Although invisible to the naked eye, every man, woman and child has an invisible force surrounding their bodies. Known as an aura, it’s believed to play an important role in our health and well-being. When our aura energy subsides, we are less protected against disease and illness. When our aura is strong, on the other hand, we are more protected against adverse conditions. So, what can you do to strengthen the energy of your aura?
Soak in the Sun
The sun’s powerful UV rays can strengthen your aura, supplementing your body with much-needed vitamin D while reinvigorating your cells. A good rule of thumb is to strive for 30 minutes of sun exposure per day. Keep in mind, however, that too much sun exposure can be bad for your health, promoting fine lines, early aging, and even increasing your risk of melanoma. Stick with 30 minutes per day for maximum benefit to your aura. If you can’t get enough sun depending on where you live or the season, then consider taking a Vitamin D supplement.
Avoid Processed Foods
Humans have evolved over the course of tens of thousands of years, during which we’ve consumed natural foods like fresh vegetables, fruits and meats. It wasn’t until this past century, however, when our diets began to shift towards more processed foods — with a particular focus on grains. There’s nothing wrong with an occasional processed snack, but if the bulk of your diet is processed foods, it may weaken your aura. These foods will make you feel “full” afterwards, but they don’t offer any real vitamins or nutrition, thus weakening nearly every system in your body — including your aura.
Among the most damaging elements to a person’s aura field is stress. When you experience psychological stress, your body weakens and becomes more susceptible to illness. Unfortunately, though, stress is something that everyone will experience during their lives, some more frequently than others. While there’s no way to completely avoid stress, there are ways to reduce it. Here are some simple tips to reduce stress and promote a stronger aura:
- Perform deep breathing exercises
- Practice yoga
- Train your brain to focus on positive thoughts
- Get plenty of sleep
- Limit intake of caffeine and alcohol
- Get a massage, and of course…
- Eat Healthy
We’ve talked about the benefits of salt before on our blog, but it’s worth mentioning again that this naturally occurring mineral can increase levels of positive energy. If you’re looking to improve your aura energy, try taking a warm bath with one cup of sea salt added. The salt will stimulate your aura while cleansing your skin in the process.
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