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Aura Reading the Inventor of Lab-Grown Penises, Anthony J. Atala, M.D.

A joy implant in honor of Anthony J. Adala, MD

A happiness implant in honor of Anthony J. Atala, MD

Here in Virginia, it’s a cold and rainy day before Thanksgiving. Where you live, too, the weather could seem just a bit un-sparkly.

Well, I don’t have the power to grant you a day of great weather. But may I offer you a treat? How about a compassion booster?

Here it is. Technically just an aura reading of a scientist whose work can help to save so many lives. Plenty unfolds here, to my surprise, when researching and writing about the energy field of a not-that-famous-but-should-be scientist.

Aura reading can surprise us, wake us up

Even a routine exercise in Stage Three Energetic Literacy can deliver surprises. Done today, when I make good on the final prize for our Contest to Admire by offering up some fresh, new aura reading research.

Here begins DAISY’s prize-winning entry of a pioneer in the field of organ implants: “I would like to nominate Anthony J. Atala, M.D., who is the Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.”

DAISY went on to write:

“Dr. Atala led the team that developed the first lab-grown organ to be implanted into a human, and is continuing his work in cellular regeneration and printable organs. And all the while, continuing clinic hours in the Urology Department at Wake Forest. His accomplishments are way too many to list.”

You see, Blog-Buddies, guns aren’t the only commodity that can be printed on demand with today’s emerging technologies.

Dr. Atala’s lab at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine is helping to do just that. Imagine engineering over 30 tissues and whole organs that can be printed!

Not harvested from bleeding-heart “Make me an organ donor” people like me. Manufactured tissues and organs. Is that an amazing concept or what?

In the words of a interviewer from Public Broadcasting, “Anthony Atala bakes things that will make you feel good inside, but we’re not talking cakes and muffins.”

In particular, Daisy expressed curiosity about “whether this mega-talented doctor and scientist has any empath gifts that are beneficial to his research.” Sure, there’s a consciousness app for that. I can include that research in today’s aura reading.

What a great man to research, using Stage Three Energetic Literacy! Let’s explore, using the aura reading photo submitted by DAISY.

Aura reading research for empath gifts

For yourself, the best way to find out if you’re a born empath is to take a quiz or two. Then follow up by developing empath skills… your ticket to a better show here on earth!

What does this important scientist have by way of empath gifts… if any?

I’ll be back after breakfast to tell you. (Laughing.) Okay, more to the point, I’ll be back after doing the “Plug In and Ask” technique from Rosetree Energy Spirituality, using touch as a springboard to aura reading from a photo, a technique that you can learn to do from in Read People Deeper.

Empath inquiry suspense over

Dr. Anthony Atala is so not an empath. He isn’t even a Highly Sensitive Person.

Some of you Blog-Buddies may know that 1 in 5 people has a lifelong talent for being an HSP, or Highly Sensitive Person. While 1 in 20 people is an empath. Which means having at least one significant gift for directly experiencing what it is like to be someone else. In The Empowered Empath — with the paperback STILL in press — you can learn about 15 different lifelong gifts, any one of which would qualify you to be an empath.

However Dr. Anthony Atala is not among the 1 out of 4 HSPs who is also an empath.

Although he isn’t, to my perception, a Highly Sensitive Person… I had a hearty laugh from that initial aura reading research. Because the man is so finicky and precise, such a nerd, so adorably intellectual and mentally fastidious. Dr. Atala may, therefore, act and speak in a way that might lead others to consider him an HSP.

Are any friends or acquaintances of the good doctor available to provide stories? Because there could be some really good ones. Apart from interesting lab anecdotes about lab-grown penises.

Okay, back to regular aura reading research. In honor of the weather, which now has turned to snow, I’ll include some chakra databanks that I haven’t yet used at this blog for aura reading reearch.

Today’s selection from the hundreds of chakra databanks available for research… can help us to understand the brilliance of this scientist as a World Server, someone who helps the world through his work and auric modeling. Every one of us is a World Server, even if we aren’t recognized professionally as much as Dr. Atala.

Root Chakra Databank for Persistence

90 miles. The man has the sensitivity of an armored tank.

His pigheaded insistence on completing what he starts would surely come in handy for a pioneer.

Belly Chakra Databank for Coordination Between Thought and Action

18 feet. Granted, this chakra databank is within normal range for Dr. Anthony Atala at the time of this photo. Still, he is evidently used to difficulties about this sort of “Mind the gap.”

Dr. Anthony Atala shows long-term frustration related to his many (fabulous) ideas and how long it takes to get things done.

One minor component of this chakra databank fascinates me. By the time of this photo, the medical innovator might have quite a habit of blaming other people for career-related delays.

Well, hey. If that is what it has taken for Dr. Anthony Atala to keep going, so what?

The world is littered with the corpses of bright ideas that went nowhere. Persistence is what a pioneer needs, surely.

So, even if what has kept Dr. Anthony Atala going hasn’t only been sweetness and light, at least he has found his own toughness. Each of us needs to find some workaround, a way to handle those inevitable glitches here at Earth School, gaps between theories and results, the long distance for bright ideas to traverse before finding people who will listen to them.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Intellectual Growth

To the moon. Over-functioning, and with a laser-like quality of perceptiveness that is almost other-worldly.

DAISY, perhaps this is what has impressed you from auric modeling by Dr. Anthony Atala. He has out-of-the-box imagination, cognitive abilities that are the equivalent of a bodybuilder’s muscle, and a love of learning that won’t quit until he becomes omniscient.

What shows in this chakra databank has made me fall in love with Dr. Anthony Atala.

Does this brilliant intellectual talent mean that Dr. Anthony Atala is sensitive about anyone or anything human? Of course not.

All of us are bits and pieces of talent, plus STUFF, plus consequences of our choices. Everyone, empath or not, Enlightened or not, is living at this challenging Earth School. One way to put it is that each of us has shortcomings and long-comings.

Three cheers for the aura-level showing forth, Dr. Anthony Atala’s drive to learn and grow, to explore and to move beyond comfortable old ideas that just might now be obsolete.

Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Discernment Between Objective and Subjective Reality

3 inches. At the time of this aura photo, Dr. Anthony Atala is emotionally shut down. What discernment? He’s not noticing too much about feelings, emotional conflicts, or anything much about subjective reality.

Let’s just say, Atala is a dream scientist for organ implants. But would you want him for your psychiatrist? Ooooh, probably not.

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source

To really appreciate this chakra databank of Dr. Atala’s at its best, take his photo while he is engaged in doing research or contemplating his next research project.

At the time of this picture, the great scientist is merely posing for a photograph. Performers look THEIR BEST aurically at such times. Not true for most of us, right? That said…

1 inch. No enthusiasm for an official “God” animates this man. He is self-sufficient, looking for good in his own way.

Fairly disgusted with the topic of Divine anything, Dr. Anthony Atala might still have a lovely connection to Spiritual Source while he is working. Otherwise? Not so much.

Of course, one might also consider: Would a man who really believed strongly in God feel okay about manufacturing penises?

(Laughing.)

Conclusion

The single most distinctive thing I have found in today’s brief aura reading is Dr. Anthony Atala’s uncanny intellectual acuity.

I’m also impressed at how well he functions, as a human being, given that degree of braininess.

Being exceptionally intelligent and creative is just as hard as being developmentally delayed, Dumb and Dumber.

Only one’s fellow humans are less likely to find it cute. Or have compassion.

Many of my clients — including one I was with in session just today — have suffered all their lives from being so darned smart.

STUFF removal and good old soul-thrilling, human PUT-IN work for these extraordinary beings.

Meanwhile, if you know one (or if you are one), please be kind. We may ask for intellectual brilliance while on the other side, making a Life Contract. And we may have the good fortune to excel in life. And we may even, possibly, become recognized around the world for an accomplishment.

What’s for sure? That life will be hard. At least until we use our free will to move forward and make that life glorious.

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  1. 1
    Kylie says:

    This reading had me laughing out loud. I find it refreshing to read portraits like this: of people who are not perfectly well-rounded and yet are perfect in their own way and perfectly suited to what they want to do in this life. What a perfect combination of qualities for a man with his profession.

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    David.. says:

    You’re right, Rose. I’ve seen some excellent research that suggests that typically, the smarter you are, the less likely you’ll be able to relate to others and thus the more of an outlier you’ll be.

    The effect – As intelligence goes up, it increases success to a point, then the trend progressively reverses.

    Not to mention the imbalance of too much of any gift relative to normal life.

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    Lilian says:

    Happy thanksgiving folks! I’m in the UK and not American, but I did make some pumpkin bread a couple of days ago with all the spices, and it was darn tasty. Enjoy the rest of your tasty food.

  4. 4
    Lilian says:

    Hmm, yes, if your brain works in a certain way you certainly get judged a lot.

    I’m a fairly typical maths geek.

    I can’t help but come across in a certain way.

    I know people can find that overbearing or feel intimidated by it.

    I have to constantly filter myself.

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    Lilian says:

    I find people assume you don’t have certain feelings, or that you’re not aware of other people’s or that you’re not a caring person.

    That actually makes me not really want to share too much with others.

    I think that some scientists etc don’t develop properly in some ways, but it might be as much to do with how other people treat them as who they are inherently.

  6. 6
    Lilian says:

    “One minor component of this chakra databank fascinates me. By the time of this photo, the medical innovator might have quite a habit of blaming other people for career-related delays.”

    Yeah, there’s a lot of backstabbing and jealousy in science. Also a lot of bullshit and trying to take the credit for things that aren’t theirs. It does get to you.

  7. 7

    Thanks so much for these comments, from three Blog-Buddies I know very well personally off-blog as well as on-blog. I can attest to their magnificent braininess, one and all.

    What matters about being that smart is how, whether our setup for a lifetime is easy or not, every one of us can have a perfect life.

  8. 8

    In one of my Thanksgiving conversations today, JOE said:

    “I give thanks that every day I try to be a better person.”

    Offhand, I can’t think of anything more beautiful.

    That is the sort of thing that makes any of our lifetimes the best it can be, a triumph.

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    Julie says:

    I am loving this “Pioneer Series” of readings.

    I can so appreciate the value of the toughness of Dr. Atala and his stubbornness in getting things done.

    Love and light may not attain everything that a person wants – stubbornness, persistence, and just plain orneriness might carry the day!

    Not that orneriness was attributed to him. That’s probably coming from me:)

  10. 10

    JULIE, thank you so much. Power is the topic that so many of us spiritually-oriented people don’t generally discuss.

    As though it were dirty. To me, stubbornness, persistence, and orneriness are beautiful words… especially when combined (as they can be) with love and light.

  11. 11

    JULIE, I’m curious. As someone who has been cat-sitting for NINE (!!!!!!!!!) bright-white Persian cats lately…

    these feline symbols of innocence…

    What have they been teaching you about power and orneriness?

  12. 12
    Julie says:

    Well, funny you should ask, Rose. One of those cats, named Max, I thought of yesterday as the Power Cat.

    He really is insistent in getting what he wants. Where other cats might eye me from the doorway, he will plant himself right next to me, put out his paw and push against me with it (think a good solid push), until I pet him.

    It’s as if he’s saying “Hey, in case you hadn’t noticed my imposing presence and that I’m staring at you with wide eyes, I will also push against you.”

    Now he never has to do that for very long to get my attention. But you can tell from his expression that he will stay there until he gets it!

    He has quite a determined expression. It was the first thing I noticed about him. His owner sent me a picture beforehand and said “As you can see, he’s very insistent”.

    So, yes. Very insistent. Very stubborn. And totally delightful.

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    Zelda says:

    Ah, the kitty comment reminded me of my beloved and dearly departed kitty, Ella.

    As she was declining, she showed her powerful will to live in ways that moved me.

    During her last few weeks, she couldn’t walk. One day, I returned home from work to find her lying on the floor next to my sliding glass door, in her favorite spot in the sun.

    She had somehow dragged herself across the room to go lie in the sun, something she always loved to do.

    Felt to me like she was going to squeeze every bit of pleasure out of what life she had left.

  14. 14
    Zelda says:

    Really enjoyed this reading, Rose.

    One delightful aspect of my forays into the world of cardiology and hospitals has been meeting my brilliant doctor and the other highly skilled folks who helped take care of me.

    The intelligence of the particular type of cardiologist I have, an electrophysiologist (EP), is dazzling. Fortunately, he is also easy to relate to and even playful about his work.

    I think that doing the various procedures is really fun for him.

    I know that this isn’t always the case, so I feel fortunate.

    And, shout out for using Rosetree Energy Spirituality, our Soul Thrill research related to my choice to work with him was invaluable.

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    Kira says:

    One of my teachers once based the curve for a mythology test on the 2nd-highest score instead of mine to keep my classmates from “lynching” me (her word). But I didn’t really think of myself as extremely smart, just knowledgeable; I have a good memory. Now, I suspect intellectual shapeshifting helped too.

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    Kira says:

    I very definitely identified with Dr. Atala’s drive to know everything. These days, I”m more interested in learning what makes people tick–any given person, but also the similarities vs. the differences between people–than in learning random knowledge, but I think I would not actually like being omniscient because the pleasure is more in the learning than in the knowing.

  17. 17
    Daisy says:

    Thank you Rose. This was so fun to read, I really enjoyed it.

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