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Banish Bad Wealth Habits

Banish Bad Wealth Habits
Banish Bad Wealth Habits — that’s the lead article in my August 2017 newsletter. Learn more here.

Banish Bad Wealth Habits? By that I mean clearing out bad $$$ habits that you might have. Habits that keep you from gaining wealth. Habits that don’t help at all.

Because my August 2017 newsletter is coming soon. And what will be the lead article in this issue of “Reading Life Deeper”?

Oh, you guessed it.

Banish Bad Wealth Habits — Huh?

Money-Making You, it really is possible. Unknowingly you might have some once-good habits for making more money. Habits that now are weighing you down. And I don’t mean like carrying too many gold bars in your jeans. CONTINUE READING

More Harmony in Your Life. Newsletter Announcement

More harmony in your life? That happens automatically when you follow the new rules for The Age of Awakening
More harmony in your life? That happens automatically when you follow the new rules for The Age of Awakening

Monday is Publication Day for “THE NEW STRONG.”

In its honor — and yours — a special treat awaits in this issue of my monthly newsletter, “Reading Life Deeper.” In this June issue, I’m going to share an excerpt from that upcoming book, a peek at something very closely linked to your happiness and success in life:

How to live in harmony with life. Given how life really works in The Age of Awakening. 

In many important respects, this differs from how life used to work.

This short chapter from ‘THE NEW STRONG” may shock you, since it begins by negating one of the most popular things you have heard about this new age. CONTINUE READING

Molecular Empath Seiji Ozawa, Joyful in the Spotlight… All the Way Down to His Chakra Databanks

Announcing an aura reading to bring you joy
Announcing an aura reading to bring you joy

Okay, okay, so far this Oscar season our Aura Reading Movie Reviews have been just a tad depressing. Although I’m still hopeful that we will find at least ONE pretty happy film actor this year.

Now for something completely different. For my February newsletter I’m going back to the Kennedy Center Honors for 2016, where I found joyful Cicely Tyson just in time for the January issue. This time I’ll return to read venerable conductor Seiji Ozawa. As it happens, since then the 80-year-old musician has just won his first Grammy award for the year’s best opera recording.

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

Graduate from “Whimming” Through Life, a Guest Article by STEPHANIE THOMAS

Stephanie Thomas, featured in "Reading Life Deeper"
Stephanie Thomas, featured in “Reading Life Deeper”

Yes, the December newsletter is being prepared for Monday release. It will contain a fabulous article by molecular empath STEPHANIE THOMAS. (Here is a link to her website, Stone and Mist.)

Also you’ll learn about surprises concerning my first-ever book catalog.

If you haven’t signed up yet, scamper over to signup at The Official Rose Rosetree Website. See why the newsletter is called “Reading Life Deeper.”

You’ll never get spam. Just something tasty to read.

Comment below after you have had the chance to see the surprises in my last newsletter for 2014.

Ready to Explore? Then check out my upcoming newsletter.

Help for you Brave Explorers.
Help for you Brave Explorers.

Blog-Buddies, let’s experiment. How might it wake up your life if you explore something new today?

Exploring doesn’t have to begin with hiring a sailing ship. Experimentation need not require that you employ The Scientific Method. Here I mean experimenting in life. Which is your birthright… awakened through a simple use of free will.

Why bother? The passage of time might inspire you. How many weeks does 2014 have left in it, anyway, seven? And how many days, or weeks, in this year were (understandably) spent just reacting, regrouping, recovering. By contrast, experimentation that you initiate? Now that’s LIVING.

This is your time-sensitive invitation, to receive my November 2014 newsletter. Sign up today! We aim to send out this newsletter issue this Monday. CONTINUE READING

Empath Merge on The Photo That Broke Twitter — and a Contest about Surface Star Wattage of Nine A-List Movie Stars

Nine -- Count 'em -- 9 stars were in "The Photo that Broke Twitter"
Nine — Count ’em — 9 stars were in “The Photo that Broke Twitter”

“Ellen DeGeneres takes a selfie for the ages from the front row during the Academy Awards telecast” proclaimed the New York Daily News.

Maybe you saw the TV broadcast.

Maybe you were not surprised when, later in the broadcast, host Ellen DeGeneres proclaimed, “”We got an email from Twitter and we crashed and broke Twitter. We have made history.”

Sure, Twitter was temporarily shut down. Why wouldn’t this have happened? Reporter Caitlin Dewey put it well in an article for The Style Blog at The Washington Post, “DeGeneres asked for retweets on a massive live broadcast that reaches 40 million people, which would seem to tip the scales.” CONTINUE READING