Iggy Azalea’s Aura, My Final Contest Reading of 2015

Hip hop star Iggy Azalea, ready for her aura reading.
Hip hop star Iggy Azalea, ready for her aura reading.

Today we don’t just complete 2015. Finally, finally I make good on my wacky promise to give a prize to every single entry to a contest I’ll never forget — for that reason — What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick?

We’re off to an appreciative start. Here is what Blog-Buddy BRANDI wrote in Comments 70-72:

What Makes Iggy Azalea Tick — or Rap, in This Case

She is an Australian rapper/songwriter/model who dropped out of high school and left her home land at the age 16 and moved to Miami alone to pursue her dream of hip hop music.

By December 2014 the now 24-year-old placed number one on the Billboard Year-End Top New Artist chart — proving to all naysayers she has become an influential force in hip hop music and is not killing rap music. CONTINUE READING

Aura Reading Music Professor Robert Greenberg

Dr. Robert Greenberg, ready for his aura reading
Dr. Robert Greenberg, ready for his aura reading

Blog-Buddy KYLIE wrote:

“I’d like to see an aura reading of Professor Robert Greenberg. I have been very much enjoying his eight dvd “Great Course” lecture on the 30 Greatest Orchestral Works. He is a fantastic lecturer, so passionate about classical music and great at telling stories. He seems like someone with a great deal of soul thrill in his life.”

Today’s aura reading helps to complete our prize-winningest contest ever at this blog, What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick? Professor Greenberg was nominated by KYLIE in Comment 76. This is our penultimate aura reading prize for this contest. Whew, right? CONTINUE READING

How Exciting Can an Aura Be? Exploring Performance Artist Marina Abramović

What do you think I'll find in the aura of famed performance artist Marina Abramović?
What do you think I’ll find in the aura of famed performance artist Marina Abramović?

Compared to the artist I’m going to aura-read for you today, our last one was practically boring. Remember this guy? Odd Nerdrum. Aura Reading of a Kitch Painter.

Well today I’ll do energetic literacy research on a certain performance artist nominated by Blog-Buddy ISABELLE at her Comments 78-85. Here’s how Marina Abramović was described at our contest about What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick?

Marina Abramović was born in Serbia in 1946. She grew up under the Tito dictatorship. She described her upbringing as “military-style control.” Her mother would wake Marina up in the middle of the night to do military training.

Later Marina Abramović went to art school where she got involved in performance art. This included:

  • Cutting a big star in her belly
  • Throwing herself into walls
  • Whipping herself.

CONTINUE READING

Contest Still Open. Prize Still Worth $150

This could be the last contest you enter in all of 2015.
This could be the last contest you enter in all of 2015.

Busy Blog-Buddies, yes, there is so much to do before the end of the year.

Still, you might wish to take three minutes to enter this contest:

A Contest to Celebrate 27,000+ Comments at the Blog

The prize is a public session of Thrill Your Soul Aura Reading Research. (With an alternative if the winner feels shy, but I’m guessing you won’t.)

To be eligible, all entries must be received by midnight, December 31, 2016, Eastern Standard Time. (Yes, you clients across the International Date Line get an extra day woo-hoo.)

This reminder has been sent to you with joyful anticipation,

Rose

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Odd Nerdrum. Aura Reading of a Kitch Painter.

Odd Nerdrum, aura reading a man who is proud to be a kitch painter.
Odd Nerdrum — aura reading a man who is proud to be a kitch painter.

Today’s aura reading helps to complete our prize-winningest contest ever at this blog, What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick?

Nominating him, JULES D wrote:

He’s a brilliant painter, a visionary, with an artistic temperament. He seems to be personally rather dramatic and combative. Is his aura in keeping with this artistic stereotype?”

That’s certainly one way to put it. Here is how Wikipedia describes Odd Nerdum’s claim to fame:

Nerdrum creates six to eight paintings a year that include still life paintings of small, everyday objects like bricks, portraits and self-portraits, and large paintings allegorical and apocalyptic in nature. Subjects of Nerdrum’s paintings are often dressed as if from another time and place.

Nerdrum says that his art should be understood as kitsch rather than art as such. “On Kitsch”, a manifesto composed by Nerdrum, describes the distinction he makes between kitsch and art. Nerdrum’s philosophy has spawned The Kitsch Movement among his students and followers, who call themselves kitsch painters rather than artists. CONTINUE READING

The Sacred Gift

Bark if you like happiness!
Bark if you like happiness!

It’s a sacred gift that only you can give.

A gift for you.

Do What Makes You Happy

I don’t mean, “Only do what makes you happy” or “Do this at the expense of others.”

Hardly.

You Blog-Buddies are responsible folks. At least those of you I know personally (and that is a whole lot of you, between your blog comments and sessions and participation in workshops and, as of this year, interactions at my Facebook Group for Empath Empowerment Skills).

Being responsible, of course you do plenty of things to help others. In fact you may be super-responsible. How many YES answers will you score on the following checklist? CONTINUE READING

Would You Like a New Face for Christmas?

That face of yours? Superb.
That face of yours? Superb.

What if you could write this on your Christmas list and expect to receive it promptly tomorrow?

  • A perfect new face.
  • None of the flaws, no more too-this or not-enough-that.
  • “I’d like heads to turn when they see me, due to my handsomeness or beauty.” Maybe stopping just short of whiplash. Hey, maybe not. 😉

Blog-Buddies, may I suggest? That is one wish to NOT make.

With due respect for today’s unprecedented suffering over vanity, our culturally exaggerated yearning for perfection, and the crazy social pressure to look just like those impossibly perfect physical specimens you have already seen on plenty of movies or TV shows or Internet anything before reading this article… just today…

Bad idea.

Here’s why. CONTINUE READING

On the Shortest Day of the Year

Coming up short today?
Coming up short today?

Blog-Buddies, just in case any of you have got a temporary case of the glums…

yes, it really is the shortest day of the year.

Overall humanity has been moving forward beautifully, each of us doing the best we can. And each of you has been doing just that, for sure.

Yet we also live in these… interesting times.

Are vibrations rising on earth?

Not really, not to this aura reader and Enlightenment Coach. CONTINUE READING

Overcoming Drug Addiction. Aura Reading Robert Downey, Jr.

Living in hard-won recovery, Robert Downey, Jr., is ready for his aura reading
Living in hard-won recovery, Robert Downey, Jr., is ready for his aura reading

Overcoming addiction to cocaine and heroin: That’s part of the real-life plot in Robert Downey, Jr.’s larger-than-life story.

Today’s aura reading will compare chakra databanks of the charismatic performer, using the following images:

This exceptionally talented actor was nominated by ZELDA at our prize-winningest contest ever at this blog, What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick? She wrote: CONTINUE READING

An Empath Finds Self-Acceptance. A Guest Post by KIRA

Kira Heston, singing with right-sized wings
Kira Heston, singing with right-sized wings

I mentioned in the Facebook Empath Empowerment Skills group that disparate parts of my life tend to connect themselves up in interesting ways, and that things I wrote years ago sometimes wind up having even more meaning to the current me–well, here’s a prime example of that.

I was thinking about a recent RES session with Rose as I was drifting to sleep. And because my thoughts were drifting, I wound up wondering if I were to send her a recorded copy of me singing (this was hypothetical), which song would I choose?

And I got a startlingly clear answer that it could be “Spread Your Wings,” which is the only one I have recorded that I actually wrote. CONTINUE READING