BIRTHDAY PREDICTIONS: 24th September to 30th September 2017
24 SEPTEMBER – An year when you should be very careful with important documents. Keep them under lock and key. Your mind wanders, so either you may forget important information or misplace important documents. So be careful. It is most definitely an year when you should sit down and figure which way you are headed in life and take concrete steps to make it happen.
25 SEPTEMBER – It is a very good year for career, marriage / divorce, being promoted, asking for a raise, buying a property and returning a loan. However, any karmic debts that you might owe to someone will be fulfilled this year.
26 SEPTEMBER – An year when a lot of wishes get fulfilled. Work related and personal issues come to a natural culmination. Relationships that are not working will either fall out of life or dead wood will be removed leaving space for better new beginnings.
27 SEPTEMBER – This is an year of many new beginnings in your life. Both professionally and socially you will find yourself interacting with newer younger people. After the initial few months of turmoil, life will begin to settle down and you will find yourself enjoying the changes.
28 SEPTEMBER – A great year for partnership related work , also a year where you will find a lot of cooperation in regular office / work situations. Success depends on all the contacts you make. Also a very good year romantically speaking.
29 SEPTEMBER – An year when you will find yourself talking and expressing your ideas and thoughts far more than in other years. Those in journalism, teaching, lawyers and advertising agencies should do very well. The only thing to guard against is reacting over emotionally in a critical manner.
30 SEPTEMBER – An year when you will find yourself working very hard but not getting as many rewards. Try and keep a cheerful attitude and a positive outlook on life no matter how hard it gets as this is the year where you lay the foundation for success in the following years.
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