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Numerology with Michelle Payton for January 2020

Making New Years’ Resolutions Compatible with your Life Path Number

APA Survey on Resolutions
According to a survey from the American Psychological Association, “93% of Americans made a resolution to change some aspect of their behavior” (https://www.apaservices.org/practice/update/2012/02-23/willpower), but many fall short of those resolutions. To follow-thru effectively, people must not use generally accepted terms to set their individual resolutions; people must use words compatible with their personality types.

Using the Most Accurate Words to Sustain Resolutions
If someone has a core problem/solution pattern that is inward and yin, and the goal is to exercise by going to a public gym three times per week, this isn’t compatible with this person’s personality; it is too outward to go out in public. In addition, if someone is a Life Path 6, “Responsible/Server” and the resolution doesn’t fill some part of the Life Path, the goal is not sustainable. This doesn’t mean that the 6 can’t enjoy self-care, but it does mean that self-care must have a connection to the core theme. For instance, the 6 could say, “schedule one hour of self-care four days per week to keep energy high to serve my community.”  

To be clear, outward personalities are capable of completing inward work; inward personalities are capable of completing outward work. However, it’s important to put this work in words that are personally compatible to be sustainable in the long-term. Below is a chart to get you started on creating the most effective New Years’ Resolutions using your Life Path Number.   

Numerology Life Paths-At-A-Glance to Understand Your Problem/Solution Pattern

To calculate your own Life Path
Click on “Education” at MichellePayton.com and click “Calculate Astrology, Numerology and Birth Order (incl. training video).”  More details can be found in any of my three Birth Mix Patterns books available at Crystal Visions on this subject. You can also find offerings for printed reports.

About Michelle
Michelle A. Payton is an academic and wholistic developmental and growth mindset professional, is the author of 9 mind-over-matter books, facilitates individual sessions and workshops at Crystal Visions, and teaches English at a local college. Find more information about Michelle and her offerings at www.MichellePayton.com

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