Every person’s body has an aura (light). All living things have auras. Even nonliving things have auras. Physicists refer to the aura as a field, a space which contains active magnetic or electrical lines. The aura of the human body is the qi field of the body. Some individuals are born with the ability to see auras. Others are able to see auras with qigong training, as well as after a session of meditation. With the ability to see human auras, it is possible to understand the workings in the human body. Depending on the colors and the intensity of the aura around the individual, the condition of the individual can be deciphered.
With the ability to see auras, one can also decipher the depth of another person’s energy cultivation. The aura of Laozi was described as purple. The auras of Sakyamuni Buddha and Avalokiteshvara (Guan Yin) were described as a ring with multiple radiating colors. Drawings of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary also showed auras. Indian yogis, Chinese Daoist and Buddhist cultivators all have large beautiful auras.
Practice 1. Find an area that is light in the front and dark in the back. Point your fingers toward each other without touching. Move your fingers horizontally apart or up or down while concentrating on your finger tips. With practice you will be able to see beams of light extending from your finger tips. The beams of light from one hand will interact with the beams from the other hand, connecting and shearing apart as you move them.
Practice 2. Place your hands in a lighted area with your fingers pointing at the dark area. Relax your entire body and get into a meditative state. Half close your eyes and look at the light (area) emitting from the tip of your fingers. You may be able to see different colors of light extending from your fingers. Practice as often as you can. When you are able to see the aura with your eyes half closed, then look at the aura without closing your eyes halfway.
Practice 3. Practice looking at people’s heads. It will be easier to see people’s auras when they are standing in a lighted area with a dark background. First look with your eyes half closed, then open your eyes completely. You may be able to see different colors of light around people’s heads. Some people’s auras can extend all the way up to the roof. With practice you will notice the auras all around people’s bodies.
- Practice everyday to develop your ability to see auras.
- Generally speaking, white and silver auras on an individual indicate good health. A gray aura is an indication of illness. The darker the tint of gray, the more serious the illness. When the color has become black, it indicates a severe condition.
- Qigong practitioners and people who meditate regularly have very strong auras. Their aura may be silver-white, yellow, blue, green, gold, purple, or a combination of these colors. Sometimes the aurea may be etheric, like fog. People with qigong training can develop their ability to see auras much easier.