Category Archive for ‘* Personal Growth’

Blog Problem Solving


Yesterday, here in Tokyo, a man had a session that he enjoyed so much, at the end he said, “This is the best day of my life, better even than my wedding day or when my children were born.”

If he had been blog-posting that comment, it might never have reached me. Recently I have been receiving emails from Blog-Buddies whose blog comments seemed to drop into a black hole. I’m so sorry! But don’t give up on commenting. When I return to America, in December, I will make it a priority to complete the blog re-design that has been in progress for months. I’ll find some expert help to de-bug, too. Meanwhile, here’s a problem-solving idea.

Stealth Cutting of Cords, a GUEST POST by Ryan


I recently had an interesting dream involving cords of attachment.  I logged onto Rose Rosetree’s website and noticed a header that says “DO NOT CUT THIS CORD OF ATTACHMENT!”

I do not remember who or what this cord of attachment was to,but that shadow part of me that likes to laugh at the whole “love and light” modality decided to go ahead and cut this cord of attachment.  And it felt so good to do something so wrong!

Viewing Intimately


Funny little surveys sometimes spice up my teaching. Students like to participate. I like the occasional shock.Yes, shock. This happened recently with some 70 students after I asked these questions:

  • How many of you have tried to read auras?
  • How many of you have tried remote viewing?

When a Loved One Dies


Sure, if you’re metaphysically minded, you know that “death” doesn’t happen. In the words of my teacher Coletta Long, “You’ll always be in some body somewhere.”Still, death sure feels real, when you lose a human personality and presence. This has just happened to A., someone I hold very dear, and I dedicate this post to her, five strategies that may help when a loved one dies.

Buying Slippers


Konichiwa! United Airlines has successfully brought me to the land of the rising slippers.For this, my fifth trip here teaching for VOICE, I didn’t know in advance exactly where I would be staying. Based on past experience, however, I guessed correctly that it would be both wonderful and strange.

Kyoko Rearranges Her Brain, Just for Me


Quick, what do these jobs have in common?

  • Dermatologist
  • Pet wardrobe consultant
  • Geographer
  • Road engineer

Naughty Flying


What better day to celebrate flying than today? I’m about to spend 14 hours United airlining, sandwiched between low-lying heavens, en route to Japan.

Besides the amazing convenience that so many frequent flyers take for granted, this form of travel is also a way to enjoy sacred time. Prayer is my favorite activity during liftoff, also during landing. In between, I love the sensation of traveling through sky and clouds.

One Prayer Answered, a GUEST POST by Q.


Note from Rose: Clients and students have always been generous about giving me feedback from their sessions. Now that blogging is available, I may share some of the stories. The following comments are excerpted from a beautiful card that I received recently from a client I will call “Q.” It is published with her permission.

The Aura of a Spy


Today’s post is a follow-up to yesterday’s face reading of Valerie Plame Wilson.

Let’s start with auric ability common to many spies. They are experts at sending out highly effective facades. Which is your first reaction, seeing Plame on her book cover?

Valerie the Spy


Strangely, I live in the spy capital of the United States. CIA headquarters is half an hour from my house; more employees than we might think are among us. In “Empowered by Empathy,” I describe what happened when I inadvertently outed a spy, reading her aura at a Borders book signing.