Aura FAQsWritten by Janet Ilacqua
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Astral travelers. Oftentimes, when we are dreaming or in a coma, our spirits leave body and travel to other places. Ghosts--These can be spirits of person's loved ones or they may have a connection to house that you are reading in. The spirits of living people who are either dreaming, in a coma, or engaged in astral travel. Remember that, in all cases, your focus is on person to reader. The first thing you should be is determine their relationship to person being read. Describe spirit entities to your client and see if he can identify them. If energies are at all negative, protect your psychically by surrounding you and person you are reading with white light. If possible, address entities and ask them why there are here and if they have any information, which may help person, whom you are reading. In any case, whatever entities, you should determine what information they are trying to give to you about person you are reading. Can I be a Christian, Moslem, Jew, etc. and read auras? The belief in auras is not tied to any specific religious tradition. Throughout history, advanced spiritual people such as Buddha, Christ and their immediate students were painted with golden haloes around their heads, because some artists could actually see auras. In Australia remote West Kimberleys, you can find prehistoric cave paintings (right), many thousands of years old, depicting people with golden haloes. All religions have had concept of positive spiritual energy, equivalent of Chinese concept of chi and Christian concept of grace. Working with spiritual energy help you become a more spiritually balanced person and eventually a better Christian, Moslem, and so
Bio: Janet K. Ilacqua is a freelance writer based in Tracy, California. For more information about her services, check her website at http://www.writeupondemand.com
Barriers to ProsperityWritten by Janet K. Ilacqua
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You are here to express your individuality. If you read history of truly wealthy, you will see that they had this in common; they believed in their vision whether others did or not. Rarely do you hear of success story where prosperous individual worked 9 to 5, obeyed all rules, dressed in "conformity uniform" and always followed party line. If you don't want to be rich, but simply be "comfortable", that can set you apart as well. Some of non-conformists of my aquaintance are exceptionally talented in areas they have no real interest in. I've been told I'd be a wonderful and wealthy salesperson (yuck!). It's vitally important that you understand yourself and your own needs, and then refuse to budge. Whatever you know that you truly want, that's what you are supposed to have.
Bio: Janet K. Ilacqua is a freelance writer based in Tracy, California. She specializes in academic writing and ghostwriting of books for individuals and small businesses. For more information about her services, check her website at http://www.writeupondemand.com