This week I’m revealing a lot more about myself. Sherri has challenged me to reveal five secrets, and yesterday I revealed possibly the biggest secret ever. Me. Well, I have been revealed before in part, but yesterday I went all out and posted several photos of me from yesteryear.
Today, I reveal three more secret photos of me. Well, a side of me that not a lot of people tend to see.
I can’t exactly remember when, unfortunately, but for three consecutive years I visited a Mind, Body and Spirit exhibition, and had my aura photographed on each occasion.
The people that took the photographs had a wonderful stand set up, and they even had photos dotted around the stand of other people’s auras.
Each aura is completely different to another, with some being tiny specks of colour above the person’s head.
Before I had the first photograph taken, I didn’t know what to expect. I had no idea as to how my aura would look, but I was hoping that I didn’t have a ‘boring’ one, if any such thing could exist!
I needn’t have worried. I was slightly impressed by my aura when I saw it, to say the least. I think the photographer was equally impressed, although they didn’t show it completely!
The next thing to happen was to have my aura read.
And with my aura being red (mostly) it was quite easy for an interpretation from the reader.
According to my aura, I’m pioneering and outgoing; confident; ambitious; and seek out new physical directions (which is indicated by the red). I’m creative and artistic, self confident and aware and open to new ideas / plans / projects (orange). I’m intelligent and logical, with a bright and active mind and I’m also open to new mental challenges (yellow). The green indicates a caring and balanced side of me, and shows that I’m reliable and responsible.
Well, that was me back then, anyway. I wasn’t as outgoing, confident or ambitious as my aura tends to let on, although I suppose I could have been depending on the situation. I’m not sure what I was doing to cause the green to show through, but our auras can change at any given moment, depending on our moods, what we’re experiencing at the time and other day to day stuff.
We’re never the same person all of the time as we change, and our auras also reflect this too. Which, considering I went on three different occasions – and on one of them I also had a full body aura photograph which was also mostly red – it’s quite remarkable how similar the photos are.
The third photo above looks as though I’m wearing a hooded cloak, which I wasn’t on the day!
I will have to make time to get another aura photograph taken – I’m interested to see how it is now, after all this time…