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Aura Readings and Empath-Merge of Roger Federer

Abigail Breslin Aura Reading


As requested, here comes the latest in our series of aura readings of athletes. Bring on the energy field of sumptuous tennis star Roger Federer. (To find his recent face reading, click here.)

Modeling for you Blog-Buddies what it means to use skill as an empath, I will tell you the precise point in today’s reading when (and if) I decide that it is safe for me to also do a Skilled empath merge on the man.

Everyone can read auras.

Not everyone is an empath, just 1 in 20 Americans, 1 in 5 Japanese (as I have noticed from teaching there). Not everyone can play tennis the way Roger does, more like nobody! So let’s plunge into his aura databanks and find out if our score for this reading really can be measured in “love.”

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.

Root Chakra Databank for Presence on the Tennis Court

Roger’s glee is palpable. He just adores being able to slam his opponents. He also gets such a kick out of playing ELEGANTLY.

Blog-buddies, I know nothing about this athlete but there’s something about his passion and pride concerning elegance that makes me wonder if the man is French. I’m going to check out his nationality at Wikipedia and return.

Aha! Roger is Swiss but grew up close to the borders of France and Germany. 🙂

Right Knee Sub-Chakra Databank for Relationship to Male Tennis Players

As a gift of his soul, Roger loves to outwit other guys. Craftiness, strategy, and psychological intimidation are art forms for him. In terms of STUFF lodged in this databank, Roger definitely has something to prove. I find a “Nyah-nyah” quality of triumphing over his enemies and relishing the final stomp.

That’s the deal breaker for me. I’m thinking, no Skilled Empath merge with this dude. If I’m going to connect up deeply with someone who is really talented as an athlete, I would prefer someone with more kindness.

For any kind of learning, it’s important to find a source you like. Otherwise, qualities that you find incompatible will be encoded along with the knowledge you desire. That’s especially true when you do a Skilled Empath Merge and directly imbibe another person’s way-to-be.

Right Elbow Sub-Chakra Databank for Handling Judgment of Spectators

How I sympathize with any athlete who must deal with an audience of spectators. Fans are one thing, foes another. How does Roger relate to having an audience present? According to his most relevant chakra databank, this man doesn’t have to develop a “thick skin.” Instead, he was born with it, another gift of his soul.

Instead, he was born with this orientation, so consider it another gift of his soul. Roger is strongly ego-based, put together with every component needed to be a tough, and very male, champion-caliber athlete. STUFF at this databank makes it very easy for him to sneer at any detractors. It isn’t a matter of “I’ll show you.” or “What doesn’t kill me makes me stronger.” It’s more like, “You morons. Why would I care about your opinion when I could have mine?”

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Competition

Imagine Roger Federer in the midst of a major tennis match. Now imagine him talking right out of his ribcage:

“I am the winner. En route to my victory, I will enjoy making you squirm.”

Yes, this athlete is well endowed with competitive spirit. You know how some athletes have the attitude, “I’m mostly competing against myself”? Not this guy. Winning is quite personal for him. It’s both a delight and an expectation.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Connection to Other Players

In yesterday’s blog post, we considered walls that empaths build into their auras, mistakenly thinking that walls are a protection against taking on other people’s pain. A clever comment raised the point that non-empaths also can (and do) build walls. Roger is quite a specialist at this. He has constructed his very effectively to keep him out of range of any influence from a competitor.

Some athletes are empaths. (I’m especially partial to the empath circuits of Tiger Woods, profiled in a recent issue of my e-zine.)

Federer, however, is a great example of an athlete who definitely is NOT an empath. Beyond this, he has made the choice to connect as little as possible.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Connection to his Audience while Playing

Very impressive! Federer connects to the praise and allows it to energize him. Any non-praise-type energy flowing to him from the audience is immediately filtered out, utterly disregarded.

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Willingness to see the Truth of his Human Life

Are you kidding? Federer has zero interest in some introspective, mushy-gushy, pathetic evaluation of his human life.

“Let the tennis score be my evaluation!” This could be his motto.

In this way, the tennis great is very much like other successful young people. They don’t start to question life until life stops delivering goodies on their doorstep daily.

When I was a girl, we really did have a milkman who came to my apartment building to make daily deliveries. By the time I was a teenager, I didn’t go to malls or typical teen hangouts of the time. I started sampling churches, temples, every denomination of religion within walking distance. Why? In part, life wasn’t delivering that many goodies, compared to the pain.

If you think back to when your own spiritual seeking started, it probably wasn’t on the day that someone handed you a sports trophy.

High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill while Playing Tennis

This is where I fall in love with Roger Federer. Hitting that globe of a ball, he is brimfilled with celestial light. Playing tennis is his glory, exactly what he incarnated to do. And to do so brilliantly, it is a delight to the entire universe.

Coordination, senses, breath — all of it is focused completely. Tennis is Federer’s church, his surrender.

For this part of his aura, yes, I’ll definitely do a a Skilled Empath Merge.

Time stands still. A single tennis ball becomes the moving point in a silent, still world. The joy of moving to meet it makes all other pleasures pale by comparison.


Roger is highly specialized as a person. He has exactly the auric strengths to excel in his sport. For now, developing other human virtues can wait.

For now, Federer’s busy being a peregrine, a cheetah, a blue fin tuna. On air, earth or sea, these are, respectively the fastest animals. On the tennis court, Roger Federer goes as fast as humanly possible, racket in hand.

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    Karin says:

    I guess for people whose main target in life is having to win again and again to move ahead, being an empath wouldn’t be very helpful.

    I am glad that I know now that I shouldn’t do an empathic merge with everybody and that I didn’t try too often, actually I once did one with a shaman after his trance, I guess I shouldn’t have taken that one lightly….

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    Betsy says:

    Wow, so interesting! Thanks! I was reading a blog site about Roger and a couple of things people say over and over about him are how elegant a player he is, and how good he is with strategy. Your aura and face readings of him confirm that.

    I especially enjoyed reading about his soul expression databank. That’s something else! It must make life nice and simple when there is one big thing that your soul has so obviously incarnated to do. Wish I had that:)

    I especially liked the line/idea in the reading about his playing brilliantly being the delight of the universe. That was beautiful. Thanks…

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    BETSY, you’re welcome.

    It does make a life nice and simple when you have one thing your soul has so obviously incarnated to do, but most of us DON’T. We evolve just as fast, and can do things that are just as important, as the famous folk like Federer.

    Thanks for writing,


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    KARIN, so glad you got the point that “I am glad that I know now that I shouldn’t do an empathic merge with everybody.” That’s very, very important, I think.

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    Lisa W says:

    1. Very interesting. I haven’t seen Federer play, nor do I know anything about him, but in the top picture, his back leg is in a very elegant position, pointed, almost like a ballet dancer.

    2. “Federer, however, is a great example of an empath who definitely is NOT an empath. Beyond this, he has made the choice to connect as little as possible.”

    I was confused about this sentence, but I think you meant to say Federer is an example of an athlete who is NOT an empath, right?

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    LISA W., you are SOOOOOO right. I corrected the typo. Thank you!

    You’re right about the elegance, too. Interesting observation.

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    Karin says:

    Rose, is it possible to do an empathic merge with only 1 aspect of a person, if you prefer not to merge with everything they represent? It seems to me from the above that this is possible?

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    KARIN, once again you have read correctly and perceptively.

    Prepare, aim your awareness, experience, get out.

    That’s the basic recipe. You can use the “Darshan” technique from “Empowered by Empathy’ or any of the turn empathy on type-techniques that you’ll find there.

    Good catch!

    One reason I find this blog interesting is that, because we’re interactive here, things that are super-obvious to me can be caught by a clever Blog-Buddy like you. So thank you, Karin.

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    serena says:

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    Dear Rose, I was surprised to see this come out of your assessment of Roger, who is well known for his kindness, generosity and loyalty and for the emotional side of his nature. Already he has founded an organisation that helps underprivileged children in the Third World and he is a UNICEF goodwill ambassador. Sure, he has to put tennis first at this stage in his career, but the fact that he genuinely cares about both of these roles can be seen from these and other documentaries (on YouTube: and etc

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    Serena, thanks for sharing. Remember, I was reading some of his databanks out of hundreds, not every one of them.

    Your comment made me wonder if I had done some horrible attack on Roger and so I re-read this post. Really, it doesn’t seem to me that I have described anything that conflicts with what you have said.

    Perhaps you would like to use your Aura Reading skills to read him for us! Choose any databanks in his aura you like.

    In any case, thanks for writing.

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    Linda says:

    I just reread this article, which I bookmarked a long time ago. As a Fed fan, I think a lot of it is pretty accurate — but the part that implies he looks down on his rivals is off base. Roger is known as a steely competitor, but also for treating his opponents with respect. His competitors have voted him the ATP “best sportsman” award for five years straight. He is very popular (there are lots of quotes by competitors talking about what a nice guy he is) and goes out of his way to make much lower ranked players feel comfortable with him. Can a person’s aura change over time? Perhaps you caught him at a bad point in his career!

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    LINDA, how lovely to hear from you. Can a person’s aura change over time? Definitely. Significantly.

    There’s always the possibility that I wasn’t accurate, too.

    When people do aura reading, others sometimes want to agree to all (or nothing) but it is wise to use your own self-authority. And wiser still to develop your own skill set for aura reading!

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