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Aura Reading of Hideki Matsui

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Let the fun continue! It’s time for an Aura Reading inning, as we celebrate that most valuable player, Hideki. Join me in the reading by using your own skills, checking out one chakra databank at a time. Or just read along and add comments based on what you have noticed watching this baseball great on the field.

And if you’re interested in Face Reading skills, be sure to check out this earlier blog post, the Face Reading of Mr. Matsui.

I thought it would be fun to choose Aura Reading databanks related to success in life, in business or sports or any career at all.

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Root Chakra Databank for Making Money

Yes, indeed. Hideki-san is primed to earn loads of money because he connects directly and enthusiastically to life, to others, to objective reality. No significant STUFF blocks his way. And a gift of his soul is to focus so completely, yet widely, that he is like an amazing camera taking a picture of reality.

Usually, in life, a photo will show something in the foreground, with clearest focus. Other objects will show in the background, not as well in focus. But with Hideki, there’s a huge picture and, when he pays attention, everything is in focus.

Root Chakra Databank for Saving money

For Hideki-san, it’s about honor. If you live in an honorable way and do your best, of course you deserve to attract plenty of money. No significant STUFF blocks his prosperity.

Root Chakra Databank for Personality at Work

Focused and clear, aware of himself and his environment — Matsui isn’t doing anything fancy. He just does what he does exceedingly well.  Intimidating other players, trying to vanquish them through sneaky or sophisticated tricks, that isn’t his style, not at all. Nor does Hideki have major STUFF in the way, that distorts his personality. He’s simply himself.

Root Chakra Databank for Personality Projected at Work

Yes, some sports celebrities may carry large and intimidating facades that help them. (For instance, check the blog archives for my reading of Kobe Bryant.)

Hideki’s version of this is very Japanese. It might well be unsettling for his American opponents. The self he projects isn’t there at all. “Look right past me,” it says. “I’m just part of the environment.”

“Humility” is how a Westerner might think of it, but there’s nothing self-effacing about it. Instead, Hideki has learned how to position himself as who he is without adding a whole lot of ego.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Self-confidence at Work

Confidence is easy, because Hideki doesn’t bother with ego issues while playing a game. Instead, like the greats in every profession, he knows how to “get out of the way. His gift here is to have consciousness flow in the situation, use the skill sets he has developed, and not obstruct a thing.

STUFF isn’t involved. And that’s why Hideki can play so effectively and confidently. It isn’t about his reputation or his wealth or anything that would go into baseball statistics. He just is. And does. No worries.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Handling Conflict at Work

This athlete is a profoundly stubborn man. Sure, it’s a gift of his soul. When he goes after something, he persists until he gets it.

No STUFF forces him to feel guilty. Nor does STUFF distort his clarity. He just keeps on going, like an Energizer Bunny of Baseball.

Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Self-Awareness at Work

The gift of Hideki’s soul here is to be sensitive to emotions and compassionate with himself. So much STUFF is involved here, however, that he pretty much disgregards personal feelings. Instead he focuses on his physical body and the sensations involved there.

Were Mr. Matsui a psychotherapist, that might be a big problem. In his chosen field, however, lack of that particular form of intelligence has relatively small impact.

Throat Chakra Databank for Communication at work

Self-contained communication — that’s Hideki’s talent. Some of us are set up in life as extroverts, others introverts. Hideki’s communication databank reveals a gift for needing his own counsel, expressing himself to himself mainly, and holding even those interior conversations in very few words.

So the great ballplayer chose his profession well. Alone at the plate, he’s perfectly well able to give himself advice about how to bat, when to run, etc. Sure he can read those funny signals used on a baseball team. But the real communication is within him.

STUFF around many of Hideki’s throat chakra databanks might limit his communication, but for the work that he does, who cares? He’s still plenty forceful as a communicator, just not as powerful with this part of his aura as with others. And those others, like those previously read here, matter more for success at this particular game.

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Willing to See the Truth about your Human Life

Hideki Matui is extremely good at paying attention in the here and now. He isn’t afraid to notice minute details about how feels in his body, the pace of his thoughts, anything. This noticing is part of what he does playing ball. He notices plenty and he notices it without paying a whole lot of attention to his personal ego.

In the proud and flashy world of professional sports, it’s more common for a star athlete to have an ego the size of a whole bunch ‘o baseballs. Not this guy. STUFF isn’t a big factor. Hideki notices his life and goes for what he wants. That simple.

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source

And here we have one more triumph in the aura of Hideki Matsui. He happens to have a huge and vibrant spiritual connections.While playing he’s aware, in a natural way. Ever hear this joke? “I’m not tense. I’m just very, very aware.” That is so not Hideki. He has a natural, authentic, huge spiritual connection. It lights up his life, his relationship to Spiritual Source, his ability to be aware of all on his team, all on the field. And, to a lesser extent, he’s aware of all at the stadium.

Awareness like that is your destiny, too.

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    To me he seems an interesting example of someone who is both grounded in his body and spiritually connected. I can’t think of another person you’ve read, Rose, who is able to be in the here and now, connected up and down. What a fascinating study.

    Thanks for sharing this. It’s nice to see someone who knows himself that way.

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    Bonnie says:

    What an inspiration.

    “I’m just part of the environment.” What a remarkable self-statement.

    I’m thinking that is so not an average American statement. Well, probably nature photographers practice this modest presence.

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