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Aura Reading Molecular Empath Yves Béhar

Aura reading of Yves Béhar, Molecular Empath

Aura reading of Yves Béhar, Molecular Empath

Famed industrial designer Yves Béhar has been named in many conversations here at the blog. The Swiss designer is a genius — a word I don’t use lightly. Today let’s read his aura.

Skip down to the bottom of this article for background on energetic literacy and chakra databanks. And what is a molecular empath, anyway? You’ll find that background too.

Incidentally, if any of you face readers would like to do a guest post about him, check out this great physiognomy photo of Yves Béhar .

Root Chakra Databank for Connecting to Physical Reality

40 miles. Note: This is a publicity shot, not the same thing as Yves Béhar hanging out at lunch. He’s aura-photographed in his role as a world server.

Continuing, Yves Béhar views physical objects as symbols, as structures, truly as objects. Moreover, he views objects as, mostly, negotiable. They could be changed, improved.

Simultaneously he is interested and invested, very focused on what physically is…. and also Yves Béhar is imaginatively expanded in his awareness, perpetually desiring to plump up the objects of interest to him with more consciousnesss. With more intelligence. With more of what COULD somehow be packed into the structure of those very things.

A science fiction writer like Orson Scott Card can imagine worlds based on such a premise. By contrast, Yves Béhar is busily creating one here on earth.

Belly Chakra Databank for Creativity at Work

40 feet. Contracted, like a Jack in the Box before springing out of that box.

Creativity is an intense way of life for Yves Béhar. He can’t possibly use all he has.

However, the designer has apparently learned how to handle the frustration quite well. Impatience does lurk below the surface, especially impatience when he must speak to slow-thinking or backwards-thinking people who “just don’t get it.” As for people who are wilfully stupid? It’s as though Yves Béhar has an allergy.

Based on what I find in this chakra databank, it seems to me that Yves Béhar would find it important to surround himself with a visionary team who can understand his ideas, won’t slow him down; colleagues who can implement independently, with understanding, and do at least a fairly good job. Yves Béhar needs co-workers who, above all, don’t grind him down with that chronic kind of frustration he has from people who just don’t get it.

And this isn’t about snobbery, folks. It’s about the gap between this man’s intellect and consciousness versus that of most people living today. He’s a true leader.

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Solving Problems

24 feet. The man is tough. He has learned to be tough about solving problems, both tenacious and realistic.

  • Not realistic as in accepting the status quo.
  • Realistic as in recognizing when there is a project to address, whether a hardware problem (what he is actually working on) or a software problem (a process-related difficulty or a person who slows him down).

A temper is there, yes indeed.

Yves Béhar has learned so much about controlling that temper. He tries so hard to be reasonable; has developed strong habits for using his manners. Yet the gap remains frustrating for him, between what he aims to do and what actually gets accomplished. Even great achievement feels to him as if it comes so very slowly.

Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Honesty

1 inch. Quite shut down. At the time of this photograph, Yves Béhar is speaking in public. And so this shutdown is understandable. He’s very focused on ideas. On his audience. On communication.

It’s fascinating really, the contrast here. In that teensy inch of lively chakra databank, what is quite evident? Yves Béhar’s intense ability to learn emotional truth about himself and others. This is one of his many chakra databanks that shows the ultra-perceptive consciousness of a molecular empath.

Energetically and subconsciously you can run from any molecular empath, but there is nowhere to hide.

Yet Yves Béharhas found a subconscious and energetic workaround. It helps him be more effective while speaking, not using his ultra-intense emotional honesty at times like this. An almost completely shut-down chakra databank. Just for now.

Throat Chakra Databank for Communication to Gain Respect

Fills the room plus 3 inches. Leadership, charisma as a communicator, personal charm — all this combines to help Yves Béhar hold his audience in the palm of his hand.

Most lovely, this chakra databank is rife with that distinctive molecular empath mojo: Akin to dancing particles of light to which everyone in the audience can be entrained at a molecular level.

As you may know, Blog-Buddies, ultimately the most important spiriual wisdom is caught, not taught.

What shows here, at the level of this chakra databank, stands as a prime example. Dances, really. It goes from Yves Béhar’s auric modeling directly to everyone in the audience who is willing to evolve rapidly. Techno-darshan at its finest!

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source

29 feet. A steadfast and glorious connection to the Divine is everyday, ordinary life for Yves Béhar. At the time of this photograph, integration of spiritual wisdom is the priority more than expanding his consciousness.

Man, oh man, is he ever connected!

High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill (Expressing His Soul in Everyday Life)

Fills the room perfectly. Strongly activated Divine grace flows through Yves Béhar. It flows through him in his human role.

So often transcendence is emphasized by Enlightenment Coaches. Yet living as a householder, doing your dharma — the work and hobbies that thrill your soul — can be just as important for moving a person into Enlightenment.

Yves Béhar is moving forward so rapidly now on his spiritual path. And having the best time, in the bargain.

Aura reading nuts and bolts

Which photograph did I use as a basis for today’s aura reading? This aura photograph of Yves Behar. Yes, to an aura reader with Stage Three Energetic Literacy, every photo is an aura photo.

What if you want to read Yves Behar’s aura too?

  • Whatever your current level of energetic literacy, you Blog-Buddies are invited to join me by doing your own aura reading, using the same photos used here.
  • I’d recommend the “Reading Auras from Photos” technique in Read People Deeper (Start on Page 35 with the paperback. This Monday I will have a big announcement about making the eBook edition available.)
  • Or substitute a Skilled Empath Merge, using the “Magic Picture” technique in Become the Most Important Person in the Room (Start on Page 201, if you’re reading the paperback rather than the eBook).
  • Many of my students who want to use their lifelong talent for reading auras prefer to start with the 100+ techniques in my how-to, Aura Reading Through All Your Senses.

One way or another, it’s delightful to use energetic literacy skills to learn about that ultra-creative industrial designer, Yves Behar.

And what is a molecular empath?

The basic definition for being an empath is the same, regardless of whichever type(s) of empath gift you were born with.

What is an empath? You have at least one lifelong talent for directly experiencing what it is like to be another person.

Have you heard a different definition? That, supposedly, empaths “feel other people’s feelings”? Sometimes that’s true, other times not. So it’s very important to educate yourself about the full range of empath gifts. Otherwise you could be starting from a faulty or incomplete premise.

For instance, did you know what is involved in being a molecular empath? Here’s your link!

In the system of Empath Empowerment(R) I have identified 15 different gifts you might have, any one of which would mean you’re an empath. Which is the best way to find out about any of them?

Other resources for learning about your gifts are other books that give details about these gifts (although not as much detail):

Finally, if you have any interest at all in learning more about being an empath, you’re warmly invited to join my new Facebook Group: Empath Empowerment Skills with Rose Rosetree.

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  1. 1
    Kylie says:

    Very interesting reading, Rose. I hadn’t heard of him. I can relate to his frustrations.

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    Jnana says:

    No matter how impressive the other chakra data banks are, I’m not moved if the one for spiritual connection does not function well. Plus he has the soul thrill doing so well.
    He definitely has my respect. A fine soul indeed.

  3. 3
    Leo says:

    Beautiful. Makes me glad to be born an empath.

  4. 4
    Zofia says:

    This kind of thing just makes me feel jealous. There are plenty of people who like to be thought of as geniuses (sigh) and they’re just a pain in the bum. To see someone who can really put their ideas in motion is another thing entirely.

  5. 5

    KYLIE, I’ll be you can. 😉

  6. 6

    JNANA, I likewise respect this man. Thanks for sharing.

  7. 7

    LEO, you make it sound so simple. And it really is simple, feeling glad that you were born an empath.

    Aren’t we fortunate that we have found way to make that work for us. Yves Behar has found his own version of empath skills, yet they may include the sort of shenanegans going on with that Heart Chakra Databank in this aura reading.

    Skills are far better than workarounds. We don’t suffer unintended and subconscious-level side effects.

  8. 8

    ZOFIA, you have your own version of specialness. I have glimpsed some of that and, really, there is no substitute for you.

    Not Yves Behar, not anybody.

  9. 9
    David FB says:

    My thought? What will he be like when he does shift over into enlightenment?

    That powerful set of skills and awareness. Already a good connection with the divine, so less to clean up there.
    And no longer taking things personally, less of that frustration and a freer flow of expression.

    Taking it up another big notch…

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    Zofia says:

    Leo, I agree, being an empath is cool. I don’t think I’ve had as much problems with being an empath than I have had with my own stuff. And you can’t blame other people for that!

  11. 11
    Zofia says:

    Thanks Rose, but that wasn’t self pitying.

    Jealousy can be a positive emotion as it can help you understand what is possible. That’s important if you’re an entrpeneur, or whenever you’re doing something in a self directed way.

  12. 12
    Zofia says:

    Even if you’re connected to God, noone owes you anything on a human level. So in that sense I do believe you have to take life personally.

    With what I do, my intentions have always been to be of service and all of that, but that doesn’t mean that I’m not part of the fray and competitiveness of work.

  13. 13
    Zofia says:

    Even if it’s not about how you see yourself, it may be about managing how other people see you.

    So I’m more willing now than ever to stand up for myself personally, and to pay attention to how people are responding, if only to make sure that my good intentions don’t go to waste.

  14. 14
    Zelda says:

    Thanks for this fascinating reading, Rose!

    I agree with Leo-makes me proud to be an empath.

  15. 15
    Zelda says:

    One aspect of Yves Behar’s genius that I find refreshing and inspiring is that he has used it and continues to use it to create such an amazing life overall. Never mind all those amazing products!

  16. 16
    Zelda says:

    I think of various stories of genius throughout history and was struck by this through reading articles about him and by experiencing the workplace he has created.

    Maybe others can relate, also, to having a stereotypical view of genius as being somehow “tortured,” resulting in a way out-of-balance kind of life.

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    Zelda says:

    He’s created a workplace and work culture different from any I’ve seen, with the kind of team you describe, Rose. It’s genius to set up ongoing business partnerships and internal structures such that he owns a successful business, yet has it organized so that he can spend his time creating.

    He writes about and shares on Instagram his love of nature and how it helps him decompress from work.

    What a way to create a life.

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