I really enjoy books that give in-depth information on one subject. Now, I don't mean that in a narrow sense, but in the broader sense that you'll find in Aura Reading for Beginners by Richard Webster.
Of course, this book explains exactly what the aura is and how to first sense, then feel, and finally see it. But that is not all it does. What good is seeing the aura unless you can do something with that skill? That is where this book really shines.
Richard goes deeply into the meanings of the colors that can be seen in the aura. You'll find that although some people have single-color auras, most have multiple colors. What does each color mean? How do they relate to each other? What about the colors of the chakras, the energy whirls within the aura? You'll find the meaning of these colors in the pages of this book.
Once you can see the colors and know their meanings, you can give an excellent reading for yourself or someone else. An entire chapter is dedicated to how to give a reading: what to say and, just as importantly, what to not say.
This book shows you how to use this information to help people and safely make the positive changes in their lives that they want. You can use this for healing or magick or just about anything. The keys are simply to understand how to add and subtract energy in the form of color. And everything you need to know is right here.
So if you are interested in really making a difference in your life and the lives of those around you, get this book.
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