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How could I resist researching adorable Anne Hathaway? Granted, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, not Best Actress. Not her fault. The part was, technically, smaller than biggy-big.

What really got me curious about this role was reading how everyone’s movie singing was done “live,” (unlike, say, presidential inauguration singing). And that Anne practiced a bit in advance of her performance about, specifically, how to vocalize while crying. As quoted in Hathaway’s interview for “Parade” magazine:

“I was aware that if I had to cry take after take, it would affect my sinuses, which are integral to singing,” she said.

“So I practiced singing while crying a few months before we started filming just to get used to it.”

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Get ready for today’s Aura Reading Movie Review

You can find a complete list of Academy Award Nominees at this link for Aura Reading Movie Reviews.

The Film: “Les Misérables”

Anne’s role: As Fantine, Anne Hathaway plays a young mother who loses her job in a factory and struggles to find money to support her daughter. (Also known as “Living as a prostitute.”)

Here are the photos we’ll use.

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.

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as the sprightly young vegan, having an amazing career, Anne Hathaway

THE photo, easy for you to use for aura reading Anne Hathaway on a separate screen.

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Fantine

Other picture to use for aura reading that Fantine character on a separate screen.

Anne Hathaway’s Aura Reading Movie Review

You can learn more about this Academy Award Nominee at this link to Aura Readings for Academy Award Nominees in 2013

Even if you don’t dare to see the multi-hankie movie, I’ll bet you can handle this aura reading. That’s how it is for me, anyway.

Gaaaa, even using empath skills and clearly not doing any kind of empath merge, unskilled or skilled, what happens to me soon as I look at any of the really wretched photos of the actress in her role as Fantine?

My mirror neurons go wild.

Maybe, some day, I will listen to the sound track to “Les Misérables“, in very small doses.

Otherwise, the last thing I need is a movie experience designed to connect me to intense human misery. Personally, I move into that type of experience only when I am helping clients. Then, being a skilled empath, I go into those experiences enough to get the info, using skills of Energy Spirituality. Quickly afterwards, out I go.

Well, here I go now, intrepidly, into this far easier-to-handle experience of simple aura reading research, energy literacy at the level of chakra databanks, no Skilled Empath Merge. Allowing my mirror neurons to calm down. LOL.

Aura Reading Databank at the Root Chakra for Connecting to Physical Reality

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Anne

14 inches. Basically steady, enjoyable way of living. Currently, however, shaky. Healing trauma around lack of food. Body is still thought about obsessively, off and on, intermingled with ability to notice anything at all about physical reality.

It’s common knowledge that the already movie star skinny Anne lost 25 pounds for the role as Fantine. Evidently, she starved herself by eating only two thin squares of dried oatmeal paste per day.

The film shoot is over. Much praise has poured in. Hopefully much nourishing food has been eaten as well. But Anne Hathaway’s body is still in chakra shock, still reacting to the starvation.

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Fantine

1/8 inch. Complete heartbreak. Total helplessness.

This character lives in a hostile world with zero security, no prospects, not the littlest particle of trust in physical reality.

Not only is she a complete victim but she has struggled really hard to be courageous. This courage has just been smashed as well.

Chakra Databank Change Points

1 point. Now that’s what I call a completely different way of being at the level of chakra databanks. Great acting!

Aura Reading Databank at the Belly Chakra for Sex Appeal

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Anne

4 feet. In recovery, still, from the starvation, Anne Hathaway’s sex appeal circuits are distorted from the inner adjustments she went through with all that starvation.

Her innate sex appeal is in shock.

Moreover, there are still heavy thought forms and energetic subroutines that helped motivate her to starve, such as, “The thinner I become, the sexier I will seem to others.”

Of course, I am reading the actress only at the time of the photo. I’m rooting for her to make a speedy recovery, at the level of chakra databanks and beyond.

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Fantine

9 tormented inches. Sex appeal is a mess; anything about sex is a mess.

This character lives with the impact of having been a prostitute. Amazing destruction of every aspect of sexuality, pulling herself back together, going forth to engage again for survival.

Chakra Databank Change Points

Wow, Hathaway wins 1 more Chakra Databank Change Point for sure.

Aura Reading Databank at the Solar Plexus Chakra for Sharing Power in Relationships

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Anne

18 feet. Sense of power is in transition.

The impact of stardom and success is beginning to change this young celebrity. The fact of her impact, the reactions of others, have started to really register as a certainty.

By this point in her career, Anne Hathaway is learning that she can have what she wants with people. She can shape her contacts, her career, and never have anyone push her around ever again.

This isn’t a bossiness originating from her. Rather, this is her current reaction to success. Her innate humility, sweetness, and youthful plasticity in relationships has moved into a weird new power dynamic common to the megastars.

Years, even months, from now, Hathaway may put the celebrity into a healthy perspective.

In this moment, however, she is weakened by the starvation, bowled over by the huge success, and at risk for becoming far less human in her personal identity, more a member of the “Troubled Star Club.” 

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Fantine

2 inches of victimhood. It feels impossible to have power, to negotiate with anyone.

Abject despondency, created through having tried hard and been pushed into misery. Not a shred of self-pity. This is the ultimate portrayal of an innocent victim.

My favorite motto, facilitating Past-Life Regression Hypnosis, is “There are no innocent victims.” But that is for someone who comes for a session of Soul Energy Awakening Regression Hypnosis, here in Sterling, Virginia. Someone who receives complete healing frozen blocks that relate to karma and problems and illnesses in this lifetime!

As an Aura Reading Movie Critic, rather than a Consulting Hypnotist, sure there can be an innocent victim. Her name is “Fantine.”

Chakra Databank Change Points

1 huge Chakra Databank Change Point is being awarded to nobody’s victim, Anne Hathaway.

Aura Reading Databank at the Heart Chakra for Emotional Self-Awareness

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Anne

47 feet. Emotional curiosity is healthy and strong. (Hooray, finally, something more happy and encouraging in today’s aura reading!)

Emotional exploration is a major strength for Anne.

However, I would be remiss in reporting on this chakra databank to leave my reportage here. To my perception, Anne is toying with ways of having her emotional self-awareness skew toward the interestingly neurotic.

In a physiological way, her emotions were distorted considerably by the 25-pound weightloss into near-starvation. Those emotions aren’t flowing normally yet. Hence the morbid fascination.

Even after her body is back to normal and has recovered from the trauma of the severe malnourishment, it’s a tossup. Will Anne stay interested in exploring quirky, interesting emotions related to distress, anorexia, etc.? Will her identity become framed around that World Server job of actress, with accolades for neurotic complexity and anorexia?

Or will she move back into a healthier human way of living, with a vibrant and joyous exploration of life, including emotional self-awareness?

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Fantine

6 inches. Numbness alternates with pain. None of it pretty.

Chakra Databank Change Points

Ouch, yes, one more Chakra Databank Change Point is scored by Intrepid Anne.

Aura Reading Databank at the Throat Chakra for Verbal Integrity

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Anne

40 miles. Integrity is non-negotiable for Anne Hathaway.

She is commited to honest, speaking truth, bringing truth into the world as an actor.

A Divine blessing adds ease and grace to her communication, just because of this firm soul-level commitment.

Aura readers, if you are going to read just one chakra databank on Anne Hathaway, use the photo of herself as herself, and research this Throat Chakra Databank. Come be inspired!

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Fantine

4 inches. A  mopey, beaten down, and despondent communicator, this character has a sort of verbal integrity.

The truth telling goes, “Even if you were interested in hearing what I have to say, which I doubt will happen before this living hell freezes over, even if you were interested somehow, you wouldn’t believe me and all the talking wouldn’t make the slightest bit of difference.”

Well, not a pleasant way to have a human lifetime, but a great way to win a….

Chakra Databank Change Points

Yet one more large Chakra Databank Change Point goes to Anne Hathaway for this performance.

Aura Reading Databank at the High Chakra for Soul Thrill

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Anne

Fills the room, plus many miles. Anne Hathaway has a destiny to be a mega-famous, mega-talented actress.

She is glowing in the latest interation of her success. This glow doesn’t come from personal ego so much as a promise kept. Anne is fulfilling this destiny, and she’s relaxing into the quantum leap to her fame and professional stature.

Reading Anne Hathaway’s aura as Fantine

90 miles. A gorgeous Divine connection. Anne Hathaway, in her role as Fantine, remains aware that she is giving a great performance and this thrills her soul enormously.

Anne is expressed here, not Fantine.

Anne has managed to cling to this aspect of her own identity and sanity. Helped the actress get through the physical starvation and immersion into mental anguish.

Soul thrill, with that distinctive Anne Hathaway quality, is a larger than normal but otherwise the usual quality.

Chakra Databank Change Points

None here, but personally I’m glad that Anne kept her soul thrill going with her. This way, I hope she will suffer less personal damage from all the anguish associated with making this movie.

Conclusion, with total Chakra Databank Change Points

Earning a powerful 4 out of 5 Chakra Databank Change Points, Anne Hathaway has done a recklessly intense, full immersion exploration of one of the archetypes that billions of moviegoers like to see most: A woman cast as poor, innocent victim.

Anne has done more than bring on the victimhood though, earning those Chakra Databank Change Points.

This is a nuanced, fully realized character with huge backstory to every shift to a chakra databank.

I have attempted to convey this in the aura reading comments about each chakra databank.

Creativity and artistry have been used to send out a coherent, selective quality of identity.

Absolutely magnificent!

The cute part of this Aura Reading Movie Review

On a lighter note, Anne Hathaway’s little slip-up about the High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill…

It is such a funny contrast. Sweet, really.

Because I did some supplementary aura reading research today:

  • Fantine’s Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source is such a mess.
  • This could count as another Chakra Databank Change Point, since what shows in Anne’s same chakra databank when portraying herself?  A dazzling and glorious connection spiritually!

When it comes to losing Chakra Databank Change Points, what is far more common? A sexy actor or actress will manage to win many Chakra Databank Change Points for seeming like a victim, or be arrogant and villainey… but leave intact the usual sex appeal.

Why? Sex sells.

For her performance in “Les Misérables,” Anne Hathaway was perfectly willing and able to downplay the sex appeal component. Yet, in her spiritual innocence, she couldn’t downplay her usual glow, at least the way her soul loves doing the work. It glows her right up.

As I noted at the start of today’s post, adorable Anne Hathaway!

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  1. 1
    Jordan says:

    Aw, Anne Hathaway. Rose, I guess you never saw the trailer for this movie. Every time it came on… omg.. just two seconds of Anne singing and you’re ready to sob along with her. I didn’t see the movie- the trailer was intense enough for me!

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    Dave says:

    “Anne Hathaway has done a recklessly intense, full immersion exploration of one of the archetypes that billions of moviegoers like to see most: A woman cast as poor, innocent victim.”

    Why do you think this is Rose?

    And also I’m a bit confused as to what intense losing of weight has to do with chakra databanks. Is it that food is a big source of physical stability and that if a star neglects that then they’re throwing the spritual out of whack? Theyre making themselves more aurically vulnerable? Would effects like this be seen from simple, non-extreme, dieting?

    Thanks for the aura reading.

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    JORDAN, I get that burst into tears tendency just looking at the photo in today’s blog post, and there are other photos — still photos — online with her in greater distress that could really crank out the mirror neurons.

    Your comment amused me enormously. I do agree with your point.

    Having to add the pain encoded in her voice while she is singing? Given how clairaudience is one of my bigger gifts for aura reading?

    No, I would not volunteer for that.

    My friends are used to my strange behavior with movie previews in a theater, how I will rapidly decide to slam my eyes shut and/or also put my hands hard over my ears.

    Yes, I am a skilled empath. But there can be very big, powerful images and sounds tossed out in a movie trailer. Great for rousing the Highly Insensitive Person.

    I have no compunction about avoiding most movie trailers. Self-authority, plus I would rather look ridiculous in a movie theater than have deep pain or gratuitous violence imprinted in my storehouse of impressions for the duration of my soul’s journey.

    If it helped my client, sure I would do the equivalent of watching that trailer. And have done, often.

    How about the rest of you Blog-Buddies? Do you really enjoy some movies and TV, as I do? Do you watch movie trailers as well?

  4. 4

    DAVE, two great questions in one comment.

    First, why do viewers love watching beautiful women in the role of innocent victims?

    Because those women are more beautiful than the usual victims in one’s life.

    Kidding, partly.

    In so many ways, victimhood can be stuck in a person’s circumstances.

    As a healer, I know that dynamics of victimhood are often stuck in a cord of attachment — a big reason to pursue quality cord-cutting.

    Other forms of STUFF that can be released, like frozen blocks of energy, negative thought forms, psychic coercion — all are types of victim.

    When struggling to emerge from victimhood and take responsibility, a person can find it helpful to blame energy vampires, psychic vampires, psychic attack, toxic personalities, narcissists, etc.

    Emerging further from victimhood, it becomes possible to find sessions of Energy Spirituality, you know?

    One way to describe “Personal path toward Enlightenment” could be, “Personal path away from victimhood and sense of fate, then toward responsibility for self and use of free will, and then into joy, inner serenity, and the strength to cope with human predicaments with full self-authority.”

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    As for the starvation part of your question, DAVE, in America we have a collective blindness toward starvation.

    Extreme thinness has moved into the culture so strongly that we consider skeletal figures to be normal, especially in women.

    At this blog, and beyond, there have been articles about this weird idea of glamour. What do I call it? “The Anorexic Ideal.”

    This link can point any of you Blog-Buddies towards articles where we have discussed what happens to people, at the level of chakra databanks, by striving to meet standards for extreme thinness:

    This link can show you

  6. 6
    Amy says:

    I watched the stage version and was stuck by it being about God and didn’t cry at all, but felt really uplifted and energised.

    I prepared myself for the movie, and yes the big visuals and the sound can be so intense that I did tear up. I especially teared up at the end and final scene.

    I have avoided all violent and scary films for the last three years, I don’t feel I am missing out at all! Sometimes I will even check the entire plot of a film online before I watch it. Sometimes if everyone at work is talking about a particular film I will read up on it and that satiates my curiosity about it.

    I can’t stand to watch violence, especially sexual violence, and scary movies. I can handle listening to someone in a trainee counselling session or at the hospice or for a friend – because it is real and useful and necessary to listen in those situations. It is not necessary for ‘entertainment’. No gratuitous nonsense for me either!

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    Continuing, DAVE, when researching Anne Hathaway, I wasn’t expecting this to be a theme.

    This fan of her movies has seen her always at movie star thinness.

    I don’t have some theory that self-starving to 25 pounds below that occupational hazard-type emaciation could… really create short-term trauma at a physical or psychological level.

    I just read auras, read chakra databanks, you know?

    Then I call it like I read it.

    What if Hathaway had been cast in a movie that required her to cut herself? Not just wear makeup but, daily, cut herself?

    Don’t you think that sort of punishment would have had physical and psychological and energetic consequences.

    I have no way of knowing about such consequences for her, short term or long term. I just hope she overcomes them quickly. And at the time she was photographed, I found what I found.

    Make sense?

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    AMY, I remember a previous comment you made about “Les Miserables.” Yes, to watch it as all about God would be a different experience.

    And, in a way, isn’t every life situation?

    Obviously we’re kindred spirits about selective entertainment versus helping.

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    Paige says:

    Thanks Rose, I love these aura readings, so much fun.
    Being someone that is more likely to overeat than starve myself I’m wondering if overeating is just as damaging as starving aurically.

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    Dave says:

    Yea Rose, that makes sense. Thanks for the follow up. It sounds like she put herself through physical and emotional trauma to inhabit this disturbing role and those after effects are showing up in her aura.

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    Jill Erin says:

    So funny, your description of you inability to watch scary or violent movies or even trailers, Rose. I have always been too susceptible to those things. I didn’t go to the movie Night of the Living Dead when I was in High School for that very reason. Then, my best friend sat and described it to me in gory details over hamburgers the day after she saw it and, well, I had nightmares for weeks after that. So, I, too, close my eyes tight and refuse to let those images and sounds into my brain.

  12. 12
    Primmie says:

    Thank you for this wonderful reading Rose.

    Starvation can have a devastating effect on the body and mind so it doesn’t surprise me what you found in your reading. This is an article about famine and how it can damage genes.

  13. 13
    Amanda says:

    I was so happy to read this post; Anne Hathaway is one of my favourite actresses.

    I’m glad that she’s such a good one and in awe of anyone who can immerse herself so completely in another character and then project it. What a talent!

    When I read your nominee readings Rose (and thank you for posting them) I end up wondering what the proportion of empaths is in the acting profession: if it’s one in 20 in the general population, I expect there are some careers such as acting where that proportion must go up significantly.

    I did a quick aura reading on the top photograph and came up with a very sweet Emotional Intuition and Physical Oneness, but having never read for empathy before I am not entirely sure!


  14. 14
    Jean says:

    Thanks for this post Rose….was especially moved – and uplifted – by your following words.

    One way to describe “Personal path toward Enlightenment” could be,
    “Personal path away from victimhood and sense of fate, then toward responsibility for self and use of free will, and then into joy, inner serenity, and the strength to cope with human predicaments with full self-authority.”

  15. 15
    Bridget says:

    I heard such great things about this movie from my co-workers. When I got the chance, I went and saw it. Oh. My. Gosh. As an empath gradually gaining skills I was immediately thrown into an emotional roller coaster. Anne was amazing, but it was too much for this empath (she’s that good)! Plus, I was a little too close to her subject matter so I left after she died. I wasn’t going to sit through the abuse of her daughter! Great acting, her soul thrill is captivating, but it’s too draining on this gifted, sensitive empath. Excellent review, Rose.

    I also sincerely hope Anne fully recovers from the starvation – I’d hate to see all her future roles be laced with those circuit patterns. It worked for this role – and maybe “The Devil Wears Prada” – but I don’t want to see her soul thrill fade as her body becomes accustomed to starvation.

  16. 16
    Dave says:

    In another reading Rose did of Anne Hathaway awhile back she said she was an empath, at least with spiritual oneness. I’ve read pretty much every post on this blog, lol.

    Interestingly I’ve never really liked Anne Hathaway as a celebrity, but I don’t know that I’ve seen any of her movies. I remember watching her and James Franco put on what I found to be a cringe-worthy hosting of the Oscars a few years back, a try-hard performance which is forever burned into my subconscious.

  17. 17
    Amanda says:

    Dave, you’ve read the WHOLE BLOG? That’s impressive.

    Rose has written it, even more impressive!

    That’s interesting, I’m not keen on her as a celebrity either, it’s as an actress that I like her.



  18. 18
    Paige says:

    Dave, I have the same reaction to Anne Hathaway and had the same reaction to her hosting of the Academy Awards, although I am a big fan of The Devil wears Prada.
    For me she is a bit too giddy, trying too hard at least at a very surface level that’s the reaction I have. After Roses’ reading I actually feel more positive about her.

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    Jordan says:

    I am interested in Anne Hathaway’s personality and reactions to it, as she has become the butt of jokes for her expansive giddiness.

    To me it seems genuine. It really seems like she can hardly help her over-the-top reactions, and why should she, really? She seems very willing to share the spotlight, even if she does have this natural talent for taking it and drinking it in.

    She just reminds me of some of the drama kids from high school who loved to walk around the hallways belting show tunes, while everyone else rolled their eyes- sometimes with affection, often with annoyance.

  20. 20

    All these comments are so relishable, Blog-Buddies. Thanks one and all.

    AMANDA, in your Comment 13, you reminded me of one of the blog posts I have read here. DAVE might remember it. 😉

    “How to tell if someone else is an empath”

    You will find a complete technique to use, if you’re already an aura reader like AMANDA and so many of you others:

    Happy hunting, everyone!

  21. 21
    Anita says:

    Hi Rose,

    I always thought Anne Hathaway was destined for mega-fame, even when she was just playing her first role in “The Princess Diaries” with Julie Andrews. I think she has grown tremendously as an actress and your reading here is proof of that.

    I am inspired by the soul thrill databank in her high heart and her verbal integrity databank in her throat chakra.

    I have read in interviews about the actress that she is every bit as sweet as you describe – her friends affectionately refer to her as “Annie” and say that she is a very genuine and forgiving person. That is so appealing and rare in a young actress in this day and age. I hope, like you, that fame doesn’t distort her aurically and she remains so sunny and glowing. I also hope she recovers physically and aurically from her self-imposed starvation for her role as Fantine.

    I absolutely cannot watch movies like “Saw,” “Chainsaw Massacre,” etc. I will have nightmares for weeks.

    Movies that inspire me are ones I try to see – ones about courage, hope, resilience… Essentially, ordinary people doing extraordinary things in their daily lives. I love to see that on film.

  22. 22
    Elaine says:

    I like Anne Hathaway, but the last movie I saw with her was kind of depressing, Rachel Getting Married.

    As a kid strangely enough I loved watching all the creepy Chiller movies, Creature from the Black Lagoon…(60’s) which when viewed now might be laughable in view of today’s movies and their increasing shock value. I will never watch this movie or movies like this no matter how much press, etc. and how good artistically they may be, for me I don’t want to be “entertained” by getting incredibly sad.

    I actually don’t watch TV but will watch movies that interest or go to the movies. One time years ago I saw 1 scene from the first Chain Saw Massacre movie I think it was, where the guy in the mask, with a chainsaw, slams a sliding door shut, and that sealed it for me!

  23. 23
    Sue says:

    I appreciated the reminder that it’s not necessarily a good idea to immerse oneself in movies or TV shows that are full of scenes of horror, suffering, and gore, even though they may be incredibly popular and it seems everyone else loves them. I happened to be flipping channels once and came across Fred Rogers (Mr. Rogers 🙂 ) who was saying that the brave thing to do is turn off those shows, not to watch them.

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