How to See Your Aura
To see and read an aura you need two things. The first is vision - using your eyes to physically make out the aura. The second is intuition - using your sixth sense to interpret what you observe.
The retina contains rod cells and cone cells which filter the light and determine color and shape.
The retina converts the light into electrical impulses to the brain which are carried by the optic nerve.
The brain then recognizes the colors and shapes and interprets them as vision.
You can train your eyes to perceive an aura by looking at your hand. Keep your focus on the outline of your hand and you will begin to see a milky white outline.
This is the physical layer of your aura, the closest layer to your skin and the first layer that most people make out.
Because intuition is different from person to person, I will explain this using my own experience.
When I first saw auras, I thought my eyes were tricking me. Then as the visual phenomenon persisted and I was cleared from any medical problem, I began to wonder if there was a deeper reason.
I researched color and meanings which are of some help as a starting point when interpreting an aura.
But I found that as I would settle into observing someone's aura, my intuition would rise up and become my dominant guide.
Fixing my vision on an aura allows my thinking brain to go on auto-pilot and my intuition steps in to decode the images.
So, while I am visually perceiving the color and patterns of a person's aura I am also hearing whispers from their guidance and witnessing little movie clips of their life. I might also feel pangs and pains as well as emotions such as happiness or dread.
It can be overwhelming, which is why it is important to take regular breaks and allow the mind, body and soul to rest a while.
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