This is not exactly a fit for the paranormal catagory; but it comes as close here as in health, which was the other possible option that I was looking at. We know that auras are an actual thing, because they can photograph them with a special technique. I think that it was called Kurlian photography, or some such name as that. It has been a long time since I remember reading about it and looking at the pictures they took that way. Anyway, Bobby and i were talking about this topic over our breakfast coffee this morning, and he said that back in the "hippie days" , people on LSD probably saw everything in colors, including other people. Who knows, maybe it opened up parts of the mind that we do not generally use ? Anyway, I have a story to tell about an experience that I had many years ago. It was back when I was selling insurance and traveling all over Washington state and northern Idaho. I had been working at Lake Chelan that week, and spent the afternoon "playing hooky" and swimming and sunbathing in the lake. I ended up getting way too much sun, and got really sick from that. When I went back to my motel room, and looked in the mirror, I could see a kind of ghostly glow around my face in the mirror. It was sort of light bluish-purple, kind of a pale lavender. At first I thought it was just that my eyes were seeing everything kind of fuzzy; but when I looked in the mirror again to see, nothing else reflected in the mirror was the slightest bit fuzzy, and nothing else that I looked at in the room seemed fuzzy or colored strange either. By the next morning, it was gone (or at least invisible to me), and I have never had any experiences like this again; so I really do not know whether I was seeing my aura or not.