Posted on March 16th, 2010
There are seven major chakras in the body that correspond to the seven layers of the aura. Understanding the chakras and their purpose will help you to own your energy system, access your highest information, and create the life you want.
The chakras are energy centers that spin like a wheel or fan, passing energy from channels in the front of the body through and out the back of the body. They are an important part of our whole system as they support the flow of energy throughout our physical body. Within each chakra we carry information about how to survive, process emotions, use our energy, own our power, love ourselves and others, speak our truth, see clearly, and access our wisdom. If we fully own our chakras we have our highest truth available to us. If we don’t, we may carry other’s information, beliefs or programming in our space. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted on March 10th, 2010
Being spiritually centered is living from the soul instead of the ego. Viewing life through spiritual eyes and seeing the bigger picture beyond the common dualities of right and wrong, good and bad, rich and poor. It’s a peaceful, calm place where all possibilities exist simultaneously.
When I’m centered within my soul, I know I am eternal, expansive, and much bigger than my body and mind. I feel the oneness with Source and know that I am a part of everything that exists. I am able to be present in my body, allowing emotions to surface and process without being taken hostage by them. I can use my analyzer to think, plan and organize the necessary details of my life, but remain senior to it and turn it off when it’s done.
Being spiritually centered allows me to trust the flow of life and know that I am safe and all my needs are being met. I intuitively know what step to take next, where to go, and when to let go. At times I feel as though I’m floating on a cloud of unconditional love and support from the Universe. Until that moment when I let a distraction, irritation or annoyance become bigger than me and I come crashing down, waking my ego from its dreamy vacation so it can return to its taskmaster post. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on October 19th, 2009
Like a flower blowing gently in the breeze, being in a state of non-resistance means going with the flow, while being grounded at the same time. When we stop resisting life we move into ease and everything falls into perfect alignment. Synchronicities abound, aches and pains diminish, stress melts away, creativity flourishes, relationships heal, and we experience a profound sense of peace.
Resistance requires effort whereas being in a state of non-resistance requires no effort at all. When we are in resistance we become stuck, defensive, shut down and reactive. Even slight forms of resistance can cause emotional and physical distress, blinding us to possibilities and solutions. Fear, judgment, and denial are all forms of resistance.
Non-resistance involves accepting what is, even if it is unpleasant as resisting it only makes it worse. Resistance acts like glue, sticking us to the things we don’t want to be near. Yet when we let go, relax and move into a state of ease, difficult situations disappear or don’t bother us as much.
When we live in a state of non-resistance, without holding, pushing away or struggling for or against anything, we move into the stream of life where the essence of our being is free to flow through us and into our daily activities. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on September 23rd, 2009
As spiritual beings we can be in the past, present and future all at once if we choose, but as human beings, our bodies can only be in the present moment. Our thinking mind can reflect on the past and plan for the future, but it only has real power in the present. If we spread our attention and energy in too many places at once, including the past and future, it can be overwhelming for the body, leaving it feeling tired, depleted and scattered. Moving into the present moment calms the mind calms and relaxes the body.
When we have all of our energy in the body and focus our mental attention in the present moment - into what’s happening here and now - we create balance. The body, mind and soul work together as a team and we step into the flow of life instead of going against it. We become energized and productive, yet relaxed and peaceful at the same time. From this place we have full access to our intuition and can listen to our inner voice for guidance. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on August 22nd, 2009
Letting go is a practice of releasing; having let go is a state of freedom.
Letting go into who you really are is the greatest gift you can give the world. As you let go of problems, judgments, resentments, and most importantly, all the beliefs and messages that are not your highest truth, you become free to express your authentic self with others and share your true gifts with the world.
Imagine a world where all the people have let go of their old baggage - past conditioning, limiting programming, judgments and resentments - and they are light, loving, accepting and joyful. Imagine the connection between people and the synergy within groups, communities and nations.
Letting go involves releasing the past and starting fresh in the present moment. It means trusting that you are more than your roles, beliefs and stories. Many are reluctant to let go because they fear they will have nothing left. They cling to problems, unhealthy situations, and outworn roles and relationships because it feels safe in its familiarity. They don’t know who they are underneath. They haven’t experienced their true, authentic Self bursting with energy, waiting to express its true nature in the world.
So how does one touch into this state of freedom where they can be themselves, uninhibited, light and joyful? By letting go, bit by bit. By first noticing where they hold on, where they resist, and where they struggle, and then slowly, gently, releasing the hold and embracing what’s underneath. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on June 30th, 2009
Practical, healthy boundaries for how we spend our time, what types of relationships we have, and so on help us to maintain balance. Energy boundaries help us to keep our energy in our own space while keeping others’ energy out. Without clear energy boundaries we may take on others’ judgments, emotions and problems which leave us feeling heavy and confused. We may also spread our energy in too many places, leaving us feeling scattered and depleted. When we are aware of our energy boundaries we feel whole, clear and light.
Our energy doesn’t end where our body ends. It extends around our body as an electromagnetic field called the aura. Many call this their personal space and feel uncomfortable when someone invades it. Perhaps you’ve experienced this directly when someone moved in too close for comfort. Or you may have sensed this indirectly when someone stared at you from across the room, yet it felt as though they were in your space.
Energy can move through space without the body going with it. Thoughts, intentions, emotions and images are all energy particles, and if you don’t own your aura space, you can easily take on others’ energy. Owning your aura and energy space is all about awareness. It’s not visible to most people, but with practice and sensitivity you can feel the subtlety of your aura and begin to create healthier boundaries.
First, let’s look at the difference between having clear energy boundaries and having unclear boundaries: Read the rest of this entry »