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Natural Awakenings Sarasota / Manatee / Charlotte

Auras, Emotions and the Human Voice

In 1939, Semyon Kirilian accidentally discovered that he can photograph human energy fields, and as a result, many people are familiar with Kirilian photography today. Holistic wellness centers and health expos often make such photographs available to the public. These cameras utilize skin conductivity to register the energy field.  

There are other systems that use the human voice to capture the holographic signature of the human energy field at any given moment. As human emotions change, so do the  auric colors and structures. Each color has its own meaning as a unique fingerprint that reflects a host of information about the person.  

For example, indigo aura radiates benevolence and a intuition. A blue aura communicates spirituality, healing qualities and kind, sensitive natures. A yellow aura is usually optimistic, but can also be indecisive. A green reveals heart energy, peace, compassion and love. An orange is ambitious and mentally conscientious. A pink aura shows a are and special kind love, sincerity and friendship. 

Some aura colors reflect the more painful side of being human such as black, brown and gray. A Red aura is energetic, intense and earthy. One of the most unique colors is white. Humans with this aura are spiritual, enlightened and awakened.  

If you are interested in seeing your auric field, contact Beata Molnar, Energy Healer in Sarasota. With every healing session, she will include aura scans, sometimes before-and-after scans to show progress during her 90-minute sessions. Molnar has a biofeedback device that uses the human voice to scan the energy field. She Molnar discovered that when her clients sing into her recording equipment instead of speaking, the human aura comes out stronger, brighter and more colorful.  

 

Location: Aaron Ct., Sarasota. For more information, call The Healing Room at 941-586-9539 or visit Facebook.com/CreateBalanceAndHealing. 

Natural Awakenings of Sarasota August 2020 Digital Edition

 

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