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Fall in Love with Leonardo DiCaprio, an Aura Reading Movie Review for this Oscar Nominee in 2014

Leonardo DiCaprio, ready for his aura reading movie review

Leonardo DiCaprio, ready for his aura reading movie review

Leo Leo DiCaprio didn’t win an Academy Award. Again. He is still such a talented actor. At this blog, an aura reading of his performance was requested more than that of any other nominee for the Academy Awards in 2014.

To learn more about the process I will be using to compare the actor’s aura in the nominated role to the performer’s more usual energy field — that subconscious level of personal transformation that even most world-class actor’s can’t manage, see the recent blog post, Rose Rosetree’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews for Oscar Nominees… and a Contest.

That post is where the nominations came in… from the not quite as prestigious — not yet an academy of any kind — blog about Rosetree Energy Spirituality.

Incidentally, over at the main Academy Awards 2014 website, guess who is right there up top, with the highest number of “Social Mentions”? There’s Leonardo with 124,166.

Closest contender? Jennifer Lawrence with 82,165. So the guy may be hurting at losing to Matthew McConaughey, but maybe not hurting so bad. Leonardo DiCaprio is hugely popular for many reasons. Just look at the humanitarian work featured at his official website.

So what if the Oscars are over for 2014? Winning an Academy Award does not necessarily correlate with earning Chakra Change Points, as I will evaluate them in today’s exercise in energetic literacy.

Oscars are given for many reasons. Whereas this kind of aura reading research is the movie criticism of the Third Millennium, fascinating to those of use who seek truth, even unto its innermost parts.

Get ready for today’s Aura Reading Movie Review

The Film: “The Wolf of Wall Street”

In this role Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jordan Belfort, a successful stockbroker who becomes involved in a fraudulent securities exchange deal.

Here are the photos we’ll use for today’s exercise in energetic literacy:

Reading Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

The large-pixel version, easy for you to use for aura reading Leonardo DiCaprio on a separate screen. This picture comes courtesy of a blog called “Just Jared.”

Reading Leonardo DiCaprio’ aura as Jordan

The large-pixel version, easy for you to use for aura reading Leo as Jordan on a separate screen. I found this great aura photo through The Guardian. (Of course, for anyone who has developed skills of energetic literacy, every photo is an aura photo.)

Aura Reading Databank at the Root Chakra for Making Money

Given the role, that chakra databank does seem interesting,, doesn’t it?

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

40 miles. Lucky at making money, a gift-of-the-soul luckiness that comes strongly installed. Could be, this was a non-negotiable requirement for this soul to agree to the incarnation as Leonardo DiCaprio. He insisted on not having to struggle financially. (Or perhaps he rated it.)

Technical point: Here I’m not conjecturing hypothetically but, rather, savoring the quality of this chakra databank. I have encountered this “Grace of God, You’ve Got This Handled” quality in other people’s chakra databanks. Rare and yet not unique.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

Fills the room exactly, in a particularly creepy way.

Now this is a great example of total transformation, inhabiting an entirely different reality, as though stepping into a different incarnation entirely.

Leoonardo DiCaprio is into making money, beyond greed and into expectancy that extreme riches are his due. Because. Just because of how special he is.

This is a Root Chakra databank belonging to a man who is about six feet tall, has loads more body hair than the actor who has constructed this character. He has a richer voice or feels as though there is a richness, roundness, and earthiness within the sound of Jordan’s voice, compared to Leonardo.

Chakra Databank Change Points

1. Now that counts as magnificent acting. Not only transformation but appearing to change into an entirely different person, all the way down to the chakra databanks.

What the truly great actors can do in addition is to surpass even this by making creative, interesting choices… avoiding the delivery of a one-note performance, even at the level of chakra databanks, the nadis.

Now this aura reading movie review is starting to look like my idea of real entertainment for the Third Millennium moviegoer!

Aura Reading Databank at the Root Chakra for Presence in the Room

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

Fills the room times five. A huge movie star-caliber charisma.  The man radiates “Pay attention.” As though he carries a portable spotlight.

This isn’t an egoic scream, more a lifelong charisma.

Leonardo DiCaprio brings light, spiritual light, whenever he is in a room. I am not saying he is a saint, necessarily. I am trying to convey that he is wired, gifted, that his personal role as World Server includes bringing spiritual light into a room when he enters.

People will evolve faster. Yes, you could call it a kind of darshan.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

9 feet. An insecure man, this Jordan is gathering status around himself quite compulsively. He doesn’t have enough yet to be recognized adequately, to be valued enough.

The quest is as incessant as his hiding the insecurity.

Chakra Databank Change Points

1. This aspect of Leonardo DiCaprio’s acting is especially masterful because this is a sympathetic version of being such a person. He isn’t wicked. He just does what he needs to do because he wants to feel love.

Deep compassion, folks!

Aura Reading Databank at the Belly Chakra for Sex Appeal

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

Fills the room. The man is used to it. A quality of sex appeal is generated while he is in public appearances as a performer. This isn’t anything he does. Or tries to do. Or particularly cares about doing.

The range of sex appeal is unusually full spectrum. Blog-Buddies, you may personally be immune. But many people resonate to this particular broad-spectrum sex appeal, including heterosexual men, heterosexual women, and people who happen to be LGMTQ.

Not only does Leo not get in the way of this fabulous energetic gift for a professional actor. He is comfortable with it. And not particularly attached to having it, either. It’s accepted, just as you might physicaly accept having a right shoulder.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

9 inches. Conflicted sexuality, including sexual shame.

And get this superb bit of characterization: Intermittently impotent

Chakra Databank Change Points

1 Another awesomely won Chakra Change Point

Aura Reading Databank at the Solar Plexus Chakra for Handling Conflict

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

27 feet. For Leo (so close to Enlightenment but not there yet, IMHO), this is an example of “Difficult.”

Having to handle conflict, Leonardo DiCaprio loses his usual debonair expansiveness, his trademark kind of highly focused and brilliant intellectually, yet socially mellow. He grows tight, balled up inside, and feels stuck, even overwhelmed.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

8 inches. Jordan has two different modes for business-as-usual. In this scene, the mode is victim-who-hides-he-can’t-win.

Another mode, with tiny shreds to read available in this moment (quite characteristic of the sort of chronic patterning that can be read in real-life people’s chakra databanks, a.k.a. nadis): I win everything. Nobody dares to argue with me. I always win.

This all-or-nothing patterning is strongly locked in, at the time of this still image from the film.

Chakra Databank Change Points

1. Note the deft and nuanced characterization, even within this one chakra databank.

Aura Reading Databank at the Heart Chakra for Emotional Giving

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

29 feet. Leo DiCaprio does like to give to others emotionally. However, he is also good at acting as though he is giving, while not beginning to experience intimacy.

This is one of the ways he still struggles to sort out his enormous ability to convince as an actor.

It is easy for him at this time in his life, to fall into acting. Convince the other person that he is, say, giving emotionally. Meanwhile, he hides out inside, waiting for the fakery to be discovered. The dynamic goes like, “If you really loved me or cared me or saw me as a person, you could see through this act. You would call me on it. Until you do that, I do not trust you enough to really give to you emotionally.”

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

2 inches. Miserly about emotional giving. This character doesn’t mind giving materially, as a substitute for giving emotionally.

Strings are always attached, however.

Chakra Databank Change Points

1. Now that’s acting! Yet again, a gem of creative nuance from Leo DiCaprio.

Aura Reading Databank at the Heart Chakra for Emotional Receiving

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

27 feet. Leonardo DiCaprio loves to receive emotionally. He’s hungry for it, greedy for it.

What, you suppose he would feel he is loved adequately, given his fame as an actor, starting young and starring in “Titanic,” then building leading man status from there?

Nah! DiCaprio is willing to receive but he is having an actorly problem similar to the one I described at the Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Giving. Here is how I would put the parallel problem in words, reporting on this chakra databank:

“Sure, I’m grateful for all the love. I really don’t need adoration or hero worship. Even the regular love, it can’t touch me. Because it is for who I pretend to be. So very few people have even a glimmer about who I really am, not what I do or how I can shape-shift into seeming what that other person wants me to be. I won’t stop doing those things. Who, among all the people who cares about me, really cares about me?”

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

Fills three football fields. Ever hear the term “Needy”? Usually I avoid that term, Blog-Buddies. Few people really are walking energy suckers of need.

This guy? He’s like a tornado of emotional need.

Chakra Databank Change Points

1. Fascinating, too, that change — I have never encountered anything so extreme before, reading chakra databanks. Yet this isn’t cartoonish. Or nightmarish. It’s more how life happens to be for this character.

Aura Reading Databank at the Throat Chakra for Communicating to Gain Respect

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

Fills the room plus 5 inches.

Hey, Blog-Buddies, did I ever mention that Leonardo DiCaprio is a molecular empath? Sure is. And the charisma he has around communication is bolstered by his ability to address exactly the component of human life that he has noticed with that super-fine quality of perception.

Last night I watched a bit of the Academy Awards Ceremony. Stopped at bedtime. It has been recorded, and I plan to watch the rest, skipping over most of the acceptance speeches, etc.

When watching, though, I saw a couple of shots of Leonardo. As a face reader, I caught a load of his eye glitter. Each time, the thought crossed my mind: “Unquestionably he is the most brilliant person in this room.” And given the standout quality of Academy Award nominees in all fields, that is saying a lot.

This chakra databank about communicating reveals another facet of that exceptional intelligence. It is informed by what he learns as a molecular empath. Plus Leonardo DiCaprio has a gift for encoding some of what he learns that way into his speech. Wow, right?

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

Fills the room times five. Reminds me of someone trying to imitate Zeus. Not just respect is aimed for here but need to dominate, give and receive in random fashion, and be respected above all other reactions.

Chakra Databank Change Points

1 more yummy/disgusting and highly effective Chakra Change Point

Aura Reading Databank at the High Heart Chakra for Soul Thrill (Expressing His Soul)

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as himself

3 feet. Dinged up, like a car that needs to go to the body shop for minor repairs.

Doing his dharma shows beautifully. Overall Leo DiCaprio does love his life.

Was the photo used for today’s reading after the actor officially lost his fourth Academy Award Nomination for Best Actor? Or was he simply expecting it, as buzz was so strong that Matthew McConoughey was going to win?

Either way, the loneliness in this chakra databank is the strong characteristic feature, not a sense of losing out on a big, glitzy prize. There’s a personal sorrow, more of that not being known or loved for himself, loving the acting talent yet still struggling to find a life for himself as a person.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s aura as Jordan

Shut down, 1/8 inch. Jordan is living, as so many do, in a way that does not honor his soul at all.

However, this is more extreme, and unlike what most people do. The man is a good person who is ignoring his soul, while engaging in choices that were not necessarily required for this life. Yet once enough of these soul-ignoring, deeply wrong choices, have been made, there is no turning back.

To call Jordan a sympathetic villain — absolutely. This is a fairly good man… gone horribly, horribly wrong.

Incidentally, I have read auras of wicked folks who are doing great at soul thrill. The whole point was to experiment with a perpetrator lifetime.

Chakra Databank Change Points:

1. To play a sympathetic villain? One of the hardest jobs for an actor, and this was done magnificently.


Total Chakra Databank Change Points

8 out of 8

I’ll admit it. When I learned about “The Wolf of Wall Street” following on the heels of “The Great Gatsby,” I suspected internal corruption. I figured that long-time super-star Leo DiCaprio had fallen victim to his fame. I assumed he was now playing himself, only pushing the greed a bit further.

It makes me so happy to learn that my glib generalization, based on surface reality, was so extremely inaccurate. In his compassion, and ornamented with one creative choice upon the next, this world-class actor has delivered a magnificent performance.

The man isn’t materialistic. In fact, he is far less materialistic than most. But he has given a materialistic world the compassionate, sympathetic, and restrained portrait of a life gone awry, out of synch with soul. Bravo!

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  1. 1
    Isabella says:


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    The magnificent blog post from SANDRA HAERING will come tomorrow, I promise, Blog-Buddies.

    Publishing this one today seemed so right to me, since we have already started conversations today that are very movie related.

    Let’s continue the discussion here, or at yesterday’s post, about how movies can help us heal. Or how the contribute to collective consciousness.

    And how can “12 Years a Slave,” this year’s Best Picture (according to The Academy) make a difference, if not to create depth personal healing?

    Speak up, Blog-Buddies. Because I’ll bet many of you have opinions on this. Don’t feel shy about speaking up!

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    Julie says:

    Magnificent! I loved this reading.

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    Bridget says:

    Thank you for your nadis reading. It has given me a whole new respect for this actor. I haven’t been a big DiCaprio fan, but it’s not because of his lack of talent.

    I’m constantly inundated by the media about him and his work that it seems like I don’t have to watch his movies to get the jist of them. I don’t even seek him out, I’m constantly barraged with DiCaprio. I’ve never watched the Titanic, but I’ve seen it a million times, you know?

    Anyway, a media link via a news website last year took me to a charming Japanese interview with him. The headline was about his hilarious, yet accurate, portrayal of Jack Nicholson. DiCaprio’s eyebrows were spot on. What caught this face reader’s attention, when DiCaprio was himself, was his tongue-in-cheek tell. I found the tell disturbing because it seemed to me as though he was used to objectifying women. And you hit on this point, Rose, in a round about way.

    It seemed to me that he’s become very accustomed to attractive women being attracted to him without knowing him. He’s used to being objectified and having people project their ideas of who he is on him. Likewise, he seems to reciprocate the objectification on the women he finds attractive, but with the context of knowing that most people don’t know who he really is and therefore most people aren’t really attracted to who he really is. So I chuckled when I read your comment that the Blog-Buddies may be immune to his sex appeal because I am. He is not a man I would want to date right now.

    I did rent The Great Gatsby and I thought he did a great job. It made me wonder if the loneliness of Gatsby was pulled from his personal life experience. There was one scene that did resonate with me and that was the moment he was casually throwing all these expensive clothes on to the floor below. I got the sense of what it must be like to have so much and yet have nothing at all.

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    Dave says:

    He did an excellent job in Wolf of Wall Street. And your reading mirrors the behavior of his character quite well.

    I’ve enjoyed most films I’ve seen Leo in, especially when he plays a wild eyed and rebellious character. Makes sense that he brings that extra oomph to his roles being a molecular empath.

    I find him appealing as a celebrity. He’s hard to pin down. Who is he actually as a person? What’s he like? It hardly ever comes through in an interview. Plus he seems quite unapologetic in being who he is, while maintaining spirituality and integrity.

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    Primmie says:

    What a wonderful reading, thank you Rose.

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    Allison says:

    What a reading! I do admire him more after this post, and I wonder if his epic intellectual gifts may alienate some Academy voters. He’s not really a ‘bro!’ type of guy.

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    Kylie says:

    Fascinating reading, Rose. I’ve always been baffled by Di Caprio’s appeal, but like Bridget said, I’ve never even had to watch the movies he is in there is so much media fuss about everything he does. I also would have thought that he just played himself in every role, so it’s really interesting to find he is such a talented actor (and a molecular empath.)

    Still, as with other readings of magnificent beings playing small, sad people (George Clooney, Colin Firth), it makes me wish that I could sometimes see movies with these actors/actresses playing their own magnificent selves.

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    Rachel says:

    Wow – fabulous reading, Rose. Many thanks.

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    Isabella says:

    It’s interesting to hear about other people’s movie star preferences. I’ve grown up loving Leo and now he’s becoming one of my heroes and inspirations. I’ll be happy when he makes the Enlightenment Life List.

    I actually thought his performance in The Great Gatsby was really sweet, endearing, and compassionate. Definitely not something that would have made me think he was corrupted.

    Here is the scene where Gatsby is very, very nervously receiving Daisy for the first time. I *love* his performance.

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    Kylie says:

    Great clip, Isabella. I haven’t seen that movie yet. Yes, it is interesting how different everyone’s preferences are. That’s a good thing for movie stars, isn’t it?

    You are inspiring me to think of my favorite actors. Let’s see: Patrick Wilson, Ben Whishaw, Colin Firth, Jude Law, Huge Jackman, Gabriel Byrne, Kevin Bacon, Anthony Hopkins, Sean Penn, Cary Grant, Gregory Peck, Tommy Lee Jones, Willem Dafoe, William Hurt, Liam Neesom.

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    serafima says:

    So, is Leo a skilled empath?

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    SERAFIMA, skills do not show in an aura. I cannot tell if Leonardo DiCaprio (or anyone) is a stamp collector, a skilled empath, or anything else by way of skills.

    Aura reading and skilled empath merge reveal what is going on subconsciously, plus Divine-level (Higher Self) gifts of the soul. Human activity, consciousness, etc. reveals what people say and do, whether with hobbies or anything else. Make sense?

    I thought this was a great question, and nobody has ever asked me this before. 🙂

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    Renee says:

    I so enjoyed this reading. I love Leo and have always been a huge fan. I am so happy to read how wonderful he really is at the deepest level. We know he loves his mother and that’s always good, lol.

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    Opal says:

    “This is a Root Chakra databank belonging to a man who is about six feet tall, has loads more body hair than the actor who has constructed this character.”

    Incidentally, here is a photo of the REAL Jordan Belfort upon whom the character in this film is based. Spot the body hair?:


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    Opal says:

    “Yet once enough of these soul-ignoring, deeply wrong choices, have been made, there is no turning back.”

    Wait. Your soul can actually shut down? Like irrevocably (this lifetime)? So it’s true. Some people really do sell their soul to the “devil”.

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    Wonderful comments, everyone!

    OPAL, related to your “Spooky” Comment #16, now that’s what I call Method Acting! LOL

  18. 18

    Regarding the fascinating question in your Comment #17, now that will take a longer anwer for later in my day.

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    Dana says:

    Loved this! I have always been a huge fan of DiCaprio’s amazing acting. If only all actors were this talented… although no amount of great acting will make me want to see some movies, e.g. this year’s best movie nominees.

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    Indeed, DANA! I did see “Gravity” where, for me, the fear component was very secondary to the awe of the illusion of being in deep space.

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    OPAL, about your Comment #17 and the question:

    “Your soul can actually shut down? Like irrevocably (this lifetime)? So it’s true. Some people really do sell their soul to the ‘devil’.”

    From your quote around “devil” and the lowercase presentation, my hunch is that you do not believe in a Devil, as in “The Screwtape Letters.”

    I agree. Far as I know, there are not many soul auctions going down in your neighborhood or mine.

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    Souls cannot be destroyed, according to what I have researched with aura reading and Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis(R).

    However, a person may not live in a way that expresses the soul very much.

    That’s the majority of human beings living right now, living throughout much of human history probably.

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    Choices matter. That’s the bottom line, OPAL.

    It is wise to make choices that express your soul and also help with the rest of your process of personal development in life.

    Here come some links to help you to learn more about “Soul Thrill” — especially making choices, through aura reading research, to clarify subconscious and energetic reactions to lifestyle, so within each person’s control.

    And usually far more in your control than you might assume.

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    Okay, here come the links:

    Soul Thrill Aura Reading Research

    More About Soul Thrill from this very blog

    Name research is a special super-oomphy form of Soul Thrill Research. In my opinion, aligning your name with your soul expression right now is one of the very fastest ways to move forward towards Enlightenment. OPAL and others, if you would like to see some links, just comment in a request.


  25. 25
    Elaine says:

    Hi Rose: Love this reading. Was never really a huge fan of Leo in that I haven’t seen a lot of his films, but in watching some of his movies, I got the intensity of immersing himself in a role.

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    Julie says:

    I haven’t seen Leonardo DiCaprio in many movies, but I must say that I really notice him when I see him in photos. He really stands out, whether in a group photo or a shot of just him, there’s a compelling presence.

    It’s something that feels powerful, without trying. Like he doesn’t have to actually be doing anything at the time, or posing. He’s just standing there, being himself, and it draws attention.

    He has that way of gaining attention without effort, without doing anything.

    I think it’s really cool because he’s not “attention-grabby”. It’s not about posing or appearances.

    Though there is a little bit of a mystery that makes me wonder about him….

    I was so glad Rose chose him for a reading.

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    Isabella says:

    There’s an interesting couple lines in one of the articles you linked to about Leo, Rose, which links into my theory about why Lupita Nyong’o’s performance was popular with Academy voters.

    “There’s an argument, that’s flattering but also quite compelling given the reported outrage at Wolf of Wall Street Academy screenings, that DiCaprio might have just been too convincing as the gangster-ish stockbroker Jordan Belfort to have a realistic chance of winning an Oscar for it.

    “Could the character’s breezy lack of contrition have turned off voters who would have liked to see this corrupted American dreamer get his come-uppance? Maybe so. His pep-talks to his minions on the shop floor of Stratton Oakmont, Belfort’s brokerage firm, certainly felt like Academy Award-winning stuff as you watched them. But Scorsese’s film denies us an easy moral escape route when things finally go sour…”

    My thought/hypothesis with Lupita’s performance was that Academy voters really enjoyed seeing something so horrible (slavery) portrayed by someone with “spoiled” qualities! (Yet still appearing to fit the role, with very dark skin.) What a way to ease the guilt, right??

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    michelle says:

    Rose, in your comment on March 4:

    “SERAFIMA, skills do not show in an aura. I cannot tell if Leonardo DiCaprio (or anyone) is a stamp collector, a skilled empath, or anything else by way of skills.

    Aura reading and skilled empath merge reveal what is going on subconsciously, plus Divine-level (Higher Self) gifts of the soul. Human activity, consciousness, etc. reveals what people say and do, whether with hobbies or anything else. Make sense?”

    Rose, is the subconscious revealable because of the Pattern Quality of the information? — a particular “weight” ((if you will)) when skillfully merging and reading through one’s empthic lens, be it audio, see/feel, molecular.. where as consciousness is in the present moment, where the quality is ungraspable or fleeting? I’m not sure I understand quite yet?

    Thank you,

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    MICHELLE, there are two practical ways to learn about information from energetic literacy.

    By all means, read articles at this blog where I demonstrate energetic literacy, whether aura reading or Skilled Empath Merge and generalize at will about the type of information there. Or not.

    Or learn the skill set for yourself and get the information directly.

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    Opal says:

    I just did a quick read of Dicaprio’s Personal Self Image databank on a picture (not the one here). Surprisingly, he just isn’t that into himself, like he just doesn’t think how he feels about himself is relevant or that who he is as a person is worth evaluating; not at all vain. It’s like a “whatever” and a shrug. How refreshing.

    Sense of Identity: “I’m a man.” He feels he knows who he is, what he wants and how to accomplish his goals.

    He’s so normal. I was just thinking Robert Pattinson could sure use a sit down with this guy; the auric modeling would be a big inspiration in so many ways.

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