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Aura Awareness Day

Aura Awareness Day

In 2002, the world began to celebrate International Aura Awareness Day every fourth Saturday in November, on November 27 this year. Since then, more people have become aware of the auras that surround all living things. An aura is a distinctive feeling or character, the air of a person or place perceived by those who encounter or experience them. In Latin and Ancient Greek, the literal word, ‘Aura,’ means wind, breeze, or breath, and it also meant ‘a gentle breeze’ in medieval English. International Aura Awareness Day celebrates the valid belief in the existence of auras as the energy around every creature of this world.

Cynthia Sue Larson began International Aura Awareness Day in 2002, but Indian religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism have mentioned ‘auras’ since time immemorial, connecting them to chakras and kundalini.

As early as in the 19th century, the word ‘aura’ already described a quality or energy emitting from someone or something, particularly with the rise of New Age Religions. Charles Webster Leadbeater was the first to talk about auras in that context. He was a priest of the Church of England who had studied theosophy in India. Leadbeater acknowledged that he had mystic powers, and he could use those powers to make scientific investigations. In his book “Man Visible and Invisible,” published in 1902, he illustrated man’s aura in various stages. A British occultist of the 20th century, W.E. Butler was the first to link auras with clairvoyance after discovering that they helped measure the body’s physical health.

Every human on earth has an energy field, or an aura, around them. This is also true for other living things such as plants and animals. Specific types of cameras capture auras, displaying them as halos or projections of light surrounding the body. Auras have different colors, which can change over time. Each color is believed to have an alternate importance. Red often depicts a fearless and passionate personality. Orange is imaginative and full of emotion. Pink is delicate and calm. White is devoted and has an uplifting positivity. Yellow has high self-esteem and is confident. Green is drawn to wildlife and nature, and are natural healers. Tan cherishes detail. Blue is caring. Purple has a richly powerful personality. These are the colors seen in different auras.
Conceptual artist Christina Lonsdale once said, “As human beings, we radiate a very low level of electricity that’s otherwise known as an electromagnetic field.” She became famous with the growing prominence of the Aura Camera lab “Radiant Human,” she started in 2014, where she takes portraits and reads auras. The camera in question is a Polaroid hand-built by Guy Coggins in the ‘70s. A few people claim to see auras around others; saying auras give an understanding of an individual’s convictions, thoughts, and personality. Auras can be dark too or injured, and a damaged aura demonstrates an emotional, physical or mental issue. Meditation, positive affirmations, visualization, and energy balancing can help cleanse the aura and bring recovery when an aura is damaged.

1.Find your aura
Finding your aura takes practice, so why not spend the day dedicated to auras to do just that. Call a few friends over, get refreshments, and take turns discovering your auras.

2.Take pictures that show your aura
Get your aura photographed. There are specific cameras that can do the job as an alternative to looking for your aura yourself.

3.Learn more about the aura colors
Dig deep into the different colors of auras. Your aura is vital, and it is even more important to know your color and what each color and shade signifies.

1.Children can see auras easily
Children can see auras without effort, and they sometimes unintentionally add the aura colors to their drawings.

2.The color of your aura is changeable
With meditation, positive affirmations, energy balancing, and a change of atmosphere, we can change our aura.

3.You can see your aura too
If you look closely, you might see the color of your aura.

4.Aura colors have their shades
Auras vary in color, and every color has its shades.

5.Vibes come from auras
The emotional state people communicate to others comes from their auras.

A. It is a colorful day
Aura Awareness Day brings joy and color to the world. Auras are full of color, and taking these special pictures to see our auras or discover our shade can ease negative vibes. This day is unquestionably full of light!

B. Aura Day is for everyone
Everyone has an aura. Nobody in the world is exempt from partaking in this international holiday.

C. The kids can discover their superpower
Since children can easily see auras, we can make them aware of this rare skill they possess. Enlightening the kids about auras may help them properly identify theirs early.


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