The ability to see auras can be an exciting and fun experience. The possibilities are endless and it can play an important role in your spiritual and emotional health. Luckily, you don’t have to be a psychic to read an aura and see their colors.
In this guide, I’m going to cover 5 different methods for seeing an aura and reading their energies. So let’s get started!
Table of Contents
- 1 How To Read Auras For Beginners
- 2 Now You’re Ready to Read Auras
- 3 The History of Reading Auras
- 4 The Science of Auras
How To Read Auras For Beginners
Using technology to see an aura may be an easy route, but most people have neither the access to the necessary technology nor the funds to view their aura and the auras of those around them. This does not mean that they have to go their whole lives never knowing what their aura looks like and says about them; it simply means that they have to work a little bit harder and tap into their third eye a little bit more.
It is totally possible to see an aura without the aid of technology, and it’s really not even that difficult with a little practice. Here are some basic aspects and tricks that can make auras easier to see:
- Using a different point of view
This all may seem confusing at first, but with a little explanation, it does not have to be overwhelming or even difficult to grasp.
Method 1: Sensing An Aura
The best way to begin seeing auras is to practice sensing them. Start paying attention to how someone makes you feel when you’re in their presence. What physical sensations or gut reactions do you get when being around them? Do you feel:
Now think about what aura colors you would attach to this individual. What color would you best describe their energy? As you continue to practice seeing auras, the colors will become easier and easier to identify.
Method 2: Developing Peripheral Vision
Since our peripheral vision has healthier photosensitive cells than the central part part of our retina, it can be easier to call on it to help see aura colors. One exercise that you can try doing is to concentrate on a single spot for about 45 seconds and allow your gaze to soften.
Take notice of the objects outside of your direct sight. When you practice this technique, there is no need to stress or strain, as that will only cause anxiety inside the brain. Make sure to keep your breathing normal while practicing to develop your peripheral vision. Once your peripheral vision gets stronger, you will be able to see auras much more easily than before.
Method 3: Identifying Colors
Color is one of the most major aspects of an aura. It is the part of an aura that is the easiest to see as well as to read. Taking note of the presence – or absence – of color in someone’s aura is the best way to hone one’s ability to see and read auras.
The best news about reading and understanding the colors of someone or something’s aura is that it’s actually relatively easy to practice. All you will need is:
- A neutrally lit and colored room
- Brightly colored construction paper
If you take a piece of the construction paper and tape it to the far wall of the room, then you can practice finding the aura colors and understanding what the color means. A large part of this is following your response to how the color makes you feel. When you are looking at the paper, take note of the pale color that is being cast off it – this is an aura.
Method 4: Practice Reading The Aura of A Friend
You can always start with plants as well, but when you’re ready to try this on people, make sure to get their permission first.
- Ask your friend to stand about 15 inches directly in front of you against a neutral-colored wall.
- Now look at the wall (not your friend), and see if you can sense their energy field.
- Softly gaze through her body and at the wall surrounding her.
- Now ask the aura to show its true colors to you. Pay attention to your vision as well as any colors that you may sense.
- If you’ve been able to see their aura, now try to make it more difficult by asking your friend to move around slowly. Now see if you can still see the same aura colors or if they have gone away or changed.
- Another fun thing to try is put on some funky music and see if the colors of their aura changes at all.
Method 5: Practice on Your Self
Now that you’ve developed your skill of reading auras, it’s time to practice on yourself! This is probably going to be a little bit more challenging, but it is a great way to practice strengthening your own psychic abilities.
- Begin by sitting in a calm space and clearing your mind of distractions.
- To get access to see your own aura, make sure to set an intention before you start.
- Activate the energy between your two hands by rubbing them together until you get the sense of being magnetized to each other.
- Lastly, see if you can see a color by focusing your attention between the palms. Do you see a thread of energy? Do you get a physical sense of color?
Now You’re Ready to Read Auras
Understanding and practicing how to see auras can be an invaluable tool in one’s life. Using the energy of those that one surrounds oneself with as a guide to whether they are having a positive or negative impact on one’s life is a great way to keep positive, happy, and on the track towards enlightenment.
The History of Reading Auras
Representations of auras in art and literature throughout history spans different cultures and time periods. Although regarded differently in various cultures, the root of the idea of what an aura is and what it represents has remained largely the same.
One culture that has always been rich with representations of auras is Egyptian culture, which depicted auras as a spiritual energy that could be read and decoded in order to understand a person better. There are many artistic representations of auras in Egyptian culture.
There are also cultures in which the spiritual energy that we now know as an aura is called by a different name. Highly spiritual religions such as Hindu have used the concept of the aura to represent those who have reached spiritual enlightenment, calling it the “thousand-petaled lotus of light.” In China, an aura is known as “Chi,” in India, “Prana.”
However, no matter the name, it is all the same thing: the aura. While in the past the aura was more of an aspect of spirituality than a quantifiable thing, advances in modern science have allowed us to see auras better than ever before.
The Science of Auras
Today, there are many different scientific methods with which to view and measure one’s aura. Auras are understood to be the electromagnetic field that is surrounding a living being, which many believe casts off a color that can be read and analyzed in order to better understand someone.
These electromagnetic radiations that surround living beings often say more about their state of mind and their presence than that person or thing can say about themselves. Auras are a reflection of our conscious activity and can be seen with the naked eye.
The aura is a field of energy that emits off one’s body about two to three feet. This span is often referred to as an “auric egg.” The auric egg says a lot about a person’s personality, mood, and even health level, and it is most commonly viewed and read in terms of the colors that it casts.
The most popular method of seeing an aura, perhaps, is Kirlian photography. These photographs use a special development method in order to expose one’s aura in the picture, and they are quickly becoming one of the most popular ways by which to see and analyze one’s aura. Kirlian photographs are developed on a plate through which high-frequency electric currents are passed, exposing one’s aura in the photo development process.
But if one finds themselves without the means and technology to read an aura, that does not mean that they are without hope. There are many ways to see an aura with the naked eye, one just has to learn what they are.