Seeing Auras & Energies - Exercise 1

Learning to See Auras & Energies

The following exercise will help you develop your natural ability to see auras and energies. In this exercise the goal is to improve your eye's response speed. This exercise should be performed on a regular basis. Once a day for a few minutes should be sufficient. Keep in mind not to overdo it or you could strain your eyes, which is not beneficial or helpful in any way.


Ensure that you are completely relaxed before beginning this exercise. You will need to save a copy of the image below; then print it out. Make sure that you are seated comfortably in a room with low light or candlelight. Place the sheet of paper with the dots on a table or flat surface in front of you.

The Exercise:

Speed is important for this exercise. All you need to do is look from one dot to the next. Try to avoid patterns. The most important thing is to continuously and spontaneously change dots. By changing your focus from one dot to the next, you will exercise your inner eye. The more you exercise your inner eye, the faster and more accurately your vision will respond. This is very important in order to see the more subtle colors around us. Eye reaction speed is the key here.

A simple starter exercise that will help you develop your natural ability to see auras and energies.

Expectation of Results:

For some people it will only take a few weeks to notice interesting results. Other people will find that it takes them longer. How fast you achieve results will depend largely on you. Performing the exercises regularly is the best way of obtaining results. Remember, pushing too hard will only slow you down due to eye strain.

As you continue to practice this exercise and work your inner eye, you will begin to notice a slight color shimmer around the black dots. This is normal and is an indication that you eyes are responding to the exercises.

Eye Strain Warning:

Do not over do it. Work with this exercise for a minute or so at first. You can cause eye strain if you work at it for too long in the beginning. If you feel any strain at all, stop and take a few minutes to rest your eyes. Wait a few days; then try the exercise again for a much shorter period of time.

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