Rev. Dr. Craig E. Wright is a Metaphysical Minister, Philosopher, and Numerologist. In this special episode, Rev. Dr. Craig does an in-depth reading of Shane’s numerology chart. His analysis reveals and explains Shane’s major life cycles, challenges, gifts, karmic numbers, the purpose and direction of his life, as well as how he operates physically, mentally, emotionally and intuitively.
Think of Numerology as the science of number vibrations, with each number having it’s own vibratory influence. Based on the belief that a person comes into this life on a certain date, with a certain name, numerology uses numbers to tell who a person is, and what the map is for his or her life. Numerology can help you understand transitions and changes, learn more about the psychological conditions around you, make sense of the cycles in your life, identify challenges and use your talents and gifts to your best advantage.
Craig Wright is a native of Baltimore, Maryland where he studied religion and philosophy in his youth as a member of the Baltimore Ethical Society. He holds degrees in Psychology and Metaphysics. He is an Ordained Metaphysical Minister, and a Certified Metaphysical Practitioner.
It was the tragic death of a friend in the summer of 1972 that prompted Craig to search for the meaning of life. This began his study of NUMEROLOGY. After many years of personal research, Craig went public in 1988. This was the year he met Rev. Hazell Cassell and was invited to be a guest on her radio program. Craig’s presentation on Numerology generated so much excitement that people began to ask him to share his knowledge about this fascinating science. The momentum has continued to grow. Craig’s services have been sought nationally and internationally. He has served as a resource to several Human Service Agencies by conducting seminars and workshops. He has a wide array of clientele who consult with him regularly on personal as well as business matters.
Robyn Harris describes herself as a Soul Alignment Mentor as she strongly believes that if we want to experience real and lasting wellbeing we need to be true to who we really are, what she calls our Soul Self. For Robyn this means listening to – and following – our own unique inner wisdom and guidance.
However trauma, in its many and varied forms, can cause us to feel cut off from this sense of direction and security.
Robyn is therefore passionate about how we can find our own unique and individual ways of reconnecting with this deep sense of self.
Studying MetaConsciousness™ had such a profound impact on Robyn that she now loves sharing with others how our thoughts and beliefs impact on our wellbeing, and how our bodies respond to these and to the world around us.
Having this knowledge enables us to make the choices that will best support our wellbeing.
Having known what it’s like to feel stressed, ill and overwhelmed, she is passionate about holding a safe and nurturing space in which to intuitively and gently inspire others to reconnect with their sense of joy, purpose and love of Life.
She loves Nature and animals and loves exploring the insights they can offer to help us on our journey.
And when we realise that we are the creators of our own future we can do this in the ways that are most effective for us – and we can make it fun!
Ambika Devi is an international award-winning bestselling author of four books, an astrologer, meditation Jedi, and creative sexagenarian who stuffs her backpack with colored pens, a journal, a kindle, a passport and a deck of tarot cards here to unleash your intuition.
In this episode, Ambika and I have a great conversation about many different topics including Lego, meditation and meditative activities, expressing your inner creativity, spreading love, and finding your authentic intuitive magick. We also discuss ancient architecture, mysticism, human nature, human history, and sacred geometry. We also discuss mystical experiences, psychedelic journeys, aliens, and more. Ultimately, finding, exploring, and honoring your creativity is key to personal expression. Meditation is central to finding your peace, igniting your soul, and living a good life.
Ambika is on a peace building mission to help people realize their true nature so that they can step out of the churning river of thoughts and activity of the mind, stop wearing insane schedules like badges of honor, and begin their days reinforced with the calmness a meditation practice brings.
With 44 years of experience, 13,000 plus hours of study and having taught over 19,000 people the art of meditation, Ambika gives you five clear steps that lead you directly into a deep state of meditation. As your coach she places you precisely on your path using tools from her multiple degrees in fields of study including: A Masters in Yoga and Meditation, and bachelor’s degrees in Astrology, and Fine Arts.
As an international best-selling and award-winning author Ambika helps you bring your vision of a book into reality. As a speaker she motivates and inspires audiences so that they feel empowered to transform themselves and help others. Ambika has appeared on The Learning Channel, syndicated and public radio, and in periodicals as a relationship and communication expert and taught Holistic Health at the university level for 21 years.
Erin Mac is a mindset facilitator helping entrepreneurs find clarity, purpose and joy NOW, on the way to abundance. Affectionately known as the “Joy Slinger”, Erin teaches people how to create impenetrable joy in their lives. So often so many of us struggle with finding peace and joy in our lives. We tend to be at the mercy of thoughts and emotions – both our own and those of people around us. Our interactions in, and perceptions of, life are limited and painful when we react to the world rather than respond. To react is to fight against what is because reality does not conform to our expectations of how we think things should be. In contrast, to respond to life is to live in the present moment, to accept the thoughts and actions of ourselves and others without judgement, and to respond to the situation calmly and effectively.
To live a life of impenetrable joy is to have peace of mind, meaningful relationships, a good work/life balance and to find fulfillment and purpose in everything we do. It is possible for anyone to discover what is most meaningful in life, to effectively deal with depression, stress, and anxiety, to be inspired, and to live a life of peace and joy.
Erin Mac is a mindset facilitator helping entrepreneurs find clarity, purpose and joy NOW, on the way to abundance.
“I was then invited to become a Certified Infinite Possibilities Trainer, studying under Mike Dooley, to teach what he teaches, and that is just what I did. While getting certified, it became clear to me that it is my life’s purpose to help business people find joy, purpose, and meaning in their lives. I have received both Certifications that are offered under the Infinite Possibilities training and have conducted these workshops for two years.”
Dave Stevens is a husband, father, son, novelist, songwriter-for-hire, and corporate storyteller. He has a background in journalism, project management and psychology, and is passionate about creativity as a human lifeforce. Dave is curious about most things and is currently learning the piano. He dreams that one day creativity becomes an important world currency. In this episode, Dave and I discuss a variety of topics relating to creativity and the creative process. Creativity is traditionally thought of a characteristic trait that one either has or does not have. However, ultimately everyone has the capacity to bring creativity into their lives and to harness its power of creation. While technical skills are often correlated with creative design and artistic expression, these skills are not a necessary requirement of creativity. Moreover, to be creative does not require one to also meet a list of success criteria. To embrace creativity is to embrace life – in its multitude of manifestations. Whether in art, business, gardening, writing, or any other endeavour, it is possible to find the space and opportunity to be creative. Our creativity is only limited by our minds – by our judgements of ourselves and of others. In the end, being creative means going beyond the limits of the mind and allowing life to flow through us. We needn’t concern ourselves with what others think of our endeavours, nor with how we may judge ourselves; we need only allow ourselves the opportunity to embrace life, to feel joy, and, ultimately, to the freedom to create.
Dave Stevens is a husband, father, son, novelist, songwriter-for-hire, and corporate storyteller. He has a background in journalism, project management and psychology, and is passionate about creativity as a human lifeforce. Dave is curious about most things and is currently learning the piano. He dreams that one day creativity becomes an important world currency.
Ross often wonders how he found his life’s passion and work when he was 73. At a time when most people have been retired for years, he was immersing himself in helping others find meaning in their changing and evolving lives.
The journey to this stage of his life is far from traditional. However, his success in life and work has a common theme. Always be authentic and care about the people you work with and the people you serve.
After decades of helping people find meaning in their jobs and life, Ross realized that people were not controlling their own destinies. This is especially true for seniors. Retirement becomes a journey of existence, not meaning.
With over 15 years of interviewing C-level executives for research firms, he knows how to uncover and compile all the data and key findings in the world of retirement and aging. More importantly, he learned how to take the data and turn it into intelligence that everyone can understand and use.
The 10 plus years Ross spent in the mental trauma field has helped him develop a deeper understanding of how to get people talking about their struggles, fears, and goals. When people struggle with the impact of trauma, it is easier to be honest and open with a peer. Someone understands their world. Someone who gets them.
When we leave our careers, life should be filled with passion, learning and most importantly being Authentic. To quote Dylan Thomas “Keep the light burning as bright and as long as you can through the passion of being you”.
President – Authentic in Grey & Creating Mental Wealth | VP Bill Tibbo & Associates
Debbie Homewood is a Registered Psychotherapist and counsellor with 30 years experience in private practice and has three years experience as a full-time Pastoral Advisor. In this episode, Debbie and I discuss how people need, find, and create meaning in their lives using Viktor Frankl’s logotherapeutic techniques. Through awareness/mindfulness, we can use our innate freedom to will – our ability to find meaning in any situation in life – to create a meaningful and purposeful existence for ourselves. We do not have to remain at the mercy of our surroundings, other people, or our own pain – we can transcend all blockages and limitations to find meaning and, as a consequence, find happiness and fulfillment.
Debbie Homewood, RP
Debbie Homewood is a Registered Psychotherapist and counsellor with 30 years experience in private practice and has three years experience as a full-time Pastoral Advisor. Debbie has helped many people deal with life’s many painful, confusing and stressful situations such as illness, loss, grief, low self-esteem, conflict, difficulty in making decisions and loneliness.
Debbie is a certified biofeedback practitioner with a background in psychology, philosophy, yoga, meditation and metaphysics. She has studied biofeedback, consciousness and the mind-body connection in Canada, the USA and England. Her many years of research at The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education influence her to base her current work, as much as possible, on research.