I was snap chatting yesterday, the colour of my daisie’s aura. The flower was yellow and the aura around it was a bright yellow as well. It bounced and reflected nicely against my own, which was pure white at the time due to a spell.
Why Hello Kitty reminds me of auras? Beats me.
But I was very enamoured by all the glitter.
While I was out today walking around my garden, mingling with the flowers and feeling different healing vibrations, I decided to pick up a few and capture their auras (I named them myself, as they are hybrids):
Pink Wisp Flower
Inca Orange Flower (although there already exists an Inca strain, I loved the name for this)
White Wisp Flower
Fuschia Snake Tongue Flower
I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out seeing how I just started, a few months ago, working with plant medicine. It is not easy putting in the effort and time to watch these come to fruition, but it is wroth using them and admiring them. Feel free to use any of the images, with a link back.
Before I get started on my guide to capturing Auras, I would like to say that this goes for plants and not people. People are little more complex and their Auras depend on their moods, we do not have a set aura for life. With the rising increase of fraudulent people on Instagram – let’s just say it is getting pretty ridiculous. It’s like anyone who really does this has two options, to be ridiculed or falsified and if we don’t like the falsifications, then it does not exist. Well, you can give someone a cow but you can’t teach them to make milk.
Anyway, back to this, I needed to create a little step-by-step for any Witch who works with plants.
Capturing Plant Auras
- Capturing them through pictures works best in dim lighting, as the light that already exists in a lit room can fog the colour.
- Any camera with a flash can capture Auras.
- It helps tying the colour you see to chakras.
- It helps to tie the colour to the plant and colour therapy.
- If a plant’s aura makes you feel sad or happy, there is always a reason. There is a reason why the spectrum of light resembles our chakras.
- If the plant you’re capturing has more than one colour, like my Inca Orange above shows white and orange, it means the plant has more than one benefit and can be used to help more than one chakra.
- Don’t be discouraged on your first try. It takes time for your magic and connection to grow and will amplify as the weeks pass you by.
Have Fun and Blessed Be