posted on May, 21 2009 @ 07:49 PM
I USUALLY don't. I have to LOOK.
It's part of the PERSON. I don't think you could put someone in a room and expect me to see the aura out of the top of the room. I think that, as
an experiment, is obviously designed by someone that can't see them but has the wrong idea about it.
For me, the best thing is to look at a person against a white wall. A bathtub is great, just sit there and look at your hand against the white
background. You have to fuzz out and change your gaze.
When I first saw them, I could only see the innermost part, its really small, white usually, or blue, and only a fraction right up close to the
person. Once you get that down, and recognize it, look outside it and you should start to see the colors.
A dark bedroom at night is good too. Just lay there and hold your hand up.
Making love is great - not trying to be crude but after some good loving - with a partner you love, there IS a pink glow. Look for it.
As a nurse, long ago, working with psychotic patients, I don't KNOW the time I diagnosed a tooth ache in a nonverbal patient because of the HUGE
green splotch on the side of their face. I never could admit how I did that. Pain, to me, causes a certain greenish blob right over what hurts.
[edit on 21-5-2009 by hadriana]