Posts Tagged ‘Maryam Mirzakhani’

Consciousness Lifestyle #4. Aura reading of Maryam Mirzakhani in Enlightenment

Genius can unfold like a huge beach umbrella

Genius can unfold like a huge beach umbrella

Consciousness Lifestyles — let’s conclude our series with some inspiration.

No mere abstraction, Consciousness Lifestyle creates big consequences for how we live, how rapidly we evolve, the friends we make… even the version of reality that we live in.

Consciousness Lifestyle #4 is Enlightenment, a state of consciousness we often explore here at the blog, including my personal Enlightenment Life List.

Maryam Mirzakhani may already be familiar to you Blog-Buddies, thanks to previous articles Face Reading Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, Part One and Face Reading Fiesta with Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, Concluded.

While doing the research for these articles, I paused to do an aura reading technique and hooray! I received that delightful surprise of encountering someone who was living in a clearer reality than passes for normal, currently, here on Earth School.

Perhaps, in our lifetimes, Enlightenment will become the new “normal.” Meanwhile, it is a delight to research this new member of my Enlightenment Life List.

Face Reading Fiesta with Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, Concluded

Ringing the praises of mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani

Ringing the praises of mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani

What makes a brilliant mathematician tick? Let’s continue our face reading of Maryam Mirzakhani.

Check in the mirror to see if you have any of these attributes. Sure you might have some face reading data in common.

You see, the spiritual alphabet of Face Reading Secrets(R) works the same way for any face reading data you share with her. Any one of these characteristics on your face will mean the very same thing.

Except for how you deal with the “potential challenge.”

Face Reading a Genius, Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, Part One

town crier

Hear ye, hear ye! (What, that idea of bell ringing to celebrate winning a big prize? That has got to be one of the funnier anachronisms for a weblog.)

Announcing the First Prize Winner of our Contest to Admire, mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani. Not just any highly ranked female mathematician, either. Maryam Mirzakhani has won The Fields Medal, a.k.a. “The Nobel Prize for Mathematics.”

Iranian by birth, she is now working in the U.S. as a professor at Stanford University. In the world of professional mathematics — and beyond — it’s a very big deal indeed that Professor Mirzakhani is the first woman ever to win this, the highest recognition within the field of mathematics.

As noted by Blog-Buddy ZOFIA in her contest winning entry (Comment 15):

“Pure maths is a very male-dominated world and is very competitive.

“However, she looks like a calm, chilled out person. It’ll be interesting to see how she relates to abstract thought in her aura.”

First prize in this Contest to Admire means that in today’s article I will do a face reading of Maryam Mirzakhani. Then a Part Two. As a follow-up, I will create an aura reading of this remarkable woman. And, yes, I will be emphasizing themes of calmness versus competitiveness, plus Maryam Mirzakhani’s way of relating to abstract thought.