2 thoughts on “Do Auras Exist?

  • December 31, 2015 at 10:29 am

    Mystical experiences are a mystery to those who focus entirely on the physical, or 5 senses, for obtaining information. Part of our nature is spirit and those who look for answers in the biochemical will miss stuff. Bio photonics shows that the foundation of the human cell is light therefore energy or vibration drives everything that occurs in a person, even our chemistry. There are parts to our body which are rarely used because we are trying to drive everything through biology. Changes occur in the body when we activate our energy centers or the parts that especially respond to energy vibration. I do not have the expertise to give an adequate explanation of all this info but can say that from 20 years of experience in this area, I can say that spirituality intersects life in the area of energy and energy vibration. Light vibration even drives healing – which is a whole other area of exploration. Biology is inadequate by itself, it only can see part of the picture. Biology needs electricity (energy) to function and spirituality taps into that source.

    • December 31, 2015 at 10:37 am

      Thanks for the insights, Mark. My intent isn’t to suggest that biology as currently formulated has all the answers. It may well be that future work will reveal deeper subtleties, such as light energies currently undetectable. Biology already includes many photic and electrical phenomena, and someday it may include more. My point was to show that we can work to heal the rift between science and mysticism even now, when there still seem to be a lot of contradictions. Synesthesia may explain auras completely, or only partially, or not at all. Time will tell. But while we wait, we can explore ways of building a unified worldview that encourages scientists and mystics to work with one another.



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