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President Obama — How His Aura Has Changed

Aura readings can tell you a powerful truth.

Aura readings can tell you a powerful truth.

Have you seen this shocking pair of photos? It compares President Obama’s face at his first State of the Union address to how he has looked this January. Thanks to Blog-Buddy ISABELLA C. for flagging this in her Comments 8 and 9 at this blog post.

Why did I wait so long to respond? Because I opted to write a magazine article on the face reading changes. After my Energetic Literacy column is published in the Spring Issue of Pathways Magazine, I will make that comparison face reading available here at my blog.

But guess what? Now that I’ve filed that face reading comparison, I’m raring to go. Are you curious about that other component of a comparison reading? How deeply has our President changed, all the way to his chakra databanks? Let’s find out.

Please, before reading further, note your quick reaction to the comparison photos. If you’re bold, place that reaction into a comment below before reading.

For background on aura reading research, skip to the end of this article.

Root Chakra Databank for Connection to Physical Reality

President Barack Obama in 2009

24 feet. Nervous, under the circumstances. Self-conscious.

Hey, this was the president’s first State of the Union Address.

President Barack Obama in 2016

80 feet. First off, it’s evident in this chakra databank that President Obama has crossed the threshold into Enlightenment. I’ve written about this elsewhere at the blog. It’s still true, despite all the pressures that Barack Obama uniquely faces (and the sad fact that for all who live on earth now, Enlightenment is no protection against extreme spiritual addiction and other problems).

At the same time, his weariness could be enough to break your heart — if you let it.

Even on a surface level, President Obama looked so tired to me.

I have never seen a public figure look so exhausted, not physically and not in a chakra databank either. Except for photos of President Lincoln, late in his life.

Yet this chakra databank also reveals President Obama’s fierce determination to keep doing the good work until his dying breath.

Yes, reading all this causes me to stop for a few breaths of “Oh my God.”

It has been a very long time since I’ve read my president’s aura.

Note: I won’t keep emphasizing the fatigue, beyond bone-weary. Suffice it to say, this shows in every single chakra databank that I read here.

Belly Chakra Databank for Creativity with Solving Problems

President Barack Obama in 2009

80 feet. Joyful expectancy. Newly inaugurated, president is brimming over with creativity.

President Barack Obama in 2016

80 feet. President Obama’s creativity for solving problems flows unabated.

Throat Chakra Databank for Verbal Integrity

President Barack Obama in 2009

80 feet. Graced with a Divine blessing related to recently becoming President of the USA, when the politician brings a pure heart and willingness to serve.

Life feels fresh and new, like a glorious landscape sparkling with fresh snow. Speaking the truth feels easy, as if the new president hopes to benefit from a sort of invincibility:

“I am here to help humanity. I will speak the truth that helps people. That can be Divinely graced. That can triumph.”

President Barack Obama in 2016

80 feet. Power circuitry is strong, suggesting that President Obama has learned how even the tiniest thing he says can have a huge impact.

I also find a nuanced understanding of compromise. Ethical speech, for a president, is an  Olympic-caliber balancing act.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Power Integrity

President Barack Obama in 2009

90 miles. Freshly inauguarated, this first-time president feels the power that has been invested in him. He relates to that power as something sacred.

There’s an expectation that truth and rightness can melt down obstacles.

And President Obama expects (or hopes) that maybe it will be easy for him, getting the results he aims for, so long as he stays in integrity.

Barack Obama is especially hopeful because he knows that integrity of action is non-negotiable for him. I gather, this goes with a belief system that righteousness triumphs in the end.

President Barack Obama in 2016

80 feet. Resolute and meticuous, President Obama soldiers on.

Did you ever marvel how certain comedians do their slapstick routines? Like casually opening a door when the script dictates that, seconds later, Actor Joe is going to “accidentally” slam his head against that door. HARD. Then fall down.

Oh, the political impasse in Washington now… is so not comical, not to people who care about politics.

But otherwise the routine is similar. President Obama keeps doing his best to accomplish progress for his country, despite living in a time and place when he will be slammed every single time. Yet he proceeds as though everything is normal. He doesn’t flinch, either.

I’m talking aura here, folks, not behavior.

Obama’s pattern here of “Try it anyway, then pick myself up afterwards” is unlike anything I have read before.

This is an extraordinary form of life courage, leadership courage, and courage to persist given the physical price being paid every time.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Sharing Power

President Barack Obama in 2009

Fills the room. The new president aims to share power. He delights in possibility.

President Obama glows with a desire to listen, to bring understanding, to compromise in ways that help everyone to progress together, sharing in his generosity of hope.

President Barack Obama in 2016

80 feet. Mostly I notice deep sorrow. For years, the quality of this chakra databank may have been a kind of incredulity. You know, like, “How can the United States Congress meet this few times?” and “How can our highest leaders allow us to default on our debts?”

By now, there are only traces of disbelief. It has been replaced by sorrow. Nevertheless President Obama does what he understands to be right. He strives to share power honorably, as best he can.

And note, Blog-Buddies, I have found only some very human sorrow and grief. Not cynicism or hatred. President Obama is sure a nicer person than I am.

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Spiritual Integrity

President Barack Obama in 2009

Into deep space. This chakra databank has expanded in the situation where this photo was taken.

Even a little writer/teacher like Rose Rosetree has had her aura expand enormously while doing media interviews. There’s just a grace that comes when you’re aiming to serve humanity, you’re doing the human things right, and aha! You’re in a situation where you can have larger impact than usual.

So some of the size and intensity are related to giving his State of the Union Address. Yet there’s also a long-term quality, not situational. President Obama lives with a deep connection to the Divine, supported by a strong religious faith. Ethics are a given for him.

Blog-Buddies, especially you Americans, how do you relate to the historic, so-far non-negotiable, requirement that a serious contender for the US presidency must be a Christian?

Personally, I have found this pretty, well, revolting. Like an institutionalized form of bigotry. And as if religious affiliation meant anything about a person’s integrity or anything else, except for religious affiliation. Bah, humbug!

Yet something related may become a bigger deal as we move forward in the Age of Awakening. Imagine a time when energetic literacy (the full, easy Stage Three Energetic Literacy) is near universal on earth, much as word literacy is now.

Imagine, then, having a requirement for highest leadership that a candidate must have a clear and authentic spiritual connection. I’d vote yes for that, both figuratively and literally.

President Barack Obama in 2016

Out to the moon. Fine and divine. This is a sustaining help for President Obama.

Far in the background of everyday life, his spiritual integrity stays like a lifeline, a golden thread.

Note: The size of this chakra databank is the only one I find out of proportion in this man’s aura in Enlightenment. Feels to me like a special dispensation, a soft kind of grace that keeps him going.

High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill

President Barack Obama in 2009

Fills the room. The Divine glow is unmistakable.

Reminds me of an interview I did that was published in the Washington Post after the presidential election between Gore and Bush went to Bush. I told reporter Michael Powell that I’d been researching Soul Thrill, in particular, for the last several presidential elections. And always the candidate with the biggest, glowiest soul thrill at the High Heart Chakra would win.

Gore had that going for him, in that election. (Which, some of you Blog-Buddies may remember was, just a bit, disputed.)

Barack Obama certainly had the Soul Thrill chakra databank advantage in his competition against Senator John McCain’s tight, angry, and tiny High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill

(And, four years later, an advantage against Mitt Romney’s rather stumpy, rigid, self-righteous High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill.)

Both times debater Obama was elected. In our photo here, even though self-conscious while giving a high-pressure speech, personally the man is in his glory.

President Barack Obama in 2016

80 feet. Glorious, God-filled joy. He is giving this job his all.

Conclusion

Maybe Leonardo DiCaprio will win a his first Oscar for his performance in a movie about an extreme fight for personal survival.

That’s considered entertainment, a story about a man’s wish to not die. (I gather. As noted recently in our Oscar-related discussions and still-live contest, I have zero desire to watch “The Revenant.”)

By contrast, President Obama signed on for an extreme job, protected by hope and audacity, brimming with brilliant ideas.

In his Life Contract, before this incarnation — given what I have learned about Life Contracts from work that I do with past-life regression — I suspect that his soul knew full well what he was in for. This stellar, highly evolved soul agreed.

And he’s been doing it, the near-impossible job of holding this divided nation together.

The job of staying sane for even one term, despite the seriously crazy-making politics.

And not only is Barack Obama doing it. He is giving this sacred political work… his all.

Just One More Thing (Personal)

Like many of you Blog-Buddies, perhaps, I have a prayer list. Every day, I spend a minute or two on that little list.

Why did I never beforeput President Obama and his family on my list?

It didn’t occur to me.

He sure goes onto my personal prayer list now, starting right immediately.

Reading somebody else’s aura doesn’t change that other person. But reading Barack Obama’s aura today has changed me,  caused me to recommit.

You see, Blog-Buddies, in my little way, I have also been used to giving my sacred work everything I’ve got. This aura reading inspires me to recommit: I mean to do that now more than ever. Why? The stakes are higher than I thought.

More about Aura Reading Research with Stage Three Energetic Literacy

The skills for depth aura reading are so important for Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES). Just as mathematics is the language of science, so is aura reading the basis for mind-body-spirit techniques — whether for aura healing or personal growth, and even making rapid progress on one’s path to Enlightenment.

With Stage Three Energetic Literacy, experiences like this become available:

  • Doing a three-part Lie Detector test, with uncanny accuracy and plenty of nuance
  • Previewing a new date sexually (Reading chakra databanks like, “What Joe is like as a lover”)
  • Reading gifts of the soul at the Divine, or Etheric, or Higher Self level
  • Reading the size and quality of any chakra databank —  aura information at the astral or psychic or subconscious mind-level.
  • Reading auras from regular photographs, online or hard copy
  • Reading auras in depth and detail whenever you like, really smart for an Aura Reading Consumer

Here is a useful resource for learning more about aura reading — how it doesn’t have to be psychic development when taught as a form of energetic literacy, our Top 10 List about Energetic Literacy.

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  1. 1

    Fabulous reading. I think Obama is so great.
    Love him. And his family. And his dogs.
    Blessings

  2. 2

    Sweet to hear from you, MAUREEN!

  3. 3
    Sandra says:

    What an inspiration! The President is my hero. Thank you, Rose, for this beautiful post.

  4. 4
    An Avid Reader says:

    Thank you for this deeply inspiring aura reading comparison!

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    Grace W says:

    Thanks for this reading, Rose. I admire President Obama so much and have written to him a few times to tell him so and to thank him.

    Never has a new government policy affected my life as personally as the Affordable Care Act has.

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    Grace W says:

    Last week I was surprised to receive a thank you letter signed by him.

    I realize that his staff probably wrote it, but the signature has qualities that look real and different from an auto pen.

  7. 7
    Grace W says:

    I was told that it’s likely he signed it, as he does regularly respond to constituent letters.

    Whatever the case, (and perhaps it’s my wishful thinking 🙂 )

    I’ve given him loads of credit for just getting up every day and facing what he’s got to deal with.

    To see him take on important issues like he’s been doing in the midst of all that is just remarkable.

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    Isabella C. says:

    Wow, that’s so awesome, Grace! I hope that is his real signature. You could probably find out with a bit of technique time, if so inclined. 🙂

  9. 9
    Isabella C. says:

    If a Democrat wins, it will either be the first woman or the first non-Christian in office.

  10. 10
    Julie says:

    Inspiring reading!

    President Obama is such a great man. The light that he brings, along with committed action and power – wow.

  11. 11
    Julie says:

    I can say he is the only President who has moved me to tears in his speeches.

    In pretty much each major speech by him, there is something that touches me, to the point of bringing tears to my eyes.

  12. 12
    Julie says:

    Whether it is the hope that good can win out, the encouragement that right action can make a difference, or the way he is firm and steadfast in the face of opposition – he is so extraordinary.

  13. 13
    Julie says:

    Persistently doing what’s right, speaking what’s right, acting with truth and integrity – not backing down from the values of humanity.

    He makes my list of most inspiring people ever.

  14. 14
    Grace W says:

    Thanks, Isabella C.! Is using “Questioning” what you were thinking?

    When I got the envelope, I didn’t open it right away because I thought it was another fundraising photo of him, that kind of thing.

    Then when I read it, saw how personal it was, and saw the signature, I felt this really strong (admittedly Stage 1 Energetic Literacy) whooosh! feeling and then, “Did he really sign it?!”

    It was pretty wild. 🙂

  15. 15

    GRACE W, I’m going to leap in here and respond with my instructor’s hat, since that is my responsibility at this RES blog more than ISABELLA C’s.

    (I know she’d do a great job. Just playing my part, you know?)

  16. 16

    The following will make sense to you Blog-Buddies only if you have learned the “Questioning” technique from one of my how-to books. (It’s in many of them.)

    Just use the question, “What can I learn about the signer of this signature?”

    Enjoy!

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    Rachel says:

    Great to read this, Rose.

    Why do you say that the stakes are higher than you thought?

  18. 18

    Because, RACHEL, it wasn’t until I did that face reading about changes to President Obama’s face (for that magazine article), and then researched this comparison aura reading…

    That I had such a visceral sense of pressures that could tear this country apart (or bring a fascist presidential candidate to power).

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    Kristine says:

    My quick reaction to the photos: Wow, what a change. Of the more recent photo, unamused, tired of shenanigans, as if he’s seen and heard enough.

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    Kristine says:

    Thank you for this reading which has so much detail. It is such an inspiration to have a President with this type of integrity, dedication, and commitment. An amazing person.

  21. 21
    Irene says:

    My first impression looking at the photos was: so weary, aged before his time, disillusioned, discouraged, never going to give up but so very, very tired.

    Interesting article. He’s done some amazing work in the world. It’s been fascinating to watch from the outside (I’m Canadian) to see how a country led by someone in enlightenment functions.

  22. 22
    Kylie says:

    Amazing reading Rose. And I’m loving these comments. He is such an extraordinary man, and it makes me so angry, the depth of ignorance and hatefulness he’s had to deal with, since day 1.

  23. 23
    Rachel says:

    Gosh, there’s so much to say about this.

    Not necessarily in the order of importance, here are some more responses from me:

    Firstly I’m tempted to ask which presidential candidate currently has the most soul thrill :-)! (I’m not really expecting you to answer that question…. but it begs to be asked!)

  24. 24
    Rachel says:

    Secondly, about Donald Trump and the possibility of him winning.

    I should first say that, as a Brit, I only have half an eye on the US elections and will not pretend to be anything like as well informed as you lot are! So I’m just commenting on how things look on this side of the world.

    It amazes me that there is a possibility that Donald Trump could win.

  25. 25
    Rachel says:

    I think that prospect amazes most Europeans.

    He just seems like a laughable presidential possibility, a ridiculous buffoon.

    Just this morning I was listening to one of my favourite radio programmes, which is a very funny (to me) ‘news quiz,’ where the panel have to comment on things that have appeared in the news this week.

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    Rachel says:

    There was one section where they talked about Trump and Palin, and, well, I thought it was very funny, so I thought I’d share it here:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02pc9pj/episodes/downloadshttp://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02pc9pj/episodes/downloads

  27. 27
    Rachel says:

    It’s the 22nd January programme, and the bit about Trump and Palin starts about 17:55 minutes in.

    If anyone is interested to listen, I think it will give a flavour of how Trump is perceived on this side of the world.

  28. 28
    Rachel says:

    Thirdly (or is that fourthly), it is shocking to me that Congress should be so impotent and that Obama, as President of one of the most powerful and influential countries in the world, should have such trouble in bringing about change.

    Not sure I can say much more about that. It’s just terrible.

  29. 29
    Rachel says:

    And finally, to end on a more bittersweet note, while I too hugely admire Obama, and this aura reading confirms what an amazing man he is – I feel inclined to add that he has, to my perception, been on the conservative side.

  30. 30
    Rachel says:

    Yes, he’s brought about some great changes to your healthcare, but when it comes to really fundamentally re-imagining the future, rethinking the economy, transforming the way we co-operate with our environment….?

    I’m afraid I don’t see that he has been nearly as visionary as he could have been.

  31. 31
    Rachel says:

    My own view is that people need to have visionary leaders who inspire them. And yes, Obama does that to a certain extent, but he’s not really offering any alternatives, just tweaks to how things are already done.

  32. 32
    Rachel says:

    And in that absence of vision, it becomes much easier for candidates like Trump to have mass appeal.

    Well, I hope I’m not affending any Americans by writing that! But that’s just how I see things from over here.

    Sorry for all these comments! But I found this really thought provoking.

  33. 33

    Okay, let’s open up this one blog post to political comments, something I usually try very hard to avoid at this blog.

    Because my job is teaching energetic literacy skills, serving as an Enlightenment Coach, etc.

    I am glad that at least one of my clients, now on my Enlightenment Life List, is a proud (and politically active) Republican.

  34. 34

    Here’s my compromise. I will avoid personally responding to these comments by RACHEL.

    Hers are heartfelt comments, though, and deserve publication here. So share your thoughts, Blog-Buddies of all political views.

  35. 35

    I do insist upon two ground rules:

    1. Please remember our usual civility here at this blog.

    2. If you present political comments at this thread, please cite at least one reference source to back up your views, at least one link to an article or video clip.

    Did you Blog-Buddies know? In America and other countries there are widely recognized newspapers of record. (See the bottom of the table in the Wikipedia article cited here.)

    In America we have three widely acknowledged newspapers of record:

    * The New York Times
    * The Washington Post
    * The Los Angeles Times

    Thanks.

  36. 36
    Dana says:

    I got teary eyed reading this.

    Coincidentally I recently read a newsletter about “holy audacity” which is described as a trait to ask Source and move forward “as if” despite other signs, even common sense, pointing otherwise.

    Apparently it’s required for what most would call a miracle, an event outside the regular consciousness feedback loops. And a stunning trait for a true leader, as described here.

  37. 37
    Isabelle says:

    Thank you for what you wrote here, Rachel.

    I also live in Europe and have to say that it amazes me, too, how Donald Trump even is a presedential canditate.

  38. 38
    Isabelle says:

    Even though I was happy when Obama won the elections in 2009, I am not as convinced of him and his vision/solutuions as I was back then.

    I find it very, very good that he improved the health care system, so important. But from my point of you – and this I share with many Europeans, I think, the decisions he made were much more conservative than I had expected.

  39. 39
    Gayanee says:

    I’m daring to write a bit before I read. He looks rested, self conscious and excited in the first picture. A lot of courage and ‘fire’. Second, he looks tired, authentic, grounded and confident in his second. There’s a deep peace I perceive in the second picture.

    I have read roses article about Obama being enlightened. Not sure if that effected my ‘sensing’ as I’m very new to energetic litrecy. Now off to read the article.

  40. 40
    Gayanee says:

    This article is very inspiring Rose! It touched me. Thanks.

  41. 41
    Lilian says:

    Oh blob, Rose, what have you done? I’m British too, and when I go to the states I’m well aware that it’s a completely different place. There’s no need to fixate on what is happening thousands of miles away.

    The USA is no longer the dominant superpower it once was after world war II.

  42. 42
    Lilian says:

    Working in an office with Germans, French, Italians, Spanish and Swedish customers and colleagues. it surprises me how different each country is. It’s all different experiments in society and value systems, right?

  43. 43
    Elaine says:

    First picture fresh and new. Second picture resigned, tired.

    Also, his right ear looks considerably longer. I know that’s not what you asked for but it really stands out to me. Now I will read your post.

  44. 44
    Kira says:

    My first thought on looking at the two photos of Obama was how much sadder he seemed in the 2nd.

    I wanted to come up with an adjective other than “sad” because the facial expression seemed a lot more complex than that, but “sad” was the only thing that kept coming to mind.

  45. 45
    Kira says:

    For Rachel, my understanding of our system from civics classes in school and from what I read and hear of current events is that our presidents have to make compromises in order to get anything accomplished.

    When Congress has a majority of the opposite party as the president, fewer things get passed, or they get passed in ways that often please neither side fully.

  46. 46
    Kira says:

    I occasionally wonder what sorts of bills might have been passed if the President and Congress were equally progressive.

  47. 47
    Amanda says:

    I have been so happy to know that America elected this amazing man.

    I’m correspondingly confused at the popularity of Donald Trump in this election.

    The hints of fascism are not confined to the US. British and European politics are displaying some equally ugly and divisive sides.

    None of this takes away from this truly extraordinary, great man. I’m still so happy that he was elected.

    One light makes nonsense of a lot of darkness. At least we all have the chance to compare and contrast.

    Amanda

  48. 48
    Niko says:

    Words don’t and could never describe what I see in those photos.

    Obama looked ready,hopeful,and full of life. He looked like he was ready to help those suffering and he certainly was and he certainly has.

    I can personally pledge to that.

  49. 49
    Niko says:

    But the next photo gives me great pain.

    I see a tired and exhausted man.

    He is tired because he sees people suffering, good, honest people and then he sees policies in effect that only benefit the selfish few at the top.

  50. 50
    Niko says:

    Trying to go against people who don’t care has worn him out.

    And as I write this it makes me want to write him a letter.

  51. 51
    Niko says:

    He deserves to know how much he has helped me and doesn’t deserve all the hate he has received.

    Fortunately the world is changing there are more of “us” and we may be working in the background and sometimes hated or forgotten, but fame is not our goal, our goal is to end needless suffering.

  52. 52

    SANDRA, AN AVID READER, GRACE W., ISABELLA C, JULIE, RACHEL, KRISTINE, IRENE, KYLIE, DANA, ISABELLE, GAYANEE, ELAINE, KIRA, NIKO and AMANDA, thanks so much for every word.

  53. 53
    Grace W says:

    Niko, I encourage you to write to President Obama. It’s easy to send an email via whitehouse.gov

    I shared in another, related thread that the lovely woman I spoke to in the Comments department at the White House said they really do appreciate receiving letters of thanks. Her sincerity was touching.

    I think that the haters are so loud that I can do these seemingly small things to add another voice, one that’s positive. I think it makes a difference and it feels good, too.

  54. 54
    Cathy says:

    I’m glad you wrote this. I’ve always liked Obama, and the last couple of years have thought that he looks tired. Bone tired. This confirms that.

    Also, knowing he is an empath, I wonder how he deals with that, in the job he is in, and the political combat he is in daily. My hat is off to the man.

  55. 55

    CATHY, you’ve asked an important question here.

    President Obama would not have moved into Enlightenment unless he had found some workarounds that helped him to live as an empath.

  56. 56

    However, that doesn’t mean that his workarounds have necessarily helped him as well as much as he would benefit from dedicated skills that are effective for helping empaths.

    Which would mean Empath Empowerment(R). Or other systems that are really effective.

    I don’t know of any others that do this, and certainly no other system expressly designed to help empaths has been trademarked in the U.S. But if any of you Blog-Buddies ever hear of one that seems effective, do email me with the info. I’ll check it out.

    Email is rose@rose-rosetree.com

  57. 57

    Otherwise, DAVID B. has commented about this at the blog in a way that is worth thinking about:

    “Empath Empowerment. I’m still surprised by the discoveries of reading Become the Most Important… and recognizing the lame work-arounds I’d been using unconsciously and the effect it’s had on my life.”

    This is a comment I treasure, because DAVID B. writes as somebody who has lived for decades in Enlightenment. “Lame workarounds” as an empath didn’t keep him from having a high state of consciousness. But he still suffered.

  58. 58
    Cufflink says:

    Really interesting reading. Obama is the man! Really admire the guy.

    Would be cool to see you do a reading of the current presidential candidates and how they compare to each other.

    Would probably open up ones eyes and confirm some suspicions about whether what they’re doing is really for the good of the people or not.

    I would do so myself if I was good enough but I’m new at aura reading.

  59. 59

    CUFFLINK, thank you for your comments. And your enthusiasm!

    At this blog I do not take requests for doing aura readings, face readings, or empath merges. (Unless you’re in a personal session with me, of course, where you can request any readings you like.)

    The exception is contests. We happen to have a contest going on right now, which you are free to enter. Here is a link to it.

  60. 60
    Cufflink says:

    Ah thank you Rose. I was not aware.

    I think it’ll be pretty difficult finding a recent movie with Hilary Clinton or Donald Trump as the lead role haha. I guess I’ll have to leave it out 🙂

    Thank you anyway

  61. 61
    Sarah K. says:

    I love and admire president Obama so much, but I must admit that watching him recently has pained me to the point where I didn’t want to keep watching him speak.

  62. 62
    Sarah K. says:

    I felt (or should I say intuited?) a deep sadness and disappointment from him that is completely understandable given how much backlash he has received when all he has tried to do is help us all.

  63. 63
    Sarah K. says:

    Your reading basically confirmed what I had suspected.

    I’m pleased to hear that he hasn’t given up the good fight or given in to hatred. Oh, I just love the man so much, I wish I could hug him and say thank you.

  64. 64
    Colleen Arcury says:

    Thank you, so much, for a beautiful reading for President Obama. I love him.

    It saddens me how disrespected he has been by many conservatives yet he has not been unkind in return. I have not been at this blog for a long time, though I now remember being one of the early blog buddies.

  65. 65

    COLLEEN ARCURY, how lovely to hear from you. Of course I know you as one of the first Blog-Buddies. I do hope your health is much, much better than the last time you commented here.

    It inspires me, too, how unprofessionally this president has been treated by politicians who could know better. Yet, as you say, he hasn’t been unkind in return. Even highly effective, under the circumstances!

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