posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 06:43 AM
The aura does not correspond to the normal spectrum of light in any way, you don't even see the aura with your eyes, your see it with your pineal
gland, your inner eye, although who can see them can distinguish colours do get a sense of actually seeing them.
Also not everyone who see's aura's will see the exact same colour, it is different with each person, although they tend to see colours that are very
similar, one may see a yellow while another will see a yellowy green for example, one sees purple another sees violet.
Also very few aura's are one consistent colour, most tend to have an overlying colour speckled, sometimes quite strongly with another colour or even
multiple colours, a persons aura can change quite constantly and if affected quite strongly by mood and health.
I used to teach people to see their and others aura, its a fairly simple technique to learn, and most people can do it with practice and commitment,
for some it is very easy, for others it can be more difficult, its like a muscle people never really use, it just needs some exercise to get it going
and to build it up. You cant however apply the rules of visible light to an aura, it exists on a different plane and is ruled by different rules