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Aura Reading

aurareadingWell, for starters, we should talk about what the aura is, and how the various schools of thought view it. The common view of the aura is some sort of glow that surrounds all objects.

The glow may be a visible glow, a feel, a sound, a temperature change - it all depends on whom you ask, since almost everyone senses the aura in different ways. The visual perception of the aura is usually the most sought after method of sensory detection of the aura, and allows the flexibility when working with the aura. Visual perception also tends to be the most difficult method for most people to master as well. Almost everyone is capable of viewing the aura, it is just a matter of training and practice. It is a matter of using a part of natural vision that most people haven't exercised since they were a little kid.

Is the aura real, or something that I imagine?
aura reading_2Contrary to many people's belief, the aura is quite real and viewable - after some practice, it is as easy to view as the text you are reading now. All it needs is a little imagination; then train your eyes for that visual perception. After that, it moves on to combining a few optical illusions with your imagination - and finally, after your eyes are trained, you can easily see it with minimal concentration. Now, the question of validity is something completely different (some people are skeptical). Over the years, many experiments were done in many countries to either prove or disprove the existence of the aura. And much to their surprise those involved could not disprove its existence. Its called Kirlian photography and it was first developed in the Soviet union- a type of picture taken using extremely high power electricity. The experiment placed an object, preferably a live object such as a leaf (live objects tend to have much brighter aura's than stones or metals) on a plate, and photographed the aura surrounding the outside of the object. The pictures did indeed show the aura - then they wanted to see of it was merely electrostatic discharge, so they did something interesting. They took a leaf, and tore it in half seconds before they put it on the plate and photographed it. The surprise for them was that the picture was of half of a leaf, but it had the aura of a whole leaf - even the missing section had a glow in the exact shape it would have been.