Reading auras and doing face readings this campaign season, let’s devote a few days to honor my very favorite pundits.
None do I hold higher than Doris Kearns Goodwin. I’ve read her marvelous autobiography as well as some of her historical nonfiction (Kennedy, Johnson).
Perhaps you have, too. And surely the face shown here has become familiar over the decades to those of us who watch election coverage on public television.
At best, political pundits give us wisdom, historical perspective, and the benefit of exceptionally sound judgment. All this flows from Goodwin as effortlessly as your typical couch potato can grunt. Listening to her covering the Democratic Convention, I was CONTINUE READING →
Reading this vital data about integrity is as easy as saying, “Cheese.”
That’s good. Because if you read faces for only one thing during Campaign 2008, here’s the most important thing you can do to rise above spin: Keep your eyes out for crooked mouths.
Yes, it’s a very significant thing when a mouth pulls toward one side, or a smile is significantly off kilter. When you’re watching the presidential conventions, listen to the speeches but watch the mouths.
Reading faces, it’s easy to see the characteristic of facial symmetry and how it shows in the mouth. All you need is a blank sheet of paper or index card.
Hold it up to cover one side of the mouth, then the other.
Try it on John McCain’s new running mate Sarah Palin. Instead of focusing on that pretty red lipstick, read her face for character — the 5,000 year old art that I have updated with my system of Face Reading Secrets(R). CONTINUE READING →
Currently I’m finishing up in-depth articles about Senator Biden, the Vice-Presidential nominee, for the September issue of my monthly zine, “Reading Life Deeper.” To sign up for the free zine, click here. Then scroll over to the signup link.
Interview requests are beginning to come in from the media. Check these out: CONTINUE READING →
We have something wonderful to celebrate here at Women’s Intuition Worldwide. I’ve recently toted up the number of books in print — that’s the number of copies published by us in America and also foreign editions.
What, she just won two more Olympic medals? Now? After she, Dara Torres, already had won nine?
Seriously, two silver medals for racing in the water? Now? When Dara Torres is age 41?
Who would expect this from an athlete turned swimsuit model? Such an upstart! And where is the fairness? This swimmer who set her first world record when she was just 14, and she’s been given two medals more, now, at 41?
Modeling for you Blog-Buddies what it means to use skill as an empath, I will tell you the precise point in today’s reading when (and if) I decide that it is safe for me to also do an empath-merge on the man.
Everyone can read auras. See how-to links at the end of today’s post. Also, speaking of technical points, for months I have CONTINUE READING →
Twins have fascinated me for most of my life. You may know a lot I don’t on this topic — including what it feels like to BE a twin or to be the parent or child or a twin. But I’ll bet you haven’t thought much about being a twin from the perspective of PHYSIOGNOMY, the ancient art of reading faces for character.
Identical twins become increasingly different looking over time. Why? Because of the connection between physical faces and the inner face. CONTINUE READING →