May 21st, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Will our winners choose an aura reading of Channing Tatum? Or perhaps someone else might interest them even more.
Who won our Aura Reading Contest for Sex Appeal ?
This latest contest delivers an aura reading of the public figure nominated by each of our two winners.
First prize goes to DAVID.
This prolific writer, also on our Blogroll for In2Deep contributed 30 comments from April 18, 2013 until the contest closed on May 15.
Second prize goes to AMANDA, who contributed 26 comments during that time.
Both can’t nominate Channing Tatum. I would have to ask the second one to respond here to tear eyes away long enough to choose a different individual.
We await their choices of public figures, who and why
Both DAVID and AMANDA are invited to choose one public figure who is loveable, likeable, super admirable, even crush-able. Or they could always admire the magnificent brain, the creative imagination, etc.
One person’s “Super-Sexy” is another person’s “So boooooring.”
For the aura reading I will do in each winner’s honor, all that matters is that winner’s choice.
They are invited to comment below about who and also why they are interested in this particular individual. Then I can take that interest into consideration in the aura reading to follow in days to come.
One great delight in being able to read chakra databanks at will is that you can use Energy Literacy skills to deliver insights that are really informative.
May 17th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Matt and Mom, University of Virginia 2013
Graduation Day for my son Matt is today. He’s one of about 4,000 t0 receive a degree today from the University of Virginia.
I’m proud of this hardworking boy. Ahem, young man.I’m proud that he won an actual award for working hard and getting along with other engineers. Yes, amazingly, Engineering School at the University of Virginia does present this award to a few of the Fourth Years. It’s called the Louis T. Rader Award.
All over the blogosphere, relieved parents like me are praising their college grads. Praising the colleges. Yes! Yes! Deservedly!
Like Mitch, my husband, and me, we all have our reasons.
But how often do we proud parents stop to acknowledge the awesome contribution of American public schools?
Three cheers for American public schools
When my son was little, most of my Mom friends despised public schools. It was homeschooling for them or Waldorf Schools or unimaginable horror.
As I remember it, conversations often centered around the horrors that, supposedly, awaited innocent children. What if they were sent to the local elementary schools? Apparently it would be like Mary’s little lamb, like the nursery rhyme, only these innocent labs at the schoolhouse would receive a gradual slaughter, administered over the years.
During these passionate discussion over the inadequacy of public schools, I held my tongue. Already Mitch and I had started saving money for baby Matthew’s college degree. We weren’t going to devote our lives to financing pre-college education. Read More »
May 17th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Jill Erin, enjoying Householder Enlightenment
ANITA was right. JULIE really does have a knack for describing Householder Enlightenment.
Of course, ANITA does too. Likewise other long-time Blog-Buddies, who have been describing their experiences of Enlightenment. (See You asked about Enlightenment. ANITA answered in today’s guest post. and the full sweep of Comments there.)
I’m grateful to DAVID, as well, that newer member of our online community who is on our Enlightenment Life List. DAVID has made many comments that combine his current, eternal state of consciousness with long-time devotion to spiritual development. All of which combine to make his words a treasure trove of scholarship tempered by personal integrity and a questing spirit.
Like so many who write about Enlightenment, DAVID’s model for understanding comes from ancient, sacred traditions… which I call “Renunciate Enlightenment.”
I am still finding my way, describing this shift in consiousness in which all of us here are playing a part. This shift which is so very Aquarian Age/Age of Enlightenment/Blip of Sat Yuga in the midst of Kali Yuga. This extraordinary awakening in human history whereby millions of people are poised to become Enlightened, and to become Enlightened as householders.
Enlightenment for anyone, householder or renunciate
Thanks to skills of Energetic Literacy, anyone can read auras from photos or people in person. This makes it possible for us to identify characteristics at the level of chakra databanks, commonalities among anyone who is Enlightened (not just “Awakened”). Read More »
May 16th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Awakening toward Enlightenment, one aha! at a time
Blog-Buddy KIRA wrote a poem about her awakening of consciousness. After she referred to it at Comment 35 in a thread about Enlightenment, Interested in Enlightenment? How aura reading can help.– guess what? I invited her to share the poem and to also send us a photograph.
I offered to do a yes-or-no reading about whether or not I would put her on my Enlightenment Life List, using the criteria explained in the main article there.
KIRA did supply a link, but to a photo with all rights reserved, so I cannot copy it onto this blog. You can see KIRA’s adorable picture here.
Awakening is not Enlightenment
Enlightenment coaching for our blog community continues courtesy of Energy Literacy. When you are offered a beautiful, heartfelt poem about awakening, how are you to tell if the poet is Enlightened or has simply had an important experience on her personal path to Enlightenment?
Use Stage Three Energetic Literacy to research a photo of the poet.
- The good news? KIRA has awakened a lot of consciousness. This poem is a meaningful part of her sacred journety to Enlightenment.
- The bad news? KIRA isn’t ready for the Enlightenment Life List at the time of this photo.
- Important news? KIRA has been evolving. Every step of awakening on a path to Enlightenment is precious.
Aura reading really helps a person to discern the difference between words that are meaningful and whether a person has gained the standing in consciousness to be considered spiritually Enlightened. As we have already begun to discuss at this blog, there is a world of difference between an experience of spiritual awakening and crossing the threshhold into Enlightenment.
No poem, however lovely, provides proof of Enlightenment. For that, I recommend using Energy Literacy to research one chakra databank at a time and find out what goes on at the subconscious level.
What would I recommend for anyone seeking Enlightenment, if awakening experiences have excited you but not fulfilled that desire for a permanent shift across the consciousness threshhold into that higher state of consciousness? I’ll save my answer until after the poem, KIRA’s guest post.
Enjoy this poem from KIRA, who has had significant spiritual awakening. Her words may inspire you.
KIRA’s poem about spiritual awakening
I should probably mention that the first 3 lines refer to an earlier poem I wrote when I was 25 (I’m 44 now). The earlier one was about how much I wanted to die and the wings were a metaphor for feeling like somehow everyone expected greatness from me when I was growing up.
I was wrong.
Wings can be grafted on.
I am living proof. Read More »
May 15th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Blog-Buddy ANABELA asked: “How was life before the Enlightenment? Was there a lot of healing to be done prior? Rose has shared her story quite a lot on the blog over the years. I’m just curious about how others got there.”
Householder Enlightenment, Blooming
Here comes Anita’s very personal response. I added only the usual headings, links, minor edits for clarity. Go, ANITA!
How was life before Enlightenment?
In a practical sense, it does not look that different on the surface. I graduated from medical school, completed residency, and am now in fellowship training. I moved from one state to another when I completed my residency in order to start a clinical fellowship.
In a spiritual sense, life has shifted after Enlightenment.
JILL ERIN and DAVID have written incredibly beautifully and articulately about what that experience has been like for them. They have written about seeing the underlying beauty in every experience, no matter how mundane, of feeling gratitude, the experience of a timeless Self expressing itself through this current human incarnation.
I feel that I am an initiate into Enlightenment, with a great deal to learn still. I very much have emotional experiences and don’t feel “at peace” during every waking moment. I do feel an underlying sense of peace pervading my life, regardless of what is happening on the surface.
I feel that my relationships with people have changed in a subtle way. I’m not detached in any way, but the things that used to trigger me to get upset don’t trigger me as much or as often. This is particularly true of my relationship with my mother. We still have disagreements, but the way that we relate to each other and argue has changed. Read More »
May 14th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
- Never underestimate your power to blossom into full health
Cutting a cord of attachment with Energy Spirituality brings emotional and spiritual healing. But could physical benefits come indirectly after cutting cords of attachment? Usually, not worth mentioning. For releasing physical symptoms, usually, you’re much better off seeking a different healing modality. You heard it here, Blog-Buddies!
- If you are having a medical emergency, go to a certified physical health professional, like a physician.
- If you are a self-actualizing person concerned about imbalances in your aura, go to a reputable, well-trained, practitioner of Energy Medicine.
By contrast, Energy Spirituality sessions aim to help with emotional and spiritual healing, sometimes known as “Personal growth.”
One general exception to the exclusive focus on emotional and spiritual growth is Soul Energy Awakening Past Life Regression – a topic for another day, perhaps.
Otherwise there can be a quirky kind of exception to the general rule about “Seek elsewhere, not Energy Spirituality, if you need physical healing.”
Today’s sweet guest post by ANABELA certainly qualifies as one of those exceptions. Although she came to her session of Energy Spirituality in the regular way, with an intention about emotional and spiritual development, there were physical improvements that followed… kind of a side effect.
For a clue about why this happened, check out the very first paragraph in today’s guest post.
As usual, this blog host has added headings, links, minor edits. The powerful words are pure ANABELA. Come, Blog-Buddies: Read and be inspired by her courage.
When emotional choices drive stuck energies into the physical body
Because I had finally overcome chronic depression last year, subconsciously I refused to succumb to depression again. Thus, the emotional trauma manifested physically. This took me a while to understand and identify.
This year, I had a cord of attachment to JOE that was actually destabilizing my mind-body-spirit system so badly that it manifested physically. Read More »
May 13th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
My love of lilacs didn’t begin with actual lilacs. A devout reader of everything Louisa May Alcott, I adored “Under the Lilacs.”
The very thought of a lilac uplifted me with hopes of fragrance, beauty, and gentleness. Yet no lilacs grew in my working class neighborhood in Flushing, Queens, New York. Not until many years later did I encounter a real, blooming wad of lilac and think, “Reality might eventually surpass my imagination.”
What, grow lilacs of my own?
That bold attempt began some 15 years into having my first garden. Some of you Blog-Buddies have read earlier posts on the ongoing theme, “Lessons from My Garden.” You know I’m the late-blooming, self-taught enthusiast who can be a bit of a klutz in her garden.
Growing my own perennial wads of gorgeousness? Intimidating thought, back in the day
Growing lilacs might be way too tough for the likes of me. Wasn’t it enough to admire ones grown by other people, real gardeners? Many pleasant gardens flourish in this little area of Sugarland Run, Loudoun County, Virginia. Some include those amazing nose magnets, fragrant and tough, floppy lilacs.
Finally I decided to pursue my ambitious dream. Courtesy of Costco. I became the proud owner of two spindly plants, sold as a set. Read More »
May 11th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Blog-Buddies, dealing with Energy Spirituality does afford you opportunities to move out many different kinds of STUFF. Here comes one volunteer reporter about one of my favorite methods of STUFF removal, then PUT IN of what thrills your soul.
Amy, Reporting on Soul Energy Awakening Past Life Regression
Cutting cords of attachment, moving out psychic coercion, and many other techniques of Energy Spirituality can all be done just fine over the phone, or (these days) by Skype webcam. Only one of my skill sets is regularly done in person, in order to meet my standards as a healer.
That skill set is hypnosis and past life regression. To be more specific, the Soul Energy Awakening method of past life regression that I use as part of Energy Spirituality.
What distinguishes this method? The past life regression methodology is designed to heal large frozen blocks of energy, from this lifetime and perhaps others as well. All for the very practical purpose of improving this lifetime.
Today’s guest post began when Blog-Buddy AMY read one of several articles at this blog about Soul Energy Awakening Past Life Regression: When Past-Life Regression Removes Frozen Blocks
Here’s AMY’s reaction, originally a comment, upgraded with a few links + minor edits for clarity + headings added by blog host Rose.
Warning: The very last paragraph is on the mushy side, so avert your eyes if necessary. Or else don’t blame me for publishing this personal hankie moment for Rose.
of Soul Energy Awakening Past Life Regression
Awesome post, I don’t know how I didn’t see it when you originally posted it. Thank you for this article, Rose. Wow, the process-related component of splitting from reality is so fascinating! Read More »
May 10th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Now there's a serious-looking picture about cutting cords of attachment
“Cords of attachment may be the most significant, treatable cause of problems in your life, keeping you stuck in old patterns.”
– “Cut Cords of Attachment,” by Rose Rosetree, Page 1
Yep, that’s what I wrote in the very first edition of America’s first book on cutting a cord of attachment, published in 2007. Since then, popular interest in cord cutting has exploded. Googling today, “Cut cords of attachment” yields 1,660,000 hits.
Back in 2007? Fewer than 100 hits.
Both good news and bad news there, folks! Today so many of us know about cutting cords. Yet quality control is a bigger problem than ever. I’m thinking about that today, as I finish packing up all the handouts and teacher’s outlines for the Cut Cords of Attachment Level 1 Workshop, which begins tomorrow here in Sterling, Virginia.
Receiving expert help to cut a major cord of attachment — that would be smart. Well, how can you seek expertise in a healer who cuts cords? That’s our topic today, cord cutting street smarts for a New Age Consumer.
If you seek an expert who offers this healing service, do yourself a favor. Learn about the most important components for bring you results.
Today’s article summarizes the most important consumer ideas that can help you to get the best results for this healing service. Read More »
May 8th, 2013 by Rose Rosetree
Rose Rosetree, Founder of Energy Spirituality
Recently I asked you’all which types of post you preferred at the blog. Your responses have been informative. Also uplifting, to me.
Always you are invited to give direction to this blog by letting me know what interests you most… including that particular post called How you can find the posts you want most at this blog. Also, every time you add a comment or Guest Post, anywhere at this blog, you are letting me know about your passions. Your communication helps me to be of greatest service to you.
To me, this online community is a twinkling gem with depth lights galore. We can explore many facets of truth with leading-edge skills and understandings. Read More »