We are sitting in the Buderim health food store on Burnett st, where you can find him every Thursday if you are looking for one of the most accurate numerology reading on the sunny coast.
Also known as the numbers man and a show host on the Noosa radio.
This man has a list of qualifications as long as my arm.
He has studied and worked in the area of personal relationships and human potential for many years, and has conducted workshops and seminars both nationally and internationally.
Believing that all of life is a journey, and along people’s personal path they can bounce from one experience to another, never really becoming aware of what it is that they are supposed to be learning about themselves and their unlimited potential has given him plenty of opportunities to learn and grow on his own path.
“No matter who people are, how much money or how many possessions they have, people are all heading for the same destination, however; the way they get to that destination is their own personal journey.”
Today we welcome Geoffery Peckitt “The Numbers Man”
We discuss his journey and how he was able to see spirit from a very young age and after his experience being electrocuted had no doubt that there is life beyond death.
After his experience being electrocuted Geoffery had no doubt that there is life beyond death.
He is a wealth of knowledge and I really enjoyed this interview.
- Numerology and how numbers don’t lie.
- The origin on the feeling of rejection
- Self sabotaging to re-enforce our beliefs
- Geoffery’ advice on the middle child
- How Geoffery over came fear of death
- Nine the number of completion and how kids born now don’t have 9’s in their charts
- Kids born now are very psychic and intuitive.
- Dreams and overcoming reoccurring dreams
- Domestic Violence and how to stop the cycle
- Every Thursday or at a time that suits you Geoffery is at the Healthy Life Buderim – Health Food Shop in Buderim
56 Burnett St
Buderim Queensland 4556
He has written a Book
Reflections in Time
A product of his journey and the experiences that quite often altered his direction along the way.
Tarka The Otter
In the wild there is no safety. The otter cub Tarka grows up with his mother and sisters, learning to swim, catch fish – and to fear the cry of the hunter and the flash of the metal trap. Soon he must fend for himself, travelling through rivers, woods, moors, ponds and out to sea, sometimes with the female otters White-tip and Greymuzzle, always on the run. Eventually, chased by a pack of hounds, he meets his nemesis, the fearsome dog Deadlock, and must fight for his life
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