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Aura size and dowsing

November 7, 2013

So in the last post I gave you a video of how to push the aura. Quite exciting right? I mean the synchronistic movement of the pusher and pushee has to say a lot for validating that there is something going on. The human aura is an amazing thing and frankly I’d love to spend more time playing with it and figuring out what it is and why we have it.

One of the things I learned a few years ago was that we can extend or contract the aura at will. Why we have this facility and what it means are up for debate, I will give one useful use later on. For the moment let’s look at the process. Sadly I don’t have any videos to show you, so you’ll have to take my veracity at face value.

The basic instruction is this.

  1. Dowse for the edge of a persons aura.
  2. Now tell them to imagine a bubble around them, with the edge of the bubble right where the aura is. A bit like a soap-bubble.
  3. Now tell them to push the bubble outward so that it is some 3 times its former width.
  4. The person dowsing should then try again to find the edge of the aura.

    aura pushing
    aura pushing

I tried this experiment several times and once with a kid aged 12. Worked every time. An interesting twist is this. Put 3 markers on the ground spaced about 3 feet apart. Now tell the person to expand their aura to the size of one of the markers at random so the dowser doesn’t know where the aura ought to be. Works like a charm too.

A final experiment that was tried was to expand another persons aura. Basically the same steps as above but this time instead of the person whose aura it is expanding it. Another person visualizes the expansion. This surprisingly worked too.

A question that arises is this, can we protect against someone else messing with our aura? If so, how? What does it mean to expand and contract auras? Definitely areas to pursue at some point.

One thing I have learned in the past is that aura seems to be affected by metal. In particular, road rage is partly due to the interaction of our aura and the metal cage (car) that we are sitting in. Tightening ones aura whilst driving reduces incidences of feeling road rage.

In the next post I am going to really push (pun intended) the aura out and tell you about a truly amazing experiment that I conducted. The implications? Staggering!

Kal Malik Aura Experiments


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