Most people agree that your aura is a representation of your individual self. Knowing that, however, doesn’t explain which factors combine to determine the strength, clarity, and intensity of your aura. There are several things that work together to do this, among which most prominent are, physical health, depth and potency of emotions, and the state of spiritual energy.
Aura Clarity is largely based on your physical well-being
Being physically healthy promotes a clear, unobstructed aura. When the physical body is ill, it often tends to veer toward being hazy or cloudy. Many believe that the reason for this has to do with the body’s connection to the psyche, or spiritual well-being. If your body is struggling to rid itself of illness, then it stands to reason that the connection would be weaker, and therefore, radiate emotions and moods less clearly.
That is not to say that a cloudy aura can have only one cause, but rather that physical health is one of the most pronounced and easily recognized factors in aura clarity. Many people believe that emotional well-being also impacts the clarity of the aura. In many ways it does, but it seems to work in a different way.
Emotional Health Matters
For instance, a person who suffers from severe depression is not mentally healthy; may not have a cloudy aura. The depression may, in fact, promote a clear aura due to the intensity of the emotions. Unlike physical illness, mental illness doesn’t always reduce the connection you have to your psyche or spirit. If that were the case, then spiritual well-being would be dependent on physical well-being.
In very simple terms, it’s safe to say that anything that decreases the connection between the body and the psyche, and by extension, overall spiritual energy, has the potential to reduce the clarity of your aura.
Aura Intensity is the brilliance of color and how strongly it radiates
Intensity, the brilliance of the aura’s color and how strongly it radiates, is based on the strength of your emotions. As with clarity, mental well-being has some impact on aura intensity, but is more likely to affect the color itself. The strength of your emotions directly affects how bright the colors are. In other words, someone who is overcome with anger will have a very intense aura, as will someone who is extremely happy.
Aura Color depends on emotion and mood
Unlike clarity and intensity, the color of the aura itself depends on emotion and the resulting mood. Some psychics can feel the emotions that cause the aura, while others can see the resulting color. Those who are capable of seeing both are able to chart basic colors along with a list of basic emotions. Due to the multitude of possibilities, there is not one definitive set of colors and meanings. In other words, we cannot attribute a single emotion to a single color.
In elementary school, we learn that there are primary colors which can be combined to create a nearly endless list of color variations. This holds true when dealing with auras. It is very rare that anyone ever feels only one emotion, and it is entirely possible that the aura reflects all emotions; the stronger emotions radiate more powerfully than others and are often the first to be noticed. You could feel both relieved and angry at the same time, forcing the aura to reflect both emotions, rather than one instead of the other.
Auras are one facet of human existence that have the power to confuse and baffle even the most intelligent people. Partially because there is no clear-cut method of defining them. Countless factors coalesce to form the aura. One thing we can be certain of, however, is that of these factors, physical health, spiritual well-being, and emotional potency are among some of the most prominent and influential.