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Discovering Chakra Databanks. RES Specialties Revealed

Discovering Chakra Databanks. Here’s a story of inspiration in the life of Rose Rosetree. One I didn’t even recognize while it was going on.

Discovering Chakra Databanks. Blog-Buddies, I can’t think of a better day to share that history with you.

Because today I’m about to teach my most advanced workshop yet. Helping clients to use energetic literacy skills to “Spot Liars, Cheaters, and Saints.”

Recently I revised my main article at this blog about chakra databanks: Chakra Databanks. What the LA Times Missed. But I realized, I’d skipped over defining and describing. What are chakra databanks, anyway. What was involved in discovering them?

Essential for Discovering Chakra Databanks? Context

Let’s start with the essentials. You’ve got all of this:

A physical body

Around that, a series of energy bodies. Each one is larger than the one that came before. Altogether, that set of bodies is full of information. (Aura reading means downloading the info you seek to learn.)

That info is especially concentrated in your chakras.

After years of researching chakras, I wasn’t satisfied. It wasn’t detailed enough. And that’s when I started to co-create research within chakra databanks. That’s what inspired my work with chakra databanks.

Gradually Discovering Chakra Databanks

It began around Y2K. For years I had been reading auras. And chakras. For decades, I worked with this system “Aura Reading Through All Your Senses®.

Why trademark that method? To signal how different it was a system for gaining energetic literacy. Completely different from:

  • Traditional “See the colours” approaches
  • Energy Medicine methods
  • And psychic readings. Also known as intuitive readings, energy readings, chakra readings, learn to see auras in five minutes, etc.

By 2000, I had been reading chakras overall. Using Stage Two Energetic Literacy. (As described in this YouTube video.)

Somehow, the distinctive components of Stage Three Energetic Literacy had become my regular standard for reading.

Chakra Databanks? Somehow I Just Started Using Them

During sessions. Also during my personal Technique Time. For instance:

  • Co-creating with God. (Built into all RES skills. Including aura reading.)
  • Researching clients’ auras crisply and efficiently.
  • Developing new aura reading techniques. Like those you can read about here.
  • Using aura reading for everyday life, in practical ways

Around that time — not quite sure when, since I was hardly keeping track — I discovered that every major chakra has 50 chakra databanks.

Thus, I started researching these tubes within auras, these open-ended tubes that contained practical information about emotional and spiritual growth. (The field that would later be named Rosetree Energy Spirituality.“)

What’s So Great about Researching Chakra Databanks?

This short list summarizes how essential they are.

  1. Each chakra databank has a name about a human capacity. Like the Root Chakra Databanks for “Connection to Physical Body” and also “Making Money.”
  2. Beyond that, each chakra databank contains a Divine-level gift of the soul. Never-changing!
  3. Plus each chakra databank contains a symbolic size and quality.
  4. These exist at the astral level. And they’re ever-changing.

And you can definitely learn to read auras with full Stage 3 Energetic Literacy.

Questions, anyone? Comment away!

And it would be especially interesting if you’d share any stories about aura reading you did. (Or had done for you.) Before encountering aura reading that included chakra databanks. Join this discussion of lived history of the development of energetic literacy.

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  1. 1
    Steve says:

    Thanks for this, Rose. Reading all this was strange to me. You’ve got me taking it for granted, like this is what aura reading means, like of course you read chakra databanks.

    Reading this article, I did a kind of double take. But come to think of it, I’ve never seen any other website, except maybe for RES people you trained, where people research these chakra databanks.

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    Steve says:

    At first, reading this article, I thought, who cares? Of course I know all about chakra databanks by now.

    Really? This is historic. Like your article on what the Los Angeles Times missed, that you linked to. I guess a lot of us who lurk at this blog or comment, we’re not used to thinking that we’re part of collective consciousness changing before our eyes and we get to be among the pioneers.

  3. 3

    Sweet! Thank you, STEVE. To me, one of the purposes of this blog is to leave a historic record of what we are discovering, new skills that work in the Age of Awakening.

    It’s a time when skills related to consciousness are essential if we wish to grow emotionally and awaken spiritually. So, of course, we need to do better than keep singing the “Greatest Hits” of the Age of Faith, like doing chakra readings.

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    This morning, June 30, I’m heading out to spend this Sunday with my dozen Aura Detectives. All delightful! Nothing could be more fun, to me, than teaching this workshop.

    Yesterday we had considerable discussion about which photos are suitable for reading auras. Versus which ones aren’t. So I changed the picture at the top of the post to show one that wouldn’t work. Why not?

  5. 5

    Wrong camera angle. Plus it’s blurry! But I love this picture.

    Photographer Kevin Locke was helping at my Pathways Expo booth, back in the day. As I remember, he took this photo while I was giving my workshop talk. Wishing Kevin well!

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    Kylie Sparks says:

    That photograph is adorable!

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    Jean says:

    Yes I too love that photo…

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    Thanks, KYLIE and JEAN.

    And KYLIE, coming today is the blog post to acknowledge you and the 11 other participants of the pioneering aura workshop you attended yesterday and the day before: “Spot Liars, Cheaters, and Saints.” If any of you want to share your experience, that will be a great place for doing it at the blog.

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    An Avid Reader says:

    Hi Rose,

    Am looking forward to your blog post on this!

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