Auras: See Them in Only 60 Seconds!
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That is a brave claim to make, especially in the title of a book. But it's true. When you practice the ten easy steps in this book, you will be able to quickly and easily see the aura. Dr. Raymond A. Moody, author of the famous book, Life After Life, read this book and wrote, "Hallelujah! I can finally see [auras] for myself. And I suspect many others will be probing this...more
Paperback, 139 pages
Published September 8th 2002 by Llewellyn Publications (first published 1996)
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Instructions to see the aura are good, brief information about the indications of colors and shapes in auras, describes various auras of various people the author met. Otherwise, I would say lacks depth and information. I would say the appendix is most useful part of the book, other parts didn't matter, and sounded like the author rambling on his own.
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