I can see auras kinda……?






i am trying to see my own aura first and i can see it bu the color of it is really hard for me to see because it’s so faint so can any one help me improve my eye for color or can you help me find out what color aura i have for i can’t tell but i think i have either a blue or indigo aura…… thanks for the possible help!!!
p.s. i am an empath so i could always kind of see auras……
and if it helps at all……………..
(sorry about the link the ending is suppose to be .jpg)


  1. Sorry, auras don’t exist. The human body does not emit visible radiation. It emits infrared radiation, but your eyes can’t see that. It looks like what you’ve got is a case of retinal strain – stare at anything for long enough and you start to see ‘halos’ and such around it – it’s just your eyes getting tired.

    • what about the people who see ghosts, huh? got a scientifical answer 4 that, too? i”m disgusted. what about people who can see visions ? “oh, theie cerabral cortex dremanged.”u get pleasure out of this, too, huh? im disgusted do u even belive in god?

  2. They say that the best way to see a persons aura is to have them stand in front of you and have them stand in front of a white back ground.Stare at their forehead for at least 60 seconds and see what color surrounds them.It takes a bit of practice but can be done.There are seven layers to auras.You can go on line and type in the search bar colors of auras and their meanings.It will give you a lot of info on this.I took a self test,they tell me my aura is red.Interesting to say the least.

  3. They say that the best way to see a persons aura is to have them stand in front of you and have them stand in front of a white back ground. Stare at their forehead for at least 60 seconds until you experience retinal fatigue, this will give the illusion that you are seeing an aura. Too bad they don’t actually exist.

  4. An aura, according to New Age metaphysics, is a colored outline or set of contiguous outlines, allegedly emanating from the surface of an object. Auras are not to be confused with the aureoles or halos of saints, which are devices of Christian iconography used to depict the radiance of light associated with divine infusion. In the New Age, even the lowly amoeba has an aura, as does the mosquito and every lump of goat dung. The aura supposedly reflects a supernatural energy field or life force that permeates all things. Human auras allegedly emerge from the chakras. Under ordinary circumstances, auras are only visible to certain people with special psychic power. However, with a little bit of training, or with a special set of Aura Goggles with “pinacyanole bromide” filters (available at your local New Age Head Shop), anyone can see auras. You may also use Kirlian photography to capture auras on film. At least that is what New Age spiritualists believe.
    On the other hand, you may also see auras if you have a migraine, a certain form of epilepsy, a visual system disorder or a brain disorder. These auras, however, are somewhat different from the kind encouraged by most aura training exercises. These involve staring at an object placed against a white background in a dimly lit room. What one sees is due to retinal fatigue and other natural perceptual processes, not the unleashing of hidden psychic powers. Something similar happens when you stare at certain colored or black and white patterns. Vision is not the verbatim recording of the outside world. When looking at a colored object, for example, the eye does not transmit to the brain a continuous series of duplicate impressions. The brain itself supplies much of the visual perception. In short, even if auras are perceived, that is not good evidence that there is an energy field in the physical or supernatural world corresponding to the perceptions.
    If you see auras, you may not be psychic; you may have a brain or vision disorder. See your physician ASAP.

  5. I used to fully believe I could see auras. When I would focus on a person, relax my eyes, and breathe deeply (what I saw as ‘seeing’ in the Castaneda/don Juan way of thinking), I would gradually see, mostly in my peripheral vision, a faint outline around a person. With continued staring and concentration, this could sometimes become quite pronounced and colourful.
    Why do I say ‘used to’?
    Well, I worked out what was going on. I haven’t seen this explanation for auras posted elsewhere on the web (except by me, somewhere), but I am fairly convinced that this is an explanation for my own aura sense (I can’t possibly say it definitely applies to anyone else, but I certainly think it likely explains some similar experiences).
    What *was* going on?
    Simply put, afterimages. You know how when you stare at a dark image on a light background and then look away to a light surface? You still see a faint image of that object floating in front of your eyes. It’s a bit like the Jesus optical illusion (see my sources). The interesting thing about afterimages is that they are colourful, but in *opposite*, or negative, colours to the stimulus object (that’s how the Jesus illusion works).
    When you stare at a person (again, as others have said, this works best against a light background), you develop an afterimage. If you continue to stare at the person, the afterimage is overlaid onto their real image. Tiny movements of the eyes, or bigger ones such as when you begin to ‘scan’ the person’s body looking for parts where the aura is more pronounced, slightly displace the afterimage so that it becomes… well, an aura.
    The colours seem significant precisely because they’re not the same colours as the person is wearing; but because the afterimage is in negative, they wouldn’t be.
    Why am I on about this? I would say that from your description of the phenomenon, it *could* be that this is what you’re experiencing. I’m not saying it is — you probably won’t agree with me either — but if you *are* seeing an optical effect rather than real auras, then you may be heading down the wrong path, especially if you follow some of the other advice given in previous answers (white backgrounds etc. make afterimages much more visible).
    I don’t know if there’s such a thing as the aura (honestly, I deeply, deeply doubt it, but I can’t claim to know) — but this is beside the point. My advice would be to check to see if this could be what’s happening to you by looking away from a person, at a lighter background, as soon as you see the aura, and see if you can still see a faint outline of the person you’re no longer looking at. If you do, it may well be that these aren’t auras, and perhaps, if you still believe in auras and wish to see them, you could find another way to achieve it.
    Good luck!

  6. Many people claim to be able to see auras and I don’t think anyone has the authority to decide what they are actually seeing with out further study.

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