How to see the aura...
To see the aura for the first time, it is best to begin with someone very familiar and patient.
This exercise is designed to see Aura for the first time and after to practice seeing Auras. The choice of a good viewing condition is crucial: not only will you see the Aura better, but you will also gain confidence about what you see.
1. Place a comfortable stool (not a chair) in front of a very softly and indirectly illuminated simple white background (a white wall or a white bed sheet hung on a wall is perfect). Ask the subject to sit comfortably, with the spine in a straight line, with no slumping.
2. You must now choose only one spot on the subject to look at. The middle of the forehead, just above and between the eyes is ideal. This is a location of the Brow Chakra or the Third Eye. Look, rather “gaze” at this spot for 30 to 60 seconds or longer. Do not force your concentration, just gaze in a relaxed way.
3. After about a minute analyze the surroundings with your peripheral vision, while still looking at the same spot. Do not stop your concentration, keep gazing. Resist the temptation to look around.
You should soon see that the background nearby the person is brighter and has another 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 that one spot will increase your ability to perceive the aura.
Continued practice on a regular basis will only enhance your ability to perceive the aura
Recognition of the Aura
Now, after the above exercise is finished (when you have perceived the aura), close your eyes.
For a brief moment will see the aura only, without the subject. Take note that you have only one or two seconds until the photosensitive cells in your eyes will stop vibrating and sending visual sensations to the brain.
There are other sensors at work here as well, those of a non-physical nature, working in tandem with your nerve cells. Should you not see the aura in this exercise (with your eyes closed), begin again. As in everything, practice makes perfect.
Understanding what you have seen
There is a long-standing argument that what is seen with the eyes closed are simply “after-images” rather than an auric vision.
You can be sure scientists do not have instruments sensitive enough, nor sensors to measure what you have seen, as the physics of spirit are on a totally different scale and spectrum than that of the crude measuring devices in today’s world.
Of interesting note, the afterimages have a precisely the same shape as original images.
You will have noticed that the afterimage of an object surrounded by its Aura is larger than the original image. The increase in such afterimage is due to the vibration of an Aura and actually represents a vignette of the Aura.
Understanding Our True Nature
It can be said our aura is a reflection of our true nature at any given moment.
Our true nature is what is not affected by our habits, stereotypes, manners, and pretending, superficial behavior.
As most people associate themselves to their manners and habits it is very hard, if not impossible, to understand who they really are. A very good way to get an instant insight into their personality seems to be by watching their aura, because the aura shows their true nature, behind any facade of superficial behavior.
Generally, the cleaner and brighter the colors of the aura, the more spiritually advanced are the person is.
Also, it has been discovered that the more uniform the energy distribution in the aura, the healthier and more balanced the person is.
Therefore, recognition of that energy distribution in the Aura may have a great potential of a useful and unique medical diagnostic aid.
Using the guide to the colors found in part 1 of this article, you can begin to gain a real insight to a person’s thoughts, their state of health, and even their true nature.
Understanding aura helps you can a greater understanding not only of others but also your true nature as well.