When William Shakespeare, the great poetic playwright, begged the question’ “what’s in a name?” I doubt that he realised just how deep that question was and how well used the phrase has become.
I especially doubt that the character of Romeo had Juliette’s ‘Soul plan’ in mind. Of course not. He was simply asking why we place such significance in a name. After all “A rose by any other name would smell a sweet!”
Well, as it turns out there is, according to those who practice ‘Soul plan,’ very great significance in your birth name and even in name changes. These are all linked to the worldly challenges you will face and your personal talents. By recognising these challenges you utilise you greatest talents and can better assess the goals you should be setting for yourself.
A soul plan reading uses the sound vibration and intention behind naming to determine a person’s entire ‘Soul Plan.’ Working with many people who have or are facing traumatic experiences, or simply wanting to find more meaning in life, I have found Soul plan to be a useful and fascinating addition to my practice.
Who needs it?
I tend to ask these questions when assessing who would most benefit from a Soul plan reading:
Do you know your life purpose?
Do you feel you have lost direction in life?
Are you still searching?
Do you have a sense there is something more for you in this life?
If any of these questions resonate with you, you could possibly benefit from a Soul plan reading. It works on both the conscious and unconscious level and not only uncovers challenges and talents, but its benefits are far deeper. It can bring a recipient a greater sense of freedom and connection and it heals and clears redundant blockages.
Where does it originate?
As esoteric as it may sound, there are solid historical origins to the practice. It was formulated from the ancient texts of the Zohar and the Sefer Yetzirah which explores the possibility that reality is derived from sound, letter and word.
A method of gematria, channelled by Dr Frank Alper 1930-2007 in his ‘Spiritual Numerology of Moses’ work, is also included. These interpretations have now been modernised and expanded by the world renowned Soul plan practitioner Blue Marsden. Marsden has also channelled additional material which highlights the theme of non-duality.
Seek professional guidance – on or offline
I have really just introduced the concept at this juncture and subsequent articles will look at these readings in more detail – and more of the benefits of this rather unique and fascinating practice.
I do suggest that you do it with the guidance of a practitioner like myself, as the readings are somewhat complex. I do readings in person as part of my practice, but the good news is that readings can even be done online from anywhere in the world, without me being physically with you.
Visit my website to learn more about the many facets of self-improvement and trauma recovery that Self and More offer – or contact me to have a one on one discussion about your or your business’ particular needs.
Until next time, take care of yourself and wear your name proudly – it could be your Soul plan!