What is there about Chris Cornell? My ears have told me nothing, and that isn’t his fault.
Never have I heard him sing, but Dana, one of our Blog-Buddies, requested this reading, and doing this type of reading belongs in the skill set of anyone interested in Deeper Perception Made Practical. How do you read a performer, any performer you’re curious about?
Start with a face reading of the mouth. Then survey aura databanks related to performance, starting with the throat.
Once you get the hang of this sequence, it’s such fun to use it when buying CDs or DVDs, fun when watching a performance. Reading singers deeper is especially entertaining to use with newspaper photos. What a way to start your morning right! Not only will you become wiser as a consumer. With a good choice of photo, you’ll receive darshan that can wake you up faster than anything from Starbucks.
How do you sort those karmically destined for fame, like Britney Spears and her newly fertile sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, from the ones who deserve acclaim due to their actual performances in this current lifetime? My demonstration of a Performer Reading is my gift to you on our Sixth Day of Christmas.
Here is a link to the photo I used for this reading. Copy it, click and drag on the corners and you can make Chris as large as you like.
A SONGFEST OF A MOUTH
In my system of Face Reading Secrets®, every item of face data corresponds to a definite talent plus a potential challenge. Chris has quite a set of VERY extreme data clustered around his mouth.
Here’s how Chris shares a gift with John Lennon and Elvis.
The talent: Talking one-on-one is his forte. As a performer, Chris will bring intimacy to the largest public performance.
The potential challenge: Too shy to sing in front of a group? Somehow I suspect Chris has overcome this particular challenge.
Ultra Puffy Lower Lip
Have you ever seen more inflation in a lower lip, especially when compared to the upper lip?
The talent: A flirtatious way of charming the listener, playing with the relationship between singer and audience. That lip suggests special performance oomph with a life audience, where Chris can ride the energetic exchange as a great surfer might make the most of every wave.
The potential challenge: Someone who doesn’t want to be charmed or, yes, manipulated, might find this performer extremely annoying.
A Lower Lip to Die For
Most people have a lower lip that is slightly fuller than the upper one. Not Mr. Cornell. He’s more like 1:5. If you’re into envy, that lower lip is to die for. If you are into metaphors and want to go swimming into someone’s lip, this one is to dive for.
The talent: Exceptional persuasiveness helps Chris to put any song across. Just how exceptional is that persuasiveness? Well he could sell diving boards to manicurists. (You know, usually they’re only customers for cute little emery boards.)
The potential challenge: One person’s persuasive singer is someone else’s overpowering racket. How often has Chris been told that he just is “too much.”?
That Highly Unusual Mustache
Framing your mouth with a mustache like a sharply angled triangle, there’s a bold move. Will it make your listeners feel like the square on the hypotenuse?
The talent: Expressing emotions with deft control, pinpoint accuracy. Also, since this shape appears as a frame for his lip, rather than a lip in itself, Chris scores points for using sexual energy as part of the persuasiveness. If a listener is at all susceptible to the siren song of testosterone, that message will be magnified (and the messenger’s charms will be magnified as well).
Two potential challenges: Will some audience members feel the pull being exerted upon them and resist? Also, the same control that makes for a masterful performance might bring horrendous qualities to a love relationship.
LET HIS AURA PIPE UP
Here I’ll read one databank from the fascinating aura of Chris Cornell. Blog-Buddies, you are invited to read more. But the one you would always check out in a performer’s photo for fun is the following:
Throat Chakra Databank for Performance Specialities
First impressions of Chris can be limiting, but they go by fast. And what follows is truly impressive.
The outer layer of Chris Cornell’s singing isn’t especially memorable. Most human beings, alas, are like this. Someone might overhear our shower performances and think, “So what else is new?”
But maybe the eyecatching hairdo will grab attention while you get used to listening to Chris. The trick is to keep you paying attention for more than the first five seconds. If you’re exposed to his voice for longer than that, aurically you’ll start to receive something very different.
As a performer, Chris has a soul-level gift for waking up a particular component of the listener: The sense of self.
- Who are you, deep inside?
- Do you feel loved?
- How much impact does your life have in the world?
Questions like these are biggies for Chris. They’re big in his inner world. And they vibrate through his music like a refrain, regardless of the particular song.
By analogy, think Puccini. I love his operas. If you do, too, you’ll know what I mean by the quintessential Puccini love song. La Boheme? Madama Butterfly? There’s something about all his greatest arias where you recognize a particular calling. He reaches into the deep heart. He sends variations of one song, his song.
Chris Cornell’s music probably doesn’t sound much like Puccini. Does Chris even write his own material? I don’t know, yet. But if I were struggling with my sense of identity and wondering how I might ever matter in this huge world, I would run out right now and buy some of his music. Chris Cornell brings balm to the questioning soul.