Auras can be thought of as our primary immune system. The more we understand about our chakras and the energy they add to make up our auras, the more informed we are about how to care forourselves in ways that strengthen us, contribute to health and help us to live more fulfilling lives.
Human auras are made up varying frequencies of energy that clairvoyants see as color. Those frequencies or colors, along with our auras’ clarity, size and shape, change as we move through the day in response to our environment, level of activity and experiences. Beneath these changes, however, lies a relatively stable “energetic signature,” a blueprint that reflects our unique qualities, inner development, attributes and beliefs.
Our auric blueprint determines our ability to take in new, vitalizing energies and thus remain healthy, open to growth and supports us to accomplish our goals. A strong healthy aura cushions us from harmful, devitalizing energies that weaken us and lead to weakness, stagnation and illness. To illustrate this, we can refer back to Dr. Hunt’s research.
Aura Qualities and Ability to Adapt to Change
In her studies at UCLA, Dr. Hunt found that some people’s auras have complex patterns of energy with a lot of variability, and other people’s auras have simple patterns of energy with little variability. Additionally, Dr. Hunt found that people who have complex and variable auras can usually adapt and accept change more easily than those who do not. At the same time, people who had very malleable auras often have difficulty making decisions or staying with a choice.
Dr. Hunt also found that people with stoic auras tend to have less interaction with and less ability to take in other energies. On one hand, this quality stops them from being adversely affected by noxious external stimuli, but it can also prevent them from being positively affected by outside sources or be able to accept change without a great deal of stress.
Energy, Environment and Healthy Auras
Finally, Dr. Hunt found that human auras expand very noticeably with exposure to nature, the sea, water (pools or showers) and grass beneath bare feet, and that one’s sense of well-being improves with this expansion. On the opposite side of the coin, Dr. Hunt found that negative environmental factors contract human auras and cause people to feel out-of-sorts, irritable or overwhelmed. We all know that we tend to feel better after having spent some time in nature, but it is interesting to know that there is a scientific reason for it!
A healthy aura contains all the necessary frequencies, flows freely within and between chakras and has consistent amounts of energy in all areas. Inconsistencies in one’s aura, which are primarily due to negative life experiences, can show where mental disturbances are and where physical problems may manifest in the future. With this in mind, it is not hard to see that, if we take care of our problems at the mental and emotional level, we are less likely to experience physical consequences.