In “127 Hours”, James Franco portrays Aron Ralston, a lone hiker who becomes trapped when his arm is pinned by a boulder. Yum, just the kind of movie I would never, ever voluntarily see.
Hey, I’m game for aura readng research anyhow. So here goes.
Are you ready to join me? Do you know what on earth I mean by terms like “energetic literacy” and “chakra databank”? If not, take a look at this introductory post about movie reviews with energetic literacy.
Here is the actor’s image as James Franco, playing himself. To enlarge the photo, use this Energetic Literacy for James Link. Copy onto a document and pull those corners! I’ve treated you to two images; will be using the clearer Cover Boy photograph for today’s research. CONTINUE READING →
Using energetic literacy on Jesse Eisenberg, I can’t resist commenting on a big deal item of face reading. Are any of you Blog-Buddies Face Readers? Compare the left and right sides of Jesse’s face. What do you notice?
I’ll comment about this at the conclusion of today’s article.
Before getting started on the aura reading, I’ll also say that this is the only one of the nominated movies I have seen yet. “The Social Network” is a compelling film, one of the best-written screenplays I’ve ever encountered, fascinating me for every single frame. Proof that I was drawn totally into the story is that I never once saw what is glaringly obvious in this still photograph of Mr. Eisenberg.
One other point to get out of the way from the start: Apologies to Mark Zuckerberg, real Facebook founder, whose life story was the pretext of this largely fictional work. When time permits, I would love to research the real man, using his photo and skills of energetic literacy. Is he really Aspberger-like, arrogant, and socially clueless? But that kind of face reading or empath merge or aura reading will have to wait until I’m back from my upcoming trip to Europe.
Between now and when I leave Wednesday morning, I’ll just be able to get these Oscar posts complete (along with my other responsibilities, which do NOT include friending 50 more people daily on Facebook. 😉 ). Future hypothetical postings will just have to wait. Okay, let’s roll our reading of Jesse. Bring on his chakra databanks! CONTINUE READING →
Intrepid Elaine has given us another sparkling Guest Post today with her reading of Oscar Nominee Jeff Bridges.
Some of you Blog-Buddies may be wondering, “How many techniques of energetic literacy do I need to do a depth reading of chakra databanks?” One or two! You could need as few as one two techniques, although you might choose to experiment with several. After all, I have developed over 100 different techniques for aura reading and Skilled Empath Merge. What is the minimum needed to do a Guest Post for all of us here?
You’ll need a technique for Skilled Empath Merge or aura reading. This technique will bring you PERCEPTIONS, the first half of a detailed reading of anyone’s aura.
You’ll need a technique to interpret your perceptions. That would be the “Questioning” technique, available in most of my how-to books about energetic literacy — offhand I think of Aura Reading Through All Your Senses, Empowered by Empathy, and Read People Deeper: Body Language + Face Reading + Auras.
As you’ll note with Elaine’s latest Guest Post, she prefers to do Skilled Empath Merges and uses “Magic Picture” from Become the Most Important Person in the Room. CONTINUE READING →
Even before started her Skilled Empath Merge of Javier Bardem, our Blog-Buddy Elaine must have known what she’d be in for — a huge lusty gust of sex appeal. Brave woman, she has summoned up all her spiritual fortitude, made the sacrifice to take a strange and wonderful journey of energetic literacy… and thus her latest Guest Post will add to her wonderful collection for Oscar season 2011.
Elaine sent me this quick note for background:
“Magic Picture” technique for Skilled Empath Merge from Become the Most Important Person in the Room on Javier Bardem. I have to say, this is getting really fun! CONTINUE READING →
Academy Award nominee Jeff Bridges shoots his way into our hearts (and this blog) with his remake of the John Wayne hit, “True Grit.” When an actor can change, in role, all the way down to his chakra databanks and still be coordinated enough to twirl a gun, that is an extraordinary achievement.
Technically that achievement is considered even more spectacular when he manages not to fall off his horse.
Okay, I’ll get serious now. Will Jeff win the Oscar for Best Actor?
The guy has been there, done that. Last year, actually. So it’s a far more fascinating question — to me, at least — how well he does with his Chakra Change Points. Last year, his performance garnered a full set of six Chakra Change Points, and for truly magnificent artistic choices to boot.
Each Oscar nominee for best actor in 2011 receives special treatment here, one blog post at a time. Although I can’t predict, I’m sure interested in evaluating Mr. Bridges’ performance from the inside out, at the level of chakra databanks.
Rose, here is my Skilled Empath Merge, using the Magic Picture technique from Become the Most Important Person in the Room for Michelle Williams.
After doing this and then reading yours, I found the similarities interesting, to say the least.
Before we go into Elaine’s latest, I thought you might get a kick out of this. Michelle Williams wasn’t read from the photo above, which is an often-used picture (at least when I searched on her for doing these posts.) Isn’t it fascinating how little it looks like her! So made up and lit and airbrushed and camera angled.
When you do face readings — something very much on my mind, as I’m packing up handouts today for the annual Weekend Workshop on Face Reading Secrets(R), here in Sterling, starting in just a couple of days — the first thing to make sure of is that the photograph LOOKS like the person. Oopsie…. that’s that’s not the point of the glammed up picture at the top of this post. The picture on which Elaine based this latest Skilled Empath Merge is the one shown right here.
The Reality She Lives in: Aura Reading Databank at the Root Chakra
Some days it’s all crystal clear. Other days she still gets blindsided by emotion and pain of the past. CONTINUE READING →
Elaine’s latest Guest Post is a bold venture, profiling Natalie Portman as an actress — NOT as the troubled character Nina in the Oscar-nominated performance in “Black Swan.” So forget about that very scray picture shown here to grab your attention.
We’re using a much nicer pair of photos, showing Natalie as herself. 🙂 Blog-Buddies, I can’t wait to read this! Elaine, I’m so proud of you, using “Magic Picture” in Become the Most Important Person in the Room to do one more Skilled Empath Merge.
The Reality She Lives in: Aura Reading Databank at the Root Chakra
Life is a high, one moment after the other, she’s living it and loving it.
Mindful of all that’s coming down the pike and what has been accomplished. She’s got a sweetness inside, but she’s an astute business woman also, calculating how to get where she wants to be. CONTINUE READING →
Oh, those Oscar nominations always have such type casting. Every year, at least one beautiful female victim is proposed for Best Actress. (This year, the Academy really hit the jackpot with 4 out of 5: Nicole Kidman plus Natalie Portman plus Jennifer Lawrence plus Michelle Williams.)
Of course, there’s always a brave bad boy, too. One choice for Best Bad Boy Actor this year is Javier Bardem. In the interest of full disclosure, I’ll tell you that I’m his mother.
I was going to say that I plan to nobly put aside my huge dislike for bad boy characters and, even worse, movie titles that twist the noble English language. This year’s nominee, “Blutiful,” is following on the success of “Inglourious Basterds” in 2009 and “The Pursuit of Happyness” in 2006. What are they going to release next year, “Terrrribal Spelink”? CONTINUE READING →
Will Michelle Williams win the Academy Award? Each Oscar nominee for Best Actress in 2011 has been receiving my movie review based on energetic literacy, one blog post at a time. Although I can’t predict who will win, I’m sure interested in evaluating this final nominee for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Yes, let’s explore Michelle’s performance from the inside out, at the level of chakra databanks.
For her nominated role in “Blue Valentine,” Michelle Williams plays Cindy, a young wife and mother whose marriage is failing. Reportedly the actress put on 15 pounds for the role and needed to do this in one month in order to complete a Vogue Magazine photo shoot. What did she add, or take away, at the level of chakra databanks for this role? CONTINUE READING →