Aura is the electromagnetic field that envelops us. This is nothing but a blueprint of the state within us related to our feelings, physical being, emotions and thoughts. Aura photography is an art wherein the aura around a person is captured using technology with the auric particles in their color. It allows non-gifted people also to see their aura.
Nicola Telsa was the first to take an aura photograph in 1891. By 1975, Thelma Mose and Valerie Hunt made it possible to measure aura with good accuracy. Guy Coggins combined the Kirlian photography with bio-feedback research to make the camera known as Guy Coggins Aura Camera 6000.
Aura photography makes use of sensors shaped like hand. These sensors measure the electromagnetic field based on the meridians on the hand. The energy readings are coded as frequencies which relate to certain color codes. A computer chip converts these frequencies in to the corresponding colors. Through a data cable, the information from the sensors is sent to the camera. Here, the picture is superimposed with the color and an aura photograph is generated.
With this technology, the readings of the inner being are being deciphered more accurately. The magnetic field of the planet we live in influences the flow of the auric particles and hence, the energy flow.
In places above the Equator, the flow is from the right to the left and vice-versa in places below the equator. Since the photograph is a mirror image, the right side in the photo indicates the future, the top indicates the present and the left indicates the past.
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