What do you want most for Christmas? It isn’t too late to ask. Those stores are still open on Christmas Eve. Of course, today is also the 11th Day of Christmas to those of us who bring the future into the present at this blog community.
Above all other gifts, many of us would choose creativity. One of my favorite celebrity stories concerns the late Shari Lewis, the ultra-creative and brainy entertainer, who was eating in a restaurant with her husband, Jeremy Tarcher. Her entrée was shrimp. Well, she turned two of them into puppets and started a conversation. Jeremy, apparently, was slightly appalled and asked if she could ever have things be normal. I’m so glad she couldn’t.
But if you’re thinking of creativity, what’s even greater than puppets made out of prawns? It could be the reading suggestion of our Blog-Buddy Anita. Let’s use Deeper Perception to inquire into Peter Jackson, director of “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy.
Facing Up to Creativity
First, how does creativity show in that face? Of course, we’ll use my system of Face Reading Secrets® that you can learn from The Power of Face Reading or my more in-depth sequel, Wrinkles Are God’s Makeup: How You Can Find Meaning in Your Evolving Face.
It’s worth taking a moment to see his head shot full size, just to ponder the luster of those eyebrows. To open up the face reading photo that I have used today, click here, and if you want to go really wild, copy the photo and drag the corners.
Doing this may be a bit of work but it’s far easier than constructing all the sets for the Tolkien-based movies.
The data: Notice the sparkly sheen of those eyebrows?
The talent: Shiny brows relate to a mental process where thoughts are real, and thrilling with the thinker’s enthusiasm being contagious.
Potential challenge? Don’t make this man repeat himself. Don’t force him to follow in the footsteps of others, either. It would be a straight-jacket for his soul.
Far-set right eyebrow
The data: First cross over mentally, as if shaking hands, so you are seeing the right side of his face. Notice how far that brow extends towards his ear?
The talent: Right side of the face is, of course, related to career. It is in this aspect of life that Peter’s thinking is really “far out.” He leaps across the obvious faster than an elf. A broad perspective, a futuristic disposition, a wildly creative imagination, all of that shows here.
Potential challenge? Will his intellectual creations manifest quickly? Not here at Earth School.
First layer of beard
Okay, I’m not sure what the technical name is for that hair just below the upper lip, do you? But whatever it’s called, take a good look.
The data: It’s orderly. The hairs march in graded height sequence like so many Rockettes.
And these hairs are also curly. (Unless Jackson has managed to fashion teensy first-beard rollers which of course he could do, being able to make just about anything, that particular hairstyle is natural.)
The talent: Expressing facts, or creating a world that seems real, Jackson harnesses qualities of manifestation that are both orderly and wildly ingenious.
Potential challenge? “You’re too much.” How often has Peter Jackson been told this? It takes courage to be this outrageously, prolifically creative.
The data: It’s the nose length that would work best for a hobbit. Peter Jackson’s nose is VERY short.
The talent: Hard work.
Potential challenge? Lacking “The vision thing,” Peter Jackson might have been driven to sort more mail than his co-workers at the post office or otherwise be productive in a way that might have earned him envy. (They might have gone postal on him!)
Instead, he has harnessed that work ethic to wild projects, racehorses of creativity.
And now a word from his Aura
You could read his aura for a thrill ride. But it might be even more fun using a technique for Skilled Empath Merge.
Belly Chakra Databank for Using my Creativity
What’s a gift of Peter Jackson’s soul? He is such a believer. Doing a skilled empath merge, I feel like a little boy again, dreaming and loving and letting myself pretend full force.
No wonder he has retained the ability to help all of us do that. Wonder isn’t only for Christmas Eve or the big morning when you can stop shaking presents and open the shiny paper. Wonder, the core of creativity, can be present for each of us every day.
Make that choice every day of your life, to allow that glorious freedom, and over the lifetimes you just might develop an aura like Peter Jackson’s.