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What's an aura? Is it suppose to be colourful?

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  1. In parapsychology and many forms of spiritual practice an aura is a field of subtle, luminous radiation surrounding a person or object like the halo or aureola of religious art.[1] The depiction of such an aura in religious art usually connotes a person of particular power or holiness.
    According to the literature of movements (such as Theosophy, Anthroposophy, Archeosophy, etc.) each color of the aura has a precise meaning, indicating a precise emotional state. A complete description of the Aura and its colors was provided by Charles Leadbeater, a theosophist of the 19th century.[2] The works of Leadbeater were later developed by Palamidessi[3] and others.
    Skeptics such as Robert Todd Carroll contend that auras may be seen for explainable reasons such as migraines or synaesthesia.[4] Some people see auras as the result of a migraine, epilepsy, a visual system disorder, or a brain disorder.[5][6] Eye fatigue can also produce an aura, sometimes to referred to as “eye burn”. (See Aura (symptom) and synesthesia.)

  2. An aura is a distinctive manifestation of one’s personality. It is most often perceived as a swirl of colors surrounding a person (or item), however others have interpreted auras as slight feelings, faint sounds, temperature changes, and even tastes. It comes from the Greek meaning of a “gentle breath of air”. They are reportedly very subtle, though they may intensify during extreme emotional states. Others view them strictly as the weak electromagnetic field surrounding any living object. Certain photography equipment is believed to be able to capture the visual perception of an aura (but, obviously, not any of the other sensations/interpretations related to one.)
    Good luck.

  3. It may be. It depends.
    Some people claim their Aura is the same all of the time, but it is not. Sometimes it is not visible, sometimes it changes because of the energies you are around.
    Sometimes there is extra light, sometimes shades of darkness.
    There are some good books out there on the subject. I am sure there are a billion internet links to such…

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