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PostSubject: Training To See Auras   Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:26 pm

Training To See Auras


Seeing auras is not as hard as you may think - if you go about it the right way. This is an easy step by step guide to doing just that. It starts right at the beginning, with the easiest to see of all auras - the aura of colour – and working up, in easy stages, to the more elusive and difficult human aura.

An aura is the most visible part of the subtle energy processes going on within all physical objects. All matter has an aura of some kind - even a humble rock - but it is pretty dull when compared with the complex interplay of rainbow colours that make up a living human aura. Auras emanate from all physical objects, life forces and colours, as well as from many other energy sources.

The first step in this tutorial makes use of a little known fact - that colours have auras. Every colour has it's own unique aura. This is of a completely different colour from the original. Auras, given off by bright, primary colours, are much denser and far easier to see than any other type of aura. Using the auras of colours, as a training aid, has most people seeing an aura the very first time they try.

I have been able to see auras for many years. I was not born with this ability, but taught myself - the hard way. It took me several years before I could see enough of an aura to make it a worthwhile practice! I know the problems inherent in developing auric sight, and this new training method is designed to help overcome them.
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PostSubject: Re: Training To See Auras   Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:26 pm

How Auric Sight Works


Auric sight - as with all forms of clairvoyant sight - depends upon the eyes and the normal optical sight process to work. Physical and non-physical sight are very closely related. They are both forms of perception that allow our brains to
perceive energy, of one type or another, as a sight picture.


Here is why:
A. Normal sight:
Eyes receive light - light being a type of energy. Eyes focus light energy onto light sensitive nerve tissue at the back of the eye, connected to the optic nerve. Basically, this light sensitive tissue changes focussed light energy into a stream of complex electrical signals. These signals are passed, via the optic nerve, to the sight centre of the brain. The brain then interprets these signals into a rich visual picture - what we call normal sight.


B. Auric sight:
The brow centre receives a more subtle type of energy than light. This type of energy can only be received by the brow centre (often called the third eye or brow chakra) when it is active and tuned in to receive that type of energy. The brow centre is situated directly between the eyes and is intimately connected with normal optical sight. Energy received by the brow centre is passed along to the sight centre of the brain - the same as with normal sight. The brain interprets anything it receives in it's sight centre as a visual picture. It interprets auric energy as a sight picture - as coloured bands of light surrounding the subject.


*The eyes are the organs for normal optical sight (a physical organ)
*The brow centre is the organ for non-physical sight (a nonphysical organ)


Both these organs, above, are situated in the same general area, i.e., the brow centre is situated in the brow, directly between the eyes. The common location and similar function of both organs (sight) suggests there is a close relationship between them, i.e., the eyes, the brow centre and the sight centre of the brain are linked. All forms of non-physical sight are closely linked with the process of normal optical sight. Although there is a relationship between optical sight and the
brow centre - an aura is definitely _not_ any type of light.


Some people believe auras are still light, but light at a much higher frequency than normal light - that is only visible to a clairvoyant. If this were true, though, it would be possible to detect and measure this light with the sophisticated
electronic instruments available today. There are scientific instruments, electronic cameras etc, that can be tuned to detect _any_ part of the light spectrum - no matter how refined. For example: infra red, ultra violet, x rays, gamma rays, etc, all these can be detected - but auras cannot. Therefore, it is logical to suppos that auras are _not_ composed of any type of light.
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PostSubject: Re: Training To See Auras   Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:31 pm

Aura Cameras:

But there are aura cameras - you might say - that can take pictures of the human aura? You might even have a picture of your own aura, taken at a psychic fair. How can this be? An aura camera does NOT take an actual picture of an aura. It cannot actually see an aura. It merely creates the illusion of an aura on film.

How an aura camera works:
A. Sensors are placed on the skin - or fitted into a chair so they contact the subject's skin. These sensors measure the electrical resistance in the skin (galvanic skin response). Electrical resistance in the skin varies, according to salt and moisture level. These levels are affected by many things: diet, fluids, health, temperature, sweating, emotion, mood, activity, etc.

B. These readings are fed directly into a small electronic processor, attached to the camera (usually a small black box) and interpreted by it. This processor then generates a pattern of electrical signals, from these
readings, according to how it is programmed.

C. This pattern of signals is then fed into a specially modified camera. Inside the camera, an optical colouring device creates a variable pattern of coloured lights, and beams this directly onto the film, as the picture is taken. This gives the illusion of a colourful aura surrounding the subject - according to the pattern generated by the initial readings. Because of the way these cameras are set up, you will rarely get two pictures exactly the same. This is because of the large number of coloured patterns possible, that can be generated by slightly different sensor readings. It would be rare to get two identical sets of sensor readings from one person and, therefore, have two identical aura photographs taken in the same day.

An aura photograph is the camera designer's idea of what your aura should look like - according to their research. This research is based upon linking clairvoyant observations with the galvanic skin response on test subjects. The designers have attempted to give a specific colour value to different patterns of galvanic skin responses.
An aura photograph, therefore, is an electronically created illusion - not an actual photograph of an aura.
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PostSubject: Re: Training To See Auras   Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:31 pm

The Complexity Of Normal Vision:

The process of auric sight may sound very complicated, but is really very simple, when you compare it with the process of normal, optical sight - that simple, visual thing we all take for granted.

Look around the room you are in now, look out of a window - what do you see? Think about all the millions of objects and colours and tones you are seeing - all at once in incredible three dimensional detail. Think about how, no matter how fast you turn around, your brain keeps up with the
fantastically complex image you are seeing. Your eyes pass on an incredible amount of information to your brain - but your brain interprets it all instantly.

Normal optical sight is an incredibly complex and powerful ability. Compare this, with the few colours and swirls of light you see in a human aura - no matter how beautiful and complex it might seem - it is still a very simple picture. There is really no comparison between these two abilities - normal optical sight is vastly more complex, and requires much more of the brain's power, than auric sight does.

To recap the above:
Auric sight is linked to and depends upon normal optical sight, in order to function. What you see, when you see an aura, is your brain's interpretation of reflected energy, emanating from your subject. Your eyes are used to tune and focus your brow centre into this energy. An electrical representation of this energy is passed to your brain's sight centre, where it is interpreted as a sight picture by your brain. In the case of an aura, your brain shows you coloured bands of light surrounding your subject.
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PostSubject: Re: Training To See Auras   Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:33 pm

Light And The Aura:


Light is necessary in order to see the main aura of anything. Living auras react in the presence of light - expanding and brightening. This reaction is most noticeable when a living aura is exposed to sunlight. You could say that auras are photo-sensitive. I have made extensive observations of this light reaction. I have observed the auras of people inside a house, then immediately taking them outside, into the sunlight. The living auras of people expand in sunlight, and are much brighter. They fairly sparkle with life in strong, direct sunlight. I have seen auras expand to several times their normal size in sunlight.


Another interesting observation, that adds weight to this argument, that auras are not light - but that light is necessary, in order for auric sight to work: the main aura cannot be seen in complete darkness. If auras were indeed light, why is it necessary for there to be light, in order to see them? This shows that light and normal optical sight are an important part of auric sight.


Note: In total darkness, it is possible to see some slight activity around the energy body, close to the skin. This is almost invisible, but looks like tiny, very faint strands and sparks of bluish light. This is very faint and most noticeable around your own fingertips, when they are brought together in front of you. It is also possible to see small but intense points of light, coming from fully active primary energy centres or chakras. (These must be _extremely_ active for this to be seen, and you must also be very focussed on your subject. This takes a lot of skill to do, and the subject must be very developed energy wise - in order for this to be observed. This is far easier to see if there is a little available light, even if you can only make out vague shadows - it gives you something to focus upon. To observe any part of the energy body, in darkness, memory based visualisation is used to focus the brow centre into a subject. You have to know exactly where the subject is (in total darkness) and be able to accurately gauge their distance, shape and position, and see them clearly in your mind's eye.


I think, for the above, that both astral sight and clairvoyance play a part, for those that can see energy activity in total darkness. This appears to be the only logical explanation for this phenomena.


Note: Light is not necessary for clairvoyant or astral sight to work, but the eyes and their normal focussing ability are still used, but with memory based focussing and visualisation, instead of normal light based focussing. You can see with astral and clairvoyant sight, just as well in total darkness, as you can in full light.
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PostSubject: Re: Training To See Auras   Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:33 pm

Viewing Method:


The same basic technique, used to see the aura of colour, is used to see all other types of aura, including the human aura. This same technique is also a part of full clairvoyance. This is why looking at the auras of colours is such good training for seeing the human aura. The aura of colour is far denser and easier to see than the human aura. This allows the auric viewing technique to be learned much easier and faster, than does practising on the more difficult human aura.
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PostSubject: Re: Training To See Auras   Thu Jun 09, 2016 4:36 pm

Afterimages:

Auric colours are similar in appearance to after images. Afterimages are generated by staring - for twenty seconds or so - at a brightly illuminated colour, and then quickly closing your eyes, or looking away. It is commonly thought: that afterimages are generated by colour depletion, of the rods and cones in the eyes, caused by staring at one colour for too long. This generates the reverse, or negative colour, of that colour. An afterimage stays in sight until this colour depletion is corrected, and the eyes return to normal.

I disagree with this theory - and for very good reasons. Afterimages are generated by staring for a long time at a coloured object - for twenty of thirty seconds, or more.

When auric sight is more advanced, the aura of a colour can be seen clearly, almost the instant a coloured object is glanced at with auric sight. No prolonged staring is required to produce an aura. I have just done a test, while sitting here typing this. Across the room from me, about seven feet away, is a chair. Hanging over it's back is a bright-blue shirt. I have done no exercises to stimulate my auric sight, at all. It is early in the morning now, about 6am, and I have not long woken up.
A clear, dense, yellow aura begins to appear in just under four seconds (I timed it). This is, surely, far too short a time to generate an afterimage? I did this several times and it became faster and easier to do, and the aura brighter, each time.

Now, you could say that my eyes are becoming depleted of the colour blue, by continuing to do this, thus more easily generating the yellow aura. So, I turn around and look at a red shirt hanging on a hook behind me, on the other side of the room. This time, a clear, dense, bright-green aura appears in just under five seconds. This is far too short a time to generate an afterimage?

Now, when I am on what I call, a clairvoyant high, the auras of colours appear to me, almost the instant I glance at them - within one second. There is no appreciable delay at all, they are just there, ballooning out from colours, as I look at them. The auras I see, around colours as well as people, do drag slightly at my eyes, creating a kind of afterimage effect if I stare for too long at it. This effect is similar to how a normal afterimage behaves - dragging and following my field of view.

My point here is this: bare skin has no colour that can generate any kind of coloured afterimage To be truthful, though, the auric colours I see around colours, as well as people, are often still visible, hanging briefly before my eyes, when I look away or close my eyes. This is a coloured afterimage, but created by staring at an aura's colour not at a physical colour.

Another interesting point: the colours of any afterimages I get, when observing living human auras, are exactly the same colours, as the colours of the aura I am looking at - there is no reverse colour effect at all, with a bare skin, living aura. So, if colour depletion, of the rods and cones in the eyes, is solely responsible for afterimages, how can this happen?

A better way of explaining the reverse colour afterimage effect is: (slow auric colours) By staring hard at a colour, the auric colour of that subject is slowly impressed upon the sight centre of the brain. It is not the eyes that are depleted of colour, but that the auric colour has been impressed upon the brain's sight centre. The afterimages that appear, when you stare at primary colours, are the same as the auric colours generated by those colours. The similarity in these colours - rather than contradicting the validity of the auric colour of coloursupports them. Why would they be any different? You will, in the early stages of training to see auras, cause quite a strong after image effect. This will drag and follow your eyes, and still be seen when you close your eyes or look away. This is the slow auric image effect - caused by staring so intently, and for so long, while trying to master the basic technique for seeing auras.

This after image effect lessens in stages. Once the basic technique is mastered, most of the afterimage effect disappears. Then, as the brow centre develops further, being stimulated through use, the afterimage effect decreases steadily, until they are hardly noticeable. There will, however, always be a slight afterimage, of sorts, when you really study an aura. This is unavoidable when you gaze intently upon an aura, trying to discover it's secrets. The nature of auric sight, and the involvement of the normal optical sight process, will always cause a slight afterimage drag - or slow auric image, as I call it. This happens, even when auric sight develops into the advanced stages.

Final note on afterimages:
The way the aura builds up is also, totally unlike the way an after image appears. It builds up, mushrooming bright colours from bare skin - it does not just fade slowly into sight - it grows before your eyes. The colours of a living aura do not begin as a pale shadow, fading into view and then slowly deepening and growing brighter. They are one consistent colour, from their first appearance as a thin outline, highlighting the etheric aura, close to the skin, to their full size - often more than two or three feet wide. Auras are also, not just a slight outline of colour around the skin, but large, vivid bands of colour, with thickness and depth to them. And, finally, while an aura is building up, if you shift focus slightly, or blink, it disappears instantly - only to reappear a few seconds later - an after image does not.
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