Controversial Aura Reading Quotes. Let’s discuss. Because more and more people today can read auras. Which is good.
But not so good? Some of today’s comments, wisecracks, and sincere attempts at aura-talk. Which are not in the least bit helpful.
Perspective on Aura Reading Today
Living now, we’re pioneers. Like it or not. Since we’re living in the early years of The Age of Awakening.
Quite likely, hundreds of years in the future, folks will consider us privileged. Wow, living among the first generation of humans on earth! Helping to redefine self-actualization. Able to live The New Strong. Absolutely, pioneers of this glorious time!
- When personal growth comes so much easier than during any previous period in human history.
- And when spiritual awakening is ours for the asking. (Even one heartfelt prayer can set it in motion.)
- Everyone who wishes to notice energies can do so. Stage 1 Energetic Literacy! Not so accurate, but it’s a start. And it sure feels great to start reading energies!
- And spiritual seekers can easily, easily develop Stage 3 Energetic Literacy.
Okay, it’s also a very weird time of transition. When political life demands that caring people participate. Not to hint, but to give a gentle reminder to all American readers of this blog: Election Day is coming next Tuesday, Nov. 6. Please inform yourself and vote. As eloquently and resoundingly expressed in this superb article.
Moreover, we’re the first generation of aura readers to learn Stage 3 Energetic Literacy. And it does get a bit confusing. Like when is it appropriate to discuss your personal insights from reading auras?
Does anything go? Are you merely ahead of your time, talking the cool talk? Like, “the more, the merrier.”
Maybe it’s really important to spread the word about energetic literacy, any way you can.
Bringing insights from deeper perception into everyday conversation? Sounds good.
Except, do you risk turning off potential aura readers? Maybe confusing them. Maybe worse.
Take this quiz, Blog-Buddies. And, for best results, contribute to this thread by sharing your answers to these 10 questions.
Is it okay to say the things listed below? If not, why not?
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #1. Truthful Intros
Introduce yourself to someone, “I’m Joe, and I have an excellent Throat Chakra Databank for Verbal Integrity.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #2. Helping Your Friends
Scolding a friend, “Did you really mean that? Because if you’re lying now, it’s going to show in your aura.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #3. Better Care and Feeding of Your Friends
Lunching with friends in a restaurant, telling your buddies, “Order vegetarian. You don’t want an ugly aura, do you?”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #4. Helpful Insights
Interpret for someone, “The reason you act this way is what’s going on in your Belly Chakra Databank about Sex Drive.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #5. Justified Indignation
Complain to your mother, “I’ve got to quit this job. My boss has an ugly aura.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #6. Political Wisdom
Complain to your father, “Please reconsider your vote. It’s going to put gray slime in your aura.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #7. Good Advice, Kindly Meant
Warn your sister, “You think those wrinkles on your face are bad? If you keep talking this way, you’ll get ugly auric modeling.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #8. Towards a Better Love Life
Report on a first date, “What a great aura! I think this relationship has potential.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #9. Choosing Fidelity
Laying down the law on a 10th date, “You’d better treat me right, because if you cheat I’ll be able to tell immediately from your aura.”
Controversial Aura Reading Quotes #10. Good Taste in The Age of Awakening
While people-watching with a friend, “He shouldn’t wear this outfit. It clashes with his energy field.”
By All Means, Add Aura Talk that YOU Have Heard.
Place it in comments below, Blog-Buddies. And then share your thoughts.
Because we’re all finding our way. What is today’s best Aura Etiquette?
Some comments, however well meant, are tacky. Versus some comments might be helpful — but in which circumstances?