HOW TO SEE THE AURA
To see the aura you have to be able to relax and concentrate, at the same time.
There is a trick to focusing the eyes in a special way.
1. You need soft light to train in, not dim, but good soft light. No harsh
light or a reflection of it shining in your eyes! Get a book and cover it in
blue or red crepe paper. Stand the book upright on a table several feet from
you. Make sure you have a neutral background, light tan, soft grey, off white
or even a black board is good. If the wall colour is wrong, hang a sheet of
neutral coloured paper or cloth on it. Experiment with distance until you find
what is easiest for you.
Note: The auras of the colours Blue and Red are the brightest and easiest to
see. Blue has a Yellow aura and Red has a Green aura. The brightness and tone
of the colour varies with the shade of colour used, so pick a bright primary
colour to begin with.
2. Close your eyes, take a few deep breaths and relax. When you are calm,
look at the book. Focus your eyes on nothing, just a little to the side and a
foot or two behind it. Hold and get used to that focus but don't strain your
eyes or tense your forehead. Concentrate! you need a gentle, steady un-focus,
just like day-dreaming.
After a while you will see a pale milky aura coming from the object. Keep
looking steadily at it and a bright yellow or green aura will start building up
from the object. Don't change focus or look directly at it or the aura will
Once you have done this and seen your first aura, you have taken the first step
into a much larger world.
There is a reason for the strange un-focus. The outer field of vision is many
times more sensitive than the focused area is. Have you ever seen a movement,
out of the corner of your eye, only to turn and see nothing there? What you
may have seen is an aura building up from some coloured object and your outer
field of vision detected it.
3. Once you have completed the first step, gather several books and cover them
with different coloured paper. Study these one at a time and write down the
auric colour for it. Next try using two at a time, and watch how the colours
affect each other.
4. Get a potted plant or bunch of flowers and study the aura. The aura you see
will emanate from the plant itself and also from the colours of the petals.
The Orange hue comes from the green of the stems and leaves. You will also see
a more distinct etheric and a shimmering optical effect around them. This is
the life force of the plant.
5. For the next step use an animal, dog or cat etc, if you have one. Try and
observe them when they are resting.
6. Observe your own aura. This can be done both inside and outside in the
sun. Hold your arm out and study it against the sky or clouds. Alternatively,
lie down and look at your legs. Make sure the skin is bare when you do this,
and remember, grass will give an orange hue to your aura.
When you feel proficient enough, try it with a human subject. Just remember to
keep calm and don't try too hard. Do the same as in the original training
exercise. When you try it on a person though, get them to remove some of their
clothing and study the bare skin area, with this area highlighted against a
7. On a human the first thing you will see is the etheric, like pale smoke
clinging to the skin. Next you will see a shimmering optical effect in the air
extending maybe several inches, depending on the strength of the person's aura.
Keep trying and colour will build up from the etheric, this is the aura. With
practise you will be able to see more and more of it. The coloured part of the
human aura can vary from a few inches to a couple of feet wide.
8. The brightness of a person's aura has a lot to do with how they feel. If
they feel happy and full of life their aura is stronger and easier to see. Try
getting them to wear headphones and listen to their favourite music, this will
help energize their aura.
9. Try it on your volunteer outside. Make sure the sun is behind you and use
clouds as a backdrop.
Note: The basic auras of colours are as follows: Blue = Yellow aura, Red =
Green aura, Green = Orange aura, Yellow = Pale Blue aura,
Orange = Pale Green aura, Violet = Pale Gold aura, Indigo = Gold aura, Pink =
Iridescent Green. These colours will vary slightly according to the shade and
tone of the colours you use.