You partly live in the world of spirits. It influences your behavior greatly. You feel you know more than just terrestrial life.
Your super intuition makes you a brilliant detective, art worker, healer or lawyer. The surrounding may influence you greatly as you are a deeply sensitive individual.
You like beauty in everything. There is harmony inside you, and its disturbance reflects badly on your mood and actions. Your sensitivity does not prevent you to be a leader. You are unpretentious, tactful and good-mannered.
Often complicated and misunderstood, you are easily influenced by your surroundings and desire attention from others. This master number symbolizes the potential for higher intuition and spiritual insight. Other characteristics include increased sensitivity and high levels of empathy toward others. Several strengths were derived from the master number, including intuition and empathy. Your high level of intuitiveness, which is your biggest gift, leads you to be creative and steers you to think in terms of pictures. Pulling ideas out of the sky is not a problem for you with your strong mind and acute insight.
Because of your intuition, you are a great counselor and healer toward others. You have a strong love of family and home life. Mutli-tasking is never an issue for the person who can do many things at once with no problem. You truly have a gift to inspire and are a visionary with strong wisdom. You crave social interaction and attention. Your compassion makes people drawn to you and your leadership even though you may not see it. Believe it — you can persuade others and can actually be rather powerful. As I come to the closing chapter of my third decade, I find myself in a reflective mood.
This is less a peer over my shoulder, more an elated jump, after running up a hill, gleefully sticking two fingers up at the incline behind me. In the last six months of my 20s, my overwhelming feeling towards them is: jog on, pal. It is not that the last decade was not fun, in parts, but the thing about your 20s is that they are actually quite hard. I always assumed turning 30 would be terrifying. It was the ultimate essay deadline, the definitive judgment on my success in life.
Most twentysomethings I know have resigned ourselves to the fact that everything we think we know could be gone tomorrow. We came of age at the tail end of a howling recession and a tech boom tornado. I recently caught myself making a fancy salad dressing in the flat I now share with my boyfriend, while waiting for Grand Designs to come on. Where did my three-minute ravioli and Jersey Shore days go? Still, I am pretty sure being an adult involves more than owning red-wine vinegar.
The next decade may well bring an even steeper hill to climb.
Despite their sense of tact, when it comes to the important things, they speak boldly From birth, those born under Number 29 have a serious outlook on life. The number 29 gives people born on this day inconstancy and inconsistency. In them wonderfully intertwined softness, and livable character with inexplicable rebelliousness, supported by stubbornness. Birthday Number 29 – Job and Career.
I can think of only one birthday that has sent me into existential crisis: my 19th. I felt, absurdly, that I was embarking on the decline, that things would never again be as exciting as in my teens. It kickstarted a terror of ageing that sent me into panicky denial for the next five years.
There are creeping neuroses, of course. For the first time, I think about my health, and fret at night about becoming ill, staying in hospital my only phobia and not being able to work to support my children. The fact that I write about beauty means people assume that I must be terrified of entering my 40s. I would be lying, though, if I said I felt as confident about how the wider world will see me. I wonder whether my employers, readers and colleagues will regard me as less of an authority, because of the huge and baffling significance placed on the number And it marks the beginning of an era in which women in all walks of life are broadly ignored by the media, and by society generally.
I hope my generation can change that in some way.
And for emerging with wonderful friends, happy children, new opportunities, somewhere to call home, and only some wear and tear. Well done us, I think. How did this happen? The F-word — not fifty, the other one — really is the only word for it. This research rings horribly true. Self-reflection has never been far away for me, but it has definitely hit new highs or lows leading up to the biggies, each more serious than the previous one: , I wondered what the hell I was going to do with my life, had a crisis, changed profession; , single after another failed relationship, I had a crisis, wondered what the hell I was doing with my life.
I also lie to myself. In the car, I listen to Radio 1 even if it annoys me. Which only leaves the affair and suicide. The former might be tricky to arrange, after half a century of physical wear and tear. Nor — though naturally I contemplate death more — am I on the road to Beachy Head. So what else is there? I know, no less inappropriate at this age than kitesurfing. And children have brought their own anxieties and regrets. Am I too old it often feels like it?
Will I be around for them later?
This is a highly spiritual number to have chosen. But entering into your Productive Cycle, your high ideals and courageous determination will shine through! I was stunned by the accuracy of her reading and found it to be a powerful tool I could use in my mission to take a look at the "big picture" of my life. You will be too good to see the positive spiritual qualities of your partner to pay attention to the spontaneous manifestations of negative emotions, to give them serious meaning. Or, if you are up to it, dive in and learn numerology ; become a professional numerologist and perhaps start a numerology business. Generally, the number two if the 29 can take a lot of bending before she breaks. Therefore, never stop searching and be ready for change no matter how long you have been doing the same thing.
Will I ever know their children? Look at these other dads at the nursery, children themselves, they probably actually like Radio 1. My new children have certainly brought new challenges.