Viewing energy patterns

QUESTION: Masters I have been developing the ability to form energy patterns. My favorite is a golden honeycomb pattern. I recently took a photo and I was surprised to see this golden energy floating everywhere in the photo. How amazing! I’d love to understand more about this phenomenon. I usually see it best when I’m calm and relaxed. ~AJ, USA

ANSWER: Color is all around you in the energy vibrations comprising the atmosphere. Think of the rainbows formed with the last of the moisture in the air as the sun comes back out after a storm, or the colors visible from imperfections in glass, or the patterns given off by crystals when light passes through them.

Many energy healers will tell you they can see various colors contained in their clients’ bodies indicating where disease or blockages exist. Each one of the seven major energy chakras in the body has its own color, which it gives off and to which it resonates. It is also possible to see the color of the energy that a healer uses or sends to a client.

Kirlian photography can capture the colors around a person, which will change based on the person’s feelings at the time the photo is taken. These auras can be seen by the human eye – try looking just slightly off focus at your subject. You can ask the person to feel anger, then love, and you will be able to see the colors change with the change in mood.

What you are doing is creating what many call energy balls. These are manifested by using your intention to manipulate the unconditional love or universal life force energy present around you.

The honeycomb pattern is sacred geometry, which is another means of communication. You can get a complete history of existence from the pattern called the flower of life. As you concentrate more on working with energy, you will see it more easily. Energy calls to energy, so when you use it for some purpose, more is drawn to the area.

Being calm and relaxed allows the vibrations to settle and form seeable masses. When you are active, it is like trying to look into the surface of water and having it disturbed, so nothing is clear.