Auras seem to be artifacts of our interactions with the rest of creation to manifest whatever we need within our world. Auras are a sort of visual key to knowing the negotiation or mediation processes between our conscious, subconscious and unconscious desires and our collective super-consciousness that is our link with creation whereby all our dreams are made manifest.
When we pray, meditate or day dream our Aura colors be a little 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 kind of experience to coincidence but those among us who are aware of the belief we create our own reality realize that this is not coincidence; instead, those individuals understand that this can be our natural ability to directly manipulate reality, which our company is developing on a degree of our conscious awareness using our feelings and thoughts to steer ourselves.
There exists a real interaction taking place between us and the world around us on a subtle level that could 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 bit work. By imagining we already have the ability to do this we are able to open the way to actually develop this talent in to a great tool in our lives. While imagination might be our first step about this journey, our journey will continue past the limits in our imagination and may manifest in a very real talent that assists us to perceive the planet around ourselves more clearly and also to change this world more deliberately.
I realize that auras appear as colors that move about and in a subject. With any given subject there seem to be many associated colors, usually there are a few particular colors which seem to be dominant. The colours and their forms and motions often alternation in response to my thoughts or even the thoughts of my subject because i am studying them. The interactions of my thoughts using the colors of my subject’s aura help me to to begin to produce a concept of what is going on inside my subject’s life and what they might need to learn.
Typically I have preferred to sketch a portrait of my subject over a roughly textured neutral gray paper with colored pastel pencils. Drawing the actual form of my subject’s face takes about 5 minutes to make a light sketch, meanwhile the action of drawing helps to move me into a more meditative, receptive state of mind where colors begin to become clearer.
If no dominant colors or patterns are apparent i then consider each of the colors in order from red to purple/red in numerous repetitious cycles until I sense a harmony to particular colors commence to emerge. (Some color flash cards or a color wheel can be a great tool for this purpose.)
Considering that the what color is my aura are moving I have to observe them for patterns and intensities and then render a montage from the themes I see so the most striking or important parts are portrayed.
I talk to my subject when i sketch, making suggestions that return responses inside my subject’s aura that helps me to unravel the meanings from the colors and what is probably transpiring within my subject’s life which 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 conscious of or perhaps is seeking to deny.
Light, bright or shining areas of a feeling indicate well being and balance. Sparkling parts represent an anticipation of imminent events.
It is actually easy to see the influences of another person upon my subject as my subject focuses on that person; it may then be apparent what role that other person plays and if they may help or hinder my subject particularly ways.
Like every psychic practice, the reader should always take into account their particular state for being and should take care not to project details that belongs to them life into the reading presented to an issue.
My paper tablet gets to be a special window for me. On one side I contain myself so as not to contaminate a few things i see through my window. The life of my subject appears to me through my paper tablet. The window of my paper tablet assists me to maintain the focus of my reading upon my subject while inhibiting me from interjecting a reading for myself into the process.
In case you are not artistically adept you might still use the paper tablet and colored pencils, rather than striving to produce a likeness of the subject’s physical features dispense with the portrait preamble and instead doodle while you study your subject until the inspiration comes to begin reading their aura.
My own favorite blend of colors is Green and Purple. Those two colors in combination represent Art in the Magick sense and inventive activities including writing or painting inside the more mundane aspect. Typically this color combination is accented with Gold or Yellow. This is the property through which the Art or art speaks to us, transforming us.
The opportunity of Art (Magick) within the action of drawing a portrait is very strong. Your reader may act as a healer and may attempt to downplay a theme which may be connected with pain or suffering while playing up themes of happiness and spiritual advancement. But it is necessary to guide the topic when applying any Art, for the lesson from the pending hardship may be required through the subject and also the lesson must still manifest within their life in some form. Typically this kind of lesson is replayed repeatedly in a subjects life; so instruction could be drawn using their past, to ensure that they may finally ‘get it’ and dispense with the necessity for many further repetitions of any lesson which might become potentially harmful or unpleasant in general.
The effective use of Art rarely prevents another cycle of this repetitious lesson from playing out, nevertheless it may ameliorate the next cycle for some great or small degree and the subject may be better able to study from the next repetition of their lesson if the reader has properly prepared these to perceive and understand their lesson.
To begin with your very own exploration of auras get some crayons plus some rough neutral paper. The backs of brown paper shopping bags are extremely great for this. You can utilize photographs, objects around your house, pets, plants or nljsii when your subject. Monochrome photographs are particularly great for this sort of exercise. Place your subject against a neutral background including a vacant white wall. Study your subject round the edges, should it be someone, pay particular attention to the crown chakra where energy channel is frequently strongest. (You may even try directly observing a subject’s chakras.)
Personally, I find the edges of any subject’s profile are the most useful places to begin seeing the interplay of colored light that emanates from the inside them. If you think the thing is nothing, then imagine your opinion you could see if you might see auras. Take notes with the colored pencils and then try to associate your thoughts using the Chakra colors as you take notes. You can do this just by using the color crayon that seems best suited to you to create your ideas with. You are not essential to organize your perceptions as a picture. Sometimes a thought may have one strong color and many associated colors. You are able to loosely overwrite whatever you have written with similar words in a different color if this seems appropriate, or you may find new words emerge as you pick a new color in connection to something you have already written or drawn.
Just allow this to occur; don’t get too associated with how you accomplish this or what you might like to know about a subject. Instead, open your heart and mind to each tiniest thought and feeling and follow these wherever they may lead you.