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kdedeaux4

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Making a BIG geographical move soon to be closer to my children's father. Very excited..so are the children who miss their father terribly!! He is a very good man, wonderful father and has over time become one of my best friends ever. Thankfully, we are both much different people now than when we initially divorced:)
Today, I was discussing this move with a friend (it IS a huge thing for me:eek:), my friend brought up a topic I had truly never really thought about in years and years... She asked me about the two of us getting back together. Due to the current strong relationship and the circumstances of moving to be closer to him, I have been asked this question by many, but always brushed it off without any real thought ...."Umm...no..it's not about that...we are *only* best friends now..this is about the children."..is pretty much what I say AND think automatically to this question.
And yet today, it somehow seemed different and I began to ponder this..... Asked the IC about getting back together with my ex husband and received 35.3 -->56.

Lise says of 35.3: "All consent. Regrets disappear.
The positivism in one's own heart is the condition for prosperity. Things, animals, people, heaven, they all love the one who has good fortune living in his heart, and they all will cooperate. One's own good luck creates good luck."
Wow..that sounds like the IC is saying this might actually be something to be considered! What an absolute surprise! I would be very grateful for additional thoughts on this reading!
Namaste:bows:
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what day/hour did you toss the coins ?
is he seeing someone else ?
 
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This sounds promising. In case you don't have Wilhelm's comments:

A man strives onward, in association with others whose backing encourages him. This dispels any cause for regret over the fact that he doesn't have enough independence to triumph unaided over every hostile turn of fate.
I would take this especially as a reminder to continue your original intentions concerning your mutual interest in your childrens' welfare.

Regarding your personal relationship, I'm kind of seeing 56 as a wait and see how things develop first. Also, personal freedoms play a part in the optimism of 35.3. That may imply that you two do better as individuals than as a couple.
 

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Gato, I wish I knew the time I cast, but I only know an approximation. It was today (April 22) and I believe between 2-3 PM Eastern time (USA). I don't know if he's seeing anyone or not at this time. I don't really ask him about those things...it's not something I usually concern myself with, but I do happen to know he ended a long term relationship just a few months ago....Does this additional info, albeit vague, help at all?


Meng, I agree it does sound promising in some ways and I also know we both have fears that if we did ever try again, if it didn't work (after all, it didn't before, right?) that it might ruin the wonderful relationship we have developed in the time we've not been "together", which as parents, I feel we both value above any kind of romantic relationship, as it has been absolutely best for our chiuldren under (and in spite of) the unfortunate circumstances of divorce. I do know that we are both very different people today than we were when we divorced and we have grown and developed a beautiful friendship throughout these big changes and development periods....so the argument is certainly a viable one that we have done better individually while *not* married. Hmmm....?
Thank you both so very much!!!!!
Namste'
 

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Gato, I wish I knew the time I cast, but I only know an approximation. It was today (April 22) and I believe between 2-3 PM Eastern time (USA). I don't know if he's seeing anyone or not at this time. I don't really ask him about those things...it's not something I usually concern myself with, but I do happen to know he ended a long term relationship just a few months ago....Does this additional info, albeit vague, help at all?


Meng, I agree it does sound promising in some ways and I also know we both have fears that if we did ever try again, if it didn't work (after all, it didn't before, right?) that it might ruin the wonderful relationship we have developed in the time we've not been "together", which as parents, I feel we both value above any kind of romantic relationship, as it has been absolutely best for our chiuldren under (and in spite of) the unfortunate circumstances of divorce. I do know that we are both very different people today than we were when we divorced and we have grown and developed a beautiful friendship throughout these big changes and development periods....so the argument is certainly a viable one that we have done better individually while *not* married. Hmmm....?
Thank you both so very much!!!!!
Namste'
There will be some minor disagreements or discussions between you two that will hurt you but nothing major. And yes, right now he sees you as a friend an he cares for you but you gonna like him more and more. Also you seem to cross very hard times.
 

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Thank you!

Thank you Gato! I really appreciate your insight.....really, I guess it doesn't seem like so much overall a good idea, I guess? I know he does care very much for me and I for him:) But I certainly don't care to let my feelings grow more and more for him if he sees me only as a friend.... And hard times? Gosh, I've had good and plenty of those already and really hope to avoid any that I possibly can!!
Thank you so much for your time and insight on this:bows:
 

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Asked the IC about getting back together with my ex husband and received 35.3 -->56.
I do not see anything romantic here as it suggests that you still need your own independence and will continue to do so but it does suggest the need for help with life's problems, like help with the children, fixing a tap, sorting out the expenditure, as you still seem to have problems coping with some of the "everyday" things.

So, yes he will be a friend, a partner(non romantic) and handyman for you.
 

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