Auras, Energy and Intuition 1 of 3

Written by Ken Myrback CH

Overrepparttar years I have learned a great many things since enteringrepparttar 122350 holistic field. The biggest discovery was thatrepparttar 122351 more I learned,repparttar 122352 more questions I had. This is true for any field, but even more so in metaphysics. I have found that there is a great deal of confusion both in and out ofrepparttar 122353 metaphysical world about auras, energy and intuition. The first concept to understand is that quantum physics teaches that EVERYTHING is energy. Physicists postulate that only five to ten percent ofrepparttar 122354 entire universe is actually physical matter. The rest is all energy vibrating at differing frequencies, which causerepparttar 122355 different densities fromrepparttar 122356 thickest steel torepparttar 122357 air we breathe. Anything from your car, torepparttar 122358 tree out front, to you yourself are all made of energy. Now you must be thinking, wow ok I’m energy, but you are only taking into account your physical body. Yes your physical body is energy but there is more to it than that. Your energetic body extends beyondrepparttar 122359 physical body. This, in a nut shell, is your aura. Many people have been taught to extend or fluff out their auras as far as possible. This isrepparttar 122360 opposite of what should be done. Many people believe that their intuition is somehow connected to their aura. They believe they will be more intuitive if their aura is extended. Intuition and your aura are two different things. The aura is an energetically and magnetically based field that is an extension of our chakras. It can indicate our physical, mental and spiritual states. Looking at an aura can be similar to a medical doctor checking our ears, nose and throat for symptoms of infection. Intuition, however, comes fromrepparttar 122361 secretions ofrepparttar 122362 pineal gland located inrepparttar 122363 center ofrepparttar 122364 brain, betweenrepparttar 122365 eyebrows. Your aura should be kept as close to your skin as possible. Here is an example of why: A friend of mine used to live and work in Manhattan and he learned really quickly to keep his aura close to his skin. It took him awhile to realize what was happening, with his aura so fluffed out he was going through hundreds if not thousands of other people’s aura fields through out his day, in doing so he was picking up other peoples emotional, mental and spiritual stuff. He was getting halfway through his day and he felt like he had been running all day. Once he started pulling his aura close to his skin everyday he felt much better and had energy atrepparttar 122366 end ofrepparttar 122367 day. You see, not only will other peoples stuff stick to your aura there are some people who will drain your energy because they have so depleted their energy they have to get it from others to replenish themselves. That is why we teach our clients to connect to their version of divinity to replenish their energies. Whether that be, Gia, Universal Spirit,repparttar 122368 earth, God, Buddha, Et Al.

Brother Tiger, Brother Bear

Written by Nancy R. Fenn

I thought this would be an animal story. Last week, on his 59th birthday, Roy Horn of Siegfried & Roy was mauled by his seven year old 600 lb. white tiger, Montecore, in front of a sellout crowd atrepparttar Mirage Hotel whererepparttar 122349 show has been playing since 1990.

Roy Horn is having his second Saturn Return, which began just a month ago. Roy’s Saturn is in Cancer inrepparttar 122350 Twelfth House. That’s why this isn’t going to be an animal story, it’s going to be a story about families and it’s going to be a very sad one because what someone with Saturn in Cancer wants more than anything else inrepparttar 122351 world is to have a family like everyone else’s.

“Happy families are all alike,” wrote Leo Tolstoy, whose Saturn was at 29 Cancer. “Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Because Saturn describes our wound in life, when it is in Cancer,repparttar 122352 wound is about family, about feeling wanted, about feeling safe.

During our first Saturn Return, 28-30 years old, we turn to address this wound consciously. We take it on as our own, our badge of courage. We no longer “blame it” on our parents, but decide to make of ourselves what we can.

Atrepparttar 122353 second Saturn Return, 58-60, there is an opportunity to review progress and perhaps approachrepparttar 122354 issue from a higher perspective. When healing has taken place through personal effort, Saturn bestows an award. You can count on this. Unlike Neptune, Saturn always keeps his promises.

At Tolstoy’s second Saturn Return,repparttar 122355 Russian aristocrat tried to will all his property to his serfs and set them free. His family stopped him. The startling part of this story is that thirty years earlier, at his first Saturn Return, he tried to dorepparttar 122356 same thing. The peasants were suspicious and refused to go along.

Saturn in Cancer poses this question with great longing, “Where are my people?” In Tolstoy’s case, was it his wife and 12 children? Or was itrepparttar 122357 peasants? Tolstoy even began to dress like a peasant later in life. In many cases where Saturn is in Cancer your people are notrepparttar 122358 people in your family. This was certainlyrepparttar 122359 case with Roy Horn.

Roy’s childhood was difficult. His step-father became an abusive alcoholic after his career plummeted. Speaking about his past, Roy has said, “If it wasn’t for Hexe, I wouldn’t be sitting here today.”

Hexe was a wolfdog. Roy and Hexe were inseparable. They roamedrepparttar 122360 woods together. Roy is referring to an incident where he was sucked into a swamp and Hexe ran for help. But looking at this chart, I’d be tempted to interpretrepparttar 122361 statement at an emotional level as well. It may be that Roy’s emotional bond with Hexe is alsorepparttar 122362 reason he’s still here. This bond must have been a source of comfort and companionship for Roy. It is difficult to understand how abandoned children with Saturn in Cancer can feel, though they may haverepparttar 122363 physical presence of adults and other children. Hexe was Roy’s lifeline.

Roy’s ability to bond with animals continued throughout his life. This doesn’t mean he liked them a lot or wanted to rescue them. A bond is much more even than that. To understand Saturn in Cancer, we need to understand that children bond because their lives depend on it. Many British children who lived in London during World War Two were separated from their families and taken to outlying areas for safety. Some of them actually died fromrepparttar 122364 trauma of this separation from their families. Disruption of family life occurred acrossrepparttar 122365 war torn western world and Roy’s family was no different.

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