Monthly Archive for December, 2007

Looking for Good Guys, a GUEST POST from Gloria


Just in time for the new year, “Gloria” has asked the kind of question so big that answering it could become a year-long project.

I realize that a big blindspot of mine over the years has been in picking up on patterns of deception and control, especially in men.  

Spill Your Secrets, a GUEST POST by Ann H.


The following Guest Post by Ann has been adapted from a previous comment. I hope you’ll want to respond by sharing your perspective about “The Secret.” Maybe you’ll also wish to share a secret or two of your own. Another option is to use Deeper Perception to read Joe Vitale, of “Secret” fame.

Contest Ends Dec. 31


Blog-Buddies, here is an update on our posting competition. Yes, we’ll soon have a winner of our December Comment Contest.

The prize is a Personnel Profile for the photo of your choice. These reports are so much fun, I have done dozens just for one person who started eating them up like pretzels. You could ask me to profile a friend, someone at work, the celebrity of your choice, or YOU.


Family matters. Always, your family can be God and you. Others? Optional.

Family celebrations! During the Christmas season, it’s a good time to remember. You can always have family. Family of blood. Family of choice. Or simply God & you.

Peter Jackson’s Well Directed Creativity, a Face Reading


What do you want most for Christmas? It isn’t too late to ask. Those stores are still open on Christmas Eve. Of course, today is also the 11th Day of Christmas to those of us who bring the future into the present at this blog community.

Above all other gifts, many of us would choose creativity. One of my favorite celebrity stories concerns the late Shari Lewis, the ultra-creative and brainy entertainer, who was eating in a restaurant with her husband, Jeremy Tarcher. Her

Consumer Smarts for Choosing a Psychic




Psychics and psychologists are tied in first place as the readers I had most in mind when writing Cut Cords of Attachment.  

In the part of America where I reside, grotesquely cinched in with The Bible Belt, psychics are discriminated against routinely. If I only turn on my radio, I can hear “men of God” fulminate against the dangers of psychics and astrologers. This strikes me as especially ludicrous during the Christmas season. What were those Three Wise Men who found Jesus anyway?

Choosing a Psychic like Sonia Choquette


Sometimes a person just needs a psychic. If Deeper Perception ever was useful, that time is now.

Don’t choose based on the obvious. Fame is not always easy for psychics. I can think of two major American psychics who once possessed the most delicious purity. Now they merely have fame, money, big followings. Poor things! I won’t be reading them here.

Perfume for Dogs?


Pausing in our big survey of celebrities, let’s brainstorm, Blog-Buddies. Today I read in The Washington Post that Bloomingdales has begun to sell a rather intriguing gift: Perfume for dogs.

Okay, what would you put in the bottle?

I’ll start: The smell of someone who feels happy, but only the special fragrance at the nape of the neck.

Reading Kurt Cobain for Drugs


Kurt Cobain lives cheerfully among the stoners. His poster proclaims it. You can blow it up if you dare, to read along with me, by our usual method of click and copy and drag at the corners. But, as I explain later, I hope that you won’t.

Our 8th day of Christmas is about reading people who take drugs. The late grunge singer makes a fine poster child, as suggested (directly and indirectly) by two of our Blog-Buddies.

Does Jackie Warner Pass the Hype Test?


On our Seventh Day of Christmas, the theme is fun! Recreation! Make that professional recreation! Plus certified entertainment! And, of course, the fun of Deeper Perception.

Bring on Jackie Warner, of the Bravo reality show “Work Out.” She’s impressive as an entrepreneur, as well as an athlete. In her short life, she has been amazingly successful, plus an undeniable discipline shows in that body.