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VictoriousLiving
Friday, January 8, 2010, 1:59am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Is there such a thing as  someone who is blood type O but has a receptive 'world view'?


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got a specific case there of?


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I'm thinking about those easy going people who do not meet the typical criteria for type 0 characteristics. They seem more like teachers.


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I know some pretty strung up teachers!!

saw your invite on FB......have we met?


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VictoriousLiving
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no.I just noticed your postings when there used to be a GenoType community and I am interested in getting certified, so I want to learn from the people who are.


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that community is still there!
great!
http://www.dadamo.com/ifhi/2010spring.htm

get in touch with Larry from TN.....
he s hosting the next certification end of April!
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?v-memberpanel/a-view/u-1246/

he ll send you all the details


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gatherers are easygoing.....
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Aha...That confirms it!! It means I can't naturally be a Gatherer...
I have always suspected I was leaning more toward the Explorer camp... I am however much more easygoing now that I am post menopausal, plus taking Liver detoxing supplements (containing Schisandra)has helped
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Quoted from VictoriousLiving
Is there such a thing as  someone who is blood type O but has a receptive 'world view'?


SWAMI says I'm a Receptor type
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Yes, SWAMI marked me down as a Receptor.
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