Are aura's real and if so Can people really see them?

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  1. mrfanntastik profile image60
    mrfanntastikposted 14 years ago

    Are aura's real and if so Can people really see them?

  2. Ryan Hupfer profile image60
    Ryan Hupferposted 14 years ago

    Here's some info about aura's for you to check out:

    Whether they're real or not can't really be proven -- it's more of a belief than a scientific fact.

  3. stendek profile image57
    stendekposted 14 years ago

    Yes. Biblical halos are actually these auras. Jesus Christ glowed because of the magnitude of his aura. His physical human body radiated. A human aura actually extends micto meters. Very few indivuduals can actually view auras but since peole do exist. Peace.

  4. cashmere profile image80
    cashmereposted 14 years ago

    Auras are as real as your finger prints.
    They are even used to diagnose medical conditions by expert Aura readers.
    You can train your eyes to see the Auras around you.
    I think you will find more useful information in this hub.

  5. lholitza profile image67
    lholitzaposted 13 years ago

    I see auras. I honestly didn't know any different for a long time (meaning that other people didn't see them). I can turn the skill up or down and see more details. In general it is just like I can see your skin color and gender, for most people it is quite obvious, but for a few it is harder to see. I don't know if what I see is the same as what others detect (not quite like those pictures taken from aura cameras). But the details it gives me about a person (if I choose to explore) are typically very accurate about what is happening with them.

  6. teugene profile image60
    teugeneposted 13 years ago

    Yes they are and some but not all people can see them.
    You can teach yourself how to see them.( I will be blogging on this subject in the near future. please look for it.)
    For now let me say that auras are real and they usually extent about 3 to 6 inches beyond the body but they change distance, shape and even color depending on the person's emotional state.(what they are feeling at the time the aura is seen).

  7. profile image51
    psychicartistposted 13 years ago

    Hi, I have seen auras from a young age. They are different than the aura photographs taken are around now. That is more like the heat from a person's body. I have been drawing auras for around 20years. I have recently(within the last 5 or so) been able to remote view someone aura..Which I only do with their permission. Any Questions?

  8. shellyblossom profile image61
    shellyblossomposted 13 years ago

    I believe they are real, we all have a magnetic field around us, God. We are all individual and have a distintive "aura" around us that comes out in color. Mine is Purple, there was a lady in the restaurant I worked at and she said mine was purple. At that time in my life, it was new glasses time and I picked out a pair that was turcoise in color, I wore them that day and to work, everyone seen then as turcoise, at the end of the night someone said my glasses turned purple, not that I minded, purple is cool. I called the store where I got them and asked if I had purchased "mood glasses" I didn't know?( I was just told my aura was purple that same night as well, yep same night.) No such thing as mood glasses. They stayed that color. I also purchased plum colored furniture before glasses, plus I purchased a black with purple metalic vehicle around that time too. I didn't set out to do this, it just happened that way.
    I do not work on, doing this, see aura's, I don't really know how to learn to do it, I knew years ago and seen a few. It has always interested me, because I know they exist. You can read someone's mood or how their nature may be by just seeing the color of their aura, I am a bartender, I'm a floral artist as well, wedding planner too, besides my new gig here,!!! It would be great for someone like me to know ahead of time what kind of mood someone was in ahead of time by the color of their aura! I am usually a pretty good judge of that but sometimes I just don't know? LOL.
    I have done alot of reading in my day of these sorts. I am into all of the ologys as well. The true nature of all of them, including reading aura's, is all for real, it was the "fake fortune tellers" of the time way back when that gave this sort of thing a bad image. If you look to the "roots" of these things, you will find the truth about it!
    Yes I truly believe in aura's, and I wish I knew someone who could read mine, these days, when I was writing my story the second time I was trying to write purple, I wrote red. Yikes. I need to get my aura book out and see what color red is??? I still feel purple.
    Great question!
    AKA Shel

  9. amulets profile image58
    amuletsposted 13 years ago

    I believe aura is real. Even though we may not see it, it doesn't mean aura does not exist.

    I have heard there are machine where you can see your aura. With technology advancement, nothing is impossible to see.

  10. destiny17 profile image62
    destiny17posted 12 years ago

    Yes, Aura's are real, and people can see them.  Here is a step by step guide on how to see energy and aura's.
    If you have any questions just let me know.


  11. profile image50
    HeavensRockAngelposted 12 years ago

    Aura's are real. Have you ever felt like your scraping against something and then when you look you're actually not? Well thats cause it's your aura that's scraping on that thing. Sometimes aura's can be used as a shield, but most of the time they can just tell an aura reader, I guess you would call them, what emotions and personality a person has.

    But yes, Auras are real, and they are readable.


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