Gabriella Hewitt


New Year and New Beginnings

The best part about starting a New Year, whether yours starts on January 1st or Feburary 2nd, either wayit is a way to dust off the old and put on the new.

This year I am pledging to myself to get back in the saddle and ride the publishing horse (my official horse of the Chinese New Year).

Ultimately, I needed to figure out what is my heart’s desire. Where do  I want to ride this mythical horse?

Best way to seek the answer is to look at my soul urge. The soul urge is defined as “the heart’s desire, which are your inner cravings, likes and dislikes, and are usually kept private.  This number denotes what you value most and suggests the nature that drives you in your daily life.”

To find  out more about myself, I went and got my soul urge from

Turns out I am a 3. Overall, pretty accurate.


Your Heart’s Desire number is 3

You love a good time. You are generally happy, friendly, and outgoing. You have a gift for gab. You are very witty, creative, and playful. You inspire and entertain people. You are considered by many a great companion. Many outstanding comedians have this Heart’s Desire. You have a good mental and emotional balance and there is little that gets you down. You have a gift for self expression and are drawn to the verbal arts – writing, acting, singing, and poetry. You may have a great talent in one of these areas. If your creativity is blocked or suppressed, you tend to daydream and fantasize. Your imagination needs a constructive outlet; otherwise, it may run away with you.

At the same time, you may have great difficulty expressing your deeper feelings and important personal thoughts. You prefer to stay on the surface, entertaining people with your wit. If you fail to deal honestly with your inner nature, you may succumb to compulsive talking. Such behavior may be merely a way of siphoning off emotional energy that is building beneath your surface. Your deeply felt emotional life cannot be avoided or suppressed. But you possess the talent to channel these feelings into highly creative and artistic form. Art and self-expression are your outlets.

You need discipline to make full use of your abilities. Too often, you may scatter your energies in many directions, beginning projects that are never finished and never really succeeding in anything. You success depends on your ability to commit to your work and to see it through to completion. You have so much creativity and inspiring upward energy that you are in desperate need of an anchor. Hard work and discipline serve this purpose and bring out the best in you. Because you are gifted with such a sparkling personality, you are tempted to stay on the surface and play with life. You are confident and love the attention others give you, but these characteristics can lead to vanity and self-absorption.

You have the potential to live a very full and successful life thanks to your talent for artistic self expression. The key to your success is a balance between the creative forces and self-disclose.

So, let’s see if the Year of the Horse and my heart’s desire will lead me in the direction I wish to go.

Hugs and Kisses,

Gabriella Hewitt