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What's on Camber's Mind is Fabulous!

Updated: Aug 11, 2019

Numerology 1-9, 11, 22 and 33

As promised here is a look at characteristics of those whose birth-date numbers equal out to a Six (6) in Numerology. To recap the process of knowing your birth (sometimes referred to as your Life Path number), here's a birth date which boils down to a 6: Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October 11, 1884: 10+11+1884 = 1905 = 15 = 6. The objective is to reduce the birthday equation down to the single digit between 1-9, except in the cases where when you boil it down and it comes to 11, 22, and 33 - this means this person is probably more complicated and may have a special mission.

Sixes: It’s all about the relationship! Here we find our Human Relations/ Casting people, teachers, therapist, mother, father, waiter, bartenders, sports coaches’ therapist. 6’s love building a home life and generally will take home and family over material gain or fancy job status. They are the peacemakers. Conflict will make them uncomfortable unless they learn skills in conflict resolution. If their home life is off kilter, their whole life is uncomfortable. Stable home life allows a six to thrive. Caretakers, domestic, generous conventional, security-seeker, compromising, consistent. 6’s please make sure you pick a healthy partner, or you’ll always be rescuing people (not fabulous) 6 must be useful or they can become depressed. Being needed can be exhausting so 6 needs to make me-time to stay in-touch with their own needs. Additionally, becoming an exceptional caregiver can also make you a passive control freak. Six is a fabulous partner who is loyal and a keeper.

If you've missed any numbers, you can find and review them on the Camberology page.

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The Intriguing Eleanor Roosevelt

Famous Sixes: Albert Einstein (33), Eddie Murphy, Howard Hughes, Joanne Woodward, Rosie O’Donnell, Elizabeth Browning, Goldie Hawn, and the inspiring Eleanor Roosevelt.


2. People Who Care Too Much

There's one issue for most people who are inclined to become a professionals in the field of health or improving human-life, in which I include professional coaches, clinical peeps like MDs, nurses, therapist, psychiatrist, massage therapist, chiropractors, physical therapist, moms and others.

The common issue is most people don't establish boundaries in their personal life early on. People who care too much come in all different areas of life and even with the most exquisite education the one misunderstood human issue is caring so much one tends to date or worse marry losers. Losers meaning mates who are more of a project then ideal mates. In our late teens and early 20s this is most prevalent. However, after a couple of bad trips around the sun with bad relationships many people wake up and put in boundaries.

What to look out for in yourself and the other to avoid horrible relationships.

1) "When people show you who they are, believe them" ~ Maya Angelou

2) Generally speaking who they are when you meet them is who they are, and any idea of you helping them become something more is a waste of time.

3) All healthy and happy relationships are reciprocal.

4) Women are much more susceptible to this bummer.

5) Be aware and be discerning when going to the second date.

6) If this sounds like you make an appointment with a fabulous life coach


Zen Buddha Statue
Just breathe.

3. ZEN

There are many different types of Buddhism which vary perhaps as many as Christian flavors of the century. However, my favorite is Zen Buddhism. I've dipped my toe in different fates throughout most of my adult life. My spiritual and philosophical appetite is insatiable.

However, I am at home now in my grounded believes and spend much of my time in a heuristic posture with my clients and loved ones.

I encourage you to seek meditation and other awesome aspects related to Zen Buddhism. It is not a religion it is a way of life.


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A New Workshop from Camber Hill Coaching

4. A Brand New Approach to Life: The Zen of Imperfection.

On Saturday July 27 from 2:00-5:00 pm I will be hosting a seminar called The Zen of Imperfection. This 3 hour seminar will be entertaining, educational and will provide enlightenment to the those who chose to attend. You can pre-register at until midnight on Thursday, July 25th, for $45. Tickets at the door will be $50.


5. What Sets Me Apart from other Coaches?

Camberology is based on 3.5 decades of studying numbers derived from a birthday.

It's a fascinating tool which helps to quickly access a person's deeply entrenched personality system. Camberology opens people heart and minds. This tried and true system creates a deeply meaningful conversation, straight away. As your private coach, we dive into your emotional intelligence and intellectual capacities to move you toward your desired passionate outcome. Visit today and book your private session face to face or on Zoom from wherever you are in the world.

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Friday morning, moment of ZEN. There’s no such thing as perfect. Sure, practice may get you close to “perfect”. I think that “perfect practice, makes perfect.” Perfect is boring, overrated. Great newsletter, Camber. Enjoy The Weekend!

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