By admin on January 11, 2019
Are there times when you feel uncomfortable in crowded places? Are there moments when you feel as if your space is being invaded? Some people can only come so close to you. This is a reaction triggered by your aura. It's possible that someone else's aura is intruding upon yours. At times, you feel uneasy in the presence of a certain person. You enter a room, you have this sense that something is wrong. The human aura is a strong electro-magnetic field. We give off electrical energy and absorb magnetic one. You can feel this energy force in a room full of people, where varying energies, positive and negative are being intercharged. The aura is an extension of our energies, be it strong or weak, fair or otherwise, light and bright or dull and dense. It is a band of energy that surrounds us, a life energy that can be sensed around every living thing, plants, trees, animals, birds and people. There are seven layers of aura, but the most accessible to the human perception are the first three layers surrounding the human body. Auras can be seen with the eyes wide open. It can also be seen psychically with the eyes closed. Auras can be best seen under a soft light. You can check your own aura by looking at a mirror against a light color background with dim lighting. Look beyond the object and do not focus on it.Auras are observed more prominently around the hands, between the shoulders, neck and head area. Those who can see aura mostly observe the mental and etheric layers or planes. These are the colorful layers of aura. Physical Aura Closest to the body is the physical aura. It represents the body’s physical growth, strengths and weaknesses, physical sensations, pleasant and unpleasant. This band is very strong in athletes and people who are in touch with themselves- enjoy life’s pleasures like food, comfort, sex, etc. Mental and Emotional Aura Moving away from the body is the second layer. This reflects the person’s emotional moods and mental feelings, about how one feels about…
By admin on January 11, 2019
The Gemini sign is always the center of attention at any social gathering. Geminis are extremely articulate and know exactly what to ask, say, and do in any given situation. They are people-pleasers, and are very intuitive when it comes to reading others. Since their interests are spread over a large number of topics and issues, Geminis may find it hard to commit themselves to one particular passion. This is why they often fail to meet expectations at certain times. Gemini signs are always interested in learning new things and meeting new people. They believe that committing to only one pursuit will result in missing out on other experiences. They can carry on a conversation with anyone about any given subject, and have the uncanny ability to argue their way out of any situation. Since a Gemini is a people-person, he or she is always surrounded by a large number of people, which can make it difficult to attract the Gemini’s attention. They do not appreciate individuals who are frivolous in nature or overly conservative. Because they are so intelligent, if you cannot keep up with them in a conversation, a Gemini will quickly lose interest. Those ruled by the Gemini sign are often known to be shallow and superficial. Since their interests lie in a variety of topics, they find it hard to specialize in one particular field, both academically and professionally. This trait is also reflected in their personal relationships, as they are often unable to commit to just one partner. Ruled by the element of air, Gemini gets along best with fellow air signs such as Aquarius and Libra. Gemini people are very curious and are well-aware of subjects that interest them. Therefore, if you enter into a debate with a Gemini, make sure you know your stuff well. Otherwise, a Gemini will shut you up before you can even say “but”.