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Reading James Hillman, GUEST POST by Colleen

 

 

Ooh, Colleen has started something by offering to read James Hillman if she can find a photo. Her offer went like this:

I am going to go in a different direction,(away from politicians and celebrities), and request a reading of the brilliant James Hillman, author of the “Soul’s Code”. I have read this book again and again and I know you like it. If I can find a photo of him, I will read his aura and see what I get. (You’ll find the rest of Colleen’s comment here.)

Click here to see a photo, my friend. When you have time, post away. And you other Blog-Buddies, ready to read faces and auras, or do empathic merges, you can’t aim much higher than Hillman.

No Street Sign

 

Which intention for my sessions was most common in 2008?

“I want to open up spiritually.”

And what was my most common finding?

My client had a huge third eye but little energy presence elsewhere, especially at the root chakra.

Yes, that’s a problem.

How come my client couldn’t solve the puzzle alone?

Dr. Patricia Carrington, GUEST POST by Ryan

 

Perceptive Ryan Biggerstaff has done an empathic merge on the great Patricia Carrington.  Before you read on, go ahead and do your own empathic merge or aura reading from a photo in Google Images.  Post your insights as a comment even BEFORE you learn what Ryan has to say, although AFTER would be fine, too!If you have not been to the Emotional Freedom Techniques website, I highly recommend visiting it and reading the auras of the people you find featured on the site. The EFT Endorsements section on the main page is a great place to start. The people on Gary Craig’s site have some of the cleanest,

Liz in Woolf’s Clothing

 

If I must make an ultra-grisly horror movie about a marriage, at least let me add one grace note and turn the title into a sort of pun. Rather than “Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf,” how about I bring in the name of that famous British novelist? What’s she called, Virginia? 

What on earth was Edward Albee thinking? When he wrote “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” was he purposely trying to make the great novelist twirl in her watery grave?

Why Virginia’s Face Was More Than FLUFF

 

My fascination with her Woolf’s work began in high school, where I was a member of The Bloomsbury Group. (In my dreams.)

So much has been written about the author of Fluff and Orlando, my high school favorites. (Did you ever wonder, “Why all the fuss over Virginia Woolf?” These aforementioned lighthearted novels remain the best way to make her acquaintance if you’re both curious and in possession of a library card.) But who has read that beautiful face?

Being Virginia Woolf

 

If a woman could be a better writer, or more beautiful, than Virginia Woolf, who would she be?

Since high school, this writer has been my version of American Idol, only she won the singing contest in print and for real. No writer since has impressed me more, with her distinctive combination of human compassion and the liveliest senses that ever graced a page.

"Cut All My Cords of Attachment"

 

Inquiring minds want to know, what will happen if you make an inquiry about scheduling a session with Rose Rosetree?

Two stories from yesterday show the range that is typical. Here at Women’s Intuition Worldwide, Mitch Weber makes the appointments so that I can be freed up to actually do the sessions, write the books, teach the workshops.

Oprah Winfrey Aura Reading

Oprah Winfrey Aura Reading. It brings us new perspective on why Oprah just couldn’t stay skinny. Open your heart of compassion and join me for this research.

“I’d love for you to read Oprah Winfrey’s aura. I’m still intrigued by the big aura/weight question, wondering if her struggles with weight over the years have been related to her big aura.”

AnnH, you’re the one to make this request, and it’s a fascinating topic indeed.

The Growing-up Dessert

 

Last night, before sleep, I couldn’t get the jingle out of my head. This advertisement  from my childhood was vivid and catchy, only it had one major part missing:

  • Blah, blah, speeelllll something,
  • Blah, blah, speeelllll something,

Blah blah blah blah blah blah, the growing up dessert.

Blah blah blah!

Okay, a major part of that jingle was missing. What was the name of that mysterious product?

No Upper Lips, GUEST POST by Gail

 

“Watching the Republican debate, my interest in face reading was piqued when I noticed that NONE of the presidential candidate had an upper lip! An article by you describing the meaning of this would be timely and of great interest to all.”

Gail asked a great question here. I’m waiting to do detailed readings of the presidential candidates (face, aura, empathic merge, as appropriate) in 2008. Here, just a general comment. Let’s call it an experiment.