I’ll admit it. I started subscribing to Newsweek as a mistake.
While donating to NPR, instead of calling one of those friendly volunteer phone operators, I tried going online. Apparently I had to opt out of making part of my donation a gift to self, a year-long subscription to Newsweek.
Personally, I think it’s sad when fund raisers insist on giving you gifts. Is human nature really that grasping and greedy? It gives me a good feeling to support WETA and WAMU, no extra enticements needed. However… CONTINUE READING →
It’s a big day here in Face Reading World when someone new graduates from my Mentoring Program in Professional Face Reading.
Here comes a shout-out to TWO (2!!) new graduates.
Michelle Kierznowski hails from South Africa. Now she lives in England. A loving mother and perpetual student of human nature, Michelle has charmed two birds with one berry. (Or whatever the positive saying would be. Maybe we’ll have to invent one. CONTINUE READING →
Enlightenment Life List — sure, why not? Just as birdwatchers keep a life list of exotic birds they have spotted, I have begun a list.
Granted, this is just Rose Rosetree’s personal Enlightenment Life List. Mine contains names of people whom I consider to have moved into Enlightenment. Not because they are famous or pretty or talented or otherwise amazing as human beings. As a teacher of energetic literacy, and also an Enlightenment coach, I research Enlightenment and what it means to me.
Okay, so I had to rent the tan robe at least once. Otherwise, how could I say farewell to Hiroo Fitness Club?
So what if I put my robe on all wrong, messing up the strict diagrams posted on the wall about proper robe usage? What am I in life, besides being a teacher of Deeper Perception, a total wimp? Scared of a sauna?
Do you read a lot? I do. I believe it’s important to read books, buy books, and review books for websites like Amazon.com. Here in Japan, I do that just as I do at home.
One of the books I brought with me is an advance copy of Karma and Reincarnation by Barbara Y. Martin. Her co-author is Dimitri Moraitis. The publisher, Tarcher, sent it for possible review in my column for Pathways Magazine. The book has certainly made me think a great deal, though not entirely as the authors intended. CONTINUE READING →
Atop the display counter at the specialty food store, the watermelon was square. One next to it was heart shaped.
With my friend Kaori-san, I go over to investigate. Are these made of wax? I check out their auras.
The square watermelon has nothing. Either artificial or completely dead energetically.
The heart-shaped watermelon does show an energy field, yet even the most casual experience of it feels disgusting. I have no desire to investigate further. Instead, let’s use our human-type skills. Luckily, Kaori can ask questions that are understandable to a Japanese sales person. CONTINUE READING →