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Lucas Hedges Aura Reading Movie Review

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading — check out this movie review in advance of the Oscars this Sunday

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading — yes! I’m bringing you that today. It’s my “role.” (And am I ever curious.)
Lauded for his performance in “Manchester by the Sea,” what was the young actor’s biggest achievement?
  • Enormous acting talent, brilliantly focused?
  • Natural charisma when playing himself. Which might generate great admiration.
  • An enticing ability to appear “natural” on screen? (In the manner of Julia Roberts and Renee Zellweger, and arguably their greatest talent.)
  • Cashing in on good karma. (See our Comments 4-5 at this aura reading movie review.)

Film buffs may debate all this at great length. However we aura readers have an advantage. (Whether we’re film buffs or not, actually.) There’s nothing like aura reading movie reviews: We can get to the heart, the stomach, the lungs of a performance.

Emotionally speaking, anyway. Because energetic literacy skills that I use here, and teach, come from where? Energy Spirituality, not energy medicine. So here I’ll talk “chakra databanks,” not “bronchial tubes.”

For background on Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES) and how to do aura reading movie reviews, skip to the end of this article. And now…

Applause for Contest Winner GILLIAN

At our Contest for This Year’s Aura Reading Movie Reviews, the final winner was Gillian. She wrote:

I’d like to nominate Lucas Hedges. I don’t tend to follow the fortunes of actors much, but before watching the film I read in a review that he was ‘one to watch.’

I thought his performance was fantastic. He seemed so real, not like an actor at all..!

He reminded me of my nephews, which I appreciate is not really a reason to nominate him for this contest! but he just came across as being a really smart, likeable, sane, sensitive young person.

It would be interesting to learn the extent to which the character he played in the film differs from his normal personality.

How to Enjoy this Lucas Hedges Aura Reading Movie Review

The Film: “Manchester by the Sea”

The Movie Trailer: It’s one click away!

Plot Summary from the Oscar’s Official Website:

As Patrick Chandler, Lucas Hedges portrays a teenager. He’s dealing with the death of his father. Complicating this, Patrick suffers from the halting attempts of his uncle to connect with him emotionally.

Which photos will we use?

Photo for Lucas Hedges’s Aura Reading

Click here to open up a photo for aura reading Lucas Hedges on a separate screen.

Contrast that with our Photo of Lucas Hedges as Patrick Chandler.

How can I read an aura from an ordinary picture? How can you? With skills.

It helps that every photo is an aura photo.

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

Root Chakra Databank for Connecting to Physical Reality

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

29 feet. Normal range for Lucas at the time of the photo. 🙂

First of all, he’s enthusiastic about life, curious, interested in people.

Altogether, Lucas strikes me as delightfully uncomplicated for an A*C*T*O*R.

Lucas Hedges’s Aura Reading as Patrick Chandler

3 inches. Shut down.

Disgust is the organizing principle here. Petulant and self-engrossed, the Patrick Chandler character is experimenting with attitude.

In teenage fashion, he knows he’s exaggerating. Yet all the more fun, doing that!

Chakra Databank Change Points: 1

Curiously one-dimensional, this disgust portrayed of Patrick Chandler.

Another way to view this is to make an analogy to using Crayola Crayons. Viola Davis and Viggo Mortensen  pulled nuanced colors from a much larger box. Picture them using shades like mauve and aquamarine. Contrastingly, Lucas Hedges grabbed the bright blue crayon.

It’s as though he’s working with a starter box of just 10 crayons. For his Oscar-nominated performance, Michael Shannon was using crayons from the giant crayon box, like Viola Davis and Viggo Mortensen.

Aura Reading Movie Review

Belly Chakra Databank for Creativity

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

3 inches. Nearly shut down.

Although Hedges shows spontaneity, that isn’t exactly the same thing as deliberate creativity.

While he’s still so young, his age might explain this. Possibly. Since it can take a while to wake up creativity.

Many an adult hasn’t woken up much creativity, either. Although, of course, everybody has a gift of the soul for the Creativity chakra databank. And self-actualized people use creativity abundantly.

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading as Patrick Chandler

3 inches. Nearly shut down.

Acting adds a slight nuance to this character’s way of having his creativity shut down.

Seems as if, while shooting the scene, the actor is thinking hard: “My character can’t be creative. He’s too disgusted.”


Chakra Databank Change Points: 0

Look, I could award 1/16th of a point. But why bother?

It’s back to the bright blue crayon for Mr. Hedges.

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Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Sharing Power in Relationships

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

3 inches. Nearly in shutdown.

Curiously passive, especially for a young person! Seems as if Lucas Hedges barely registers what people say and do.

Within him, maybe he’s a keen observer of humanity.

Except oops! Sure doesn’t show when I research this third chakra databank in a row. So far, he seems like a healthy young human animal. That’s about it.

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading as Patrick Chandler

2 inches. Nearly in shutdown.

Golly, Blog-Buddies. I’m tempted to copy-and-paste from the last performance chakra databank I’ve read.

How come?

The big nuance here is a whiny, “I can’t use my power. It’s because I’m so disgusted.”

Chakra Databank Change Points: 0

Personally, this aura reader is beginning to wonder. Call this acting or call this schtick?

Will I find anything other than bright blue crayon of teenage disgust?

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Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Self-Awareness

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

2 inches. Nearly shut-down.

Physical intelligence — finally I’ve found something noteworthy about Lucas Hedges.

Granted, it’s a bit peculiar. Can emotional self-awareness show mostly as physical intelligence? Sure can. And for him, that’s the deal.

Evidently Lucas Hedges is blessed with a great deal of physical intelligence. This may help explain his success as an actor. Because physical intelligence allows him to project emotions and mental activity.

How? Through face and body language.

Athletes need physical intelligence, as do actors.

Most noteworthy, what does it mean, finding physical intelligence here as the biggest deal about the actor? Moreover, finding it here, in Lucas Hedges’s Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Self-Awareness!

Probably it’s a kind of trick he has learned, like a dog that has learned to roll over or beg. Lucas Hedges can do the show business trick of seeming to feel an emotion.

However, he doesn’t feel it. Rather, he shows it.

Technical note from this Aura Reading Film Critic. Wearing her different hat, as facilitator of Energy HEALING with sessions of RES.

This kind of confusion with a chakra databank doesn’t have to stay a problem. Causing it? Just STUFF stuck in a person’s aura. I’ve helped plenty of people regain a healthy degree of emotional self-awareness. Any RES expert can help with this.

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading as Patrick Chandler

2 inches. Nearly shut-down.

“Poor me,” whines this chakra databank. “I’m disgusted. And I know it.”

Chakra Databank Change Points: 0

So sorry, GILLIAN, and all other fans of this performance.

Thus far, I’m really not impressed.

Aura Reading Movie Review

Throat Chakra Databank for Verbal Integrity

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

1/8 inch. Flatlines!

When it comes to speaking up for himself, Lucas Hedges isn’t interested.

Frankly, I’ve seldom read the aura of a person so inwardly blank.

Why could his aura suggest that the young man is like this? To be blunt — sorry to say — he’s almost unbelievably beige, blah. Halfway there.

  • This be happening for several reasons, including medication.
  • Alternatively, Lucas could be a very specialized individual who engages so passionately in observing others… So busy observing that he has little interest in being himself.

Given this personal blah-ness, I’m exceptionally curious about researching the actor (as himself) in the next chakra databank.

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading as Patrick Chandler

1/8 inch. In shutdown.

Can you guess, Blog-Buddies?

Energetically, this is one more variation on what the actor already has on his own.

The character’s version reads, to me, like, “I’m so disgusted in my teenage angsty sort of way. What’s the point of telling the truth?”

Chakra Databank Change Points: 0

Seldom have I read an Oscar-nominated performance that was this tediously one-note.

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High Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill

(Expressing His Soul in Everyday Life)

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading

90 miles. Over-functioning.

This chakra databank is filled with delight, and even a Divine blessing. Clearly, the photo used as a basis for this aura reading occurs at a prestigious event. What actor wouldn’t be thrilled?

Beyond that, what else? Specifically, what do I find when researching Lucas Hedges’s soul thrill?

At this time, he’s enormously validated and joyful about being an actor.

Possibly, he’s a bit like his co-star Casey Affleck. When doing the Casey Affleck Movie Review, I was stunned by the degree of Affleck’s self-absorption. (Evidently undertaken so that Affleck can BE AN A*C*T*O*R.)

Both men’s auras suggest that they are way out of whack. But in a way that works for them as actors. Fascinating!

Lucas Hedges Aura Reading as Patrick Chandler

90 miles. Over-functioning.

Oh, reading this I laughed out loud. Not quite rolling on the floor laughing, but tempted. Since here’s what shows in this Soul Thrill chakra databank:

“Wow, I’m in a movie! I’m being filmed! Look at me, everyone!”

And thus the actor’s soul exults. Or, should I say? The character’s soul.

Chakra Databank Change Points: 0

Many a movie viewer can identify with the actor’s desire to be important. So many extraverts, and even many an introvert, feels that desire. Especially in our era of reality TV and celebrities who are “famous for being famous.”

Given that cultural encouragement, who doesn’t want to become the center of attention, maybe gain fame?

It’s only human. But when this lights up in the young actor’s aura, the undisguised zeal contrasts strongly with his lack of interest in other people. Except to portray them.

In Conclusion, with total Chakra Databank Change Points

1 out of 5

My apologies, again, to all who enjoyed Lucas Hedges’ performance.

Acting is show business, after all. Most noteworthy, this actor has considerable physical intelligence. Consequently he might have delivered a highly expressive performance… on a mainly physical level.

As a result, that could be all you need to have a powerful experience while watching the show. For that, thank your mirror neurons.

More important to this movie fan, however, is the aspect of auric modeling. When an actor wins a large set of Chakra Change Points, the energetic impact of a performance is altogether different from what is delivered by the likes of Lucas Hedges.

Impact! Along the lines of the Greek ideal of catharsis.

It can ennoble you to entrain with an artfully constructed character. Opposite to the “Color me bright blue” impact of a one-note performance, energetically!

Nonetheless, it can be refreshing to watch a movie character deliver a performance that is astrally vivid. Carring an unmistakable message. Especially since Lucas Hedges was playing against the highly nuanced, mega-misery-exploring energetic modeling of Casey Affleck.

Perhaps you remember from my aura reading movie review of Casey. Sadly, I didn’t find that he won even one Chakra Change Point. Instead, the leading man spread around his usual, specialized, complicated discontent.

By contrast, Lucas sent out a clearer signal, which might have seemed refreshing by contrast.

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.

Want to learn more about the sequence of research I used? See this Aura Reading Film Critique blog post.

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

Can you learn to read auras? Of course! Here’s a book to get you started.

What else? Incidentally, for 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.

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  1. 1
    Gillian says:

    Thank you for this reading, Rose.

    I’m delighted and appalled at the same time…! Delighted to have won (Me? Won? Wow. That tickled me :-)) – but, oh dear!

  2. 2
    Gillian says:

    Reflecting on it, I can well see the truth of your suggestion that Lucas Hedges appeared to be shining brightly because of playing alongside Casey Affleck.

    Oh well. Let’s hope he brightens up from the inside in time.

    Thanks again for researching him.

  3. 3
    Zofia says:

    How underwhelming!

  4. 4
    Zofia says:

    Do you think he’s always like this? I know that I can have a “general shutdown”, but then I find the energy to say to myself “no Zofia, you have to live!” and I try to drum up some enthusiasm for something.

  5. 5
    Zofia says:

    Also, it’s interesting that you say that it takes time for people to wake up their creativity.

    Culturally, people see creativity as a young person’s game.

    But I guess high energy levels can be mistaken for true creativity. What do folks think?

  6. 6
    Zofia says:

    btw, I’m thinking that you can have intellectual growth without creativity… though those two can get muddled also.

    My personal goal is to finally get intellectual growth and creativity firing together.

  7. 7
    Zofia says:

    Thanks again for the effort you put into your blog, Rose, and sharing your wisdom.

    It’s like BBC 4’s thought of the day, but much better! Always appreciated.

  8. 8
    Isabella C. says:


    What’s been brought up about creativity has me fascinated, too.

  9. 9
    Rose Rosetree says:

    It’s good to hear from you Blog-Buddies.

    All I meant about creativity blossoming in young people is that — like any of our gifts of the soul — it can take a while before we figure out how to plug it in…

  10. 10
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Into LIFE.

  11. 11
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Ooh, I think I’m feeling the start of a new contest… haha. Check back at the blog next week, you creative people.

    This is Oscar week, so I’m aiming to do at least one more aura reading movie review before Sunday night.

  12. 12
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Also, aura reading volunteers are welcome to guest post.

    Just email me before you start so that I can avoid duplicated effort.

    Where to email me? Don’t call it Oscar-Aura-Reviewer@anything. Because there’s no such email. 😉

    Go for

  13. 13
    Zofia says:

    Yes, that s what i understood. But that still goes against the you re born with it or not way people think about creativity.

    Or talent in general.

    Anyway, that s a whole thing…

  14. 14
    Rose Rosetree says:

    It is a whole thing. Now that icky thing is becoming a blog post this very day, ZOFIA.

    Thanks for reminding me of this pathetic Age of Faith idea.

  15. 15
    Zofia says:

    Lol. It is pathetic!

  16. 16
    Zofia says:

    Oh man, I had an interview today where I tried to show my creative approach to data analysis.

    I think I confused the living beejeezus out of the interview panel. Lol.

  17. 17
    Zofia says:

    So yeah, there’s a whole process in learning how to use your creativity, and another one in learning how to communicate and integrate it.

    It takes a bit of courage and a willingness to look a bit daft.

  18. 18
    Sommer says:

    bookmarked!!, I love your website!

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