Your Energy and Aura: You’re Stronger Than You Think
Your aura is the energy that surrounds you. Are you in touch with your aura, the energy you possess and perhaps unknowingly emit when you walk into a room?
Many religions, ancient and modern cultures, Buddhists to Zoroastrians, Chinese acupuncturists to New Age holistic healers, not only believe in auras in some form or another, but revere them as a key to our ultimate health and emotional wellbeing.
The internal well-being of both your mind and body form a connection with your spirit that permeates throughout and around your body. Our auras are not visible to the naked eye—that is to say, no one walks around surrounded by a yellow or blue glowing light, yet it is palpable. Your aura can be felt by anyone and vice versa. People who are blessed with the gifts of clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience can feel, hear or see your aura more readily than others, but we are still all capable of at least sensing energy to some degree.
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Just as the outer body has an aura surrounding it, our body also possesses inner energy. Inner energy is managed by a series of similar energy centers called chakras. There are seven chakras that run from the base of your torso to the crown of our head. Chakras, or inner auras, as I like to refer to them, are typically assigned flower-like shapes and colors to represent and identify them. Chakras are energy bases that have a center and emanate outward. Each chakra supports the other. When one is off center, none of the others run properly. This could affect your overall outer aura. Doing a chakra meditation, concentrating on each chakra in order, one by one, can give your inner aura what it needs to align itself properly, reenergize it, and give you a sense of wellness, thereby making your outer aura glow.
Your Aura’s Power
Emotions like anger, joy, jealousy and passion sometimes are so strong within us that they cannot be easily contained. People around us can feel this energy. Perhaps you’ve heard someone say, “The tension in that room was so thick, you could cut it with a knife.” Conversely, someone might also say, “That meeting was so uplifting and energizing, I feel like I could take on the world.” We must be aware of how powerful our energies are and how they may affect others.
You can use your powers of concentration and meditation to not only spread light where there is none, but also to block negative energies coming from others. This is a power each of us possesses.
The most important energy that your aura has though is the ability to heal itself, allowing the mind, body and spirit to work in harmony, as one. Concentrate on good thoughts and good health. Be aware of your body, your emotions and your spirit. Let your light shine bright from within, so the light that surrounds you is bright, peaceful and welcoming to those around you.