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Molecular Empath Contest, Results BEGUN

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Were any of the nominees in our recent Contest about Molecular Empaths actually Molecular Empaths?

Thanks so much to all who participated in this contest, which is now closed. Here are some remarks about each proposed candidate.

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.

1. Masakazu Ikeda Sensei, a molecular empath?

One of the most prolific authors on Traditional Oriental Medicine, Ikeda Sensei was proposed by Australian acupuncturist Adam McIntosh in his Comment 5.

Truly an outstanding healer and spiritual light in this world, it was wonderfully surprising for me to make the acquaintance of Ideka-san. Although NOT a molecular empath, he does qualify (to my perception, using my usual criteria for evaluating consciousness through Stage Three Energetic Literacy) for The Enlightenment Life List.

So there he has just arrived, as #135.

2. Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei, a molecular empath?

ADAM MCINTOSH proposed this candidate as well, as a molecular empath. Probably this was because Hatsumi-san has purple hair in the original photo supplied with ADAM’s blog comment. 😉 No, because “Invariably, people who meet him describe some variant of the ‘being seen with 10,000 eyes’ experience” (described in one of my posts helping folks to understand what it means in practical terms, being a molecular empath).

ADAM has also praised Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei as the world’s foremost teacher of Ninjutsu, as well as being a television celebrity and artist.

I do find Masaaki Hatsumi Sensei to have that distinctive and rare gift of being a molecular empath.

What a great teaching sequence, too, courtesy of ADAM. His first nominee, not a molecular empath but spiritually Enlightened. The second nominee not yet Enlightened but a molecular empath!

3. Keith Jarrett, a molecular empath?

In Comment #7, BERNIE SMITH nominated pianist Keith Jarrett becauase “I’m a musician myself and I believe Jarrett to be one of the world’s finest ever improvisors. I don’t use the word genius lightly but I think it could quite reasonably be applied to Jarrett!”

If I taught psychic devleopment instead of energetic literacy, perhaps I could hear music flow right out of BERNIE’S soulful photograph. and I bet I would love it.

Alas, I must content myself with regular old reading, a.k.a. Stage Three Energetic Literacy. The news isn’t great, BERNIE, so I apologize for any shock value.

Although it seems quite clear that Keith Jarrett is NOT a molecular empath, I can appreciate what you mean, BERNIE, about the genius label. Partly, it’s talent. However, in the photo supplied, it is quite clear that Jarrett is high, and on a rather intense recreational substance, such as heroin. This shows in Third Eye Chakra Databanks such as “Connection to Psychic Guidance” and “Musical Inspiration”: Out to the moon and positioned at a fairly high astral level.

(Both of these chakra databanks,  incidentally, are good examples of how each person has hundreds of chakra databanks that are specialized due to lifestyle, choices, interests, etc. About half of a person’s chakra databanks are standard for humans, like “Spiritual Growth” at the Third Eye Chakra Databank. That one, at the time of Jarrett’s photograph, is very small, congested, and STUFF-ridden — part of the price he pays for his experiments of a pharmaceutical nature.)

What is truly remarkable, from aura reading Keith Jarrett, is how very coordinated he has become at performing while high as a kite. No wonder he could be considered a genius, in the tradition of others who have done similar forms of drug-assisted physical coordination (at great personal cost), such as Charlie Mingus and Kurt Cobain.

4. Autism Researcher Fred Volkmar, MD, a molecular empath?

In Comment 13, ANONYMOUS (who is, herself, a molecular empath) nominated Fred Volkmar, MD, current director of the Yale Child Study Center and one of the world’s preeminent researchers in autism and autism spectrum disorders.

Presenting her nomination, ANONYMOUS explained, “I think child and adolescent psychiatry is such an important field that I would love to learn more about one of the most influential leaders in the field. I believe that who Dr. Volkmar is and the example he sets not only has a huge influence on the field of child and adolescent psychiatry, his influence ripples out to society as a whole. People like Dr. Volkmar have tremendous influence on policies, social practices, and cultural beliefs around childhood mental illness and treatment.

“I know that Dr. Volkmar is an empath. I’m not totally sure if he is a molecular empath.”

Molecular empath? Definitely. Just between you and me, ANONYMOUS (plus anybody else reading this world), I’m in love. Still faithful to my husband, obviously, but wow,  am I ever crushing on the aura of this man! Thank you so much for nominating him. So special!

I WILL be reading his aura here at the blog. Yum! Though that does not necessarily make you the winner officially of this contest.

Let’s pause here in this sorting out process, continuing with follow-up later. Any questions or reactions so far, Blog-Buddies?

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  1. 1
    Adam McIntosh says:

    How exciting! Thank you, Rose, for taking the time to do that research.

    The first day I met Ikeda Sensei, I was feeling quite ill, grumpy and exhausted from long travel. As soon as I got within a few meters of Sensei, I suddenly felt magnificent, physically and emotionally. It was a shocking and instantaneous contrast! I wonder if that is an effect enlightened people tend to have, or if it was one of his particular gifts?

    Regarding Hatsumi Sensei: his teacher, Toshitsugu Takamatsu Sensei, wrote of the joy of having a student who truly understood his teachings. I can see how molecular empathy would have helped there 🙂

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    ADAM, it is exciting to learn at that level of chakra databanks another component of what we experience through life’s other levels and human situations.

    These were superb nominees, no question.

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    Anonymous says:

    Dear Rose,

    My first reaction: “I am SO floored.”
    Thank you so much for doing this contest. I have to admit that I’ve been eagerly awaiting your comments!

    Like you, I absolutely *adore* Dr. Volkmar. I am so pleased to learn that you are now also a fan of this incredible person.

    I’ve learned so much from this blog, especially from posts about empaths, molecular empaths, face and aura readings, and spiritual enlightenment. I keep moving forward on my path, with increasing clarity, lightness, and joy.

    I loved all the other nominations and participation from other Blog Buddies. It’s terrific to see this level of ongoing engagement.

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    Anonymous says:

    For those who are clairaudient – or just like radio interviews – you can listen to Dr. Volkmar talking about Asperger’s Syndrome on NPR (on the show “Fresh Air”) at this link:
    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1872620

    Click on the link in the box with the word “Listen.”

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    ANONYMOUS, I look forward to listening. Thanks so much for providing this link.

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    Isabelle says:

    Interesting about Keith Jarrett. I used to listen to a lot of Bill Evans. Recently I got out some old cds and fell in love with them again but…..also felt very dragged down. True, his music is extremely romantic/sentimental, which can for me easily go down the melancholy road, but I really think it is because I sense the numbness of being high (heroin early on, and later cocaine) and it felt like it was enveloping and sticking to me, ugh.

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