Glynis McCants Scam?
Dr Oz and Glynis McCants continued explaining the needs of each person based on his or her Life Path Number. Find your Life Path Number and see what it means if you are a 2, 3 or 4. Then read on to see what you can learn about the numbers 5, 7, 8 and 9. Do you believe there is merit to Numerology, or are you suspicious that it might be bogus?
Is numerology real or fake? As usual, I can’t decide what to think, but some of the audience members in the studio seemed to really latch on to what Glynis had to say about their lives.
Dr Oz: Life Path Number 5 & 7
Glynis said that 5s and 7s are the same, so I hope they don’t mind being lumped together. She said these people need freedom and space, refusing to be controlled. She said they are like cats.
How does this affect your health? Water can be calming and relaxing for them, as well as seeking answers to spiritual questions. Breathing is also key for these people.
She calls 7s “human vampires” because they have trouble sleeping. Glynis recommended deep breathing exercises.
Dr Oz: Life Path Number 8
Dr Oz picked an 8 from the audience, who described herself as an “over-thinker.” Glynis said these people are all about financial security and don’t want to be victimized.
“Sometimes you feel like life’s happening to you,” she said. But she added that you can reverse these feelings, which also result in lower back pain.
Funny, silly movies or upbeat music you can dance to were Glynis’s prescription when 8s are feeling down. This number is also known for being direct and blunt.
Dr Oz: Life Path Number 9
Janine was the audience member representing the 9s. She said she has neck pain and is a “responsible person.”
Glynis said that 9s are old souls who can’t ask for help and take on too much responsibility. Massage therapy is a great remedy for 9s, she added.
I think I see a little of myself in many of these different numbers. I’m not sure how much stock I can put in any of this. What about you? Does your life number description match your personality? Share your thoughts about numerology in the comments.
Dr Oz Children’s Funny Letters
Dr Oz had viewers send in funny letters sent to doctors and dentists. He showed a letter his daughter Daphne Oz wrote at age 6. She was trying to get the Tooth Fairy’s address and phone number.
Dr Oz’s other daughter Zoe politely asked the Tooth Fairy for $2. A viewer’s son forged a note saying he was quitting school. Two other kids wrote funny letters thanking dentists and nurses for taking care of them. Has your kid ever turned in a funny note?