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    Liz in Woolf’s Clothing

    If I must make an ultra-grisly horror movie about a marriage, at least let me add one grace note and turn the title into a sort of pun. Rather than “Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf,” how about I bring in the name of that famous British novelist? What’s she called, Virginia? 

    What on earth was Edward Albee thinking? When he wrote “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” was he purposely trying to make the great novelist twirl in her watery grave?


    It’s a cruel irony that the author of Mrs. Dalloway would be linked to the atrocious movie starring Liz Taylor and Richard Burton. Woolf is among literature’s greatest at depicting marital woes, a specialist in the Deeper Perception of many forms of unhappiness and also joy.

    As for the movie? Did you miss it? You’re lucky. My mother took me to see it back when I was in high school. She loved it. I’m still recovering. CONTINUE READING

    HSP or Empath? GUEST POST by Ann

    Blog-Buddies, originally this was a comment to a prior post about Oprah, but Ann has raised so many interesting points here that I am turning this into a Guest Post in its own right. HSPs, what do you think of the ideas posted here? 

    I had a light bulb/aha/’duh’ moment tonight about the issue of Oprah being emotionally intelligent and sensitive, yet not empathic or highly sensitive. I’ve been mulling this and what came up for me tonight is how I think that I’ve been fooled at times by ’sensitivity’ and even the ‘highly sensitive person’ label.

    Being an empath and an HSP and after reading this thread, it dawned on me that one can be an HSP, be an energy worker, work in fields that require and value sensitivity — and not be an empath — at all. CONTINUE READING

    Why Virginia’s Face Was More Than FLUFF

    My fascination with her Woolf’s work began in high school, where I was a member of The Bloomsbury Group. (In my dreams.)


    So much has been written about the author of Fluff and Orlando, my high school favorites. (Did you ever wonder, “Why all the fuss over Virginia Woolf?” These aforementioned lighthearted novels remain the best way to make her acquaintance if you’re both curious and in possession of a library card.) But who has read that beautiful face? CONTINUE READING

    Being Virginia Woolf

    If a woman could be a better writer, or more beautiful, than Virginia Woolf, who would she be?


    Since high school, this writer has been my version of American Idol, only she won the singing contest in print and for real. No writer since has impressed me more, with her distinctive combination of human compassion and the liveliest senses that ever graced a page.


    Here I am, the Woolf admirer, all grown up. Some of my high school buddies have even retired. Not me. I’m having the time of my life, with this blog community sharing my passion for Deeper Perception.

    So many of you have made requests for me to read some of your heroes. I realized, I want to begin the series with this offbeat choice of my own. Not all of you graduated from college as literature majors, but I hope you all will enjoy my two-part tribute to Virginia Woolf. CONTINUE READING

    Encouraging Shape-Shifters, a GUEST POST from Holly

    “Holly” is a teacher, a skilled empath, and very interested in applying what she learns to life situations. What do you think about her latest discovery?

    I’m very excited about what’s been transpiring with a student I work with privately on accent reduction in connection to your teachings and our work together. There are a few threads here that I’ve been eager to share with the community at Deeper Perception Made Practical. Here goes… 

    The student is the most fascinating language learner I’ve ever encountered. He is Israeli and a gifted artist and animation student at my school. He speaks near native speaker-like English, yet wants to perfect his accent. CONTINUE READING

    This Holiday Season, GUEST POST by Sharon

    Sharon Greenspan is a life coach who specializes in “coaching you to balance the being and doing in all areas of your life with a sense of delight.” Here are three tips from her for having a happy holiday season.

    And if you’re used to seeing cute tips and superficial ideas, unglaze your eyes. Remember, this blog is about Deeper Perception, and Sharon does an extraordinary job of bringing depth to the field of life coaching. I respect her work enormously.1. Act from inspiration.Whether you’ve made your list or not, there are myriad things to do and only so much time in which to do them. Rather than focus on doing and the uncertainty of where to begin, take a moment and think about how you’d like to feel. CONTINUE READING

    “Cut All My Cords of Attachment”

    Inquiring minds want to know, what will happen if you make an inquiry about scheduling a session with Rose Rosetree?

    Two stories from yesterday show the range that is typical. Here at Women’s Intuition Worldwide, Mitch Weber makes the appointments so that I can be freed up to actually do the sessions, write the books, teach the workshops.

    One client, “Hannah,” phoned about “cutting my cords of attachment.” Mitch listened carefully, as usual, and asked follow-up questions. Turned out, Hannah was perfectly satisfied with her life, had no significant CONTINUE READING

    Deer in Headlights Can Talk

    One Monday I’m sitting among the ultra-polite travelers at Narita airport. I’m eating lunch, serenely if clumsily using my new gift of monogrammed chopsticks.

    Exactly one Monday later, I’m driving down a crazy stretch of suburban highway, headed toward a speaking engagement in Oakton, Virginia. White lights curve opposite me, one lane on either side of the yellow dividing line.

    Heading up one hill after another, I must resist the urge to break completely at the top until I can see what awaits me on the other side. Instead, I keep driving way too fast, like everyone else on the road. CONTINUE READING

    Why Oprah Couldn’t Stay Skinny

    I’d love for you to read Oprah Winfrey’s aura. I’m still intrigued by the big aura/weight question, wondering if her struggles with weight over the years have been related to her big aura.” AnnH, you’re the one to make this request, and it’s a fascinating topic indeed.

    Any photograph contains a hologram of your aura. And that energy field is packed with information.  Auras always tell the truth, a truth that involves a lot of information. For instance, in my latest book, Cut Cords of Attachment, I can teach you to read 50 databanks of information in any chakra. That’s a whole lot more revealing than the pop culture idea that all that really matters is being thin. Below, I read a variety of databanks, using three different photos to compare and contrast.

    Oprah Large


    The photo dates from 1987. (No larger version is available. It was really difficult to find any photos online from Oprah’s “fat period,” even though it lasted for years. By contrast, finding Oprah skinny was easy, even if this lasted just a blip in her overall career. Isn’t that a fascinating reflection of what America values culturally?)

    You could consider this photo a triumph of dieting, or the human will, or the human spirit. Of course, you might also call it one big victory for America’s vanity culture. We will, however, sidestep this sort of labeling and simply use Oprah’s “thin” photo as way to explore the real benefits of extreme dieting. How much did becoming thin help the mega-star’s aura? Click here for a larger version of the photograph.
    Medium-Sized Oprah

    In our photo from this year, Oprah is wearing a dress she likes so much that she named it “Pink princess.” The photo reflects Oprah’s much-discussed weight gain related to thyroid problems, something I’ll discuss from an aura perspective at the end of this article. For a larger version of the photo, click here. CONTINUE READING

    The Growing-up Dessert

    Last night, before sleep, I couldn’t get the jingle out of my head. This advertisement  from my childhood was vivid and catchy, only it had one major part missing:

    • Blah, blah, speeelllll something,
    • Blah, blah, speeelllll something,

    Blah blah blah blah blah blah, the growing up dessert.

    Blah blah blah!

    Okay, a major part of that jingle was missing. What was the name of that mysterious product? CONTINUE READING

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