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jason from oz
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From: melbourne victoria Australia
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posted January 04, 2004 02:38 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for jason from oz     Edit/Delete Message
I was wondering if anyone has ever pondered on the ideal weight for yourself corresponding to a number(s) that are numerogically suited to you. ie recently I have put on some weight which I'm happy about and I would like to increase a little more and I thought to myself flippantly if I reached 66.3 = 15 and having double six, is this a good thing considering im born on the 15th or maybe 11 included cos thats my total birth number.?
Have others ever thought along these lines?!
J

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astro junkie
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posted January 05, 2004 01:09 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for astro junkie     Edit/Delete Message
Perhaps in a subconscious way, we may be drawn to a certain weight number. Or perhaps sabotage ourselves by weighing something which contrasts our "natural" numbers.

Interesting...

.gloria

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purplezen
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posted February 02, 2004 08:07 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for purplezen     Edit/Delete Message
I never thought of it that way before, that it very interesting jason. but I wouldn't mind being 10-15 pounds heavier, but I can't seem to put on any weight. Maybe it's a virgo thing. I've only known one obese virgo so far in my life.

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Tuesday
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posted February 10, 2004 05:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Tuesday     Edit/Delete Message
Purplezem, if you ever manage to put on those 10-15 lbs. let me know how you did it because that's exactly how much I'd like to gain.

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sesame
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From: Brisbane, QLD, Oz
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posted February 11, 2004 05:41 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for sesame     Edit/Delete Message
I reckon there are connections, but to maintian an exact weight I think is futile. I kind of want to get really large so I can try the colour diet, but that too seems a lot of work...

Dean.

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pixelpixie
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From: ontario, canada
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posted February 17, 2004 11:35 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for pixelpixie     Edit/Delete Message
Hey, ya'll... I have put on ten pounds this winter ( which I am working on taking off in time for spring )
You can have mine!!!
My friend, and pharmacist is very into the high protein almost no carbs, for fat loss, combined with weight training, and when certain goals are reached, you eat carbs and all, to increase mass. He 'bulked up considerably, and I must say, last I touched his arm in jest, I was a little um... affected *ooh, nice work, bro* Fans herself*
So, he did the whey/protein powder supplements, lots of meat I guess kinda atkins thing.
I hope that helps... I might add, I did the chocolate/got alot on my mind/eat for comfort thing, with much success n the gain department But mine isn't as firm as his is. (like I said, I am working on it....)

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