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Pathways

Posted by Jo Leath on Sunday, May 20, 2018, In : Labyrinths 
Pathways


"If we perceived life with reverence, we would stand in awe at the experience of physical life and walk the earth in a very deep sense of gratitude."  Gary Zukav


Some beautiful paths can't be discovered without getting lost.  Rumi


“Movement is good for the body and stillness is good for the mind”  Sakyong Mipham



The path of enlightenment is not the path to enlightenment, a way to get to this so-called awakened state. The path of enlightenment is what is underneath our feet.   Douglas...

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The Path which Contains

Posted by Jo Leath on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, In : Numerology 
  The Path which Contains

     For anyone who believes, as I do, in the immortal and eternal nature of the Soul, it is logical to think of a lifetime as a finite event.
       Each of us is living a physical experience which had a beginning and will have an end. All of our activities, relationships, learning and emotional responses will take place inside that enclosed event.
     Each individual human physical life, then, is self contained.
     When I was granted the new Numerology tool the Numb...

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Exploring Again

Posted by Jo Leath on Monday, April 10, 2017, In : Numerology 
Exploring Again
    I am always happy to meet people who have questions about Numerology. In conversation I get another chance to refine my definitions, and do my best to make the information accessible.
    I run into difficulties when I try to impart all the  learning I have accumulated over more than three decades, and distill it into three minutes.
     It is simply impossible. It is also a motivating push to explore and explain some of the concepts that are most important. I am forever se...

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Intentions and Expectations

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, January 18, 2017, In : Numerology 
  Intentions and Expectations

         Reading an article by Michelle Missagieh this week, I came upon the idea of the three greatest human fears.
      While the article had nothing whatsoever to do with Numerology, I recognized that the fears Missagieh was addressing are very real, and that working with a Numerology chart is one way to overcome them.


   [Image is a drawing by a child, showing a person scratching their head, a quizzical expression on their face. A confusion of lines in multicol...

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Celebrating The Path

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, September 7, 2016, In : Labyrinths 
Celebrating The Path

    A labyrinth is a winding path that leads, always and inevitably, to a destination.
   Labyrinths are used in many ways. They have been built into churches; incorporated into hospitals and office buildings; positioned in gardens and made small enough to sit on a table.
    There are multiple approaches to engaging with a labyrinth, and just as there is no right way, it is really not possible to find a wrong way, although when a ritual is being conducted, it would be poss...

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Celebrate Deepening

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, In : Labyrinths 
Celebrate Deepening

     In 2012 I had the good fortune to be involved with the installation of a labyrinth in Wilmot, Nova Scotia, in Atlantic Canada.
     The schedule was tight, and the weather was not ideal, nevertheless a dedicated team arrived to do the job.
     When we arrived, we saw our raw material:

     We set about planning the path with pegs and ropes.

Slowly we moved rocks from the pile into position.

and the pattern emerged.

     Thanks to the hard work and loving care of Carol at Na...

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Celebrating World Labyrinth Day

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, In : Labyrinths 
Celebrating World Labyrinth Day
        Saturday May 7, 2016 is the eight annual World Labyrinth Day coordinated by the Labyrinth Society.
        World Labyrinth Day has a focus on Peace. People walking labyrinths at 1 o'clock local time, will send peaceful and peace-promoting energy rippling around the globe for 24 hours. I will be hosting an event in Masham QC, to which readers are welcome.
 
        In her book Melissa Gayle West names six aspects of the human relationship with the labyrinth,...

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Empathy for Empaths

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, March 9, 2016, In : The Miracle of Physical Life 

Empathy for Empaths

    This week I had a conversation in which I heard about a car accident which happened decades ago.

    The story was told by a woman who had been a child in the back seat. She was alone with the driver when the vehicle hit an immovable object.
    Thanks to surgeries and casts and braces and the wonders of modern medical science, they both survived.
    I am fortunate to have no direct experience of an ...


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Celebrating Empathy

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, March 2, 2016, In : The Miracle of Physical Life 
Celebrating Empathy
     One of the books which has had the most influence on my life in the last decade is Whole New Mind by Daniel H. Pink.
    According to the website,Whole New Mind “reveals the six essential aptitudes on which professional success and personal fulfillment now depend”.
     Those six skills include Empathy: going beyond logic and engaging emotion and intuition.
    Psychology Today defines empathy as “the experience of understanding another person's condition from the...

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Winding Along the Path

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, December 9, 2015, In : Numerology 
Winding Along the Path

    The path of the labyrinth is a metaphor for the path through life. We move forward, believing we understand the location of our destination, and the path diverts us, turns us, sends us off on a detour. Continuing to walk, appreciating the new vistas and directions, we are enriched on our journey. Despite repeated deviations from expectation, the path always leads to the centre. Feelings of stress, worry or blame as we travel the roundabout way point to lessons we are...

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Gifts

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, September 23, 2015, In : Numerology 
Gifts

     Empathy, as defined in Merriam Webster's online dictionary, is 'the feeling that you understand and share another person's experiences and emotions.'
     Empathy is one of the six senses of the Conceptual Age, as explained in Daniel Pink's book A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers will Rule the Future **. <> Empathy is a concept consistently necessary in my life and work.
     In a Numerology chart there is a grid which is calculated from the date of birth. The nine digits are arrang...
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The Intentional Path: where Numerology meets Labyrinth

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, In : Labyrinths 
The Intentional Path: where Numerology meets Labyrinth

     One of my favourite Numerology tools is the Number Grid, and the uses I learnt from my teacher, Julia Line.
     The grid sets out positions for the nine single digits, and allows a clear view of how the component parts of any individual date combine to reveal the energetic profile of that day.
     Creating a Number Grid to experiment with is very simple: create a noughts-and-crosses or tic-tac-toe game frame. This is the design you a...

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Numerology for The Conceptual Age

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, February 18, 2015, In : Numerology 
Numerology for The Conceptual Age

     It is not news that I am fascinated and inspired by the Number Cycle and the elegant patterns of Numerology charts. I am also thrilled to have found the book by Daniel H. Pink, A Whole New Mind: Why Right-brainers Will Rule the Future. I have learnt a great deal from Pink’s writing, and I have come to see how very neatly his ideas fit into my Numerology practice in this Conceptual Age.
     Pink names the historical periods of Western society, and the jo...

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Universal Vibration Supports Soul Growth

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, In : Numerology 
Universal Vibration Supports Soul Growth

     2014: 2+0+1+4=7 this year with the numerological Seven vibration is occurring in the early days of The Shift that is so publicized and celebrated in the field of Evolving Spirituality.
     Seven is the first Spiritual number in the Number Cycle, and it is leading spiritually aware people to move the focus of their lives. As the core of behaviour shifts, we rearrange ourselves away from a physical, consumer-centric way of being and towards something...

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Thinking and Feeling with April’s Two vibration

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, In : Numerology 

Thinking and Feeling with April’s Two vibration

     One of the books that has been absorbed into my life is Daniel H Pink’s 2006 best-seller:  _A Whole New Mind: Why Right-brainers Will Rule the Future_.
     In it, Pink describes how the West is moving out of an information-based society, and into a time of concept and conceptualization. Pink explains Six Senses which he sees as vital and inevitable for any success in the Conceptual Age. These senses should be practiced in all avenues of ...

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Mapping the Moments that Matter

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, In : Mindfulness 
Mapping the Moments that Matter

     This week I have been working on a leisure time project in which I was required to create a map of some time in my life; identify an important place on the map, and write the details of what happened there.
     I have been spoilt for choice.
     My parents were adventurers who did not stay in any one place for any length of time. As a child I lived in several towns, attended several schools, and enjoyed visiting many places and people in the United Kingdom...

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This Valentine’s Day, Let Your Love Flow

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, February 12, 2014, In : The Miracle of Physical Life 
This Valentine’s Day, Let Your Love Flow

     Courtney A. Walsh is credited with penning a wonderful open letter which reads, in part:
     Dear Human:  You’ve got it all wrong. You didn’t come here to master unconditional love. That is where you came from and where you’ll return. You came here to learn personal love. Universal love. Messy love. Sweaty love. Crazy love. Broken love. Whole love. Infused with divinity. Lived through the grace of stumbling. Demonstrated through the beauty ...

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Many Miracles, Many Loves

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, January 22, 2014, In : The Miracle of Physical Life 
Many Loves, Many Miracles

     Human life is an integration of many miracles.
     The Human Experience offers sensations and encounters and understandings that cannot be derived in other ways. It is to be celebrated as a thoroughly desirable state which Spirit is eager to undergo. Our souls navigate the physical realm in order to learn and to grow.
     People live in a narrow band of energy, unable to perceive the vast continuum, we learn the knowledge that there is more, and then we stop. T...
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A grumpy old curmudgeon with the kindest of hearts

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Mindfulness 
A grumpy old curmudgeon with the kindest of hearts
 
    I have been fascinated by archaeology since I was a child, visiting the Roman Fort at Housesteads near my home, and learning about Howard Carter’s discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamen.
    Archaeology is a wonderful metaphor for a lot of the work that I do: looking below the surface; synthesizing a whole from fragments and parts.
    Perhaps it is this affinity that made me a fan of the television reality program Time Team, where a ...
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Synchronicity; Inspiration; Remembering

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, June 5, 2013, In : Synchronicity 

Synchronicity; Inspiration; Remembering


    Although this website has my name as its domain, it is called Exploring Paths to Cosmic Wisdom. I have a Facebook page by the same name, and I don’t often talk about the nature of the title.

     When I was beginning to emerge from my grief at being widowed, I connected with a Spiritual Centre near my home. I was interested in promoting my long-standing numerology practice to their clients.

     The owner and I had some discussions, and I atte...


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Six Natural Senses

Posted by Jo Leath on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, In : The Miracle of Physical Life 
  Six Natural Senses

   The Six Senses for the Conceptual Age are within us. They are ways of being and ways of seeing. Most of all, they are ways of knowing that are completely natural to us.
     How is it, then, that this is new?
     Why is this not how I have lived my life until now?
     I was educated in the Age of Information.
     I was educated for the Age of Information.
     There was no reward for innate knowing: my schooling did not develop natural human wisdoms. I was expected to ...
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Journey Into Alignment


Jo Leath Jo Leath has been practising Numerology since the early 1980s and since then has studied synchronicity and various ways of accessing Cosmic Wisdom. In 2008 she added Labyrinths to her practice, and has become a Certified Labyrinth Facilitator with Veriditas: Worldwide Labyrinth Project.

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