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Who and What are Ascended Masters

I have been noticing the number 33 pop up frequently so that led me to a quick google search on the numerology or meaning behind the number and this is what I was led to. Number 33 is made up of the vibrations of the number 3, with the number 3 appearing twice, amplifying and magnifying its influences.  Number 3 relates to the attributes of expansion and the principles of increase, spontaneity, broad-minded thinking, encouragement, assistance, talent and skills, self-expression and communication, manifesting and manifestation.  Number 3 also resonates with the energies of the Ascended Masters, and indicates that the Ascended Masters are around you, assisting when asked.

An Ascended Master is a great teacher, healer or prophet who has lived a human life and who is now in the realm of spirit.

An Ascended Master has transcended human limitations. Ascended Masters come from every race, tradition, all religions, cultures and civilizations.

Ascended Masters are enlightened spiritual Beings who serve as teachers of the human race. They protect, guide, heal, serve, inspire and teach mankind, and can help us to grow and learn in all areas of our lives.

Ascended Masters help anyone who asks, regardless of their spirituality, religion, lifestyle choices, background or origin.

The Ascended Masters are able to help an infinite number of people simultaneously as they are able to bi-locate their energies.

The Ascended Masters inspire those who search for spiritual awareness, upliftment and guidance.

Jesus, Moses, Mary, Buddha, Kuan Yin, Kathumi, El Morya, Master Hillarion, Serapis Bey and Saint Germain, Artemis and Maitreya, Ashtar, Thoth, Melchizedek, Serapis Bey, Lord Lanto, Ragoczy, The Venetian Master, Djwal Khul, Lady Nada, Hilarion, Lord Maha Chohan, Master Sarat Kumara and Padre Pio are but a few of the Ascended Masters, who also include gods and goddesses, saints, devas and deities/energetic principals.

Source –  Psychicjoanne.hubpages

 

Handwriting Analysis 101

When growing up I was very interested in handwriting specifically perfecting my cursive. This interest led me into the field of handwriting analysis. At the time I was about 13 years old so when I called the school to take classes .. i was turned away and told to wait until i grow up basically. Looking back I think I should have continued with it but I did lose interest after that discouraging call.  If you have children that seem advance DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT  underestimate or down play the intellect of a young child.

If Your Writing Slants…

To the right: You are open to the world around you and like to socialize with other people.

To the left: You generally like to work alone or behind the scenes. If you are right-handed and your handwriting slants to the left, you may be expressing rebellion.

Not slant at all: You tend to be logical and practical. You are guarded with your emotions.

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If the Size of Your Letters Is…

Large: You have a big personality. Many celebrities have large handwriting. It may suggest that you are outgoing and like the limelight.

Small: You are focused and can concentrate easily. You tend to be introspective and shy.

Average: You are well-adjusted and adaptable.

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If Your Loops Are…

Closed for L (meaning the upstroke overlaps the downstroke): Feeling tense? This implies you are restricting yourself in some way.

Full for L: You are spontaneous and relaxed and find it easy to express yourself.

Closed for E: You tend to be skeptical and are unswayed by emotional arguments.

Full for E: You have an open mind and enjoy trying new things.

13 ways to read body language

Scientists once said that body language accounts for 80% of the message we try to tell others and that what we actually say is only 20%. Body language definitely plays an important role in communication.

Here I have a list of 13  body language and what they generally mean in Western culture. 

Squinting – When people see what they don’t like, feel threatened, or are unhappy, they squint their eyes.

Arched Eyebrows – When we raise our eyebrows, it means we are contemplating what we’re listening to and that we’re mildly intrigued.

Direct Eye Contact – means we’re interested, we’re listening, and that we’re focused on you. It also conveys that we got nothing to hide.

Blinking too much – means we’re nervous or anxious

Hands the Church Steeple – fingertips touching, palms facing apart conveys we’re thinking and that we’re about to make a decision or move.

Arms Akimbo – planting your hands with your thumps backward on your hips and elbows out in a “V” shape displays dominance or authority.

Feet facing directly the other person – It shows that we’re focused on the other person.

Crossed feet (Standing or sitting) – When we cross our feet standing or sitting down, it shows that we’re comfortable or relaxed, but sometimes also defensive.

Leaning Forward – means you’re interested in the other person and want to hear more of what they say.

Tilting the head and smiling – means flirting or being playful

Mirroring – Mirroring someone’s body language means they’re interested in you and trying to build rapport.

Arms Crossed – reserved, uncomfortable or defensive. Or to display dominance or authority.

Hands on the hips – means they’re impatient or aggressive or tired