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What is Etheric Vision?

Updated on March 31, 2012

by Christine B.


I have a friend who was a medic in the armed forces and who saved many lives. One of the reasons he was so successful in saving lives is that he could see an aura around an area of a soldier’s body that was ill or injured. He had Etheric Vision, (although he didn’t realize that is the label for his talent). My friend, (let’s call him Rob), told me that he sees different colors of auras, depending on the ailment. Areas of the body affected are called “Etheric Fields.” Every body has them, but not many of us can see these fields.Another way to practice your etheric vision is to close your eyes and concentrate on what you see with your eyes closed. There will be light patterns and other things there if you concentrate on noticing them. These things are not necessarily paranormal in nature, but this is a way of training yourself to notice everything there is to see, things that are usually ignored. The key is to retrain your mind to notice everything that occurs around you.actice using your peripheral vision often and you will be amazed

How does one develop this talent? Rob seems to have been born with it, or perhaps the talent came after an injury, I’m not sure. However he acquired his talent, Rob told me that I could develop it, as well. One of the ways was to stare into a candle flame for several minutes. Take note of how the flame moves and gets brighter, and then dims, and changes color. While concentrating on the flame take note of what is happening within your peripheral vision.

Another way to practice your etheric vision is to close your eyes and concentrate on what you see with your eyes closed. There will be light patterns and other things there if you concentrate on noticing them. These things are not necessarily paranormal in nature, but this is a way of training yourself to notice everything there is to see, things that are usually ignored. The key is to retrain your mind to notice everything that occurs around you.

Practice using your peripheral vision often and you will be amazed s you will become aware of. It will almost be akin to those photographs that if you stare at them long enough you can see a picture inside the picture. You will start seeing things that have always been there, but that you hadn’t noticed before. Open your mind and your eyes will follow.

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    • Christine B. profile imageAUTHOR

      Christine B. 

      6 years ago from Medina, Ohio

      You are so welcome, Jean... and thank you for stopping by and for taking the time to comment. I hope you have time to read more of my hubs.

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      Jean Bakula 

      6 years ago from New Jersey

      This is so interesting. My husband had an auric picture of himself taken while I was reading tarot at a metaphysical fair last week. It was so neat! His aura was quite wide, and mostly orange and green. Thanks for the hub!

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