Faith & Healing / The Power of Auras

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Faith & Healing / The Power of Auras

About the show

Author and host of the TV show "It's Supernatural," Sid Roth says he has the distinction of investigating more miracles than any other living person on Earth. In the first half, he joined George Noory to share his exploration of faith and healing from a biblical perspective. He recalled how, as a young man, his interest in the occult and the paranormal led to him a dark place, but upon discovering Jesus and hearing the voice of God, he was able to turn his life around. Roth, who came from a Jewish upbringing, said it was surprising to find faith in Jesus, especially as he began to pray to his Hebrew name, Yeshua. On one occasion, after doing such a prayer, "I woke up in this amazing presence. It was all over my room. Call it light, call it warmth...it was way beyond mind...It was tangible. It was visible. It was peaceful. It was the most wonderful feeling," he recounted.

Roth also detailed the way he conducts healing sessions during public speaking engagements. As he is speaking, he hears a word in his head about a physical condition, such as a neck ache or pain. He then calls those with the condition to come forward, and puts his hand on each of their heads, and says "the word that causes evil to take a step back-- Yeshua," and the people report that their pain goes away, he stated. Roth conducted a similar session over the air for those who have back pain, and also touched on biblical prophecy, noting that there are over 300 predictions in the Torah, written before Jesus' time. According to Roth, every one of those prophecies, Jesus has fulfilled or is in the process of fulfilling.

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In the latter half, one of the world's leading experts on auras, human energy, and reincarnation, Dimitri Moraitis discussed the latest in his decades-long work with auras and how to use them as a tool for spiritual power. Sadly, he announced the recent passing of his longtime writing co-author and mentor, Barbara Y. Martin, who was affectionately known as "the Mozart of Metaphysics," and could see people's auras from an early age. Auras can be thought of as a vibratory essence that surrounds all living things. Our auric energy and sense of the soul fuels our life experiences, he suggested, and we can build up our aura through spiritual practices and personal growth.

Auras come in a myriad of shades, he noted. For instance, an emerald green indicates balance, but an avocado green may point to deceit and jealousy. A talent for the arts shows up as an electric blue aura, while rose pink demonstrates a loving nature, he continued. Gold is a desirable color to have in your aura because it shows confidence, self-assurance, and wisdom, he added. Moraitis also revealed that some of the darker colors in an aura, like gray, can be indicative of an illness or an issue with a specific organ. He and Martin offered a guidebook for working with the aura to heal and strengthen one's overall health.

News segment guests: Charles R. Smith, Sandra Champlain

EMERGING ARTISTS

The first Sunday of every month, George Noory presents emerging artists for some of our bumper music selections. Tonight, we heard from Run Thomas Run, Bill Waters, Marlo LanierWhat if We're Robots, Jeff Hansen, Steve Fekete, and Victor Cisneros. For more info on how to submit your own original music, visit this page.

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