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re: auras Dinah

Posted by lil' jimi on August 24, 2003, at 3:41:58

In reply to re: auras, posted by Dinah on August 21, 2003, at 22:45:03

hi Dinah!

> 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?

i would say you are seeing auras ... ... and this perception certainly is a form of emotional sensitivity ... your therapist should be commended for being empathetic ...

i know of nothing about auras being specific or required in terms of being perceived ... ... certainly not concrete ...
... ... these perceptions can be reflective of the emotions or other elements of the person or object with which they are seen
... ... yours are not the typical descriptions of auras i am familiar with or have heard ...
... for as much as i am sensitive enough for me to "see", auras are typically vaporous whisps which glow as if from leaking radiation ...

... because each of us perceives auras with our own emotional (astral) sense organs (chakras), we should expect that our sensations we experience from auras to be as diverse as we are ... ... yours sound to me rather like soft sculptures ...

... and these experiences obstruct your regular (i don't know what to call it except "regular") sight?
... ... i find this curious and it makes me concerned ... ... i want you to be able to see!

take care,
~ jim




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