I was recently reading about how we can charge our auras with personal magnetism, so that we can influence others e.g. if one was a speaker, he could influence his audience into liking him or becoming more receptive.
I haven't really tried it myself, but I am keen to hear if anyone has tried it and had success with it.
Yes, as your aura becomes stronger, and radiates further from the body as a result, it does start to influence others and bring about that quality of personal magnetism.
And, yes, you find that people just start liking you for no obvious reason.
There are also other benefits to having a powerful aura such as the ability to heal others with your hands.
This is because the fingertips (the first three of each hand) are "outlets" for excess aura energy which can be used to "charge" others who may feel depleted.
There is also one other significant overflow outlet for a powerful aura. That is on the left side of the head and it can eventually form a complete ring.
Those who are sensitive to seeing auras can, in those highly-developed people, see that ring around the head...now you know what a halo really is :)
answered 18 Nov '09, 07:12
Yes. Many people do it almost automatically, such as when exercising or when speaking about something they are passionate about. As to deliberately doing it, that is also certainly possible. I personally enjoy public speaking - in fact, more than almost anything else (which is apparently very odd according to most I talk to)...and others enjoy me speaking.
I have always had a rather er...silent magnetic pull on others. This increased dramatically once I got involved in all "this stuff" (at about 11 or so). Normal healthy living i.e. regular vigorous exercise, plenty of water, plenty of raw foods do a fair bit of work themselves. Yogic pranayama is also very effective for this. Since you said you were reading, and you're at this site - I'm going to assume you may be reading Hashnu O. Hara or Atkinson's (Dumont's) writings on it. Both of those are good.
As to personal experiences...it has just become a daily thing - and I don't care to speak too much about my experiences really. But, for example, I have moved people to various emotional frenzies when speaking - to just a room of two or three. (and any person who enjoys speaking will be willing to agree that this is harder with small numbers - I prefer at least 50-100) The majority of what I experience daily is similar to what Wade above me mentioned. :)
answered 18 Nov '09, 09:33
I have done this a few times, not on purpose and without even realizing I did it.
One time I was at a store and looking at something behind a girl that was working there. I was just about to ask her if I could see it and she turned around grabbed it and handed it to me to look at. I had not asked her and she reacted as if I had asked her.
Another time at a restaurant I ordered I'll say Iced Tea (it could have been some kind of soda I don't remember now) Right after I ordered and she walked away I thought oh man I should have ordered Lemon-Aid that is what I am really thirsty for! She brought me back Lemon-Aid like I had ordered Lemon-Aid, I said "You brought me Lemon-Aid" she said "yes that is what you ordered" I said "that is what I wanted thanks."
I have no idea how this happened but I can say I do and always did a lot of work with my aura and mind so maybe at those times I was like a powerful broadcasting station so loud that the thought overpowered the words and in the first case even pre-seeded the words so strongly I didn't even need to speak!
to influence other his easy. to not influence them his harder. they have free will same has you. so influence them to help them. but do not influence them out from ego because you become in part responsible of their choice. experience and enjoy.
answered 13 Feb '12, 00:29
This may not sound to spiritual but influence the hell out of them it's their responsibility to run their lives not yours. I personally would only use a power to influence someone in a way that was not to unreasonable for them to decide in my favor anyway. Some how I fell it's their responsibility to protect themselves It's funny to have people a lot older then me open the door for me. No I don't ask silently. They just do it. People in wheelchairs signal me to go first. I look in the mirror to change lanes and they are waving me over. I love it. I like to return this favor by waving others over.
answered 18 Mar '12, 01:57