posted on Aug, 22 2006 @ 12:39 PM
I've always believed that if we turn our concentration and attention outwards --- away from ourselves --- we'll retain (and/or regain) mental
Those who are most disturbed and disturbing are those who focus inwards obsessively -- as if they have mirrors behind their eyelids. The cycle gets
ever smaller and tighter. Their thoughts revolve totally around themselves. Sooner or later they vanish up their own colon --- and STILL they find
the scenery delightful !
The most sane folk I know are those who project their attention beyond themselves; be it on gardening, helping others, fishing, art or whatever.
As to auras, I suspect most people unconsciously are aware of energies/lights/emanations etc. surrounding others. Some call it 'chemical reaction',
others describe it as 'intuition'. It all comes down to the same thing really: the ability to sense if someone or something is predominantly
positive or negative. It's a natural instinct and works to our benefit.
Several years ago, I realised that the individuals around whom I feel most uncomfortable seem to have 'bruise colours' superimposed or even
physically. The 'bruise colours' are literally that: the colours associated with the varying stages of bruising. The worst are the latter bruise
stage, such as dirty greens, dirty yellow, dirty greys and sometimes dirty purples.
I wouldn't devote a lot of thought to your sanity and or lack of it, if I were you. Instead, I'd enroll in something energetic and physical to
begin, followed by dedication to something totally outside my current sphere of interest, such as hiking or reforestation projects or even further
education. This will help keep everything in perspective. And, if you do have psychic abilities beyond the ordinary, these will then be healthily
assimilated within the wider you.