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Friday, February 26, 2010

The Power of Numbers 2

I have been doing a lot of character-and-behaviour Life Path readings using dates of birth and the Power of Numbers - probably a thousand of them.
The One-Man-Band
The above is Mr John Smith's (not his real name) Life Path Diagram. I highlight John's Life Path here because he has an unusual repeat of numbers. His Numbers show that he is so independent that he can and prefers to run his business alone. This may sound 'good', but truly, the universe really does not judge what is 'good' or 'bad'. Numbers merely speak what they are, and as they are, and the judgment is only and purely human. However, being a one-man-band business also mean that he is unable to scale up his business and is more likely than not working himself to a detrimental health. So, that is not very 'good' at all, going by the human judgment.
John is also not a very balanced person, as he lacks in the ability to: act fast, garner support and be resilient against stress. It is said that to cultivate Tao, a man needs to learn to be balanced in all aspects. That is, a balanced man is the success beyond all of business or material successes put together.
Separately, a common question I get is one pertaining to 'partner compatiblity'. Many clients are highly anxious to know if their boyfriend or girlfriend is compatible with them and if they are spouse material. Just for the record, many couples I have read are not compatible. Even the married ones are not compatible (by the measure of the Power of Numbers). Consequently, many of them are also unhappy in their marriages.
So how did they end up married? How could they be sufficiently 'attracted' to one another to tie the knot? These are hard questions to answer fully, but let's see if we can get some hints.
Firstly, does 'compatibility' mean that if two persons are married, their relationship will be trouble free and that they will live happily ever after? Given that we most people are living in a harsh and hurried manner in urban settings and by the Law of Average, a dispute-free marriage is highly unlikely.
From the cases I have seen, compatible couples have a lot in common in their Life Path. That means they have similar thinking patterns, interests and habits. Perhaps, this is the reason they find each other by the Law of Attraction - that which pulls them together, or pulls them back together after every squabble. When two persons are highly similar, their chances of staying together are much higher as it will be easier to exercise empathy given that they think alike. That is, empathy is easier if one has experienced the same or similar thought patterns before. Given that and for every other thing being equal, a compatible couple then has a higher chance of staying married.
For couples that are incompatible, I find it easier to use the Life Paths to show where and what they are incompatible in. It is a more organised, structured and visible way of bringing awareness of their incompatibilities. Once the couple is made aware of their specific issues, they can then work consciously towards understanding the other party better and close the gaps. Since nothing is fixed or permanent, awareness itself is halfway through the victory of taking charge of our one's own destiny.
Lastly, "How did these incompatible couples end up married?" Much of the answer could be found in the word, "curiosity". Incompatible couples do not have much in common, hence they were initially very curious about each other. So much of the other party's character traits were then new to them and were seemingly interesting in the beginning. This is the light hearted floating feeling one experiences, and one often mistaken as a feeling of 'being in love'. However, once such curiosities are satisfied, the light floating feeling fades, and the mundane starts. Perhaps that's why 'love at first sight' often do not last very long, if at all.

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For those who want to meet me for a reading or a chat, I'll be at the fair near Central Mall in Singapore on:
Date: 6 March 2010 (Saturday)
Time: 4pm to 11pm
Place: Along the banks of Singapore River outside Central Mall.
There will be a fee charged. I have a manager now and she says that it is only fair to have an exchange. I think so too. However, there'll be a 'promotion price' if you have a reading at the fair.

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Friday, February 19, 2010

The Interview with God

Got this inspirational video from a friend today...

I dreamed I had an interview with God.

“So you would like to interview me?” God asked.

“If you have the time” I said.

God smiled. “My time is eternity.”
“What questions do you have in mind for me?”

“What surprises you most about humankind?”

God answered...
“That they get bored with childhood,
they rush to grow up, and then
long to be children again.”

“That they lose their health to make money...
and then lose their money to restore their health.”

“That by thinking anxiously about the future,
they forget the present,
such that they live in neither
the present nor the future.”

"That they live as if they will never die,
and die as though they had never lived.”

God’s hand took mine
and we were silent for a while.

And then I asked...
“As a parent, what are some of life’s lessons
you want your children to learn?”

“To learn they cannot make anyone
love them. All they can do
is let themselves be loved.”

“To learn that it is not good
to compare themselves to others.”

“To learn to forgive
by practicing forgiveness.”

“To learn that it only takes a few seconds
to open profound wounds in those they love,
and it can take many years to heal them.”

“To learn that a rich person
is not one who has the most,
but is one who needs the least.”

“To learn that there are people
who love them dearly,
but simply have not yet learned
how to express or show their feelings.”

“To learn that two people can
look at the same thing
and see it differently.”

“To learn that it is not enough that they
forgive one another, but they must also forgive themselves.”

"Thank you for your time," I said humbly.

"Is there anything else
you would like your children to know?"

God smiled and said,
“Just know that I am here... always.”

-author unknown
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Monday, February 08, 2010

Comics - Beware the Conscious Mind

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How does your tongue feel? LOL!
Now try being your big toe!!!! hahaha.
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