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Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Eddie Redmayne in "The Theory of Everything"

Eddie Redmayne has already won a Golden Globe and a Screen Actor’s Guild award for his performance in “The Theory of Everything.” Fascinated yet to learn more about him? How about this?

Let’s explore his performance with some aura reading research. (You’ll find more background about aura reading movie reviews at the end of today’s article.)

Get ready for today’s Aura Reading Movie Review

The Film: “The Theory of Everything”

The Movie Trailer: I haven’t seen it (or the movie itself) but YOU can.

Plot Summary from the Academy’s Official Website

Eddie Redmayne plays Stephen Hawking, a brilliant young cosmologist who learns that he is suffering from a progressive motor neuron disease.

Here are the photos we’ll use

Aura reading photo of Eddie Redmayne as himself.

Aura reading photo of Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking.

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

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as himself

18 feet. Eddie Redmayne’s nervous system is very refined. He’s an intellectual fellow who may have suffered in life in ways related to his being an extremely Highly Sensitive Person, yet he has had a pretty fantastically good life so far. I’d rate him as one of the most balanced auras I’ve ever encountered for such a big-time actor.

The quality of his connection to physical reality is like a fine cloth of highest quality silk. And he has an instinct for noticing refinement in his physical surroundings as well.

This is significant especially because, even at his young age, Eddie Redmayne has learned how to make his extreme sensitivity work for him.

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as Stephen Hawking

3 inches. A smashed connection to physical reality. Energetically crippled in a way that brings a gap between thought or desire and moving the physical body.

And the disease process is ever-hungry, insatiable in its destructive intent.

Chakra Databank CHANGE Points: 1

Absolutely uncanny-style amazing!

Aura Reading Databank at the Belly Chakra for Sex Appeal

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as himself

25 feet. Eddie Redmayne loves to act but he really doesn’t love to flaunt his sexiness, thank you very much.

A certain natural exhuberance is there. He’s not doing a thing to oomph it up. He’s just wearing his suit and posing for a photo, not aiming to make fans swoon.

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as Stephen Hawking

1/8 inch. Sex appeal has become irrelevant. There is only survival.

Moreover, the survival of the body is a Herculean struggle, both physically and emotionally. Emotionally Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking is holding tightly to patterning within the body that allows it to hold together and still work as well as it can.

Chakra Databank CHANGE Points: 1

Huge acting job. Stunning.

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

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as himself

24 feet. This boy has been brought up to have such good manners. Even at a subconscious level he’s committed to “Share nicely” and so forth.

Several dings and dents show here. As a young person he’s still smarting a bit from all the authority figures who forced him into the mold of “Nice gentleman.” He has been shaped by his upbringing more than most actors. Eddie Redmayne wants to be a good boy, to please people. He doesn’t try too hard. He just tries with a deep commitment.

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as Stephen Hawking

90 feet. Intellectual force and also anger are keeping him going right now. His power is used for survival, for fighting the disease.

In this phase of the disease process, Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking is fighting as hard as he can to appear normal, and to keep functioning. He has a kind of fiction within himself subconsciously that for so long as he can appear normal and do normal things, he will survive.

Chakra Databank CHANGE Points: 1

I’m not sure which is the more extraordinary achievement.

  • Is it the chakra-databank-level transformation of Eddie Redmayne?
  • Or is it how he is relatively sane, comfortable with his huge talent, and (given his profession) exceptionally secure and non-pushy in the ego department.

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

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as himself

15 feet. When he lets himself go there, into emotional self-awareness, Eddie Redmayne notices plenty. That includes two of his (many) gifts as an empath: Emotional Oneness and Emotional Intuition.

One interesting vulerability shows here: It feels uncomfortable to Eddie Redmayne to feel or portray extreme anger towards other people.

I will be surpised if he takes such a role, at least if he remains as he is at the time of this photo. (I don’t mean yelling at other people because he feels so bad inwardly, which may well happen a lot in this movie — which I haven’t seen. I mean playing the role of someone who feels hatred and nastiness.)

If I were Eddie Redmayne’s agent or friend or Mom, I would warn him against taking such a role. It might upset him significantly, throw him off kilter.

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as Stephen Hawking

80 feet. Emotional conflict is extensive. Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking alternates, energetically and subconsciously, between horror, rage, and denial.

He is also appalled to be having such human emotions, as somebody who isn’t habitually wired to feel emotions in the usual human way. The distress is new and humbling, on top of all the physical newnesses and humiliations.

Chakra Databank CHANGE Points: 1

An immensely gutsy, hard-won Chakra Databank Change Point. Yet again.

Aura Reading Databank at the Throat Chakra for Verbal Integrity

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as himself

9 inches. The man hides a lot.

The dynamic that Eddie Redmayne has at the time of this photo is a rather sweet version not-great verbal integrity.

He cares so much what others think of him. He wants so much to be a good guy, and be perceived as a good guy. So he evidently does quite a job of self-censorship.

So don’t think the Catholic sin of commission here. This lack of integrity is more the sin of omission.

And for all I can tell, it’s all or mostly subconscious. Neither conscious nor voluntary.

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as Stephen Hawking

2 inches. There’s a trace of the usual chakra databank functioning, then what is going on with him at the time of this photograph.

Eddie Redmayne, as Stephen Hawking, is used to considering himself quite a genius. And thus he feels no obligation to tell versions of “truth” that other people would have as a requirement.

That’s business as usual for him.

As for what’s going on most strongly in this clamped-down chakra databank, Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Hawking is suppressing the truth as much as he can. Because if he let out words or sounds to convey the agony of his experience, he would feel like less a man than he already feels.

This character is a very proud man, in the sense of dignity. Not haughtiness.

Chakra Databank CHANGE Points: 1

Although Eddie Redmayne may have drawn on his own inner STUFF related to not speaking up, the context and character of the verbal withhold — wow! entirely different.

Aura Reading Databank at the High Chakra for Soul Thrill

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as himself

Fills the room. Eddie Redmayne feels so very fortunate, exceedingly grateful, to be just where he is and doing precisely what he is doing.

Reading Eddie Redmayne’s aura as Stephen Hawking

80 miles. Eddie Redmayne can’t suppress the tremendous joy he feels right now, a kind of transcendent freedom, to enter into an experience so totally.

And have that experience be so totally different from his reality.

It’s as though he is singing, over and over, “Thank you, God. Thank you so much.”

And all his otherwise marvellous acting cannot suppress this.

Awwwwwww, is that sweet or what?

Chakra Databank CHANGE Points: 0

And I, for one, love him for it.

Conclusion, with total Chakra Databank CHANGE Points

 World-class actors are able to do something few humans can

Sometimes an Oscar nominee will change so deep down, when creating a role, that the transformation shows subconsciously and energetically. One chakra databank after another is altered.

Usually chakra databanks tell the truth. So it’s really fascinating to find which actor succeeds that deeply.

Even the best actors don’t always do this. I have an annual custom of comparing auras of top-nominated actors with their auras in roles. It’s a way to investigate the depth of acting.

This blog post will tell you more about my method of using energetic literacy for aura reading film criticism. To learn more about the sequence of research I’ll use this year on some of the most interesting Academy Award nominees, see this Aura Reading Film Critique blog post.

 

 

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  1. 1

    If you’re looking for photos of Eddie Redymayne, one good source is Wikimedia:

    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Eddie_Redmayne.jpg

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    Photo credit goes to Jake Chessum (42 West) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

    This photo comes courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. In no way is it implied that the photographer or the subject endorses either me or this use of the image.

  3. 3
    Lilian says:

    “So don’t think the Catholic sin of commission here. This lack of integrity is more the sin of omission.

    And for all I can tell, it’s all or mostly subconscious. Neither conscious nor voluntary.”

    interesting. this is probably true to some degree for a lot of people. including me maybe. so as an empath are you party to information about people that they don’t yet consciously acknowledge? i guess it would be related to how sensitive or skilled you are as an empath. but that could cause issues if you’re not aware of what they’re not aware of.

  4. 4

    LILIAN, my response to that fascinating question is going to take a whole blog post.

    Something to look forward to after this sequence of Academy Award Nominees 2015. 🙂

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    Lilian says:

    Yay! It does sound like this Eddie chap could be quite an empath role model.

    “This is significant especially because, even at his young age, Eddie Redmayne has learned how to make his extreme sensitivity work for him.” – Also remember to give him bonus points for being so sensitive (and empathic) and male. Just because it can be harder to extremely sensitive men to be accepted…

    “One interesting vulerability shows here: It feels uncomfortable to Eddie Redmayne to feel or portray extreme anger towards other people.”

    yup. what do you do? though he can’t be too confused or he wouldn’t be a highly functioning actor.

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    Jnana says:

    Nice reading. Actor comes across well.

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    Kylie says:

    It is refreshing to read about a talented actor who is also an empath and well adjusted. Thanks Rose for this interesting reading. I hardly ever watch movies but I’d be interested to see one of his.

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    Julie says:

    I loved this movie. I found it very inspiring.

    I definitely could feel the joy and soul thrill peeking through the scenes of suffering. And at times, leaping forth and shouting, pretty much:)

  9. 9
    Julie says:

    It was great to see, though. I was glad the actor chose to let all that show at the soul level, and that flavor of sweet gratitude is really touching.

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    Julie says:

    I saw the movie that Benedict Cumberbatch was in too, and found it very well done, exciting and dramatic.

    But I confess to a preference for this movie, with Eddie Redmayne. This left me uplifted, again I think because of all those things showing at the soul level.

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    Julie says:

    A case in point- I didn’t find this movie difficult to watch, despite the disease deterioration. Played differently, by a different actor, it might have been very hard to watch if not impossible.

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    Grace W says:

    I looked up this reading of Eddie Redmayne from last year’s Oscar nominee readings after watching his amazing performance today in “The Danish Girl.”

    What a beautiful film and what an amazing performance!

  13. 13
    Grace W says:

    I will be very surprised if he is not one of the Best Actor nominees again this year.

    I hope that means that we might be treated to another reading of an Eddie Redmayne performance. 🙂

  14. 14
    Grace W says:

    I read some reviews before seeing the film and was struck by a theme in the comments about it. That Redmayne’s performance was all surface and mannerisms, with no emotion.

    Actually, I think it was an HSP masterpiece and I really enjoyed the subtlety.

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    Grace W says:

    I’m guessing that some folks just completely missed those nuances in the performance.

    It’s also quite a visually beautiful film, well worth seeing on the big screen.

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