Understanding The Aura

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The aura is made up of seven layers, or sheaths, which interpenetrate each other and the physical body. Each layer has its own vibrational frequency which changes, when there is disharmony; Either in itself or in any of the other layers. The degree in which a person is able to perceive (see) the aura, is determined by the range of frequencies, that they are able to ‘tune’ into. When the gift of auric sight starts to open, for the majority of people only the layers closest to the physical body are perceived. But with practice, psychic and spiritual development, this vision can expand.

The auric layers and your needs on each level of the auric layers are as follows:

1) Physical auric body – Physical sensations. Simple physical comfort, pleasure, health.

2) The etheric auric body – Emotions with respect to self. Self-acceptance and self love.

3) Vital auric body – Rational mind. To understand the situation in a clear, linear, rational way.

4) Astral (emotional) body – Relations with others. Loving interaction with friends and family.

5) Lower mental auric body – Divine will within. To align with the divine will within, to make commitment to speak and follow the truth.

6) Higher mental auric body – Divine love, and spiritual ecstasy.

7) Spiritual (intuitive) body – Divine mind, serenity.

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Healing The Mind & Body

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You would be surprised to know just how many illnesses are caused by stress. When we are stressed we can literally make ourselves sick with worry. Playing imaginary negative scenarios over and over in our minds can harm the body, as the subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between something real and something imagined.

When you are ill, it is always a good idea to go and visit a doctor. They can examine you and make sure there isn’t anything physically wrong with you. If there is, they can heal your body by providing the necessary medication. Sometimes, you may go to your medical practitioner and be told that there is either nothing wrong with you, or that your symptoms are likely to be psychosomatic; this means that your illness is all in your mind. You have either caused the symptoms by worry, or you imagine the symptoms and they’re not really there.

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