There are people who see the subtle energy, see the aura. In 1911 Walter John Kilner’s work “The Human Atmosphere; Or, the Aura Made Visible by the Aid of Chemical Screens ” was published. It describes a simple device that allows each person to see the aura. John Kilner compiled detailed diagnostic atlases of auras of a person depending on ailments.
Is there subtle energy? Many authoritative teachings say that there is. Subtle energy is called prana in Sanskrit, or qi in Chinese-based systems, or universal cosmic energy. Each person will find subtle energy in himself. He just needs to pay attention to the connection between his energy state and his emotions.
According to ancient knowledge, there are many energy centers (chakras) in the human body. The seven most powerful chakras are located along the spine from the tailbone to the crown. Many energy channels (now these channels are called acupuncture) literally permeate the entire human body.
Scientists have long discovered subtle energy. The denial of the existence of subtle energy is a false stereotype of social consciousness.
Today, there are many sensitive devices that can determine the quantity and quality of subtle energy. Fortunately, the best of them are available to us. They are always at hand. The man himself is a very sensitive device. We always perceive with pain the loss of subtle energy and vice versa we experience happiness at the moments of its receipt.
Subtle energy is an invisible substance that basically determines all the events of our life and not only… It determines even our appearance and is responsible for our attractiveness. Have you still not noticed? The first thing we feel when looking at a person is his subtle energy. For example, let’s consider the female body. Subtle energy is the main natural sculptor. If any chakra is filled with energy, then this part of the body will be very beautiful and really “inflated with energy.” This is how, in my opinion, a woman’s breast looks like while the Anahata chakra is being filled with subtle energy:
Author: Evgeny Kitanin (Vet Zatinus).