I've not been a great ward when it comes to academics, but this would be the last year of my high school. I need to prepare for my sophomore admissions, but I'm not able to overcome the peer pressure. I desperately need a nice college if not Ivy League, can you suggest anything to overcome this situation.
Asked By: Davis ivar on Mon, Oct 19th 2015, 04:37 1 answers Category: Fear
Hello, DAVIS As an astrologer, I can say gemstones holds the potential to help its holder overcome all sorts of fear along with the fear of dealing with the academic pressure. Gemstones are meant to instil the courage as well as strength in the intellectual and emotional soul to face the ups and downs of the life. They too help to deal with the distressing circumstances by soothing the intellect and heart. Further, they root out the stress and pressure from the life and mind. I calculated your name numerology to understand you better, as I hold the knowledge of healing crystals, thus I am suggesting you wear Red Labradorite as your name numerology is 1. It shows that you possess the traits of people born under the influence of number 1. This number is ruled by the planet Sun that makes you energetic and a radiant soul who is confident, proud and at times is self-centered. The potency of the planet sun too makes you goal oriented and a person who is socially active. Red Labradorite is acknowledged to grant the feeling or sensation to handle the upsetting situations of the life by stabilizing your emotional body. It too proffers a sense of satisfaction and as an uplifting gem, Red Labradorite serves to obliterate fears and insecurities from life and intellectual body by enhancing faith and reliance in self.
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