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Daniel Day-Lewis had a pretty woo-woo experience over the voice used to portray Lincoln in the Oscar-nominated performance for “Lincoln.” When finding photos for today’s post, I read the surprising story of The Lincoln Voice in “The Telegraph.”

Long story short, the actor has been criticized for using a high-pitched voice reminiscent of a 14-year-old boy or Mr. Burns on “The Simpsons.” How did Daniel discover it? After meticulously researching the role, Day-Lewis “heard it in his mind’s ear” and trusted what he received intuitively.

Recordings don’t exist from back in the day. However, “The Telegraph” quoted:

“Harold Holzer, a Lincoln scholar, told CBS News: “’Lincoln died long before audio recording was possible so we have no hints about what he really sounded like, except the reminiscences of his contemporaries.

“’The most frequent things we read are that he had a nasal, high voice that somehow miraculously floated over large crowds.’”

Clearly, the actor is clairaudient. (Not meaning Joan of Arc clairaudient, necessarily. Just having clairaudience in his personal gift set for aura reading.)

Clairaudient, sure. But can Day-Lewis act all the way down to the level of his chakra databanks? Let’s profile the contrasting auras.

Get ready for today’s Aura Reading Movie Review

The Film: “Lincoln

Daniel Day-Lewis’s role: As President Lincoln in the months prior to his assassination, he works to persuade Congress to pass a Constitutional amendment that would outlaw slavery.

Here are the photos we’ll use:

Reading Daniel’s aura as himself

The large-pixel version, easy for you to use for aura reading Daniel Day-Lewis on a separate screen. Plus you can really admire his neckware in the larger version. 😉

Reading Daniel’s aura as Abe Lincoln

The large-pixel version, easy for you to use for aura reading the portrayal of Abe Lincoln.

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.

Technically, this photo is quite amazing, isn’t it? All those shades of brown, yet the image of Lincoln is clearly visible. Rembrandt, if he lived today, would surely admire.

When you have full Stage Three Energy Literacy, every photograph of a person becomes an aura reading photo. Reading a picture in shades of brown is no harder than any other Aura Reading Through All Your Senses(R). Research along with me Blog-Buddies. Remember, your guest posts are always appreciated.

To learn more about how I do Aura Reading Movie Reviews, click onto our post about Aura Readings for Academy Award Nominees in 2013. So bring on today’s Aura Reading Movie Review!

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

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Daniel

40 feet. A proud gay man. (Uh-oh, I know nothing about this man’s life. Blog-Buddies who follow celebrities more than I do, tell me that he isn’t a Happy Clappy Conservative who runs a sexual conversion clinic like Marcus Bachmann, Michele Bachmann’s husbaund!)

Whatever his official sexual orientation, Day-Lewis is a quivering mass of sensibility. Hyper-sensitive, and comfortable with every bit of that sensitivity, the actor responds to physical reality, rather than connecting to it.

In short, Daniel Day-Lewis lives his own “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.”

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Lincoln

14 feet. Very aware of conflict. Feeling that his reality has been shattered.

Not to sound overly critical of the achievement of conveying such a shift all the way through to chakra databanks, this is very much a conflict awareness based on Daniel Day-Lewis’ sensibility. Picture Oscar Wilde in a cowboy hat, suffering as he goes through the motions of a shoot-out on Main Street in the wild west.

Chakra Databank Change Points

3/4 of a Chakra Databank Change Point seems about right, under the circumstances.

Aura Reading Databank at the Belly Chakra for Sex Appeal

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Daniel

90 miles. A deeply androgynous sex appeal can appeal to male and female admirers alike. The large, effective, sexual broadcast is just how the man is wired.

That doesn’t mean he would enjoy equally being with a woman or a man. But, rather, sex appeal is a gift. In the acting profession as elsewhere, sex sells.

To his credit, Daniel isn’t embarrassed or conflicted about having the low-key sex appeal. The quality brings a persistent tickling of feminine energy, waking up those energy circuits in anyone who admires him.

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Lincoln

6 feet. The modestly proportioned, very heterosexual, middle-aged sex appeal of a man who has way more to do than think about sex, yet is still vital.

Chakra Databank Change Points

Wow, one full Chakra Databank Change Point appreciatively accorded!

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

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Daniel

40 feet. Fame and success have transformed the man. By the time of this photo (taken around the release of “Lincoln”), Daniel Day-Lewis has shifted in all of his chakra databanks, both spiritual evolution and personal development requiring that he come to terms with the fact of celebrity.

What I notice in this chakra databank has a relatively new quality. In this Solar Plexus Chakra Databank, Daniel has considerable STUFF related to being a victim, particularly a victim to his own sensitivity — having it broadcast so clearly in his relationships.

Yet he is learning to use his power in a rather aloof, nearly kingly, manner.

He’s beyond being bullied now, at least in public life. Subconsciously he’s got the message: Wealth and fame can definitely be deterrents against bullying.

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Lincoln

3 inches. Depressed about not being powerful. There’s a long-term sense of discouragement about not being able to have things his way.

Have any of you Blog-Buddies seen the scene to which this still photo belongs? If this were a scene relating to his wife, it would make sense.

Not to seem overly demanding as an aura reading movie reviewer, this is a definite change to the chakra databank, yet very simple and rather bland.

Chakra Databank Change Points

Still, Daniel Day-Lewis receives one more Chakra Databank Change Point.

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

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Daniel

80 feet. To this aura reader, Day-Lewis has a woman’s heart that is pretty darned well adjusted  by now to life in a male body. This chakra databank includes frequencies of tenderness, softness, sweetness, not usually within the range of emotional self-awareness for a grown man.

Self-awareness, in general, is comfortable for Daniel. His attention turns inward more readily than he moves outward, extravert-style.

Within the scope and range of his emotions. Daniel is constantly learning. Awareness of the finest emotional nuances, as he experiences them personally, is an ever-fresh kind of learning for him in this lifetime.

While a great deal of scar tissue in this chakra databank gives evidence of how he has struggled with the extraordinary emotional sensitivity, struggled and persisted and overcome obstacles.

Does this Heart Chakra Databank show the presence of STUFF, after all of the growing he has achieved so far? Definitely. Yet the configuration of STUFF (stuck emotional and astral-level debris, limiting life subconsciously) does not block the full functioning of emotional self-awareness.

Okay, to be technical, this is one way overfunctioning chakra databank. Yet it overfunctions in precisely the way that his soul requires right now. (Yet one more example of why I am not, as a healer, a big fan of balancing chakras or chakra databanks. As a healer in Energy Spirituality, I’m more interested in what a person has and how to honor my client’s intention for healing.)

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Lincoln

7 inches, rife with depression and discouragement.

This is a different, though very one-note, way of having this chakra databank.

Chakra Databank Change Points

It’s only fair to award another Chakra Databank Change Point, but I am not impressed as normally I would be. It’s a great feat of acting to change all the way down to chakra databanks.

These last few databanks have represented changes, but (to me) rather boring changes. There’s no back story or complexity, more a simple change with a remarkable lack of dimensionality.

Aura Reading Databank at the Throat Chakra for Verbal Integrity

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Daniel

40 feet. Talent for persuasiveness shows so strongly, it colors this Throat Chakra Databank in a fascinating way.

Verbal integrity doesn’t really matter to this actor. The acting identity has largely become his personal identity, by this time in Day Lewis’s career. While his uncanny persuasiveness allows the actor to appear to communicate with the utmost integrity. Always. In any role. For fun or profit or just to get even.

STUFF around anger is a big deal in this very big chakra databank. When upset or when events trigger cord items in his cords of attachment and frozen blocks of stuck energy, Daniel becomes more determined than ever to pursue a great career and get even.

Day-Lewis can harness extraordinary communication power in the service of his own survival, rage, frustration, etc.

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Lincoln

4 inches. Limp verbal integrity shows here, as if the character feels so deeply depressed that he doesn’t care whether he speaks truth or not.

Chakra Databank Change Points

Once again, I reluctantly score a Chakra Databank Change Point. Yet I also register my disappointment.

Not having seen the film yet, I don’t know if this is just one particular downer scene and the character shows great range elsewhere. Probably this is exactly the case. And I’m sure the overall technical components of the acting are superb.

Personally, by now, I feel not only disappointed but disgusted. To show one of the greatest men in American history as an aurically frumpy, boring, stuck, unimaginative, listless, sad man, aurically unremarkable in every way?

In a later blog post, if you like, Blog-Buddies, I can research these same chakra databanks on the real Abe Lincoln. If you’re interested comment below, and I’ll do this for us after the rest of the Oscar Nominee Aura Reading Movie Reviews for 2013.

Aura Reading Databank at the High Chakra for Soul Thrill

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Daniel

4 inches. Deeply introspective and complicated, Daniel is having the time of his life.

Only what does that mean to him, “Having the time of his life”?

Being the suffering artist. Being the deeply neurotic man who is courageous enough to explore every nook and cranny of pain.

Fame is only adding more material to the ongoing, fascinating, and exhaustive self-imposed task of exploring his pain. An interesting way to spend an incarnation, to be sure.

Reading Daniel Day-Lewis’s aura as Lincoln

1/8 inch. Shutdown expression of soul.

Gee, what a surprise! This exceedingly dull character is mopey all the way down to his High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill.

Chakra Databank Change Points

Sure, here’s one more Chakra Databank Change Point. But not particular enthusiasm from this Aura Reading Movie Reviewer.

Conclusion, with total Chakra Databank Change Points

Good news: Famed Actor Daniel Day-Lewis wins 4 3/4 very hard-to-get Chakra Databank Change Point.

Bad news: In all my years doing Aura Reading Movie Reviews, I have never been so disappointed by an actor who managed to get so many Chakra Databank Change Points.

Such one-dimensional choices, not to mention portraying one of my personal heroes as someone less interesting than one might meet at a Dullness Convention!

Apparently the actual  movie includes forceful delivery, leadership, and courage. Maybe the scene used here for research showed the actor exhausted but resting?

Perhaps some of you Blog-Buddies might wish to research these same chakra databanks, using a different photo still from the movie. Get yourself inspired!

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  1. 1
    Elaine says:

    Very interesting Rose. I loved him in “The Last of the Mohicans,” and the little I know of this actor, he seems to only take on roles that will impact in a big way, at least that is my impression.

    I think a face reading would be very interesting also, in looking at the picture of the actor as himself, he’s got some interesting stuff going on with the nose that goes to the right, eyebrows that almost tumble into his eyes, middle of the forehead vertical line that goes through the 3rd eye chakra and the length of space from eyebrow to hairline.

  2. 2
    Jordan says:

    Hi Rose. I was disgusted before I read this post, and now I add anger to that disgust.

    My initial reaction to advertisements for this movie was horror that they had gotten away with it. It seems to me the work of spoiled children, rather than those who wish to honor a great man and a great, crucial time in history.

    Having seen only the trailers, I hoped my disgust was uncalled for- that maybe it was only the trailers that were melodramatic, one-note, and childish- that maybe the full movie was more nuanced and respectful, and somehow managed to pull it off.

    I thought that might be true, considering I’d only heard good reviews of the movie. I haven’t heard anyone commenting about it’s disrespectful and childish treatment of someone and something which is, in my opinion, so important, nuanced, grand, human, real.

    But now I trust the feelings I’ve had all along.

    Why do I have such a strong reaction to this?

    Lincoln is one of my personal heroes. The world would not be the same without this man, so worthy of honor. He was one of the first people (the first?) I ever did I Skilled Empath Merge on.

    Questioning revealed to me that the pleasures and SAFETY that moviegoers so take for granted would not exist were it not for the great work of this man and the events of this crucial time in history. He held our nation together in a way very few have ever understood the importance of.

    Personally, I choose to honor him, not exploit his likeness and accomplishments for my own personal gain.

    I don’t consider this art. I consider it a display of childish priorities- big budget over honor and appreciation. I’m not into that.

  3. 3
    Somebody Else says:

    Yes, please do research Abraham Lincoln! Thank you!

  4. 4
    Jordan says:

    So many people- consciously, subconsciously, or just barely consciously- hold up Abraham Lincoln as a totem of freedom from tyranny, freedom from oppression, equality, humans accomplishing the hard work of progressive change, unity.

    We’ve always known- Abraham Lincoln and others in that time, they actually did it! It wasn’t a fable, it wasn’t a fake superhero, it wasn’t a movie. It was real. What a powerful cultural touchstone.

    So what better moment in history than this current time of huge change to completely undermine this very human icon for all of humanity?? What better time to do this if you want to remain in power and keep people down without them noticing??

    Making this movie has made Abraham Lincoln and his story into something shallow, something two dimensional, something that could fit into a grocery store novel. It takes away so much of its real power and depth and makes it into movie people can refer to or watch in history class.

    Well, I’m noticing. And I’m going to hold onto the truth and honor of Abraham Lincoln no matter what kind of crappy movie they make about him.

  5. 5
    anne diamond says:

    Hello Rose,
    I’d love to read your reading of the real-life Abe!
    As always, thank you.

  6. 6

    Thanks for all these comments, Blog-Buddies.

    JORDAN, I share your passionate commitment to not trivialize life. Isn’t it interesting how Deeper Perception can help us to align with passion for life, rather than moving into detaching from reality or avoiding it?

    ANNE, long time no hear from you at blog. Welcome back. 🙂

    ELAINE, you are so close to a formal entry for our current contest for a free face reading, open through February 25:

    You could even cut-and-paste those items you cited in your fine comment….

  7. 7
    Suzanne says:

    Yes, please! I would love a reading of Abe Lincoln.

    It is disappointing to see such a one-note performance. I loved him in My Beautiful Laundrette (where he played a gay man) and My Left Foot, but have not seen him in any recent films. He was so emotionally intense in both films (although I saw them long ago.)

    According to Wikipedia, he has been married to two different women (Isabelle Adjani, Rebecca Miller) but does not talk much about his personal life.

  8. 8
    Brittany says:

    JORDAN Ha, yes! You even sound indignant, which I hope isn’t too strong a word because I like it here. I am not at all inclined to see this film, and I think it’s for similar reasons to what you are describing, except I have a lot less awareness of my “cows” (aka feelings). THANKS for being so perceptive (and entertaining).

  9. 9
    Dana says:

    I had a similar reaction as Jordan to this reading, but not one as articulate! I haven’t seen this movie and strangely had no interest in seeing Day-Lewis as Lincoln. Now I know why I had that gut reaction to the trailers. (I normally love historical-based movies and documentaries.)

    I also have always thought that Lincoln must have been such an incredible human being to do what he did – everything I read about him was fascinating, including his youth and rise to power. I would also love to know what talents and hard-won strengths were really in his aura!

    Thank you for another wonderful reading, Rose!

  10. 10
    Jordan says:

    Rose, you certainly have a talent for crystalizing things down into a phrase or two! 😉

    Deeper perception certainly has increased my passion for life… and the feeling of support for my passion. This topic certainly made me passionately angry!

    I know a lot of people who actually SAW the movie might have a very different opinion from mine. Seems like most people liked it.

    The set dressers and people who did so much work to make it an accurate period piece certainly deserve credit. But overall, blech.

  11. 11
    Jordan says:

    BTW, Daniel-Day Lewis is married to a woman 😉

  12. 12
    bmeade says:

    There was a very depressing scene with his wife that involved her inability to recover from the death of their son and the possible death of another son determined to go to war.

    If I recall correctly, Lincoln was just beside himself as to how to handle his wife’s grief, their son’s death and his other son’s possible death. If this was indeed from that scene then his acting would have made sense. And I would also love a real Lincoln aura reading. 🙂

  13. 13
    Primmie says:

    This is a fascinating reading, thank you Rose. I absolutely love the way you write about people. You have such a gift for describing internal states.

    I have no interest in this film although I’ve always admired Daniel Day Lewis’s acting.

  14. 14
    Lil says:

    Yes Please Rose, please do a reading of the real A. Lincoln- I too loved learning about the man, but something in me thought, BLECH when I saw the trailers- me a movie buff too. Thanks for putting into words what I couldn’t, Jordan.

  15. 15

    Thanks so much for all these comments, Blog-Buddies.

    And thanks for letting me know about marital status for the actor. I don’t mind one bit being wrong about Daniel Day-Lewis’ sexual orientation, because aura reading does not provide clear information about this topic.

    In case any of you are curious about this highly delicate topic, check out this blog post from a couple of years ago:

  16. 16

    This afternoon I came upon a counter-culture movie review that might interest you, if you weren’t a huge fan of “Lincoln”:

  17. 17
    Jordan says:

    Lil, Dana, and Brittany, thank you for your replies to my comment!! Your support and kind words mean a lot to me.

    It wasn’t long ago I would have been extremely embarrassed at having expressed myself so emotionally and opinionated-ly… but somehow, some way, it’s really begun to sink in that no one’s going to die because of my opinion! And that it can actually be fun and *important* to express yourself!

    So thanks again 😉 And if anyone wants to disagree with me, I can handle that too 😉

  18. 18
    Jordan says:

    Rose, I *love* that review, thank you for sharing.

  19. 19
    Jack says:

    Hi Rose,

    I enjoyed this review like I do all of the acting reviews I have read so far. This review raises a question for me as in it you say:

    “Yet one more example of why I am not, as a healer, a big fan of balancing chakras or chakra databanks. As a healer in Energy Spirituality, I’m more interested in what a person has and how to honor my client’s intention for healing.)”

    Can you tell me more about why it may not be good to attempt to balance our chakras and can you refer me to any of your books where you perhaps go into this idea in more detail?

    Thank you,

  20. 20

    JORDAN, you’re so welcome.

    JACK, your Comment 19 is going to be the basis for a new blog post. Such a great question.

    I’ll be back with a link to the post after it’s written. (No time travel for me. 😉 _This is Deeper Perception Made Practical here and now!)

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