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Walt Disney's Aura. A Making Money Profile

Walt Disney's Aura

Walt Disney’s Aura — Thanks to how he used the talents there, Disney still brings us wonder.

Walt Disney’s aura must have been something! His success is undeniable. But back in the day, who had the aura reading skills to tell?

Well, today we’ve got energetic literacy. Let’s investigate Walt Disney’s money making-related chakra databanks.

I’m curious, especially, about any characteristics that signalled his entrepreneurial talent. Because the man wasn’t just one of the pioneer cartooners.

Have You Been to His House?

Although deceased, the man still has homes in California, Florida, France, and Japan. Rather large homes, bustling with rides.

Can you count all the times, as a kid, you sprawled on your belly in front of the TV? Watching watch cartoons with Mickey and all that gang.

Or you went out to see movies like “Pinnochio” (my first movie, ever) to “The Lion King” to “Frozen.” In a way, when you’ve watched movies like these, you were in his own living room, practically friends with that Walter Disney.

Reading Walt Disney’s Aura Is First Prize

Thank you, JULIE. She’s the winner of our Money Happy Contest.

In her entry, she wrote:

I’d like to nominate Walt Disney, the creator of so many cartoon characters and animated films. I’d be fascinated to learn about his relationship with money. And how someone with so much imagination was able to successfully navigate the business world.

He pioneered his own ideas and was a self-made man. He went from standing with his little sister outside the gates of a local amusement park. Unable to afford to go in. To creating his  own amusement park, Disneyland.

I’m impressed by the long arc of innovation in his career. And how he didn’t rest on past achievements. Even after he was very famous. He continued to take risks. To bankroll new projects. (Some that were widely predicted to fail…until they were huge successes).

Well, here we go. Walt Disneys aura stars in today’s Making Money Profile. Using Walt Disney’s Aura Photo. (As you may know, what happens once you learn energetic literacy? Every photograph becomes an aura photo.)

#1. Walt Disney’s Aura. Root Chakra Databank for Earning Money

Symbolic Size

80 feet. A bit over-functioning.


Making money matters a lot, evidently. Hello! You’ll find that a lot in survivors of the Depression.

One of the details I remember from reading a biography of Disney: For dinner, he’d eat beans straight out of a can.

What isn’t common for members of Walt Disney’s cohort? The determination.

This chakra databank has a kind of premise: Fierce, controlled, well-hidden determination to make money.

#2. Walt Disney’s Aura. Root Chakra Databank for Saving Money

Symbolic Size

50 feet. Over-functioning.


Evidently Walt Disney does care about saving money, and tries his best.

But this chakra databank also reveals a sense of disappointment. And mild trepidation. As if he’s suffered financial losses along the way and expects them to inevitably happen again.

#3. Walt Disney’s Aura. Root Chakra Databank for Personality at Work

Symbolic Size

18 feet. Normal range.


Analytical intelligence. Exceptional focus. Structures projects, then works really hard on each one.

#4. Walt Disney’s Aura. Root Chakra Databank for Personality PROJECTED at Work

Symbolic Size

90 feet. Over-functioning.


By the time of this photograph Walt Disney has learned how to lay down some charm. It’s like a cross between Cary Grant and Everyman.

Simply a kind of costume….

#5. Walt Disney’s Aura. Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Self-Confidence at Work

Symbolic Size

4 feet.


Too busy working and accomplishing to care very much about confidence.

Either you get the job done or you don’t. Walt Disney works really, really hard. And he gets the job done (whether feeling comfortable or not).

#6. Walt Disney’s Aura. Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Handling Conflict at Work

Symbolic Size

3 inches. Under-functioning


Seems to me, Walt Disney really dislikes conflict.

He finds it hard enough to work with other people. Or manage them. Or negotiate with them. Scar tissue in this chakra databank suggests that Walt Disney has learned to do all of this competently. But this sure isn’t what he loves.

And I doubt he would have made his fortune at this. Rather he has learned to handle conflict in order to support his creative vision.

#7. Walt Disney’s Aura. Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Intelligence at Work

Symbolic Size

1 inch.


The man isn’t about emotions. He may create products that move people’s emotions, or entertains.

Reminds me of something I’ve read. How the most skilled comedians don’t really laugh at jokes. Not by they time they become real professionals.

#8. Walt Disney’s Aura. Throat Chakra Databank for Communication at Work

Symbolic Size

25 feet. Normal functioning.


Walt Disney knows how to present himself appropriately. Plus, as shown in one of the previous databanks, he has learned a bit about how to turn on the charm.

#9. Walt Disney’s Aura. Third Eye Chakra Databank for Awareness of Your Human Life

Symbolic Size

80 feet. Over-functioning.


Surprisingly, this very adult, hard-working man possesses a childlike love of life. The human spills and thrills, the tastes and smells, the raucous adventure of everyday life.

Really, what shows in ths chakra databank reminds me of the photo I chose to share with you at the top of this post.

#10. Walt Disney’s Aura. Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source

Symbolic Size

90 feet. Somewhat overfunctioning.


Unlike what I might have expected. Not that I make it a habit to expect a thing before reading auras. But still!

Walt Disney does have a beautiful, graced connection to God. Perhaps, though, he also feels like one of God’s less favored children. Someone who doesn’t get much attention and must do things for himself.

Some of the STUFF in this chakra databank seems to come from times when a younger Walt Disney suffered a lot. Maybe prayed for outcomes, for help. And later, not receiving that help, took it personally.

Do I find some sort of resentment of God? No, not even disappointment. Instead, there’s a sense, “I’ll have to do things on my own. No expecting miracles for me!”

In Conclusion

I’m so moved by the aura of this man of vision. Hardworking and decent. Talented but not the least bit puffed up.

Yes, I’m inspired. How about you, Blog-Buddies?

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  1. 1
    Kylie says:

    Very inspiring Rose. I’m not a huge admirer of Disney films, but I do admire his work ethic.

    This makes me curious about Hayao Miyazaki, the anime movie creator/director/artist who makes movies that move me emotionally. I’ll enter him in your other contest:-)

  2. 2
    Mel says:

    Disney learned charm? I didn’t know that was something anyone could actively go about doing.

  3. 3
    Sandra says:

    Thanks for this post, Rose. I’m a long-time fan of Disney and his legacy.

    I liked the old Disney movies, of course, but the new ones are reflecting values of the current age. Check out “Moana” for an inspiring female hero!

  4. 4
    Julie says:

    Much to admire, here. Thank you, Rose.

    A very real person, doing the best he could, to phenomenal achievement.

  5. 5
    Julie says:

    I like this description: “This very adult, hard-working man possesses a childlike love of life. The human spills and thrills, the tastes and smells, the raucous adventure of everyday life”.

    It fits how I had perceived him, although I could not have expressed it.

  6. 6
    Julie says:

    It’s refreshing that confidence wasn’t a factor; he just did the work in service to his vision.

  7. 7
    Julie says:

    Also to his credit that he did not fault an indifferent God, just went on his way regardless.

  8. 8
    Julie says:

    A fascinating reading, really fascinating.

  9. 9
    Rose Rosetree says:

    JULIE, thanks so much for sharing your reactions.

    Funnily enough, you just described every single thing that I found most inspiring about researching your nominee, Mr. Disney.

  10. 10
    Julie says:

    Thanks, Rose. I’ve really enjoyed the variety of people being read for the contest.

    It makes me glad there is such variety of inspiration available.

  11. 11
    Julie says:

    That, for each of us, there is some person or people who have an appeal.

    Whether at a certain time, or in general. Because of certain qualities that they have.

  12. 12
    Julie says:

    This reading of Disney brings me both a response of compassion and inspiration.

  13. 13
    David B says:

    Thanks Rose. When I was young, after every Sunday dinner we’d watch the Walt Disney Hour, then Ed Sullivan.

    My boys grew up with Disney videotapes. We trusted them better than broadcast TV.

  14. 14
    Jean says:

    Thank you Rose for this post.

    And thank you Julie for the nomination!

    Just watched the PBS program American Experience which featured a two part series on Mr. Disney…then came back to re-read this post.

  15. 15
    Jean says:

    Walt Disney certainly has a large impact.

    Yes David I too grew up watching the Disney Hour on Sunday nights.

  16. 16
    Jean says:

    Am grateful as always for RES skills – and to Rose for sharing this insightful aura reading.

    Sure does help this blog buddy make better sense of the world we all live in.

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