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Aura Reading What the Heck is Going on. Behold an $$$$$ Unboxing Video $$$$$.

Worshipping money. How it shows in an aura.

Worshipping money. How it shows in an aura.

Have you ever heard of this new form of performance art? Freely available at YouTube, it’s called unboxing videos? It’s a kind of materialism porn and striptease rolled into one. Or maybe just some old-fashioned worship of Mammon, unwrapping the statue.

One example is the unboxing video devoted to Disney-themed Kinder Eggs. A hand “slowly peels the foil off the egg, cracks it open with a thumb and reveals the surprise treasure inside. It’s Slinky Dog from “Toy Story”! The video lingers on the plastic pooch for a few seconds, making sure to take in every angle, then repeats the process with each of the remaining Kinder Eggs.

“As far as popular videos go, it would seem to pale next to viral skateboard crashes, comedy sketches or music clips. And yet this video has been viewed more than 35 million times since it was posted to the FluffyJet channel on YouTube in 2012.”

Just in time for Christmas cheer, and tales Black Friday deals, I read this unboxing video report in The Washington Post with what? “Un-wrapt attention”?

Reporter Robin Givhan describes how Trina Leavers “gives close-ups of the opulent packaging and heavy-stock literature that came with her white Chanel tote bag.” And receives 24,477 views as part of the bargain.

Personally, I don’t get it. I don’t get buying a handbag that costs over $5,000. I certainly don’t get making a ritual of unwrapping it.

Why would thousands of people watch this? And how on earth could this exercise in conspicuous consumption last nearly 11 minutes?

And yet God is everywhere, including Trina Leavers and her fans. Maybe I’m missing something, something beautiful.

Fortunately I know how to use techniques of Energetic Literacy to read the aura of anyone in a photo or video that has been paused. So I’m researching this one, paused at 0.18 minutes in.

Unboxing videos? Really? I want to understand more about what makes Trina Leavers tick. If you do, too, keep reading.

Root Chakra Databank for Presence in the Room

24 feet. Enjoying the animal aspect of human life, physical pleaure. Good-heartedness. Being a pretty darned simple person, straightforward and kind.

What isn’t present?

Trina Leavers is unlike any client I have ever had for a session of Rosetree Energy Spirituality where aura reading was involved.

She’s a good person. She just isn’t very aware spiritually. Nor is she very awake about the potential for personal development. What is in life suits her just fine.

Root Chakra Databank for Earning Money

18  feet. Earning  money is for other people to do. Evidently Trina Leavers enjoys a lifestyle where she can benefit from someone else earning money. She simply gets to enjoy it.

That is her “job,” as it were.

Belly Chakra Databank for Sexual Self-Confidence

4 feet. Mostly Trina Leavers exudes self-confidence sexually, yet there’s a lack of intensity to her confidence. She needs more, yearns for more, so that she can feel more and experience more and impress other people more.

Not that desperation or anxiety are involved. It’s a kind of “Gimme more” yearning, as if you were eating some excellent apple pie and wished for another slice. Hunger isn’t it. Just that the pie is mighty tasty, so why not?

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Personal Self-Confidence

5 inches. Confidence is stuck, quite shut down. STUFF galore impacts this chakra databank. I can hear a certain person from Trina’s childhood screaming at her. (Not my usual experience when reading chakra databanks, but this subconscious experience is more a roar than a whisper.)

Equally fascinating to me is the way Trina Leavers seems to be comfortable with the current (and probably quite long-term) degree of shutdown.

This is life.

She suffers. So what? Trina Leavers doesn’t seem curious about other possibilities, not possibilities for human growth or personal development.

About goodies to buy and carry and wear? Clearly that’s another story. This shows in her actions, her making the video, her fascination with the material objects.

Reading this chakra databank, I’m fascinated because clients who come to me for aura healing and transformation can have this degree of energetic and subconscious pain. Or LESS pain. Yet they are determined to evolve past it.

Accept it? Be indifferent to it? Not be the least bit curious about having more authentic self-confidence, for instance? As if!

Yet Trina Leavers has her own way to be. Apparently material acquisitions are way more interesting than her own state of mind or heart, inwardly.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Handling Conflict

4 inches. Trina Leavers can’t abide conflict. She runs away.

And what does she run towards?

This pretty shut-down chakra databank doesn’t inform me.

However, her video career does provide a clue, doesn’t it?

When was the last time somebody was screamed at while unwrapping her own personal property, in the safety of home, with the comfort of her adoring husband as the videographer.

My theory? All the adoring praise of fans may supplement the conflict-avoiding mojo of Trina Leavers’s current way of handling conflict. Sadly, I doubt this will ever be loud enough to drown out the echoes of her past in this lifetime, resounding persistently at a subconscious level, in the form of STUFF.

May I be wrong about this! At this chakra databank, as at the others I have researched so far, this Trina Leavers is a sweet person.

Throat Chakra Databank for Asking for What I Want

Fills the room plus 18 inches. (And she isn’t even angry at the time of this video still. If she were insistent at asking for more, the ruckus could quickly escalate. I can tell from the texture of this chakra databank.)

Trina Leavers may not ask for intangibles, like being understood or nurtured. She sure knows how to ask for material items or other goodies that could be given in objective reality.

Specialized and, even, shrill — demanding what she wants, with material needs that can be fulfilled. Yes or no.

This is how Trina Leavers now cries out for life. Her process of spiritual evolution is being worked out through chakra databanks like this one: Identifying what she wants, asking for it, receiving it, reassuring herself that this kind of fulfillment can happen again. And this is her life now.

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source

1 inch. Greyed-out and dull in texture, this chakra databank reminds me of the trunk of a dirty elephant.

At this time, anyway. It’s the Spiritual Shutdown Consciousness Lifestyle, folks. In case you hadn’t yet noticed.

Trina Leavers finds God to be extremely dull. Beyond uninteresting.

Hmmm, this might be Trina Leavers’s only transcendent experience associated with the Divine at this time. A cosmic joke, really, from my perspective. Since God remains as big and glorious as ever, despite this bit of earth illusion that she is experiencing.

What might be more interesting to Trina Leavers, by far? Oh, a little bag by Chanel with a great, big price tag….

A few technical points for my fellow consciousness nerds

Of course, I was only reading Trina Leavers’s aura at the time of this photograph. Chakra databanks morph constantly, except for their Divine-level gifts of the soul.

Very different qualities and sizes to these chakra databanks could display while Trina Leavers is helping someone, or learning something intellectually fascinating, or giving a hug to her husband.

We could research this (although I sure won’t) through other photographs or video images, paused.

To learn how to read auras from regular photographs or video still shots, all you need is Read People Deeper. This how-to has the advantage of giving you parallel insights from face reading and insightful discoveries from body language.

For a more comprehensive instruction in becoming a skilled aura reading, put Aura Reading Through All Your Senses on your holiday wishlist.

Today I was using a Stage Four Energetic Literacy Technique, in order to access chakra databanks that were not visible in front of Trina Leavers’s head shot. Usually it’s very convenient to find a photo that shows more of the torso, making it easy to use Stage Three Energetic Literacy and research loads of chakra databanks, like those listed in Read People Deeper.

And some of you conoisseurs of Rosetree Energy Spirituality may have recognized, in today’s post, the chakra databanks used in the Magnetize Money Profile developed for Magnetize Money with Energetic Literacy. (Variations on two of them, which are more work-related, given the fabulous Trina Leavers lifestyle.)

If you enjoyed today’s article, you might turn to that how-to book next. It helps you to improve your relationship with money, make more money, and understand better what really works here on earth for those who seek success and prosperity.


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  1. 1
    Lara says:

    Never heard of this! Mind Blown! Though I can see the draw with kinder eggs a bit lol.

    I remember whenever I bought stuff as retail therapy, I always felt empty after. The unwrapping would always be tinged with an undercurrent of unsatisfied awareness that the purchase was not the answer. I can’t imagine watching these unwrapping videos would ever make me feel good.

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    Elaine says:

    Rose, never knew this type of video existed. Weird to me that people would watch. I skipped for about 6 seconds through Ms. Leaver’s Chanel unveiling. Again, just too weird to me that anyone even cares about her bag or watching such a video. 🙂

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    Primmie says:

    My twins who are about to turn 3 love watching unwraps. Peppa Pig is their favourite. My son is Autistic and isn’t interested in actual toys, but he does enjoy watching toys being unwrapped. Perhaps it’s the innocent joy in discovering something new, which for 3 year olds I can understand. I can’t say I’m a fan though. There’s only so many times you can listen to someone say in an excited voice “Oh look! The door! It goes open and close!”

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    Jnana says:

    I just had to watch a ‘Trina video’ after reading this. The one I picked had her unwrapping 4 Chanel purchases. I have to say I was highly amused.
    Quite an education for me on all things

    Still, if Trina was someone dear to me it would make me really upset to watch this.
    A grown woman and yet still a child.

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    Brandi says:

    I had no idea something like this was out…interesting. I like Rose where you said “And yet God is everywhere”. What a great reminder to see humanity through those eyes.

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    Curiouser and Curioser (As Ever) says:

    Thank you, Rose, this one was especially interesting and illuminating. I so admire what you do and the way you go about it.

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    Zelda says:

    Wow, pretty amazing, Rose! What a fascinating aura reading. Such different ways to walk through life…

    While I don’t know if they have anything to do with this kind of video, I’ve encountered some young women who probably have a fair amount in common with Trina. Such a different slice of life!

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    Zelda says:

    They are young Chinese women who are students in Fashion Design or Fashion Merchandising at the college where I work. I’ve met several who seem to have Chanel logos on much of what they wear. Designer purses, clothes, all of it.

    I thought of them as I read your reading.

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    Leo says:

    Illuminating as always!

    Most unwrapping videos I’ve seen have been tech related: what does the new iPhone packaging look like, what comes with the phone, how does the phone feel… They function as a sort of consumer report. This type, with purses, does seem quite voyeuristic.

    And, pity the husband with the wife with an addiction to 5,000 dollar purses… Yikes

  10. 10

    Laughing at that latest comment, LEO. Thanks to you, ZELDA, CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER, JNANA, PRIMMIE, ELAINE, and LARA.

    I have known each of you for years now, and so much enjoy “unwrapping” you as I get to know you better.

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    Kira says:

    I see Leo beat me to my comment. I have seen several tech unwrapping videos. I often come across them when I’m researching purchases. But I, like so many others, didn’t realize they existed for purses and Kinder eggs.

    I can see the attraction for Kinder eggs, to a point–you don’t know what toy is going to be in there. I suppose if cheap video-making devices had been around earlier, we would have had Cracker-Jack-prize unveilings.

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    David.. says:

    Oh, interesting. I occasionally watch a tech video to find out to disassemble something for repurposing without damaging the case and such. Like sometimes external hard drives are cheaper than the uncased ones I need. I noticed they sometimes spent undue time documenting the packaging. Hadn’t realized this was a style.

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    David.. says:

    Keep in mind that some people don’t have cable – they have the million channel YouTube and the like. A search engine, likes, shares, and suggested videos are their TV Guide.

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    Cathy says:

    I guess I’ve been living under a rock. I’ve never heard of unboxing before now. I like handbags, but…
    It’s interesting to see how a person who thinks like this, actually IS. Thank you Rose!

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    Bags and Coffee says:

    Wow! Trina Kym Leavers is quite an interesting character. Takes a lot of guts for her to be “unboxing” and showing off thousands (or tens of thousands) of £’s of luxury goods when both she and her husband, Paul A Leavers, were forced to flee their home of Australia for loan sharking and “intimidation” collection tactics.

    Not only were they fined $45,000 by the Supreme Court, but had to flee the country to avoid arrest, and were permanently banned from doing business – and there were court orders to seize $90,000 of their assets.

    Details found in Australian Office of Fair Trading (OFT) in Brisbane Annual Report 2004-05 online pdf page 88, and report by AAP General News of April 2008).

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    Bags and Coffee says:

    Rather than learning from their mistakes, Mrs. Leavers and her husband flee Australia and relocate to the UK and start similar substandard loan “schemes” (SARB schemes and a consumer loan company, PJT Finance, with APR’s upward of 400%).

    Swell folks. Nice to see them bilking people out of hard-earned money just so she can go spending it on luxury shopping sprees.

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    Bags and Coffee says:

    It not only amazes me that people like this can somehow sleep at night, but also become YouTube “stars” and have articles written about them in the Washington Post – and elsewhere.

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    BAGS and COFFEE — wow, that’s quite a perspective. Thank you for weighing in.

    I’m not a journalist and lack the clout of The Washington Post, but at least here we are an open blog community where you can share something like this.

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    With my skill set, in the main article, I simply supplied a detailed reading of Trina Leavers’s aura.

    On energetic level there are consequences for behavior. Inescapable ones.

    Looking back over this article, my aura-level description reveals her to be quite the poster child for Spiritual Shutdown.

    From my perspective, BAGS AND COFFEE, life really is fair. Just that consequences show up fairly rapidly in auras, hidden from surface-level view. In the long run, sometimes lifetimes away, there are consequences — good karma and, sometimes, really bad karma.

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