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Aura Reading Movie Review Starring Brie Larson

Idris Elba, ready for his aura reading.

Brie Larson, ready for her aura reading.

Well, golly! This has been some weird set of aura reading Academy Award Nominee-type Readings. So far we’ve had that unexpectedly disturbing one of Leonard DiCaprio, plus our not entirely fun-some aura research into actors Idris Elba and John Boyega.

This morning I woke up thinking, “Let’s go for some contrast today. How about an actress? Might I please, please explore a more lighthearted role that doesn’t involve an actor’s protracted near-death experience?”
Of course, I’m also committed to researching folks who got the most nominations in our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews. So… I settled on an excellent cheese. Excuse me, an actress.  Brie Larson was nominated by DONNA and also JESS, who wrote:

“I’m interested because I recall a couple of media interviews where she talked about how after a while, the problem was not getting into character, but getting back out again. She had to work hard to find ways to not let the role change her or her worldview too much, which makes me wonder how deep the changes went when she was Ma.”
In this year’s harvest of major movie entertainment, Brie’s role was hardly blithesome, of course, as you’ll soon read in our plot summary. Such entertainments!

Background on Aura Reading Movie Reviews

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.

It’s a very Age of Awakening form of movie criticism, researching which actors are able to change so deeply, it registers at their subconscious minds and chakra databanks.

Get ready for today’s Aura Reading Movie Review

The Film: “Room”

The Movie Trailer

Plot Summary from the Official Website for Academy Awards 2016: Brie Larson portrays Ma, a woman held captive in a small shed for seven years, who strives to create a normal life for her young son.

Here are the photos we’ll use

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as herself

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as Ma

BTW, I’m sorry this second picture contains a photo anglethat is technically very difficult to read. It’s hard to find a photo of Brie where she isn’t clutching the child in the movie. Which would be hard to read for different reasons. Also I wanted to find a dramatic still from the movie, rather than the happy moment in her bathtub that begins the movie trailer.

A trailer I haven’t watched…. True confession: Personally I’m not too interested in seeing a film about somebody trapped in a small shed with her son for seven years, and somebody who valiant aims to give him a normal childhood. Sorry, but I find the premise utterly preposterous. Although I appreciate how this premise might be very comforting to viewers who feel terribly trapped in their lives. May that movie uplift them!

To learn more about how I do Aura Reading Movie Reviews, click onto our post about Aura Readings for Academy Award Nominees. And now, let’s go.

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

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as herself

Fills room times 5. Star quality, a natural sparkler. The 26-year-old is having the time of her life. She is learning that she can connect to physical reality, to crowds of people, to fans, as a “Movie star.”

Doing so, she is having the time of her life.

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as Ma

45 feet. Quite aware of being an actress in the role. Using technique to her best ability to deliver a performance.

Hiding the squirmy-excited feeling she still gets when acting in front of a camera.

Chakra Databank Change Points


Aura Reading Databank at the Belly Chakra for Sex Appeal

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as herself

45 feet. Brie has the sex appeal of a ripe, juicy young woman. Nothing snazzy or sex-symbol-ey about it. Yet it’s noteworth that Brie Larson is now a major star, a celebrity. And she isn’t faking-up her sexuality either.

The sexiness isn’t being merchandized but remains natural.

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as Ma

25 feet. “I hope that I seem sexy enough.” I’m in a movie now and I want everybody who watches me to enjoy my performance and also to find me just a little bit sexy.”

Chakra Databank Change Points


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

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as herself

8 inches. Brie Larson is feeling pretty special. It’s as though her life has taken a magical turn. Now she can have whatever she wants.

Of course, this chakra databank may show up quite differently when she isn’t sitting for an interview as an up-and-coming celebrity.

However, at this time, in this type of photograph, Brie Larson has an expectation of getting what exactly she wants because of who she now is. She wears the star mantle pretty lightly, considering. Yet, if she were a young man, the word I would use to describe her would be “cocky.”

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as Ma

40 feet. “Wow, what is happening! I am playing a different character. I’ve worked it all out. She is victimey but not really a victim. She is brave. She refuses to give up. She has no power but she still feels as if she has power.

“Acting is so exciting. I get to pretend to be somebody who is not me.”

Chakra Databank Change Points


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

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as herself

9 feet. Brie Larson feels pretty splendid about her feelings. She’s also newly confident now, in a sweet way, about her capacity to know what she’s feeling and to use this for her art.

How deeply do her feelings run? The quality of this chakra databank suggests… not very.

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as Ma

2 feet. “I have very real emotions. I am suffering yet I am brave.”

“Wow, I’m acting! This person is not me. I feel strangely detached while I am acting. It is not normal. But I am very good at this. I have what it takes to be a star.”

Chakra Databank Change Points


Aura Reading Databank at the Throat Chakra for Verbal Integrity

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as herself

2 inches. As a person, Brie Larson IS very comfortable within her own skin. And the quality of the chakra databank suggests that she FEELS very authentic as a communicator.

Yet the quality of this chakra databank also reveals standards that are pretty easily attainable — okay, superficial. Feeling comfortable with herself is equated with telling the truth.

How could this be? To this pretty experienced aura reader, it’s a matter of soul evolution.

Brie Larson is a young soul, in terms of soul age. Although she’s a sweet one, to put it plainly, she hasn’t yet experienced enough as a soul to understand the difference between variations on telling the truth like:

  • Integrity driven by the use of free will
  • Thinking that’s sophisticated enough for her to come up with any significant choice about what she says or how she says it
  • Not possessing enough imagination to come up with original things to say, things that might not be true
  • And just “being natural.”

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as Ma

2 feet. “I am being a very brave character who will not surrender. I am speaking as somebody who has an indomitable will.

“I have worked all this out. I am also vulnerable. Even though I am being a completely different character, I will still sparkle and be adorable because that will get me the fame.”

Chakra Databank Change Points


Aura Reading Databank at the High Chakra for Soul Thrill (Expressing Her Soul)

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as herself

40 feet. Brie Larson is so, so excited to be having this interview and photo op with “Hollywood Reporter.”

Really, would you be thrilled? At 26? Given the gazillion competing actresses and wannabes?

Reading Brie Larson’s aura as Ma

40 feet. “I’m in a movie. I’m so excited.”

Chakra Databank Change Points


Conclusion, with total Chakra Databank Change Points

Zero out of 6. Oh well.

Blog-Buddies, you may know that ordinarily I don’t use statements in quotation marks to describe the quality of a chakra databank. So why did I do this, time and again, as Brie Larson was acting? Because she was performing so self-consciously.

In her innocent way, as a “natural actress who didn’t have to work hard to get in character,” Brie Larson was trying so hard to keep her actorly focus… this efforting process went all the way through to her subconscious databanks.

What explains the puzzle posed at the start of this aura reading by JESS?

“I’m interested because I recall a couple of media interviews where she talked about how after a while, the problem was not getting into character, but getting back out again. She had to work hard to find ways to not let the role change her or her worldview too much, which makes me wonder how deep the changes went when she was Ma.”

These answers occur to me:

  1. From my perspective, it’s now pretty understandable why Brie didn’t have to work terribly hard getting into character. Haha.
  2. Brie Larson still worked really, really hard to act in that movie. (As just noted in her Zero Chakra Change Points.) It could have taken her a while to get over that process of acting in a movie, e.g., Having to think so hard, plus getting all that attention and shining under the limelight.
  3. Starring in a major movie, at just 26, Brie Larson still may be confused about this process. Understandably she might consider that this process is what other actors call “being in a role.” (Although no actor myself, from my perspective as an aura reading movie reviewer, this emphasis on “acting” is the sign of somebody with very modest talent. More talented actors inhabit a role, not their ideas about a role.)
  4. Brie Larson, sweet as she is, might be considered a very young soul. And she’s also in a mild version of spiritual shutdown — as confirmed by researching several other chakra databanks, although I didn’t go into all those details in today’s blog post.

More About This Part…

Here is as good a place as any in today’s aura reading research to point out what is glaringly obvious to this aura reader. Brie Larson is a highly INsensitive person.

Hey, using Dr. Elaine Aron’s model — and that’s only fair, because she’s the one who first wrote about Highly Sensitive Persons, HSP’s, 1 in 5 persons is an HSP. While 1 in 5 persons is highly insensitive. Hey, takes all kinds to make this world. 🙂

I’d say that Brie Larson is pretty well positioned now to step into America’s perpetual need for a young movie star to serve as “America’s sweetheart.” This honor goes to a highly INsensitive person who has sweetness and confidence, isn’t a sex symbol or jaw-droppingly beautiful.

For that role in America’s Collective Consciousness, it’s a plus if that actress lives in spiritual shutdown.

What Else for Today?

Movie fans, for more Aura Reading Movie Reviews by Rose Rosetree — Find Them All Here.

And if reading celebs is your thing, click here to find loads of newsmaker aura readings, face readings, and Skilled Empath Merges.

Note: Blog-Buddies, you still have time to weigh in on which other performers I research this year in advance of the Oscars. Just go to our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews. Do nominations and supporting nominations to your heart’s content.

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  1. 1
    Ann says:

    As always, fascinating, ROSE!

    Unrelated to Brie Larson:
    Though the premise sounds “utterly preposterous,” my understanding is that the book the film is based on was based a real event (changed somewhat for the book).

  2. 2
    Mel says:

    For comparison’s sake, Larson is a young soul, how old are most souls alive right now?

  3. 3
    Isabella C. says:

    Oh man. So much for a non-depressing aura reading. Hahaha…

  4. 4

    ANN, how lovely to hear from you at the blog. Music to my ears!

    You know, I’m not surprised that such a freaky thing has happened.

    Personally I find this topic would be a preposterous way for me to find either recreational enjoyment or instruction in how to deal with life’s many (and far more likely) problems.

  5. 5

    In fact, I collect funny headlines from the National Enquirer, and my favorite so far goes:

    “My sister kept me locked in a closet for 15 horrible years”

    It’s the word “horrible” that I find such an elegant writerly touch. 😉

  6. 6

    MEL, your Comment 2 would be far more appropriate to a psychic’s blog.

    We go back a long time. If you think about it, you know my work well enough to be aware that I don’t generalize like that. This was one statement that seemed appropriate to include in one celebrity reading.

    Though I don’t blame you for asking, of course. I know you have a lot of curiosity.

  7. 7
    Kira says:


    The descriptions you give for Brie Larsen’s chakra databanks while acting remind me of some of my own thoughts when I’m acting, and that got me thinking: most of my roles for many years have been in parodies, so the emphasis is on comedic timing more than inhabiting a role.

  8. 8
    Kira says:

    Also, the vast majority of my roles have been in musicals.

    I wonder if there’s a significant difference that shows in chakra databanks between acting in a standard drama, in a musical, in a comedy, and in a parody.

  9. 9
    Lilian says:

    I guess here Brie is not acting, but “play acting.” Except, unlike Kira, Brie doesn’t have the self awareness to realise that.

  10. 10
    Lilian says:

    The collective need for extreme storylines may be linked to the rise in Spiritual Shutdown and the rise in insensitivity that it brings. Like we’ve mentioned in previous posts.

    Rose, is Brie in Spiritual Addiction or Shutdown? You mentioned both in your article. I guess shutdown in this case.

    “For that role in America’s Collective Consciousness, it’s a plus if that actress lives in spiritual addiction.”

  11. 11
    Lilian says:

    Also.. Rose just cut a cord to someone very annoying in my life, who caused a lot of damage with her said stupidity. I didn’t realise at the time, but a large part of frustration with this lady was her stupidity (despite her senior role.)

  12. 12
    Lilian says:

    I can’t imagine this will be my last run in with someone who is a bit insensitive or even stupid, who doesn’t realise what they’re not understanding.

    I guess it’s a case of realising who you’re dealing with and adjusting accordingly.

  13. 13
    Lilian says:

    In my experience, people of a similar type tend to cluster in organisations or companies. So, this Brie person plays her role.

    If Cate Blanchett (with her Rose approved acting skill) had to work with her, then Cate might get a bit frustrated, but then Cate probably knows better than to try and do that. :-p

  14. 14

    LILIAN, thank you for all your comments, including Comment 10, where you caught a typo that I have now been able to locate and correct. 🙂

  15. 15

    LILIAN, this part of your Comment #12 is just brilliant:

    “I guess it’s a case of realising who you’re dealing with and adjusting accordingly.”

  16. 16

    As for your Comment #13, the idea of Cate Blanchett and Brie Larson co-starring in a movie — and the likely reaction of the uber-professional actress — strikes me as hilarious.


  17. 17

    But don’t many of us find in our professional work that there are people who have the standing to do that work (even if we don’t entirely agree with them)?

    Meanwhile there are other people who work in the field very successfully, despite lacking strong professional skills.

  18. 18

    Part of Earth School’s illusions, right? Plus some people have brought into this lifetime the karma to succeed.

    I suspect that good karma, previously earned, helps explain a lot about Bree Larson’s success and the same for other actors who haven’t scored terribly high in my dozens of previous Aura Reading Movie Reviews.

  19. 19

    Here’s a related example. Crooner Pat Boone’s daughter, Debby, enjoyed huge success with her first solo recording, “You Light Up My Life.” (You can read about her here.)

    That happened in 1977. To this day I remember the shock of reading an interview where Debby Boone proudly said that she didn’t practice singing.

    As I recall, she either said or implied that her success was entirely due to how well she lived her Christian faith. By now, I think this is a great example of cashing in on good karma. Hey, gotta love Earth School!

  20. 20
    Grace W says:

    Yes, Lillian, I agree that you’ve spoken words of wisdom:

    “I guess it’s a case of realising who you’re dealing with and adjusting accordingly.”

    This is a lesson it’s taken me a long time to learn so as to quit stressing myself out in various encounters. I’m really still learning it.

  21. 21
    Grace W says:

    It’s been quite an adjustment recently, since the shift to Enlightenment.

    I’ve definitely noticed clarity in seeing more of what people are doing, in spite of their defenses and facades.

  22. 22
    Grace W says:

    But then with that clarity comes the need for finding healthy ways to deal with what I see. Interesting!

    Fortunately, it’s going better now.

    Had the occasion to “practice” this new skill just yesterday.

  23. 23
    Lilian says:

    Chuckle. I think there are an infinite number of skills we can learn and polish in the art of coexisting with other people. I guess we have to be grateful for every opportunity to learn.

  24. 24
    Lilian says:

    And.. yeah, I have plenty of good karma in certain areas. To the extent that others have been jealous. But we don’t all know the detail of each other’s lives. It’s interesting, this living thing. 🙂

  25. 25
    Jess says:

    Rose thanks for this! I’m sort of glad to hear it. I was horrified to think of anyone putting themselves through this, even faking it, which it turns out she didn’t do.

  26. 26
    Leo says:

    Fascinating reading, as usual.

    I think you’ve touched on some aspects of American culture that I really don’t like.

  27. 27

    Which, LEO? Do tell.

    And thanks to all who are commenting here. JESS, you really gave me a chuckle. So unexpected, your comment!

  28. 28
    Leo says:

    The expectation and lauding of stocism / not feeling.

    The normalcy of a deadened / underdeveloped emotional state.

    And more universally, the confusing of “trying oh so hard to seem artsy” with owning real artistic talent.

  29. 29
    Lilian says:

    interesting comments Leo. 🙂 much appreciated.

    I agree, “maturity” and “adulthood” are often confused with “emotional shutdown”. You can take responsibility for life and still be emotionally and mentally responsive. 🙂

  30. 30
    Donna says:

    Very interesting…thank you Rose.

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