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Shalonda Holt, Aura Reading this Teacher of the Year

Shalonda Holt

Shalonda Holt! Aura reading a hero!

Aura Reading Shalonda Holt? Let’s, please. I fell in love with her the day I read about her in the Washington Post Magazine. What a force of nature!

Shalonda Holt was born on a bathroom floor, to a 17-year-old mother who had kept the pregnancy a secret — even from her parents. That mother, Rhoda Buckner, later sacrificed everything to raise a stand-up daughter. And did she ever succeed!

You can read the details about this remarkable educator, Shalonda Holt, in this profile in The Washington Post.

Shalonda Holt, a Powerhouse

Today I’m going to read the aura of the “one woman powerhouse.” I hope she reads it. Perhaps indirectly the insights will help her to bear the shameful “micro-aggressions — little paper cuts every day” that happen at her suburban school in Maryland, where the African-American biology teacher helps to educate a suburban school in diversity as well as biology.

Of course, I don’t know yet what I’ll find when I research Shalonda Holt’s aura. I just have a hunch that it will impress me… even more than what I read in that “Teacher of the Year” magazine profile.

For information about aura reading and chakra databanks, skip to the end of this article. Now let’s get started, using this aura picture of Shalonda Holt as a basis for today’s aura reading.

As many of you Blog-Buddies already know, every photo is an aura photo, once somebody has gained a reasonable level of energetic literacy — which all of us can develop. This skill doesn’t have to involve psychic development any more than your word literacy, for reading this paragraph, requires psychic development.

Shalonda Holt Aura Reading

Root Chakra Databank for Trusting Life

29 feet. Loves being alive, physically full of vitality at the time of this photograph.

Shalonda Holt doesn’t have a party girl kind of enjoyment, though. She’s a deeply serious person who trusts life to support her as she makes a difference in this world.

Tremendous fortitude and rigor are employed routinely to hold up her end of the bargain. As if she trusts life and tells life in return, “You can count on me to do my part.”

Shalonda Holt Aura Reading

Belly Chakra Databank for Flow of Energy at Work

18 feet. Caring motivates this teacher.

Note to you empaths: When reading this chakra databank I’m struck by Shalonda Holt’s gifts as an empath, and how she uses them in service to her students. So let’s have a little interlude, related to our New Empath Contest, Where All Who Enter Win Something (open through May 15, 2016). At that contest I’ll list Shalonda Holt’s gifts as an empath. See Comments #149 and 150.

Shalonda Holt Aura Reading

Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Trusting Your Spontaneous Thought Process

A good teacher does that, right? I’m so grateful to Monica Lacrouts for helping me to start trusting myself as a writer, to Dr. Allen Grossman for furthering that, to Mme. Jane for helping me to trust myself as a langage learner.

In comments at this post, Blog-Buddies, feel free to give a shout out to praise teachers who helped you to trust your own spontaneous thought process. Let’s have an Educator’s Hall of Fame here!

Back at Shalonda Holt, reading this chakra databank…

Out to the moon. Shalonda Holt shows tremendous courage at the intellectual form of self-authority, letting herself know, trusting herself as a knower, thirsty to know, satisfied when she knows.

In this chakra databank I find self-trust honed by years of learning on her own.

In the beautiful Washington Post profile by T. Rees Shapiro, comes this sweet quote from the now so-accomplished educator, “Growing up, education was just stressed to me… My Saturday night was with Ben and Jerry’s and my vocabulary book.”

Self-study, though lonely, can be the best kind. Given the quality of this chakra databank, it’s evident to me that Shalonda Holt learned something wonderful from the process of self-study. She learned how to trust the learning process itself, stimulating a kind of internal validation that helps a person to keep on learning for life.

I wouldn’t be a bit surprised to learn that she coaches her students to trust their own thinking, whether she teaches this directly or just through example (and, of course, her own auric modeling).

Shalonda Holt Aura Reading

Heart Chakra Databank for Trusting Yourself Emotionally While Acting Independently

Teachers in public schools must be team players. Yet independence is required, too, when presiding over a classroom, making one judgment call after another, or guiding students who may be more vulnerable than they know.

18 feet. I find more pain in this chakra databank than any other that I’ve researched so far in Shalonda Holt. I’ve also found scar tissue — my favorite thing ever in a person’s chakra databank.

What is scar tissue in aura reading?

This quality found sometimes in an aura comes from having endured pain or loss or other challenges in life, and not only overcoming that challenge but gaining wisdom and compassion. Plus, sometimes, becoming empowered by a useful kind of toughness.

Researching this chakra databank, it seems to me that Shalonda Holt has overcome challenges in her learning and now helps her students to do the same. The pain she’s gone through makes her extra-sensitive to students’ insecurities and self-doubts.

Again, Shalonda Holt’s teaching skills, speech and action can help so much to instill confidence. Yet the deeper level of auric modeling is what gives her a deep credibility that uplifts students to find their own way to independence of thought.

To put this spiritual concept in everyday words, rather than the language of energetic literacy… Shalonda Holt has the standing, as a person, to teach her students to trust themselves to learn. Even if family members don’t get it. Even if other students mock them for being “geeks” or “nerds.”

Shalonda Holt Aura Reading

Throat Chakra Databank for Communicating Ideas, Intellectual Growth

80 feet. It’s as if Shalonda Holt’s ideas are x-rays, able to enter deeply within the consciousness of each student who brings an open mind to the classroom.

On my list of empath gifts, over at the Empath Contest blog post, the first one I’m listing is that rare gift, Molecular Empath Ability. This informs how she teaches.

Being able to communicate in this way is a huge talent for Shalonda Holt. Not that she has to work to make it happen. Talents like this are allowed, not pushed.

Shalonda Holt Aura Reading

Third Eye Chakra Databank for Living with Honor

In my upcoming book, “The New Strong,” you can expect to find references to the value of honor. Although the concept is unfashionable at the time of this writing, honor has always mattered. I predict that, for us living now, honor will soon be making a comeback as something deeply valued.

80 miles. A Divine blessing lights up this chakra databank for Shalonda Holt, illuminating this facet of her personality with a brilliance not found elsewhere in the aura reading I’ve done so far.

Shalonda Holt really cares about honor. Indirectly, she teaches honor. Even if some of her students aren’t that great at biology — Hey, biology is the only class I ever failed as a student — Shalonda Holt’s kids can learn about honor from their down-to-earth but so-inspiring teacher.

More about Aura Reading

Skills for depth aura reading are so important for Rosetree Energy Spirituality. Just as mathematics is the language of science, so is aura reading the basis of mind-body-spirit techniques — whether for aura healing or personal growth, and even making rapid progress on one’s path to Enlightenment.

With Stage Three Energetic Literacy, experiences like these become available:

  • Doing a three-part Lie Detector test, with uncanny accuracy and plenty of nuance
  • Previewing a new date sexually (Reading chakra databanks like, “What Joe is like as a lover?”)
  • Discerning gifts of the soul at the Divine level
  • Exploring the size and quality of any chakra databank —  aura information at the astral level
  • Reading auras from regular photographs, online or hard copy
  • Using aura reading skills to become a really smart Aura Reading Consumer

Here is a useful resource for learning more about aura reading — how it doesn’t have to be psychic development when taught as a form of energetic literacy, our Top 10 List about Energetic Literacy. And, if you’re really curious about the full range of energetic literacy skills, as they can be developed by YOU, an update about that was published in April 2016.

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  1. 1
    Cynthia says:

    Really loved this reading.

    What a great teacher she must be

  2. 2
    Delphine says:

    Lovely reading =)

    It’s the first time I think I come across that description “scar tissue”.

    I think I may have run into something of the sort in my first try at magic picture. It was like “a super power for not letting go of a loved one if they are going down-hill internally, independently of the consequences to her internal self”. It seemed to have bloomed from experience.

    It sounds rather awful, self-sacrificing, but there was a very sweet quality to it, a strength and vulnerability. I guess she trusted herself to come out of that “hole”.

  3. 3

    Thanks, CYNTHIA and DELPHINE.

    DELPHINE, that DOES sound like an experience of scar tissue in an aura or chakra databank. Inspiring, isn’t it?

    Well done.

  4. 4
    Kira says:

    Loved this!

    My closest friend was one of my teachers in high school; she’s retired now, but still tutoring. I didn’t have any trouble with algebra or physics, the two classes she taught me, but she did teach me to trust my ability to love.

  5. 5
    Leo says:

    She sounds like a great teacher! I think I saw you write once, Rose, that most great teachers have intellectual empath abilities.

  6. 6
    Sarah says:

    Oh, Rose. 🙂 You ask about the teachers we have had in our lives who inspired us to trust our own spontaneous flow of experience…

    YOU, Rose! Hands down the best teacher of this whom I have ever had. So thanks!

    And thanks for sharing this aura reading and a bit of backstory. So cool to be reminded that an individual need not be in enlightenment, or working in one’s chosen field, or big-time famous to be a huge inspiration on the human level!

  7. 7
    Kylie says:

    Love this reading. I have too many favorite teachers to shout out, but I still remember all of them often.

  8. 8
    Brandi says:

    Very inspiring story and one that reminds me that regardless of your beginnings in life you can be successful and make a difference.

  9. 9
    Dana20 says:

    Thank you for this inspiring reading, Rose! I especially loved her self-trust: ” Shalonda Holt shows tremendous courage at the intellectual form of self-authority, letting herself know, trusting herself as a knower, thirsty to know, satisfied when she knows.”

    Not something that comes automatically to a teacher!

  10. 10

    Thanks for all these comments, CYNTHIA, KIRA, LEO, SARAH, KYLIE, BRANDI, and DANA20. I’m very touched by that #6.

  11. 11
    Joyce says:

    This is an awesome reading of an inspiring woman (and much credit to her mom).

    Plus I’m learning more about the different chakra databanks that I can explore (during my 20 minutes of technique time, tops). 🙂

  12. 12
    Julie says:

    It’s great to see this example of someone who has trust on so many levels.

    I like this part “As if she trusts life and tells life in return, “You can count on me to do my part.”

  13. 13
    David B says:

    Lovely Rose.
    The only subject I failed? Writing. (Ironic, huh?)

  14. 14
    Jessica Gates says:

    I’m in complete agreement with your comment #6, Sarah.

  15. 15
    Jessica Gates says:

    Of all the school teachers I’ve ever had, only three of them really stand out as inspiring: Mrs. Larsen, my 3rd grade teacher, Mr. Tuscano, my 7th grade world studies teacher, and Mr. Patmalnee, who taught me so very many fascinating things, I can’t remember the official subject of the class.

    Each one of them treated me like a real person. Each one of them loved teaching, and loved the subjects they taught. Each one of them inspired me to want to learn more. If all school teachers could inspire all their students as much… I guess that would be heaven, wouldn’t it?

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    Isabella C. says:

    Wonderful reading. And I so, so enjoyed reading the Washington Post profile.

    An amazing woman who is just a person, doing their best, not seeking fame or causing scandal, but being honored and appreciated by her peers and her students for the everyday work that she does to make a difference. Very inspiring and comforting for me to read.

    The picture of her included in the article is beautiful too.

  17. 17
    Lilian says:

    These particular chakra databanks are really interesting to me. Giving people the gift of being able to think and learn independently is so precious.

  18. 18
    Lilian says:

    I decided to start looking into “energy” things a while ago, and was immediately disappointed when I saw people throwing critical thinking out of the window. We need it now more than ever.

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    Evgenia says:

    I wish I had a teacher like this in my life, everything would have been so much easier for me. I am still puzzled with the fact that people underestimate human kindness. Some even take it is a lack of professionalism.

    And to me, what else can make your talents bloom if not support of your supervisor (teacher or boss or parent). How is that still not obvious to most of the people?

    Rose, you know you are hitting my current hot spot with this post ))) But thank you for the inspiration!

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