The opera wasn’t “Carmen” or some other crowd-pleaser but “L’Enfant et les Sortileges,” a pretty obscure French opera composed by Maurice Ravel, better known for that catchy musical confection known as “Bolero.”
Ozawa-san seems to create a force field of joy. For instance, while researching this article I learned that he conducted a concert this month in Japan — where soprano Eri Habaya told a reporter this:
“It is my fond memory now that I was unable to even feel nervous during the performance….”
For our main newsletter article in “Read People Deeper” I’ll give you an aura reading. Clearly Maestro Seiji Ozawa is one of the top conductors in the world, but how happy is he?CONTINUE READING →
Jennifer Lawrence always delights me… when I see her on talk shows.
Watching her, I stay right on the glittery surface — Because, hey, I’m a Skilled Empath and have developed quite decent skills at engaging in life humanly unless doing Technique Time.
Watching Jennifer Lawrence that way, she seems like the ultimate party girl, so fun, and having so much fun. Yet when ISABELLA sent me today’s guest post, and I clicked onto the photo of Jennifer Lawrence playing Jennifer, what was my immediate reaction, right on the surface of human perception.
Well, golly! This has been some weird set of aura reading Academy Award Nominee-type Readings. So far we’ve had that unexpectedly disturbing one of Leonard DiCaprio, plus our not entirely fun-some aura research into actors Idris Elba and John Boyega.
This morning I woke up thinking, “Let’s go for some contrast today. How about an actress? Might I please, please explore a more lighthearted role that doesn’t involve an actor’s protracted near-death experience?”
Of course, I’m also committed to researching folks who got the most nominations in our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews. So… I settled on an excellent cheese. Excuse me, an actress. Brie Larson was nominated by DONNA and also JESS, who wrote:
Because today I’m responding to nominations for researching Best Actor Favorite Leonardo DiCaprio. (Note: You still have time to weigh in on which other performers I research this year in advance of the Oscars. Just go to our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews and do nominations and supporting nominations to your heart’s content.)
So why do I say “weird” fun? Because Leo DiCaprio’s role involved what I consider physical torture
When he endured the gruelling conditions for making this film, I’m actually curious if he give his usual, chakra databank changing super-duper performance. Or maybe it was all he could do to say his lines plausibly, take direction, and survive the physical comfort.
What if all I learn about his performance this time turns out to be variations on “I’m so darned cold!”?
Well, put on your coat, if it helps you, Blog-Buddies. Now let’s begin today’s aura reading trek into the energetic wilderness.
Warning: My joyful mood when I undertook today’s post could not prevent me from noticing quite a mess. Frankly you might not wish to read today’s article.
Personally I was deeply saddened by what I found, a terrible impact on the actor himself that couldn’t be denied since I was using the skills of energetic literacy.
Help me decide, Blog-Buddies. You may know that every year I research several actors and actresses, starring the special kind of energetic literacy that I use to probe how deeply actors inhabit their roles.
These aura reading movie reviews explore which performers change so much in their roles, it even alters their auras. (Easier said than done. Literally.)
Only world class actors manage to change so deeply that complex characters are created with radically different ways of functioning subconsciously, altering their energy fields all the way through to their chakra databanks.
That’s what I thought long ago. Might you have some equally fantastic ideas in mind?
If you have been seeking spiritual self-realization, or Enlightenment, you probably do.
I can’t speak to your unique version. Because each person’s ideals are different.
However I can tell you this: Whenever you do cross over the threshold into Enlightenment, it will be the perfect experience for you. Although probably quite different from what you were expecting.
Just as your life up until this very day… has been perfect preparation. Even a necessary part of your journey! In retrospect, many things you thought were obstacles were really gifts for your spiritual evolution. CONTINUE READING →
Given our latest topic about name changing, you might wish to nominate some public figure who has undergone a big name change.
Folks in the news and those not in the news — when you wish they would be. Yowza, so much of the news today is really horrible. Disgusting or not, there are still heroes. That includes everyday heroes, public figures whom you and I admire a lot. Don’t you wish to know what makes them tick? When you nominate, be sure to let me know which you prefer to win, an aura reading or a face reading?
Athough I was originally aiming for three contest winners, it’s possible I might add one or two extras. Because so far those nominations have been absolutely fascinating.
By the end of this contest, we have found a name for this super-quick path of personal growth, Human-Based Spirituality.
What is that? You’ll find an unfolding description in this post. Find a lively discussion about this in the comments below.
Mediocre people of the world, unite! We need a new name.
Whoa, I don’t want to send Karl Marx twirling in his grave. But I do have a naming predicament. Latest comment moderated before I leave for six days in Canada… was where DAVE wrote, “Maybe it’s not only Rose who has a talent for naming things!”
How ironic, because I have been struggling, struggling, Blog-Buddies.
Bet you can help, Blog-Buddies. Because personally I can’t think of a smarter, kinder, cooler community on the entire Internet. CONTINUE READING →