Karma Club: Aura Readings
So, I have this cool club of women. Freaky amazing women. I have penned it “Karma Club” and it entails Dalai (me) organizing events where we all come together and get exposed to something new. (Here is another Karma Club meeting)
No, not new like Tupperware or cooking utensils. Lordy.
New like a Shaman, Medium, Reiki energy worker, essential oils…THAT kind of stuff.
Stop reading now if you think we are crazy. Because we are. Crazy cool and fun.
Anyhoo, last night we had Barbara Criswell from Aquarius Book Store come and take pictures of our auras. HOW NEET IS THAT?
Well, it was SO neet.
Meet my aura:
Every Aura is Unique
What does yellow mean? Well, there are many interpretations, but generally speaking: happy, enthusiastic, optimistic, humor and laughter.
The most interesting thing about the night is how each of the eleven women had very different auras. Only one other woman had yellow in her aura at all. There were shades of green, blue, orange, purple and pink. There were different patters and shapes. Everyone was unique.
It was particularly intruiging to do this in a group and hear everyone’s aura reading and see how they fit the person we already know.
For example, one friend was lamenting about how crazy and pressured work has been. When her aura came back, it was bright green which was explained can often have a career/work meaning. Fun fun.
The history of auras goes back as far as we know. There are references in the bible as well as depictions of it in art at “halos.”
The first Aura photo was made by the genius scientist Nicola Tesla in 1891 and the technology was improved with the Kirlian electrophotography system in the 1930s.
Electrophotography is taking a “photo” of your electromagnetic energy through acupuncture points in the hands. Your unique energy at that point will reflect in your aura.
Still with me? Rolling your eyes?
Really, I wanted to share this with you NOT so I could educated you on electrophotography.
I just wanted to show off my aura.
Or maybe get you thinking about:
1. Starting your own Karma Club? More fun than book clubs, I promise!
2. Checking cool people in your city. There are fascinating people out there. Go get them!
Question: Are you guys interested in this kind of stuff? I can give you more. I’m from San Francisco, for Christ Sake.