Did I just see my friend’s aura?
I have been trying to learn how to see auras for the last couple of days. I have been doing eye exercises to train my eyes and this morning I was practicing with a friend of mine. I put her in front of a white wall and concentrated of her brow chakra and after a minute or two I could see a shiny outline around her head. It was in my peripheral vision and when I tried to shift my focus to look at it, it went away. I could get a good enough look to say what color it was but I THINK it was kinda bluish purple with green and yellow around it. It kinda looked like a puddle of water in a parking lot that has gasoline in it or whatever causes that iridescent sheen. If you know what I’m talking about. Anyway, I’m excited! Did I see her aura? And if that’s what it was, what do those colors mean?
You did see her aura! Congratulations. Blue means relaxed, or at ease. Green is at peace with nature, and purple is spiritual. However it depends on the shade of the color. Yellow is happiness.
Very sudden decline in vision? Should I be worried? (im only 14)?
In about a year and a half, my vision has gone from -2.75 in both eyes to -4 in one eye and -4.25 in the other. My opthamologist said this was very strange because i have not had any growth spurts or anything like that. He has requested i get a blood work up and be sure to have my bloodsugar checked. I am not sure if this is relevant but i have also been having stomach aches lately. I was sick on sunday and monday with what I thought was the stomach flu but I have not been able to eat anything sense then without getting an upset stomach. Last night, my stomach randomly started hurting so bad i was ready to cry. A little back-round info about me (im not sure if it will be helpful): I am just under 5ft 9 and i weigh about 105lb. I have always been tall and slim. I started wearing glasses in 3rd grade and then started wearing contacts last fall. I have gotten a few migraines before but not recently. I don’t eat the most healthy diet (i eat a lot of sugar and crap) but i get quite a bit of exercise (i ride horses and i am starting rugby). I drink A LOT of water and i normally have a pretty good appetite (i just have super high metabolism). Also, i have mitral valve prolapse but it has not caused any problems for me. My cardiologist considered the idea that i might have Marfan syndrome but that was ruled out two years ago. Any ideas about why my vision declined so quickly? Anything I should be worried about?…I will add to this if anyone has other questions. Thanks!
If your ophthalmologist recommends lab testing for diabetes and such, there may be other reasons beyond what you’ve stated here why he thinks you need a work up. I can’t think of why your stomach aches could be related to your increase in nearsightedness, but it does sound like you need to get it checked by a doctor. Drinking lots of water is one of several symptoms that may indicate diabetes.
That said, based on your prescription alone, and the change that you report has occurred over a year and a half, there is a very real possibility (probability) that it is completely normal. Folks who are nearsighted tend to get more nearsighted through the teenage years and usually stabilize in the late teens/early twenties. Some years there may be small changes, but some years there may be big changes. Overall, 1 to 1.5 diopters of change is not unusual for someone your age with your prescription. I see this all the time in my practice and try to prepare young patients and their parents that the magnitude of their nearsightedness will increase as they grow.
Upper foreskin of the eye enlargement? Accompanied by risen temperature and occasional headaches.?
My right eye‘s upper foreskin is bigger than that of my left eye‘s.
I’ve recently been having my vision turn blurry for a few seconds before it adjusts, near-sight and far-sight. My eyes feel uncomfortable, generally. My head hurts slightly once in a while and I think I might be lagging (short pause, like ‘FPS’).
Short information: I’m a male of 17. Don’t exercise (much), don’t smoke. Rarely drink.
Well, I guess this is as much as I can say for now. Thanks, Yahoo members. Good day. *Goes to watch Sliders*
You may simply have a swollen eyelid. I sleep on my right side and when I awake in the morning I have slight swelling in my right eyelid. It goes away as the day wears on.
You could be rubbing your eye which can cause swelling, or allergies can do it. If you are a computer geek, or play lots of computer games, you could be suffering from eye strain which will cause the blurred vision.
Just some info for you to think about.
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