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Leslie Nielsen, Tossing the Ray of Shiva

Karin has made the splendid suggestion that we read Leslie Nielsen as part of our continuing series with AURA READINGS OF THE RICH AND FUNNY.

Most aura readers don’t know yet that every chakra worth reading contains 50 databanks of information. Each chakra databank includes a gift, a lifelong special excellence, as lasting as a fingerprint, plus whatever STUFF is clogging up that aura.

STUFF can be seemingly “permanent” dysfunctional patterns learned from childhood, the impact of present problems, a cord of attachment or (as was the case for one of my clients recently) a couple of thousand random astral entities that we moved out in one session of Rosetree Energy Spirituality. STUFF can always be healed.

My new book, Read People Deeper, gives specific how-to’s for reading those databanks. Click here to order an advance copy and, if you do this by May 31, you can receive a free gift. And, of course, whatever skills you bring to our blog community, your Deeper Perception is bound to be sharpened.

So let’s sharpen our skills on that brainy funnyman, Leslie Nielsen. Shall we pretend we’re flying over to him in one of his wacky airplanes?

Note: Over time, links can go bad. And legally I don’t have the rights to show celebrity photos, so I can’t display them here other than providing links. But you can easily go over to Google, type in the person’s name and the blog post date, then search on images. Click on a good image, preferably current with the time of the reading here at this blog.

First stop, Root Chakra Databank for Presence in the Room

Famed psychologist Virginia Satir might have called Leslie a “disruptor.” Reality is one big experiment to him. Mischievous as a boy, he still has a youngster’s irreverence and sense of playfulness. Specificially, he finds it obnoxious how people get stuck on petty things. When people act annoying, he loves to poke and prod and disrupt.

This really becomes evident to me while doing a Skilled Empath Merge, as well as reading his aura. It feels to me like an irresistible itch.

What makes Leslie different from others who don’t choose comedy as a profession? He has never put in place any auric structures to keep himself in line. No electric fence was installed in childhood. He has gone on to become an inveterate, adult-sized, mischief maker.

All this fooling around has a deep purpose, however. Energy flies out. Life goes from stuck to sparkling.

To call this dynamic by its rightful spiritual name, Nielsen has come in on the Ray of Shiva.


This disruptive power is shared by many in the humor profession. Let’s clarify this terminology because it reveals a lot about YOU as well as the rich and funny.

According to Hinduism, there are three gunas that are underlying energies in human life.

The Ray of Brahma…

…involves innovation and creativity. Those born as part of this ray are obsessed with creativity. They work at the leading edge, bringing in new frequencies and discoveries.

Robin Williams is an example of a comedian who has come in for a lifetime on The Ray of Brahma. Have you ever seen him on one of his improvised riffs? They’re like rides on a roller coaster. These rides take you somewhere authentically new.

Someone you know personally on that ray, someone who teaches workshops and writes books and blog posts is, of course… me.

The Ray of Vishnu…

…involves maintenance, implementation, making things really work here at Earth School.

Those born as part of this ray use creativity to make existing things real. Most books published take an established concept and add a tweak or two. That’s a Vishnu tweak, folks.

Comedians at that ray include Jim Carrey. After two recent blog posts in his honor, he’s fresh in your mind, right? Think about how he makes faces. He’s taking established reality, exaggerating one small portion of it. This creates self-recognition, then moves the viewer beyond self-seriousness, even dignity. His performances can help the viewer to reconfigure into a new, improved version of self.

It’s not surprising that the great majority of human beings come in on The Ray of Vishnu. Earth is a slow planet. Who hasn’t noticed that, to your frustration?

Yet that very slowness helps us evolve. Here on earth, our thoughts become things. Our actions carry tangible consequences, decked out with all the trimming with at least five senses. Life here is absolutely fair, when you view those consequences carried across the incarnations (as I do, in sessions of Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®).

So we do need to live with consequences, tweaking and improving our circumstances. Although you and I call this “everyday life,” ever notice? Those patterns that you encounter today, and every other day, are incredibly plastic, right in the moment. Performers at The Ray of Vishnu help give us strength to do more than just muddle through, stuck.

Despite our innumerable opportunities to evolve ourselves and surroundings with help from the Vishnu-ites, sometimes we need help from those who activate the third guna. Then we attract people into our lives, or our TV sets, people who come on…

The Ray of Shiva

Destruction is the name of this game. Removal of ignorance! Disspelling illusions! Reminding us that we don’t even have to spell words right because if you possess a computer you have that Shiva-like device known as “Delete.”

In the animal kingdom, examples of Shiva ray creatures are vultures, hyenas, and rats. No I’m not comparing Leslie to a rat. 😉

Not exactly.

Animals like these may not be considered cute by most of us, yet they’re nature’s garbage collectors. Without them, all of us might feel down in the dumps.

What about people born on The Ray of Shiva? In my experience, they include some of the sweetest, most loveable people you’ll ever meet. Who volunteers for such a thankless task? Leslie Nielsen does, also Jon Stewart and Steven Colbert. They help you laugh in a different way from the Vishnu or Brahma comedians. Those tears that come to your eyes, when your mouth finally stops roaring — those tears have especially strong power for cleansing.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Timing for Humor

Leslie approaches humor as a super-brainy guy, someone with a scientist’s way of analyzing his lab experiment. (Gee, Karin, I’m beginning to understand why you, of all people, chose this man.)

Many of those in the humor business possess detachment, but Leslie Nielsen’s version is ultra-brainy. When you think about some of his more slapstick moments on the screen, can you tell that his intellect makes that timing work? Go watch him again. You’ll be able to get it now.

Heart Chakra Databank for Sense of Humor

“If I can make you laugh, you’ll pay attention to me.”

It’s about winning approval. If I’m not mistaken, that sense of humor is driven mostly by the need to win approval from Dad, or other father figures.

Do any of you Blog-Buddies know about Nielsen’s childhood? Comment at will!

You may find different components by doing your own aura readings. Help us to round out this portrait of Leslie Nielsen. He’s a gifted humor artist with exceptional intelligence, a yearning heart, and a lifelong bent toward making life more authentic.

For more background to help you join me in doing aura readings like the one here, click here to learn about my system of Aura Reading Through All Your Senses® and here if you would like information about my upcoming Aura Reading Intensive, next weekend, and the last time it’s going to be offered this year. We have a few spaces left in our unique boutique event.

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  1. 1
    Anita says:

    I haven’t seen the “Airplane” movies that Leslie Nielsen is so famous for in many years, but this portrait of him is on target, from what I remember.

    I remember thinking as I saw him on the screen, This is one very intelligent man. Which is not often the case with many comedians – we are seeing more of braininess + funniness combination today with Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert – but in Nielsen’s heyday, this was uncommon. It was more about general slapstick and silliness. Not as much about wittiness and prodding people out of their ruts.

    Nielsen may have been an early comedian who paved the way and was a harbinger of things to come. Ray of Vishnu, right? He “destroyed” how comedy was dominantly done in his day to make way for the new generation of comedians and their brand of comedy.

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    Colleen says:

    I have so enjoyed this reading! I have tried to comment three times today and I either get disconnected,which does not happen very often, but only when responding to your website or this blog.

    What’s up?

  3. 3

    ANITA, Nielsen as Ray of Shiva? Yes, I do think so. Thanks so much for this as well as your other wonderful comments.

  4. 4

    COLLEEN, ouchers is up!

    I’m hoping this was just a flukey thing for today. If you or anyone has an experience where you are on my website ( ) or this blog and your system crashes, please let me know. And if you get some kind of error message, please let me know that, too.


  5. 5
    Anita says:

    Hi Rose,

    Yes, I meant Leslie Nielsen as Ray of Shiva (not Ray of Vishnu, that was a typo on my part).

    His comedy seems much more relevant today than when he was actually more famous.

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    Colleen says:

    Dear Rose,
    When I tried to open the PDF file for your new book,
    a compatibility screen came up,( oh that Windows
    Vista!), and usually if I do not have that version
    I just click the cursor that says cancel and I’m out of there. I tried twice, and both times my laptop froze and I had to shut down and restart. It only happened at your website. Later when I was trying to comment on this thread and several others, nothing happened…so I had to turn off the computer completely to get out of deeper perception. It may be the Mozilla Firefox. I did not have any problems when the web pages were through Toshiba, but they changed that last fall.

  7. 7

    Colleen, I’ll respond by email so as not to further disclose my kindergarten tech skills. Other Blog-Buddies, let me know if you have problems, too. Or good things to say. 🙂

  8. 8

    ANITA, I agree. Also, I find that any great art only improves as my consciousness grows. It is really a delight to go back to favorites, like AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGI and novels by Hermann Hesse.

    Periodically, I like to revisit my favorite movie, “Defending Your Life.”

    What are YOUR other favorites that have grown with you? And how about you, other Blog-Buddies?

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    Colleen says:

    ooo..!”Defending Your Life” is one of my all-time favorites too! I watch it every few years…I also like the comedy “Mumford”, about the fake psychologist who really listens well and helps people find their own answers. I think every psychologist and budding psychiatrist should view that one.

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    Anita says:

    Shakespeare is definitely one writer whose words and wisdom seem to expand each time I read him.

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    Karin says:

    What ray do I toss?

  12. 12

    KARIN, imagine if every Blog-Buddy were to ask me that. Out of fairness, I must decline to answer. Also, it’s something you are in an ideal position to figure out for yourself. Read the description and feel out/think about/spiritually research which fits you best.

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