Deeper Perception Made Practical

The Holy Hologram of Auras


Any form of deeper perception gives you a highly practical spiritual reading — not of spirits floating around, mediumistically reached for, but the real live human spirit, a unique earth personality. Who is this person, in depth and detail?

Reading faces, as we did yesterday on John Bogle, means accessing the easiest of the holy holograms. Meet him in a crowd, with just seconds to look, and you might well notice those exceptionally large earlobes noticed by two of our bloggers yesterday. Automatically, you would know what that means:

The talent, according to my system of Face Reading Secrets® is being exceptionally aware of material things in life, noticing every relevant nuance. The potential challenge, as described in my how-to, The Power of Face Reading, is being over-literal, e.g., completely losing respect for someone someone just because he gives terrible driving directions.

Reading faces is a wonderful introduction to deeper perception because faces are so accessible. By contrast, aura readings can intimidate people. You, for instance. Are you doing aura readings yet? Or are you still seeking “the colours” or stuck in a boring color-by-number way of interpreting what you find.

I would love to set you free from that cultural enchantment. Please consider yourself invited to my next Intensive, which happens to be on Aura Reading Through All Your Senses®. In one short weekend, starting April 11, you’ll move your skill level way forward, whether you’re experienced at aura reading or not. Reading auras from photos is one of the treats of this particular learning experience. This is surprisingly easy, the way I teach it, although most professional aura readers have no idea how to do this yet.


Let’s move into some databanks in auras that correspond to areas we’re curious about, having read his face. And I’ll start with databanks related to comments to yesterday’s post brought up by Blog-Buddies. You can learn more background about aura readings here.)

Root Chakra Databank for Making Money

It isn’t about the money. Power attaches to money, and power is a specialty for this particular soul. He gets the importance of having an entree into authority, clout, as freedom. In addition, John brings a real gift of the soul for accumulating money.

Everyone has gifts like this. Maybe you can always get a hairstyle to look good. Maybe, like me, you do words. John does money. Once he puts attention to accumulation, it’s as though his mind has magnets that draw the gold.

Root Chakra Databank for Relating to the Public

Remind me, Blog-Buddies, during this election season to read this databank on our presidential candidates. Just last night I heard a radio sound bite with John McCain speaking about the woeful state of America’s economy. If I heard him correctly, he opined that the solution was to remove obstacles to business, such as taxes, so the market could right itself. Now that I’m going after this databank, it strikes me that McCain must have some humdinger auric connection to people who actually don’t have millions in the bank, the way he he does.

Reading our other John, he has made it his life mission to help those humbler folk. That’s a matter of biography. But what does his aura say at this databank?

“I’m a warrior. You are my people and I will fight for you, lead you, raise you up.”


Ear Angles are tricky for John Bogen. Really, the only out-angled ear is his left one. The right one is moderately angled. In terms of face reading, the significance is that he can appear sufficiently conservative to be effective while dealing with influential financial colleagues (and if you don’t think an in-angled right ear is a job requirement for most high-level Wall Street jobs, you haven’t been reading faces).

It’s personal life where Bogen is wild and crazy and… to use that great John epithet, “maverick.”

Let’s finish today’s post by exploring a conformity-related chakra databanks.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Sharing Power

“I’ll get you back,” is the long-term attitude. This Vanguard work is a crusade for Bogen, and the motivation may not come from this lifetime alone. He brings statecraft, cunning wiles and a long-term tenacity. Insight into how others operate — this is part of his gift. And he uses everything he has learned, applying it one case at a time.

Think of a funnel that can dispense liquid to just the right spot. That’s the John Bogen school of “trickle down economics.” And it works.

Post your questions and aura readings, Blog-Buddies. What do you make of this latter-day (and ingeniously law-abiding) version of Robin Hood?

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    Incidentally, with April 15 approaching, I am interested in the names of other leaders within the financial field. After we finish our recent theme of AURAS OF THE RICH AND FUNNY, I’ll be reading some of these high rollers.

    So let me give you until April 15 to name your favorite famous folk of the financial field. Please say who, say why, and provide a usable link to a good headshot.

    That would be a picture visable on an Internet browser. So those great little portraits on pennies and quarters can’t qualify. 😉

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    Anita says:

    Warren Buffet – one of the wealthiest people in the world but also considered someone with great integrity.

    Great picture here:

    Another here (good pic but not as good as the first):

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    Ryan says:

    Can we nominate somebody who is not strictly financial but who is responsible for huge amounts of assets? If so, I would choose Robert Nardelli. After working as a high level executive for General Electric, he became the CEO of The Home Depot and is now the CEO of Chrysler.

    His time at Home Depot was very turbulent. One reason being that he implemented cost cutting measures that went too far and resulted in inventory and staffing shortages and a severe drop in customer satasfaction. His management style was not received well either.

    Chrysler is having major financial problems, and hopefully Nardelli can help turn them around.

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    Great idea, Ryan. Thanks. And thanks for your idea, too, Anita. Fun!

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    Anita says:

    Bill Gates, for obvious reasons:

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    Karin says:

    I’d be interested in Sam Waksal, the former boss of ImClone Systems.

    His picture is at:

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    Karin says:

    Alan Greenspan could be interesting to read.

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