Mimicry And Jodie Comer

My intention for writing this was to make this article a diptych between Jodie Comer and Greta Thunberg.
“Why?” I hear you ask
In the system that I use they have the same birth date patterns and yet are completely different people.
How?
The information in their faces dances differently with their birth date patterns, which means, different people.
So with Greta Thunberg, I mentioned that she has a great sensitivity that allows her to feel other’s pain physically and take it on as her own.
This sort of sensitivity is feeling things physically. They are both people who feel sick when a friend in a bad mood walks next to them, both people who avoid shopping malls, busy streets and crowded small places as the invisible stress picked up from the people is very unbearable. And both people who will twitch at the sight of a painting two milimetres out of place.
Comer too has this sensitivity but uses it differently.
She can read others and is almost chameleon-like in her ability to shift her energy to match another’s. Which is perfect of course for an acting career which sometimes requires mimicry. Especially when it comes to accents – one of Comer’s skills as an actress.
Why isn’t Greta Thunberg like this? Well, in the system that I use you can have many birth date patterns in a birth date, sometimes three different ones, two patterns, and sometimes one blocked. When this happens we call  this person a “triple.”
Both Comer and Thunberg are “triples,” which means that they can be extremes – one on one side of the spectrum and the other on the other side because they are too much of one pattern.
(Apologies if that was too confusing, it’s almost impossible to describe without holding a class.)
Comer’s facial features are soft, which means an entirely different experience of her as a person. She has a full mouth, full upper cheeks and wide-open eyes which means her strengths are compassion, generosity, and emotional openness.
So back to Comer and mimicry, what I wanted to bring up was her talent to mimic various accents and languages, despite only being fluent in English. This is all down to her sensitivity and her ability to “feel into” a sound without giving it much thought.

 

 

 

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