"The aura is composed of sections gathered in its appearance as one whole egg-shaped unit. The fact is it has a segment attuned to the mind both the conscious, subconscious, and superconscious. A segment attuned to the feeling and emotional as well as to the physical body. The mental segment does not record what you think but rather the flavor of your thoughts, whether they are kind, emotional, or of a more spiritual nature.
The physical segment records the health, energy level, general well-being, and how the body is affected by your mental and emotional attitude, and how the outside stimuli and conditions of your personal world influence you for good or ill.
This is all adhered to in what appears to be the one egg-shaped body with its fluctuating colors. The soul "records" the various segments and records the information therein faithfully. Nothing can erase this information from the soul except through spiritual cleansing.
The influence and strength of the ego manifests as a bubble-like appendage, which at first is small and sometimes not clearly seen until the influence of the ego strengthens in power, then the bubble can surround the aura and dull its appearance.
Thus the influence and guidance of the spirit become weakened and so manifest as thin, string-like threads. The stronger the ego, the weaker and thinner the threads.
In the case of murderous and destructive intent of the person, the threads consist only of the lifeline that keeps the body alive with no higher influence available, and so produces dark and dull colors.
In a person of good spiritual intent, the lines are larger and the colors are vibrant and beautiful and bright. Illness won't shrink size of the spirit lines and will manifest in the aura as dull colors around the body in the area of the illness. The more serious the illness, the duller the colors. If the person is near death, the aura appears limp, much like long, wet fur.
Study this for there is more as you learn. Peace."
03/26/2023 Blog. Thomas, MOONLIGHT WISDOM - Night lessons from My Teachers, October 5, 2017, 2:00 a.m., Pgs. 42-43. Copyright © 2018 Rev. Penny Donovan. All rights reserved. To purchase this book, please click here.