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Timothée Chalamet Aura Reading Movie Review

Timothée Chalamet Aura Aura Movie Review

Timothée Chalamet Aura Reading Movie Review. How well did the kid act?

Timothée Chalamet Aura Reading Movie Review. He’s young. He’s fresh. And most definitely cute. But how well did this cute kid perform? Was his role convincing.. all the way down to subconscious mind and aura energies?

Today’s I’ll research the French-American actor. Nominated for his starring role in “Call Me By Your Name.”

Why DIDI Nominated Him Here at the Blog

Blog-Buddy DIDI requested this aura reading here: At our main article for using energetic literacy to explore what? Academy Award-nominated performances for 2018. There I announced aura reading movie reviews for this year. In Comment #9, she wrote:

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.

Thanks for that request, DIDI. Blog-Buddies, I’m still taking requests for your faves. Because I’ll keep on doing Aura Reading Movie Reviews. Choosing them simply, in order of each nomination at this blog post. Continuing until the day before the Oscars show, Saturday, March 3.

The Nominated Role

First of all, the movie is “Call My By My Name.” Here’s the trailer.

As Elio, the actor plays a music-loving 17-year-old. While living in Italy, he who becomes enamored with Oliver: a visiting American graduate student. When is the film set? During the summer of 1983.

Why mention the date? Probably you LGBTQ Blog-Buddies — and other readers who care about gay rights — already know why. Following the history of gay rights, how easy was it to come out in the 1980s? Decidedly not.

Preparing for this Timothée Chalamet Aura Reading

New to aura reading movie reviews? Here’s some good background on aura reading. Noteworthy: to me this is a form of energetic literacy, that’s all! Quite different from what you’ve probably encountered so far about auras.

Besides that, if you’re spiritually minded, you might also want to know this optional aspect: What makes aura reading “spiritual.”

In addition, the last link takes you to an explanation of how I do aura reading movie reviews.

Breezily surveying assorted aura samples, we’ll compare one chakra databank at a time. All within the young actor’s aura.

Here’s the photo I’ll use to research the actor’s role as Elio. (He’s on the right.)

By contrast, here’s a photo of Timothée Chalamet playing himself.

Timothée Chalamet Aura. Root Chakra Databank for Connection to His Physical Body

As Elio

3 inches. Close to shut down.

Highly, uncomfortably self-conscious. Having the sense that “Everybody is looking at me.” Which, of course, is true.

Given the actor’s point of view.

About the character, however? Sigh!!!!

Well, will today’s aura reading movie research wind up like the last one? Sure hope not!

As Timothée

28 feet. Normal range.

Vanity characterizes the young actor’s connection to his own body.

Can we even guess how many times he’s been praised for how great he looks?

According to Wikipedia, Timothée Chalamet is 22 now. (Still a kid, to me.)  However, he’s been acting before cameras since he was a child.

Anybody want to estimate how many times people have complimented his appearance?

Aura Change Points

0. Granted, comparing this chakra databank in both movie roles, there’s a definite difference in size and quality.

However, Timothée Chalamet doesn’t know how to create a character. Instead, his “acting” strikes me as a giant ego-feeding. He’s doing the best he can, of course. The reason for the difference in size and quality has nothing whatsoever to portraying a character. More related to his own process as an actor.

Blog-Buddies, as usual, I’m telling it like it is. According to the information I find in his aura. No agenda one way or another, I promise. Except that I love to discover a great performance.

Timothée Chalamet Aura. Belly Chakra Databank for Sexual Self-Esteem

As Elio

2 inches. Close to shutdown.

Sigh again! What I find here reminds me why acting can be a dangerous profession. Especially for a child actor. Dangerous to personal growth.

By this stage in his life, Timothée Chalamet doesn’t have a normal, natural aura while performing. Beyond self-conscious, he’s detached. As if he’s developed “acting” skills that require watching himself. (Nonsense, of course! Acting need not involve this terrible use of consciousness.)

Bottom line, regarding this chakra databank, Timothée Chalamet is self-aware about his sexual energies. But self-aware in a bad way.

Students of Enlightenment, note: There’s a horrid trend in Enlightenment coaching these days.

Such as the “Mindfulness Meditation” fad. Whereby a person splinters off in consciousness. Purposely detaching.

This won’t bring Traditional Enlightenment any more than Age of Awakening Enlightenment. What will it bring? Inwardly, a mess.

As Timothée

90 miles. Over-functioning.

So hot! So proud of how hot he is!

Fame in this role, particularly, might have really turned his head. When you star in a movie about sex, you’re gonna risk becoming a sex object. Receiving a tremendous amount of attention as a sex object.

Aura Change Points

0. Once again, both chakra databanks are really all about the actor.

Timothée Chalamet Aura. Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Handling Conflict

As Elio

4 inches. Close to shutdown.

Simply put, what’s going on in this chakra databank? Another self-conscious mess. As if, while doing his acting job, Timothée Chalamet asks himself “deep, actorly” questions. Such as, “Now I must show feelings about handling conflict.”

As Timothée

4 inches. Close to shutdown.

Although the young actor may look fresh and innocent, guess what? His ego is massive? Namely, his sense of importance. Including superiority over others.

What does this have to do with such a closed-off chakra databank? Seems to me, Timothée Chalamet feels so important, he can make conflicts go away.

Reminds me of a story told to me about a man from Illinois who bumped into Bing Crosby. At the height of the performer’s career. The ordinary guy tried talking to him. Crosby glowered at the nerve of this ordinary man. Reportedly, he said, “Don’t you know who I am? I’m Bing Crosby.”

Aura Change Points

0 points again. Obviously. Sadly.

Timothée Chalamet Aura. Root Chakra Databank for Emotional Self-Awareness

As Elio

2 inches. Close to shutdown.

Sadly, Timothée Chalamet applies great effort to control his emotions.

Does this have anything to do with a different character, called “Elio”? Apparently not.

Instead the A.C.T.O.R. is too busy perfecting his skill. Too busy to be interested in anyone. Except for himself and how he looks.

As Timothée

80 feet. Over-functioning.

“My feelings are so important. I am a true artist.”

Aura Change Points

0. Oh, dear.

Timothée Chalamet Aura. Throat Chakra Databank for Verbal Integrity

As Elio

Wanna guess, anyone? 🙁

You’re free to do that. As the aura reader, I’m really not. Before I start up a new round of aura reading, I follow the same procedure taught in Aura 102. Where I’ve got different things to do with my consciousness. Other than spin out theories.

1/8 inch. Complete shutdown. (At least, at the time of this photograph. Not for life, thank God.)

Unfortunately, the quality of this chakra databank shows something quite different from integrity.

Misguided or not, the young actor feels that his communication ability is special now. Related to being an actor. What he says and how he says it is “Art.”

Regarding quality, here’s what I find. Just for now. And let’s remember, he’s only a kid. Still, I find a there’s a mixture of:

  • Pretentiousness, as in “I’m not only communicating as an actor. I’m communicating as a great actor.”
  • Self-aggrandizement
  • And a very high opinion of his greatness as an actor.

Oh dear! It’s so hard, paying the price for being a child actor!

As Timothée

1/8 inch. Shut down.

Aura Change Points


By the time of this photo, Timothée Chalamet has become crazy famous. Maybe that helps account for what I find in this chakra databank. From this photo where he’s posing as a highly successful young celebrity.

What predominates in this shutdown chakra databank? A sleazy sliminess, as if Timothée Chalamet is temporarily drunk on fame and power. Seems to me, he enjoys making other people dance to his tune. While his ego-driven self-importance has begun to turn towards casual ugliness.

In Conclusion

0 out of 5 Aura Change Points.

What an educational lifetime Timothée Chalamet is having! From a spiritual perspective, he’s come in with good looks and good luck. Everything he’s needed to fulfill desires about becoming a rich and famous actor.

Does he have what it takes to handle that? Time will tell. But maybe today’s aura reading provides a hint.

For us, I hope this aura reading movie review has been educational as well. When an actor says his lines and hits his marks, that does take skill. Great acting requires more. Although, in this world of illusions, do most fans have discernment about great acting? Or even the desire to gain discernment?

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  1. 1
    Leo says:

    Yikes! I have met even non-famous actors with lots of patterns around “how special am I?”

    Insufferable if you ask me.

  2. 2
    Sophie G. says:

    I wanted to watch Call Me By Your Name tonight but decided not to because of this reading.

  3. 3
    Sophie G. says:

    Waste of time, maybe.

  4. 4
    Sophie G. says:

    I was in a (not good) relationship with someone who went to acting school several years ago. ‘How special am I?’. Oh yes!

  5. 5
    Sophie G. says:

    A young woman I got to know is an actress. She thinks she is the most special and most important person on the planet.

    Whenever we met she only talked about herself. Never asked me any questions. Or only let me talk for 3 minutes, then carrying on with her own ‘special’ show.

  6. 6
    Sophie G. says:

    (So I decided not to meet her again.)

  7. 7
    Sophie G. says:

    Good looks and good luck, a bad combination maybe.

  8. 8
    Sophie G. says:

    Thank you for this reading of Timothée Chalamet.

  9. 9
    Sophie G. says:

    (I know actors who are geniune and nice too.)

  10. 10
    Didi says:

    Thank you for the reading my request!

    I guess his huge ego was what was putting me off(but I read it as annoying). When “acting” that energy isn’t as big so when compared to his normal self his characters come off as likeable(as I put it).

  11. 11
    Didi says:

    It’s a bit disappointing that two of the lead nominees didn’t really do their job.

    Sam Rockwell is the only one so far and though as an actor he did a great job, his charracter and plot in his film came across to me as racist and dismissive of issues people actually have to face.

  12. 12

    So good to hear from you, LEO, SOPHIE G, and DIDI. 🙂

    You’re feeling the fascination of this kind of aura reading research.

  13. 13

    DIDI, that Comment #10 from you strikes me as way perceptive.

    As for the idea that Timothee and Daniel weren’t doing their jobs? That idea in your Comment 11 is important for me to respond to. Most people believe that acting means giving a convincing performance, and I’ll bet that all the nominees for best actor and actress, supporting actor and actress did that. Right on the surface of life!

  14. 14

    However, the “job” of acting may also include bringing transformative truth to the movie screen. Bringing big consciousness — like some actors whose “auric modeling” proclaims that they are in Enlightenment, like Meryl Streep.

    And for us, as moviegoers who are spiritually awake and eager to learn about human possibility, there’s a more spiritual job. Optional but, to me, important: we can be ennobled by performances that score well with Aura Change Points. Especially if we see more than one movie role done by that person.

  15. 15

    This ability to transform, all the way down to the subconscious level (psychologically) and astral level (in terms of auras) — it’s important for spiritual seekers to witness that.

    Especially, seems to me, during this Age of Awakening. Since one of the significant characteristics available now for humanity is virtual reincarnation. Even without being world-class actors, many of us fast growers get to do that one.

  16. 16

    Without being world-class actors, ordinary people — like us, Blog-Buddies — we can experience one or more virtual reincarnations. Which likewise change up the quality of our chakra databanks.

    We continue to have the same gift of the soul in each chakra databank, but everything else is quite negotiable. Seems to me, there’s a mysterious connection between how we alter collective consciousness by doing this. And what these aura-transforming actors demonstrate, impacting collective consciousness.

  17. 17
    Lou says:

    Thanks for the post, Rose, this is just fascinating to read.

    I see that databanks can have a difference of say 3 inches to 28 feet but still don’t have aura change points? It does seem a change but I’m sure I’m just not understanding. Is this explained in the Aura Reading blog post and just missed it?

  18. 18

    Good question there, LOU. Good to hear from you, too.

    You’re right, I did answer that question. Admittedly, as part of a pretty long article. Look at the Root Chakra Databank read for you here. Then go to the section on Aura Change Points.

    Since your question is probably a common one — and you were the bold one to ask in a comment — I’ll go back and bold that little section. Maybe add a few words for more clarity. Let me know if this isn’t clear. Or if it is!

  19. 19
    Lou says:

    Ah so it is him changing, not a portrayal of a different character. Is that accurate?

  20. 20

    Indeed, LOU. Changes that are all about me-me-me. And how’s my acting?

  21. 21
    Didi says:

    To comment #13, Rose I guess you are right.

    Timothee pulled off his character because he is similar to his character, but I watched Get Out two times and I have did not really enjoy or appreciate the film or Daniel’s performance.

  22. 22
    Didi says:

    When watching something I don’t just look at if the actor fully realizes the role, they just have to pull it off.

    Tom Cruise doesn’t “act” but he has been entertaining in everything I have watched him in.

  23. 23
    Didi says:

    The same can be said for most of the MCU actors(a couple of whose auras you have written about), where they don’t really have to inhabit a role.

    Their “auric modeling” isn’t just pleasurable to feel and look at but actually matches their character.

  24. 24

    DIDI, I think you’re expressing this beautifully. Let’s add a layer of distinction, though, since you’re on a rol1.

    But first I gotta ask, what is an “MCU actor”? “Merely Cute Un-Actors?” Or “Makeup Can Under-perform”?

  25. 25

    In a way, DIDI, the distinction you made is the typical one between a talented actor versus someone who is merely a star. Like the idea (although not necessarily all the examples) in this article.

    By contrast, Aura Reading Movie Research goes to the quality of a particular performance. It reveals who creates a different character and who inhabits it. Sometimes you’ll even read articles here where the actor seems to have deliberately made a super-creative choice, putting together a really fascinating character and then inhabiting it.

  26. 26
    Didi says:

    I apologize for not being clearer. MCU is referring to the Marvel Cinematic Universe ,connected films adapted from Marvel Comics.

    Marvel Studios(under Disney) take casting very seriously and well known for their nearly perfect casting of their heroes.

  27. 27
    Didi says:

    You are right about the dinstinction between a “star” and a talented actor(some are both like Leonardo Dicaprio).

    The MCU cast some very talented actors but it seems most of them when filming are in “star mode” not “acting mode”.

  28. 28
    Didi says:

    Benedict Cumberbatch and Mark Ruffalo(Doctor Strange and the Hulk) are talented actors but I have a strong feeling that they lean more on their personal aura when filming.

    Tom Holland(Spider-man) is another one, he is not perfect but seems highly enthusiastic and that shows on screen.

  29. 29
    Didi says:

    I really appreciate your Aura Reading Movie reviews of the actors/actresses for several reasons. Reading the distinction between an actors reular aura and then when truly in character is fascinating

  30. 30
    Didi says:

    Another thing I wanted to mention.Your writing about the anorexic ideal(often you end up having to mention it when writing about actresses) has really helped me.

    I used to strugle with disordered eating, reading what you have written has helped me immensely and I wanted to thank you .

  31. 31
    Didi says:

    I have the understanding that though everyone should aim to eat healthy, there is no ideal body or amount of food everyone should aim for.

    People need to relearn how to listen to their body and feed it accordingly(not ignore it).

  32. 32
    Didi says:

    You have written about women(and some men) whose bodies in modern society are supposed to represent the pinnacle of health and beauty,but there is nothing healthy or beautiful about what the undereating does to an aura.

  33. 33

    Educational! Touching!

    Thanks for all you’ve written just now, DIDI.

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