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Saoirse Ronan Aura Reading Movie Review

Saoirse Ronan Aura Reading Movie Review

Saoirse Ronan Aura Reading Movie Review. And how well did the “Lady Bird” Leading Lady do, aura-wise? Hmmmmm.

Saoirse Ronan Aura Reading Movie Review. First of all, it’s her third Oscar nomination. Will she win this time? Beyond that, will this charismatic actress score top Aura Change Points?

Especially cool if you’re hooked on this application of energetic literacy… Fascinating  Saoirse is a newcomer. Delightfully new to any kind of aura reading by me or guest posters here!

Incidentally, about pronouncing that fine Irish name? While hosting “Saturday Night Live,” she advised viewers to call her SIR-sha. (My spelling of the sound.) “Rhymes with inertia.” 😉

The Nominated Role

Much as you suspect by now, Ronan is nominated for her role in “Lady Bird.” Here’s the trailer.

Here, Saoirse Ronan plays Lady Bird McPherson.  Struggling, this high school senior longs to break free from her hometown. Noteworthy, too? Much of the movie focuses on her relationship with an equally stubborn mother.

Because You Deserve to Know: Nuts & Bolts

New to aura reading movie reviews? Seems like you might enjoy reading some background on aura reading. Clearly, Blog-Buddies, this is a form of energetic literacy, that’s all! Quite different from what you’ve probably encountered so far about auras.

Right away, that makes today’s article fun. Whether you’re a film buff or you just love celebrity aura readings.

Beyond that, what if you’re spiritually minded. Maybe you’d like to saoirse-out this optional aspect: What makes aura reading “spiritual.” Aiming, in this article, to explanation why this Enlightenment Coach… does aura reading movie reviews.

Just for fun, you might want to peek at Saoirse Ronan’s YouTube here. Culled from a delightful hosting appearance on “Saturday Night Life.” Personally, that’s the first time I’ve seen this sparkler.

Back to This Year’s Oscar-Nominated Performance

And How I’ll Read the Fabulous Saoirse Ronan Aura

Systematically moving through different aura parts, we’ll compare one chakra databank at a time. Always within the actress’s aura at the time of the photograph.

  • Starting off, here’s the photo I’ll use to research her role as Lady Bird.
  • Afterwards, here’s a photo of Saoirse Ronan, playing herself. (On this occasion, she’s winning a Golden Globe for her performance in “Lady Bird.”)
  • Accordingly, I’ll be reading their auras in just that order.

Saoirse Ronan Aura. Root Chakra Databank for Expecting to Receive Respect from Others

As Lady Bird

3 inches. Nearly shut down.

Seems to me, this character’s low expectations are tied in with her sexual insecurities.

Probably you know this, Blog-Buddies. Here at Earth School, just about everyone gets clobbered.

Sooner or later. Secretly feeling weird about something other other that’s sexual.

In creating this character,  Saoirse Ronan has brought that wormy-squirmy kind of worry… Front. And. Center.

As Saoirse

Fills the room, plus two inches. Note that this symbolic size means a big flow of pushiness or charisma. Fortunately, for  Saoirse Ronan, it’s the latter.

Not only does this actress expect to be respected by others. More than that, she revels in it. Almost as if she feels she was born to be a big star.

Aura Change Points

1 brave Aura Change Point.

Seeming brave to me because it’s hard to squeeze a big, glowey presence into such a shut-down personality. All the while making that character seem both believable and sympathetic.

Saoirse Ronan Aura. Belly Chakra Databank for Using Creativity

As Lady Bird

80 feet. Somewhat over-functioning

Creativity rules. Notably, a very defiant form of creativity.

As Saoirse

Out to the moon. Extremely large!!!

Lucky Saoirse Ronan, to have such abundant creativity!

Yet that’s not easy to live with. Not necessarily.

Seems to me, whenever she doesn’t get to create something interesting… Momentarily she might feel as bereft as the character she’s playing. Only coming from the opposite direction of productivity.

Aura Change Points

1 magnificent Aura Change Point

Considering how creative Saoirse Ronan really is, how boldly she’s chosen that aspect of her character. Created that quality of creative frustration. Then inhabited it, full force. Brava!

Saoirse Ronan Aura. Solar Plexus Chakra Databank for Intellectual Growth

As Lady Bird

3 inches. Significantly under-functioning.

“I hate learning.” Clear as a bell, Lady Bird’s deep resentment rings out.

If you think about it, Blog-Buddies, doesn’t resentment follow a progression? Seems to me, that progression must grow very intense before a person (subconsciously) decides to hate learning.

Technically speaking, why mention “subconsciously.” Hey, that’s the level of the person’s aura that I’m reading. Amazing, the astral or psychic level of someone’s aura, is metaphysical language. However, from a psychological perspective, I’m reading what goes on subconsciously. Specifically, at the time of the photo or movie still.

As Saoirse

80 feet. Somewhat over-functioning

How she loves to learn! Opposite to her character’s plight. Saoirse Ronan learns constantly. Effortlessly. In a friction-less flow.

Aura Change Points

1 more amazing Aura Change Point

Saoirse Ronan Aura. Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Growth

As Lady Bird

4 inches. Complicatedly close to shut-down.

Ironically, people can feel as though they’re growing fast. While, really, they’re stuck. Granted what they feel is intense… And despite interpreting the stuckness as growth…

In my experience, this sort of stuckness isn’t unusual. Specifically, the person consciously believes that “something important” is happening emotionally. Opposite that, really. Unless you count being stuck as an education experience.

Which does count in the long run here at Earth School, I believe. Unfortunately, another term for this kind of learning is, “a failed experiment.”

As Saoirse

50 feet. Slightly over-functioning

Mighty Saoirse Ronan loves learning… on her terms. Seems to me, from reading this chakra databank, she’s an independent learner. Wildly unconventional in what she considers worth learning. Probably nothing academic has impressed her.

Nonetheless, her curiosity is awesome. Humility is part of her learning as an actress. And Humanity is her field. (In contrast to “The Humanities,” as taught in universities.)

Aura Change Points

1 more fabulous aura change point!

Saoirse Ronan Aura. Throat Chakra Databank for Communication to Gain Respect

As Lady Bird

2 inches. Also nearly completely shut down.

Once again, this character dazzles with rage. And indignation. So frustrated, she might explode. Except that she’s used to carrying this explosive inner fury.

Since this is my last time reading a chakra databank of this character… Underlying all that I’ve read about her, there’s a joyful intensity. Like:

“I’m going through this stage of hating my life. Resenting others. Overall, trying to fuel myself on hatred and teenage hormones.

“So long as I’m going through this, I’m going to do it BIG. And enjoy it.”

Lacking this zestful intensity, the character would seem unsympathetic. Even painful to watch. Opposite that, thanks to the all-out performance. Fascinating!

As Saoirse

80 feet. Probably not over-functioning, under the circumstances. Since, at the time of this photo, Saoirse Ronan appears to be making a speech. Maybe after winning a Golden Globe this year?

Certainly she’s in a very public setting. Wearing her best behavior, as if this were a costume. Adopting a certain diffidence to constrain her more typical outspoken way of speaking.

Once again, she’s playing a role. Communication-wise, she’s coming across demurely. Equally understated as her makeup.

Aura Change Points

1 final, superb, Aura Change Point

In Conclusion

Aura Change Points: 5 out of 5

What an extraordinary actress! So impressively versatile.

Here’s an example of what I like best when doing aura reading movie reviews. Because Saoirse Ronan has not only transformed herself totally in her role. Transforming all the way down to the hard-to-change level of chakra databanks.

More than that, seems to me, she has made artistic choices as well. Fashioning the character minutely. Such a multi-dimensional character! Where any one of the Lady Bird chakra databanks I’ve read for you here could have been done in a lazier way.

For example, as her Throat Chakra Databank for “Communication to Gain Respect.” Showing wisdom beyond her years, Saoirse Ronan created depth to the mess-up here. A less creative actor would have just colored Lady Bird:

  • Defiant.
  • Or mopey.
  • Or not very good act communicating.

Otherwise? Many an actor holds back on changing anything about qualities that bring popularity.

Worlds away from that is Saoirse Ronan’s compassionate, wisdom-filled choice of how Lady Bird is stuck in life. At the time of this scene.

Golly, this is one movie I’ve really got to watch. Have you seen it yet, Blog-Buddies? If so, what is your opinion of “Lady Bird”?

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  1. 1
    Isabella C. says:

    Oh, awesome! I am definitely a Saoirse Ronan fan. Hopefully she has enough to humility to handle all this early success.

    Lady Bird was great. Laurie Metcalf’s performance (as Lady Bird’s mother) was also a stand out.

    Actually, come to think of it, Laurie Metcalf’s performance had a quality of compassion encompassing it that makes me wonder if she might be in Enlightenment.

  2. 2
    Sandra says:

    I’ve heard great things about this movie. This aura reading is just extra impetus to see it .

  3. 3
    Valerie says:

    I saw this movie and am definitely a Saoirse Ronan fan!

    I’m so impressed with the quality of this aura reading Rose. I wondered why she seemed so magnetic. She has a quality of strength that I really admire.

    I will be very interested to watch the unfolding of her as a person and her career in film.

  4. 4
    Lilian says:

    Thanks Rose. What a great pair of readings!

    Good to see an “Out to Moon” chakra databank here. The struggle Rose commented on is real…

    I think that is the first actor I can remember on the blog with an out to moon creativity chakra databank.

  5. 5
    Lilian says:

    Tina Fey has an “out to moon” creativity while writing chakra databank.

    I’ve got an “out to moon” chakra databank myself.

    It’s a gift and curse, as any frustration can lead to weird self-destructiveness.

    “Seems to me, whenever she doesn’t get to create something interesting… Momentarily she might feel as bereft as the character she’s playing. Only coming from the opposite direction of productivity.”

  6. 6

    Thanks for your comments here, ISABELLA C. and SANDRA and VALERIE. You too, LILIAN.

    Oh, you’ve provided such an important teaching opportunity in Comments 4 and 5.

    If you’re talking about Stage Three Energetic Literacy — rather than, say, tattoos — there is no such thing as being a person who has an ” “out to moon” chakra databank.

  7. 7

    Where’s the glitch in understanding? Because the symbolic size and quality of a chakra databank are ever-changing.

    When I (or some day, you) read somebody’s aura, that’s a temporary bit of research. Not a forever. Not being a type of person, like ” “out to moon” chakra databank-kind of person or “rumpled root chakra” kind of person or “likes to eat mangoes, says so right in her Throat Chakra” kind of person.

  8. 8

    Likewise that goes for information I’ve given you in personal sessions, LILIAN. Where, perhaps, one day — on one occasion — I described something like one of your chakra databanks, on that occasion, over-functioning.

  9. 9

    Thank goodness, LILIAN, like other regular readers of this blog, you’ve got a flexible mind. Sophisticated even. Because, heck, you can google and find “experts” who will tell you that your aura is “always one color.”

    On the internet, there’s no end to objectification, and generalization, when it comes to aura reading. Leading to something other than helpfulness….

  10. 10

    This page on the newly-designed website may add clarity. Including four different educational YouTube videos.

    I hope this helps to dispel confusion.

  11. 11
    Lilian says:

    It’s great that Ronan seems to have some balance on that at a young age.

    Though sometimes the struggle can be maintaining that balance. Though it looks like her auric modelling on the whole supports her fairly nicely.

  12. 12
    Lilian says:

    Fair enough. I guess I was responding more to the quality of that bank as you expressed in words.

  13. 13
    Holly says:

    I watched Lady Bird with my roommates; they treated me for my birthday. 🙂

    Because it was set around the time I went to high school, I thought it was really funny. All of the songs and references were really on point.

  14. 14
    Holly says:

    This is the only movie I’ve seen in these recent aura reading movie reviews, so I was already very intrigued when I started reading this post. While reading, I teared up a tiny bit.

    Growing up, I had very strict parents who did not allow me to go anywhere except school so I couldn’t totally relate to Lady Bird’s freedom to date and work. But still, as I mentioned earlier, I really liked the movie even though I didn’t love Lady Bird as a character.

  15. 15
    Holly says:

    I tend to have a hard time separating actors from their characters.

    (Example: every time I see Laurence Fishburne, I think Morpheus, no exceptions.)

    But after reading this, I feel so humbled by Saoirse Ronan. It is so inspiring to see people doing so well all on their own, without the help of RES.

  16. 16
    Holly says:

    Based on my 100% media influenced criteria (my Stage One Energetic Literacy seems more like Stage Zero), I didn’t find Lady Bird pretty while watching the movie.

    Now that I’m checking Saoirse Ronan out in real life, I think she is gorgeous. I like how she was willing to show teenage skin on film even though she has amazing skin in real life.

  17. 17
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Loving that Comment #12 from LILIAN, who can match me, eagerness to learn along with eagerness to teach. 🙂

    BTW, ever-changing qualities at chakra databanks, too. That’s why it’s helpful not to generalize into some subconscious chakra databank’s quality with anything about who a person is, at the conscious level, as in objective reality.

  18. 18

    Also, what a great series of comments here, HOLLY. i’m especially struck by ” I like how she was willing to show teenage skin on film even though she has amazing skin in real life.”

    Because do you realize what Saoirise put herself through, creating that character? It’s as though she gave herself the equivalent of pimples… about being able to learn, about feeling like a certain kind of social outcast, and about being stuffed with a sense of futility and rage.

  19. 19

    If you check out other Aura Reading Movie Reviews I’ve done, many an actor makes a one-dimensional, dumbed-down choice, and I consider THAT a pretty big achievement… if the actor manages to make that stick as a completely different way of being a person… energetically and subconsciously.

    Then there’s something really, really masterful. With all respect to Sam Rockwell, Saoirise Ronan totally out-created him when coming up with depth characterization.

  20. 20

    Both played troubled characters. But to give yourself the equivalent of that amazing an inner landscape of “pimples”? Wow!

  21. 21
    Julie says:

    After reading Sarah Kaufman’s book The Art of Grace, it makes me wonder what the author, a dance critic, would say of this actress.

    Because she certainly has, to my eye at least, a grace, equilibrium, and poise.

    I loved the movie and her performance in it. It reminds me of Kaufman’s book and the quality of grace that can be defined in so many different ways.

  22. 22
    Lilian says:

    I could probably better pose my comment as a question.

    So, context to this is that I have a chakra databank for which in every reading you’ve done of me so far has been somewhere on the gigantic range. I never really know what to make of that.

    I assumed this will always be so, as I seem to have quite specialised strengths.

  23. 23
    Lilian says:

    I suspect that blog buddies have all kinds of talents themselves.

    The question would be, is it possible to have such a specialised talent and have it fully integrated, so that your chakra databanks are truly evenly sized and still use the associated talent to the same capacity?

  24. 24
    Lilian says:

    Personally, I can’t imagine myself any other way.

  25. 25
    Lilian says:

    I also appreciated your snipped about an aura being a metaphysical language.

    That’s actually given me an insight into how your understanding of language works together with RES.

    Certainly auras deserve someone who can give them some rigorous attention. 🙂

  26. 26

    Inquiring minds want to know! Thanks especially, LILIAN, for your Comment #25.

    To understand more about the metaphysical and psychological aspects of your aura, a great resource is to read (or slowly re-read) “The New Strong.”

  27. 27

    As for questions about your aura, in particular, that’s for a personal session, please. Rather than this public blog.

    Every once in a while I need to come back and remind folks of this. No worries!

    Other than having a session, here’s the best thing to do: Cease and desist from thinking about what I’ve told you about your chakra databanks. Instead, pay attention to your human life, saying things and doing things.

  28. 28

    Finally, for now 😉 About Comment #23, having chakra databanks relatively the same size, that happens to everyone who crosses the threshold into Enlightenment. Unless the person is dealing with something difficult, and then that’s a temporary thing.

    Just check out articles I’ve written about these folks and you’ll find that natural, unforced balance. For instance, this article, and this one, and this one.

  29. 29
    Emily T says:

    I really loved the Ladybird film.

    I remember seeing Saoirse on tv shows later on and finding it hard to reconcile the character and the actress in my mind. I think I had a sense of the mastery that Saoirse brought to the role but the reading makes me it very clear and makes me appreciate it so much more.

  30. 30
    Kylie says:

    I loved the movie, the first movie I’ve really enjoyed seeing at a theater in a long time, so I’m thrilled to read this aura reading.

    I also think it would be very interesting to learn more about Laurie Metcalf. Both women’s performances were so dynamic and real.

  31. 31
    Lilian says:

    Thanks Rose. Just wanted a confirmation of the blanket answer.

    Though that feels kinda a stretch for me. Certainly it takes a lot of evolution for that to happen.

  32. 32
    Lilian says:

    I know you’ve said this multiple times before, it’s just sometimes these things can strike you again in a different way and you start to realise what that may imply. Especially if one is doing a quick comment late at night, as it was for my first comment.

  33. 33
    Hannah says:

    I saw this movie with my boyfriend and we both agreed it’s a home run!

  34. 34

    LILIAN, you’re stretching yourself. While, as an Enlightenment Coach, I’m tickling you.

    It’s very important for all you Blog-Buddies to not add on questionable ideas about what chakra databanks are. Please, bring up your theories during personal sessions, so I can help you to avoid confusions.

  35. 35

    Just today, LILIAN and fans of LILIAN, I learned about one client who was keeping a spreadsheet about the sizes of her chakra databanks. If she’d asked me during a session, I would have told her that this was worse than a waste of time.

    Maybe your clever ideas are really good ideas, and all of RES would benefit. So run them by me in a session. Good or bad, that idea will get a straight answer from me. Perhaps saving you quite a bit of confusion.

  36. 36
    Lilian says:

    Oh my! No, I don’t put anything in spreadsheets.

    We’ll catch up in a session soon. You know, with some of the things you say, I acknowledge that you’re right, as you are the expert and I trust you, but I still don’t actually get it as an internalised concept. Even if it’s a relatively simple RES truth.

  37. 37
    Lou says:

    What a treat this was to read.

    In the interviews I’ve seen of her, you can see her spark and its a delight to watch.

    And as Julie said, she is poised.

  38. 38
    Lou says:

    Interestingly, she’s doing a lot of press and Oscar campaigning with Timothee Chalamet right now (he’s nominated for CMBYN but was in Lady Bird with her), and she is the one I’m always drawn to.

    Its no longer a mystery as to why after having read both of their readings however!

  39. 39
    Patti says:

    One of my favorite movies ever is The Lovely Bones.

    Saorise was so young in that role, but acted in a way that was far beyond her years, while showing a beautiful kind of purity and innocence, I found.

    I was lucky to travel Ireland, and find her to have the same humor, warmth and communicative ability that most Irish seem to have. Will have to see Ladybird, it got great reviews!

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