You are looking at a photo of Gwyneth Paltrow’s aura. Seriously. In one of Gwyneth’s latest Goop-letters, she and her Goop staff agreed to be photographed by one of those special cameras that capture people’s “auras”. The cameras have been around for years, and some people believe that this is really a thing. That we’re releasing energy and auras and such. Eh. I mean, I sort of believe that people can have bad or good auras, but “reading” one’s aura from a special photograph? Nope. What’s really funny about this Goop-letter is that Gwyneth’s “aura” proves that she really is a special person and unlike all of the Goop-peasants that work for her. Of course. This is what Radiant Human said about Gwyneth’s aura:
“I rarely see an arc of green and yellow together—as they actually present a polarity that can be hard to reconcile. Because it’s an arc, it’s either a direction GP is reaching for, or it’s something that she has in her life and holds on a pedestal.
“So in color psychology, yellow is fashioned after the sun—it’s easygoing, expansive, creative, and it also indicates intelligence. People say, ‘Oh, they’re so bright,’ or they talk about shedding light on a subject—those are qualities of yellow. It’s a capable, loving, smart, and generous color that’s also very fun.
“Green represents ambition and being career-oriented. Green wants to work long, hard hours—as long as necessary to achieve its goals. Think of the green in nature—a tree pushing toward the sun, or a vine fighting its way up a trellis—green perseveres, it has determination and focus. It can be stubborn and impatient. It can hold on tight.
“So the arc indicates a polarity: Push and pull, being generous and saving money, holding on and letting go, working hard and having fun. Mediating those energies is hard, particularly because of the presence of blue throughout the photo, including across and around GP’s face. Blue is an emotional color, and it indicates that she feels things very deeply.
“The magenta is also fascinating: It’s the combination of red and purple (rather than separate hues, like what you see in the yellow and green above), and so it’s creative willpower. The purple is visionary and high-concept—it requires believing it’s part of a positive change in the world, of imagining what the world could be. When integrated with red, it becomes action-oriented. It means that she’s actually putting it out there and making moves to turn the vision into reality.”
So basically Gwyneth is all the things. All the POSITIVE things. She is the most generous, most hard-working, most understanding, most deeply emotional and feeling person in the world. I mean, you wouldn’t pay thousands of dollars to have an aura-reading for the people to tell you that you’re a self-absorbed, humble-bragging, name-dropping elitist snot, right?
Meanwhile, Gwyneth and Chris Martin are on a holiday together with their kids in Mexico. Spring break!!! You can see some photos here.
Photos courtesy of Instagram, WENN.