Grey in Your Aura
"Oh no! What does grey mean??"
It is a color of entrapment and depression. Nobody likes to hear bad news, but the truth is that it can be reversed.
The reason why we have an aura or energy field is to alert us to areas of our lives that need fixing, so there is no need to panic at all when you are told that there are grey areas in your aura.
The two main shades are:
Light: You have made decisions in your life which you regret. These decisions have led you to the life you are living now, which you don't enjoy. You are the person who got yourself into this situation, so you need to take steps to correct it.
Dark: Your life force is being suffocated by the way you are living. This color is often seen in people who have a severe condition such as chronic depression. If this color is identified, you need to take urgent action and seek the help of a qualified healthcare professional.
Occasionally, it can be created by something sub-conscious, for example taking a medication which reacts with your body's chemistry and causes depression or suicidal tendencies.
It is only when grey becomes your aura's dominant color that it is a real issue - and believe me, that takes years worth of negative thinking and actions.
The truth is, once you are alerted to the presence of grey in your aura, (and to be honest, there is normally a small number of rain clouds in the average person's aura) you can take steps to clear the energy.
Remember, your aura is living and breathing, just like you. It is you! You have the power within yourself to change a negative condition if you really want to.
This is an exercise that I use to remove pangs, pains and overall "icky" feelings:
Choose a quiet and peaceful time. I often do this exercise just as I go off to sleep so the healing can resonate through my body during it's natural renewal process.
Lay on your back and put one hand on your chest (over your heart chakra) and the other either over your belly button (solar plexus) or over the area that is giving you pain (eg. forehead).
Close your eyes, take a deep breath and exhale slowly.
In your mind's eye, imagine that you are the breath being taken inside your body.
Travel to the area of pain and see what it looks like. I usually find that my headache looks like grey cotton wool.
Visualize white light surrounding the pain, isolating it and then consuming it. The white light dissolves the pain.
Stay with the white light as you drift off to sleep, repeating thanks for healing your ailment.
Please note: It takes time for your physical body to react to a healing which subtly comes through your energy field.
In this case, your brain needs to decode your conscious thoughts, and interpret them to settle the pain signals. You will find that a good night's rest will bring you a pain-free morning.
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