Understanding the Human Aura by Garima Roy
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” ~ Nikola Tesla
We often see painters showing a ball of light or halo around the heads of enlightened figures. This invisible, divine energy that actually surrounds every living thing in the universe, is the aura. There are times when you feel the positive or negative vibrations of an individual, that’s the aura of a person. It is a direct reflection of what exists deep within, our true selves and our physical, emotional and spiritual condition.
It is scientifically proven that electromagnetic fields exist around every object in the known world. While in science it’s often referred as energy field, in the metaphysical world this energy emission is known as a person’s aura. Everyone’s aura is unique - some have a healthy aura while some unconsciously possess an unhealthy one. It describes a person’s emotional state of being.
The aura surrounds the body in an oval-shaped field, also known as the Auric egg. Human energy extends up to one meter on all the sides, above the head and below the feet into the ground. Aura isn’t the result of an imagination or illusion but a real phenomenon. This physical manifestation of the spiritual aura was shown in Kirlian photography that revealed visible auras around the objects photographed.
The aura consists of seven layers or levels that correspond to the seven chakras. Each level has its own unique frequency and the vibration level of the energy increases with each level. So any disruption in the functioning of the chakras will have an impact on the aura surrounding us.
Mind Over Matter
To bridge our understanding of the unseen world of energy, Princeton University and Dr Konstantin Korotkov, professor of physics at St. Petersburg Technical University, carried out experiments using a technique called bioelectrophotography.
Everything is energy and energy cannot be created or destroyed; it can only be transformed. Following these assumptions, Dr Korotkov found that upon death, the human aura will continue to change for approximately 72 hours after the person is declared clinically dead.
The color and size of aura varies depending on the emotional and physical health of an individual. Auras change all the time according to the person’s mood and environment. For example, those with happy and positive thoughts have wider and brighter aura while those with sad and negative thoughts have smaller and faded/black aura.
Having a healthy aura around you is as important as having healthy food. The catalysts to healthy human energy field are positive feelings, thoughts and experiences. Negative thoughts disrupt the flow of energy creating blockage within the mind and body. Traumatic events and experiences can cause energetic “wounds” that may take time to heal. In such situations, the severity of the negative energy should be acknowledged by the mind. Once the wound is acknowledged, one can work towards converting the pain into a positive energy.
Each human being has energy clothing and feelings of fear, stress, anxiety, hatred, jealously, physical crisis, or any other negative thoughts stains our energy clothing and suppresses the positive aura. Cultivating any of these negative emotions for a prolonged period of time can injure your psychic health and aura.
When your aura is holding unwanted energies, you may feel depressed, anxious and not yourself in the true sense of our existence. Once you know the state of your aura, you can indulge in few aura-cleansing techniques. Here are simple ones, which is easy to practice and inculcate in your daily life.
1) Keep yourself hydrated through pure filtered water. 9-12 cups of pure water is essential.
2) Breathe in positive energy and breathe out negative energy. Work Out.
3) Wear the color that makes you feel great.
4) Sunlight is a natural energy purifier. And so is good breeze. Enjoy nature.
5) Watch your thoughts and keep them positive.
About the Author:
Garima Roy, former Radio host and an Independent Writer/ Journalist, loves to explore the world with her mind. Joy is her natural state of being.