read art such as paintings is simple. You must first learn to
look into the painting. Allow your intuition to
give to you the emotional feelings of the artist.
going on in his or her life at the time of the
painting? Look and observe the color of the
painting. Is it dark and murky
or is it bright and
colorful? This will lead you to
know what sort of mood the artist was in.
Be sure to ask your
intuitive self this question. what was going on in their life at the time of the
Remember, color is very
important in any reading. It is an aid
only however, and you need to rely on
your psychic senses first.
Whenever you read a
photograph, there are several ways to do this.
The first way to read a
picture is to allow your eyes to go soft. Allow your eyes to go
out of focus. This works extremely
well if you have a photo of someone and the
person has a white background. If so,
let your eyes
focus upon the forehead of that person. Then, imagine that your eyes are
going out of focus.
Imagine now that you are trying to see
something between you and the photograph. You are drawing your eyes in.
Now just be aware around the outside
of the person's head, and you will soon start to see
a glow. At first it may appear to be white,
or even transparent. This is because your eyes have been
trained by that "computer" inside of your head
for you to see three dimensionally -
to see only objects that appear to
be solid and still. You can use this same method to see
a persons aura. In fact, this is exactly what
you are doing in the picture, looking for the
aura. I believe that when you are aura
gazing, or crystal gazing you are in effect
switching your thinking from left to right. The
left-side of your head, is the logical side, the side of
your conscious mind. When you switch your thinking to the
right, you are now thinking with the spirit side,
the subconscious side. This is the creative side, the
psychic side. When this happens, the aura will
tell you what it means, rather than you telling it.
The right side is receptive, and intuitive. The left
side only thinks it knows.