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Anyone believe in the aura?

Is it possible that a person can be like a fueling station? Let me explain this better. That a person can have the temperment, the type of personality that other people are drawn to for healing. If you’ve heard of, and believe in, the aura and chakra’s and such things as Reiki and the laying on of hands (another term for Reiki, really) Do you think that said person could heal others without knowing it? I’m still not getting at it. This person is someone who is easily used, because she can’t say no. She really does like to do things for people though, and is taken advantage of. People seem to unload when they’re around her as well. She’s a sounding board, a shoulder to cry on. She really likes to help people in that regard too. It seems that when others unload they walk away feeling better, more positive and hopeful (she’s actually been told this by some) and she sometimes feels good too, but often she feels tired and saddened. Like they’ve sucked up the good and left the negativity. ??

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  1. It has proven scientifically that the aura exists,and that we have an electromagnetic field all around our body,that changes due to the different moods we are in,or swells if someone who has negative feelings towards us comes close.So yes,I believe in it all,I do try to strengthen my aura when someone who’s not happy or has negative feelings towards me is around and I do try to give energy to people who need it.

  2. interesting topic. too big for this arena maybe.
    you might be interested in Kirlian photography as physical evidence. check it out…
    😀

  3. She sounds like an Impath. Yes, I believe we all have aura’s that indicates our lifeforce energy condition. Your friend would make a good psychologist or chiropractor. She has a special gift and talent. A great friend to keep.

  4. I’ll only go this far and in this direction. No. Not like what’s stated above. While this body is a genuine piece of engineering, there’s far more to it. Others harden themselves to the possibility out of fear. It consumes food to stay alive and turns it into fuel. Extreme
    ( infrared ? ) photography shows energy emmissions of sorts like the afterburner on a jet.
    We’re drawn to people generally because that’s how we are. No one is an island. Often, but not often enough, the motivation is genuine love. What the world pretends to seek but in fact … despises.

  5. Yes. you can heal emotional pains and certain aches. those people with the gift are very rare. those people without the gift can learn it. I have some degree of gift. by pressing the right place i can cure some aches. it depends on your will power and your emotions

  6. Most people who help others, feel that negativity from time to time. She probably feels like….Who am I suppose to talk to when I’m down?…..If you are going to be an answer person for others, get use to the drain.

  7. Yes, I understand what your saying. My guess is these people, are draining her of her energies. She needs to learn how to block it out, and keep some of the good stuff in for herself. She may need to isolate her self off from people, for some time, to get rejuvenated.

  8. I am this type of person, my ex-husband chose me for this very reason, he wasn’t aware of the drain, but I was exhausted from his presence, even now if he is just a block away or in the same store as me, I seriously can “feel” him around. Weird huh!

  9. I actually understand perfectly. What this person is doing is giving away her personal energy. She would benefit immensely from learning even one level of any kind of Reiki. That would enable her to have more energy to draw upon and she wouldn’t get so exhausted. She would also learn how to not be so affected by others’ negativity.
    Is it you?

  10. I highly believe in both Chakra and Aura.Chakra balancing is based on the ancient Indian belief in a series of seven chakras, or energy centers. Chakra is the Sanskrit word for wheel. These energy centers are believed to be located at specific points between the base of the spine and the top of the skull. Some esoteric systems include additional chakras, said to extend beyond the physical body into the human auric field. Each chakra is believed to relate to particular organs of the body, ailments, colors, elements, and emotions. However, different systems or sources that use the idea of chakras may disagree about the details. The concept of chakras plays a key role in two ancient Indian healing systems (ayurvedic medicine and yoga) that are popular today. In recent decades, however, many modern therapies (like polarity therapy, therapeutic touch, process acupressure, core energetics, and color therapy) have also incorporated the idea of chakras into their own visions of healing. Various approaches may be used to “balance” the chakras.
    It is balancing is believed to promote health by maximizing the flow of energy in the body, much as a tune-up enables a car to operate at peak efficiency.

  11. I have seen this before and have worked with people who have gone through the same thing. This type of person is one who gives, gives, gives, and gives – to the point that there is nothing left to give. Typically, this same type of person is also the one who seldom asks for anything.
    This type of person projects this image out into the world through body language, actions, and the way in which they act and react to various situations that they encounter. It is easy to see. Because of this, people who are more than willing to take, take, take- without wanting to give – are attracted to this type of person. This type of person is taken advantage of – simply because they allow it to happen – quite willingly I might ad. It is their nature.
    This type of person must learn 3 valuable lessons.
    (1)Choose your battles – know that you cannot help everyone. You can only help those who are truly wanting your help. More importantly – you cannot cure anyone or fix anyones problems. That responsibility is their own – not yours. They are the only person who can fix their own problems – all you can do is help.
    (2)Just say no – the type of person cannot say no or turn away when someone asks for help – whether it is legitimate or not. One of the most important lessons to learn is the one of setting limits and establishing boundaries. Again, this helps to ensure that a person is not taken atvantage of.
    Again, this type of person might as well wear a bulls eye on their forehead – intended for those who take, take, take. These kinds of people will recognize this quite easily.
    (3)There must always be an exchange – if you provide energy, you must receive energy in return. This is the natural law of give and take. For every action there must be an equal and opposite reaction. Because a person takes up a helping or healing position, they should be compensated for their services – even by friends and family (who can be the biggest offenders – and takers!). This compensation might be a gift or service of equal value – maybe an exchange for the same service. It may be of money. It may be for a host of other reasons. Again, this is about setting boundaries and establishing guidelines or parameters in which one works. This is called work ethics and is important to understand.
    Often times, you will find that as soon as you ask for compensation, the type of people that typically consult you will change. You will also come to see that when you ask for compensation in return for your help, people will actually be helped by what you have to offer! And you will not feel burdened or drained.
    You also have to understand that not all people who seek help truly want help. Some people only want your energy and will do whatever it takes to get it. Often times these people are surrounded by conflict and chaos – both of these things generate enormous amounts of (negative) energy. Sometimes these people are masters at creating this negativity in their lives and in the lives of those who surround them. This is what they feed off of. For them, finding someone who only ‘wants to try and help and demands nothing in return’ is the perfect target for this kind of person.
    Other people seek help/healing but do not want healed because there is great power in being sick – after all, someone needs to take care of you if you are sick. Seeking help, for these people, is a way of confirming that they are sick & getting the attention that they seek.
    Lastly, the approach of the healer must be taken into consideration. Most people who get into healing do so because they truly want to help others. Part of helping others becomes taking the burden of the victim onto yourself – to share the load. The other part of this is that the healer does not let go of the burden after the client leaves. The more and more the healer trys to help others, the more and more burden they take on – without letting go of any of it. After time, this type of negative behavior will accumulate and manifest in some very surprising negative ways – including poor health. Often time we can see this in the bodyworking field as ‘burn-out’ because practitioners do not know how to properly detach from their clients. Its not because the bodyworker is physically tired – its because they do not detach from their clients and the session after they have provided help – they continue to carry the burden – and its no wonder that the client feels better. They have found a human crutch.
    In this type of situation that you describe, I do not believe the person that you speak of is doing much of any ‘healing’. For healing to occur, there would be an exchange. This person is giving. They are being taken advantage of. They are being used. And it is costing them. Your friend needs to establish proper boundaries and stick with them.
    I am traditionally trained and recognized as an instructor of Chakra Dhyana. I am an Usui Reiki Ryoho Master Teacher w/ 10+yrs of experience. Both of these systems clearly expound on what I have already mentioned – in their own way. I teach what I have talked about as part of my Reiki training. I clearly teach my students to guard against what you have mentioned.
    I do not however believe any kind of bodywork – including Reiki – without proper working ethics included as part of the training – is going to help someone in this situation. This is because something like Reiki will only change the source of the energy – it will not change the fact they are being taken advantage of by those seeking energy. It will not change the situation.
    If your friend is not careful, she will burn herself out and then she will be of no help to anyone – including herself.
    Establish boundaries and stick with them.
    I wish you and your friend well on your journey.

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