Many people wonder exactly what are auras and how to see auras. In a nutshell an aura is a strong electro-magnetic field, that surrounds every living thing, even plants and animals. You can also sense your own aura and the aura of someone else, as well as see auras if you understand how.
What is an Aura?
If there are ever times when you feel uncomfortable in crowded places, moments when you feel as if your space is being invaded, or the energy in a certain location, with a person, situation, place, or thing is just ‘off’ these are all reactions to your own aura being triggered, in a less positive way. Some people can only come so close to you. At times, you feel uneasy in the presence of a certain person, situation, place, or thing. When you enter a room, you have this sense that something is wrong, not only is this your intuition kicking in your aura is being touched. We give off energy via our personality and aura, and absorb it also. You can feel this energy in a room full of people, where varying energies, positive and negative, are being interchanged and interacting with one another.
The same can happen in reverse! Sometimes we walk into a room, or new home if you are looking for a new place to live, job interview, party, etc and you feel great! This is as the energy of the location, person, situation, place, or thing is in alignment with your energy and your own aura.
Aura Colours and How to See Them
The aura is an extension of our energies, be it strong or weak, light, and bright or dull and dense. This will depend on the mood a person is in, their current state of mind, energy levels, and even how spiritually inclined they are as a person. A person who is very spiritually inclined may be more likely to have a brighter aura. A person who is depressed, has lost faith in life, themselves, and their direction is certainly likely to have a duller aura, or even a colour that indicates negativity energy. You will be able to spot this if you just look closely. You can learn how to see auras here in this article.
There are seven layers of aura, but the most accessible to the human perception are the first three layers surrounding the human body. Auras can be seen with the eyes wide open, or it can also be seen psychically with the eyes closed. For aura colour meanings, or to learn how to see auras check out the articles linked.