2022 is the Year of The Lovers

Image: Claire Roige Photography

In Numerology the Tarot Card representing the year 2022 is:

‘The Lovers’

Key 6:

The Message: Love Relationships. Partnerships. Family. Co-operation.


What could make you feel more connected and loved by your partner? 


‘Partnership is giving, taking, learning, teaching, offering the greatest possible benefit while doing the least possible harm.’― Octavia E. Butler,

The Lovers are an obvious reference to partnership and marriage. encompassing all pairs of opposites: Male and female. It is the self, independence and unity.

But it is not just about physical relationships but about the inner synthesis, between opposites, that has to occur before it happens with another being.

Balanced relationships or enlightened ones, come when first we love ourselves and act, at all times, as integrated and whole beings, for it is by acquiring perfect equilibrium and inner unity, that we can truly merge with another with integrity and equality.



While every relationship is unique, it takes dedication, work, and love to make it work. Sure, there will be ups and downs but working through problems together is what makes relationships stronger.

This year, there will be an urge to create a peaceful, loving and comfortable environment, surrounded by family and friends. Domestic life will be your highest priority.

The Lovers can be a powerful card that helps you get clear about your own values and find harmony within yourself. Don’t settle for relationships that won’t let you be yourself


‘Love me for all that I am. There is no need to fix me. No need to think there is something wrong with me. Never make me feel that I am alone’ —r. m. drake

This Explains It All 

The connections between numerology, astrology and the Tarot have been tested through years of research and application.

~ Numerology and the Divine Triangle. Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker


The Year 2022, in Numerology

Image: NR Hart


Happy Heart, Happy Home


In Numerology

The year 2022, adds up to SIX

Meaning: Family. Social responsibility. Love. Compassion.

The three things most dear to the heart of this year are beauty, harmony and home.


You’ll want to protect, nurture and love your family and home. The issues of commitment, family and responsibility all dominate. This is the cycle of a happy heart and happy home. It’s a perfect time to be a homebody.



“Everybody has a home team: It’s the people you call when you get a flat tyre or when something terrible happens. It’s the people who, near or far, know everything that’s wrong with you and love you anyways. These are the ones who tell you their secrets, who get themselves a glass of water without asking when they’re at your house. These are the people who cry when you cry. These are your people, your middle-of-the-night, no-matter-what people.”

Shauna Niequist


Having someone genuinely care about you is a gift, that should never be taken for granted. Whatever may not be quite right in your relationships, is now likely to become your focus. This could be a year of passion and tantrums, as you try to make your significant relationships as close to perfect as possible. Remember, that people are who they are, but you can tease out the issues this year and make significant changes. Don’t put your blinkers on and insist that everything is fine, when it is not.

The welfare of others will be of utmost importance. This is the number of the giver. But you must learn the balance between giving and receiving.  You need to beware of giving too much as well of clinging to your ideals, especially when it comes to the idea of a perfect relationship.

It is a year for learning the lesson of ‘codependence’ that is not to suppress your needs for another and not go overboard with responsibilities.


Your Mantra for 2022 should be:

‘Communication is Key’



You can say no to people and still have a kind heart.

The main aspect of being an Empath is feeling and experiencing the emotions of others. For example, an Empath can tell when another is nervous, when one is angry or sad. They may enter shopping centres, or busy peopled places, and feel an array of strange sensations wash over them like a tidal wave. This is due to the gift of being able to feel…


Observe, don’t absorb.

Blood Money

Blood Money

Did you know?

Steven didn’t take a single dollar from “Schindler’s List.” He felt it was “Blood Money” because it was making money off of the holocaust. So….he’s has donated every dollar he would have received to groups that educate about the holocaust and fight Anti-Semitism.


We need to teach this story ~ Steven Spielberg

schindlers list hands

This List is Life


“In memory of the countless victims among your people, I ask us to observe three minutes of silence.” ~ Oscar Schindler



In 1993, Yad Vashem awarded Oskar and Emilie Schindler the title “Righteous Among the Nations” in recognition of their efforts to save Jews during the Holocaust at great personal risk. 



‘Spielberg brought to life every nuance of the horror, every emphatic moment in a gut wrenching way..feel for the men and women who faced one of the worst times in the history of human civilisation’


“Because I am proud of being Jewish, I am worried by the growing anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism in the world.” 



“Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire” ~ Oskar Schindler



Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

We’ve laughed, gasped, smiled and cried; 
looking at life through his cinematic eyes. 
We, suspended of our humdrum beliefs,
as iconic instants, of magic he tweaks.

Looking through the mirror, in his eyes, 
pursuing sharks, soldiers, aliens and spies.
Steven Spielberg has that dyslexic gift,
he recognises things, that others miss. 

A puff of thought, an eye steering trace,
precise tuning in, to plot; lights of space.
Pan over there, ‘Who’s calling out’
tilt down, ‘What this movie is all about’

A point of thought, all images in view,
as each camera angle, is zoomed true.
He’s in their mind, he’s in their soul,
planning directions of scenes to flow.

Spatial awareness, ‘presence’ is his key, 
aware of surroundings and their relativity.
Location, distance and personal space,
a master of moods and emotions in face. 
Victoria Healing~ 17.12.2021
Behind The Scenes


Life with learning differences

Steven Spielberg was diagnosed with dyslexia in his 60s. Teachers thought he was lazy, he was bullied by students. He said finding out as an adult he has dyslexia was “the last puzzle piece to a great mystery that I’ve kept to myself.” 


Film Making Style 

I see things others miss.



Once a month the sky falls on my head, I come to and I see another movie I want to make ~ Steven Spielberg 

Moving Miracles

Image: Steven Spielberg ~ ET Movie Fan Page.

Happy Birthday

to the Greatest Movie Maker of all time

Steven Spielberg


Steven Allan Spielberg was born on this day 18th December (1946) in Ohio and is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter.

Stephen needs no introduction, which ever movie is your favourite, each one is a 5 Dimensional human interactive experience. Stephen Spielberg surrounds himself with ordinary people, caught up in something extraordinary.

Steven IS the greatest movie director of all time.


‘The older I get, the more I look at Movies as Moving Miracles’ ~ Steven Spielberg


In Numerology Steven’s birthdate 18.12.1946 adds up to Life-path 32/5.

Meaning: Adventure. Promotion. Resourcefulness. Expansive.

32/5 is the magically powerful number, which can rule people and nations. This number is often associated with ‘Herald of light”. He has  a strong pioneer spirit and innate leadership qualities,. He is a warrior who for right, duty and responsibility, bringing messages of good tidings for the future. He has a desire to see justice done in his life works.

Steven has a philosophical outlook and respects the conventions of the culture in which he lives. He may experience vivid dreams, which he has made note of.

Steven Spielberg, a name that today evokes admiration amongst cinephiles across the world, fought his way to the top by overcoming his disabilities. He suffered from dyslexia all his life that made him the subject of bully amongst his peers. But he never stopped believing in himself and kept pushing his limits to accomplish his goals. His inspirational legacy is a reminder that with hope and self-belief we can conquer all hurdles.

Spielberg said. “Movies really helped me… kind of saved me from shame, from guilt… Making movies was my great escape.” ~ Stephen Spielberg (LA Times)


“I dream for a living.” – Steven Spielberg

We have to listen to our inner voice — the whisper that will guide us’ ~ Steven Spielberg

“I had to help them. There was no choice.“ – Oskar Schindler.

*Note: Oskar Schindler from “Schindlers List” also had the same birth path as Steven Spielberg


Painting Words

Image: Copyrights ~ Vincent van Gogh Art Museum. Parisian Bookshop

Unkempt children with dirty feet, 
weary peasants, plodding streets. 
Weathered hands and pallid faces,
living on faith, in dowdiest of places.

Concern flickered in his attentive eyes, 
wishing to paint ‘lives’ in their true light.
An inspired, sensitive and visionary man, 
the power of his heart, held in his hands. 

Words of colour, stroked from his brush,
immersed in nature, an emotional must.
A palette betwixt the colourful and dark,
an ingenious master in the tender of art.

Illuminate paints, in quest to understand,
infinity of life in Gods magnificent lands.
Casting artful eyes over natures scenery,
sensing the harmony, of universe clearly. 

Breathing the frequency of existence into air,
time was stilled, portrayed in magical flares.  
Forward thinking and a way ahead of time,
colouring enthusiasm between his lines.

Painting coloured words, to what he saw, 
influenced by Charles Dickens, gift to poor. 
The passion of his starry eyed expression,
were epileptic traits of spiritual impressions.

Laden with creations, meaningful treasures,
awe inspiring legacies, akin to your pleasures.
Victoria Healing ~ 
Painting Words 

Image: Still life with Bible 1885. Vincent van Gogh Museum. The Bible symbolised his father’s faith, which Van Gogh felt was too conventional and made for a strict view of life. 




Vincent van Gogh absolutely loved Charles Dickens

Vincent wanted to “Paint what Dickens had done with his words”

Van Gogh was an avid reader and admirer of Charles Dickens. He remained devoted to the Victorian author throughout his life.

In a letter to his brother Theo, Vincent wrote of his ‘Irresistible passion for books’ and that the study of literature was as essential to him as his daily bread. Van Gogh created albums for his family and friends, containing poems and prose he selected himself.

Vincent collected images of everything that appealed to him, pretty much like his own Pinterest.


Image: The Empty Chair, was painted in commemorations of Charles Dickens. (Arles, December 1888)




Similarities in the personality traits of famous people who have epilepsy.

Would it be a ‘coincidence’ that both Vincent van Gogh and Charles Dickens both had epilepsy and were obsessive artists and writers? They each had the typical clingy emotional personality and were fascinated with spirituality and religion



Robert Efron commented on epilepsy in the Neurological Journal ~

‘The most intuitive people are diagnosed by the least’

The Ghost Whisperer

Image: The Charles Dickens museum
“It is required of every man’ the ghost returned, 
‘That the spirit within him, should walk abroad among his fellow man and travel far and wide and if the spirit goes not forth in life, it is condemned to do so after death’ 
~ Charles Dickens

With magical quill, he spelled dreams,
in a dark world, as bleak as it seemed. 
In black and sodden, cobbled streets,
raggedy children, shuffled on bare feet. 

The smells of neglect and overcrowding,
shadows flicker, loomed, overpowering.  
Polluted with poverty, grunge and grime, 
the hungry gaze of dull, feverish eyes.

Gusts of wind, rattled on broken panes,
swiping smoke off braziers, fiery flames.
In the smut of Victoria's, industrial era,
many, lived in poverty, scarcity and fear. 

The derelict, invisible, trapped bones,
in desolation, the homeless all roamed.  
Great Expectations, were to be had,
when he penned the good, in the bad. 

A true alchemist, of generous and kind, 
wandering about London’s slum’s at night.
The tired bodies slumped against walls,
wrapped in filthy blankets and shawls. 

He wrote about each one with humility,
offering hopes from squalor into dignity.
Where their aspirations, could be real,
freed from the aristocrats, pitiless deals. 

Ghost hunter, hypnotist, wannabe magician, 
with caring heart, penned of epileptic vision.
Bringing joy and benevolence to the sad,
stressing the wrong, in moral evils of bad. 

Invoking spirits of past, future and present,
Charles Dickens taught the miserly a lesson.
‘A Christmas Carol’ published for the greedy,
jangled in changes, for charity of the needy.

More than a century after Dickens has gone,
his empathetic, parables are still passed on.  
A wordsmith who seized our imagination, 
wringing the hearts, of each new generation. 
Victoria Healing ~ 4.12.2021

Image: Charles Dickens

“I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.” ~ Charles Dickens 


Fact Finder:

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Did you know?

Charles Dickens was an actual, real life ghost hunter

https://www.bustle.com/articles/186345-charles-dickens-was-a-real-life-ghost-buster-and-member-of-the-worlds-oldest-paranormal-research ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀




Top image:

*A Christmas Carol was inspired by the Chorley murderer*



Image: John Atkinson

“No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.” ― Charles Dickens