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anyone else see light around people?
Posted 6/1/12
Makes me think of synesthesia, but seeing auras isn't really a part of that condition.
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Posted 6/1/12
i was thinking synesthesia as well, though it can occur with numbers and letters, maybe it happens with people
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Posted 6/1/12
Well it could be something wrong with my eyes but I'm not on anything. At any rate at one point I was on Ambien for little while. It didn't affect the light. Just for giggles before I went to sleep I looked in the mirror, the light hadn't changed. It was exactly the same as it always is. Whether I'm on something or on nothing the light remains the same.
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Posted 6/1/12
Maybe the unicorns from candy island gave you a special mission to see if you could spot the colorful elfs from a magical world.
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Posted 6/1/12

-FueledbyRamen wrote:

Maybe the unicorns from candy island gave you a special mission to see if you could spot the colorful elfs from a magical world.


You know what? I never thought about that. Maybe they did!

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Posted 6/1/12

chris1976 wrote:

I see light around people, animals and plants. Sometimes around inanimate objects too. I've seen it my whole life. I've talked to pagans who told me they're auras and doctors who told me they weren't sure what it is. I half expected it to go away when I started wearing glasses because I figured it was a vision problem but it's still there. If I stare at people the light gets colorful. I don't do this much as it tends to make people nervous. Anyone else see light like that? If so what do you believe causes it?


sounds like aura's to me but good luck proving that http://www.reiki-for-holistic-health.com/auracolormeanings.html <----you can see the meaning of each color there. Although it almost impossible for science to prove that there are Aura's yet, as for whatelse it might be if you get headache's check at the bottom Aura

au·ra (ôr)
n. pl. au·ras or au·rae (ôr)
1. An invisible breath, emanation, or radiation.
2. A distinctive but intangible quality that seems to surround a person or thing; atmosphere: An aura of defeat pervaded the candidate's headquarters.
3. Pathology A sensation, as of a cold breeze or a bright light, that precedes the onset of certain disorders, such as an epileptic seizure or an attack of migraine.

aura [ˈɔːrə]
n pl auras, aurae [ˈɔːriː]
1. a distinctive air or quality considered to be characteristic of a person or thing
2. any invisible emanation, such as a scent or odour
3. (Medicine / Pathology) Pathol strange sensations, such as noises in the ears or flashes of light, that immediately precede an attack, esp of epilepsy
4. (Spirituality, New Age, Astrology & Self-help / Alternative Belief Systems) (in parapsychology) an invisible emanation produced by and surrounding a person or object: alleged to be discernible by individuals of supernormal sensibility
[via Latin from Greek: breeze]

Aura (symptom)
An aura is a perceptual disturbance experienced by some migraine sufferers before a migraine headache, and the telltale sensation experienced by some people with epilepsy before a seizure. It often manifests as the perception of a strange light, an unpleasant smell or confusing thoughts or experiences. Some people experience aura without a subsequent migraine or seizure (see silent migraine).
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Posted 6/1/12
I also see this. I'm prettttyyy sure it's something wrong with my brain or eyes rather than auras though. haha
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Posted 6/1/12
I'm really tempted to say it's aura
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Posted 6/1/12
It definitely sounds like auras to me, but you'll never get a medical professional or skeptic to admit it's anything other than a problem with your vision.
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Posted 6/1/12
that is weird...but maybe you're seeing auras..i think you're a psychic...i've hear about those lights/colors that some people can see in the show called psychic kids
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Posted 6/2/12

chris1976 wrote:

I see light around people, animals and plants. Sometimes around inanimate objects too. I've seen it my whole life. I've talked to pagans who told me they're auras and doctors who told me they weren't sure what it is. I half expected it to go away when I started wearing glasses because I figured it was a vision problem but it's still there. If I stare at people the light gets colorful. I don't do this much as it tends to make people nervous. Anyone else see light like that? If so what do you believe causes it?


You're probably really in sync with your spiritual capabilities.
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Posted 6/2/12
Nope.
Posted 6/2/12

Gonad wrote:

Makes me think of synesthesia, but seeing auras isn't really a part of that condition.


I thought the same. Whatever it is, I don't think your eyesight will hold out for too long.

What colours do you see anyway? Must be fun to wear sunglasses.
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Posted 6/2/12 , edited 6/2/12
My initial reaction:
O_o
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