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Mindfulness Meditation. Recommended If You Hate Yourself

 

Mindfulness Meditation. Know anybody who brags because they’re doing this form of spiritual practice?

Mindfulness Meditation? The idea sounds so sweet, so reasonable.

Who wouldn’t like to be more “mindful”? But read the research here, done with RES consciousness-probing skills that haven’t yet gone mainstream.

The research I share with you today might change your mind about the alleged benefits. Yes, I’ll be giving you a warning. For a rah-rah article, look elsewhere.

Rose Rosetree’s Face Reading Secrets. Videos!

Rose Rosetree’s Face Reading Secrets. Yes I’ve been reading faces for many decades. And through many hairstyles.

Rose Rosetree’s Face Reading Secrets — bring ’em on!

Did you know that I’ve made a little collection of YouTube videos? Well yes I have. And today I’ll give you links to a lot of them.

Easy ways to start learning how to read faces. Fun!

Real Smiles. A Bigger Blessing than You Knew

Real Smiles. What is their impact on people’s auras?

Real Smiles. Sure, in theory you know they’re a good thing.

But what if they might be a bigger blessing than you’ve ever guessed?

Today I’ll share with you some aura reading research. It reveals the spiritual power of a real smile, even with strangers.

Introducing RES to Friends. Effective Approaches.

Introducing RES to Friends. Sure, ring some bells to wake people up. Just do it gently.

Introducing RES to Friends. Suppose that you think RES could really help a friend of yours. What’s an effective way to speak up?

Today’s post was prompted by a comment yesterday. Articulate Blog-Buddy HOLLY wrote, here, about finding it difficult. Yes, articulate HOLLY found it hard, introducing RES to friends.

“Sometimes it helps them more if I don’t mention RES.

“When I do say something about RES, they think that is validation for what they heard from “people with gifts” or “people who see ghosts”. Then they go even deeper down that path.”

Celebrating 50,000 Comments Here, 3 Book Giveaways

Celebrating 50,000 Comments at the RES blog, here’s our simplest kind of contest ever.

Celebrating 50,000 Comments Here… I’m going to give away three books. And our three winners will each get to choose their own prize.

Here’s how it will work.

Question Meditation. (Why Erase Your Sense of Self?)

Question Meditation. Although teachers won’t tell you this at the start, meditation erases your sense of self.

Question Meditation. And I don’t mean, “Question which type of meditation is right for me?”

Neither do I mean a popular question in today’s online dating: “How many days a week do you meditate?”!!!!!!! Yikes!!!!!

Instead, I mean, “Question doing any kind of meditation at all.” Here’s why.

Enlightenment-Style Personal Growth. Maybe Shocking, But True

Enlightenment-Style Personal Growth — let’s see if this article can bring a practical understanding that helps you.

Enlightenment-Style Personal Growth. After crossing the threshold into Enlightenment, who grows faster?

Those in Traditional Enlightenment or those in Age of Awakening Enlightenment?

Thanks to Blog-Buddy LOGAN MICHAEL for raising this question in his Comment #20 here:

Self-Realization Seeking, Consciousness Is Key

Self-Realization Seeking. Solving the problem of the self.

Self-Realization Seeking, what can help you? Let’s explore how consciousness-related skills — and experiences — can help you to progress along your unique spiritual path.

Graduation Celebration. Joyful Persistence.

Graduation Celebration for many in the Engineering Dept. at the University of California, Berkeley

Graduation Celebration. This time of year, graduations happen a lot. Blog-Buddies, is your family having one this year? Please comment below. So that all of us in this informal, amazing community can celebrate together with you.

Also, of course, this is also Memorial Day weekend in America. Do any of you have stories to share of that kind of perseverance?

Seems to me, military courage and academic courage have a lot in common. My main family of three — Mitch, me, and The New Ph.D. — we sure got off easy. Since our son did the cushy, academic kind of service to society.

Ridiculous Ratings + How to Protect Yourself

Ridiculous Ratings — hilarious to you? Or pretty darned annoying?

Ridiculous Ratings. Really, ridiculous! So let’s dedicate this article to how you can protect yourself from this nonsense.

I’m referring to the constant collection of data that is coming to dominate business. Yelp-type ratings. Consumer ratings.

When I shop at my neighborhood drugstore, it happens, for instance. Gladys, the cashier, hands me the required receipt. Then she circles part of it. And then comes her usual request. “This is where you can rate me.”