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Face Reading Parade. A Contest to Inspire.

Face Reading Parade

Face Reading Parade. May it inspire you.

Face Reading Parade. Every day, you and I march in a parade of faces. But meaning is lacking.

Not now, though. Our latest contest is meant to inspire you.

Just think of our most recent post, Face Reading Treat. Thank you, Jessica and Derek Simmons. Both the faces in our tale of everyday heroism… were perfect. How did these two people possess exactly the leadership needed?

Face reading their soul-level characteristics helped make it clear.

And, to me, the “All Things Considered” radio interview that I heard yesterday only confirmed the qualities of leadership that I had found in Jessica Simmons. Her Out-Angled Right Ear. Her Smile Structure…

I Love That Kind of Parade. How About You?

Spontaneous leadership from everyday people just saved a family from drowning, and also saved the lives of a sweet married couple who tried to help but never bargained on the power of that hidden rip tide.

Everyday heroes! Their soul-level gifts activated by free will! And there you had it. An everyday miracle.

Face readers can find inspiration even when no drowning is at stake. The inspiration shows right in each face. Then more delight piles on as you learn the juicy human details.

A Cycle of Inspiration. Yours for the Finding.

Life’s Face Reading Parade can bring that. Inspiration, pure and simple.

Here’s how it works.

  1. Just choose someone of interest to you.
  2. Find a clear head shot, like what’s sometimes called a “mug shot.”
  3. Then use the system of Face Reading Secrets® to spot distinctive face data.
  4. This doesn’t come with a hyperlink, you know. And no yellow highlighter pen is supplied. Instead, like any spiritual art. Beauty must be found be the active eyesight and choice, of the beholder. So finding that potential soul-level beauty is on you!
  5. Interpret away. For this, I’d usually recommend the how-to book “The New Power of Face Reading.” Except, in the case of a contest like this one.
  6. Learn details, human-type details of the particular situation.
  7. Then find the inspiration. Like when Jessica described that human chain of rescuers, seemingly met by chance.

Such Inspiration! Just Read This Interview Excerpt.

SHAPIRO: And these were people who had never met before that day. When this rescue was done did everyone just sort of split up and go their own ways? Did it feel like something had changed?

SIMMONS: No. We all came up on shore. And when we got up to almost ankle-deep water everybody started cheering, you know, clapping, cheering. You know, we saved these lives. And I remember getting pats on the back. It was like thank you, thank you. And then everybody separated. It was like they were destined to do it and they knew they had to do it, and then they went back to their own lives. Each person went back to their own family.

SHAPIRO: (Laughter) Wow.

SIMMONS: It’s hard to explain, but it was so remarkable to see how people jump to somebody’s rescue and then just go about like it was nothing.

Everyday Face Reading Parades

Often You March There for Practical Purposes, Not Inspiration

There you are, marching away in your daily parade. The family parade, maybe right where you live. Or the parade of faces where you work. Neighbors parade by. And if you live in a post-postmodern neighborhood by mine, that means seeing dogs (even a rotweiller, belonging to my newest neighbors); I’d estimate that my block now averages at least one dog per householder.

Many of my neighbors have guns, too. That’s America now. Although not yet averaging one gun per household. I guess. I hope. None of those nasty things in my home, I promise you!

Meanwhile, back at the parade that counts, the human kind. The parade with meaning…

You might have many purposes when reading faces for character. Like what?

  • Sorting through all those dateable faces at Tinder. Or whichever social networking site you tavor.
  • Better understanding your co-workers or clients.
  • Finding some redeeming qualities to make your life more tolerable. (Could be a member of your extended family or the neighbor next door.)
  • Learning to love your own face, rather than feeling ashamed of it.
  • Communicating better, thanks to deeper perception.

Face Reading Parade at This New Contest? Pure Inspiration.

Just choose your public figure’s face of interest. Then enter away!

Three prizes! Each one a free face reading!

To learn more about where I’m coming from as a face reader… You might enjoy this recent video I’ve made live on YouTube.

Contest Rules Go Like This

  1. Choose a candidate who inspires you. Somebody at least 18 years of age.
  2. Supply the name of your candidate.
  3. Please supply a photo link to your nominee, a one-click type link. Please choose a photo clearly showing that person’s face from the front.
  4. Describe why this person is important, because not all of us may be familiar with that public figure of your choice.
  5. Summarize why this person inspires you. And is worth winning one of the three prizes. A free face reading.
  6. Final date for entries to this Face Reading Contest is September 1, 2017.
  7. So let’s have fun with this, Blog-Buddies! Enter as many times as you like.

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  1. 1
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Blog-Buddies, besides commenting with your official nominations, I’d love to learn your reaction to that human-chain story.

    Including the voice of Jessica the Rescuer. During the four-minute interview here. (Just click on the arrow on the upper left corner of your screen.)

    Personally I’ve never heard such a story, ever. How about you?

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    Liane says:

    For me the story of Jessica the Rescuer brings to question destiny versus luck. All those people, were they destined to be there at that moment? Or was it luck that so many willing souls were in the right place at the right time, with a couple of fearless leaders?

    Bottom line is it doesn’t matter one way or the other…. just curious.

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    Kylie says:

    Very cool story, Rose. I’ve heard similar stories, and I’ve had similar experiences, though I can’t pull one to mind.

    The announcer made a big deal about strangers helping each other–that’s not so surprising to me. Situations like this often bring out the best in people. But because they are rare, people forget how good it feels to work together…

  4. 4
    Kylie says:

    Great contest, though it may take me awhile to think of a public figure. Lately the news has been very full of uninspiring public figures.

  5. 5
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Your question is interesting, for sure, LIANE. It’s pretty obvious from her interview that Jessica the Rescuer believed it was destiny.

    I’m not an authority on that; my view is to let people have their own beliefs and to help them move forward given their beliefs. (So long as the beliefs don’t cripple them, in which case I’ll discuss my perspective in a session.)

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    Jnana says:

    Can I please nominate JK Rowling.

    She pulled herself from the depths of a deep depression and made her way to enlightenment.

    I like every interview of hers, every word she says.

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    Jnana says:

    And of course there is the grand legacy of the Harry Potter books that generations of children to come are going to devour.

    Also, we really have to put right the fact that there is nothing of this brilliant author on this blog.

  8. 8
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Eloquently put, JNANA.

    Although it isn’t “nothing” at this blog that Rowling is listed on my Enlightenment Life List. (Inspired by you, actually. 🙂 )

  9. 9
    Jnana says:

    True, Rose, but it does not show when using the blog’s search engine.

    Is a second nomination allowed?

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    Lilian says:

    OK, I was wondering where the comments here would go. Here’s my suggestion. Brody Dalle.

    So, she’s a singer/songwriter with a brief period of success with the punk band the Distillers. I like a lot of different music, so she’s def not my fav listen.

  11. 11
    Rose Rosetree says:

    JNANA, I get a lot of requests and expectations for my personal blog. But I think it’s a first that somebody complained that a particular public figure didn’t show up in my search engine.

    Pretty funny….

  12. 12
    Rose Rosetree says:

    You raised an excellent point in that Comment #9.

    Definitely, enter this contest as many times as you like.

    And I went back into the rules for entry, towards the end of the post, and mentioned that there. Nominate away, JNANA!

  13. 13
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Good start there, LILIAN.

    Please remember to include Point #3 for Contest Entry — the photo link.

    Also, another “Point of Entry” would be Point #5. I’m not quite sure that “she’s def not my fav listen” would count as why she inspires you. 😉

  14. 14
    Kylie says:

    It could take me a long time to find a public figure truly inspiring to me–with the exception of yourself, Rose.

    So, here’s a public figure, a comedian/actor whose movie I actually enjoyed.

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    Kylie says:

    These days, a movie I enjoy is a very rare treat.

    The comedian’s name is Kumail Nanjiani and he is Pakistani-American.

    He wrote and acted in the movie “The Big Sick” a movie about how he met and fell in love with his wife.

  16. 16
    Kylie says:

    Because she is not Pakistani, he hid his relationship with his girlfriend from his family until she has a huge health crisis.

    I haven’t even seen his stand up comedy. He seems funny, honest and gentle.

  17. 17
    Kylie says:

    I think we need a lot more movies like this, that tell stories outside of the Hollywood norm. Here is a link to an NPR article about it

    and here’s an image.

  18. 18
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Blushing a bit over that Comment #14, KYLIE.

    Thanks for a fascinating nomination, too.

  19. 19
    Lilian says:

    OK, I just took a sec to condense my thoughts. What inspired/inspires me is the story arc of her life and how I relate to that.

    There’s really not too many people, in general, that I relate to in terms of life story arc. So even tenuous links are appreciated.

  20. 20
    Lilian says:

    You can look up aspects of her life on the internet. What inspires me are the genuinely difficult circumstances she had growing up.

    I guess the abusive father, single, poor mom thing wasn’t so unusual, but she was also sexually abused for a lot of her childhood and that wrapped up in a court case at 18.

  21. 21
    Lilian says:

    You can hear the rawness I’ve felt in her music. So songs like “Die on a rope” and “The gallow is god” mirrored my attitude at the time.

    It was all about survival. The raw emotional energy speaks volumes. And you can see she had some adventures in her late teens and twenties, with an early marriage and getting free from that and so on… That energy is really all you have.

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    Lilian says:

    If you come from a background like that, you learn to power through on your own energy and your own brains.

    That’s the gift of that situation.

    You have the opportunity to grow balls and be a bit more creative. You also make loads of mistakes…

  23. 23
    Lilian says:

    Her band broke up in 2006. She became addicted to meth, got depressed and lost her mojo. She had a baby (with a husband) and had to face being a house mum and a source of stability.

    I related to what she said about that. My own initial burst of survival energy petered out in my late 20s, and I was left wondering what kind of adult I was heading to be.

  24. 24
    Lilian says:

    Here’s some of that in her own words.

  25. 25
    Lilian says:

    But then Brody seemed to just persevere and take responsibility for her emotions and not lose her common sense.

    She’s actually a pretty brainy person. She and her husband seem to serve as a source of stability in the community of LA musicians.

    I really admire people who can keep in touch with their “heartbeats” I guess and stay emotionally honest, while integrating that into a well-rounded adult life.

  26. 26
    Lilian says:

    There’s lots of side thoughts I could share. But there’s something in her story about maturing past periods of intensity to create your own sense of stability on your own terms. And the end point not being Enlightenment (lol) but just self knowledge.

    I really admire anyone who grows and learns a lot in their lifetime.

    A good interview.

  27. 27
    Lilian says:

    So that’s me trying not to write too much. Sigh. Anyway, this photo has good resolution.

  28. 28
    Rose Rosetree says:

    What a fine job, LILIAN. Thank you.

  29. 29
    Lilian says:

    She’s the one on the left.

  30. 30
    Lilian says:

    Here’s the final thought. Now, musicians that I have been acquainted with were similar to scientists I have known in that they can overly identify with what they do for a living.

    This leads to overwork, personal problems (drugs), health problems, people having various forms of arrested development and so on…

  31. 31
    Lilian says:

    The thing with Brody, is that she seems to have grown out of that and just does what she’s inspired and loves to do, and fits it round her kids.

    Otherwise, she could easily be churning out similar stuff for a decade now, boring the pants off people.

  32. 32
    Lilian says:

    I think she’s teaching her husband to do the same. Women are so awesome. I think I’m repeating concepts. My crush has reactivated, I think. lol.

  33. 33
    Rose Rosetree says:

    What an intriguing thought in Comment #31, LILIAN.

    If boredom could cause pants to fall off, would indignation un-knot a tie?

    And just how many people of all grumpy persuasions might become involuntary nudists! 😉

  34. 34
    Lilian says:

    Well grumpiness makes people unravel… 🙂 At all their seams.

    What I meant, is that, thought her fans from her hey day (and current cult following) pressure her to do more of the same, (and she could have kept going with that, even though she felt she’s outgrown that kind of sound) she’s stubbornly decided to explore different sounds. I like that kind of stubbornness.

  35. 35
    Kylie says:

    For my second nomination I’ll nominate Hiyao Miyazaki. He is a Japanese director, screenwriter, manga artist and cofounder of Studio Ghibli.

    I have loved many of his anime films, like Kiki’s Delivery Service, Castle in the Sky, Howl’s Moving Castle, and My friend Totoro.

  36. 36
    Kylie says:

    His films are so beautiful and subtle, and always touch me.

    He looks very wise and humorous and I’m guessing must be multi-talented.

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    Sandra says:

    I nominate Trevor Noah, current host of The Daily Show on Comedy Central.

    He is a South African, born in apartheid, from a black mother and a white father. Funny and inspiring in turns!

  39. 39
    Gillian says:

    Just to clarify, re: comment 31, it’s a common British expression, “to bore someone’s pants off them.”

    Have no idea of its origin.

  40. 40
    Rose Rosetree says:

    I figured, GILLIAN.

    Also thought, responding to somebody from the land of Monty Python, etc., I could make a joke.

    Wouldn’t it be fun to make extra expressions for different occasions? Like “So boring, he melted the toupe off the President.” 😉

  41. 41
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Wonderful nominations, SANDRA and KYLIE-san! Thank you.

  42. 42
    Sarah says:

    I’d like to nominate Justin Baldoni, star of TV show Jane the Virgin.

    I admire him because he seems like a genuinely good person and family man using his fame to spread a positive message.

  43. 43
    Sarah says:

    He is vocal about his love for his wife and daughter and his beliefs about the importance of being a good person.

    You can see many pictures on his Instagram:

    Or one click picture here:

  44. 44
    Sarah says:

    I’d also like to nominate Tyler Joseph, lead singer of the wildly popular band Twenty One Pilots.

    Something about Tyler is magical to me. I think he is an empath (though I’m not sure face reading has anything to do with that?) and I just find him captivating.

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  46. 46
    Lilian says:

    Thanks for the nominations guys. It’s a good way of finding out about interesting people.

    Right, so that expression doesn’t exist in the US? In the UK pants means underpants, so the expression is extra naughty. :-p

  47. 47
    Rose Rosetree says:

    LILIAN, that’s useful info. Now I’ll really be watching for folks who undergo that degree of boredom. 😉

  48. 48
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Thanks for your nominations, SARAH.

    Of course, face reading does not reveal empath gifts. Why not? Because empath gifts are about qualities of consciousness.

    If you thumb through “The NEW Power of Face Reading” you’ll find that faces are immensely informative. But they don’t reveal subtle patterns of how people are wired to use their consciousness.

  49. 49
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Later this year I plan to release a 10-lesson first online workshop for empaths, and also a 5-lesson free intro.

    Keep reading this blog, SARAH, and you’ll be in the know.

  50. 50
    Kylie says:

    One more nomination, the pianist Helene Grimaud.

    I find her inspiring because her piano playing is very intense. I love her version of Rachmaninoff. I think she must be a very passionate and driven person.

    One interesting tidbit I found online: “Hélène Grimaud experiences synesthesia, where one physical sense adds to another, in her case seeing music as color, which helps her with memorising music scores.”

    Another interesting fact is that she is very passionate about wolf conservation and rescue.

  51. 51
    Chloe says:

    My nomination is American Actor Adam Driver-most recently of Star Wars fame as playing Kylo Ren.

    He is inspiring to me because after his discharge from the US Marines he went to Julliard for drama.

    He has since funded a non- profit for Arts in the Armed Forces.

  52. 52
    Chloe says:

    He is a very talented actor who says that he “doesn’t feel like a celebrity”.

    In this fame hungry world how is it he, who has “made it” in Hollywood, stay humble?

    Is that written in his face?

  53. 53
  54. 54
    Chloe says:

    Another nomination I have is American actress Drew Barrymore. She has packed so much into this lifetime-being born into a 400 year family acting dynasty, early fame as a child actor, overcoming addiction, notoriety,absent parents, challenging love relationships, come back after come back.. it is fascinating to me.

  55. 55
    Chloe says:

    Fun fact-she is still the youngest person to ever host SNL! (She was 7 at the time).

    I love watching her in comedies, and she has such a unique beauty. I’m curious what face reading would revel about Drew.


  56. 56
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Wonderful nominations, CHLOE.

    Thank you.

  57. 57
    Christine Proctor says:

    I would like to second Kylie’s nomination of Hiyao Miyazaki.

  58. 58
    Lilian says:

    OK, here’s a couple more nominations. Co-inventor of CRISPR, Jennifer Doudna.

  59. 59
    Lilian says:

    CRISPR is a big deal in the science community. It allows for genome editing. She developed this technology in her fifties. I love it that its women (her and Emmanuelle Charpentier) who first suggested this. Most of biotech is very male-dominated.

  60. 60
    Lilian says:

    And here’s a more controversial science lady: Nina Fedoroff. Also in biotech and has the National (US) Medal of Science.

    She’s the president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). She lobbies for science, in an anti-science climate.

  61. 61
    Lilian says:

    Sorry, she was president of AAAS. What she says is slightly controversial (like about the potentials of GMOs), but its important to hold these discussions. Here’s her latest TED talk:

    And here is her face:

  62. 62
    Lilian says:

    Hopefully, they have interesting faces.

  63. 63
    Lilian says:

    Extra note: I can t underscore how big a deal crispr is… it s a big big deal.

    also, my fan article about brody aside, she has some chronic immune thing, which I think puffs up her face a lot. Her face looks puffy then not, and that would make a face reading difficult.

  64. 64
    Rose Rosetree says:

    This contest is now complete. Except for the prizes. 🙂

    I’ll be doing those face readings in this merry month of September. And supplying links in brief comments below.

    Here I want to thank every Blog-Buddy who commented or nominated. Wonderful contributions!

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