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    God in Disguise. A Guest Post with the Simplicity Model of Enlightenment by JEFFREY CHAPPELL

    Jeffrey Chappell, with Enlightenment dancing in his auric modeling
    Jeffrey Chappell, with Enlightenment dancing in his auric modeling

    Thanks to my friend JEFFREY CHAPPELL for sharing this article here. You’ll see his blog,, on the short list of blogroll links always here… find it on the right side of your screen.

    As I continue my journey as an Enlightenment Coach in the Age of Awakening, as some of you know, I make a distinction between a Householder Model of Enlightenment and a Simplicity Model of Enlightenment (also sometimes called a Renunciate Model of Enlightenment).

    • In the Simplicity Model of Enlightenment, consciousness is what matters most. Hence the suitability for a Renunciate  Lifestyle. Even if a householder lives this way, emphasizing consciousness, this is the traditional model of Enlightenment. And, to many, it is the only model that matters.
    • By contrast, in Householder Enlightenment, the human life matters most. With the sacred and stable Divine connection always available, yet it is usually kept in the background. More like the saying, “God is in the details.”
    • As millions of people move into Enlightenment in this Age of Awakening, it is time for a model of Enlightenment that speaks to our new role in this upgraded planet. Recognizing that is part of my unfolding work as an Enlightenment Coach.


    How We Empaths Can Become More Empathic. (Surprisingly, Most of Us Aren’t.)

    Empaths don't necessarily act empathic. But we could. (And it's good for us.)
    Empaths don’t necessarily act empathic. But we could. (And it’s good for us.)

    Shocking but true: Most empaths are NOT as empathic as they think they are.

    What Does It Mean, Being an Empath?

    Being an empath is not a behavior. It is not something that a person can choose. Or that anyone can develop. (Unlike empathy, which we’ll get to separately.)

    Every empath is a Highly, Highly Sensitive Person; and 1 in 20 of the people on this sweet earth have been born as an empath.

    Blog-Buddies, you probably know that this empath coach has identified 15 different talents that an empath might have. You might have several or just one. Either way, being wired with even one talent as an empath means that you qualify.

    But did you know how “Empath” is different from “Empathy”? Many of us are pretty fuzzy about the details. CONTINUE READING

    Tossing Certain Ideas about Tidying Up

    Oh no, soooo embarrassed!
    Oh no, soooo embarrassed!

    No need to blush, British readers. In fact I think all you Blog-Buddies will be able to handle today’s article just fine — and without trembling — when I recount the tossing away of my first reaction to Marie Kondo’s method for Tidying Up.

    If you don’t get how WILDLY controversial my language about “tossing” is here ;-), just check out yesterday’s blog post, Comment #7.

    And definitely, everyone, you can anticipate an inspiring tale of less is more. Specifically I’m going to share some ideas I discarded, and some perspective I gained, on the perennially important art of tidying up.

    The author of “The Lifechanging Magic of Tidying Up” is a brilliant inspiration to neat people everywhere. Personally I learned a lot from all the responses to my blog post about the “revolutionary KonMari Method for simplifying, organizing, and storing.”

    What is the main thing I learned? And how might this be very useful to you, as well? CONTINUE READING

    Choose Your Thanksgiving

    Today's Thanksgiving can be done YOUR WAY.
    Today’s Thanksgiving can be done YOUR WAY.

    In America today is Thanksgiving. Wherever you live, whenever you read this, it can be YOUR Thanksgiving, done your way.

    So often we Americans celebrate the holiday with family, or as a Friendsgiving, with food, with exercise like the increasingly popular “Turkey Trot.”

    This time, just for a few minutes, I’d like to experiment with something extra.

    Choosing one of my many roles in life, I’m going to find and feel and express my thanks. CONTINUE READING

    Tidying up Just Enough? RES Perspective on Marie Kondo’s Bestselling Method

    Too much shopping, too much tossing -- can there be problems either way?
    Too much shopping, too much tossing — can there be problems either way?

    On Black Friday, how many people will be buying “The Lifechanging Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo?

    I wonder, and not just because I have an eye for irony.

    “Black Friday” is, of course, a post-post-modern American tradition, where you start Christmas shopping on Thanksgiving Day and go at it full force on the following day (which is always a Friday). Then binge-shop for several more days, merrily scooping up bargains as you go.

    This year it is estimated that 135.8 million consumers may shop between Thanksgiving Day and through the weekend until “Cyber Monday” (when the shopping goes online).

    What, is one of America’s loveliest holidays — our collective day of gratitude — really becoming the day to go out and shop ’till you drop?”

    Gotta love Earth School, right? Because we spiritual idealists might have to weep if we didn’t sometimes remember to laugh. CONTINUE READING

    Why I Seek Householder Enlightenment, Not Renunciation. A Guest Post by JESS

    Doing laundry as part of his path to Householder Enlightenment
    Doing laundry as part of his path to Householder Enlightenment

    Get ready for a riveting guest post, if you care about finding a spiritual path that works for you.

    Some context first: Sex scandals of spiritual gurus was discussed here at the blog in a series of articles, back in 2013, within the first year of The Age of Awakening.

    Since then collective consciousness has definitely been awakening, and that includes further unfolding within the system of RES (Rosetree Energy Spirituality).

    Many articles at this blog have documented how many Blog-Buddies here have moved into Enlightenment. I have been using the term “Householder Enlightenment” to describe this breakthrough, which is so very Age of Awakening compared to ages past, when seekers of Enlightenment would live as renunciates: Monks, nuns, priests, recluses.

    You can now find a wealth of information here about a path tht helps for pursuing Householder Enlightenment, Human-Based Spirituality. CONTINUE READING

    What Was It Like to Do Riverdance as Michael Flatley? A Skilled Empath Merge

    No leprochaun but a very human dancer, that Michael Flatley
    No leprechaun but a very human dancer, that Michael Flatley

    Blog-Buddies, you’re in for a treat. A dance, practically! Because today I play catch-up on our most recent contest, What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick?

    And such wonderful people remain! Such as? Michael Flatley. he was nominated by Blog-Buddy JULIE. She wrote:

    “I’d like to nominate Michael Flatley, the Irish-American dancer and choreographer. I’d be most interested in his aura at the time of the show Riverdance, which albeit was a long time ago but still a dazzling moment in history….

    “I’d like to know more about his creative expression and what makes him tick, creatively.

    “I’ve heard that he wasn’t just the lead dancer in Riverdance; he also choreographed all the moves and trained the other staff (hundreds of dancers).”

    Here is a biography of Michael Flatley. And here you can see a clip of him in the original, magical performance of “Riverdance” in Dublin, Ireland. Watch it all the way to the end, JULIE recommends, because the excitement builds. CONTINUE READING

    What Is the Point of Personal Growth? For You. For Anyone.

    What is the point of personal development? For you. For anyone.
    What is the point of personal development? For you. For anyone.

    A passionate question came to this blog today, over at Perspective on the Sex Scandals of Great Enlightened World Gurus.

    New commenter at this blog, SINDWA KANYIMBA, asked this:

    “From your article, I conclude that being enlightened does not make one to be more morally upright and does not build ethic.

    “If so, it’s of no use and I see no need to pursue practices leading to enlightenment.

    “Most of these gurus were meditators. This to me implies meditation does not make one a better person in society.

    “Why the hype on the benefits of meditation since it does not confer high moral/ethical standards?”

    Let’s try this experiment, Blog-Buddies. How about YOU answer this, one comment at a time? CONTINUE READING

    Don’t Reduce Empath Empowerment® to One Quick Sentence

    Racing to gain empath skills? You can do better.
    Racing to gain empath skills? You can do better.

    So many of us empaths are in a hurry to get skills.

    • Some folks feel desperate.
    • Some expect instant answers.
    • Some believe that the truth ought to be simple. And, therefore, we have the right to take something too new or complex and turn it into something “better.”

    I’m here to caution you. Please take your empath skills more seriously than that. Show more respect for yourself.

    Because empaths are especially vulnerable to mixing up self-authority with skills, then doing little experiments that, frankly, do not work. (Some of you remember how this was discussed in some detail in “The Empowered Empath: Owning, Embracing and Managing Your Special Gifts.”)

    When working with any skill set that I have developed for you, please find out what it can do before you start improving it or simplifying it.

    Sometimes well-meaning empaths will simplify without knowing that they’re even doing it. Here’s an example.

    Is this really going to be helpful for Empath Empowerment®?

    “JOE” is a really smart empath, with many empath gifts. He is used to working hard at his personal development.

    And, bless his heart, he had gone through “Become The Most Important Person in the Room” one time. This helped him a lot.

    However, he figured that now he had the skill set pretty much handled. So he could just bundle it in with all the other things he was doing for self-improvement.


    Fortunately, it slipped out during a session. JOE told me what he had decided to do every day.

    To live as a skilled empath, he boiled the whole system of Empath Empowerment® down to saying one sentence out loud every day.

    I’m not going to tell you that sentence, because I would feel really upset if some casual reader skimmed this blog post all the way to that sentence and then wound up copying what JOE was doing, which would be a big mistake for anyone. Not just JOE. 😉

    The origin? That I can tell you.

    It was part of Day 10 in “Become The Most Important Person in the Room.” The sentence came from a technique called “Brand Your Cattle.”

    JOE took one sentence out of this technique. Then he turned it into a “magical affirmation.”

    Uh-oh! Also, ouch!

    Evolving Empaths, Don’t Shortcut Yourself out of Results

    You can be sure of this. Any technique that I present to you through a book has been carefully developed. If you do it, as presented, it will work.

    Only it won’t work if you use it like something else.

    • Like using a “magical sentence” from one of my Empath Empowerment books and substituting it for a parachute after you jump out of a plane.
    • Or taking substituting one “magical sentence” for a full technique, which includes what to do, how to do and when to do it.

    My Recommendation

    If you want to take little excerpts of things and make your own designer collection, do this on Pinterest. Why do that to your energy field?

    And, please, don’t think you are growing as an empath because you can make yourself a mashup. You deserve better than to treat your mind-body-spirit system like a hobby, right?

    In the various books I have written, sure, there are lots of sentences. Some can be found in particular techniques.

    But when a sentence is part of a technique, please, either use that full technique as presented to you or don’t bother.

    • Not just cheating yourself out of results but also…
    • Devaluating that technique for yourself, so it may not work for you in the future.

    What If You Just Don’t Have Five Full Minutes?

    What If It Is an Emergency?

    Deal with the emergency. Imported STUFF is not an emergency. It is one kind of STUFF, and you can prevent it by using the rest of your Empath Empowerment skills.

    So if you’re feeling troubled by Imported STUFF, don’t kid yourself.

    Other things are bothering you, too.

    • Could be different kinds of STUFF (as would be addressed in a session with an RES expert).
    • Or it could be a problem in objective reality. Who is saying and doing what in this “Emergency” situation? Maybe you can do something about that!

    Better not to do that technique at all. Some future time in your day, you can go and do that technique properly. And then you will get results. :-)

    Becoming Skilled as an Empath Takes Some Time. Not Forever. But a Bit of Time.

    Take heart, brave empaths. Your skills can deepen.

    But there are no empath shortcuts. No magical sentences. No instant tips and coping tricks for empaths.  I mean, sure, you can find loads of them on the Internet. In groups on Facebook. You just won’t find that kind of nonsense recommended at my Empath Empowerment Skills Group on Facebook.

    Or anywhere else that I help empaths.

    Why not? Because I prefer to do things that actually work. Don’t you?

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    Ben Carson-ish. A Guest Post by JACKIE

    Meet a brain surgeon who liked guns more than knives
    Meet a brain surgeon who liked guns more than knives

    Note: If you click on the photograph above, it will be easier to get the point.

    Many of you Blog-Buddies have read my recent aura reading of Ben Carson. This was the main article in the November issue of my monthly newsletter “Reading Life Deeper.”

    Energetic literacy can bring discernment, protecting us. And, yes, sometimes helping us to gain perspective on claims of having a special relationship with Jesus.

    On blog as well as off-blog, I’ve been receiving thank you’s. But the most fascinating response of all comes from JACKIE.

    Dating a Neurosurgeon Who Might Have Been Ben Carson’s Son

    This aura reading was totally surreal for me. A few years ago I had a short relationship with a very, very politically conservative; very, very religiously Christian, neurosurgeon.

    No, it was not Ben Carson, lol. I’ll call him Joe.

    What was not surprising? Ben Carson was one of JOE’s heroes. When I learned about Carson at the time, it felt like I might as well have been dating his son.

    At the time, I was also a big fan of Carson. (I mean, why not, right? I was in love with a younger version of him.) CONTINUE READING

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