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    Aura reading of Lady Gaga

    January 31st, 2011 by Rose Rosetree

    Lady Gaga, dressed in her raw aura

    So far, we have done two face readings of the amazing, talented star. Although none of her previous photos showed Lady Gaga wearing one of her famous costumes made of raw meat.

    Face reading is fun because of the back-and-forth (reciprocal) relationship between the inner person (a.k.a. Your soul!) and the physical face. (Whatever you look like now, whether you have had cosmetic surgery or not; it still counts.)

    Auras also change over time. Gifts of the soul last as long as a person has a particular chakra databank. But reading auras in detail really requires that we don’t only consider that ideal/etheric component of a person. Instead, it’s important to read the whole chakra databank, STUFF included.

    What will we find about this highly influential and outrageous entertainer?

    Aura Reading Background

    I’ll be using the aura reading technique in Read People Deeper: Body Language + Face Reading + Auras. You’ll find this technique for accurately reading auras from photos starting on Page 35.

    That book can familiarize you with hundreds of chakra databanks, those portions within major and minor chakras where someone with full energetic literacy can research gifts of the soul and STUFF pertaining to many different areas of life.

    Chakra databanks were first introduced as a concept, far as I know, in Cut Cords of Attachment, a how-to about doing healing with Energy Spirituality.

    Then the understanding about chakra databanks was made refined, and even illustrated, in “The Baby,” the book published late last year, Magnetize Money with Energetic Literacy.

    Any of these three how-to books can deepen your understanding of aura reading. If you want something quick ‘n easy, you might want to read the FAQs and articles at the Official Rose Rosetree website.

    For today’s article, I’ll be using the photo at the top of this post, with a photo credit to mnn.com. To open it up in a different window, so you can copy it and then pull on corners to enlarge, use this Lady Gaga Aura Reading Link.

    Stefani Germanotta, back in the day

    I’m also going to read her pre-cosmetic surgery, as in the “Before” photo shown here. To open it up in a different window, so you can copy it and then pull on corners to enlarge, use this Lady Gaga back as Stefanie Aura Reading Link.

    However, I would recommend that, for this particular celebrity, you stick to face reading. Blog-Buddies, definitely do not do a Skilled Empath Merge on Lady Gaga. I would even advise against reading her aura unless you are a very experienced aura reader. Meaning no disrespect, and not knowing in advance what I’ll find, it could be pretty messy.

    Aura reading isn’t a casual thing, no matter how experienced you are at this form of energetic literacy. This is a very intimate kind of knowledge of another person. Gutenberg literacy, right on the surface, is recommended in the case of researching Lady Gaga — unless you are extremely experienced at doing this kind of research.

    Connection to her physical body, aura reading databank at the root chakra

    As Stefani: 2o feet. She’s very physically aware, has a great deal of talent for physical intelligence. Stefani is sensuous. This brings depth to her singing. She’s a very embodied soul, drawing great power (and emotional comfort) from her physicality.

    When performing in a meat dress: 3 inches. Pushing herself to fulfill The Anorexic Ideal, Lady Gaga is detached from awareness of her physical body. (Often this is the price to pay when a person works so very hard, and with such discipline, to live way leaner than is naturally comfortable for this particular body.)

    Lady Gaga moves her body like an expert puppeteer, using it to perform in ways that help with her art. Her consciousness is no longer mostly localized in her physical body. Instead there is an ongoing experience of detachment.

    Her human birthright — gifts of the soul — about emotional stability, comfort, and sensuality are not working, really, right now.

    Instead, STUFF and habits of ignoring the physical self are in place. The dynamics of detachment cause Gaga’s connection to physical body to be radically different  on a pretty permanent basis.

    At best, we could say this ambitious performer is using her body in order to advance her career. The physical body has become a responsibility, even an object, to her. (To some degree, this happens with many A-List performers.)

    Presence while performing, aura reading databank at the root chakra

    As Stefani: Fills the room, plus several inches. Tremendous need to engage the audience is joined with total commitment to make herself memorable to fans.

    Sexual energy, in particular, is blasted out to the audience. Very human pain and suffering are also projected, amplified strongly, as though it is safe for her audience to feel all this in the context of sexual healing being provided by Stefani.

    And this is no empty promise. At this point in Stefani’s career, sexual healing is what she does best energetically as a performer.

    When performing in a meat dress: Fills the room, plus several inches, but in an entirely different way. Paramount is her need to be known by fans, make an impression on them, be adored even. The call to “Love me, adore me, love me”  is now Lady Gaga’s main projection.

    Her presence is negotiating a kind of energetic deal with the fans: “If you will treat me as an idealized, goddess-like really important personality, I will join with you and with the collective consciousness of all my fans. You will be connected to something bigger than yourself, like having a huge number of friends at a social networking website.

    “If you allow yourself to flow with my music and energy, I will guide you to somewhere really important. Leave your troubles behind and join with my glamour and outrageousness.”

    Verbal integrity in personal life, aura reading databank at the throat chakra

    As Stefani: 25 feet. Blunt, courageous, honest, unwilling to put unpleasant truths into denial, enjoying her role as a destroyer of illusions and a nonconformist. (Yes, like Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart — though dressed somewhat differently — Lady Gaga has come into this lifetime on the ray of Shiva.)

    When performing in a meat dress: 2 inches. Playing the part of “a diva,” whether performing or not.

    Cher did this a lot, during her decades of super-stardom. I believe this is why Cher’s face maintained an uncanny symmetry for somebody with such great celebrity. Cher’s personal life wasn’t different from her private life, right side not different from left,  because the superstar purposely relinquished having much of a private life.

    Cher’s aura, however, was not nearly so complicated as Lady Gaga’s.

    Communication while performing, aura reading databank at the throat chakra

    As Stefani: Fills the room, with a multi-dimensional presence that makes her particularly effective at communicating not just to the conscious minds of her audience but to their subconscious and unconscious levels.

    She’s a transformer. She communicates with the audience to shake out illusions and, thus, help people heal.

    (Ironic, I know, given the direction her own career later took. But when ILLUSION is a big category within, consequences can be set in motion that seem quite different from the original. “Illusion” can be an entire Ph.D. program for a soul here at Earth School. For this particular soul, it seems to me, this particular Ph.D. is the main topic of depth study.)

    When performing in a meat dress: 10 inches. Again, entirely different from the Stefani kind of performance.

    Lady Gaga does a highly focused kind of communication that plays with a person’s mind, moving quickly (through vocal quality, musical notes, and content of lyrics) to keep listeners absolutely fascinated by her.

    Keeping her fans focused on her has become tremendously important to this performer. And instead of projecting out a strong energy, she now pulls the listener in. Think 10-inch vortex.

    Sharing power with her audience, aura reading databank at the solar plexus chakra

    As Stefani: Fills the room, minus 3 feet. Sharing her own growth in this lifetime, what she has learned through painful experience, Stefani helps to empower her audience. The overall message is that it is okay to do the best you can, keep sticking up for yourself and going for what you want, even though this feels difficult.

    “I have done it. You can, too.” That message is a big part of her appeal, through auric modeling, when she performs.

    When performing in a meat dress: 5 inches. Again, there’s a vortex-like energetic configuration. Apart from the highly disciplined physical life required to keep looking like rail-thin, glamorous, Lady Gaga, other aspects of personal power are flung away like so much cheap confetti.

    Instead, Lady Gaga is selling a style of living according to the principle of “Give in. Stop struggling to be anything in the corrupt and worthless Establishment. Stop working so hard. Let yourself be whatever you want to be. Dare to become careless and casual with your life, going only for what pleases you in the moment. Everything will work out fine.”

    Call it resignation, or letting go, or lack of needing to use your will power any longer — this is a way of handling power by abdicating it. No worries (to the max)! Lady Gaga is “educating” her audience into making “whatever” into an acceptable, even cool, even ultra-glamorous, way of being.

    Conclusion of this aura reading of Lady Gaga

    Here’s an odd question, related to my experience of this last chakra databank. Every star inspires some fans. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Lady Gaga has inspired many fans to emulate her semi-plastic, glam, lifestyle. Or to strive for extreme thinness.

    Beyond that, I wonder if Lady Gaga’s big fans find themselves more comfortable in life because, under her influence, they have stopped working hard, pushing hard, to better themselves.

    I wonder if the main way she effects fans is this: To help them feel as if, through your association with her, you become part of a group of people who are also way cool. And doing this is enough, like being part of the in-crowd back in high school.

    If you are truly cool in this way, just being oneself without striving, fulfills all that you need. What else is there to expect out of life?

    Are any of you Blog-Buddies currently big fans of Lady Gaga’s music? If you do listen a lot, has she helped you to “relax and stop pushing so hard”?

    And, whether or not you have fallen under this particular glamour-tinged spell, how do you feel personally about the importance of doing  what the Gaga auric presence advocates?

    Personally, I have no interest in the “relax and flow downstream” way of living. Yet this world has room for so many ways to move through any given lifetime. What is YOUR preference?

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    30 Comments on “Aura reading of Lady Gaga”

    1
    Jane said:

    I love Lady Gaga’s music. Whenever her songs come on the radio, I automatically turn them up. I can’t get enough! I think they do help me relax and not push so hard.

    January 31st, 2011 at 5:41 pm
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    Here’s a fun exercise you could try, Blog-Buddies. Since I have recommended that you NOT join me in reading Lady Gaga’s aura, here’s an idea.

    1. Choose a goal you have over the next several months, something important to you. (Here I’ll call that “Your goal.”

    2. Close your eyes and notice how you feel in mind and body. Open your eyes.

    3 Use this link to listen to a song crooned by Stefani:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NM51qOpwcIM

    3. Think of your goal,close your eyes and notice how you feel in mind and body. Open your eyes.

    4. Use a link to listen to a song from Lady Gaga: Help, Blog-Buddies, I just spent 20 min. trying to find a good link that works on my ancient computer and admit failure, but perhaps one of you can make a suggestion?
    5. Repeat Step 3.

    What did you notice? Do share?

    January 31st, 2011 at 5:54 pm
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    Anonymous said:

    Rose, wow, this is fascinating. I wonder what is going on at her throat chakra and third eye. Out to the moon?

    I am not a fan myself, not even sure I could recognize a Lady Gaga song, but certainly I recognize her from all the outrageous photos. I think I recognize the vortex pull you talk about.

    One thing that has always struck me about celebities… not sure how exactly to put this… it seems that the mere fact that other people think about them gives them a strange attraction, energetically. I mean I sense this “pull” that isn’t them so much as it seems to me to be the mass of other people (fans).

    January 31st, 2011 at 7:11 pm
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    Marcia said:

    Time for a nice shiny new PC!

    Here’s a Lady Gaga video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrO4YZeyl0I

    January 31st, 2011 at 7:41 pm

    Rose, might this link work?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrO4YZeyl0I / a song called “Bad Romance”

    I was sad after reading your look into her aura – I can’t imagine what it’s like to so completely submerge who you are and what it does to you on a soul level. Fame and power are heady drugs but it all catches up with us at some point.

    Interesting but sad.

    January 31st, 2011 at 7:48 pm
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    MARCIA, how great to hear from you. :-)

    Yes, Mitch started ordering my newest PC back in December, but then that model was discontinued so he went back to his meticulous research. The new one was ordered today….

    As I crunch and mechano-snort my way through adding this comment, I do want to THANK my very reliable if “ancient” computer from 2003, and implore it to keep on serving me faithfully until the new one arrives.

    January 31st, 2011 at 8:25 pm
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    JANE, that is so great! Thank you for sharing your very first comment about this latest exploration of fascinating Lady Gaga.

    And, of course, you are enjoying the healing power of an artist. I know how serious and deep you are, so Lady Gaga is the very person to help you lighten up.

    If you lived in a fantasy world most of the time, she wouldn’t do such a balancing act. But you! Jane! Why not have more of that freedom?

    xox

    January 31st, 2011 at 8:27 pm
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    LISA, it IS sobering and thought provoking, how much people can change. And what they may do because the personal path is so compelling.

    I do believe that energetic literacy is useful for looking behind a performer’s or politician’s image to find out about that person’s Who-You-Be.

    January 31st, 2011 at 8:30 pm
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    Elaine Warfield said:

    Last year I had one of Lady Gaga’s songs, Paparazzi as my ringtone. I really found her and her videos fascinating.

    But then my son mentioned to me about different symbols and things she uses in her songs and videos, almost (he claimed) like mind control type things. Like the sheep following the herd, and I just felt uncomfortable after that with her music.

    February 1st, 2011 at 12:11 am

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    February 1st, 2011 at 1:50 am
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    Jody said:

    Rose this aura reading is so interesting.

    My sister went to a concert where Lady Gaga was the support act, a few months before she became very famous. My sister thought she was an amazing and engaging talent, even better than the main act of the concert.

    I am not a fan, but I have followed her path because I was curious about how quickly she became so famous, how connected, supportive and genuinely devoted she seemed to be to her fans, and her unique style of self-expression and dress sense (and wondering how can she not be turning blue with cold when wearing only a skimp of an outfit outdoors in winter!)

    But over the past few months I got the feeling that Lady Gaga has become a bit of a caricature of herself, or something. She is very stylised now, but her essence doesn’t seem to be very there anymore.

    I read this quote from her:

    “I’m already crazy. I’m a fearless person. I think it creeps up on you. I don’t think it can be stopped. If my destiny is to lose my mind because of fame, then that’s my destiny. But my passion still means more than anything.”

    And I felt sad and a little bit mortified that someone would willingly lose themselves to such a fickle thing as fame. Would she even still be able to access her passion then, because I thought passion was about Self expression.

    February 1st, 2011 at 1:53 am
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    Grace W said:

    I tried the fun exercise you suggested, Rose. Wow!

    I’ve been aware of Lady Gaga, though haven’t focused on her and don’t know that I could connect her with her songs if I heard them and I didn’t know that she started out as Stefani, so I came to this fairly cold, though I did read your readings.

    When I listened to the Stefani song, I was pretty much instantly captivated by her presence and that voice. What a beautiful quality it has! A couple of minutes into the song, I caught myself leaning toward the computer. I was really struck by the quality of her voice and the energy she was projecting. I felt very excited about ‘my goal’ by the end of it.

    When I watched the Bad Romance video…wow, what a difference! I knew sort of in passing that she often wears these wild get ups, but had never really paid attention.

    So as I was watching, instead of being drawn in and captivated, I found myself having one reaction after another. “She looks like a work of art.” “I wonder why she decided to get all that surgery.”

    The music had a very different effect on me. I didn’t feel drawn in, but only watched the video for a while to see what the next outlandish costume was. The song was fun, but the energy was completely different. I really get what you were saying about the focus being more on wanting people to be fascinated with her. The effect was jarring, so I didn’t have the same feeling about my goal that I had with Stefani. A huge difference.

    It would be fascinating to learn the story of how/why she evolved in this way. I wonder if she chose to make all these changes herself or if it was others suggesting she do these things, if it was some big vision she had for herself or if it gradually happened.

    What a contrast.

    February 1st, 2011 at 2:11 am
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    Amanda said:

    Lady Gaga’s evident appeal has completely passed me by. My kids are getting into the radio now and listening to the charts, and though I enjoy a lot of it I find her songs unedifying and repetitive.

    I don’t like the thought of those lyrics being drummed into my kids subconsciouses and I’ve taken care to discuss how silly they are with them so at least they’ve got some awareness.

    All of which makes me a fuddy-duddy mummy!

    Amanda

    February 1st, 2011 at 3:00 am
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    Primrose said:

    The most interesting thing about this post is how incredible your analysis is Rose. I really like it. It’s subtle and thoughtful and creative.

    Makes me think of something I heard about Poe being translated by Baudelaire. Apparently the translation adds another wonderful dimension to Poe’s work. One sensitive artist interpreting another, and that’s what I think you’ve done here.

    February 1st, 2011 at 4:09 am
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    Alexey said:

    Rose, it’s been very interesting and educating to read your aura research of Lady Gaga!

    February 1st, 2011 at 5:48 am
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    Alexey said:

    Her “sharing of pain” explains why she has so much violence and disturbing images in her clips.

    February 1st, 2011 at 5:55 am
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    Jane said:

    Thanks, Rose! That’s funny. I guess people who are already wild and crazy don’t need to listen to Lady Gaga. It might push them over the deep end:)

    February 1st, 2011 at 12:56 pm
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    Jordan said:

    Hmmm. Really interesting reading, as always.

    My impression of Lady Gaga has been… disappointment. Like – at first glance she seems so interesting and full of promise, but once you explore a little deeper it’s just a big blah void of nothing.

    Her lyrics are ridiculously boring and shallow. You see her in one of her insane outfits and think there might be something more there, something interesting… but, in my opinion at least, not really. There’s a crazy outfit, and then there’s… nothing? A fame whore? (excuse moi).

    It’s the same hearing her interviewed. I kind of expected her to be smart and have something interesting to say. But not really.

    I do like some of the things she stands for, like gay rights and being okay with being different or weird. And yeah, “Paparazzi” is fun to sing along to. But so are three trillion other silly pop songs.

    Really I think it’s ironic how bland I find her!!

    February 1st, 2011 at 5:51 pm
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    Jordan said:

    Actually, seeing her in old videos is fascinating. Like she created a character for herself and became it. A living art project. It is neat that these strange extremes are actually embodied.

    February 1st, 2011 at 5:54 pm
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    Anita said:

    Hi Rose,

    Thank you for reading Lady Gaga. Wow, what a fascinating post. Unlike Grace W (in Comment #11), I haven’t had a chance to listen as Stefani (before) and as Lady Gaga (after) to see the effect of her music on me, but I was really struck by your observations of her tremendous auric changes.

    It really is quite something to behold all the changes that have occurred in a relatively short period of time.

    February 1st, 2011 at 10:52 pm
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    Jane said:

    I wonder if the name change from Stefani Germanotta to Lady Gaga contributed to the drastic changes in her aura.

    I can only imagine it did! Probably she chose it because it fit with the character she wanted to become.

    February 2nd, 2011 at 2:38 pm
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    Jane said:

    I was thinking that it’s too bad Lady Gaga has gotten cut off from her physical body, since that’s such a big area of talent for her. That change alone is pretty dire and must affect the other parts of her as well.

    It makes me wonder how much more power she and other performers would have if they fully embodied themselves and let themselves be in their natural state, regardless of size.

    I don’t think there’s a lot of awareness that trimming down the physical body also trims down the auric field.

    February 2nd, 2011 at 3:10 pm
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    JANE, I couldn’t agree more. Now if she had changed her name to “Tinkerbell,” how different she might appear now! ;-)

    February 2nd, 2011 at 10:35 pm
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    Trims it, JANE, sometimes. Other times, simply discombobulates it.

    In some cases, I sure that weight reduction could be constructive because it is undertaken as part of a person’s emotional healing.

    But The Anorexic Ideal isn’t about being healthy, really. When more people have full energetic literacy, this terrible “ideal” is bound to fall out of favor. Because it won’t just seem like “Smokin’ hot bikini bod” but like (clairaudiently) audible screaming!

    February 2nd, 2011 at 10:38 pm
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    Fresh from today’s Washington Post comes a great comment about what we have been calling “The Anorexic Ideal.” This ultra-skinny ideal masquerading as “glam” clearly pertains to Lady Gaga and how fans perceive her.

    Today Michael Dirda wrote a book review of Ugly Beauty by Ruth Brandon. In a chapter called “Consumers or Consumed?” Brandon reveals how computers are used to distort images in photographs.

    Brandon writes, “The body has become a mere canvas, upon which the digital-age beauty business remasters our image of what is physically possible. But since perfection is ipso facto unattainable, what is really on offer, in the world of beauty as elsewhere, is infinite discontent.”

    Dirda further quotes this from witty Ruth Brandon:

    “today’s women turn to the knife and the needle, liposucking off some inches here, tightening a jawline there, plumping out this falling cheek, lifting that recalcitrant breast, in a never-ending, inevitably futile attempt to achieve the ultimate unreality: Photoshop.”

    February 3rd, 2011 at 1:02 pm
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    Peter said:

    I recommend Photoshop Day Creme “to always look young and glamorous”. It seems to work really well on Madonna, just have a look at:

    http://s745.photobucket.com/albums/xx97/giopetsgraphicart/?action=view&current=adv-madonna-1.jpg

    February 3rd, 2011 at 1:28 pm
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    Elaine Warfield said:

    Or otherwise known as being photoshopped within an inch of your life.

    February 3rd, 2011 at 2:12 pm
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    Jody said:
    February 3rd, 2011 at 5:34 pm
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    Lisa said:

    Rose,

    In light of your recent posts about Lady Gaga, I thought you’d find this interesting. It’s a blog by someone who is in the media world and she’s been right on for all things Palin plus other stuff.

    Reading this today, I thought of what you wrote and found it interesting. I don’t plan to do an empath merge with LG, as you cautioned, but I would imagine that one would be able to tell something like this at the level of auras, yes? Weird indeed.

    http://mediainsidergossip.wordpress.com/

    Excerpt from the article:

    But sometimes doubles are used in a way that isn’t obvious to audiences and seems somewhat mysterious. Case in point: the strange case of pop singer Lady Gaga.

    Lady Gaga is a character played by a group of women. They look very different from one another, hence the use of theatrics in Gaga’s public appearances, the use of masks, headgear, and wigs to conceal her face, etc.

    I myself saw Gaga in two different TV interviews, and it was clearly two different women. One talked with a distinctive New Yorker accent while the other had bland, midwestern speech. The one with midwestern speech patterns appeared on Ellen and performed a piano version of Gaga’s ballad “Speechless” which sounded gorgeous and warmly emotional, just like it does on her album.

    That “Gaga’s” face was completely obscured with glitter around the eyes and she was wearing a bizarre costume and hairdo, so she really could have been anyone. She was also very scrawny and not curvaceous at all – unlike many of the other Gagas, who have more girly and rounded figures.

    You can see from just a simple photo comparision of Gaga over time that there are many Gagas. One of the Gagas had a nose job, but the excessive differences between the women can’t be explained just by nose surgery since there are so many changes in body type, face, and voice.

    People have also commented on blogs this past year that they don’t think it was the “real” Gaga performing at some of her concerts, from having watched her from the front rows. But that raises an interesting question – just who is the “real” Gaga?

    Many have said that she often uses her younger sister to help her on vocals, so one of the Gagas could be her sister. I know there are at least two or three Gagas running around.

    February 10th, 2011 at 4:01 pm
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    Thanks, LISA.

    You’ve heard me write elsewhere the idea that energetic literacy is a survival skill for this new millennium.

    With the electronic ways of distorting reality, genetic ways of redesigning reality, and lack of truth in speech and action — reading life deeper could turn out to be more useful than even I ever dreamed.

    February 10th, 2011 at 4:36 pm
     
     

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