Fame beyond 15 minutes, per person, per lifetime in this self-conscious age… that can be tough to handle. Enter our latest contest if you are curious about a celebrity or politician who seems to have been changed a lot, whether for good or ill.
Is there anyone really famous who remains untouched by all that notoriety? Sometimes a mouth glides all the way to the right, no matter how much cosmetic surgery has been done.
What does that kind of change mean?
Even tracking the physical face changes, through face reading, can be so complex, so fascinating. With the talented Doreen Virtue, for instance.
You can see a relatively current photograph at the Doreen Virtue website but… as added to this blog post in 2015… I wouldn’t particularly recommend opening up that website or checking out recent photos of the New Age superstar. Because she has moved into extreme spiritual addiction, like so many other New Age superstars.
After considerable hunting, I found this earlier picture which seems to date from 1999. So many millions of books ago for this incredibly influential writer!
Note: Over time, links can go bad. And legally I don’t have the rights to show celebrity photos, so I can’t display them here other than providing links. But you can easily go over to Google, type in the person’s name and the blog post date, then search on images. Click on a good image, preferably current with the time of the reading here at this blog.
It would have been fascinating to compare photos from the times of these earlier books by Doreen. To me, they seem refreshingly human-related, rather than angel-related. It would be so interesting to find some Doreen-related photos from titles like these:
- My Kids Don’t Live With Me Anymore: Coping With the Custody Crisis
- Chocoholic’s Dream Diet
- In the Mood: How to Create Romance, Passion, and Sexual Excitement by Falling in Love All Over Again
- Yo-Yo Relationships: How to Break the ‘I Need a Man’ Habit and Find Stability
When pictures are available, we can research, Blog-Buddies: Writers. Athletes. Royalty. You name it.
So let’s pursue some Deeper Perception about people who matter to you.
Yes, I’m announcing our latest contest.
How did fame change a public figure who interests you?
As usual, there are requirements for entry. There is a closing date. Afterwards, up to three winning entries will be selected.
Maybe your nominee for consideration has changed for the better. Or maybe your contest has suffered fame-related problems. Our recent reading of Dave Chappelle might be considered an example of the latter.
Each winning entry will receive a post here at Deeper Perception Made Practical. And, as part of the fun, you get to choose whether this is to be a face reading or an aura reading. Just ask me to compare apples to apples, oranges to oranges, faces to faces, auras to auras.
How to enter our latest contest for a free reading
Enter with a comment about the nominee of your choice. To be considered a contest entry, your comment needs to include all the following:
- Supply the name of your candidate.
- Describe what that person is famous for, plus at least one unusual thing the person has said or done as a result of all that public attention.
- Add one or more links to a webpage about that persons specialty. Or changed behavior.
- Supply two photo links to your nominee, one-click type links: One before the fame kicked in and another afterwards. Each photo must be a full head shot, i.e. Show the complete face and neck from the front.
- Choose a face reading OR an aura reading as the type of Deeper Perception you would prefer.
Final date for entries to this Fame Change Face Reading and Aura Reading Contest is December 1, 2012.
Yes, you may enter as often as you like.
As the winner, you will receive a free aura reading or face reading of your nominee. Here at this very blog, where energetic literacy shows the specialness in every person, famous or not.
Let’s end today’s quote with a quote about fame, courtesy of The New York Times. Reporter Benedict Carey interviewed Orville Gilbert Brim, a psychologist who was completing a book called The Fame Motive. Describing the motivation certain people have for fame:
Its like belief in the afterlife in medieval communities, where people couldnt wait to die and go on to better life, Dr. Brim said. Thats how strong it is.