Seeing auras is still unpopular skill nowadays. It is believed that only a few lucky people have this ability. However, it is not true. Everybody can learn view auras. It is possible if they commit and practice enough.
What Are Auras?
The human aura is not well understood by science, although it has been studied by some forward thinking researchers, particularly in Russia. It seems that the aura is composed of electromagnetic energy of a variety of frequencies. This energy is produced by the day-to-day functioning of the human body and mind.
Many young children have the ability to see auras easily, although most of them tend to lose it as they grow older and are subjected to socialisation which tells them that such things don’t exist. It seems that people in earlier times may have had a more widespread ability to see auras as well, as evidenced by the ‘halos’ surrounding figures in some cave paintings.
The ability to perceive the human aura is a valuable one, as it can tell you many things about a person, including their state of health and their state of mind. Being able to see your own aura is also useful, as health problems may become visible in the aura before they manifest physically.
So if you’re one of the many people whose aura viewing ability is currently lying dormant, and you wish to awaken it, what should you do?
Learning How To View Auras
There are various methods that are used to teach aura viewing. But these basically boil down to:
1. Learning to deeply relax your mind
2. Observing your subject using your peripheral vision. For most people, it is easier to see an aura when you observe the person you’re looking at out of the corner of your eye, rather than staring at them directly. It also helps if light levels are uniform and not too bright, and they’re standing against a white or plain colored background. If you have nobody around to practice on, you can observe your own aura in the mirror, or try it with plants, pets or other animals, all of whom have auras as well.
Most people can focus with their peripheral vision with relative ease. The tricky part for the majority is in step one – learning to relax. This is important because aura perception seems to be improved when brain activity is relatively slow, such as in the alpha brainwave state.
Brain waves are measured in Hertz (Hz), and in normal waking consciousness, the brain predominantly produces brainwaves of around 13 Hz or more – this is known as the beta state. For successful aura viewing, you need to be able to achieve and maintain an alpha brainwave state, where your predominant frequency range is from 8 to 12 Hz. We all enter the state naturally when daydreaming or otherwise relaxing, but it can be challenging to maintain it for any length of time if you’re not an experienced meditator. However you need to learn to do this if you want to maximise your chances of learning to view auras.
Using Binaural Beats To See Auras
Don’t worry if you’re not very good at focusing your mind and staying relaxed. Help is at hand in the form of brainwave entrainment technologies such as binaural beats. When using binaural beats, you simply listen to a recording that contain sounds that are designed to induce a more relaxed state in your brain. You could also try other types of brainwave entrainment such as monaural beats and isochronic tones – all three are very effective, and type that you use is really a matter of personal preference.
With regular use, a recording of this type will make it much easier to learn to relax your brain and maintain the state of consciousness you need for successful aura viewing.