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re: auras

Posted by Dinah on August 21, 2003, at 22:45:03

In reply to re: auras rayww, posted by rayww on August 21, 2003, at 10:14:56

I must confess that my concentration is not such at the moment that I was fully able to take in the posts on this subject. But the title intrigued me.

I have often wondered about my way of seeing people. I have great difficulty seeing their actual features. But I can see them in other ways quite well. I actually see them better sometimes with my eyes closed.

Sometimes the way I see them involves color, sometimes texture, sometimes other things. My father often has a black cloud with bolts of red in it. A psychologist I saw for testing was billowy and marshmallowy, though that had nothing to do with her looks.

I don't much converse with other people, so I've never been quite sure if how I saw people was the norm or not. My therapist is often greatly entertained by my descriptions of himself and of others. He thinks it's a form of emotional sensitivity.

Is this the sort of thing aura means? Or are auras more concrete?




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