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3 Common Aura Myths

aura myths

Aura is a hotly debated topic because most people don’t believe it exists and love to argue with people who do. They don’t explore the topic and concept of aura in depth and therefore don’t have enough knowledge to understand the difference between misconception and facts.

It doesn’t help that there are many poorly researched articles and blog posts written on the topic. There are also several professional aura readers who want to take advantage of the lack of knowledge to gain more profit. Here are some common aura myths that tend to confuse new readers and believers.

Thousands of Different Colors

This myth is commonly circulated and many people believe that an aura can be any color under the sun. That’s not the case at all. In fact, research indicates that aura colors are limited to the colors of the visible light spectrum and there are only seven. While these colors will vary is intensity and brightness from person to person, you can be certain that you won’t find any color outside of this spectrum in your aura. Of course, some colors can blend and give the illusion that there are other colors present but in reality, most auras will have:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Indigo
  • Violet

An aura is never black but can be dark and muddy so it looks brown. You might find different shades of colors mentioned above. For example, you can find dark, intense red, light, orange-tinged red, or pale, pinkish red in an aura as well.

Aura Doesn’t Change

Your aura reflects your state of health, well-being, and your personality. None of these qualities are static and remain the same. You might become more mature or disciplined as years pass. Some people become more angry and frustrated as the stress piles up. Bad experiences can alter your beliefs and character in a significant manner.

All of these changes will be reflected in your aura and it will change accordingly. Similarly, if you’re ill or simply in a bad mood on a particular day, your aura will alter based on your mental and physical state. If you have a bright and vivid aura on a Sunday, you might have a dull and tired one on a Friday, just based on the way your work-week has progressed. Just because aura readings are never consistent doesn’t mean they’re not reliable.

Aura Healing is Expensive and Complicated

Nothing could be further from the truth. Some aura readers do try to exploit customers and try to sell them special ornaments and treatment techniques to heal the aura. You don’t need all of this to get back into a healthy state. Most aura healing techniques require a healthy diet, moderate exercise like yoga and tai chi, meditation, soothing baths, and relaxation. The idea is to restore the balance in your body and mind as that will have an impact on your aura.

If you truly want to understand your aura or try aura reading yourself, you should research the topic in depth and disregard all misconceptions related to it.