Author and intuitive psychic Pamala Oslie helps her clients by telling them what she sees around them that they can’t: Their auras.
Described by her as “energy fields” that reveal a person’s personality and, by extension, suitable career possibilities and relationship compatibilities, auras will be central to her lecture at The Marjorie Luke Theatre on Sept. 24, titled “How Tuning-In to Your Energy Can Change Your Life.”
Ms. Oslie will inform attendees about the different types of auras and help them determine which they possess. This, she said, will help them better understand who they are as people and allow them to orient their lives according to what their auras reveal.
To demonstrate the different examples of energy that people give off, Ms. Oslie will use volunteers from the crowd and read their auras in front of the audience.
In an interview with the News-Press, Ms. Oslie said the electromagnetic energy fields that people radiate come in 14 different colors. Those colors, according to her website, www.auracolors.com are red, orange, magenta, yellow, logical tan, environmental tan, sensitive tan, abstract tan, green, blue, violet, crystal, lavender, and indigo. People’s auras have many bands of color, with the outer bands changing depending on what’s happening in their lives. However, the two bands closest to one’s body, the “life colors,” typically don’t change and indicate their personality and the theme they have chosen for their lives.
Fully aware that many people react to the word ‘psychic’ with a knee-jerk reaction of skepticism if not outright disbelief, Ms. Oslie said she doesn’t try to “sell” the validity of auras to those who may not have an interest in them. As her goal is “to see people happy and fulfilled,” she makes no attempt to alter anyone’s belief systems.
For those who may be open to the idea, she describes what she does as acting more on intuition than acting as a psychic
“I use the word ‘intuitive’ because most people understand that,” she said.
This intuitiveness, she added, is something most people possess to some degree. While most people can’t see others’ auras in all their colors and know the implications therein, Ms. Oslie said that most people do have the ability to sense them, as they can stand next to another person and immediately determine whether or not they like being around that individual.
“We broadcast who we are all the time,” she said.
Those that tend to be most open to the idea of auras are people who process life through emotion and have large amounts of what she called “spiritual” colored auras, which include blue, violet, indigo and lavender. Those whose auras are mainly green or the four tans are primarily driven by logic and will likely be less interested. Individuals with mostly red, orange, magenta and yellow auras primarily experience life through physical experience, and are the most unlikely to have an interest in auras.
She may seldom get to work with red, orange, magenta, or yellow aura clients, but serving clients who do believe there’s something real in her readings has sustained Ms. Oslie’s work in Santa Barbara for decades.
“A lot of people in this town know me. I’ve been working this town for 35 years,” she said.Ms. Oslie’s speech at The Marjorie Luke Theatre will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $22 and are available for purchase on the venue’s website, www.luketheatre.org. The Marjorie Luke Theatre is located at 721 E Cota St.