What Does the Color White Mean in the Aura

auras color white Jul 01, 2019
White is the color seen around the first layer of the aura. When a person first begins to see the auric field around the body, this is what they see, the glowing white light, which radiates around the physical body. This white light reflects the life-force radiating from the spirit and the auric energy fields.
 
White is rarely seen as the primary color in the overall aura and once a person has more practice in seeing the aura, the colors surrounding the auric fields quickly predominate and are more vivid and exciting than the white glow of the first field.
 
When white is seen swirling in patterns around the aura it indicates the person is speaking truthfully and clearly about the topic. Orbs of white light that are focused in a ball or spiral shape indicate spiritual beings in the energy fields surrounding the person and at times, attempting to communicate with the person.
 
When the protective shield of the aura is enlarged and expands outward to...
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How Sound Shifts Energy in the Aura

auras energy work Jun 30, 2019
 
In aura video number three, (watch above) Kala explains how the aura “magnetizes” and attracts and reflects energy and how psychics read your aura.
 
She also discusses how energy cords connect in the aura, how energy moves through the aura and what makes an energy vampire.  
 
Kala’s Quick Tip shared in this video is How Sound Shifts Energy in the Aura and How to Use Sound to Clear a Room.
 
Study with Kala in her six week online course, AURA SCHOOL, where Kala teaches you how to see auras and more importantly, how to clear the energy in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual fields of the aura in order to reach your highest and full potential.
In this Six Week Course with Kala, you will discover how energy cords attach in relationships, how the aura works during pregnancy, how every breathe we take affects the aura, how a depleted aura creates an energy vampire and how the aura connects during sex.
 
As an...
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How Crystals Work with the Aura

auras crystals energy work Jun 30, 2019
 
In Part Two of Kala’s How to See Aura Videos, (watch the video above) she explains How the Aura was read in the ancient temples, including how healers could see dis-ease in the Mind, Body and Spirit Connection and How they Worked with the Aura to Bring about Healing. 
 
She also demonstrates how crystal wands were used for healing the aura.
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Your Aura Changes Every Seven Years

 
People often ask me, Kala, what do you see, when you see the aura of a person?
 
I explain to them, that I see the true essence of the person, “who they are at the soul level”.
 
The aura expresses who we are, what we are thinking, how we feel about things and what we long for in life. It shows our physical well being, our emotional reactions and the depth of our thoughts on various topics.
 
In essence, in every moment, the aura paints a picture of our soul and what we are experiencing here in human form.
 
Then people ask me, Kala, I wish I could see auras like you do and I say, you can, truly you can! This is why I wrote my three time award winning book,
 
so that you can learn how to see auras, work with them and identify what the colors and shapes mean.
 
But there are those who want to go further…
to explore much deeper than what a book can explain and it is for this reason,...
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The Goddess Within

 
In the wisdom teachings of the Divine Feminine, there are certain earth cycles, which open a gateway between the higher planes of existence and the earth plane. These moments of enhanced connection allow us to view the rhythm and timing of the goddess in her form as mother nature.
 
One of these magical moments is marked as the mid-way point of the season of Winter around February 2nd. This celebration is most popularly known by the Celtic reference of Imbolc. During the barren frozen winter days of early February in western Europe, the celebration of Imbolc was a symbol of hope and represented the good things to come. When surveying the landscape (without), everything appeared bleak, and lifeless yet (within) the dairy animals, hints of Spring were returning as the animals began to lactate and milk began to flow again.
 
While Imbolc is the most well known celebration of this holiday, its origins stem from a powerful universal wisdom teaching known as...
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Awakening During Spring Equinox

 
Spring Equinox is known as the first day of Spring, which marks a seasonal cycle of rebirth, where the knowledge cultivated from the Fall Equinox (a focused period of self-introspection and reflection) now blossoms into creative expression.
 
There are tremendous transformational powers available during the equinox and solstices during these three day periods (the day before, the equinox or solstice day and the day after). When we understand the energy available during this time, we can create great change in our lives. In order to know what we must transform, we must understand the past experiences reflected upon during the Fall Equinox, which then allows us to regenerate this information into wisdom and enhance who we are.
 
We can not fully understand what we have not experienced. Through the action of applied knowledge and experience, we develop the inner wisdom to answer such questions. By doing this, we honor the people and experiences who...
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First Kiss of Spring

ritual spring equinox Jun 30, 2019
 
Spring, the mere mention of the word tingles my senses, reminding me of hope, renewal and a chance to begin everything in life anew.
 
On a deeper level, I seem to remember past lives as a fair celtic maiden, playing hide and seek in the woods with friends, and delighting in the discovery of a meadow of flowers, plucking a handful of them to make herbal concoctions and a potion or two for safekeeping.
 
Times have changed and I currently live in an overly domesticated suburban world, with only small patches and parks to remind me of my natural roots. Yet, at the first hint of Spring, my shoes go off and I have to sink my toes deep into the green grass, slowly stirring both of us back to life.
 
One evening, while I was out doing just this very thing, along with a bit of stargazing, I was greeted by the sweetest little bunny in my yard. Ahhh, truly the spirit of Spring is here, right on time and as I stood in the quiet of my yard, I felt a...
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Can Your Aura Affect Electronics - Ask Kala

 
Welcome to the ‘Ask Kala’ column, where she invites you to email your probing metaphysical, magical, spiritual and supernatural questions. Due to the volume of email she receives, she won’t be able to answer back all individual e-mails. Instead, she’ll choose interesting questions and answer them here. This question is from Dana.
 
Hi Kala,
My name is Dana and I live in Sonoma, California. My husband is convinced that I throw off energy fields that affect electronics and I am beginning to believe he’s right. I find if I’m particularly stressed with work, I will have computer issues. Today I was turning on the TV for my son and our DVR in our bedroom went dead. We went into his room and the same thing happened. When I walked out of the room it rebooted. I came back in and sat down and it went dead. I left and it rebooted! Also since childhood I have had dreams that come true. Most often they are about something bad or negative...
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Exploring MidSummer with Marie LaVeau

 
Midsummer, celebrated around the time of Summer Solstice in New Orleans is celebrated in a festival also known as St. John’s Eve.
During Midsummer, it is said that the Goddess manifests as Mother Earth and the God as the Sun King. In Celtic lore, it regarded as the best time to see fairies and in pagan times it was the feast of the Goddess Aine. In later days as Christianity took over the holidays from the pagans, they changed the festivals to feasts for Saints.
 
Currently in Catholic celebrations, June 23rd is known as St. John’s Eve, with St. John’s Day celebrated on the 24th, as the day of his birth, though it is not confirmed whether this is the actual day of his birth. It is interesting to note that the pagan story commemorated the balance and changing of rule between the Oak King and the Holly King and then in Christianity, it became representations of the birthday of St. John to represent Summer Solstice and the birthday for Christ...
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The Luck of the Irish in New Orleans

new orleans Jun 30, 2019
‘I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it’. – Thomas Jefferson
 
 
We've all heard about the fascinating history of the Creole and Cajun cultures portrayed in the music and cuisine, the Spanish and French architecture are apparent throughout the city and the soulful influence of the Caribbean and African people provide the pulse and vibe of the crescent city. But what about the other cultures that helped build the city?
 
The most unique combination of ingredients blended together make the best gumbo and the same can be said about creating a city. Each culture who settles in a region, indelibly leaves their mark and impact on the area.
 
In New Orleans history, this includes the migration of the Irish. During the 1840’s, a great famine hit Ireland, referred to as the potato famine. The magnitude of this famine along with the politics of the time with the English, encouraged...
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