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I'd left my tiring office job around 6 months ago and spent the past few months in rejuvenating myself by travelling some wonderful places.
I recently picked an idea about running a handicraft shop as I'm driven towards creative things. But I'm not confident enough to do it due to over expectations. Can you please help me in this matter?
Asked By: Kate Pearson on Tue, Dec 1st 2015, 04:27 1 answers Category: Career
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Hello KATE Career is what makes you confident and gives you the courage to stand in public. Your career too makes your family feel secure; the expectation is a result of a feeling of safety and financial security. As an astrologer, I can say gemstones hold the potential to boost your chances of having a soaring career as well as satisfy your mind by showing you the right path to choose. I calculated your name numerology to know about your career life. I have the knowledge of healing crystals. Thus, I am suggesting you wear Turquoise as your name numerology is 1. It shows that you possess the traits of people born under the influence of number 1. The planet Sun rules this number that makes you goal oriented, socially active, a great leader as well as a protector and provider. Turquoise is a stone of truth that assist you to be honest with self as well as to others when face ups and downs in the span of the professional life. Turquoise too aids you to think analytically and communicate your decisions or feelings confidently. The greenish hues of the stone open up the heart chakra that allows you to receive the positivity from the surrounding. It also releases out the negativity to stabilize self and understand the circumstances clearly, thus regarded as a great grounding gemstone.
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