Want to see your aura? Serious only please.?
Source: Thiaoouba Try the exercise and post your results.
Seeing the Aura
This exercise is designed to see Aura for the first time and/or practice seeing Auras. Choosing good conditions is important: not only you see the Aura better, but also to gain a confidence about what you see.
Situate the person in front of a very softly illuminated PLAIN WHITE background. A color background will change Aura colors, so you need additional knowledge about combining colors. Some combinations of background and Aura colors may cause misinterpretation problems.
Choose ONE SPOT to look at. The middle of the forehead is VERY GOOD. This is a location of so called Brow Chakra or the Third Eye. In some cultures (India) they put a mark on a forehead. Such a mark in ancient times could mean the invitation to look and see the Aura.
Look at this spot for 30 to 60 seconds or longer
After 30 seconds analyze surroundings with your peripheral vision, while still looking at the same spot. Continuing the concentration is most important. Resist temptation to look around. You should see that the background nearby the person is brighter and has a DIFFERENT color than the background further away. This is your own perception of the Aura. The longer you concentrate, the better you will see it. Remember, concentration on one spot increases your sensitivity by accumulating the effect of the Aura vibration reaching your eyes.
Please post the result of your exercise, if any. Thanks
Wow. Thank you everyone for your responses and willingness to try. Autumn, here are just a few interpretations of the colors you mentioned. Deep Red: Grounded, realistic, active, strong will-power, survival-oriented.
Muddied red: Anger (repelling)
Clear red: Powerful, energetic, competitive, sexual, passionate
Pink-bright and light: Loving, tender, sensitive, sensual, artistic, affection, purity, compassion; new or revieved romantic relationship. Can indicate clairaudience.
I tried it on myself using a mirror. Does that count? The background did get much brighter and I saw pinkish/redish. What does that mean? (Thanks for the post, I’ve always wanted to try this but didn’t know how)
What is going on with me?
Ever since the start of my xmas holidays, I’ve lost a lot of weight and I’ve only been doing moderate exercise, eating healthy, etc. I’ve also had chest pain, tiredness (I always need naps), itchy insides of my ears so much so I’ll scratch really hard and it still itches like mad, hair loss, sore dry throat, breathlessness, twitching/muscle spasms, trouble swallowing food (especially meats, such as chicken, beef, lamb, etc.), my legs constantly are numb, feelings of weakness, blurred vision/blind spots on my eye and aching joints. I’m going for a blood test tomorrow to see if somethings going on, people at school notice somethings different about me, that I’m not quite right. In a few days I went from 50kg to 48kg, without even exercising, although I am eating a very good diet. What do you think could be wrong? It’s so weird.
Hey, I understand the problems and frustration you’ve gone through when trying to lose weight, as I have a friend who is in the same situation as you. Nothing worked for him until he came across ‘The Diet Solution Program’. He’s been having great success with it, maybe this is something which could work for you.
Well, good luck!
I need help determining the sickness I might have. What could it be?
I really need help determining what’s wrong. I’m 16, 5″2, and I am very well in shape. I exercise and get my 9 hours of sleep, all that jazz.
I wasn’t born with any disorders or health defects other than ADHD.
I take 30mg of Dexedrine capsule to help me focus when needed, which is only once every few days. I have never experienced anything negative while on the medication.
I don’t have high cholesterol. I have a pretty decent immune system,
and it is extremely rare that I ever get this sick.
Tonight, I walked to the movie rental place with my buddy. After about 10 minutes of looking around, I started to feel odd.
I was sweating like crazy and my body felt like a furnace.
It wasn’t anxiety.
It only worsened within the next 5 minutes or so,
and I started feeling like I wasn’t getting enough oxygen no matter
how deeply I breathed.
I decided to sit outside of the store and wait for him.
I didn’t feel too much better but the fresh air was relieving.
When he came out of the store we walked about a block away to the
mall so we could buy a movie from HMV.
After being in HMV for a few minutes I started feeling sweaty again with the same feeling of overheating.
However it was much worse, and my vision started getting a bit blurry.
It felt like my insides kept getting hotter and the hotter I got the more blurry my vision was.
It was average temperature in the building.
I started to feel really dizzy and eventually nauseous.
After my bud bought the movie I told him I needed to go outside. A few seconds after being outside I gagged but didn’t puke. I sat down on a ledge and my stomach started feeling really sick.
At the same time that my stomach was feeling sick, (like the kind of sick when you have a stomach flu), My left leg was also feeling very sick, it’s difficult to explain. Around my knee felt painful but also like there was a stomach ache in my knee.
Pain started bugging me a bit in random places only on my left side.
I still felt nauseous but didn’t puke or anything because I felt that if I was to puke, I wouldn’t be able to walk back home.
My bud called someone to pick us up and bring us back, and now we’re at home, but I still feel nauseous and like I can’t breathe,
and my leg and stomach are still having the weird sick feeling. I don’t have a headache but I did have an eye ache just before we walked to the video store.
This is all accompanied by a fever.
What really worries me is that when I feel this sick, I sometimes have seizures (I am not epileptic though). I really don’t want that to happen especially since my mother is not home right now.
This is what I need help with:
-Does anybody know of any possible explanation for these symptoms?
-What else should I be looking for?
You need to measure your body temperature, sounds like a fever and if your body temperature exceeds 104 Fahrenheit you can risk brain damage.
Wikipedia has an entry about excessive body temperature – fever of unknown origin:
You might have mononucleosis
Infectious mononucleosis (mono)
This one is extremely serious, sepsis is a general term for a whole-body inflammation.
Septicemia is the term for blood poisoning.
This can kill you, this requires emergency medical response.
If this is what you have, your youth and strength are keeping you alive for now, but you can’t recover on your own, this kind of illness attacks all the organs in the body at the same time.
Have someone take you to an emergency room.
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