The purpose of the School of Auras at Life Foundation is to understand the nature of our subtle bodies and their electromagnetic energies, learn about energy fields, and how to apply this wisdom for healing and spiritual growth. Students will learn how to read auras and apply this reading to holistic healing. The School of Auras will also conduct and promote research in Kirlian photography, Bioenergetics, Energy Medicine, and Energy Psychology.
The aura is an electromagnetic field that surrounds not only the human body, but all animate and inanimate objects existing in this Universe. Humans, animals, minerals, plants, and the Earth all have their own auras. An aura emirates a luminous radiation. Everything in this world, both visible and invisible, constantly vibrate. All particles of matter, from the tiniest atom to the mightiest planet, are in a state of vibration. The atoms of the human body are also in constant vibration. The human body appears to be a solid form, but as with all other forms, it is actually the densest layer of an energy field: the Aura.
The seven auric layers contain the blueprints for possible experiences we programmed when planning our current lifetime. We create experiences to learn certain pre-determined lessons. Due to our free will, these experiences may span over one or many lifetimes. Read more about the seven layers of the auric field.
The human aura surrounds and interpenetrates the physical body and emanates constantly changing colours according to our moods, health, mental, and emotional states. The aura represents the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual energies surrounding a person. Scientific research shows that this electromagnetic field that extends all around a body as far as the arms can stretch can significantly fluctuate in size depending on the general health of a person. The aura of a person is directly connected to a person’s state of health. The aura of a heathy person with physical vitality, mental clarity, and emotional wellbeing shows a bigger and brighter aura than the one with ill health or emotional issues. Different colours of the aura indicate various personality traits. It is an accurate map of our thoughts, feelings, and vitality of prana—life force. Read more about colours.
People have been able to see auras since ancient times. In Australia’s West Kimberley’s prehistoric cave paintings, people are depicted with golden halos. The luminous body of the aura was first recorded in Western literature by Pythagoreans around the year 500 B.C. Buddhist flags represent the auric colours seen around the Buddha. The Tibetan concept of ‘Lesya’ relates colours to mental and emotional states. In Iran the aura is known as ‘farr’ or glory. In India there is an ancient science called ‘chaya shastra’ in which ‘aura scanning’ is used for diagnostics and ‘aura correction’ is used for healing. In the classical Western mysticism of Neo-Platonism and Kabala the aura is associated with the astral body. The symbolism of light in the Bible is associated with the aura or ‘body of light’. Similar interpretations are found in Islamic traditions. In the modern era, Russian scientists have been studying auras through ‘Kirlian’ photography for over 50 years. Read more about Kirlian Photogaphy and the GDV camera.
While some people can see auras without any training, anyone can be trained to see auras. The aura is our spiritual signature. By reading the aura it is possible to diagnose diseases long before its physical symptoms become evident. By consciously controlling your aura you can actually heal yourself.