Christine Parker

Numerologist. Counsellor. Para Psychologist

Tuesday 11th February 2014


Master Numbers are the doubling of a number, giving it added potential, they are 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99. In most cases a Master Number suggests an older soul coming into this life time to make an important contribution for mankind in  a field of a spiritual, scientific, medical, religious, educational, governmental or technological nature. Often Master Numbers indicate an older soul trained in the ancient esoteric schools in previous life times, who now returns to  teach a particular New Age method of healing, psychic development or invention. Many old, and important souls have names and birth … read more

Sunday 9th February 2014


Laughter is infectious, far more contagious than any cough, or sneeze.  When laughter is shared it increases happiness and intimacy, and also triggers healthy physical changes in the body.  It strengthens the immune system, diminishes pain, increases energy and gets rid of stress. “When you laugh you change, When you change the whole world changes.” Laughter makes you feel good, and the good feeling that you get when you laugh remains with you even after the laughter subsides. Laugh at yourself!!!  When you take yourself too seriously, it can be hard to think outside the square and find new ways … read more

Saturday 8th February 2014


Our mind fills itself with  millions of random thoughts each day, from the things we were told by our parents on how to live:  the should and should nots; do’s and don’ts from our teachers, families, society, the media, advertising, the list could go on and on. They tell us how to live, who to associate with, what to study, what is acceptable, what is not, what to say, what not to say, but they are all thought forms from the past, and they don’t reflect anything about us, or what we really need to be happy. Don’t hang onto those … read more

Thursday 6th February 2014


Did you realize we spend about a third of our lives sleeping???  Few of us really understand the process of dreaming, or realize the tremendous importance of dreams in our spiritual growth and daily lives. People will often say that they don’t dream, but the truth is that they simply don’t remember. The first step is to really want to remember your dreams.  Repeat at least three times just before going to sleep that you WILL remember your dreams. It is important to have a note book and pen beside your bed, to write down your dreams as soon as you … read more

Wednesday 5th February 2014


  Sigmund Freud referred to our dreams as “the royal road to the unconscious.”  They are bridges between the world of dreams – the realm of the unconscious – and everyday reality.  Shamans and mystics also travel across this bridge between worlds, as do people suffering from schizophrenia – the difference being that shamans and mystics move consciously between these worlds and understand the difference between the two;  those with mental illnesses do not. Most of us have experienced that deja vu sense that we have seen someone before, or even dreamed of something, that later came to pass.  Many … read more

Monday 3rd February 2014


Being in the moment is like being a child again, filled with wonder and excitement.  It is noticing everything that is happening in your world, as if for the first time, being childlike not childish. Notice the birds playing in the trees, the butterfly flying around near you, the ladybird walking on a small blade of grass, the ants that seem in a such a hurry, the spider building its web, the shapes of the clouds in the sky, the distant sound of the cars, children playing nearby, the taste of chocolate on the tongue,  so much is happening every moment. Have … read more