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What does it mean to be strong? Comparison aura readings of public health hero Hamid Jafari and a body builder

Body builder ready for his aura reading. Hamid Jafari is, too.

Body builder ready for his aura reading. Hamid Jafari is, too.

Now that we have done face reading on this real-life hero, let’s explore Hamid Jafari’s auric modeling. How can chakra databanks (nadis) in his energy field inspire us all? It must have taken such strength to persevere at a task once thought impossible, to banish polio from the entire Indian subcontinent.

What does it mean to be strong? What does it mean, at the level of somebody’s aura?

Energetic literacy is such a useful way to discern how a person is and isn’t strong. Of course, it matters that inner STUFF has a great deal to do with how well a person’s strength shows. Fortunately STUFF can always, always, always be healed. So there are many reasons why you may find today’s aura reading inspiring.

Aura readers and skilled empaths, you’re welcome to join me in this comparison reading.  “Bodybuilder Joe” is what I will call the so-muscular guy in our picture at the top of today’s post.  

In addition, I will be reading the same photograph of Hamid Jafari that was used for our previous article, with the face reading profile of this extraordinary man.

Preparing to read auras for strength

It’s just like any aura reading that you do with a photo. Read one chakra databank at a time. If strength interests you, choose strength related chakra databanks.

That simple, since there are hundreds of chakra databanks to choose from. (Read People Deeper does contain the most comprehensive list of any of my books so far on energetic literacy.)

How can you read auras along with me? Copy and expand the picture here of BodyBuilder Joe.

In addition, you can click onto this link to read along with me, thanks to this fine aura reading photo of Hamid Jafari. It comes from a fine article about this outstanding federal employee.

Here is a saved copy of the aura reading photo, just in case that first link goes away. As always, it is so convenient how every photo is an aura photo — when you have skills of energetic literacy. Lucky us! When you have Stage Three Energetic Literacy, every photo is an aura photo.

For today’s aura reading, I will use an advanced version of the technique for “Plug in by Touch” in Read People Deeper.

Interested in background on how to read auras? The screen link just provided is one resource. Here is a YouTube introduction to my system of Aura Reading Through All Your Senses.

Aura Reading Databank at the Root Chakra for Physical Self-Confidence

Hamid Jafari

15 feet. Brains and a sense of mission are what drive this man. His physical body supports a confidence in whatever he chooses to do. Innately the man is not particularly venturesome physically. But he will do what he needs to, in order to follow through on a goal he believes in.

Bodybuilder Joe

I’m so curious to read the aura of Bodybuilder Joe. If you can expand this photo, you may notice he is even more muscular than it might seem at first glance. And his expression is also sweeter and more vulnerable.

Many inner pressures can cause a person to go to such physical extremes. (Look at that left forearm, ringed by some body art. There’s enough arm to go around to fit in 4 or 5 of the stick-thin forearms you’ll find in female celebrities who go to different physical extremes, aiming to satisfy the Anorexic Ideal.)

2 feet. Oh, it’s so sad, Blog-Buddies. STUFF stuck in this chakra databank and elsewhere suggest that Bodybuilder Joe has been bullied severely in the past, this lifetime-type past.

“I’m never going to let anyone hurt me like that again.”

Know what happens when your motivation or intention is to have less pain of a certain type?

Hint: When I facilitate sessions of Aura Healing and Transformation, I’m very particular about intentions. I’m careful to tweak any such intention.

Short answer: When your motivation is to have less pain of a certain type, you will never feel good. Although you may have loads to keep you busy and work very diligently.

Aura Reading Databank at the Root Chakra for Risk Taking

Hamid Jafari

50 miles. Wow! This isn’t risk for the sake of promoting himself but, rather, for the sake of his ideals.

Anger motivates him, as needed. Hamid Jafari can refresh his ability to take risks just by remembering what causes a problem or what a problem (like polio) produces. This brings vigor and courage.

Bodybuilder Joe

15 miles. Extreme courage for taking physical risks — and the quality at this chakra databank suggests a preference for taking big, bold risks as a way to feel whole as a person.

Abundant scar tissue in this chakra databank suggests to me that Bodybuilder Joe has learned how to avoid violence and machismo by using turning his negative emotions into motivation to use his physical strength in constructive ways.

Aura Reading Databank at the Solar Plexus Chakra for Power Integrity

Regular readers of this blog are familiar with this chakra databank. It means following through in action, whether promises are actually kept.

Hamid Jafari

18 feet of tremendous intensity. Hamid Jafari has the habit of following through on his promises. This takes on a momentum of its own for him, just like any positive habit.

Jafari expects. He insists. He does what he said he would do, and if circumstances don’t permit success that only strengthens his resolve to do better next time.

Bodybuilder Joe

5 inches. Not a big factor in Bodybuilder Joe’s life, at the time of this photograph. This young man has his priorities, and care of the body is way up ahead of mere action, doing things.

Doing things? That matters if there will be physical results that show. Otherwise? Following up does not seem as compelling a priority to this young athlete.

Aura Reading Databank at the Solar Plexus Chakra for Handling Conflict

Hamid Jafari

5 feet. Emotional conflict makes Hamid Jafari feel sick inside. He can’t hate it more. When people he cares about become embroiled in conflict which of the following does he tend to do?

  • Analyze the conflict
  • Blame himself for the conflict
  • Wallow in other uncomfortable feelings related to the conflict

None of the above. Hamid Jafari has found a soul-expressing alternative. He takes action. He moves away from subjective replaying and complicated emotional dynamics. Instead he finds something to do. Then he does it.

Bodybuilder Joe

5 inches. Bodybuilder Joe has a dynamic going, at this time in his life, where physical culture seems like the solution to all problems.

Hey, I’ve been there. Not so much that “The solution to all problems” is to work out. But many of us idealists at life have, for some time, found a universally appealing solution to every bit of conflict we encounter. Depending on our belief system at the time, that solution might be:

  • Close your eyes and meditate.
  • Eat more raw.
  • Help others by volunteering to feel their emotions.
  • Go shopping.

Here at Earth School, we get to explore the joys — and also the limitations — of any “It’s obvious” solution to life’s varied conflicts.

Aura Reading Databank at the Heart Chakra for Emotional Honesty

Personally, I consider this chakra databank an indispensable component of strength in life. “Emotional honesty” means whether a person is willing to admit the truth of a situation or a choice or a relationship. Emotionally admit it.

As with each chakra databank, everyone is hardwired with a gift of the soul. STUFF (which can be healed) and CHOICES (about how to use human time and other resources) can get in the way of emotional honesty.

Have you noticed? People who are strongly using their emotional honesty generally have friends and lovers who also demand emotional honesty. The opposite holds true, as well. And at any given time, a person might be otherwise strong but not function well at emotional honesty.

Hamid Jafari

18 feet. Hamid Jafari does love with a strong commitment to emotional honesty. Unfortunately he has STUFF at the time of our photo that causes him to be really, really hard on himself… in the name of honesty.

Bodybuilder Joe

14 feet. It’s complicated. It’s complicated how simple the array of acceptable emotions is for Bodybuilder Joe at the time of this photograph.

He has tremendous zeal for perfecting himself. That includes ideals about his emotional life. Bodybuilder Joe believes strongly in emotional honesty, along with other virtues that show an upright character.

Unfortunately, subconscious STUFF really censors what his conscious mind can allow as an acceptable emotion. So Bodybuilder Joe does his very best to be honest with himself and others emotionally. Yet compared to what may develop in his life later, the emotional component is shallow verging on numb.

Aura Reading Databank at the Third Eye Chakra for Connection to Spiritual Source

Hamid Jafari

50 miles. With all the emphasis on action in some of the chakra databanks read thus far, you might fear that the public health executive lives in spiritual shutdown. In which case you would be so, so wrong.

Hamid Jafari has an intense, enduring, power-based connection to Spiritual Source.

He lives in surrender to that God of his understanding.

He lives in humble surrender, using deeds to honor that relationship. Absolutely inspiring. Divine connection is unquestionably the source of Hamid Jafari’s strength.

Bodybuilder Joe

7 inches. Joe has a huge love for the Divine, but it is confused at the time of this photograph. Could be, what he has been taught by way of religion was a really bad fit with his own sense of truth.

Could be, in the various ways that Bodybuilder Joe has worked hard to develop his physique, there were supplements or steroids or harsh nutritional discipline — something that have altered his consciousness as a side effect. Not being a medical intuitive, I can’t say what. Instead, as usual, I focus on my specialties of emotional and spiritual growth.

What shows there? Bodybuilder Joe is on a very independent, human track for gaining and maintaining physical strength. This is his offering to the Divine, and a beautiful offering that does not depend on grace or any other form of getting something for nothing.

Bodybuilder Joe is earning everything the hard way, his beautiful and idealistic and very focused… human way.


These two admirable men share something unusual. Both have found relatively constructive ways to include anger, even embrace it, and turn that anger towards a constructive person.

It is far more common to deal with anger emotionally. It is also more common for anger to cause a person to be less effective in life.

Both these men have found a way to draw upon anger as a way to enhance other strengths in life.

Would I recommend the workarounds that showed up in today’s aura reading. Never. But both Hamid Jafari and Bodybuilder Joe have found ways to live that work for them, and without hurting others.

To me that ingenuity is as inspiring as physical strength or accomplishment as an executive. Okay, more inspiring, as part of one’s personal path to Enlightenment.

Aura reading has revealed such different men, Bodybuilder Joe and Hamid Jafari. Their energy fields show unique choices and specializations related human strength. Splendid — just like your own choices as you find your way in human life. Strength in any form is one of the great potentials of an incarnation here at Earth School.

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  1. 1
    Curious As Ever says:

    Fascinating!! Thanks so much, Rose. The compare-and-contrast was so helpful.

  2. 2
    Kylie says:

    Yes, very fascinating reading Rose, thanks. What very different gifts for strength each of us have.

  3. 3
    David.. says:

    Thanks, Rose. A very different take on what real strength is. Also how outward expressions may not necessarily indicate what they appear to be. Some may be side effects of our response to life.

  4. 4
    Julie says:

    I really enjoyed the reading of the bodybuilder, which is a way of life that is very different from my own. Yet I can relate to the desire to perfect oneself, and to direct all efforts toward that goal. I’m not a perfectionist anymore but I can relate to that idealism and desire to have things “just so”.

  5. 5

    Thanks so much, CURIOUS AS EVERY, KYLIE, DAVID, and JULIE.

    What you’all wrote was typical, just typical!, of the thoughtful ways each of you comments here. Plus the occasional phrases of pure glee (and encouragement for me) from Comment 1.

    All these comments, music to my ears.

  6. 6

    JULIE, imagine that bodybuilding way of life being different from your own, oh shockers!

    You know, are one of a pretty good group of professional librarians who hang out at this blog.

    Are any of you librarian readers about Deeper Perception… bodybuilders in your spare time?

    Let us all know here, and amaze me.

    Actually, are any of you Blog-Buddies bodybuilders?

    I don’t mean folks who occasionally lift weights, a group that would technically (though not seriously) include me. I mean real, committed bodybuilders. Let us know and inspire us!

  7. 7
    David.. says:

    well, a group of classmates and i once went to an African restaurant. We were entertained by an excellent hula dancer who came around the tables and had quite the exceptional hip flexibility.

    This turned out to be the alter-ego of the stereotypically quiet, shy librarian who left afterwards.

    And then there are flamenco dancers. Perhaps not bodybuilders but very fit.

  8. 8
    Julie says:

    I know, Rose, I’m not the most physically imposing of people! Haha. I would need to lift quite a few books to change that. Even maintaining basic physical fitness I find hard, though I do have good, if not excellent, intentions:)

  9. 9

    Plus, let’s face it, JULIE, you’re gorgeous.

    DAVID, what a great story about the hula-dancer-librarian! Seems to me, you are way too good a collector of life experience to have seriously pursued life as a semi-renunciate.

  10. 10
    David.. says:

    (laughs) Right. But as is becoming clearer reading your book, it’s also one way an empath may play an avoidance/ invisibility role.

    I chuckled when I was thinking about this today because my web migration project has been tying together pieces I have for a long time kept separate. Yet another way of hiding. 😉

  11. 11
    Dana says:

    Thank you for this reading! I loved reading about their different kinds of strength.

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