The person said something about me having a good aura and they could feel a goodness there? Not sure how this is evident?


  • I was told that once. In the 1980s, we purchased a home where a double murder was committed. My son and I have the ability to see and hear ghosts. While we lived there (10 years), my husband never saw or heard them. Our two daughters had experiences with two ghosts but could not see them when they interacted. I am a very positive and spiritual person. I took it as a compliment.

  • Aura means the following.

    1)A sensation (as of a cold breeze or bright light) that precedes the onset of certain disorders such as a migraine attack or epileptic seizure.

    2)An indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint.

    3)A distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing.

  • It is nothing really tangible, it is a feeling people get when they meet each other. It comes from facial expression, body language and tone of voice. Some people are warm and friendly and others are cold and withdrawn. Some people seem honest and trustworthy and good while other seem dishonest, untrustworthy and perhaps evil.

  • Some ppl have when you see them a glow about them , thats what is called an aura, it is a positive sign it’s like a persona you give out..if someone has seen this in you ,then you must have been really positve that day n happy ♥

  • The word “aura” means:

    “An indication of radiant light drawn around the head” or

    “A distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing”.

    The synonyms are “halo” or “nimbus”.

    Here, “you have a good aura” means that you have a radiance or “tejas”, which the others enjoy in you.

  • Having a good aura means that before a person gets to know you, just be seeing you or chatting briefly, they can feel that you are a good person.
    having a good aura is a good thing.

  • Basically it means the person thinks you give off a vibe or sense of being a good person. It may be in your attitude or conversation, or just your expression.

    Example – look at Kevin Costner’s eyes in his new movie role. Even when he smiles, there is no warmth in his eyes, just hardness. This is not a nice guy, and the characters around him don’t get it, even though the audience does (we’re let in on the dark secret). Compare this to someone like Audrey Hepburn – she positively glowed with warmth and compassion in real life, and much of it showed through in her movies.

    They may or may not be sincere…if it’s a guy, he could be hitting on you, trying to win your confidence. Or, this may just be a very perceptive person, and you really ARE a nice person, and they see that in you. Sincere or not, enjoy the compliment!

  • It means they are trying to con you with flattery.
    This is a technique used by gypsies & fortune tellers.
    They may be trying to suck you into the world of the occult.

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