See the Rainbow (Aura)

June 25, 2019 No Comments

I’ve always been fascinated by the “woo-woo” in life. From ghosts to spiritual guides, I’m into it all. One of the most popular ones (at least on Instagram), is aura photography. Aura photography aims to capture your aura at that moment by using hand sensor pads and special film. The results are always beautiful, from one vibrant color all over to a lovely rainbow of colors!

I’ve had my aura photographed twice now, both by Aura Aura, a studio based out of Detroit. My first one was taken last July at a pop-up event in Chicago, my friend Spencer also got hers taken too which made the experience even more special. We had identical notches at the top of our auras which was super interesting!

Eileen, the woman behind Aura Aura, is so lovely, kind and knowledgable about what everything in each aura photograph means.

She can see the specific colors (even when two meld together to form a third), and make out the tiniest details. For instance, in my above photo there’s a white-ish circle on the left hand side of the photo which indicates a spirit orb. I definitely take it to mean my dad is with me (again, your girl believes in ghosts), and I almost cried when she told me about spirit orbs last year.

I’ve been trying to get another session with her since the year started to see how my aura’s changed, if it at all, over the past year. When I saw she was going to be doing a pop-up at Onatah in Indianapolis, I immediately tried to get a session but they were all booked.

Luckily for me, they opened up their books for Sunday sessions, so two days ago I made my way up to Indy for the photograph!

Aura photo from this year
My aura photo from Sunday, featuring a Mag fur over my face 😉

Look at how much has changed! I’m not going to go into a whole lot of detail, since the session was personal and hit close to home. If you want you can look up the different colors and meanings on their website. One of the most noticeable changes is how much more clear the orb is. I now also have some white streaks above my head, which indicates a connection to my intuition/the spiritual world.

Overall I’d definitely recommend getting your aura photo taken, even if you don’t really believe in it. The explanation of the different colors and their placements is interesting, and you might be surprised by what pops up!

Have you gotten your aura photographed? Would you? Let me know in the comments!


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I’m Chelsea, half human, half disco ball, total joyful disaster. When I’m not walking my dog or sewing some fun clothes you can find me listening to records, exploring my city and doing my best to bring joy to my every day.