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Aura Visualization: A Lost Art

A human radiating energy or aura is a colored radiation said to provide the idea of your spiritual and emotional well-being. 

Esoterically, when someone points to an “aura,” they are referring to the invisible spirit realm surrounding all living things. "Any living thing has an aura." The distinctive colors of your aura are thought to provide insight into your emotional and spiritual well-being. It is not always possible to see the colors of the aura with the naked eye, we can feel it. It’s like how some people emit a high warm and friendly vibe (or bad energy) even before they say a word; that is an aura at work. 

Aura is part of your body that radiates constantly 

Every living human has an aura radiating around them. Other living things, such as trees, flowers, or animals, can also have an aura around them. The monks who practice the subtle art of spirituality to gain the true inner peace and guidance of their path to the nirvana claim that they can not only visualize the aura, but determine the color of the aura and describe the relation of the aura’s color with the spirituality of the person. There are seven color auras, which are described with the characteristics is shows of the spirituality of the person. Your aura is connected to these tantras, and is made up of previously used auric layers. Knowing which colors correspond to which tantra can help you in interpreting what your aura tells you. 

  • Red: Your tantra roots vibrate when the color is red. It's under your spinal column, to add to your basic issues such as who you are, your home, your job, visible power, sexual power and your values. If your aura contains red, it basically means you are working from a stable base. 

  • Orange: The color orange is associated with your basic tantra, which is found in your lower abdomen. It contains the first strength of the emotional body, intelligence, the ability to reach out to others in relationships and sexual power. If your aura is orange, it shows that you are actually equally emotional and exploited under a heavy garment. He is independent and honest. 

  • Yellow: Your soul’s tantra connects yellow. This tantra is a few inches above the button of your abdomen. It resides in your personality, your energy, your identity, and your emotions. It is a definition of who you are and the world. Yellow means talented, curious, and optimistic.  

  • Green: These colors are related to your heart's tantra. No wonder your heart’s tantra is all about love - you and others. It involves empathy and the power of forgiveness, while accessing to the enlightened mind and peace. People with these colors tend to be more sympathetic, kind, and loving. 

  • Blue: Blue is the color of your throat tantra. It's your way of expressing yourself, because of who you are, you say what you want and you speak for yourself and others. Blue means intelligent and empathetic.  

  • Purple and violet: The purple color of the aura is related to the tantra in your third eye, which you may be familiar with once you have practiced yoga. It's found above your physical eyes in the center of your forehead. It is the idea of all that you wish to create, the seat of your mind. You may find that you have some kind of magical power and are very accurate. 

  • White: White auras are surprisingly rare. It is your crown tantra, placed over your head, vibrates in this color. It's a connection to all of this, Unity, and an understanding that we're all connected. 

  • Black: If your aura appears dark, it is a signal that you may be clinging to other negative thoughts and emotions, blocking the flow of energy through your tantra. 

 

Mastering to visualize aura 

This skill to visualize aura requires practice, concentration, and patience. All the qualities that people have not yet acquired. Most of us have a laid-back procrastinating attitude when it comes to learning new skills. The ability to learn auras can take a lot of time or become a very easy skill to learn from others. It depends entirely on your resilience, your persistence, and your approach. 

 
 

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