What, Bernie Sanders has quite a lot in common with Donald Trump? Yes, yes, yes and yes.
Today’s face reading is the second in an occasional series of profiles of American presidential and (one of these days) vice-presidential candidates. Sometimes face readings, sometimes aura readings, maybe the occasional Skilled Empath Merge.
Since I’ve read the Democratic winner of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, our next profile will be a face reading of the Republican winner, Donald Trump.
Have you noticed? These two men have several unusual — and significant — facial characteristics in common.
I’ll alert you, and also tell you about two other rather interesting characteristics of the charismatic Republican candidate.
“I thought her performance was wonderful, with quite an emotional range. She convincingly portrayed this spouse who witnessed and stood by her beloved husband transforming into who he felt he really was.
“Alicia Vikander is having quite a year, another reason I think it would be interesting to have an aura reading.”
Mark Ruffalo, today it’s your turn for an aura reading.
At our Aura Reading Movie Review of Rachel McAdams’s performance in “Spotlight,” she did the best of any actors this year who’s received the full-out energetic literacy treatment. Was excellence alive on that set or what? Today let’s turn to another actor from that film. He was likewise nominated for a Best Supporting role: Mark Ruffalo.
“It really could have been me. I did go to a Catholic church [and to Catholic school]. I have friends who were abused,” he said. “So you know, that was my truth as well as [Rezendes’s] truth. It’s a universal truth.”
What a mixture of topics we have at this blog. It strikes me anew this morning, Blog-Buddies.
I was just about to give you an invitation. And, hey, I’m still going to….
Like me, you may think it would be a good idea to help more people find this blog. Well, here’s something you might do.
If you have friends or family members who are excited about the Academy Awards show this Sunday night, how about sending them a link to one of our articles with an Aura Reading Movie Review?
On the other hand, you might not choose to send friends a link to the following guest post. Because this whole theme of what is Christian versus what’s merely “Christian,” etc. could be THE most controversial topic ever discussed here at the blog.
Unquestionably it takes courage to think for yourself when the stakes are as high as the sky… and beyond. Yet every one of you Blog-Buddies has done that, haven’t you?CONTINUE READING →
What a shock! I’ll be researching a role that is way less freaky and scary than any of the other performances that I’ve researched for you’all so far for Academy Awards 2016.
As you may know, aura reading and Skilled Empath Merge magnify the intensity of an experience. “Ordinary” people in everyday life become plenty dramatic, and they’re certainly entertaining enough to fascinate me.
So, with an anticipatory sigh of relief, let’s explore the depths of Rachel McAdams’ performance as…
A reporter. Just a reporter in that role, I hope.
Granted, in “Spotlight” she’s researching the Catholic Church’s clergy sex-abuse scandal… and only those who have seen the movie can tell me if the character has some hideous backstory.
Perhaps a vendetta related to her beloved twin brother? A wrecked and ruined altar boy, years later deceased due to drilling extremely large “stigmata” onto his wrists as a cry for help? CONTINUE READING →
It’s delightful to read the blog written by my friend DAVID BUCKLAND. Sure enough, that’s what I did bright and early this Sunday morning. I find the clarity and erudition about higher states of consciousness to be unmatched by any other Enlightenment expert I know.
However, that doesn’t mean I always agree with him.
This morning I opened up an article on The What and How of Subtle Perception. DAVID gives a beautiful analysis and context for what he calls “subtle perception” and I call “deeper perception” and still others call “celestial perception.”
At “Observations on the Road Home,” David advises, “If such things do begin to show up that’s fine. We should allow but not invest in them.”
What do I find? Just the opposite. We can do far more than allow. We can actively pursue.
Just as we can do far more than allow Enlightenment to unfold. We can actively pursue. CONTINUE READING →
The opera wasn’t “Carmen” or some other crowd-pleaser but “L’Enfant et les Sortileges,” a pretty obscure French opera composed by Maurice Ravel, better known for that catchy musical confection known as “Bolero.”
Ozawa-san seems to create a force field of joy. For instance, while researching this article I learned that he conducted a concert this month in Japan — where soprano Eri Habaya told a reporter this:
“It is my fond memory now that I was unable to even feel nervous during the performance….”
For our main newsletter article in “Read People Deeper” I’ll give you an aura reading. Clearly Maestro Seiji Ozawa is one of the top conductors in the world, but how happy is he?CONTINUE READING →