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10 means what to you?

Let’s take ten! What a mile stone! Have you ever done anything for ten years? Do you have a ten year old child, relationship, sobriety, or career?  I opened Lightworkers Gifts 9 years ago and am now moving into my 10th year. Still excited after all these years of services. YOU are a big reason for that and I thank you. See you at the Celebration in August. Here is an explanation of the ten vibration from numerologist Karen Winkelman .

Happy 10 yearsWheel of Fortune: The Power of the 10
Known as the Wheel of Fortune, ten is potent and powerful. Since ten also reduces to one, everything that one implies is in effect and amped up. Think one on steroids!

The ten is a major creation and manifestation number. Choose wisely. Whatever you focus your energy on you can create. A focus on wonderful, beautiful and creative things can make them happen quickly, but get caught up in worry, and, well, you attract more reasons to worry. So, set your sights on what you would like to create over the next year and hold positively to this goal or something better.

The other aspect of ten is the spiritual element, brought in by the 0. This is a time to innovate, create, lead, and to do so from Spirit or higher guidance. Think of the ten as the divine union of masculine and feminine energies.

Whoo – hoo! Ten is an exciting and fortuitous time! For me this means I am excited to expand in all elements of my service and gifts.

Thank you Karen M. Winkelman Website FB Page

Happy 9 year Anniversary

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Accepting Myself through My Dad’s Eyes

One of my fondest memories as a child was the excitement of Dad coming home and playing basketball games such as Horse and Pig. As a family, another memory is about our camping trips. For me, the campfire songs and Smores were the highlights from these trips.

Dad works in the field of Counseling and, as you know, I am a Coach. Our relationship has grown into an adult relationship where we can talk about anything. When we have a difference of opinion we’re both okay with it. We have different beliefs and live quite different lives however; he supports me and loves me for who I am. Every week I meet my Dad for lunch and just chat for a while. I look forward to seeing him every Monday.

When Dad recently had a heart attack, I took a close look at our relationship and what I learned from him. One of the biggest things Dad taught me was accepting and balancing my Yin Yang energy. I say accepting because when I consider myself, I feel I have more masculine energy, which in our social structure always made me feel less than. Thanks, Dad, for your unconditional love and really seeing me! I love you, Dad!

We are all Fathers to all children around the world!
Happy Father’s Day to all!

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