I am not religious. Can I book a session?
The Soul Plan system originates from an ancient Hebrew script called the Sefer Yetzirah but is not a part of Judaism. You don't need to be religious to get your name explained with the Soul Plan method.
Is Soul Plan connected to Kabbalah?
Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism and Tarot all stem from the ancient Hebrew script, the Sefer Yetzirah.
Can you predict my future?
No. I am not predicting your future using the Soul Plan method. I use the system to help you become aware of your strengths and how to use these talents to overcome any barriers you may experience. You are the one who takes that step to change. You are the one who makes your future.
Is Soul Plan comparable to Name Numerology?
Soul Plan uses values connected to each letter in the Hebrew alphabet, yes.
Just like with Name Numerology, a value is attached to a frequency bringing meaning and energies or vibrations into this world, yes.
I am married and use my partner's last name. Which name do I submit when I want to book an appointment with you?
Submit both names. The name you use has an impact too. See also answer to the question: "I don't use my name as stated on my birth certificate. Do I give my original birth certificate name anyway when I book a Soul Plan Reading Session?"
I don't use my name as stated on my birth certificate. Do I give my original birth certificate name anyway when I book a Soul Plan Reading Session?
When you book a session, please give your original full name (as stated on your birth certificate) plus the name you use now.
The name you use has an impact on your original birth name. Your original birth name carries your basic energies and is most influential.
In some countries, surnames are put before first names. Please give me the name exactly as it is shown on your original birth certificate.
I don't have an original birth certificate. Which name do I use for submission to request a Soul Plan Reading Session?
Some people who are adopted or were born in another country then the UK may not have their original birth certificate. If so, you can use your current name to have your name read in a session.