aura noun | au-ra
- An invisible emanation or field of energy believed to radiate from a person or object.
- A distinctive but intangible quality that seems to surround a person or thing; an atmosphere: An aura of defeat pervaded the candidate's headquarters.
eading auras is not easy, but I do feel that everyone has the ability to read auras. Practice makes perfect! Have you ever looked at those hidden pictures where you must stare and relax your eyes, and then suddenly the image lifts off the paper? Well, reading auras is a similar experience.
As I started to engage in the practice throughout the week I found that one of the challenges was that the person you are trying to read needs to be against a neutral (white ideally) wall. I am sure as you strengthen your ability to read auras this won’t be a requirement, but in the beginning, it is crucial to effectively see the color.
In my last post, I wrote about the energy I pick up from other people. You should be able to detect other people’s energy before you start trying to read aura’s. Stay relaxed and open to how you feel in the presence of other people.
If you are interested in trying to read auras try following these easy steps and see if they work:
1. Position the person or object in front of a pale backdrop.
2. Make sure you feel relaxed and centered.
3. Close your eyes and focus on the energy of the person or object.
4. Open your eyes and gaze at the person, do not focus on the person – this goes back to the image popping off the page – it’s almost as if you are looking through someone.
5. Begin to move your gaze around the person, making sure your breath stays relaxed.
6. Concentrate on the color that radiates around the person/object.
I realize that this sounds sterile and it is because this is the beginning. I am hopeful that after practice I will be able to read someone’s aura without even thinking about it. Try practicing this and next week we will go deeper into the colors and the benefits of being able to read someone’s aura. Keep in mind that this is new to me, so I don’t have all the answers, but am open to sharing my journey in the hope that it will help you along your own path.