Everyone has an aura, whether or not they choose to acknowledge it. Acknowledging the presence of your aura is the first step towards opening your mind up towards a word of possibilities and a chance to use the energies that surround you in the best way you can. Those who are able to harness the energy of their aura will know that it isn’t as simple as a one-time thing. Your aura has to be protected constantly, reinforced through positive auric practice. Once you begin to work on your auric field, you will find that you have the capacity to achieve so much more in your life than you previously would have been able to. So, with all of that said, let’s look at some tips for reinforcing your auric field.
Though your aura is a metaphysical concept, it is still strongly linked to the physical manifestation of your existence, your body. “You need to optimize your body for strengthening your aura. The best way to get your body right is to clean it from the toxins and negative energy that it will collate across a day, something a yogi bath can be greatly helpful with”, says Mary Lightfoot, auric expert at Writinity and LastMinuteWriting. A yogic bath involves hot water combined with salt and a little baking soda, had once a day for seven days in a row. You don’t want to spend too long in the bath, only 15-20 minutes. This cleansing process will help strengthen your body and your aura’s resistance to negativity.
Water is a pure and life-giving liquid that is as much a part of us physically as anything else. Consumption of water is important for a range of reasons, not least of all for good health. But it’s also a very effective detox method for your aura. Water has such a healing capacity and can be used to wash away negativity from your aura. You will start to collect negativity, a side-effect of life as a human, so regularly cleaning your aura with clean, cold water is a great solution to all of the hazards of daily life.
Much has been said about crystals over the years, particularly recently. The fact is that crystals have an immense power over so many different aspects to our state, both psychologically and meta-physically. In general, crystals are a protective force and can be used for all sorts of different, specific jobs. “Crystals come in many different forms from amethysts to quartz, and they all have different effects, from dealing with anxiety or fear to increasing spirituality. The end result is always a strengthening of your aura, regardless of the specifics, making crystal wearing of daily importance”, explains Caroline Lim, energy blogger at DraftBeyond and ResearchPapersUK. Crystals can be easy to find and inexpensive, so make them a part of your daily aura reinforcement.
Currently, you’re reading this article from an electronic device. Electronics are a necessary but damaging element to modern life. So many activities now rely entirely on use of electronics, making it essentially impossible to exist within society without them. But, with some work, you can find ways to cut down noticeably on your use of electronics. The problem with always being glued to one device or another is that you are soaking up all sorts negative elements, most noticeably static, into your auric field. In amongst all of the other negative influences on your auric field that a normal day presents, over-use of technology is an unwanted and unhelpful burden. The best way to keep your aura undamaged is to cast out electronics from your bedroom. You spend 7-9 hours a night recharging in their. Don’t recharge your electronics alongside you.
Overall, you are going to find that your auric field is constantly under siege from all sorts of negative forces and negative energies. To try and make sure your auric field is at full strength to always protect you, try and fall back on one or two of these techniques as safe and simple recharging, refocusing and re-energizing methods.
About the author:
Ashley Halsey is a professional psychic author, working at LuckyAssignments and GumEssays writing on all sorts of lifestyle topics across the country. A mother of two children, she enjoys travelling, reading and researching the topics that inform her writing.