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Manifesting Magic & Giving… & Get A Tarot Reading With Dove Star by Fran K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 19 Jun 2012 3:07pm 1 Comment 

Have you ever seen a homeless person on the street and thought, “Wow, that guy is an amazing manifester?” No? I would imagine many would likely answer yes if the question involved someone driving a Ferrari and living in a palatial mansion. That’s because we don’t often consider that we create all of “this.” The good and the not-so-good. ... Read on »
Enjoying Predictions with Psychic and Tarot Readings Online by Stephen Jack Posted Thu 14 Feb 2013 6:49am In order to know about the coming days, months or years, people usually are going in for tarot readings online. Belief in various prediction systems has garnered a lot of attention from the common public these days. To come to the aid of people, there are also many ways to know about predictions. Psychic readings are also included in these beli ... Read on »
Tarot Reading by BarbaraRyan Posted Mon 24 Aug 2009 12:31pm At one point, I was a profession tarot reader and read for money. I don't read for myself every often. But I was inspired to do a tarot reading on myself last night. It's the first one I have done in a long time. I used the Mystic Faerie Tarot. The first card I pulled was Judgement. It's me right now, basically what I am facing. When facing Ju ... Read on »
tarot reading for friday the 13th... by Libby .. Posted Fri 13 Mar 2009 12:00am The emotional climate today is anything but cheerful, libby... The cards of Death and Temperance indicate a rupture or a loss that will cause you great pain. Read on »
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Book Review: What to Read When: The Books and Stories to Read with Your Child–and All the Best Times to Read Them ~ Pam Allyn by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Jun 2009 10:10pm It happens to all of us. We are getting the kids ready for bed, and if you are like me I love to read to the kids, and they love to have me read to them, and also to read out loud, or even to listen to the kids read to me and the other kids. Sometimes I get to the point where, what am I going to read now? This book is so great, it has all the a ... Read on »
Stuff I’ve Read, Am Reading, Or Going to Read. by Tony G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 02 Sep 2009 5:31pm Just so you know, I DID post a blog yesterday. Granted it was a little late in the day, but it happened.  If there’s one thing about me you should know, is that I’m a man of my word.  If I say I’m going to do something, I do it.  Except, of course, if it involves taking a yoga class.  Lets be honest, I’d rather clean all the bathrooms in Grand Ce ... Read on »
Stuff I’m Reading, Have Read, or Going to Read. I’m Smart by Tony G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:00pm With the extended holiday weekend upon us, I’m copping out today and keeping this post short and sweet.  But lets be honest, no one is at work today anyways, so the likelihood that anyone other than my mother will read this before Tuesday is slim to none. Also, before I go, I just wanted to relay and HUGE congratulations to CP’s own Brian St. ... Read on »
Reading, Reading, and More Reading by Kimberly H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Feb 2010 12:00am Over the last several months, John and I have been focused on reading 5 books for our adoption agency’s required reading list. We are to read the books and then send in a short summary explaining what we got out of the reading for the agency to keep with their records. These books are considered to be part of our education process – and will b ... Read on »
Read! Read! Read! by Drew W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 9:04am It’s the secret to life. This just makes so much sense: It’s a simple proposition: read an article a day. When you are done, make a quick note on what you have read in your notebook. Over time the notebook grows. And yet I honestly believe few people do this. ( Savage Minds ) Read on »