On April 1, I’ll announce the winner of our Aura Reading Contest. First, though, come some general points that can help you as a consumer, receiving Aura Readings.
Today’s post can also help you as someone who gives Aura Readings to yourself and others
10 Tips to Receive the Best Aura Reading CONTINUE READING
Blog-Buddies, our contest to win a free Aura Reading is still open. You can enter at this Aura Reading Contest link. There will be many Consolation Prize blog chunks as well, so do consider entering.
So far, only one entry really stands out in terms of asking excellent questions. Check out Comment #16. (Click onto this Aura Reading Contest link and scroll down to find it. Every comment is numbered!)
The method for Aura Reading Research that I have developed can deliver very accurate, practical answers to questions about real life. I’m very excited about the Contest CONTINUE READING
The best advice about Aura Reading I’ve read in years comes from an article called “Smell Bound.” I read it courtesy of United Hemispheres Magazine, March 2009 issue.
Okay, the article was mostly about wine tasting, and he never mentioned Aura Reading specifically. Still, if you have studied Aura Reading in books like “Aura Reading Through All Your Senses” and “Read People Deeper,” you’re familiar with the term “synesthesia.”
Synesthesia means using all your senses together, something done by wine tasters and aura readers and… really, anyone… who goes deeply into any sensory experience. CONTINUE READING
Here’s a quick reminder of fun opportunities just in time for spring.
Interested in receiving a Free Aura Reading? You can enter to win our Aura Reading Contest. Entries can be accepted through March 31!
Personally, I find the whole Aura Reading conversation at that part of the blog to be fascinating.
If you’re local, you can receive a complimentary Face Reading with me at Posh this Wednesday, between 6 and 9 p.m. I’ll give you a special written souvenir of the main findings of this personal reading. CONTINUE READING
Blog-Buddies, you know that special feeling on a birthday, right? Today’s mine. I proudly and gratefully turn 61. (Yes, March 20 is the last day of the zodiac, as well as the last day of Pisces.) And, yes, this morning the Washington Post gave me such a fine gift.
Although the story won’t appear in print until tomorrow, online there’s an article “Science Fair Honors Student Accomplishments.” And with it, a not-bad photo of my son, Matt.
Reporting on a county-wide science fair, the Post reporter wrote: CONTINUE READING
A Face Reading article yesterday set me thinking. It was a New York Daily News feature, posted at Yahoo, sent by one of my apprentices. And I’m delighted that Face Reading has been brought to public attention. But I went “Wait-a-minute” when the face reader mentioned that she uses it to tell which checkout clerk at the supermarket would be fastest.
Having been a professional at Face Reading for more than two decades, I’ve heard people say things like, “There are so many ways to read people, why bother with Face Reading?” CONTINUE READING
Face Reading alert! Aura Reading alert! And, of course, Body Language alert!
Shakespeare it’s not. But the first book to combine all three ways to read people deeper, Read People Deeper, has been reviewed by Brandeis University Magazine in the Winter 2009 issue. Here’s the review: CONTINUE READING
Yesterday, we pursued genius, doing a Face Reading of the first authenticated portrait of Shakespeare. No hangovers today, I hope.
So we can cheerfully look at the more menacing aspects of the man’s face. I’m especially curious to find clues about villany. The man may not have never hurt a fly, but what is his swatting potential? Surely something about his face shows challenges that he could have used to create Iago, Richard III, Queen Cymbeline, Lady Macbeth, etc.
To see the face data most clearly, use this Face Reading link to Wm. Copy it onto a separate document and tug on the corners, as if peeking under a curtain at the Folger Theater (Washington D.C.’s version of The Bard’s Globe Theatre.)
With the first portrait ever to show The Bard now authenticated, Shakespeare lovers are having more fun than we’ve had since the days of yore when we sat with the groundlings (or wealthier folk) watching those fabulous plays.
Yet media stories about the newly authenticated portrait are the opposite of thrilling. This CNN story is typical. Is the best we can do to notice the man’s posed expression? Or is it really such a huge revelation that the man looks quite wealthy, due to the lace around his throat?
Gaa, not satisfying to any self-respecting Face Reader! We want to know what Shakespeare was like. And because we can read any physical face over 18 in depth and detail, Face Reading is our ticket to The Shakespeare Show. CONTINUE READING