Overcoming Illness

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There can be many reasons for why someone might become unwell. But by far, one of the biggest contributory factors to this, is a weakened Immune System, due to a prolonged exposure to stress. As many of us know, stress can leave you feeling extremely tired and run down. In this state, you are more likely to catch any cold or virus that is going around. Scientists believe, that it is for this reason, people who suffer traumatic events, such as sudden redundancy, bereavement; relationships issues such as infidelity, separation and divorce are more at risk from conditions such as heart disease and depression.

When under stress, cells of the immune system are unable to respond to hormonal control, and consequently, produce levels of inflammation that promote disease. Because inflammation plays a role in many diseases such as cardiovascular, asthma and autoimmune disorders, this model suggests why stress impacts them as well. Knowing this is important, it can be very helpful for identifying which diseases may be influenced by stress and how to go about preventing disease in chronically stressed people. There are also many other ways that stress can make us ill.

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Understanding Meditation

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Meditation is something that you do to help clear your mind and give yourself a sense of peace and calm. The traditional form of meditation is what most people think of when they first learn about how to meditate.

If you are new to meditation, you may feel nervous; however, meditation is nothing to be scared of. A lot of people may tell you it is dangerous and you will be opening yourself up to a lot of unwanted psychic energy – this is not true at all. Meditation is a way of dealing with your daily worries and anxieties, so you feel better about yourself. After your first meditation session you should feel calmer and more relaxed. It is also common to feel a wonderful sense of peace during your meditation; if you experience this calming sensation you will want to practice meditating on a regular basis.

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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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The Heart And The Higher Self

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Though no energy center is ‘more important’ than another, the heart chakra is the multidimensional filter of our existence. Here, we learn to see with the brain and think with the heart.

When the heart chakra is activated and open, you begin to live in a state of compassion. You have this compassion for all things, including yourself. You love others, unconditionally, just as you love yourself. You evolve away from creating with the lower vibrational energy fear to creating with the empowering energy of love. This is what it’s like to live from the frequency of love.

Once you have experienced opening up your heart chakra it is a natural progression to work on the 6 other major chakras within the etheric body. The goal being to become aware of and integrate these energy centres to create a loving and unifying existence. From this state of being, you are able to compassionately extract the loving aspects of everyone and everything.

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