Hear ye, hear ye! (What, that idea of bell ringing to celebrate winning a big prize? That has got to be one of the funnier anachronisms for a weblog.)
Announcing the First Prize Winner of our Contest to Admire, mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani. Not just any highly ranked female mathematician, either. Maryam Mirzakhani has won The Fields Medal, a.k.a. “The Nobel Prize for Mathematics.”
Iranian by birth, she is now working in the U.S. as a professor at Stanford University. In the world of professional mathematics — and beyond — it’s a very big deal indeed that Professor Mirzakhani is the first woman ever to win this, the highest recognition within the field of mathematics.
As noted by Blog-Buddy ZOFIA in her contest winning entry (Comment 15):
“Pure maths is a very male-dominated world and is very competitive.
“However, she looks like a calm, chilled out person. It’ll be interesting to see how she relates to abstract thought in her aura.”
First prize in this Contest to Admire means that in today’s article I will do a face reading of Maryam Mirzakhani. Then a Part Two. As a follow-up, I will create an aura reading of this remarkable woman. And, yes, I will be emphasizing themes of calmness versus competitiveness, plus Maryam Mirzakhani’s way of relating to abstract thought. CONTINUE READING →
Well, I am responding. With help from my tech guy, who can make changes to this blog that actually work.
Some changes were relatively fast to do and have begun:
A new Hot Topics category has been added to the ribbon at the top of this page. Click here to get started on different topics of interest, with a Top 10 Post. This can be useful to blog newbies and casual lurkers. Also (differently) useful to some of you very dedicated long-term blog readers.
The list of Popular Postson the right column has been expanded. Comments are a very important part of this blog. Check out the educational dialogue. Celebrate this informal online community, intelligent and caring and courageous!
Once again, our Charm Wiki continues. Recently we were having a conversation over at Aura Reading Emma Stone for Charm. Blog-Buddy made a string of comments that I will quote here. See if they make you as curious as they made me! “So nice to have read this post, Rose. I reminds of so many pressures I have experienced. Like Kylie described, there’s something about having a kind of wow factor that makes people take note.
Are you curious about reading auras? Have you tried with limited success? Or are you stuck at your present level of skill with energetic literacy?
Well, aura reading is one of the most practical skills you can learn. Witness over 100 techniques in the beginner’s how-to, Aura Reading Through All Your Senses.
Don’t expect a blog article — anyone’s blog article — to give you a quick tutorial. The skill is comparable to learning how to drive an automobile. Aura reading is hardly beyond your powers. CONTINUE READING →
Are you are new to learning about cutting cords of attachment? This practical skill can help you so much, both in personal life and in career.
Although I don’t know everything about this form of energy healing, I am the only American with a trademarked system for effectively cutting those cords, 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment(R). CONTINUE READING →
We empaths are born that way. And there sure are a lot of us — an estimated 1 in 20 people. Sometimes empaths begin their search for knowledge by researching empathy or being a Highly Sensitive Person.
Important though it is to understand being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), only 1 out of 4 HSPs is an empath. Sensitivity can be managed but, in my experience, we empaths require a separate and dedicated skill set to have the best lives possible. CONTINUE READING →