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    Quote Originally Posted by phthalocyanine View Post
    amargith, what sense do you get from me? for once i would like to be on the other side of the reading..
    Sweety, I think you're better off asking Gargs. She seems to have more control of it. I don't know you, and I haven't seen a pic of yours, so it's really hard to so. Something soft though...a pastel, maybe. I need more time
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    Oh, if you're seeing the aura on my picture in my profile.

    I had driven 1600 kilometres that day, of which the last 400 were through a snow storm. And I was deadly tired. Logged on internet just before crashing to let some people know I made it and everything and decided to take a picture of my state for fun.

    That might explain the dark blue.
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    What about me? *giggle* I've always been curious, and have assumed it's easier to tell when you've met someone IRL. I associate colors with people, but don't actually see them. I find the whole idea really fascinating, and not hard to believe. I'm sure there's something to it.

    Bet you didn't expect to spend the day reading aura's, eh?

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    Hmm, interesting. This thread has finally taken off.

    Most people that I've talked to have responded with something aong the lines of "Wow, that's so awesome! If you don't mind, would you tell me what my aura is like? [eager anticipation]". But I've also been very selective in who I tell this to. Some others, usually NT's I know from school, have just stood there very quietly, not really saying much of anything. I think NF's are much more into this sort of thing.

    I've been very selective about this stuff, but can totally see how people could just feel very uncomfortable around after knowing you do stuff like this.

    Personally, I've noticed strong differences between people with different training or belief backgrounds. Personally, I'm very Eastern. Some people find eastern things very self-negating, or too strict, or just too foreign. I tend to find lots of New Agey things too wish-fullfilling or too "I trust in this, therefore something good will come out of it."

    Personally, it seems like people who say they talk to spirits are far more "out there" than people who talk about reading auras. I think for the aura thing people can write it off as "this person just reads body language REALLY well", whereas talking with spirits is more likely to be seen as "dude, you need to talk with a psychiatrist or mental health counselor, woo woo."

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    Hmm, perhaps if I lead others may follow more...

    1) Can you "read auras"?
    2) What can you usually sense?
    3) How does that work for you, or how would you explain this to others?
    4) How did you learn this?
    5) Are there things that you do to improve this?
    6) Any other thoughts or things you want to share?

    1) To an extent. I'm sure there are always deeper levels of things, but yes to an extent.
    2) Physical activity levels, emotional states, a variety of things. I think I mostly sense things in what I would call the chi and emotional bodies, though if people have a lot going on mentally I can sense that too but only in some general non-specific way.

    3) Well, fore the most part I don't see colors, but instead feel vibrations and flows and can interpret those. I can generally correlate those vibrations and flows to "traditional aura colors". I can sense the way chi/prana both vibrates and flows, and both of those things have meanings. Through those I can sense subtle bodies, and to a small extent chakras. Physically active people tend to have a well-moving covering-plenty-of-distance chi that extends perpendicularly out from the body more than an average persons. It also flows parallel to the body quicker and stronger and more cohesively than an avg persons. Some people have very "biog hearts" if you will, and they seem calmer and more open and more listening. They react and respond to you. I can feel that in terms of what is open and active in their systems. Really cerebral people often have what feel like walls where emotional things are kept out, and what little emotional subtle activity is going on is slow, dense, and probably poorly interpreted. When people have special stuff going on, I can feel its vibrational motion and its flow, and I can sense if being given off by them and put into their environment. Most of that is kinda general, but hopefully its a useful orienting kinda general.

    4) I trained in a number of things [martial arts, yogic postures, breathing practices, meditation] at the same time. Whatever things, or combination of things, I guess.

    5) Yes, but usually indirectly.

    6) Lots probably if I could think of them right now. For the moment I'm just trying to keep the ball rolling for this thread.

    Overall, I largely sense chi/prana, and mostly in the lower two subtle bodies [chi body, emotional body]. There are plenty of things to observe there, and I keep finding deeper layers of things to sense when my awareness increases. I generally don't see colors per se. Sometimes I can sense lots of prana going into or coming out of a chakra, but usually can't sense the chakra itself [though maybe that's splitting hairs]. I can feel a number of layers and boundaries in auras, and also usually sense the size of different parts within the auric field.

    People's beings exist on multiple levels of existence, different aura layers seem to mostly be that part of a person's being on that level of existence. For example, emotional/astral body for the astral/spirit-world level of existence.


    Ok, so now that I've blabbed here for a bit, anyone else care to chime in with their details?

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    Fluffywolf shall henceforth be known as Energyvampire...

    I'm occasionally told by strangers or people I've just met that I have a bright aura or a green aura. I don't know what to make of it, but I still find it fascinating.
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    Poeple that actually see colors have always descrivbed me as some combination of blue [calmness], green [nurturing, connection to nature], purple [spiritual stuff] and yellow around my head [activity going on in the brain].

    For the "What color is your aura?" book relating to the at least two "indigo children" threads on this forum, I come back very strong indigo and strong crystal. Some people have said "you are SOO indigo!"

    For people that can see colors, is that usually or always emotional content in the readee, or can some people here actually see someone's personality as a color, ala the WCIYA book I mentioned just above?

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    I have a question. I'm not being disrespectful or sarcastic, but ... who wouldn't have yellow around the brain? Doesn't everybody have activity going on in the brain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phthalocyanine View Post
    i am a synesthete and perceive color from people..usually when they are playing music or speaking at length - eg, expressing themselves intensely.. but i don't think that counts as reading auras, because i am not visually seeing an auric field emanating from a body.

    i think i always had this inclination, as my childhood drawings of people most often included strange streaks of colors around their heads (i mean something other than 'hair')
    interesting...i would love to have you tell me what color you saw...wanna come over for a chat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    It's not negative, and you do have some glints of yellow in there sometimes, when you're teasing someone for instance, or just having fun
    Blue is usually a peaceful colour, used to calm people down. Marine blue, to me (not sure about the conventions on the meaning of auras), it's quiet, peaceful, often rather serious and contained but can be surprisingly moody, much like a thunderstorm coming out of nowhere.



    Actually, not baby blue, but blue nonetheless, close to royal blue I'd say. Very vivid and intense at times.

    Maybe it's that I also connect emotions with colours, and that's where I get it? I dunno.
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