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    Rose Rosetree’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews for Oscar Nominees… and a Contest

    February 2nd, 2014 by Rose Rosetree
    An Oscar, holding up an aspiring actor who did not win the award in 2008.

    An Oscar, holding up an aspiring actor who did not win the award in 2008.

    Watching movies can be good for you. Those movies can be such a powerful, rapid way to gather life experiences without having to incarnate into the various lifetimes and plots portrayed in gut-wrenching films.

    Besides, movies are one of the great art forms of our current era — another fine reason to watch them.

    But to this aura reader and general fan of techniques for energetic literacy? Ha! Those perfectly fine reasons are teensy enticements.

    So trivial when compared to what motivates me, year after year, to do Aura Reading Movie Reviews.

    What this kind of research taught me about energetic literacy

    When new to energetic literacy, I believed that people couldn’t lie on the level of their auras.

    Since then, I have learned a bit.  The system of Aura Reading Through All Your Senses(R) has evolved to include skills for accurately reading chakra databanks. So I discovered that some world-class actors (and others) could change all the way down to their chakra databanks.

    That is where the amazing prospect arises for aura reading movie reviews. They have taught me so much about auras, chakra databanks, and the degree to which certain people really can change all the way down to altering patterns on the level of chakra databanks. 

    With Stage Three Energetic Literacy, I discovered that it was easy to read auras from regular photographs. Plus it was easy to research one chakra databank at a time, to reveal the subconscious and energetic nuances of an actor’s performance.

    Now that’s the real show!

    What’s new this year, doing aura reading movie reviews?

    Last summer I even learned that chakra databanks are called nadis, a word as old as chakras. Which means at least 10,000 years.

    And in all those 10,000 years, who could have ever had such conscious as we have today, combined with techniques that can make energetic literacy as near universal as Gutenberg-style print literacy has become worldwide today?

    Who would have known we would have superb technological access, right in the palaces where each of us lives.

    I mean, really! At home — or maybe your nearest library — don’t you have access to every resource needed to read about aura reading movie reviews? Or even do your own, when you have the skills of Stage Three Energetic Literacy.

    Technically which resources are needed to do Aura Reading Movie Reviews?

    To research along with me, use your aura reading skills . Or  use advanced techniques like those for Skilled Empath Merge. (A sophisticated one is “Magic Picture.” You can learn this from that easy-learning how-to for empaths, Become The Most Important Person in the Room: Your 30-Day Plan for Empath Empowerment.)

    Access via your smart phone, tablet, computer, etc. to an image of a performance nominated for an academy award. As if the ancient nadhi-reading rishis had that kind of access!

    Access via your electronic gizmo to an image of that same recorder just being the very public celebrity. (Granted, the nadhi-reading rishis of 10,000 years ago were probably much more interested in watching gods come by to participate in yagyas, Vedic ceremonies with way more power than a movie. Even one starring Charlton Heston as God. ;-) )

    Blog-Buddies, we have it all. All that is needed. So let the annual custom continue.

    Explaining about the size of chakra databanks

    Recently I was interviewed on the radio by Rosanna Tufts. She asked about the wacky size variations I find in chakra databanks.

    What a reminder! Blog-Buddies, I am so used to this aspect of Aura Reading Through All Your Senses(R). But why would any of you know about this unless you read an article I wrote explaining it?

    If you’re at all curious, take a look at this article where I explain the meaning of sizes in chakra databanks (Nadis). This is part of  the Online Supplement to Magnetize Money with Energetic Literacy, at my website. Loads of free information awaits you.

    Contest, nominating your choice of actors for an Aura Reading Movie Review

    Feel free to nominate below which Best Actress, Best Actor, Supporting Actress or Supporting Actor most fascinates you among the Academy Award nominees for this year.

    I’ll choose a favorite, then add a couple of extra aura readings to this year’s collection. It would be fascinating if you would share which performance interests you and WHY.

    And as in years past, maybe some of you Blog-Buddies would like to submit a guest post of your own, reading your own particular fave. Award those Chakra Databank Change Points. But only when well deserved!

    Click here to browse the various Academy Award Nominees for 2014 for:

    Here you can learn in more detail about  how and why I do aura reading movie reviews. And here  come samples  from past  Oscar seasons.

    Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Bradley Cooper

    Aura Reading Movie Review of Naomi Watts

    Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Daniel Day-Lewis

    Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Anne Hathaway

    Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Denzel Washington

    Jeff Bridges, Aura Reading #7 for 2011 Oscar Nominees

    Javier Bardem, Aura Reading #6 for 2011 Oscar Nominees

    Michelle Williams, Aura Reading #5 for 2011 Oscar Nominees

    Natalie Portman, Aura Reading #3 for 2011 Oscar Nominees

    Jennifer Lawrence, Aura Reading #3 for 2011 Oscar Nominees

    Nicole Kidman, Aura Reading #2 for 2011 Oscar Nominees

    Annette Bening, Aura Reading #1 for 2011 Oscar Nominees



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    10 Comments on “Rose Rosetree’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews for Oscar Nominees… and a Contest”


    Photo at the top of today’s post shows Actor Frazor Brown with an Oscar (not his). Photographed in 2008.

    By Ebayzme (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 ( or GFDL (], via Wikimedia Commons

    This photo comes courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. In no way is it implied that the photographer or the subject endorses either me or this use of the image

    February 2nd, 2014 at 11:44 pm
    Renee said:

    Hi Rose, I love this every year.
    I nominate Leonardo DiCaprio, Best Actor for Wolf of Wallstreet. His performances are always amazing and intense.

    February 3rd, 2014 at 12:11 am
    Amy said:

    Can I vote for Abraham Lincoln? On the Daniel Day Lewis post you mentioned that you might do a follow up aura reading of Lincoln if enough people wanted it.

    February 3rd, 2014 at 9:11 am
    Dave said:

    “Leonardo DiCaprio

    The Wolf of Wall Street”

    That’s who I’ll nominate. What an intense movie and well-done role on Leo’s part.

    I also remember you doing a fascinating aura reading n Leo Dicaprio sometime back on this blog which I found very interesting. You said he was very evolved and modeled intense power in his aura.

    February 3rd, 2014 at 2:15 pm
    Isabella said:

    I love these readings and will be interested all of them. But I’ll name a few which are the most intriguing to me. :)

    Any of the people you’ve read before (Leo, at least 4/5 of the Best Actress nominees, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence….) because I find it interesting to see how people have grown and changed, as actors and as people. With multiple aura readings we’ve gotten to see people do things like improve their acting from role to role (George Clooney) and become Enlightened (Michelle Obama).

    Matthew McConaughey, because for a while he was sort of a joke. Who was taking him seriously as an actor? But now he’s the favorite to win. I didn’t see the movie but I’m curious about whether he was acting deeply or not.

    Jared Leto from the same movie – also someone who was sort of a joke, not taken seriously as an actor, but as a teen heartthrob. He plays a transgender woman and I’d love to know how he did it.

    People like Jared Leto and Felicity Huffman, who have played roles honoring “differently gendered” people, forever have my gratitude for doing so with obvious compassion and respect.

    Not nominated but interesting – Joaquin Phoenix in Her (which *was* nominated for Best Picture). (Or maybe the director, Spike Jonze, would be interesting.)

    Great, wonderful movie about a man in the near future falling in love with an Operating System, played by Scarlett Johannson. Focuses on themes about technology, human connection, and evolution which really tie in with issues discussed here. Highly recommended!!!

    February 3rd, 2014 at 3:23 pm
    Amanda said:

    Ooh! I love these readings.

    I would like to propose Amy Adams in American Hustle.

    I have not come across her before but I saw the movie last night and it struck me as a believable performance.

    Plus she was surrounded by a great cast of actors, including Bradley Cooper.

    I would be interested to know whether she was cast as a natural for the part or whether she actually reached into it at the level of chakra databanks.


    February 3rd, 2014 at 4:37 pm
    Zelda said:

    I second Isabella’s nominations, especially the notion of reading people you’ve read in the past to note evolution. I’m particularly interested in seeing how Jennifer Lawrence has evolved from the Deeper Perception perspective. She has spoken out against the skinny ideals in Hollywood and is perceived by the media and described as being down-to-earth. Her career has really taken off; it would be interesting to see what it is exactly that the public, the producers, and audiences are responding to.

    I agree with Isabella on Matthew McConaughey. He certainly has made major shifts in his career, so it would be interesting to see the changes inside. I’ve never really liked him and it would be interesting to see if something popped out that explained that.

    Love the Oscar readings! Always a favorite…

    February 3rd, 2014 at 6:27 pm
    Kira said:

    I’d like to vote for Christian Bale. My husband and I were very impressed with everyone in American Hustle, but especially him.

    February 5th, 2014 at 11:15 pm

    Today #3 was added, Leonardo DiCaprio’s amazing portrayal of “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

    March 3rd, 2014 at 8:15 pm

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