Auras appear to be artifacts of our interactions with all of the rest of creation to manifest what we need in our world. Auras are a sort of visual key to understanding the negotiation or mediation processes between our conscious, subconscious and unconscious desires and our collective super-consciousness which is our link with creation whereby all our dreams are made manifest.|
When we pray, meditate or day dream our auras become more highly charged and we may discover our prayers are answered, our thoughts have transformed into reality, or our dreams have come true. We often attribute this sort of experience to coincidence but those among us who are familiar with the belief that we create our own reality understand that this is not coincidence; instead, those people know that this is our natural ability to directly manipulate reality, which we are developing on a level of our conscious awareness using our thoughts and feelings to guide ourselves.
There is a real interaction taking place between us and the world around us on a subtle level that may be perceived by developing the talent to see auras. Everyone has this talent; it is an innate part of who and what we are. However, developing this talent to a degree where we may consciously perceive and study auras may take a little work. By imagining we already have the ability to do this we can open the way to actually develop this talent into a useful tool in our lives. While imagination may be our first step on this journey, our journey will continue beyond the limits of our imagination and may manifest in a very real talent that helps us to perceive the world around ourselves more clearly and to change this world more deliberately.
I find that auras appear as colors that move about and within a subject. With any given subject there appear to be many associated colors, usually there are a few particular colors which appear to be dominant. The colors and their forms and motions often change in response to my thoughts or the thoughts of my subject as I am studying them. The interactions of my thoughts with the colors of my subject’s aura help me to begin to develop an idea of what is going on in my subject"s life and what they may need to learn.
Each color or combination of colors seems to have its own theme, as follows:
Red ------------------ Vitality, Energy, the number 1
Red/Orange ------- Physical Activity, Vigor, the number 4
Orange ------------- Organization, Thought, the number 4
Orange/Yellow --- Social Activity, Joy, the number 3
Yellow -------------- Communication, Speech, the number 3
Yellow/Green ----- Healing Activity, Sickness, the number 7
Green --------------- Creativity, Health, the number 6
Green/Blue -------- Nurturing, Caring, the number 6
Blue ----------------- Devotion, Love, the number 2
Blue/Purple ------- Learning, Spirituality, the number 8
Purple -------------- Wisdom, Compassion, the number 9
Purple/Red -------- Potential, Abrupt Change (often accidents or danger), the number 5
Note: The colors form a spiral or circle and return to red at this point.
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The following are some special exceptions to the colors I most often see in auras.
BROWN ----------- Confusion, Opposition, Conflict, the number 5
CLEAR ------------- An exceptionally spiritual being, spirit guides, the number 9
WHITE ------------- Influence of very spiritual beings, guidance, the number 7
GREY -------------- Influence of a less spiritual being, bureaucracy, the number 8
BLACK ------------- A being indulging in harm to other beings, domination, the number 2
Note: The numbers ascribed to each color are loosely associated with their Numerological meanings. Tarot-logical and Astrological associations may also be ascribed to each color.
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Typically I have preferred to sketch a portrait of my subject on a roughly textured neutral gray paper with colored pastel pencils. Drawing the underlying form of my subject’s face takes about five minutes to create a light sketch, meanwhile the act of drawing helps to move me into a more meditative, receptive state of mind where the colors begin to become clearer.
If no dominant colors or patterns are apparent then I consider each of the colors in order from red to purple/red in several repetitious cycles until I sense a harmony to particular colors begin to emerge. (A set of color flash cards or a color wheel can be a useful tool for this purpose.)
Since the colors are moving I must observe them for patterns and intensities and then render a montage of the themes I see so that the most striking or important parts are portrayed.
I talk to my subject as I sketch, making suggestions that return responses in my subject"s aura which helps me to unravel the meanings of the colors and what is most likely transpiring in my subject"s life that is being displayed in the aura.
Dark or clouded parts of an aura typically represent secrets or information my subject is repressing. Often these are things my subject is painfully aware of or is trying to deny.
Light, bright or shining parts of an aura indicate well being and balance.
Sparkling parts represent an anticipation of imminent events.
Author Bio :
Greg Gourdian is a member of Gharveyn, a collective of people sharing one body. Members have many different skills and personalities. We tell many strange tales regarding our spiritual journeys. Greg is our best writer.Experience includes working as a psychic reader. We teach Metaphysics & Parapsychology, Sociology, Psychology, Tarot and Alchemy, and more… Our Spiritual Counseling work specializes in helping people disoriented by Spiritual Awakenings. We promote Love, Peace, Compassion and Nurture. Namaste, Blog: http://tangledintime.blogspot.com, Home: http://greg.gourdian.googlepages.com/home
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