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Spiritual Academy Award Readings

Spiritual Academy Award Readings. How do they work? Which actors would you most like me to research?

Spiritual Academy Award Readings. What’s spiritual about reading auras of actors nominated for the Oscars?

Absolutely, you’ll learn how I do these special aura readings.

Today’s post also gives you a chance to let me know which Aura Reading Movie Reviews you’d like me to do this year.

But first, let’s probe the business of “show.” As in,There’s no business like showing people the truth.

How Spiritual Are Movies, Anyway?

Exhibit A: Nathan Lane’s performance of America’s classic show biz song. Which begins, incidentally, with a startlingly melancholy flavor. (Blog Buddies, to hear and see this, just click on the first link in today’s post.)

Listening to Nathan Lane, surprise! Today’s the first time I listened carefully to the lyrics in “There’s No Business Like Show Business.” Spiritually speaking, the song celebrates how the performing profession has two draws:

  1. Supposedly it’s better than other kinds of work because you get applauded.
  2. And the “great” thing about show people is that they conceal their real emotions. As in, “They smile when they are low.” A bit in the spirit of this recent blog post.

Euwww. No wonder many strongly spiritual people despise all movies. Unless, perhaps, the theme is Biblical. Or otherwise the topic counts as “officially spiritual.”

And yet…

Spiritual Academy Award Readings Are About Showing the Truth

Because the best movies do show you the truth.

The truth about Earth School. (To share my spiritual name for this place. Sometimes I also like to call this place “The Learning Planet.” But “Earth School” is shorter.)

Seems to me, Earth School is an amazing Divine creation. Expressly made for powerful spiritual learning. A place where we can’t help but evolve spiritually. One good deed at a time. One spiritual awakening at a time.

Spiritual Academy Award Readings Use Energetic Literacy

Because what could be more spiritual than reading actors at a celestial level? Of course, that’s what I’ll explore in these aura readings. The astral or celestial or psychic level within each performer.

Using precision energetic literacy skills to compare each actor in role. Versus the actor just being himself or herself.

Especially important? Doing those readings with spiritual-type aura reading skills. Co-created with Divine help. Researching with Stage Three Energetic Literacy… or more. In contrast to psychic readings.

You know, Blog-Buddies, I have a hunch that 2018 is the year when many truth seekers will make a switch. From psychic development to spiritual growth.

Spiritual Academy Award Readings Explore Any Good Movie

At least any movie without gratuitous violence or otherwise flunking my personal Icky Test. (Such as “I, Tonya.” Geesh, turning Tonya Harding into a sympathetic victim? No flick for me!)

Most Oscar-nominated movies help with personal growth. Gaining wisdom. Modeling characters who learn to act in integrity.

Or else plots that feature “failed experiments.” Still educational, those. Because Earth School is designed to help us to learn from consequences.

Because spirituality is caught, not taught. Such as through our auric modeling.

And our greatest inspirations at Earth School don’t necessarily come from clergy or comparative religion experts or, even bloggers like me. Every day, each of us can take spiritual inspiration where we find it.

Still skeptical that movies without religious or spiritual themes could count as “spiritual”?

Here’s this blog post’s Exhibit B. The RES Enlightenment Life List. Just read through the list of folks on that list about spiritual self-realization. How many of them do officially “spiritual” work?

Aura Reading Movie Reviews — How Do They Work?

I start with a photo of the actor in the nominated role. And read a nice, juicy set of chakra databanks.

Then I read a photo of the actor just posed in a photo. Not playing any role, other than “Being the big-deal, important actor.” And then read exactly the same set of chakra databanks.

Following that, I award a Chakra Databank Change Point. Or not.

Because great performances do change an aura all the way through to the subconscious level. The psychic-level portion of an aura that shows in chakra databanks.

Then I’ll add a conclusion. That straightforward!

Want to see some aura reading movie reviews in advance of our new batch for 2018? For examples galore, click here.

Aura Reading Movie Reviews — Do Your Own!

Of course, you can do your own aura reading movie reviews. All you need is curiosity and maybe a desire to smash through life’s illusions here at Earth School. 😉

Plus, of course, you’ll need skills. Stage Three Energetic Literacy. So that you can read auras from ordinary photographs. (As well as reading your own aura and other people’s auras live. No photos or red carpet necessary.)

Want to learn how? Definitely, you can learn to read auras. Effortlessly and fluently. Just as you’re now using word literacy to read this blog. These on-demand workshops can give you awesome skills for energetic literacy

Incidentally, based on what I’ve been reading in the interactive Forums at those workshops, hooray! The aura reading workshops turn out to be very helpful for personal growth and spiritual evolution.

Aura Reading Movie Reviews. Your Choices, Please

Please, let me know which Oscar-nominated actors you most want to learn about.

Use the comments box below to name any best actor, best actress, supporting actor, or supporting actress. Find all nominees here.

Also, make it personal, please. Let us know why you’re curious. Why you care.

Thanks in advance for your nominations. Looking forward to doing as many of them as feasible, in advance of the Academy Awards Ceremony. Will the 2018 aura reading movie reviews show the best group of performances yet?

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  1. 1
    Evolving says:

    Movies and celebrities have a significant influence on people, what better way to spread a message.

    I’d rather have a lot of spiritual folks making movies than a few. Same with politics.

  2. 2
    Evolving says:

    I really don’t want to see another bible story, I want to see attention drawn to the numerous social injustices and issues we face on earth.

  3. 3
    Ethan says:

    Hi Rose-I always look forward to Oscar time and your Aura Readings.

    So here we go-I’d be so curious to know what makes Sam Rockwell tick. I have been a fan since his movie Box of Moonlight (1996).

  4. 4
    Ethan says:

    He is never the leading man but in his acting roles he is always instantly noticeable.

    He always seems to be the “one to watch” and tends to play oddballs and outsiders. He is also a really good dancer.

    I wonder from his aura what we could learn about his talent and charm for acting. Is there a reason he isn’t more popular? I’m curious!

  5. 5

    ETHAN, thank you for the first suggestion in this thread of Academy Award Aura Readings 2017.

    Your last question I can answer right away. A theoretical answer. When an actor is great, just great, but doesn’t manage to be an A-lister… It’s. About. Karma.

    People have to have some pretty special karma to make it to A-lists.

  6. 6
    Ethan says:

    Ah yes..Karma. Makes sense.

    Well at least we can see what truth lies within Sam Rockwell’s aura and we can see how he is doing in the Age of Awakening:)

  7. 7
    Kathleen says:

    I’d like to nominate Daniel Kaluuya, who starred in Get Out.

    I haven’t seen the movie, as I don’t like horror movies at all.

    I was interested to see him nominated for an Oscar for his first big movie role, and for a horror movie.

    This seems like an unusual combination, so I’d like to find out what made his performance stand out.

  8. 8
    Didi says:

    If it wasn’t for your understandable dislike of ‘I, Tonya’, my first choice would be to nominate Margot Robbie.

    She has a lot of screen presence, and I have been curous about what is going on with her aura-wise.

  9. 9
    Didi says:

    Since that isn’t an option, I nominate Timothee Chalamet(Call Me By Your Name).

    He pulls off his roles well, and his characters are likeable. While in interviews he comes off as awkward, fidgety, and borderline annoying.

    I would love to read about the difference between his normal aura and his aura when in character.

  10. 10
    Louisa says:

    I’d like to nominate Armie Hammer from Call Me By Your Name.

    In the film, he is a supporting character to the main character played by Timothy Chalamet.

    It is essentially the coming of age story of Timothy Chalamet’s character Elio and his first love affair, with Armie Hammer’s Oliver.

  11. 11
    Louisa says:

    The film begins with Oliver essentially an object of desire with a performative masculinity (to pass in an era that was not as accepting as our own) and ends revealing a nuanced, vulnerable man with a complex inner life.

    The ending of the film is famously emotionally affecting and rightfully so, as we leave off with a beautifully acted scene featuring Timothee Chalamet… but it was Oliver’s story that really moved me.

  12. 12
    Louisa says:

    Armie Hammer intrigues me as an actor, because it seems for most of his career he has been ploughing away towards better roles but essentially cast as archetypes that rely on his good looks.

    While his physicality certainly is essential to the appeal of Oliver in CMBYN, there is so much nuance and beauty to this role that he really seems to have finally hit his stride.

  13. 13
    Louisa says:

    And I’m always intrigued by actors who defy the shallow perceptions of their looks and am excited to see what comes next for Armie Hammer.

  14. 14
    Louisa says:

    Unfortunately thought Armie Hammer was nominated for a Golden Globe, he wasn’t nominated for an Academy Award so I guess my suggestion isn’t valid.

    However if you want to do bonus people I think he’d be a great feature 🙂

  15. 15
    Ethan says:

    I would like to nominate Sally Hawkins, the star of the movie The Shape of Water. for an aura reading.

    I finally was able to see this movie and I really enjoyed her acting.

    She plays a mute, isolated woman who develops a unique bond with a mysterious creature. She used body language very well and had a strong physical performance of the mute role.

  16. 16

    First in our set of Aura Reading Movie Reviews this year, Sam Rockwell.

    Nominated by ETHAN in Comments #3-4. See how the long-term character actor scored in Aura Change Points!

  17. 17

    Next, Blog-Buddies, I’ve done an Aura Reading Movie Review on Daniel Kaluuya, nominated by KATHLEEN in Comment #7.

    Quite a contrasting score for Aura Change Points compared to my first aura reading of this kind in 2018!

    Count this as Aura Reading Movie Review in 2018 #2.

  18. 18

    Did you know that, over the years, I’ve done dozens of aura reading movie reviews? Several were done for the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper. I can’t share them with you (the downside of my 1,000+ media interviews).

    But mostly I’ve been doing these articles just here at “Deeper Perception Made Practical.” Supplemented on occasion by guest posts from some of you Blog-Buddies.

    Here’s your link to the leading edge in film criticism for The Age of Awakening: Best Aura Reading Movie Reviews.

  19. 19

    Fresh as the cute young French-American nominee himself, here’s a link to my just published Timothée Chalamet Aura Reading Movie Review.

    Count this as Aura Reading Movie Review in 2018 #3.

  20. 20
    Isabella C. says:

    Hi Rose,

    I’d like to nominate Laurie Metcalf. I thought her performance in Lady Bird was stunning. I’m very curious what aura reading will reveal about Laurie and about Lady Bird’s mother. 🙂

  21. 21
    Kylie says:

    [Posted elsewhere but relevant here as well.] I also think it would be very interesting to learn more about Laurie Metcalf. Both women’s performances were so dynamic and real.

  22. 22
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Blog-Buddies, here’s a link to my rave Aura Reading Movie Review of Saoirse Ronan’s performance in “Lady Bird.”

    According to my research, this performance even surpassed the excellence of Sam Rockwell’s magnificent work in “Three Billboards.”

    Count this as Aura Reading Movie Review in 2018 #4.

  23. 23

    Following this, I’ve researched an Aura Reading Movie Review of Saoirse Ronan’s costar in “Lady Bird,” Laurie Metcalf. Which actress do you think is, personally, more complicated?

    Here’s the energetic literacy-style movie review.

    Count this as Aura Reading Movie Review in 2018 #5.

  24. 24

    Sally Hawkins has her turn, starring in an Aura Reading Movie Review for her role in “The Shape of Water.” Impressive?

  25. 25

    Gary Oldman starred in my very favorite performance yet, this Oscar season.

    Absolutely magnificent! Check out this Aura Reading Movie Review!

  26. 26

    Soon this year’s Academy Award research will be done. Personally, 2018 was a lousy year for movies I wanted to see. By now, my list includes just “Lady Bird” and “Darkest Hour.”

    Maybe you haven’t seen too many of this year’s nominated films, either.

    Yet I am still taking suggestions for an Aura Reading Movie Review tomorrow. Profiling another one of the nominees. So let me know which actor or actress interests you most. This is a rare opportunity — even better odds than a contest here — for me to do a free, in-depth aura reading here at the blog.

  27. 27
    Ethan says:

    I’d like to nominate Richard Jenkins from Shape of Water.

    A critic wrote that “Richard Jenkins gives an absolutely magnificent performance as Giles, Elisa’s friend and next door neighbor. Giles is at once both pathetic and defiant, ferocious and forlorn. Jenkins is a consistently fantastic actor and his work as Giles is a testament to his extraordinary talent, skill and commitment to craft.”

  28. 28
    Ethan says:

    I wonder what Aura Reading would show about his talent in that role.

  29. 29

    ETHAN, you’ve got it. This will be my final Aura Reading Movie Review for 2018.

    I’ll squeeze it in this week, before the Oscars on Sunday, March 4.

    Before then, though, I want to do a blog post in response to a kind of anguish that a new client recently brought to his session. And he’s not the only one to worry about this problem….

  30. 30

    Yes, today Richard Jenkins takes a bow. With the final Aura Reading Movie Review of 2018.

    Which of these was your favorite?

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