International Aura Awareness Day
International Aura Awareness Day is celebrated every year on the 4th Saturday in November and this year; International Aura Awareness Day is celebrated on 25th November. An aura is an energy or quality emerging from a human or thing. International Aura Awareness Day is observed annually to create awareness about the human aura and how the mental and physical health in people affect their auras. Our auras can provide a lot of welfare in our lives, as they are mostly responsible for staying healthy and happy.
“The aura given out by a person or object is as much a part of them as their flesh” – Lucian Freud.
History of International Aura Awareness Day
In the year 2002, International Aura Awareness Day was created, but the creator of International Aura Awareness Day is still unknown. It was established to raise awareness about auras and the leading role that these auras play in being healthy and happy. The ideas about the aura have been available in Indian religions for ages. Likewise, the flag colors of Buddhist are those of Buddha’s understanding about the aura. These shining bodies of light called auras have been acknowledged for millennia to survive in all living things. A Damaged and dark aura is usually a warning sign of all kinds of physical and mental problem, to improve your physical and psychological health by taking at least one day in a year to examine your aura. To maintain good health you want to take care of your energy field daily by doing meditations or prayers.
Other Celebrations on November 25
November 25 is also celebrated as
- Shopping Reminder Day
- National Parfait Day
- International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
How to Celebrate International Aura Awareness Day
Celebrate International Aura Awareness Day by participating in various seminars and workshops that are conducted in different parts of the world during the day to help people yourself tune into your aura. Also, read about aura, talk about aura with others, and practice, visualize and feel auras. Also, post pictures and share your thoughts about the day with others on social media using the hashtag #AuraAwarenessDay.