Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Event Planning Starts With The Right Date

By Kavi Saphala

Are you ready to plan an event, such as a wedding or party? Do you have a workshop you would like to present? There are of course many considerations when planning any type of event, including the date. How do you choose the right date for your event?

We live in a world full of relationships. We are not just talking about the relationships we have with friends, family and colleagues. We live in the world, and are affected by the world as a whole as well as by the stars and planets.

When it comes down to the general energy of a day you can use numerology. This system can be used to analyze the date of an event, or the key people involved in the event. There are five types of numerology: Abracadabra, Pythagorean, Chaldean, Kabbalah, and New Kabbalah.

Biorhythm is another method to tune into the highs and lows for the day. Since biorhythm analysis is based on a date of birth it is better used for the personal interactivity between you and your event rather than the event itself. A biorhythm reading may serve as a good supplemental view to see how well you will manage the day of the event.

A popular method used to chart out the energy for a day is astrology. This method is not for beginners, for it is a complex science. You can turn to an astrology expert to give you an interpretation for the date selected.

Of all the tools I mention in this article they all give a snapshot into the day or the people involved in the event. Any one of these tools can be used individually or collectively. I like to delve a little deeper, and for that reason I also bring in a look at the Mayan Tzolkin calendar.

Given a choice in day analysis tools I use the lesser known but very powerful Mayan Tzolkin Calendar. With this tool I can clearly see the interactivity of a day or multi-day event and the individuals involved is through the Mayan Tzolkin Calendar.

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