Blog-Buddies, you’ve asked for it. Especially DANA, TARA, and COLLEEN. I’ll do my part, with aura readings of Jodie Foster over time, plus reading faces as well.
But after I begin, I’m going to invite you to add your comments!
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.
The first picture is Ms. Foster at 26 in her acclaimed role in the 1988 film,”The Accused.”
Has she changed much by “Contact” (my favorite of her movies that I’ve seen) in 1996?
Given the pressures of stardom, maybe she hasn’t changed much at all. Certainly, as a face reader, you might notice that these soul signature traits haven’t changed a bit.
To do Jodie justice, let’s include a head shot from the 1980 movie “Taxi Driver.” Just 14, some of those soul signature traits show especially clearly, although we wouldn’t read them of course. (Ethically, one doesn’t read faces on people under 18.)
Left-leaning nose (The Fame Trait): A destiny for public acclaim.
Right eye is smaller than the left eye: Valuing feminine energy, intuition, over masculine energy and authority figures.
Extra full lower lip, what my colleague Lailan Young dubbed “Blarney Lips”: Exceptional persuasiveness.
Straight chin bottom: Making choices based primarily on principle, not convenience, staying in control, etc.
Yes, with the skill of a sophisticated face reader you can look at all these photos and see how the photography and makeup have disguised the nose and eye asymmetries. Interesting, huh?
You’ll notice these same attributes in 2008, when Foster starred in “Nim’s Island.”
What has changed? Tighter skin. No bags under her eyes! With each passing year, wider jaws.
Friends, if you’re ever looking for a quick tip-off to who is pushing the body really hard to stay uncomfortably skinnier — I wouldn’t of course use those dreaded words “eating disorder” when such things are (a) a job requirement for Hollywood and (b) not usually publicly discussed — and when it’s not enough to look BELOW the face at the super-slim body, check out the jaws.
The larger those jaws, the greater the determination being used to whittle that body “down to size” and keep it there.
Jodie Foster has clearly worked hard to keep herself looking unchanged over the decades. What do you notice about her aura?
Here I’ll just choose one databank, the Throat Chakra databank I call “Communicating as an actress.”
- At 14 in “Taxi Driver”: An ancient being is present in that aura, intellectually based for this lifetime. Jodie’s analytical awareness is superb, also very active. She constantly analyzes, deconstructs, notices how people use facial expression, posture, voices. As a performer, she is confident that she can mimic any combination of human affect and expression.
All she needs to do is to understand it intellectually, separate the parts, and command herself to express it. This is a kind of magic for her, still a new toy, using this gift of her soul. And at 18 there is an overlay of youthful exhuberance and confidence that she will be well rewarded for showing her stuff.
- At 26 in “The Accused”: Jodie’s gift of the soul has become more established. At this time in her life, she is playing with cranking up the sexual energy, finding it fun to use this extra component of her human self to add power to a performance.
- At 34 in “Contact”: By now, Jodie has more of a personal investment in being praised, appreciated, loved through her career.
Acting still isn’t about her ego. It’s a form of service to humanity that flows THROUGH her personal ego, and she’s still dedicated to exploring the human condition and showing it larger than life yet still believable.
However, configurations of STUFF in her aura have left her feeling pretty depleted in her personal life at this time. She wants good reactions to this performance in order to make herself feel better.
- At 46 in “Nim’s Island”: All of the technical skill remains; Jodie Foster is a meticulous performer. If anything, her natural talent has been honed through dedication to her art.
Unfortunately, enormous STUFF bearing down upon her. Joy is largely absent, at the time of this photo. Many of the hopes and dreams that Jodie brought into this life have been shattered, and she’s bravely doing her best to pick up those shards, using the movie as a reason to pull herself together.
Acting is a cruel business, often ruled by karma rather than talent, and a long acting career at her level of fame has been extremely challenging.
Personally, I think I was sensing the growing brittleness under Foster’s skin… even before noting all the (gee, I’m just guessing here) cosmetic surgery. Maybe Foster’s face just never has developed any lines, bags or sags, and we’re seeing the natural face of a woman in her late 40s, bearing an uncanny resemblance to herself at 14.
I’ve always admired Jodie Foster. In a profession that attracts brainy people at least as often as bimbos and himbos, she stands out as uncommonly smart. Aura readers, empaths, face readers — you’ll find a lot to admire here.
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