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Aura Analysis: How Does It Work?
You may have heard people, mostly those who are very spiritual, mention aura before. But, you may have no idea what they are talking about. What exactly is aura and how does one go about analysing an aura?
Everybody has an aura. To put it simply, aura is an invisible light, a glow that surrounds every living thing. Its strength and colour is said to represent your personality, mood and possibly even your health. While there is no scientific evidence to prove that your aura can reveal your conscious or unconscious patterns, many believe that aura is an unmistakable energy force.
They believe that your aura, if analysed correctly, can tell you a lot about yourself — some of the things you may already know, but others are yet to be discovered, even by you. It is all about energy and reading the energy that your body sends out to the universe. This energy analysis is said to help you identify the unique traits of your personality and focus on utilising your stronger points.
Reading and analysing aura is not as simple as it may sound. Although the energy force is there, not everyone can physically see it. Some may sense an aura, but without a proper aura analysis, which is carried out by a trained professional using special tools, identifying your aura image is not possible.
Aura analysts are able to identify and translate this energy through an aura photograph. The first aura photograph was taken in 1891 by Nicola Testla. This unique photo is taken using a special camera, which is linked up to a set of hand sensors. When having an aura photograph taken, the subject places his or her hands on the sensors, while looking at the camera.
These sensors are connected to the camera and send out data, which is then decoded by the camera, translating the energy into colours. The camera produces a double exposed photograph, which clearly shows an image of the subject being analysed as well as their relevant colours and the strength and layers of those colours.
The aura analyst uses this information from the photograph, together with knowledge of colour analysing to identify the energy reflected by the subject. The colour identified on the aura photograph may be a mixed combination of colours, which the analyst will identify as layers.
Various regions of the body can be analysed using an aura photograph, specifically:
Centre: The centre is classified as the area around your head and this colour identifies and describes your unique personality.
Right: The right side represents expressed energy. Although this area is described as the right side in an aura photograph, it is in fact the colour on the left side of your body.
Left: The left side represents energy entering the body.
In addition to these positions, certain regions of the body are further analysed including the throat, the heart, the solar plexus area, the reproductive area and the root area.The throat: The colour surrounding the throat area represents verbal energy and can identify how easily you are able to express yourself verbally.
The heart: The colour surrounding the heart region represents feelings either to yourself or to those around you. It can help to identify how you deal with relationships, love and compassion.
The solar plexus: The aura colour around the solar plexus is associated with the central vibrations of being, and also with money and power. This is also your self-esteem centre.
The reproductive area: The colour surrounding your reproductive area represents your creativity and your attitude towards life as well as the ability to interact and socialise with other human beings.
The root area: The colour surrounding your root area represents your material reality, and the physical plane.
Author: Dimi Ingle
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