While in New York last summer I wondered into China town and found myself in the Magic Jewelry Shop to have my aura photographed. I had read a lot about these photographs with one blog in particular that made me curious. And who can resist the colors? The door was locked when I arrived and I had to wait to be buzzed in even though it was midday. The tiny shop had two display cases filled with, of course, jewelry.
Right away I asked for the picture and a lady had me sit and place my hands to the sides of me on small black metal boxes. She asked me to hold very still. The photo was taken and I followed her to a display case where she did the reading.
Much to my surprise I was overwhelmed with the accuracy of the reading. My aura colors that afternoon were bright yellows and oranges and reds. There was darkness over my tummy, cloudiness over my heart and my body was tinted green. The first thing she told me was that I needed to be mindful of eating breakfast every day and that not eating was the cause of the darkness in my photo. Immediately I was impressed that she would know that I skipped breakfast the past three days. She then told me that the orange meant I was a friendly, outgoing person. The yellow represented that I had a major life change about two years ago and that it all was for the best, that I was growing into the person I was much more comfortable with and that it was making me truly happy. The red was informing me that I needed to reach out to my creative side. And the green tint picked up on my need to be compassionate. Not surprising since I’m comfortable doing Hospice Care. And the heart thing, cloudy, well, no surprise there. I was given a few more details and it concluded with her telling me that the intensity moving from the bottom right to the left meant that the future was bright and I’d see amazing things in the next year.
She finished the reading while taping the photo to a card and suggesting a few pieces of jewelry to enhance the good and protect me from the bad. I politely declined and was invited to come back again at a different time of day or the following day because our aura changes as often as our feelings. While I didn’t get a chance during that trip, I plan to go again next time I get into the city again.