I turned 30 recently and for my birthday, I got myself a face reading with Rose. I got more than I bargained for.
A face reading isn’t really about faces, it’s about living. I got some confirming and surprising information about my life and how I’ve chosen to live it. But I also got some unexpected feedback about my face itself: that I am beautiful, symmetrical, bright eyed, great skin, you name it.
I’ve gotten powerful reactions from people my entire life and because of that, it took someone else to tell me that these reactions are odd: CONTINUE READING →
Our conversation is coming along so productively. Thanks to all who have been commenting at our first article in this series about personal presence. Today let’s start to distinguish two separate things that are often confused when we yearn for a stronger, better presence:
The energy aspect
And the social aspect
Because man oh man, are they different! Yet it’s so human that, in our pain, in our longings, these two disparate aspects are often confused. Leading to problems. Sometimes big problems. CONTINUE READING →
Did you ever long to have a big energy presence, one that would cause others to stop in their tracks? (Or, at least, respect you.)
Here I think of my former friend, sweet Gladys, who became a staunch Born-Again Christian. In her zeal she emailed me. I must paraphrase, because I received this message over 20 years ago. The gist of it burned into my brain, though:
“Now I’m truly alive. I live for the light of Christ. I want to have a presence that makes everyone who meets me lights up in that exact same way, with the sacred flame burning brighter and brighter within them until they must believe.”
Caution: Read no further if you are staunchly anti-abortion. Because I won’t hide my equally strong, and different, values on this highly-charged issue.
I won’t even call anti-abortionists by their chosen label “Pro Life.” Because I believe that, if you really care about life, the life of a human woman must come first. Being alive, and having free will, she has the right to make decisions after the start of a pregnancy.
The term “Pro Life” is a mockery to me, since it disrespects the life (and free will) of a woman who happens to get pregnant.
That said, Blog-Buddies, if you are willing to read further, I think you’ll be educated and inspired. CONTINUE READING →
One of you has contacted me about problems with posting comments. Gladys uses Hotspot Shield. This is a way to bypass security and firewalls.
If any of you use a VPN service like this, there can be problems with commenting here.
I’ve checked with my Tech Guy, and it’s really not safe for my blog to use services like these.
However, it is possible for you to turn off your VPN just for when you comment. If you’re willing, this would be great!
Otherwise, if you are having problems with comments, how about this? Just email your comments to me along with the url that goes with your post. I’ll do what I can to cut-and-paste your comments onto this blog. 🙂
Everybody in that first super-advanced workshops for empaths was successful. The guest post below began as a modest chunk of comment, a thank you that was attached to a blog post where I had described doing aSkilled Empath Merge with a crystal.
I’m elevating it to the status of guest post. Partly because this brand new workshop seemed to this (empath coach) like a historic event in the story of Empath Empowerment®. And partly to encourage some of the nine other course participants to share their experiences during and after.
Okay, your turn, ISABELLA.
There’s Skilled Empath Merge and then There’s Skilled Empath Merge
The workshop this past weekend was absolutely incredible. If you think you have learned how to do Skilled Empath Merge, so you know how to do Skilled Empath Merge, and that’s that…. think again! CONTINUE READING →
Had to file an insurance claim after a serious car crash or other big-deal problem that could be covered by insurance?
How about being so mad that you’re tempted to file a lawsuit, and going for an initial conversation with an attorney?
Of course sometimes that can be a smart move. (Except for when it isn’t such a smart move.) But what about paying a price for that lawsuit, or even that initial conversation to file an insurance claim?