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Variety Of Experiences, Part 1 of 2

There are a variety of experiences that lead us to our destination, our goal.  Some are great and wonderful and build our enthusiasm and ego to move on with gusto; others are dark, murky and negative that leaves us flat on the ground wondering what the hell we are doing.  Ah, the wonder of contrasts keeps us honest and on track without an overinflated ego, affords us a new take on self-perception and our idea.  Both the positive and negative are needed for us to become the success that we have planned and to be the best person that we can be. I have met a few extremely successful people in my life and the ones that truly out pictured their great success where those who did not have an over inflated ego or better than thou attitude. They were humble, gracious; thankful for the life they have and treated all with respect.  

The road to success is paved with attitude, belief and desire.  No matter what people say to us or about our idea or goal it is up to us to take it and use it for our betterment or to toss it.  At times we meet individuals who have lost sight of their dream and desire to be more and to express more of who they are and have let their talent and ability go latent, back into the tightly closed shell.  They can be mean spirited and not only negative about life but others who are successful or on the way to success.  I am sure we have all encountered this type of person, a person who does not know or accept their worth and when they see others on the move they become jealous and upset at themselves for not doing something with their life. This individual is one who I pray for to realize their potential and move from this lower level of thought to a higher one and to embrace themselves, their talents and their abilities.  Let us not allow their words or deeds to affect us  as we travel on the road to our success.

Part 2 follows tomorrow.

Jay

Variety Of Experiences, Part 2 of 2

The Number 1, By Lenay, Guest Column

  Have you ever run across a person who is an outstanding athlete and probably a leader in other areas, like Class President?  This is a person who wants to win, has physical strength and puts himself or herself out ahead of others.  This is the pioneer, the explorer, the creative individual who always pushes for more, and the person who seems to be out there ahead of others.

This person really doesn’t like to work under others but is more comfortable calling the shots, so often owns their own business or is in charge of projects.  Sometimes aggressive, often assertive this individual may even be domineering or have to deal with ego.  But this description epitomizes a leader.  We need them.  We want them, and we have them in the individual with a number 1 prominent in their birth date or birth name.

What makes numerology so interesting is that many numbers converge to create the life pattern of an individual.  Some people may have a leadership number but have underlying major numbers that are more passive in which case the person will still be a leader but not on the level of one who has more assertive numbers in addition to the number 1.

That’s what is so wonderful about the human experience.  We are all unique and our experiences create the canvas of our life.  We ultimately are in charge of our own painting.

To see if your birthday adds up to a number one simply add your month, day and year together and add the final digits together:  Take the date July 25, 2012.  That’s 7 plus 25 plus 5 which equals 37.  Add 3 plus 7 and you get 10.  1 plus zero is 1.  After many years of looking at numbers I also look carefully at the number 37 and I call this a 37/1 person.  You can see how wonderfully colorful we all are.

Lenay has been a numerologist and licensed hypnotherapist  for many years, for more information visit her website.  One of Lenay’s specialities is stress reduction.    http://www.psychicnumerologist.com

Blog address:  http://www.psychicnumerologist.com/numbers

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A Few Points

   A few points is taken from the book, The Power Of Positive Thinking, by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale.

Learn to remember names….A man’s name is important to him.

Acquire the quality of relaxed easy-goingness so that things don’t ruffle you.

Don’t be egotistical.  Guard against giving the impression that you know it all.  Be natural and normally humble.

Never miss an opportunity to say a word of congratulations upon anyone’s achievement, or express sympathy in sorrow or disappointment.

Have a wonderful day and congrats on your successful living.  Jay

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