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Cary Grant Charm

Cary Grant Charm. Let’s have fun exploring the aura of this mega-charming actor.

Cary Grant Charm. After all that money-focused aura reading, enough already! Let’s turn to another emphasis for aura reading: Charm.

Blog-Buddies, do you remember. Three years ago, we did a bunch of blog posts (and great comments from you’ all) about charm. Started a Charm Wiki, aura-reading-style. (See the bottom of this post for six more glowing examples.)

Here’s a current event question, though.

Have You Given Up On Charm?

These days, charm is strikingly absent from public life in America. Yet charm has not vanished forever. Here’s to a resurgence!

Because the U.S.A. is still a good country. Inhabited by good people. Caring people. (Aiming to fan that flame, I do the “Truth Light” Technique regularly. If you like, you can too.)

Recently, I’ve been reading an inspiring book on a friend’s recommendation: “The Art of Grace” by Sarah Kaufman, dance critic for The Washington Post. Repeatedly she lauds Cary Grant as a supremely graceful actor.

I’m so convinced! That’s why I can’t wait to research him with energetic literacy. And then to share this aura reading with you. 🙂

In case you’d like to take a look at the amazingly coordinated actor, here’s a sample of Cary Grant Charm.

Which photo will I use for this aura reading? Here’s a great photo that displays, even on the surface, the exceptional Cary Grant Charm.

Would you like to explore more about how I do an aura reading for charm? There was your link! And here we go, trying to be as swift and suave as Cary Grant’s back flip in the final scene of “Holiday.”

Cary Grant Charm. Root Chakra Databank for Expecting to Receive Respect from Others

Symbolic Size

40 feet. Within average range for the big-auraed bloke.


By this time in his career, Cary Grant has learned to deal. It’s as though he’s standing waist-deep in the ocean while huge waves threaten to knock him over.

To his credit, Cary Grant doesn’t live for fame. Remembering his humanity helps. Long-term athletic training helps. Perhaps also, a personal insistence on remaining human in his sense of self!

Staying human, no matter how much he’s respected? That’s such an inspiration. And also a secret of his charm.

Noted for contrast: Among the six celebs listed at the bottom of today’s post, sad news. Both Jimmy Fallon and Tom Hiddleston are now in extreme spiritual addiction. I remember watching Fallon’s “The Late Show” before he slipped entirely off my Enlightenment Life List.

Interview after interview consisted of him with some celeb or other, telling little self-congratulatory stories. Where the subtext… Seemed to me… went “We’re so rich and famous and good looking. Ooooh!”

Entertaining? Hardly. I found it revolting.

Living now, that’s a slippery slope. Cary Grant wasn’t flawless. And I suspect all his chakra databanks won’t be doing as well as this one. However, this first chakra databank has set a certain tone. Despite mega-star fame, Cary Grant has humility and humanity.

Cary Grant Charm. Belly Chakra Databank for Spontaneous Self-Expression

Symbolic Size

3 feet. Under-functioning.


Tightly controlled. Evidently Cary Grant has got an image to curate and protect.

Another kind of control is evident too. With his athlete’s body, how does Cary Grant express himself physically? Not spontaneously. Purposefully!

Cary Grant Charm. Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Flow of Thought During Conflict

Symbolic Size

80 feet. Over-functioning, somewhat.


Oh yes, this man has a temper. It runs big. It runs hot.

However Cary Grant has learned how to hold that strong emotional reaction steady. Will he speak the hot-headed words that first come to mind? No, generally he won’t.

Cary Grant Charm. Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Self-Confidence

Symbolic Size

80 feet. Over-functioning, somewhat.


Privately, Cary Grant does have a high opinion of himself. He does what he can to avoid crossing the line into arrogance.

Cary Grant Charm. Heart Chakra Databank for Self-Esteem

Symbolic Size

4 inches. Under-functioning.


Does this make sense, any sense at all? Why would such a certified charmer (and all-around super-successful guy) not feel great about himself?

Cary Grant version of stuckness is old. Something he hasn’t overcome yet, and doesn’t know how to get past. Old hurts still fester.

To his credit, resentment isn’t there. Nor a desire for a revenge. Just terrible old STUFF.

Cary Grant Charm. Throat Chakra Databank for Communication to Gain Popularity

Symbolic Size

Out-to-the moon. Not over-functioning, not for a movie star. Not at a photo shoot.


Most mortals lack that degree of charisma. Cary Grant, though? He makes it seem easy, winning popularity. Through his speech. Through his nonverbal communication.

Well, for him, it is pretty easy. Because this charisma is a gift for this lifetime. And he uses it so beautifully!

Not exactly taking credit for how he impacts people. Not a single chakra databank I’ve read suggests a swelled head.

Cary Grant works hard. Including the hidden kinds of work that make all the other diligence appear… effortless.

Cary Grant Charm. Third Eye Chakra Databank for Spiritual Self-Confidence

Meaning, support for ideas like this: “I am evolving no matter what happens with my multiple marriages, box office ups and downs, etc.”

Symbolic Size

2 inches. Nearly shut-down


Bless his sweet soul, wherever “Cary Grant” is now. Spiritually he doesn’t feel well connected to God. Nor does he feel worthy of a big connection.

No bitterness there. Rather, a quiet kind of acceptance. Here’s how I’d sum up the quality of this chakra databank: “Other people treat me like such an important man. But where it counts most, my relationships break. And there’s not much I can do about that than carrying on, doing my best.”


In Conclusion

Although Cary Grant seems like an effortless charmer, what was he really? Both highly disciplined, well trained, and hard-working.

Sarah Kaufman got it exactly right on. Every reference to the screen hero in her book on “The Art of Grace” is spot on. Thanks so much for your wonderful work, Sarah Kaufman!

More Charmers. Just In Case You’re Curious

Here follow links to other aura readings I’ve done as part of our Charm Wiki.


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  1. 1
    Christine says:

    I love everything you write about charm Rose.

    I find it so fascinating and also personally helpful as I am a charmer and am still not entirely sure what to do with the gift of it.

  2. 2
    Christine says:

    I like to read about how others have dealt with having a lot of it.

    The older I get the more attractive I seem to become, I’m not talking about physical beauty when I write that, it’s just the charm.

  3. 3
    Christine says:

    It shines more and more and it’s still a bit of a puzzle to me!

    So thank you for all your wonderful readings about it.

  4. 4
    Rose Rosetree says:

    CHRISTINE, what a wonderful question to have.

    Inadvertently, though, you’ve given an example of the limits of a blog. Compared to having a personal session by phone.

    Gathering clues from blog posts about other people is a pretty indirect and ineffective way of addressing your situation. Please consider treating yourself to an RES session.

  5. 5
    Kylie says:

    What a treat! At first I was confused to read that he has high confidence, but low self-esteem.

    Then I realized that in fact they are different.

    He might have total confidence in his abilities and talents and still not feel loved/loveable.

  6. 6
    Kylie says:

    This reading of him only makes me like him more.

    I loved him in all of the Hitchcock films.

  7. 7
    Leo says:

    It’s becoming increasingly obvious to me and maybe others that money + fame + adulation rarely = happiness.

    The illusions are thick on earth, and it’s easy to veer off in one way or another. Though it seems Carey Grant maintained an honorable balance in his life, something increasingly rare for A-listers.

  8. 8
    Emily T says:

    Oh yay I love this serious, and what a great time to revisit the other blog posts too.

  9. 9
    Sophie G. says:

    I loved this reading 🙂

  10. 10
    Liane says:

    Seems like Cary Grant was a gentleman. He curbed his temper and his arrogance.

    Keeping his human-ness a little on the humble side.

    Doing a mentle list of all the men I know who are gentlemen, well, it’s a short list. Mr. Grant is still an inspiration.

  11. 11
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Oh, LIANE, without naming names, you might find quite a few real gentlemen here at this blog.

  12. 12
    Anonymously Anonymous says:

    Thank you, Rose, what a fascinating post.

  13. 13
    Valerie says:

    What a lovely reading this was Rose, and what a sweetheart. It’s wonderful that he maintained his humanness, and some humility. Who’d have ever thought that he had old hurts?

    It’s sad to me that he didn’t feel well connected to God. It always amazes me the information that can be found in the databanks. I’m so thankful for RES.

  14. 14
    Lindsey says:

    One of my favorites! I had such a crush on him when I was a kid watching his old movies…thanks!

    This was interesting indeed!

  15. 15
    Christine says:

    That’s a good idea Rose, thank you.

  16. 16
    Morgan says:

    Rose – could you explain the statement “Because this charisma is a gift for this lifetime”.

    Does this mean a spiritual gift in certain chakras are and always will be strong in comparison to people born without a gift a charisma?

    For the rest of us, charisma is something we have to work to acquire versus people born with charisma get to choose how they use the gift?

  17. 17
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Excellent question, MORGAN. I’ll aim to respond in my next blog article. 🙂

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