What is an Aura?
An aura, also known as an auric field or energy field can be understood as a person's electromagnetic energy field. The aura represents our physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual energies. Auras can be different colours and they have unique ways of behaving. An aura is often described as a halo that surrounds the head, however it also extends all around the body.
An aura is made up of 7 different layers and each layer is affiliated with 1 of the 7 chakras:
How big is an aura?
Fluctuation in your aura:
Can I only have one aura colour?
No, you can have more than one. Most people have one or two aura colours, which are sometimes referred to as life colours. Your life colours are often described as your primary and secondary aura colours.
How many different Aura colours are there?
So, so many! Just to name a few:
Do other aura colours exist?
Ways to discover what colour your aura is:
I will be creating a "What colour is your aura" Pick A Card reading on YouTube.
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People who work with the auric field (including but not limited to):
Do you know what colour your aura is?
I would be very interested to hear about your experience with how you discovered the colour and nature of your aura and whether you are able to read the auras of other people. Please post a comment below!
I do not offer aura readings as a service and I am not experienced in this field.
While writing this blog, I did extensive research (see my sources below) on the topic of auras and I encountered a lot of contradictory information regarding the interpretation of different aura colours. If you have any further interest, I highly recommend that you do your own individual research on this topic.
If you have experience with auric fields and aura readings, please feel free to post a comment which can direct my readers and myself to accurate and reliable information.
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