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Summer numerology cycles: July 1 - 15

Flip-flops and shorts,

Flip-flops and shorts,

At the beach in Vancouver,

An old gentleman snorts -

"They might as well be naked!"

 

I actually heard a man with white hair and a cane exclaim loudly, "They might as well be naked!" this week. I wondered if he was reacting to some worries he may have about female grandchildren, and their attire.

His wife adjusted her hearing aid. 

It does seem as if shorts are getting shorter as the weather gets warmer. On a sunny Saturday afternoon I was sitting outside a coffee shop on Cornwall Street, near Kits beach, when I overheard the above comment.

I had not been thinking about the army of bare legs and flip-flops marching towards the beach. But, beach clothes, or summer clothes in general, seem to be getting smaller. Perhaps it is only that perceptions change as we get older.

 


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Calculate Your Key Number

To find out what the first half of July has in store for you, calculate your key number by adding the day and month of your birth. Continue adding until you arrive at a single digit. For example, if your birthday is October 14, your personal number is determined as follows: 10 + 14 = 24. Then 2 + 4 = 6, and you have the key number (6) that you will keep for life.

 

Key number 1 

Expect unplanned changes in your routine as unpredictable twists and turns in your fate, and your schedule, pop up. It's true that this cycle energy is all about restlessness, unexpected events and other surprises. Try to be as philosophical and flexible as you can. Take advantage of unusual opportunities which are sure to arise, to help train your adaptability muscles. Travel is therapeutic, as is shopping. Think before you speak. There is a distinct tendency for unintended words to jump out of your mouth and into the space between you and a loved one. This could cause a great deal of difficulty in the future. This is especially true if these words are sarcastic, or even too revealing.

 

Key number 2. 

So it's summer and your cycle energy leans towards the domestic, the family nurturer, and relationship issues. Though you may want to climb the nearest mountain, staying close to home is recommended. Dealing with issues in relationships is unavoidable. Whether you decide to tell the truth about something you've been keeping private, or you find yourself working as a negotiator between family members, or friends, this month will be all about how you relate to others, whether you want to or not. Picnics or backyard parties are also on the agenda.

 

Key number 3.

 

Go walking in the woods this month, or barefoot on the beach. Scientists are beginning to believe that Earthing is very healthy. Connecting with nature and your inner spirit will bring more positive benefits than you can imagine. Stay out of the limelight. You may have to explain that you are feeling a bit introspective to someone who thinks you have withdrawn. Tell them you are on a journey deep inside yourself, and that you will return to the outer world next month. Socialize in small groups only. Listen to your intuition, ignoring it at peril. Ask yourself what you really want, and if you are firmly on the path to achieving your goals. Write in a journal.

 

Key number 4. 

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