27 March 2011

The Importance of Protection - part II

Following on from my previous posting about psychic protection, this article is about the effects on the aura that psychic attacks may have ...

Aura parameters such as colours, size, shape, evenness, and uniformity change dynamically over time in response to the total environment. It is affected by such factors as daily stress, psychological bombardment, other people's intentions and desires toward us, jealousy, induced fear, threats, hatred, and noise which can cause the aura to shrink or create wear and tear on the aura.

There are many exercises for developing energy, retaining energy, refining energy, and transmuting energy from lower to higher levels. Our concern here is protecting our energy by strengthening the auric field.

Our immune system offers internal physical protection from disease but our aura is our first line of defence. Obviously, the best defence is to avoid being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong people. In order to develop such perfect timing, we need to be in harmony with the rhythms of nature (or to be one with the [frequencies and cycles of the energy] Universe). You do not have to be a martial artist to do the exercise below. It does not matter what art you practice or what beliefs you subscribe to. It can be performed alone or as a supplement to your daily training.

You may even come under direct psychic attack by occult forces and regular practice of the exercise given here will act as a preventive measure. If you are already under psychic attack, you may have to consult someone knowledgeable in these areas for advice.

Those who practice the following exercise report increased self-confidence, health, energy, respect, and courage. It is known to sharply reduce nightmares during sleep. The resulting strong aura has even protected practitioners from physical violence and accidents. Practice may even lead to spiritual advancement.

Exercise - Tower of Light
This exercise is a form of passive psychic self-defence, which involves active meditation using visualisation. It should be done at lease once per day, better still twice - upon waking and before retiring. With practice, the visualisation is more easily performed and can be called upon in an emergency when needed. Each step of this exercise serves an important function and should not be omitted. Some people refer to the following exercise as "shielding".

1. Stand erect, feet shoulder-width, arms at your sides, breathing evenly and deeply. Relax your body, from the top of your head working slowly down to your feet.

2. Visualise that you are surrounded by a sphere of intense blue light that extends about 20 centimetres outwardly from every point on the surface of your body.

3. Continue to maintain this image and visualise a globe of brilliant white light above (but not touching) your head. The globe is inside of your bright blue aura.

4. Concentrate on this bright white globe so that it becomes brighter, glowing white like burning magnesium.

5. Next, feel the white globe showering you with glittering white light filled with silver sparkles. This white light should permeate your entire being, coursing vibrantly through you.

6. The outer shell of your aura should be an intense bright blue filled with the vibrant, sparkling white light. Concentrate on this complete image as long as you can, fully believing in its reality. Feel your outer auric shell as a hard, sharply defined blue as you feel blissful and alert.

7. As you close, let the image fade slowly, but from reality.

There are many variants to the above exercise, but they ultimately aim to have the same result - that is to strengthen our aura. This is important because it is our aura that alerts us to an unfavourable environment where we may need to protect ourselves.

The image of white light is recognised in nearly all belief systems: in Christianity, it is the light of the halo - of Divinity. In the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the reader is instructed to tell the soul of the deceased to walk into the white light, as opposed to the darker, colored lights that will surround it. To the Tibetan Buddhists, the act of putting aside human fear and entering the white light is part of a process that will enable the soul to escape the wheel of rebirth. The white light is viewed as the light, symbol or energy of Godhead, and its use as a method of protection has grown in popularity with the "New Age" movement.

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