Beginer's Guide to Seeing Auras
This is a follow up to my previous article, "How to See the Quantum Energy Field." That post was strictly focused on the energy out in the environment, the radio waves or the fuzzy patterns of energy. I bet you found that when you accomplished the goal of that exercise and indeed saw this energy, you were most likely reminded of how you saw the world when you were a child. Click here to read the previous article.
Today we will still be looking to see energy, after all, we are all made of energy, and it can never be destroyed, it can only change form. Our aura is just another layer of energy that surrounds us. So, it makes sense that we can see auras, however faint they might be to the human eye.
My favorite part of these exercises is the spacing-out-to-see part. Just like we did in exercise #1, we are going to look slightly beyond our focal point and stare as if we were daydreaming or entirely spacing out. We will keep our gaze soft and look slightly beyond the person. When starting out, it's best to have your subject standing in front of a white wall.
If you are good at staring off into space, maybe when you are tired, or bored, or plain daydreaming you will be great at this! Below are the directions to see energy. Warning: May Change the Way You See and Experience the World in which we love.
1). To start, list off 15-20 things you are grateful for. It helps to raise your vibration and get you into a grateful and receptive state
2). Do some long, deep & slow meditative breathes. Breathe in for five counts, hold for three counts, and breathe out for five counts. Take your time, it is through our breathe that we oxygenate our cells, send signals to our nervous system to relax, and to open the portals that help us to experience this energy viewing. Repeat this pattern of breathing at least five times.
3). Feel your body relax. Go from your head into your heart space. Simply close your eyes, visualize the doors to your heart, push them open and cross the threshold…. bring all of your awareness to your heart center and listen for the sound of your heartbeat.
4). Now ask your subject (a friend, or family member) to stand or sit in front of a white wall. Make sure the lighting isn’t too bright or too dark.
5). Don't strain your eyes or stare intently; soften the gaze as if you are spacing out. When we have a soft gaze, we allow things to come to us.
6). What you are looking for is an energy that radiates off of your subject. It is often 3-5 inches above their head. Then once you are comfortable noticing the energy that radiates, with a soft gaze and spacing-out-to-see approach, look for a color. Chances are it will be very faint. The first color you see is the correct one. Often, they are yellow, blue, green, violet or indigo.
7). Once you are good at seeing the colors of an aura, remember it will be faint and subtle, get your hands on a copy of Pam Oslie’s, Life Colors. She is the world’s expert in auras, and it's fascinating how each of us has our own personalities or traits that are associated with our aura colors.
Please respond below to tell me how your practice in seeing the unseeable is going for you. I can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org