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Aura Reading Rev. Rick Warren. A Spiritual Perspective on the Supreme Court Decision about Marriage Equality

Celebrity Pastor Rick Warren, ready for his aura reading

Celebrity Pastor Rick Warren, ready for his aura reading

Today’s Supreme Court decision in favor of same sex marriage is certainly dominating American news today. Coincidentally this morning I was preparing to write a blog post today on a topic like “What is spiritual experience, anyway?”

This was prompted by recent comments at the Empath Empowerment Skills Group on Facebook. We need to lay that groundwork as part of the continuing education there about what it means to become a skilled empath.

I thought this topic would be of interest to all you Blog-Buddies. What IS spiritual experience, anyway?

The timing is so great, here. Nice touch, Universe! Because now I can bring an aura reading perspective to a “Spiritual” cause that may not really be so very spiritual.

Auras show us the truth

Energetic literacy is really good for that. By the time you have developed Stage Three Energetic Literacy — which, of course, you can — it will be so easy to cut through ridiculous rationalizing

How big an impact can that have on politics? Well, won’t it be interesting to find out?

Imagine a time when politicians will need to be congruent…

  • Politicians saying what they really believe.
  • Or otherwise risk having their auras read by practically everyone.
  • The majority of people reading auras,  normal in the Age of Aquarius, just as the majority now have learned to use word literacy.
  • “Liar, liar, pants on fire” — and anybody can read that, using their aura reading skills. Ha!

This doesn’t mean that one political party will always win elections. There are honorable politicians on every side of the aisle.

Personally, I’m a liberal (something I try to avoid speaking about at this blog, but I will be honest about it if asked, and today I’ll disclose this in case you are wondering).

For years, though, I was married to a “Professional Republican.” He worked on staff for the Illinois House of Representatives. My second husband, David Ramsay, was a beautiful being and a thoroughly honorable man. Through him I met many other  Republicans who were also honorable and honest and smart.

Integrity isn’t about your set of beliefs. It’s about whether you live those beliefs. Do you really believe them or not? If not, patterns of conflict or worse will begin to show up bigtime in a person’s aura.

So imagine a time when religious hypocrisy can be clearly viewed for what it is

This topic is a bit trickier, since there are religions for every level of consciousness. Pretty revolting rationalizations are available through any religion or spiritual path. Even if the founder never, ever taught hatred, hypocrisy, bigotry, terrorism, etc.

Every religion can have a beautiful expression, surely. Yet some true believers, even religious leaders, may not be connected to anything that is spiritual in more than name.

Sez who? Not just Rose Rosetree. A person’s chakra databanks tell you. Perhaps something lovely will show up in chakra databanks that I will be exploring today with some aura reading research.

Do I know in advance what I’ll find? Nope. I’m just bringing my skills. One more thing first, just to be clear….

Just like Rev. Warren, you are entitled your reaction to same sex marriage

Everything about your beliefs is personal. And each individual is entitled to have a personal reaction. For many Americans, the reaction to LGBTQ and “Gay marriage” has changed. For others, nothing has changed, except for feeling more upset than ever about how other people behave.

For plenty of reasons, people may dislike giving civil rights to gays, lesbians, transgendered individuals. Only now this form of prejudice is illegal, when it comes to marriage rights as just held by the highest court in America.

Of those personal reactions that are anti-marriage equality, which do people feel safe proclaiming in public?

  • Is it “I feel weird and squirmy about sex”?
  • Or “I fear people who are different from me”?
  • Or could it be this? “Don’t make me change my point of view about anything social. I live as if preparing to fit into my coffin, nice and snug. Don’t make me change a thing.”

Objections like these, if voiced, might match up really congruently with a person’s aura. Especially when researched at the level of chakra databanks.

By contrast, meet Rick Warren. Whose personal reactions are, ostensibly, only about love.

Rev. Rick Warren, a “non-political” opponent of marriage equality

Are you familiar with this megachurch pastor?  He is among those who have repeatedly threatened civil disobedience (and worse) over marriage equality. 

Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren has said that being tolerant of homosexuals does not mean one approves of their choices, while appearing on “CBS This Morning He explained that he is politically neutral and does not lean to the left or to the right.

Evidently he’s tolerant the old-fashioned way: “I may disagree with you completely, but I will treat you with respect.” By contrast he is not tolerant as so many are today, which Warren defines as “you must approve of everything I do.”

Funny, I thought one of the rather important teachings of Jesus was “Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned.” Anyway…

“God is love.” Rev. Rick Warren said in this interview. “Life is all about learning how to love God and each other.”

Okay, fair enough. You get the idea.

Now let’s do a bit of aura reading research. I’ll use this aura photo of Rev. Rick Warren, taken from the interview. Here is a version of Rick Warren’s aura picture that I have saved for future reference, in case the first picture becomes unavailable.

Of course, any exercise in energetic literacy is explores an individual at a particular time. This man’s aura is being read from a video still, where he is doing a high-stakes, big-ratings interview on TV.

Still, he’s in his leadership role, not some creepy paparazzi picture. Since Rev. Rick Warren is acting in his leadership role, it seems only fair to check out his auric modeling. (How his aura shows subconsciously.)

Aura Reading, Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Giving

What a beautiful path it is, “God is love”! Let’s find out what radiates energetically in Rev. Rick Warren’s Heart Chakra Databank, one of his 50 Heart Chakra databanks. This one is required to strongly connecting, with love, to one’s fellow humans.

3 inches. Although the chakra databank is now small in size, its emotional quality is plenty intense. It’s all about “me.” As in:

How am I coming across to the audience? What will they think of me? How can I show myself in the best light?

Aura Reading, Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Self-Awareness

Reading auras of thousands of people, I’ve found that authentically loving people tend to have something quite beautiful in this chakra databank as well as the one I just read. Even on the level of common sense, that seems reasonable, right? It takes emotional self-honesty to be able to love, have compassion, judge not.

3 inches. Oops! The quality here proclaims “Emotional self-consciousness” more than “Self-awareness.”

At the time of this photo, Rev. Rick Warren has very strong feelings and a lot of emotional awareness, only it concerns how he is portraying himself to others. He may even be asking Jesus for help with this. Nothing about that shows to my perception. The only other thing I notice here is how much this pastor cares to APPEAR emotionally calm, in control. And just kindly enough to seem relatable (not threatening).

Aura Reading, Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Growth

Another correlation I’ve noticed, using skills of energetic literacy, is that loving people can grow especially quickly emotionally. (Especially when they are otherwise in good balance energetically, such as other chakra databanks about using personal power, telling the truth, etc.)

1 inch. Nearly totally shut down in size. The quality isn’t much better.

Adamant certainty is the over-riding quality in this chakra databank. Reminds me of the great hymn with words by Martin Luther, “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God.”

Fortress-like certainty isn’t especially conducive to loving regular human folks, is it?

Aura Reading, Throat Chakra Databank for Verbal Integrity

Telling the truth — surely that isn’t too much to ask of a man of God.

6 inches. Partly syrupy-sweet, as a communicator. Partly expert at expressing anger and harsh discipline in soft ways, downplaying his message in order to communicate all the more forcefully.

Both the size  and quality of this chakra databank don’t testify to truth-telling exactly, not the honest communucation which one might reasonably expect from a follower of Jesus.

Aura Reading, Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source

Now this is a really important chakra databank to read on a pastor. (Or any spiritual teacher.)

Every religion can attract people who live the golden truth of that particular path to God. These lovers of the Divine fling themselves into God’s open arms. Whichever form of God is being worshipped and loved.

Of course, energetic literacy research on this chakra databank is about the flinger, the worshipper. Not about God’s response. Which is pretty guaranteed gorgeousness , of course. Okay, here we go….

10 inches. Feeling very special about his special connection to God.

It’s all settled, too.

That’s the quality of Rev. Rick Warren’s chakra databank here.

All is settled? Yep. To Rick Warren, the Divine connection has been established, owned, proven. That’s plenty for him, too, at the time of this photo. No need to question, to budge, to grow in any way.

Aura Reading, Third Eye Chakra Databank for Spiritual Growth

Another way you can marvel at how a person’s religious beliefs really help them deep down is to explore this next chakra databank. This one concerns spiritual evolution. Even somebody whose religious beliefs disallow the reality of Darwininan evolution can still explore spiritual growth. Doesn’t that seem reasonable?

1/8 inch. A quality of subdued merriment is fascinating here. Although the chakra databank is in shutdown, at the time of this photograph, evidently Rev. Rick Warren finds some amusement in the very notion of “spiritual growth.”

People will do just about anything for that.

Evidently, given the quality of that little puddle of chakra databank that I can read here right now, Rev. Rick Warren is quite pleased with himself. And why not? How masterful he has become at appealing to that need, or weakness, in so many people.

Conclusions, anyone?

Here’s a charming speaker, eloquent, highly persuasive. Rev. Rick Warren gave a great interview. His life work has immense appeal to the people on his wavelength.

The only technical point I wish to make here is for the benefit of any readers/lurkers who haven’t read other aura readings here at the blog or in my books. Let me assure you that most chakra databanks are considerably larger. Ironic or not, Rev. Rick Warren is a great example of somebody in spiritual shutdown.

So, Blog-Buddies, what’s your reaction to this bit of aura reading?

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  1. 1
    Rosanna Tufts says:

    Holy smokes, the largest one is 10 inches — at least out of the ones you profiled here? You’ll have to do a follow-up, for contrast: which databanks really ARE “large and in charge?”

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    Sandra says:

    It is dismaying to me that this man is one of the most well-respected and beloved spokesmen for Jesus.

    But it is no surprise to me that he is in spiritual shutdown.

    Thanks for the aura reading, Rose.

  3. 3
    Isabella C. says:

    Good thing Jesus can handle it, Sandra.

    Really you can do just about any weird thing you want to do in the name of a Divine Being. And they’ll still be there.

  4. 4
    Louise says:

    I remember when his “Purpose driven Life” book was a huge best seller in my church going days and I was questioning my faith.

    I was never interested in reading it and going along with the crowd.

    I see this spiritual shutdown with my few remaining church friends and the surety of their beliefs and them working on coercing me back to services and probably praying for that for me.

  5. 5
    Isabella C. says:

    I was stuck today by how many (most) of the statements of opponents to marriage equality that I heard on the radio made no sense. Like, really, truly, baffling logic.

    Like one woman claiming that this ruling, and marriage equality in general, is an attack on religious freedom.

  6. 6
    Isabella C. says:

    As if being a member of some religious sect means YOU get to restrict other people’s rights. How utterly ridiculous and blind.

    These conservative groups claim that they are being persecuted when they are not allowed to persecute others. Nasty.

  7. 7
    Zelda says:

    This reading doesn’t surprise me at all.

    For a welcome contrast to the conservative, spiritual shutdown tone, though not actually on the same subject, I recommend watching “The Rev. President” Obama (as he was referred to by one of the ministers) eulogizing Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the pastor of the church in Charleston where 9 were murdered.

    Very moving eulogy, especially when Obama started to sing “Amazing Grace.”

    Here’s a link to the entire eulogy (apologies for the “should” in the title….):

    What a stunning week this has been!

  8. 8
    Sandra says:

    Isabella C: Amen, sister!

    We can be happy that logic prevailed yesterday. Human evolution continues to make great leaps forward.

  9. 9
    Cathy says:

    Makes one wonder about churches in general, where the ‘best’ leaders are in such a spiritual state. I’ve never heard of this particular pastor, being far far FAR from my church going days. But this doesn’t surprise me.

  10. 10

    Blog-Buddies, thanks so much for all these comments.

    CATHY and other readers who have had church-going days (or attend now) (or wish to find a church home in the the future)…

    This blog has included a reading of Rev. Billy Graham that you might enjoy.

    And one of Rev. Joel Osteen as well. (This one was more of a mixed bag, but inspiring if you value salesmanship.)

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