What Is Aura Photography? Here’s What Each Aura Color Means

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If you’re mesmerized by the dreamy, delicate colors that seem to emanate from a person’s head and shoulders in an aura photograph, you’ve probably been wondering what aura photography is and how it actually works.

Have you ever wondered what your spiritual mood is like? Did you know that your presence emits colors not easily seen with the naked eye? Aura photography is a powerful way to understand the energy you radiate, because knowing yourself is the key to living a better life. No, it’s not a botched photo job; it’s an actual image of that person’s aura, or their energy, or what Eileen Lee, founder of the Detroit-based photography project AURA AURA, calls their “human atmosphere.”

The practice, meant to provide a visual representation of how we feel on an energetic level, became a sensation a few years ago and has been popular ever since. However, aura photography has been around since the 1970s when Guy Coggins invented the camera that captures the essence of our energy and what we put out into the world.

“We all know what we’re going through in our lives and what we’re working on with ourselves,” Lee said. “However, to see this visually in something like a photograph is incredibly powerful because we are such visual creatures.”

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How does aura photography work?

Typically, aura photographers use a camera called an AuraCam. The cameras look like a box, with two smaller ones the subject puts his hands on for the photo. The smaller boxes are metal and plated with silver, allowing a biometric feedback system to generate the colors.

“The hand plates sense the frequency of vibration coming from you through the meridian points in your hands and send all that information to the camera,” Lee said.

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This frequency is matched to a corresponding color by an algorithm in the camera. Then, like a Polaroid, it prints out a photograph – although this is double exposed, an image of you overlaid with the aura image. The photographer will analyze the photo and tell you what your special energy says.

What does my picture say about me?

An aura picture can describe many things about your energy based on the colors and where they are located. The colors in the aura photos come from the chakra system, says Lee, so there are seven main colors: the rainbow colors, ROY G. BIV. But these seven colors can also be combined to create new ones. That number could even go into the 50s!

It’s important to remember that there are no “bad” colors – only positive or negative colors, similar to one’s personality or mood.

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What does each aura color mean?

  • Red: Aligns with the root chakra. Represents fearlessness, passion, materialism, courage, anger, frustration, or exhaustion.
  • Orange: Aligns with the Sacral Chakra. Represents relationships, joy, kindness, teamwork or action.
  • Yellow: Aligns with the solar plexus chakra. Represents confidence, happiness, self-esteem, inspiration, leadership, intelligence, motivation, or generosity.
  • Green: Aligns with the heart chakra. Represents personal growth, healing, peace, balance, responsibility, focus, jealousy or envy.
  • Blue: Aligns with the throat chakra. Represents intuition, caring, protection, sensitivity, positivity or peace.
  • Indigo: Aligns with the third eye. Represents intuition, inspiration, spirituality, empathy, anticipation, curiosity or self-doubt.
  • Violet: Aligns with the crown chakra. Represents charisma, vision, leadership, wisdom, empathy, spirituality, innovation, or philanthropy.

where can i get one

Aura photography is available from specialists and metaphysical shops across the country – a simple Google search will help you find the nearest one. Lee’s AURA AURA hosts pop-up events across the US.

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