You and Your Aura. Part 1.

Have you ever given your aura any consideration?  Are you aware of what your aura is?

When you look up the origin of the word itself on, it stems from the years 1350-1400 of Middle English/Latin/Greek roots meaning “breath (of air).”

The first two definitions for the word state:

  1. a distinctive and pervasive quality or character; air; atmosphere:an aura of respectability; an aura of friendliness.

  2. a subtly pervasive quality or atmosphere seen as emanating from a person, place, or thing.

I find both definitions to be appropriate for how we are looking at auras.  Your aura is an energetic field that radiates from your body. Like our emotions and moods change, our energy field around us does too.  It expands and contracts with your own energy, as well as reacts to those you come in contact with.

Think about times when you have perceived the energy of a person before interacting with them.  Have you ever…

-Taken on another’s opinions and fought their battles?

-Been at peace and felt comfortable with someone in complete silence?

-Walked into a room and “felt” the energy of the space?

-Been overly emotional, emotionally erratic, or even irritable?

These are all instances when your energetic boundaries come into play.  

It is important to understand we all have auras, including animals.  Every single person has the ability to pay attention to theirs and make energetic adjustments accordingly to best suit the things you are pursuing in life.

I recently purchased the Inneractive Aura Cloud 3D imaging system to help people understand their aura a bit more.  Not only does it give a live visual display of the colors that appear as your aura, but it gives deeper information, such as how energized the body’s seven main energy points are.  It also tells how intense our emotions are flowing, how relaxed the physical body is, even how balanced your male and female/yin yang energies are.

Getting an aura photograph is seeing a physical representation of what your energy is doing in that moment.  By having a tool with these capabilities, we can intentionally work with our energy to provide the greatest benefit to match your desired intentions.  

How does one get their aura photographed?  All it takes is holding your hand on a sensor for 30-60 seconds.  The sensor picks up your electrical signature, and translates the energy into colors.  Once we have the colors, we can interpret the energy based on that color vibration.

Some examples:

Red - strong and dominant, adventurous and full of vitality.

Blue - calm and peaceful.  

Orange - full of creativity and courage.

We can have large parts of our aura be a single color, or each part might be a different color.  There is no good or bad when it comes to the colors and their meanings. Your energy and what it is doing is meaningful and significant to you.  

It is my strong personal belief that if we pay attention to our invisible energy, we have the potential to be more well-balanced beings.  What does balance bring? The ability to be your best self. When more of us are radiating at our best self that we can be on the daily, mountains can be moved.    

So.  What are you radiating?

Take 3 deep breaths,