• Part 6 - Peripheral Vision

    Auras are seen with peripheral vision (side vision) and cannot be seen by directly focussing on them. To see an aura, you have to look to the side and past your subject. Peripheral vision is extremely sensitive to movement, much more so than direct focussed vision. It can detect minute movements that your central, focussed vision will not see. Peripheral vision is also sensitive to many other types of subtle energy that surround us.

    Most people have had the experience of catching sight of some movement - out of the corner of their eye - only to see nothing when they turn and focus on it.


    What happens is:



    1. They have seen an aura building up from a coloured object.

    2. They have seen a spirit entity (ghost) manifesting near them, and have detected it's energy with their more sensitive, peripheral vision.

  • Introducing Robert Bruce


    Robert Bruce is an internationally respected author, mystic, and speaker.For over 30 years, Robert has explored the mechanics, energetics and dynamics of paranormal and spiritual phenomena (how things work); especially Out-of-Body Experience, the human energy body, healing and self-healing, spiritual development, psychic self-defence and higher-self communications.
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