Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How does it work?
    This is classified as a biofeedback apparatus. The technology producse an electronic interpretation of what we believe the Aura would looks like. It does not photograph the actual Aura. There’s nothing that exists which can do this. The camera actually moves through two processes. It takes about eight to ten seconds to take an aura portrait. In the first two seconds the camera snaps the portrait. In the remaining six to eight seconds, the biofeedback apparatus measures the electrical potential along the meridian points of the palm of the hand, then converts that information into an electrical frequency and displays this as colours and pattern which are shown directly over the portrait to represent the Aura. The aura photos are brighter than the aura seen by psychics, because we amplify the signal.
  2. Is it accurate?
    Many psychics have corroborated the results of the Winaura system. The camera has been developed so that the colours produced by our products match the same colours seen by aura-reading psychics. Usually the colours that psychics see are less vivid; they may see more pastel-like colours. We, however, have amplified the colours a bit so we have more defined differentiation between the various frequencies of biofeedback inputs.
  3. Can I use it for diagnosis?
    No. The Winaura technology is classified as a non-medical device. It is designed to be used for diagnosing the level of spiritual energy. It is particularly useful for documentation, as well as taking ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos to show the spiritual energy differences as a result of certain spiritual energy balancing practices or product use, meditation, and so forth.
  4. Can it reveal sickness?
    The technology is not designed to reveal physical or mental sickness. The camera is to be used for viewing the spiritual aura state only.
  5. Who decided what the colours mean?
    Guy Coggins, the inventor of biofeedback Aura Imaging, based his colour interpretations on different electrical measurements. Each colour has its corresponding electrical frequency which can be measured. Coggins also was inspired by the extensive research and writing by Dr. Max Luscher who has done the most scientific studies on colour preference and personality. He was most famous for his best selling book The Luscher Colour Test, and was a contemporary of Sigmund Freud and was very popular during the late 1960’s.
  6. Does the equipment photograph the actual Aura?
    The cameras produce an electronic interpretation of what we believe the actual Aura would look like. Nothing exists in the world that can photograph the actual Aura. All Aura Imaging cameras on the market today work on the same basic biofeedback principles developed by Guy Coggins. They all give an electronic interpretation of the Aura.
  7. Is this the same as Kirlian photography?
    No. Kirlian photography is a much simpler print process which actually sends a charge to the plate. One may actually feel a gentle current of electricity. Our cameras are similar to Kirlian photography in that they’re both classified as electro photography. The major differences though are that our equipment sends no charge to subject being photographed. Our units are biofeedback devices, which measure your personal qualities through contact.
  8. Will it electrocute me? Is it safe?
    Yes, it’s perfectly safe. The equipment simply measures your spiritual energy field.
  9. Can it be used for medical diagnosis?
    No. Our devices are used to demonstrate the Aura as a metaphor for    the spiritual energy field.
  10. Has there been scientific research supporting this technology, and the existence of Auras?
    While RolfingÆ (a type of deep tissue massage) studies were being conducted, Biofeedback technology was used to correlate what different psychics were seeing in a subject’s Aura while they were bring Rolfed.
  11. Can you photograph pets?
    Yes, if the person can hold the animal in their lap, that’s the easiest way to do it. It’s actually more of a pet/owner portrait, but it’s very popular and easy to do.