Aura Reading Vegans — my research began how? With this original post, starring five proud — and very public vegans. Since then, this thread at the blog includes doing more energetic literacy research on other prominent advocates of a vegan diet. Read later in this post how you can nominate public figures for this kind of free aura reading.
Note: On April 14, 2016, I’m starting a bit of an experiment. Aiming to continue it as time permits.
The main article that follows includes aura reading research on just five advocates of a vegan diet. Let’s research more public advocates of this food lifestyle!
Like any of the contests at this blog, there are specific rules for entry. See the rules for this open-ended contest in Comments #124-126. Together, let’s continue to learn. What are the aura-level consequences for a way of life that sounds so very pure, so appealing?
Vegans love their way of life. And, really, what’s not to love about it… in theory? Yet this aura reader is not so convinced it’s a great choice for everyone.
So I’m going to risk writing an article that may be controversial.
Aura Reading Vegans? Sure That’s Controversial. So What?
Helping clients, I’ve done a modest share of aura reading research on some long-term vegans. Alas, the news wasn’t pretty. CONTINUE READING →
“She’s reportedly been very shrewd with the management of her career and financial empire. She came to mind in the original context of this contest as someone who baffles me. Probably she is a very different kind of person than myself.”
Me too, JULIE! Finding a photo to use for this aura reading was really hard, since Gisele was usually posing pretty close to naked. What would that be like, posing for the public again and again in a semi-nude state?
And then I read at that link JULIE supplied that Ms. Bündchen has earned $386 million throughout her career…
As if it weren’t enough to be married to football celebrity Tom Brady, now of Deflategate fame.
What can this possibly, possibly, possibly be like? What makes Gisele Bündchen tick? CONTINUE READING →
Note: Blog-Buddies, after you read the main article please see Comment 85. It just might melt your heart.
In RES we have a motto: STUFF can always, always, always be healed. Yet it’s also true that three kinds of STUFF are the hardest to heal. These extra-toxic varieties of stored energies and emotions at the astral level result from enjoyable experiences of:
Black magic, e.g., voodoo
Killing or torturing for pleasure
Sex that involves violence, sadism, masochism, bondage, submission. Or to use the clever, trendy acronym for today, BDSM.
Even TV shows that feature these topics can become addictive to some extent. To participate in real life is a big mistake: Ultimately educational but, really, something to avoid if ever you can, because the person involved is likely to crave more and more.
Back when I studied with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, I was told that there are 111 ways to transcend but only 108 of them are holy. Since working with clients in RES, I have come to wonder if these are the three dangerous ways to experience bliss. CONTINUE READING →
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Here is the new review of the eBook, published in the August 2015 issue of the online book review magazine “Reviewer’s Bookwatch.” My thanks to reviewer Emma James. CONTINUE READING →
Can you believe that America’s Civil War is, officially, over? Can you believe that the Confederate flag was part of the losing side? And that the Confederates actually lost?
Yes, it’s a fact. 150 years ago, actually, is when the Confederates lost.
Look, I love my country, and I love our First Amendment freedom of speech, but really. This is beyond ridiculous. Only now are certain state capitals removing their Confederate flags? Only now saying buh-bye to vanity license plates with Confederate flags?