Meaning of Aura 2016-08-30T12:10:19+00:00

Meaning of  Aura


It is another part of your energy body, just like your Chakras. The Merkaba is the all-encompassed description of both your Chakras and Auras combined. Your auric layers are in tune with each of your chakras, and radiate the emotion and energy that you feel every moment. Thoughts and emotions are felt instantly and vibrate both outward and inward simultaneously. They mirror each other as if perfect reflections.

Every vibration, (meaning every feeling, thought, emotion, or anything else that you experience) is not something that is attached to you, but rather something you are re-creating and experiencing every moment. This means that every moment, you are recreating the same feelings over and over. As everyone knows, feelings are not fixed, and thus you can change these vibrations too if you so desire.


Aura’s can also be seen! With just a little bit of practice, and a relatively simple trick, you can observe the Aura’s around your body and the bodies of others, and begin to shift your understanding of how emotions, energy, and the energetic fields work.


The Aura or energy field basically reflects this connection between body, mind and spirit.

Our thoughts, emotions and beliefs are mirrored or reflected in the aura, and therefore the aura and chakras can be used to determine the underlying issues related to physical symptoms.

Shaped like an egg, the energetic YOU, is a sphere of energy that surrounds and fills every cell of your body. The aura extends about one to four feet beyond your physical form, and it is a radiant with all the colours of rainbow.

The Aura represents your physical health and, indeed, the life of your physical body for as long as you are on this earth.

The consciousness that you know to be the real ‘YOU’, the ‘I’ inside of you, lives within the energy body, which lives on ETERNALLY.


The human aura is an energy field that reflects the subtle life energies within the body. These energies make us what we are and in turn are affected by our surroundings and life style. The aura reflects our health, mental activity and emotional state. It also shows disease – often long before the onset of symptoms.


Close to the skin is the etheric aura. It is seen as a pale, narrow band that outlines the body, usually no more than half an inch wide. It looks like pale smoke clinging to the body.

This is the visible part of the etheric body in it’s contracted state. During sleep the etheric body expands greatly and opens to absorb and store cosmic energy. The etheric is better named the vitality sheath or energy body. After sleep it contracts, forming a dense sheath around the body close to the skin.

The main aura is banded around the body – strata like. Imagine a person with thick, coloured hoops of light dropped over them and you get the idea. These colours emanate from the chakras. Basic energy is drawn up from the planet through the feet and fed into the chakras, much like a plant does with water. Each chakra is a transformer that generates energy of a different type and colour. The strength of each chakra depends on the person’s nature and life style. Together these chakras generate the dominant hue of the aura.

The main aura is photo-sensitive, it reacts and expands in light. The aura’s chakra system can be likened to a tree. Energy/nutrient is drawn up through the feet/roots and fed through the body/trunk to the chakras/leaves.


Many experts suggest people can be classed by the basic hue, or the dominant colour, of their aura. For example, Blue means a highly spiritual person, trustworthy, honest. Orange means an emotional type of person etc… I have found this to be misleading. The aura is a complex and changeable engine and cannot be judged so simply.


The aura is sensitive to colour. It reacts to the colours of clothing and to that of its surroundings. This accounts for our natural likes and dislikes when it comes to choosing the colours that surround us.

The effect of colour on the emotions is well known and are they widely used in hospitals and institutions to calm agitated people and put them at ease. Pink is the most frequently used colour for this. It is the emotional colour of love and happiness. Watch a mother’s aura when she first looks into the eyes of her new baby, and falls head over heels in love. At that special, happy moment, you will see this most lovely of auras in all its glory.




The aura is made up of the rainbow’s seven ray colors. Each of these colors is also related to the seven major chakra points and their specific functions.

The size of an aura and its shape and intensity of colors, gives us beneficial information about the physical, mental and emotional and even spiritual aspects of the body.


Every layer of our aura contains certain aspects of our being. Problems arising in one layer may spread through to the other layers of the aura and the body and these problems may manifest as distress or disease.

The different areas of the aura and its color reveals insightful information into our personality, thought  patterns events and beliefs, true inner feelings and how others perceive us to be.

Our auras colors are constantly changing

Whatever you are experiencing in life, whatever you are doing, your various moods all determine what color or colors are in your aura at any given time.

The colors of your aura are also affected by the energies of other people. It is not unusual to have the colors of another person’s aura in yours.

When your energy is flowing freely through your being you feel well.

There is a whole science devoted to the use of colors. This is called Color Healing or Color Therapy.

It is impossible to get a clear view of the aura through clothing. The auric colors of the clothes react with the person’s aura, causing interference that blocks and changes it. For example: A Blue shirt will flood the natural aura with Yellow. Even neutral colored clothing will block and dim the aura making it difficult to see.