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I Think I May Be Seeing Colorless Auras?


I'm 15 years old, but for as long as I can remember, I have always been a little "off". It's been a few years now that I have really been getting a lot of strange things happening to me, for example when I'm sitting in class looking at my teachers in the front of the room, I can see a white light that surrounds their heads, and it enfolds their hands and arms. I decided to try an figure out what I was seeing so I somehow came across the term auras. I began to read as much as possible on them, and even bought this random book about auras. But one thing never added up, I can never see the color, its always a white light.

I also hear people calling my name, at first I assumed it was just someone trying to get on my nerve, by repeatedly calling my name and then looking away. But a few months ago I started to pay attention to what the voice sounded like, and I realized its always lower than a whisper, meaning the person would have to be right in my ear, and there is never anyone that close to me when it happens.

The most recent thing happening to me, is that whenever I go out in public, I always feel a little weird. It's hard to explain, but I feel drained, and tired, and anxious. I also recently found out I get panic attacks, and I was prescribed medicine for them. But even with the medicine I still find myself overwhelmed in public areas. I'm not sure what to make of this at all, although I think people call it empathic? But I don't know what the term exactly means.

Twice, I have awoken to a male presence. The first time was about 4 months ago, and I barley remember it, but I woke up quite groggy, to see a black figure at the foot of my bed, I could not see any features, but I, surprisingly, didn't jump out of bed screaming my head off because I just didn't feel as if it were going to bring any harm to me. Although I couldn't see his face, I just got the feeling he was around my age. Of course I'm not even sure it was real because I was half awake. The second time was about 1 month ago, I had fallen asleep a little drunk, I know I'm only 15, but anyways, I woke up still quite groggy, and I heard a male voice (again, this voice sounded adolescent) saying, or more like groaning my name, "Taarraaaa", but it wasn't a mean harsh voice, it simply sounded disappointed. This time I freaked out, and jumped out of bed and ran into my moms room. I didn't tell her what happened.

I also get a really bad ringing in my ears, and I sometimes refer to it as "white noise", I'm not really sure what to make of all of this, so if anyone can maybe offer their opinions, that would be incredibly helpful. Thanks.

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FluffehLamb (1 posts)
10 years ago (2012-09-03)

Look maybe this doesn't mean much to you now, seeing's though you posted this a while back, but I want you to know that I too have experienced many of the confusing, frightening and funny things that you have. In fact, I actually cried in relief when I read your article, simply because I honestly started to believe that I was the only one who had these peculiar phenomenons occur around me.
I would truly be overjoyed if you would let me exchange similar stories with you.

Thank you.
sight (1 stories) (2 posts)
13 years ago (2010-01-13)
I see shadow people all the time but only few have hurt me. I aslo see color less auras. I don't know why though. I also seem to lose myself and end up somewhere half way around the world. And about the ringing sound, some thing always seem to happen when its there. I wonder why? I'm new and I'm happy that I'm not the only one that can see colorless auras.
voxefex (1 stories) (2 posts)
13 years ago (2010-01-12)
Tara, I don't know how much you drink or smoke or whatever, but after a particularly insane mushroom trip and excess of marijuana, I started getting anxious and heard voices now and again. I hear my name all the time, and I think this is just a normal thing that happens to people because they hear their own name so often. It's like the sound equivalent of a fleeting memory. The buzzing is something I also hear quite often, although I have been around a lot of loud music and sometimes I get ringing from that too...

I am kind of a shy person at times and public anxiety was something I got over with time too. It's almost impossible not to get a vibe off the other humans around you though.

The paralysis thing though, that freaked me out the first time it happened to me, too. That's just something called sleep paralysis...I'm not too knowledgeable on it actually, but I do have a friend that described to me a similar experience and he is convinced it was an alien abduction. It totally changed his life though!

My best advice to you is to make sure you don't have a brain tumor. Plus hormones can do some weird stuff to people. Remember to use your powers for good, if you do find you have them!
taralego (2 stories) (4 posts)
13 years ago (2010-01-12)
oh, and somethings I left out, for time consideration. These may just mean I'm mental, or whatever. But I feel as if I should write all my experiences.

A while ago I had fallen asleep on my couch, and when I began to wake up, I found my body paralyzed. It was one of the most terrifying moments. I could hear my mom and sister talking in the room next to where I was, and I tried to shout for them, but I couldn't. I then woke up for real this time, and jolted upright. I don't know what happened, but I've had this "paralyzed feeling before, either when falling asleep, or waking up.

This is something I suppose I should have written on the original post, but for some reason the other stuff came to mind, and this didn't.
Last year, I had a dream where my best friend was telling me she thought I was too clingy, and telling me she didn't understand why I haven't moved on and tried to make new friends. Two days later, my best friend texted me saying the exact same things. We eventually worked it out, but I only told one other person, that my dream came true.

Theres other things, but I'm in a rush, will write later.
revsilverson (guest)
13 years ago (2010-01-12)
sometimes an overhead light source will cause a person to appear to be covered in a white light. Flourescent lights in classrooms will do this. Colored lights will cause the person to be covered in whatever color the light is. Auras can be white but it usually is reserved for highly advanced spiritual individuals and even then there will also be another color mixed in. I don't think ALL your teachers would meet this criteria.

Voices and panic attacks are signs of a psychological or psycho/chemical imbalance although sometimes spirits do call a persons name. Usually they will reveal why they are calling your name at some point however. Being drained in public is another sign of chemical imbalance. Empathy means you can sense how another person is feeling. If the person has suffered a loss you might "feel" their grief even though the person doesn't appear sad. Feeling drained and anxious is something else. Your fear of the unknown (being in public) drains your energy. You might want to try a psychic shielding method to promote your well-being and protection against negative energy both your own and others. I envision a shining, golden colored pyramid covering me from head to toe every morning and again when I will be out in crowds. This pyramid will repel all negative energy and keep you safe.

Seing black figures at the end of the bed while half asleep and hung over? I can't really comment on that except to say drugs and alcohol must cause possible psychic experiences to be doubted. Also with panic attacks alcohol will only intensify the anxiety and depression you feel and cause your mind to work in strange ways.

The white noise? I hear a buzzing in my ears most of the time. It is caused by power lines and high frequency equipment. My house is wired with fiber optics for high speed computer connection and digital TV. This brings in energy vibrations that cause sounds.

Take care of yourself butterfly.

Love and Light...Always

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