Thursday, July 28, 2011
The Aura Part 1
The human is the energy field that surrounds the physical body. It surrounds you in all directions. It is three dimensional. In a healthy individual, it makes an elliptical or egg shape about the body. It is said that the auras of the ancient masters could extend outward from the body for several miles. It is often believed that this is one of the reasons they could draw such large numbers of followers in any area where they traveled. It is worth noting that a common depiction of many masters included the halo, a portion of the aura that is most easily seen by the average individual.
Everyone has an aura. Everyone has already seen or experienced the auric fields of others. The problem is that most people ignore the experience or chalk it up to something that it is not. Mystics from all parts of the world speak of seeing lights around people's heads, but you do not have to be a mystic to see the aura. Anyone can learn to see and experience the aura more effectively. There is nothing magical about the process. It involves recognizing it for what it is and not ignoring the experience. It simply involves a little understanding, time, practice and perseverance. Children are very good at seeing and experiencing the aura. Those experiences are often translated into their drawings. Around the figures, they will shade in unusual and different colors. These colors often reflect the subtle energies they have observed around what they are drawing.
Have You Experienced the Auric Energy Field?
1-- When you are around some people do you feel drained?
2-- Do you associate certain colors with people?
3-- Have you ever felt when someone was staring at you?
4-- Have you ever had an instant liking or disliking for someone?
5-- Have you ever been able to sense how someone is feeling, in spite of how the person was acting?
6-- Have you ever been able to sense another person’s presence before you actually heard or saw this person?
7-- do certain sounds, colors and fragrances make you feel more comfortable or uncomfortable?
8-- Do electrical storms (thunderstorms) make you nervous or edgy?
9-- Do you feel that some people excite or energize you more than others?
10-- Have you ever walked into a room and tightened up, fidgeted or felt angry? Do some rooms make you want to stay or leave?
11-- Have you ever ignored or shoved aside a first impression of someone, only to find that it bears itself out eventually?
12-- Are some rooms more comfortable or enjoyable to be in then others? Do you notice the difference from one room to the next? Did you ever notice how your brother’s/sister’s room felt different than yours? How about your parent’s or children?
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you have experienced the interplay of an outside energy field upon your own aura.
From Ted Andrews’ How to See & Read the Aura
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