Monthly Archive for January, 2008

Funny Thing About Superbowl Superstars

“It’s a funny thing about those quarterbacks” my husband told me. I had just told him about my upcoming face reading profile for Link.

“The quarterbacks for the Superbowl couldn’t be more different. One dates a supermodel and lives in high society. The other is salt-of-the earth, more like Gomer Pyle.”

Face reading Eli Manning, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, Tom Coughlin


Blog-Buddies, here are excerpts from today’s interview in Link, a newspaper in Hampton Roads, Virginia. My comments are in the Friday issue, available locally through the weekend.

 This Superbowl season, don’t be an armchair quarterback. You could be a face reader instead! Physiognomy, or reading faces for character, is even more ancient than kicking around a pigskin.

How Skilled Are You as an Empath?


Many gifted people are wondering, “What kind of an empath am I?” These empaths are just starting out on the path of becoming skilled.

Being an empath is a common concern for aura readers. Often, you first realize that you’re an empath because you have been experimenting with a technique for reading auras. One minute you’re doing the technique, same as anyone else in your class. The next minute you are having personal experiences, whether physically, emotionally, intellectually or spiritually.

50 Databanks


Blog-Buddies, we’ve been having a lot of conversation recently about reading auras. Specifically, you’ve been responding to my claim that you can learn to read 50 different databanks in every major chakra.

All (or most) of you have learned about this revolutionary discovery in the aura reading field from my last book, Cut Cords of Attachment: Heal Yourself and Others with Energy Spirituality.

RAGE in the CouRAGE of John McCain


Here we continue our face reading of Senator John McCain. Use any favorite head shots you can find, and expand, through IMAGES at

very angled brows 

The Data: Check out the shape of each eyebrow, looking at the top edge. On each brow, you’ll see a hinge where the hair changes direction.

The Talent: Quizzical thinking, where McCain never accepts events as they are presented. He’s driven to interpret constantly. Call it extreme intellectual independence.

The Unpredictable Cheeks of McCain + A Secret the Media Keep


Among leading Republican candidates, John McCain appears to be rock solid, the most dependable.

After all, on any given day, or speech, how outrageous will loveable Huckabee be? Adaptable Romney’s views, forcefully delivered, seem to shift with the polls. But McCain? He has won a reputation for staying power and dogged honesty.

Tribute to Heath Ledger with Aura Reading, Face Reading


Some actors are enormously evolved, spiritually. We watch them and enjoy their auric modeling. (That means the way people receive a contact high from another person’s aura.)

Heath Ledger, found dead yesterday, at 28, was such an actor. He was also one of the very gifted ones who would take a role, acting all the way down into changes to his aura.

The Urge to Merge


It’s coming. It’s coming soon. My next Empath’s Empowerment Intensive will be held February 8-10, with seven group meetings that build on each other to change your life for the better.

It is the ONLY time I will offer this Intensive all year — except when I’m teaching it in Japan…

A Rare View of Hillary Clinton


Senator Clinton’s face is unusually expressive for a politician of either gender. Speaker Nancy Pelosi, for instance, seems wooden by comparison. (Or more dignified, depending upon your perspective.)

Even someone without Clinton’s mobility has something else going on facially. It’s far more revealing than expression or body language. Are you counter-culture enough to see it?

Power-Packed Hillary’s Face


My strategy for reading all the major campaigners is simple: Faces first, faces all around. By the time I’ve done with the majors, we’ll see who’s left. Then I’ll do aura readings and, if it feel safe, empathic merges. This is the usual order I’d recommend whenever you use deeper perception. Start with the most casual, simple, fun parts and go deeper only after you’ve decided that a person qualifies to receive more attention from you.

With Hillary Clinton, it’s a pleasure. After all these years in politics, her mouth still is positioned firmly in the middle of her face. Right off, that’s a rare sign of integrity as a communicator. This