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Punishing Smart Kids

Punishing Smart Kids

Punishing Smart Kids. Doesn’t really make sense. Or does it?

Punishing Smart Kids. As an RES practitioner, I have specialties, and this is one of them: Helping clients who are very smart. And who have suffered as a result.

Because extreme intelligence is a great blessing. Fair or not, this can become as challenging socially… as if the person were extremely un-intelligent.

Whatever the personal specialties of any RES Expert, each of us is helping clients with personal growth. And sometimes that includes permanently moving out energetic STUFF we still carry from childhood.

Life Stories — New Face Reading Contest

life stories

Life Stories — telling one’s tale to birds of a feather. Introducing a new Face Reading Contest.

Life Stories. Do they fascinate you, too?

Memoirs and autobiographies… And autobiographical albums — whatever that CD was called, whether personal events were thinly described or the personal element was laid on thick as honey.

Maybe these are the ultimate art form. Because what’s the difference between a snoozer … versus  incredible inspiration? Seems to me, that difference hangs on what? Something pretty slim. Called artistry.

First Age of Awakening Memoir. Like Your Own Story, Too?

First Age of Awakening Memoir? Here’s Rose Rosetree, still throwing her rattle. (As described early in this story of spiritual awakening.)

First Age of Awakening Memoir? Could be.

Amazingly, it’s possible that Bigger than All the Night Sky may qualify as the first. Yes, the first memoir written for this very different era on earth.

And not just because I’m publishing this memoir after the Shift on December 21, 2012.  Plenty of other folks have published memoirs in the last several years. Some great ones! But why might this one qualify as a true Age of Awakening Memoir? Consider the reasons that follow.