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Confident Shakira. Chakra Databanks

Confident Shakira. On the outside, anyway. See today’s aura reading for more insight….

Confident Shakira.

Chakra Databanks tell the story of what it’s really like to be the pop star. So rich and famous and thin. Also happy?

Today’s aura reading will tell the inside story. In detail.

Especially noteworthy, to read this article you won’t have to wear a belly-baring costume. Like Shakira’s! Phew, such a relief! 😉

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Here is the photo I’ll use for this aura research.

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Course Grads, You Might Want to Read Shakira’s Aura in COMMENTS Below

Here’s a list of the chakra databanks I’ll be reading. Why these?

Because the performer looks to be somewhere between 16 and 22 years old.

Of course, the Latin pop star is actually 43.

And if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you may know this: I’m not a big fan of “Beauty Work.” Or of drastically erasing the years physically.

Because inwardly that means erasing life experience. Not only physical wear-and-tear. Subsequently, replacing it with what, exactly?

That’s what you can find out, in Shakira’s case. Either do your own research with Stage 3 Energetic Literacy. Or else simply read through the rest of this blog post. 🙂

And Definitely COMMENT, COMMENT, COMMENT Below to Share Your Reactions

Since, in my experience, nobody works hard to appear an impossibly perfect version of herself… And physically eliminate a couple decades… Without paying a significant price.

Here’s our array of chakra databanks for today’s research, Aura Readers.

  1. Root Chakra Databank for Presence in the Room
  2. Belly Chakra Databank for Sexual Self-Esteem
  3. Belly Chakra Databank for Sex Drive
  4. Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Giving
  5. Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Receiving
  6. High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill

Now here we go, Blog-Buddies.

#1. Confident Shakira Root Chakra Databank for Presence in the Room

This chakra databank is about how Shakira is putting her “best foot forward” when with others.

Symbolic Size

5 inches. Definitely under-functioning.


“Feed me.” Sigh! This is what I often find in people aiming to achieve “The Anorexic Ideal.

Speaking of which, hello! Look at Shakira’s famous body in this photo. Remember that a camera adds 10 pounds. Now:

  • Is it normal for a woman’s biceps to be nearly as big as her thighs?
  • Is it just “cute” and “attractive” that you can see an abdominal area with no visible fat?
  • Sure, you might be used to equating extreme thinness with “beauty.” But if so, maybe it’s time to get yourself some new standards.

When everyone with word literacy develops energetic literacy? One thing that may change is ignoring the extreme aura-level discomfort of self-starvation. Such as considering animal screams within to work just fine along with “sexy” and “confident”!

To a lesser degree of intensity, what else shows in this chakra databank? Shakira’s just plain scared. Can you imagine greater pressure on a performer than doing the Half-Time Show at the Superbowl? Not me. Especially if the performer’s dressed for a belly dance.

Although I wouldn’t give her confidence points… For sure, I’d give Shakira courage points.

#2.Being Shakira Belly Chakra Databank for Sexual Self-Esteem

Shakira is certainly conveying ultimate confidence through her revealing clothes. Both displaying her physique and showing triumphant body language. But what’s going on in this chakra databank?

Symbolic Size

Out to the moon. Clearly, trillions of miles? Sure means over-functioning.


Reaching out, straining, trying so hard to appear like a sex goddess. Of course, that’s hard. Yet, like any top performer, Shakira’s giving this performance everything she has.

Incidentally, am I the only person reading this post who wonders: Where’s the line today between pop singing/dancing and porn? Parents, would you really like to share this “wholesome entertainment” with your 7-year-old?

If you can expand this photograph, check out the two leering men at the lower right corner. Shakira must receive this sort of “admiration” often. COMMENTS, anybody?

#3.Confident Shakira Belly Chakra Databank for Sex Drive

Personally, how interested is Shakira in sex (at the time of this photograph)?

Symbolic Size

3 inches. Extremely close to shut-down.


No time. Nor energy. Besides, my body is merchandise.

#4.Being Shakira Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Giving

During this performance, what’s going on with Shakira’s giving, emotionally?

Symbolic Size

3 inches. Also extremely close to shut-down.


As if Shakira gives her audiences “the thrill of a lifetime” through her highly sexual performances.

Giving a huge dose of her sex appeal? Through energetic subroutines, that’s now the meaning of “emotional giving.”

#5. Being Shakira Heart Chakra Databank for Emotional Receiving

And what’s going on with Shakira’s RECEIVING, emotionally?

Symbolic Size

2 inches. Even closer to shut-down!


Considerable detachment from her body. Seems to me, it’s as though Shakira is watching herself perform. Specifically, watching her body perform.

As if that’s all she is. Or could be.

So the praise from her audience is for this clever thing, her body. Meanwhile, nobody emotionally notices her. Or cares about her.

#6. Confident Shakira High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill

Pure human joy, enjoying her life. In the midst of her huge Superbowl success, how deep-down happy is Shakira?

Symbolic Size

3 inches. Again, very close to shut down.


Emptiness! And extreme misery hiding in plain sight.

“I’m living my dream. So many people envy me. Why does it feel so hollow?”

In Conclusion

Confidence is on my mind these days. Since soon I’ll give my first in-person workshop of 2020 in about a month: 7 Ways to Build More Confidence.

  • One of my goals for workshop participants is showing them to separate the wheat from the chaff. (Or since we’re not in the grain harvesting biz… I’ll help them to separate myth from reality.)
  • Another goal of this workshop is to authentically build confidence in seven ways.

As today’s aura reading has shown, apparent confidence means nothing. At least, nothing about what’s going on within a person.

Clearly, faking confidence can impress fans. But when the performer is paying such a terrible price? I wonder, is all that fake confidence worth it?

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  1. 1
    Janice says:

    Interesting. I watched the show and thought I was pretty disgusting and also very “meh.”

  2. 2
    Janice says:

    The next day someone was speaking about it and saying it was awesome. I wasn’t sure if they were being sarcastic or not. They weren’t!

    They thought it was a given that everyone thought the performance was amazing.

  3. 3

    Amazingly, JANICE, life on earth is big enough to support human beings with wide ranging differences to our level of consciousness.

    I totally appreciate how disgusted and meh could be simultaneous reactions. Personally, I felt both of these even without watching… just at the thought of this performance. Haha.

  4. 4
    Christine says:

    Rose, I find this article weirdly comforting. Frankly, it was pretty hard not to compare myself to Shakira, as if she were an ideal of what you could do with workouts and confidence and some good karma.

  5. 5
    Christine says:

    Once again, it’s beginning to dawn upon me, how society’s darlings aren’t necessarily doing well inwardly at all.

    Since Shakira is definitely living her dream, but her aura is practically in shreds; she’s so very unhappy and stuck in her personal growth.

  6. 6
    Christine says:

    Thank you for giving us all something to think about, with this article. Celebrities used to play a big part in my life by bringing a sense of glamor and high achievement.

    You’re helping me to rethink that. Maybe it’s no coincidence that, as you rip away one illusion after another, and do it here with what I feel is tremendous compassion; maybe it’s no coincidence that you are an Enlightenment Coach.

  7. 7

    You’re welcome, CHRISTINE. And haha! You’re on to me.

    I am an Enlightenment Coach. Always. In the background.

  8. 8

    Do many Enlightenment Coaches bother to comment on any celebrities at all? Let alone go into detail, using Energetic Literacy skills, about what’s really going on with them?

    By all means, Blog-Buddies, search the internet and COMMENT below with such links if you find them.

  9. 9

    In my experience, Enlightenment teachers are busy giving high-minded theories about the nature of life. Almost reminiscent of the Puritans who first settled the American Colonies.

    To them, music and dance were “the work of the Devil.” You had to choose between following religion — like today, being a spiritual person — or else take an interest in the Shakiras of the day. Could you maybe take an interest in both? Not without a generous serving of guilt. (And maybe a bit of personal sneakiness.)

  10. 10

    Of course, there’s one thing in common among all mainstream religions on earth. Can you guess?

    I’ll await some answers in your COMMENTS below before I finish the thought with what occurs to me.

  11. 11
    Claudia says:

    Thanks for this research, Rose.

    I really hope that research like this makes a dent in collective consciousness.

  12. 12
    Claudia says:

    I am a single woman and I have done a fair amount of online dating.

  13. 13
    Claudia says:

    I am very sensitive to this “merchandising” thing.

    Online dating is like the ultimate in merchandising. Making an online profile is not at all fun for me. I am still conflicted whether it is worth it or not. I just find it really distasteful.

  14. 14
    Claudia says:

    When meeting men for first dates after connecting online, by far the most popular story that they have to tell is of getting “catfished.”

    Of a woman showing up who doesn’t look as good as advertised.

  15. 15
    Claudia says:

    I heard stories like this from almost every man I met. Just last week I heard a story from a male friend on this topic. He went on a date, and the woman who showed up was much less attractive to him than her photos.

    He didn’t storm out, he humored her for a little bit over a cup of coffee. But as he retold the story he seemed truly horrified.

  16. 16
    Claudia says:

    Though I have less experience with this side of things, I have also had at least one female friend who showed me the pictures she used online… and I was shocked.

    She looked about 40 pounds lighter and 15 years younger. I couldn’t fathom why she would set herself up to see the disappointed looks on her dates’ faces. But it didn’t seem to bother her.

  17. 17
    Claudia says:

    At present, when and if I am ready to “get out there” again, I am going to take care to do it as wisely as I can.

    Rose, I know you can do aura research on photos of potential dates, so I plain to do that.

  18. 18
    Claudia says:

    On another note, this aura reading brings to mind sex robots/dolls and porn. It makes me think they probably haven’t peaked quite yet.

  19. 19
    Claudia says:

    If a person stripped of her humanity to be a sex object is still so enthralling to so many…

  20. 20
    Janice says:

    Rose, the same person who really liked the Shakira performance also talked to me about the Oscars (which I had totally forgotten about… I don’t mean to sound snobbish but I’ve totally lost my taste for it in recent years)…

    His comment was how awesome Brad Pitt was, and how young he looked.

  21. 21
    Janice says:

    He seemed to totally take it at face value that Brad Pitt just somehow magically looks really good.

  22. 22
    Janice says:

    When I said, “Yeah, because of tons of plastic surgery, etc…” it didn’t seem that interesting to him.

    I have a lot of respect for this guy, but he seemed more interested in loving the fantasy.

  23. 23
    Janice says:

    Ya know the funny thing is, I think both Shakira and JLo are considered to “curvy,” or “healthy”-bodied pop stars.

  24. 24
    Carl says:

    Hi Rose, thank you for sharing your research.

    Your question for comment #10 is interesting Rose. To answer your question, I believe all mainstream religions have a lot of similarities to cults. It is something I am wary about and I wanted to mention it here. I’m sure there are some distinctions between mainstream religions and cults, however, I do think some religions are cults for sure.

  25. 25
    Carl says:

    I used to be in a cult a few years ago, so I have experienced what it is like, however, I have never been in one of the mainstream religions, so it might be a very different experience entirely.

  26. 26

    Hey, Blog-Buddies, I’m back.

    Sessions for today all done, and wow, what wonderful comments await us lucky blog readers!

  27. 27

    CLAUDIA, thank you for those extraordinary and important Comments #11-19.

    My jaw just dropped at the frankness, truth value, shock value. Having you in this world (and even more so, having you commenting at my blog) brings me hope for humanity.

  28. 28

    JANICE, thank you so much for Comments #20-23. You’re describing illusions lying so thick around this man’s awareness…

    And the strangest part is that there may well be MILLIONS of other people like him. Here’s to people like you, JANICE, seeing truth and then finding words to express it.

  29. 29

    CARL, thank you for responding to my question back in Comment #10. Interesting answer there.

  30. 30
    Oscar says:

    My thought in response to your question about religions, is that all the mainstream religions can be followed in different ways.

    Like there is the option to be a fundamentalist, but you certainly don’t have to be.

  31. 31

    And, thanks to you, OSCAR, another answer that I find fascinating. Worth considering.

  32. 32

    Here’s what I had in mind in posing that question in Comment #10: Age of Faith.

    Seems to me, organized religion (to whatever you follow it — to cult level, or to Fundamentalist level, or to quiet-and-sincere believer level). Organized religion is very Age of Faith.

  33. 33

    Age of Faith, in contrast to when we’re all living now, the Age of Awakening!

  34. 34

    Back during the Age of Faith, even inwardly religious people had little-to-no direct experience of the Divine Vibrational Frequency. (As I write about it in “The New Strong.”)

    “Divine” meant something you were supposed to believe in. To surrender to.

  35. 35

    In addition, what else was so Age of Faith about organized religions? Many of them emphasized surrender to what was “meant to be.”

  36. 36

    And therefore, Enlightenment teachings from the East were like renunciate teachings from the West. You had to follow the rules, do what your family did.

    Collective Consciousness helped you know how to obey.

  37. 37

    Meanwhile, how you felt personally about such things — or other things – mattered little.

  38. 38

    So what’s different now, since the Shift on 12/21/12?

    Of course, you can follow a religion now in the Age of Awakening. If so, you’re free to add in the greater awareness and energy sensitivity of a person living now.

  39. 39

    As an Enlightenment Coach, I also notice this:

    Today’s Enlightenment teachings tend to be about Traditional Enlightenment, not even recognizing the existence of Age of Awakening Enlightenment, nor including Energetic Literacy past Stage 1 or Stage 2.

  40. 40

    By contrast, I’m an Enlightenment Coach for the Age of Awakening. With Stage 3 Energetic Literacy and more.

    Most definitely, I aim to bring in more discernment into Enlightenment Coaching, including recognition of the new kind of Enlightenment now, Age of Awakening Enlightenment.

  41. 41

    With articles like this one about Shakira, I’m meeting you where you are humanly, with your personal interests and attractions. Then doing my best to help you to understand what’s going on in the celebrity’s consciousness.

  42. 42

    Of course, that’s what aura reading is, right?

    While reading chakra databanks, we explore specialties of human consciousness, such as emotional giving and emotional receiving.

  43. 43

    Let traditional illusions about life drop away…. Because we actively choose to push them out!

  44. 44
    Eliza says:

    I watched a little bit of the show and I thought it was interesting how it was so slick, polished and reminiscent of her music videos.

    I wasn’t emotionally moved one bit and this aura reading helps to explain that for sure.

  45. 45

    ELIZA, isn’t that fascinating? A star may have all the requisite physical attributes (including what novelist Tom Wolfe called being “starved to near perfection”), yet the auric modeling is so empty or disturbing… or both…

    In particular Highly Sensitive Persons (HSPs) and empaths may wind up feeling NOTHING.

  46. 46

    Which is why I hope one benefit of reading your wonderful comment, ELIZA, is to help all you Blog-Buddies avoid questioning that common feeling of emptiness. Especially, not blaming yourself for the very likely “I feel nothing.” Most of the big-hype stars are paying a terrible price for their fame.

    In terms of consciousness lifestyle and auric modeling, Shakira is actually doing better than Jennifer Lopez and many other big stars, who have been in extreme spiritual addiction for years.

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