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Aura Reading Music Professor Robert Greenberg

Dr. Robert Greenberg, ready for his aura reading

Dr. Robert Greenberg, ready for his aura reading

Blog-Buddy KYLIE wrote:

“I’d like to see an aura reading of Professor Robert Greenberg. I have been very much enjoying his eight dvd “Great Course” lecture on the 30 Greatest Orchestral Works. He is a fantastic lecturer, so passionate about classical music and great at telling stories. He seems like someone with a great deal of soul thrill in his life.”

Today’s aura reading helps to complete our prize-winningest contest ever at this blog, What Could Possibly Make This Person Tick? Professor Greenberg was nominated by KYLIE in Comment 76. This is our penultimate aura reading prize for this contest. Whew, right?

What if you would like to do energetic literacy research on your own? Scroll down to the end of today’s article for nuts and bolts.

I’d recommend you do that before reading my aura research, so you won’t be influenced by it. Your perceptions are equally important for learning about the multi-faceted diamond that is ANY human soul.

As a Special Treat

In today’s aura reading I’m going to research many chakra databanks related to being a musician.

Aura Reading the Root Chakra Databank for Connecting to Sound

80 feet. Listening to sounds, the ordinary everyday sounds of human life, creates a thrill for Robert Greenberg. Always have.

Sounds delight him as colors thrill an artist, as flavors awaken a born chef.

And whatever STUFF may lie elsewhere in Robert Greenberg’s aura, he has a purity for listening. Sound is his portable sanctuary.

Yes, folks, this kind of purity is sometimes called “talent.:

Aura Reading the Belly Chakra Databank for Creativity

4 feet. A great deal of Robert Greenberg’s creativity is social. He is so skilled at engaging with other people in order to share creatively.

Yet that chakra databank is under-functioning (as you experienced aura readers may have noticed already).

There’s a pure kind of artistic creativity, as for musical composition, that isn’t strongly available to Robert Greenberg at this time. Maybe it never has been. At the time of this photograph, he’s mourning that.

Oh we silly humans! It’s so common to think, “If I have talent X, I also ought to be able to do Y and Z. And if I can’t, then what’s the value in doing X?”

So much of life’s pain — and one’s progress towards Enlightenment — involves rejoicing in what we can do well.

A Technical Bonus for Your Knowledge of Energetic Literacy

Although most chakra databanks are standard-issue, for all adults, each of us has many chakra databanks that are situational. Such as chakra databanks related to:

  • Significant Others
  • Major Commitments
  • Lifestyle
  • Line of Work

The three following chakra databanks are related to… Dr. Robert Greenberg’s line of work.

Aura Reading the Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Confidence as a Musician

4 feet. He knows he’s good. He knows he’s at a professional level. (And even you Blog-Buddies who aren’t professional musicians may have some idea of the odds of earning a living that way, or landing a job as a music professor.)

In fact, just this December, Robert Greenberg has received some extraordinary recognition, described charmingly at his website:

“My apologies up front for this entirely gratuitous, self-serving, pat-myself-and-The-Great-Courses-on-the-back entry, but this sort of thing does not happen very often (at least not to me), so I’m making hay while I can. Audible.com has just released its current “best seller” non-fiction audio books list, and two of my pieces – “The 30 Greatest Orchestral Works” and “A Brief History of Holiday Music” are on it, at numbers 5 and 9 respectively.”

Yet Robert Greenberg’s confidence only serves him up to a point. Again, seems to me, he’s confused in his expectations. Only so many people can attain world class fame. There are only so many seats at the table. Because this isn’t just about talent but “only so many seats.” And karma.

Clearly his talent as a communicator about music is first rate, and yet that confidence suffers.

Aura Reading the Throat Chakra Databank for Communication as a Musician

This chakra databank involves communication while making music, in contrast to the next chakra databank that follows in today’s aura reading research.

4 inches. When Robert Greenberg performs in front of others, the flow isn’t there.

By contast, when he’s performing alone, some times he can hear the angels right there in the room along with him.

Blog-Buddies, our camera-rich world can make us forget this truth: Some of us are born performers. Most of us just aren’t. There are plenty of other ways of contributing to life.

Aura Reading the Throat Chakra Databank for Communication about Musical Ideas (e.g. As a Professor)

Fills the room five times over. A Divine blessing trumpets right out of this dude when he is doing this kind of communication.

Funny thing is, this is so much easier for Robert Greenberg than performing music.

Talent is like that, folks, when supplemented by technical skill. And each of us has several talents, even if we don’t have the splendid fame karma of Robert Greenberg as a music professor and Great Courses speaker.

Aura Reading the Right Ear Sub-Chakra Databank for Listening to Music While Performing

It’s one thing to listen to music, just listening.

It’s another thing to perform music for others.

This chakra databank is about something more complex, simultaneously performing the music and listening to it.

3 inches. What a struggle! Such a tussle!

Aura Reading the High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill (Expressing His Soul)

28 feet. Robert Greenberg is expressing his soul beautifully, not just with the size of this chakra databank but also with the quality.

He’s happy and grateful about many aspects of his life.

Yet there’s some sorrow as well, as though he still has a dream of other kinds of musical success that have eluded him, yet he “should” be equally good at them, too. (He thinks.)

Conclusion

Gotta love Earth School, right? There’s always going to be a balance between ambition and acceptance. If Robert Greenberg didn’t have this much ambition, how could he have gone so far? As for the acceptance, that may already have become a feature of his conscious mind. Today’s aura reading was, as always, researching mostly the energetic and subconscious components of the person’s energy field.

So much beauty there! Robert Greenberg is a true artist… and extraordinarily talented as a communicator about music.

Nuts and bolts about today’s aura reading

Which photograph am I using as a basis for today’s aura reading.

What if you want to read x’s*** aura on your own?

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 if you are using the paperback. For the eBook, just search. )
  • 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, isn’t it fascinating to use energetic literacy skills to learn about people? Each and every one of us is so very complex, fascinating, who we are for life (at that level of personal potential that shows in gifts of the soul) and ever changing (as our chakra databanks reveal, moment by moment and day by day).

  • 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. Incidentally I’m working to have the eBook available soon.)
  • 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 fascinating to use energetic literacy skills to learn about this so-inspiring singer, Sam Smith.

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  1. 1
    Grace W says:

    Thanks for another fascinating reading, Rose!

    Kylie, thanks for this entry in the contest. I’ve become more and more interested in classical music in the past few months and just requested 2 of Prof. Greenberg’s CD sets from the library.

    Looking forward to listening to them! 🙂

  2. 2
    Kylie says:

    Thanks for this reading Rose!!! Fascinating.

    With the great talent this man has for speaking, it never would have occurred to me that he might bemourn not having other talents. Wow!

    And Grace, glad you liked it. You are in for some fun listening!

  3. 3
    Lilian says:

    I don’t know this dude, thanks for the audible tip. 🙂

  4. 4
    Kira says:

    As you might guess, I’m especially interested in those music-specific chakra databanks. This was a real treat!

  5. 5
    Kira says:

    I find it interesting that the flow isn’t there for him when he performs for others.

    I know several people with various degrees of stage fright, and I think it tends to work that way for them as well.

  6. 6
    Kira says:

    I, on the other hand, have what I call “reverse stage fright”.

    I can perform just fine alone, although I often don’t see the point, but I’m at my worst performing for just one person (unless I’ve gotten used to that person, such as a voice teacher).

    The more people I’m performing for, the more comfortable I get.

  7. 7
    Kira says:

    This is true of both singing and acting for me; I auditioned for and got an anti-type-cast role in 11th grade as an annoying cawing Raven (in The Robber Bridegroom).

    During rehearsals, it took a lot out of me to caw obnoxiously and I know I wasn’t giving it my all.

  8. 8
    Kira says:

    But I didn’t have that problem with the full audience.

    I know I did well because the Raven is killed during the story, and there were cheers from the audience, so I clearly made myself sufficiently obnoxious! 🙂

  9. 9
    Kira says:

    I feel for people with stage fright; I don’t know if it feels that way for Robert Greenberg, or if that’s a totally different dynamic that just looks similar, but it’s sometimes heartbreaking to see someone with huge talent who can’t use it in front of an audience.

  10. 10
    Dana20 says:

    This reading was so fascinating, and I have loved reading all of the contest readings! I especially liked: “So much of life’s pain — and one’s progress towards Enlightenment — involves rejoicing in what we can do well.”

  11. 11

    I’m the same way, Kira. The bigger the audience, the better my performance. But auditions in front of just two or three people – definitely not my best.

  12. 12

    Very interesting about the Connecting to Sound chakra databank. I didn’t know about that one before. That’s going to be a fun one for me to research!

  13. 13
    Curious As Ever says:

    Happy new year, Rose! Thank you so much for posting another fascinating aura reading. I learn so much from each one you do.

    By the way I have Robert Greenberg’s course “How to Listen to and Understand Great Music” and recommend it to anyone and everyone. He is a teacher above and wayyyy beyond even the excellent. It is a joy to listen to him share his passion for and understanding of music.

  14. 14
    Curious As Ever says:

    Re: Fame karma. What’s so strange about fame is that even the most intense fame may not last for more than a few years, and in any event the great bulk of humanity may never have heard of, say, the star of some sitcom or a Nobel Prize winner.

    That said, I have not really gotten my mind around “fame” and I am always fascinated to read what you have to say about it.

  15. 15
    David B says:

    Thanks for a fascinating read. Having a bit of music in there, it was interesting to see the related databanks. Also that distinction between having a talent and having it flow.

    Music is a remarkable set of skills. There is that deep connecting to sound. There is the dexterity and practice it takes to master an instrument. There is reading the language of music. Some performers also simultaneously use voice. There is having musical inspiration and capturing that in the language.

  16. 16
    David B says:

    You also mention listening while performing, which would be key in a group and why he might find solo easier. Something that may have influenced his confidence.

    There are some talents that can show up early that bring great pressure and very high standards. If he didn’t meet some aspect of that…

  17. 17
    David B says:

    Does one experience Whiplash?
    Or August Rush?

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