Have you ever looked at someone you know or a stranger and wondered what they’re thinking, or what mood they are in? Have you looked deepAura enough so you able to see a beam of coloured lights reflecting off that person? Don’t worry if you have, you’re not seeing things that you shouldn’t! It is a strong possibility that you could be seeing another persons’ Aura.

In the book Living Rainbows: Develop Your Aura Sight, by Gabriel Hudson Bain, an aura is described as a form of energy that we radiate from our feelings, thoughts and physical being. Most authors who specialise in this area, all refer to auras as being a luminous electromagnet from an energy field, which surrounds all living things (Richard Webster, The Complete Book of Aura’s: Learn to see, Read, Strengthen and Heal Auras). Some Clairvoyants realised that a person’s aura is continuous and can change depending on their mood, emotions, health, mental state and level of spiritual awareness. Don’t worry if you haven’t seen an aura before, here are a few simple steps into how this can be achieved.

Mark Smith wrote a book about Auras and how you can see them (Auras see them in only 60 seconds). Here they are:

  • Select a friend.
  • Stand your friend 18 inches in front of a plain white background (this could be a white wall).
  • Make sure the person is relaxed and breathing deeply. It would probably help if you were relaxed too!
  • Stand 10 feet away from your friend and make sure you are surrounded by natural light.
  • Look past the head and shoulder area of the person, whilst focusing on the wall behind them.
  • You should begin to notice a fuzzy white/ grey envelope surrounding the body.
  • Make sure you’re still focused on your friend!
  • With your eyes still in focus, you should eventually see colours, shapes and rays.
  • Don’t panic if you can’t see anything, sometimes these things do take practice. But keep trying!

The aura colours are those similar to a rainbow, but with extra shades. Here are the main colours and their meanings to help you connect further with yourself or another person.

  • Red: determination, physical energy, anger and stability.
  • Orange: creativity, pleasure, emotional expression and health.
  • Yellow: creative, fun, happiness and optimism.
  • Green: nature, harmony, jealousy and healing.
  • Blue/ Indigo: peace, honesty, male energies, sadness.
  • Violet: imagination, meditation, female energies and controlling.
  • Black: unforgiving, hatred and self compassion.
  • White: high spiritual vibration, divine (clear), denial and lacking in consciousness (cloudy).

Now you know the simple steps on how to see an aura and what the colours mean, you can begin to amaze your friends! Not only is your aura unique to your personal self, but it can also attract other auras, which in turn can have an effect on yours. It is similar if you were to visit a friend and their mood was slightly negative. You can leave them feeling in the same way. So, if you’ve suddenly gone from feeling happy, to a feeling of sadness, then there could be a chance that your aura has attracted someone else’s who is feeling less positive than you. But, this can work in the other way too! You could be the one feeling slightly sad and all of sudden you’re bouncing around with joy!

For more information on your aura, then get in touch with our readers Diamond (PIN: 1551) and Ellie (PIN: 1180) today. Both readers specialise in auras and are unique in what they do. Let us know if you have or had any aura experiences!