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Photo Gallery Fun

Photo Gallery Fun

Photo Gallery Fun includes offering my friend Johnny… a fine shoe to put in his basket.

Photo Gallery Fun. Here’s a shortcut to reading my new memoir. It will take you one click to open up that photo gallery, and maybe one minute of your sweet time in order to see what I’ll preview here.

Yet something this simple can help you to find your way into my new memoir. Or just be a whole lot of fun.

Photo Gallery Fun. Because It Shows WHAT?

Amazingly you’ve already seen photo albums. I’ve just got a hunch.

Blog-Buddies, consider the sheer number of selfies alone that you seen!

Partly you’ve noticed all the changes. Changes of environment. Change of date or love relationship.

And especially if you’re into face reading, haven’t you pondered how certain people’s faces, themselves, change? Not just expression. The physical face itself can change so greatly.

And that’s what you’ll see in this Photo Gallery. Belonging to, Bigger than All the Night Sky. Which is a reflective kind of autobiography. Combining juicy details about my life with an inner perspective. Because some of us (self included) would find objective reality quite a snooze… Unless it was also packed with a vibrant kind of inner reality.

Well, here’s a preview about what you’ll find in the Photo Gallery attached to Bigger. Photos about a can’t-help-it, passionate kind of spiritual seeker… Pictures that reveal so much rapid shift to inner reality? That it even shows physically.

For Photo Gallery Fun, Start Here

Click onto one of the “Free Tastes” at my new book page. Here at the website.

With this next link you can go straight to the Photo Gallery.

Then scroll through the first part, my pictures about growing up. All the way to age 23.

Personally I think you might also enjoy the second part of the Photo Gallery. It reveals quirky family members who light up the tale. But their photos don’t change much. By contrast, here’s what invite you to notice….

Photo Gallery Fun. Due to a Ridiculous Amount of Change

Every single one of my photographs in that photo gallery shows:

  • Completely — and I mean completelydifferent hair. Sometimes naturally curly. Or naturally straight. (And never, ever, any kind of hairstyle.)
  • Huge changes to my face. Obviously faces change due to growing up. But maybe mine changes a little more than most.
  • How many faces — and lives — hit bottom in high school? As shown in the most dismal picture of my entire life. Knock on wood, no later photo will ever be worse than a certain picture you’ll see. In my high school yearbook. Dismal enough, and then the kindly meant caption is quite the zinger.

More Fun If You Read Auras

And I do know for a fact that, by now… Many of you Blog-Buddies have learned Stage Three Energetic Literacy. For instance, having taken one of my online workshops that teaches just that.

Although most people who haven’t discovered RES have no idea. That it’s even possible to do depth aura readings from photos. Regular photos. And yet many of you Blog-Buddies have learned to read auras from photos.

And, thus, here’s my challenge to you. Go ahead and read my aura in different pictures right there. Photos that supplement a book that recounts The Start of Spiritual Awakening.

I think you’ll find a most fascinating validation… About the Life Contract described quite early in Bigger than All the Night Sky. 

Why Do Some Faces Change Faster than Others?

Such a mystery! As usual, I don’t know all the answers. But I did spend 9 1/2 years research exactly this question. Publishing a face reading book about How You Can Find Meaning in Your Evolving Face.

And here’s the essence. The faster a person grows, the more the face physically changes.

For me, personal growth is something that I can’t help but do. And jump-start in others. Some folks love that about me. Others, I suspect, find that I make them really uncomfortable. For that very same reason.

Face, Auras, They Can Change So Rapidly.

Even in my little Photo Gallery. So why is that?

Partly I think it’s related to that personal Life Contract detailed in three chapters of the memoir. (The three hardest to write, actually. And the ones I edited again and again. Because technically it’s not easy to describe in detail… what happens during a Planning Meeting on the Other Side.)

But also, I’m also hardwired in this lifetime to be way more emotional than most people you’ve met.

In case you’re wondering, no. I don’t do this on purpose. But I don’t stop it either.

Most likely, experienced this when taking any of my workshops. Or hanging out with me during a personal session. Typically, in any given minute, I’ll go through 2 or 3  strongly felt emotions.

That just how I’m wired. Something I’ve come to accept.

Finally, I think there’s one other reason for all that rapid change. Being a molecular empath. Also a way that some folks are wired for life. Totally non-negotiable.

Put all that together, and what happens? A rapid, galloping speed of life. And I don’t mean breathtaking adventures in objective reality. Fellow memoirist Bobby Norfolk sure has me beat in that department! (Not that there needs to be any competition.)

Outwardly what was the most dramatic thing that I personally did in the whole 200+ pages? Probably that was to take a certain shower. 😉

But inwardly my speed of life has been always been “fast, fast, fast.” Like the words that tumble out of me. And the personal growth that shows in those telltale photographs.

Let me know how they strike you.

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    Ha, this following comment isn’t directly about “Bigger than All the Night Sky.”

    But today I was contacted by the sweet people who run the Midwest Book Review. Finally they have added a testimonial page. And I’m so glad they selected the quick words I wrote to be part of that.

    Their role in helping indie publishers is vitally important.

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    Also not directly related to my memoir. At least one about me up through age 23….

    I just got off the phone with a client who moved into Enlightenment. Tomorrow I’ll share a blog post. Happy day!

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    Emily T says:

    What a cute photo of you at the top of the post! So delightful!

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    Emily T says:

    Looking at the photo gallery, you can definitely see big change going on, with your photo from your high school days certainly looking very frozen in time compared to the others.

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    Emily T says:

    Or another way to put it, looking very stuck, to me.

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    Emily T says:

    Excited for the latest addition to your enlightenment life list!

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    Kylie says:

    Wow!!! What a treat. Thank you for sharing this.

    I can’t wait to read your autobiography.

    Also excited to hear about the latest addition to the Enlightenment life list!

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    Julie says:

    So wonderful to see these, Rose!

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    An Avid Reader says:

    LOVE the photos!!!!! Thank you so much for sharing them with us!

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    KayCee says:

    The word wonderful comes to mind. Looking forward to enjoying another of your books, Rose, when I am able to settle in for a while and savor.

    Scrolling through, I love the photo of you in Dad’s office. That magnificent tape dispenser commands my respect and appreciation for the history portrayed. Printed words, quality work, father/daughter, and a little girl who will contribute invaluably to the world as she journeys through life.

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    Jean says:

    Wonderful photos. They add so much to the story.

    Especially love the one of Baby Rose getting ready to throw that rattle!

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    Valerie says:

    I really enjoyed these photos Rose. I love hearing about your life 🙂

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