Aura colours and the body

The relationship between aura colours and body state

When I refer to ‘body state’ I mean a specific blend of behaviours, personality traits and physical conditions. For example, an impatient body state exhibits impatient behaviour, impatient personality traits and impatient physiology. ‘Impatient physiology’ might seem like a strange concept at fist glance, but your body most definitely enters into a specific physiological state whenever you experience impatience. If you were to change from feeling impatience to feeling acceptance, your entire state of being would alter, including your physiological status. Acceptance is generally much calmer than impatience, with more level, slower breathing, much less muscle tension, less stress biochemicals, and a quieter nervous system.   Continue reading

Understanding Aura Colours – BOUNDARIES BLUE

Boundaries Blue provides the aura with a firm, smooth surface that cannot be ‘hooked into’ by threads or protrusions sent out from other auric fields. When the defining line between ourselves and others is clear, we can ‘see people coming a mile off’, almost as though looking out from a higher vantage point. Visually, Boundaries Blue is smooth and tends to shape itself into walls, bubbles and shield-like shapes around the aura.

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The ‘Washer Woman’ spirit guide

MYTHOLOGICAL STORY-TELLING

The rich world of mythological characterisation and story-telling in spiritual and psychic healing/counselling is a playful, creative and effective tool best utilised by clients who are intelligent abstract thinkers able to discern the difference between symbolism/metaphor and literal fact. These clients embrace story-telling in the spirit it is meant, suspending disbelief long enough for the subconscious to make good use of the material, without taking anything too seriously or losing their grounded connection with consensus reality.  Continue reading

Sticky Brain Syndrome

Sticky Brain Syndrome is a tongue-in-cheek syndrome that I invented this morning in the shower, after telling my mind, in no uncertain terms, to shut up because I was entirely fed up with hearing the same sentence repeated over and over again. Thankfully, it listened and dutifully went quiet.

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