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Your Aura and What It Reveals About You
by Blair Gorman

This subject may be highly controversial among many here because most likely it is a small group - I am familiar with this - have pretty much always embraced it but until recently have not been educated on it -- I have had my first and only photo imaging of my aura several years ago -- I was rather surprised but in a very pleasing way -- I have included my photo at the end of this article  ( BOTTOM OF PAGE ) -- I am not sure how the colors will show up for you -- so please allow me to share them so you will be sure --On my lower right is green -- and then upwards from neck to crown is blue -- from my crown down the entire left side is blue  On the inside around my crown is purple / violet -- and there are several small white circles around my head  - at least 5 with one large one to my mid section to the right and another one to the lower left -- I am not 100% sure about these but was told they were spirits - like guides - I would love to have this done again - and do plan to when going to my next health fair-- I hope you enjoy reading the information and will allow yourself to explore a little more --  TRUTH

What is an aura?
Have you ever heard someone say, "She has a certain aura about her", or "There was a certain feeling in the air"? You may have even said something similar yourself. Exactly what do we mean when we say something like that?

For the purposes of this discussion, we can describe an aura as the field of vital energy that surrounds all matter, or anything we would consider to be part of this physical world. People often think that only living things have auras, but many believe that anything that has an atomic structure has an aura surrounding it.

Our personal auras are thought to contain information about our personalities -- our beliefs, our thoughts, our emotional states -- and it is suggested that we can learn a great deal about our mental, physical and spiritual health by examining our auras. Taking this idea a step further, by looking at your present attitudes and tendencies it is also theoretically possible to get a look at potential outcomes in the future.

There are many ways to experience auras that go beyond the physical act of seeing one. If you give some thought to the following examples, you may realize that you have already had quite a bit of experience with auras.

Have you ever met someone, and felt an instant dislike for them?
Have you ever had the opposite experience -- where you met someone, and felt instantly attracted to them?
Have you ever talked with someone on the phone and felt their physical presence?
Have you ever had the sensation that someone was looking at you, turned around and discovered you were right? 

Have you ever walked into a room and felt immediately comfortable, or uncomfortable?
Do you find that particular colors seem to have an effect on your emotional and physical states?
In all of the examples above, you may have experienced something with one of your five senses -- sight, sound, smell, touch or taste -- but it's just as likely that you may have sensed something that didn't fall into any of these categories.

So, what exactly is an aura, and where does it come from?
It has been suggested that the aura contains the initial spark of creation and is the home to our higher consciousness. As mentioned earlier, some believe the aura to be an accurate reflection of our inner being, and that as such it contains complete information about our past, present and future.

Basic Characteristics
Here are some of the basic characteristics that have been ascribed to the aura.
Every aura has a unique vibrational frequency. Auras are like fingerprints, in that no two are alike.
The closer your aura's frequency is to someone else's, the greater the chance that there will be a natural rapport. 

In a similar way, the greater the difference in frequency between two auras, the greater the chance that you will dislike someone or feel uncomfortable while in their presence.
There is a constant interaction between your aura and those around you. One of the ways we've all experienced this is the basis of the concept known as 'personal space.' We each have a preference for how close someone can get to us physically before we become uncomfortable.
This sense of discomfort is often the result of an interruption in the energy field of your aura.
This personal space varies from person to person and culture to culture, and it also changes, depending on the person who is entering your personal space. It's very likely that you will be more comfortable with someone who has a similar frequency standing closer to you than someone with an aura that is very different than yours.

In order to understand the aura better, it is necessary to talk a little about chakras. The concept of chakras comes to us from the yogic literature of the Hindu and Buddhist traditions. Chakras are believed to be centers of energy found in everyone, and these centers receive, transform and distribute the universal life force throughout the body. As such, chakras play an important part in our physical, emotional and spiritual health.
While the traditional chakra system is made up of seven major chakras and several hundred minor chakras, other systems identify additional chakras located above and beyond the uppermost chakra in the traditional system, known as the Crown Chakra. The system described in this book looks at nine major chakras and their functions.
The major chakras are located along the spinal column and correspond specifically to both physiological and psychic functions. As you move up the spinal column, the function and qualities of each chakra becomes more complex. This can be seen especially in the last three chakras (Throat, Brow and Crown), whose functions deal with creativity, intuition and higher spiritual thought.
A healthy chakra can be identified by its clear and vibrant color, and the speed and smoothness of its movement. An unhealthy chakra is usually seen as having murky coloration and erratic or sluggish movement.
The chakras are the sources of the psychic energy perceived as the colors of the aura. Theoretically, if all the Chakras are generating psychic energy at full power, each color in your aura will have equal brightness. Since all the colors combined in equal brightness create Pure White, that is how your aura would be perceived by a sensitive observer.
Typically, however, our chakras develop at different rates, which means that at any given time some will be stronger than others. Our auras reflect this condition, and this is how we can learn so much about our internal states from the colors we perceive in the aura.

When analyzing an aura, the colors closest to the person's physical body will usually provide an accurate reflection of their physical conditions and energies. As you move further away from the physical body, the outer layers of color reveal emotional, psychological and spiritual energies that must be taken into account.

Relative health can be assessed by the clarity of the colors perceived in the aura. Clearer colors are an indication of a healthy state of affairs. When viewing murky colors, you can usually interpret them as imbalances or other potential problems in the area the colors are associated. In the case of colors that are naturally dark -- indigo and violet, for example -- a quality of brightness can often be a sign of increased levels of energy.

It's important to realize that aspects of a person's aura change frequently, sometimes on an hourly basis. This is understandable since the areas of our existence represented by the aura can also change frequently.

Another aspect to be aware of is the idea that we view other auras through our own auras, and this can affect our perceptions. To accurately interpret the aura of another person, you will need to first understand the colors and qualities of your own aura. In some cases, your subconscious mind will automatically be able to compensate for this color shift, but you will need to be aware of this before concluding your analysis.

There is no question that it takes both time and practice to both see and understand the significance of the aura's colors, but eventually you will need to learn to trust your own intuition when viewing and interpreting auras. When doing an aura reading for another person, it is helpful to tell them what you are seeing and to ask them questions about what they think your observations might mean in their particular situation. By using feedback in this way, you can develop a deeper understanding that will be invaluable for your interpretations.

The Classic Aura Color Scheme
A red aura derives its color from the Root chakra, and as such is representative of blood and the primal, physical energy that is needed to ensure our personal power and self-preservation. It is through the application of this energy that we are able to maintain groundedness, good physical health and achieve prosperity in the material world.
The Root chakra is often associated with the element of fire, and as a result the presence of red in an aura can often be an indication of a strong sense of purpose and passionate nature. A balanced red aura will display the admirable qualities of drive, will power, commitment and determination, while an imbalanced shade of red can often indicate stubbornness, willfulness, aggressiveness and overbearing behavior.
An aura that is both red and unbalanced is an indication that the Root chakra is blocked. Since the Root chakra controls our "fight or flight" reflexes, an unbalanced red aura may manifest itself with feelings of fear, nervousness or an overall sense of insecurity or anxiety.

An orange aura originates in the Sacral chakra, the source of our emotions and sexuality. The Sacral chakra corresponds to the element of water, and as such the presence of orange can translate into seemingly placid emotions ("still waters run deep") or take on the qualities of a raging river.
Like the sun, which is often associated with the color, a rich orange hue would be an indication of an emotionally warm and sensitive person, although as noted above, if the shade of orange is too dark, there is the possibility of an emotional imbalance, often related to sexual origins. This imbalance can also manifest itself as false pride or selfish behavior. When the shade of orange is bright, it indicates positive feelings and a natural sensitivity to the needs and feelings of others.

For many people, yellow is the first and easiest color to see when they begin observing auras. Originating in the Solar chakra, this color signifies the presence of wisdom and the intellect.
This color is most often seen in the aura of the logical and quick thinker who craves new opportunities to learn and use their mental abilities, but it can also be seen in the aura of anyone who is deep in concentration. It's interesting to note that the color yellow carries the connotation of happiness and good fortune, two outcomes that often result from the practical application of our planning abilities.
When deeper shades of yellow are observed in someone's aura, it often means they are relying too much on their analytical side. This excessive thinking and analysis often leads to perfectionism and the quality of being overly critical of those around us.

The green in an aura comes directly from the Heart chakra, and indicates compassion, sensitivity, sympathy, and a nurturing ability. Green has long been the color of healing, and someone with a lot of green in their aura would instinctively be a natural healer, especially if the shade of green is bright and close to the blue end of the spectrum.
Green has also been associated with growth, and with this color in your aura you would not only have good results with plants and animals, you would be able to help other people to realize their ambitions by providing them with your inner strength optimism and support.
When darker shades of green are observed, it is often a result of envy, jealousy and possessive thinking. If the aura is predominantly green, it may suggest that the person has given too much of themselves and is experiencing a feeling of distance from those around them. A quick way to remedy this situation is for the person to take a break or a vacation and do something for themselves.

Emanating from the Throat chakra, blue is the second easiest color to detect after yellow. As we learned from our discussion of the Throat chakra, this is the color of communication. When present in the aura, it means that a person has the natural ability to express themselves, and this will often be seen in the way they write and speak. A good sense of creativity is always helpful when looking for new ways to express oneself, and usually goes hand in hand with the ability to communicate well.
A balanced Throat chakra will produce a fine blue color in the aura, and will be seen predominantly in people who are completely dedicated to honesty and truth (i.e., they're 'true blue') and are always sincere in what they say. In some cases, this means that the person will say exactly what's on their mind, regardless of the consequences. As you might imagine, this is not always the best course of action, and can sometimes lead to misunderstandings. At it's worst, this quality may lead to bitter and sarcastic modes of thinking and speaking.

As the color blue moves into the deeper shades (and closer to indigo), there is the potential for isolation and the feeling of loneliness. Accompanied by a deep integrity, these tendencies can be used in a positive way if one applies them to the development of their spiritual development.

The effect of the top three chakras' higher functions can be seen especially in the color of indigo in the aura. Coming out of the Brow chakra, the color indigo indicates a keen imagination and a very strong sense of intuition. As the chakra located between the Throat and Crown chakras, the Brow chakra blends the qualities of the physical world with those of the spiritual.

It is no surprise that the Brow chakra is often referred to as the Third Eye, since it governs both physical and intuitive sight. The presence of indigo in your aura would signify personal power in one or both of these areas and a strong potential for developing them further in the future.
Intuition and imagination are also necessary for the pursuit of spiritual awareness, and the color indigo is often seen in people who are on a spiritual quest as they work toward the development of a personal belief system.

For many, this spiritual quest will lead them to a humanitarian outlook on life, and they will derive a great deal of satisfaction from serving others. As you might imagine, the potential danger in this is that others may take advantage of their giving nature.

The color violet originates in the Crown chakra, which is usually the one of the last chakras to be developed. Characterized by wisdom and spirituality, the Crown chakra generally doesn't receive much attention until later in life.

An aura that has a lot of violet in it indicates that the person has found their spiritual path and receives a great deal of strength and comfort from it as they become increasingly aware of their true connection to the Infinite. Since it is difficult to lead a totally spiritual existence, it is rare that an aura will be predominantly violet, and the presence of violet is usually seen at the outer edges of the aura.
It is difficult for most people to work on the development of the Crown chakra until they have mastered the other six chakras, and as a result the person who has reached this stage of their personal evolution will have a solid comprehension of how the world operates. This understanding will give them both practicality and humility, which will be indicated by the presence of lighter shades of indigo. Darker shades will be seen in someone who is not only spiritual in nature, but possesses a powerful will and passion for the divine.

Silver corresponds to the Karmic Chakra, and is thought to be where past life patterns reside. Often a person whose aura is dominated by the Karmic Chakra
will display quiet and Zen-like qualities that allow them to reflect on lessons learned in past incarnations. Silver in a person's aura can also indicate a person who possesses a great deal of creativity and fertile thought, although it seems as if these people are continually challenged when it comes to actually following through on their sometimes grandiose plans. If properly motivated, however, the person with silver in their aura can surprise everyone with what they can accomplish.

Gold is associated with the Universal chakra, and it is considered to be one of the most dynamic colors to be seen in the aura, signifying a great deal of spiritual energy, accompanied by deep inspiration and dedication to the principles of universal harmony.
People with gold in their aura are able to see things from a larger, universal perspective that allows them to achieve success on a greater level than the average person. In a sense, the color gold represents a person's ability to act as a "cosmic alchemist", taking the basic materials of life and transforming them into spiritual gold. In some cases, this ability may be a result of a sudden revelation or inspiration that they have received and integrated into their life.

Techniques & Applications
Before you begin working with the specific techniques and applications of aura reading, it's important to understand a few things about the experiences you are likely to have. As with anything else in life, the degree to which your experiences are positive, negative or neutral depends to a large degree on the expectations you carry with you.

This is certainly the case when you begin to work with auras. Too many people have expectations of being able to see bright, vivid colors from the very start, and in most cases these expectations are simply unrealistic. Remember that the energies of the aura can be very subtle, and patience must be exercised as you develop the required sensitivity.

Remember also that auras are not part of the visible, physical world that most of us are accustomed to. Auras belong to a level of existence beyond the merely physical, and act as mediators between our everyday material world and the eternal world of the spiritual.

As you begin to work with auras, try to take a light-hearted approach. Your chances for success are far greater if you simply relax and appreciate the process as it unfolds. To adopt an overly serious or doggedly persistent attitude will not help or accelerate your progress, and will only serve to make the experience less enjoyable.

How To Sense Auras
As stated previously, there are two basic approaches to observing an aura -- with the physical senses (primarily sight, although touch is a close second), and with the intuitive senses. Both approaches have their benefits, and are worth exploring for the beginning aura reader. In this book, we will focus on the intuitive sensing of auras. This is because of the two approaches, it is the one that receives far less attention in the standard texts on auras.

Another reason we'll focus here on the intuitive approach is because that of the two, it is easier. This is because our primary tool in the intuitive approach is our imagination, and just about everyone has an imagination and is able to realize success quicker as a result.

Using your imagination involves nothing more than developing the ability to relax and visualize the aura in your mind's eye, rather than your physical eye. Research has shown that the great majority of aura readers prefer the intuitive approach, even if they started out by seeing auras with their physical eyes. When correctly interpreted, your intuitive visualizations of auras will be just as accurate as someone else's physical observations.

Your Intuitive Imagination and The Subconscious Mind
The use of your imagination and intuition brings your subconscious mind into play. One of the interesting aspects about the subconscious mind is that it doesn't know the difference between what's real and what's imagined. As an example, try imagining an argument you had with someone, either recently or long ago.

As you replay (and imagine) the argument in your mind, you will notice that you begin to experience the emotions you felt when you originally had the argument. If you do this for long, you will also begin to exhibit physical responses as well -- increased heart rate, tense muscles, discomfort in the stomach area, to name a few possible reactions. If you have actually tried this experiment while reading this, don't spend too much time verifying it's accuracy -- it's a genuine waste of time reliving unpleasant events of the past, and can actually lead to physical illness.

You may also be familiar with the experience of trying to solve a problem, and after working at it for a while with no sign of a solution, you may have given up -- only to find that the answer literally popped into your mind a few hours or days later. This usually happens when you least expect it, such as when you are asleep or in the shower. This phenomena of "automatic solutions" is a manifestation of your subconscious mind, which will work relentlessly at solving a problem once you have expressed a sincere desire for its solution.

In this way, you may very well find that your initial approach of imagining or visualizing auras eventually leads to your being able to perceive auras with your physical senses. It is simply a matter of your subconscious mind understanding that you are sincere in your wish to see auras and then working out the best approach for you.

Aura Awareness
The first step in learning to see auras is to simply be aware that they exist. That may seem to be too simple, but it's true. That which we focus on with our imagination has a tendency to become reality, and this concept works with auras, too.

Start by learning the basics of the chakra system, and spend sometime meditating on each of your chakra centers. Once you feel comfortable with how each of the chakras contributes to your overall being, learn the meanings of the individual aura colors. As you direct your attention to the conceptual ideas behind the chakras and auras, your subconscious mind will be quietly listening and trying to decide whether it's something you are serious about making part of your life.

Repetition is the key here, and some people maintain that doing something 19 times will make it a habit. Interestingly enough, this holds true whether you're talking about something harmful (like smoking) or beneficial (like exercising). The benefit to this approach is that it helps remove the ambiguity from the question "How long do I need to do this before it works, or know that I'm wasting my time?"

Identifying the Colors in Your Aura
The next step is to identify the colors in your own aura. This is not only a good place to start, but is necessary before you can trust your perception of auras in other people.
The simplest, but not necessarily the easiest, way to identify the colors in your aura is to ask your subconscious mind. If you have been successful in convincing your subconscious mind that you are serious about this aura business, it will have already determined what the colors of your aura are.
Asking your subconscious mind to reveal these colors to you is as simple as sitting in meditation and asking, "What is the most important color in my aura?" and waiting quietly for the answer. Your mind will immediately be presented with one color after another as your subconscious mind processes your request. After a while, one color will keep coming up and soon it will be the only color in your mind. This will be what is known as your "ground color."

Your ground color is the predominant color in your aura, and it represents what is most important to you in life, and what you need to accomplish. The answer may surprise you, but be sure to give it serious consideration. To discount or discard an answer your subconscious mind has presented you will result in your subconscious mind's reluctance to bring you answers in the future.
Once you have discovered your ground color, it is advisable to end your meditation. You will want to ask what other colors are present in your aura, but it is best to ask for only one color per meditation. Write down what you learned and give some thought to how you can apply the knowledge to your present and future life.

Use Your Understanding
The third step is very important -- put what you have learned into practice. Without this step, the first two steps have little or no value. Having identified the ground color in your aura allows you to identify where in your life you may need to focus more attention.

As an example, take the person from our last example that has a ground color of red. This person will know that they are fulfilling their Life Path if they are physically active and involved in ambitious projects. If they are suffering from a lack of energy or interest in life, they will find that they can get back on track by getting more exercise and seeking out people and projects that will make use of their outgoing and energetic nature.

The same approach works for all of the other colors as well. If you don't feel that your ground color accurately identifies the direction you are currently moving in, try bringing more of the color's characteristic influences into your life. A simple way to do this is to meditate on the color itself. Another method is to wear clothing of that color, which will serve to remind you of your ground cover throughout your regular activities. Decorating your house and workplace with items using your ground color is another way to bring its influence into your everyday life.

Program Your Aura for a Better Future
All of us hope for a positive future, but how many actually take the necessary action to bring that future into our lives? The sad truth is that the vast majority of people who would like to improve their lives aren't willing to put in the time and effort it takes to reach their goals.
Whether you dream of or pray for a brighter future, without the active work required, you are merely engaged in wishful thinking. By using the technique that follows, you will be moving toward that ideal future.

Aura Programming
1) The first step is to sit in a comfortable position and use the progressive relaxation technique you learned earlier. Once you are completely relaxed, move on to the next step.

2) Next, identify a goal for a specific area of your life. Do you want a better job? How about a healthier body? Would you like to attract someone new into your life, or improve an existing relationship?
Each of these goals must be defined and stated in clear, specific terms in order for you to successfully bring them into your life. It's not enough to merely say "I want to be rich" -- you must define in no uncertain terms exactly what that means to you.

3) The next step is to determine what is needed to reach goal. Do you need additional job skills? What positive actions will you need to take to build a healthier body? Will your present circle of friends and acquaintances be sufficient to meet the person of your dreams, or will you need to cultivate new friends? In any case, identify what resources and energies will be needed to make your vision a reality.

4) Now that you have picked a goal and identified what you will need to bring into your life to realize your goal, visualize what your life will be like once you have achieved your goal. What will you look and feel like once you are successful in finding your dream job? What will you be able to do with your new state of health? How will you spend your time with your new relationship partner?
Project these feelings into the future. What will it be like in 12months, 3 years, 5 years and beyond. Again, be sure to use all of your senses. Make it as real as possible, for this is the key to imprinting your goal into your aura, allowing you access the universal life force for the necessary resources to make your dreams real.

5) Once you have projected your realistic vision of your goal into the future, thank the universe for helping you to make your vision a reality. Slowly open your eyes and write down any thoughts that may have occurred to you during this exercise.
This is a basic yet extremely effective technique that you will be able to use for any area of your life.

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