of antiquity.” Carl Jung

In this week’s podcast I talk about three esoteric systems that offer us a metaphorical lens through which to view our psyche and illuminate our purpose.

Astrology, Numerology and the Enneagram personality system use archetypes and the vibrational frequency of numbers to determine our character, our strengths and weaknesses, as well as our reason for being here on earth.

While this may be difficult to understand logically, if we put reason aside for a moment and engage the right-side of our brain, we will begin to see the importance that words and numbers have on our lives.

Mathematics is used by scientists to understand the world and our place in it. We can see that number patterns like the Fibonacci sequence are embedded throughout nature. They are an intrinsic part of us, a source code, that once understood, can have a profound effect on our lives.

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22. Understanding the Enneagram –D. Riso and R. Hudson (Personality Typing)

81. C. G. Jung-Collected Works-Volume 9i: The Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious

87. Master Numbers 11, 22, 33: The Ultimate Guide – Felicia Bender PhD

88.  C. G. Jung-Collected Works-Volume 15: Spirit in Man, Art & Literature

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