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Money Happy Contest Starts Today

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Money Happy Contest — enter today to learn more about success

Money Happy Contest, can you guess what that’s for? I’m thinking, a new contest here at the blog with three prizes. Not cash prizes, sorry.

Prizes will be aura readings of public figures you’re curious about. How complicated is that celebrity’s relationship to money? And what kind of complicated, emotionally and spiritually? Learning about that, in turn, can contribute to your own success. (You’ll see.) CONTINUE READING

Liane Wins First Prize in our Empath Merge Contest

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Liane wins first prize in our Empath Merge Contest on Creativity

Yes, LIANE wins first prize in our Empath Merge Contest. In today’s blog post, you’ll hear some raw truths that can inspire you, validation that this place really is The Learning Planet. (If you live as somebody who insists on growing, no matter what.)

Remember our recent Empath Merge Contest about Creativity?

This Blog-Buddy is a rancher from Wyoming. Might I suggest? You can read her contest entry and our conversations about it. CONTINUE READING

Creative Living Perspective. Empath Merge with Einstein

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Creative Living Perspective comes from today’s Skilled Empath Merge with Einstein

Creative Living — isn’t that the purpose of your “creativity”? Fortunately, each of us is loaded with creativity. Life demands it of us. Along with the rest that we need for quality of life, we pursue creative living through:

  1. A creative originality. Basically, needed for solving problems.
  2. Creative expressiveness. Needed so that your individual spark can light up life for yourself and others.
  3. An inner creative intelligence. Most noteworthy, using your brain to shape the creativity
  4. Honesty, ethicsand responsibility driving the creativity. Otherwise, why bother to bring something new into this world?
  5. Caring about others. Why human creativity requires hands and feet, stomach, and all else… Needed because mere cleverness is a dead end. Seems like caring gives direction to creative living.
  6. Passionate creativity. Because, have you noticed? You’re more creative when it matters that you DELIVER.

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Empath Merge Contest about Creativity

Empath Merge Contest
Skilled Empath Merge Contest — learn how you might win

Empath Merge Contest about Creativity! Why may this one turn out to be your favorite contest ever at this blog?

Hint: Usually, what is the prize from one of our contests? I’ll give the winner an aura reading or Skilled Empath Merge or face reading… of a public figure. Unless you’d rather have me read the aura of a celebrity, instead; which I certainly can.

By contrast, this Empath Merge Contest will award prizes about YOU, Blog-Buddies. Using the system of Empath Empowerment®! CONTINUE READING

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading Movie Review

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading
Lucas Hedges Aura Reading — check out this movie review in advance of the Oscars this Sunday
Lucas Hedges Aura Reading — yes! I’m bringing you that today. It’s my “role.” (And am I ever curious.)
Lauded for his performance in “Manchester by the Sea,” what was the young actor’s biggest achievement?
  • Enormous acting talent, brilliantly focused?
  • Natural charisma when playing himself. Which might generate great admiration.
  • An enticing ability to appear “natural” on screen? (In the manner of Julia Roberts and Renee Zellweger, and arguably their greatest talent.)
  • Cashing in on good karma. (See our Comments 4-5 at this aura reading movie review.)

Film buffs may debate all this at great length. However we aura readers have an advantage. (Whether we’re film buffs or not, actually.) There’s nothing like aura reading movie reviews: We can get to the heart, the stomach, the lungs of a performance. CONTINUE READING

Michael Shannon Aura Reading Movie Review

 Michael Shannon Aura Reading
This Michael Shannon Aura Reading will review his performance in “Nocturnal Animals.”

A Michael Shannon Aura Reading Movie Review for a Nocturnal Performance. Even though it’s daytime, I’m going to give you that, sorta.

Okay, “Noctural Animals” is the precise name of the movie where Shannon gave a lauded performance. Where, I’m guessing, he did most of his acting in the daytime. Certainly, earning an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor isn’t the same as sleepwalking.

Have any of you Blog-Buddies seen this? A filmic Nocturnal Performance of the Animals…. Please let us know what you thought of it.

Me, I’m content to sample the movie — and Michael Shannon’s performance — by snooping into his aura. Did those small parts of it, chakra databanks, change much? Or did he merely deliver a performance that was surfacey-superb?

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Viggo Mortensen Aura Reading Movie Review

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This Viggo Mortensen Aura Reading celebrates his performance as “Captain Fantastic.”

A Viggo Mortensen Aura Reading Movie Review? Viggo, of all people? For joy! (Quite literally.)

Keep reading and you’ll see what I mean.

At our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews.GRACE T has nominated Viggo Mortensen in “Captain Fantastic.” Thanks, GRACE. 🙂

Amazingly, the star also makes an appearance on my Enlightenment Life List

Of course, being released during the bleak year of 2016, this flick isn’t exactly a joy romp. Definitely don’t expect to spot Frodo. 😉

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Viola Davis Aura Reading Movie Review

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Viola Davis Aura Reading becomes a Movie Review! See how this Oscar nominee really, really stars.

A Viola Davis Aura Reading? Definitely. This is part of our series of Aura Reading Movie Reviews for Oscar-nominated performances in 2017.

Probably you’ve heard that that Viola did a superb job as Best Supporting Actress. But yum, those details are gonna be juicy! Nothing delivers a movie review in more depth than when you read auras.

At our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews, ISABELLA CATES has nominated Viola Davis. Let’s go for it! First of all…

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Academy Awards Aura Readings 2017. A Flash Contest

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Rose Rosetree, inviting you to enjoy Academy Awards Aura Readings 2017

Do you love those celeb-celebrations that come each February? Then enter our new Flash Contest. Academy Awards Aura Readings 2017 will continue a gleeful blog tradition that goes back many years.

Are you already a really huge fan…? Fan of the ways I use energetic literacy for aura reading movie reviews! Well, this contest gives you a chance to win an aura reading of the star of your choice.

Did you catch any performance that you really loved?

Is there any star who makes you especially curious?

Or just as somebody who loves acting, wouldn’t you love to know what makes a popular actor tick? Because this kind of movie review reveals what happened all the way down to the subconscious level, where chakra databanks always reveal an amazing truth.

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Face Reading Spike Lee. First Prize Diversity Contest.

Face Reading Spike Lee
Face Reading Spike Lee, a uniquely courageous filmmaker

Face reading Spike Lee is a kind of first for this blog. Today, for the first time, I’ll profile someone whose creativity specializes in anger.

It’s a righteous anger, I get that. Until I started preparing this face reading, the following thought never occurred to me:

I don’t think I’ve ever watched a movie or TV show or listened to music whose primary purpose included expressing anger. Neither justified anger, nor stored-up anger. Not random anger, and not even the special form of  rage and resentment that gets froze into Goth.

The closest I’ve come has been to watch something that transmuted anger or resentment into laughter. Such as political satire or Saturday Night Live-style spoofing.

How about you, Blog-Buddies? Who is the angriest singer or songwriter you’ve ever loved? Have you ever left a movie — whether Spike Lee’s or someone else’s — and concluded, “Exploring that rage, unfairness, and misery… really was important for me.”

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