Does “Hip-Hop Guru” Russell Simmons have the chops to talk yoga? I just read a blog article by Saraswati, who monitors “Celebrities Talking Yoga,” and am doing a crude version of “Trackback” by cut and paste. (See my humble request for tech tips at the end of this post.) First, here is the original provocative post by Saraswati at www.yogahub.org :
Yet another famous person is singing the praises of yoga. In the Sunday issue of The New York Times Magazine, “Hip-Hop Guru” Russell Simmons confesses to practicing yoga and meditation every day. He also says he has read “The Autobiography of a Yoga” by Yogananda (although he claims he can barely read). CONTINUE READING
One luscious voice has left the world, with the death of tenor Luciano Pavarotti. Let’s celebrate his talent Deeper-Perception-style, by reading his lips.
For blog-style background on face reading, click here. For a photo of the great singer, see this fine one published in USA Today. (Yes, eventually I will figure out how to import photos and not have them practically be the size of a football field; I’m still new to this and wanted to post this profile now, not later.)
After I sing out about this great artist, remember that I’ll be listening for your comments, so read him deeper or simply sound off. Especially you aura readers and skilled empaths. What do you find in the great man’s throat chakra?
Loveable actor Owen Wilson’s suicide attempt was a shocker. Although not his greatest fan, I have enjoyed watching him perform. My immediate reaction was to wonder what about his troubles would show in his aura. I’d also like to read about some of the gifts of his soul, those unchanging super-deep components that everyone has. CONTINUE READING
Photos tell a deeper truth, if you let them. Often celebrities place media stories about how they are suddenly either good as new or else reinvented: Recovery from that rehab clinic? Instant spiritual conversion? Oh-so-over being bumped from that TV show?
For commentary, I’ll flash on that photo, but I won’t look in a way that lets me be manipulated. How many images are we shown every day? Most are expertly contrived to persuade us at the surface level, with pert expressions, stunning pose, flattering lighting, touch-ups, etc. But nobody can cover up what shows with deeper perception. CONTINUE READING