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Love Returned: The Human Need


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FitnessSome Tarot learning on the subject of romance. As a Tarot practitioner, one of the commonest plights I encounter is of someone who loves another more than the other person seems to love them. Much heartburn is produced over this simple case of inequality. �How do I make her/him love me more?� �How can I awaken her/his interest?� �Can�t he or she see how much I care about him or her?� These are some of the anguished questions people routinely ask.As part of my Tarot reading, it is my job to encourage such troubled seekers of love. But the truth is, the lessons relating to love are difficult and lifelong � every time you feel you have mastered one, another challenge comes up to shake you out of complacency. One of the first and foremost of these findings is:

The world beyond words - How psychic alliances matter


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Psychic Alliances and Training tipsThe above incident is not unheard of. A lot many times arguments between
individuals occur out of the blue. Just when things are going perfect either
of the one from the couple goes through a sudden mood change. The power to
recognize and alter the situation positively then seems to be difficult.

Bowled Over !


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Siddarth, called Sid shares the story of his first crush withMatrimony Xpress “I must have been in Class IX then. There was this girl in Class VIII who lived in my neighbourhood. We used to board the same bus to school and back. She used to wear a pair of thick-rimmed glasses, braces and had well-oiled hair. She would shyly greet me with a hi, everyday and I used to return it with a condescending senior schoolmate, “hello”.

She was very quite, would ask shy questions when we walked to school together, which was a 15 minute walk from the bus stand. I would always reply, exaggerating with boyish boastfulness about my classroom antics or how I outwitted the geography teacher by asking doubts she could not answer or how the Maths teacher was impressed with the quickest method I had figured (which actually was my big brother’s idea) to solve a lengthy math sum.