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hidden aura

Hello everyone!

Been lurking around for a couple of months now, but now I'm posting coz I have some questions.

1) Is it possible to hide a persons aura?
2) Can this be done by the person her/himself?
3) Can another person or entity hide another person's aura?
4) What are the consequences of one's aura being hidden?

Now some background.

We have three sensitives here at our office. The other day, me and some officemates were talking with two of the sensitives about the paranormal. Our discussion eventually came to auras and they started telling what color each person's aura was. When they came to me, one of them said mine was very difficult to read. The other said it was hidden, or that I was doing something to hide it. At the time though I was actually trying to imagine my aura in hopes of making it easier to read. Anyway, they said auras aren't always visible, and that mine may simply be not visible that day. I'll have to ask them again to check next time. This got me curious though hence the questions above.

Looking forward to some answers. Thanks in advance ^^

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dolnmoon
Mar. 27th, 2012 12:49 am (UTC)
There are usually 2 reasons you can't read someones aura.. one being it is so close to their body because they are a closed off person and doesn't like to share things about themselves, then it basically hugs them like a thin outline but still can be seen it just makes it very hard to interpret.
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Two, the person reading your aura isn't actually as sensitive at they think. An aura can be a very pale to neutral color if the person is under stress or sickness and therefore someone who doesn't have a strong sensitivity won't see it clearly because it basically resonates like heat waves off of something hot instead of the usual colorful force field looking energy..

I have never heard of hiding your aura ever and I've been reading auras for over 25yrs. There has never been a person who I couldn't read.

I though can turn mine off so I am not bombarded with everyone's energy and sometimes having this gift can be a bit overwhelming if you can't shut it down now and again. Also I don't always want to know things with my family or close friends unless asked.

So the answer to your question is... No you can't hide your aura, no one else can hide your aura and there are no circumstances that would cause you not to have an aura since it is your personal energy field.

I hope this helped.
zk306
Mar. 27th, 2012 01:05 am (UTC)
the first one is the most likely reason. im an introvert and very shy person.

follow-up question:
does the size/range of a person's aura have an effect on anything? will this affect how paranormal entities interact with you? how about normal day-to-day life?


dolnmoon
Mar. 27th, 2012 01:46 am (UTC)
I honestly don't know how your aura would effect how entities would interact with you. I can't imagine it would have an effect as what draws things to you. What draws entities or spiritual energy is your openness to such things.

In day to day life who you are plays a part in that, your aura is just the energy range of your body.. so if you are a shy stand offish person people are more likely to not be highly interactive with you, this doesn't have anything to do with your energy field. Your aura basically is close or far our from your body based on who you are. People who have wide reaching auras are basically open to people being in their space and letting people in.. Med sized are generally okay with personal space but don't tend to invade anyone else's space because they don't want theirs invaded. Close auras are people who don't like a lot of physical contact and tend not to get into other peoples space either. So basically its range is based on your own personal feelings about personal space and how much you want to let people into your life and space.

hope this helps.
zk306
Mar. 27th, 2012 02:09 am (UTC)
thanks for the response. that clears up some things.
dolnmoon
Mar. 27th, 2012 02:32 am (UTC)
Your welcome glad I could be so some help anyway.
dr_a_nightfall
Mar. 27th, 2012 06:48 am (UTC)
With some practice, it *is* possible to either project your aura elsewhere or even to "take it off" and leave it somewhere. It's not recommended though unless you have a very good reason for it.
dolnmoon
Mar. 27th, 2012 12:49 pm (UTC)
May I ask how you remove your bodies natural energy field or leave it elsewhere? I am just so curious about this because I have never read any experiences of this practice.

I do know you can expand your aura to a very wide distance but I have never heard of releasing it from ones self.
dr_a_nightfall
Mar. 27th, 2012 07:20 pm (UTC)
I stumbled onto it ages ago. It's a combination of a Japanese philosophical idea and a reaction to a very nasty attempt at a psychic attack.

Basically, it boiled down to "If I can prevent my aura/energies/whatever from interacting with someone else's, I can be invisible to them psychically". It would take a LONG time to explain the whole thing, but it can distract people trying to track you psychically. But you must remember that while it is *not* connected to you, it is vulnerable to *everything*. Andd you feel very very... weird when you do it.
hypnobarb1
Mar. 27th, 2012 10:12 am (UTC)
When I add new members to the Small Town Ghosts Team of paranormal investigators, I teach members to pull in their aura when they need to protect themselves. They practice pulling it in tight, like a force field around them. When they want to enhance sensitivity, I have them project it out. To give each individual visual feedback, I use dowsing rods and approach them, giving the rods instructions to flare out when the reach the field.

My theory and that of some other paranormal investigators, is that we perceive the presence of ghosts and spirits through our aura. When our electromagnetic field interacts with the electromagnetic field of the paranormal entity. Do we really know how far out that field truly reaches? In quantum physics, there can be electrons that are paired millions of miles apart. The densest part of the field is close to our bodies and can be pulled in or pushed out, but the thinnest parts travel the universe.
zk306
Mar. 27th, 2012 10:51 pm (UTC)
this is how i always thought about it. that your aura can be like some sort of radar that can pick up the presence of spirits or ghosts. and in reverse, entities can pick you up via your aura.

oh another thing. a coworker of mine has never had any experiences with the paranormal. when he asked a medium if there was an explanation for this, he was told that his aura was "noisy" and that it deterred ghosts.

anyway, interesting to see the different views on the topic ^^
stretfordditto
Mar. 27th, 2012 11:04 am (UTC)
I found all the replies very interesting. I read a book my daughter recommended 'The Boy Who Saw True' and he could see auras from being so young he didn't know what they were. A fascinating read.
nine_am
Mar. 27th, 2012 05:43 pm (UTC)
Out of curiosity, what or how does aura benefits one self?
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