7 June 2017
Babies, young children, and their auras
The main thing in a new baby's aura
Working with children for their health, via the aura, is quite different from working with adults. I recall a six week old baby whose aura I was lucky enough to be involved with. Baby was nestled in it's aura, which was one of it's arms length away from the body, so actually quite close in. It was like a cocoon, very pure, and very strong. This baby had a good home and loving parents, and his aura reflected that.
The importance of sleep for a new baby
At this age, a baby is still sleeping a lot, and, as an aura healer, I can tell you that they are still not completely established on this earthly plane, and it is in their minds and emotions that they still have a connection with their past. For, with all of the sleeping that they are doing, they are also "watching' past life scenes. When I first saw this, I was so surprised! For me, it was like watching a movie.
And, anyone who has been around a tiny baby, will remember how they sleep so much. I now realise that it is important, not just in terms of growth and readjustment to their new life, but also because of these pictures that they are viewing inside their head. The fontanelle is not yet closed, and it is here that the pictures are streaming from. When I looked down at the baby I mentioned, I could "see" that the fontanelle was still opened, on a spiritual level. It looked like a hole, about the size of a baby's small skullcap. And the pictures were inside the hole.
Babies and children's chakras
How amazing it was! I shall never, ever, forget this. The baby's chakras (in the aura) were like little acorn cups, tiny, quite open, but solid. Whereas the chakras in the aura of a child of four years old, are bigger, longer, not as firm and strong, for they are more influenced by the child's emotions.
One day, one of my young grandchildren shuffled past me, head down, quite fed up, grumpy and tearful (doing the "it's not fair!" thing) .... and their navel chakra in the front of the body was drooping down towards the floor..... (it made me chuckle). As though the drooping chakra was pulling her head and shoulders down, but of course the chakra was drooping in response to her emotions.
As our children get more established in life, and their past lives become distant memories, the children start to absorb more energy from their environment. And some of it is absorbed through the chakras in the front of the body, in the aura. These auric chakras are meant to be quite big, but, when our children are not happy, these chakras can be smaller or thinner than they should be. In turn, this affects the amount of life-force, that indefinable energy, that is supposed to flow into our psyche via these chakras. When the chakras are "in good condition", the aura is correspondingly stronger, and this in turn, helps the child to be emotionally stronger.
What is a chakra
Chakra is a Sanskrit (the language of yoga, and very similar to Hindi) word meaning "wheel". Chakras are found in our energy field, the aura, and are touching the body. They are in the front of the body, and at the back of the body, connected by an invisible tunnel. In everyday life, and in healing, mostly the chakras at the front are used.
There are also the same chakras in the perenium, inside the spinal column, and inside the head. These are quite different in colour, and attributes. They are generally dormant and awaken through many years of spiritual disciplines. But, here I am only talking about the chakras in the aura.
We all have chakras in the aura, and these are very much to do with the current life. They can look like soft clouds of colour in the aura, or a spiral. They can also look like a tornado, jutting out from the body, with the base chakra going down between the legs to the floor, and the crown chakra going up from the top of the head. The chakras turn, like a wheel. It is best if they are turning clockwise as this direction opens up the incoming energy flowing through them. The colour of each chakra can vary from person to person. These images are from cameras which can capture elements of the chakras in the aura. The first picture below is of someone performing a difficult and highly energising yoga pose. The chakras look strong. The second picture looks as though the person is more relaxed. You can see how the aura and chakra colours of the two pictures differ.
As an aura healer, I have always been involved with chakras in regards to healing. So, rather than giving attributes of each chakra in the aura, I will tell you what I look for instead during an aura healing. I am so not in accordance with a lot of things said about the chakras, and I prefer to only talk about what I know from my own personal experience.
Qualities of the chakras in the aura
The base chakra, between the tops of the legs at the base of the torso, is how we walk through life. Obviously whatever our life is like, and whatever has happened in our life, affects how we walk through life. Lift your head up, walk tall and be positive, to keep the energy here strong.
The second chakra is on the pubic bone. It has to do with our deeper emotions. From deep sadness through to joy, and the expression of them.
The navel chakra, like the previous two, also involves emotions, particularly those from childhood. Here we are prone to absorb others' emotions, and also to be drained emotionally by others.
But, and this is important, our innate nature expresses happiness as the main emotion through these three chakras. They also provide intuition as gut feelings, and instinctive feelings.
The heart chakra is at the centre of the chest. You will not be surprised to read that we store deep trauma here. The expression of love is, of course, from this chakra. Here we "feel" truth.
The throat chakra is just above the collarbones. Our emotions do get choked here, making it difficult to express ourselves verbally. And when we "find our voice', we are then able to express truth. It is also where we are able to hear what is truly being said, rather than just hearing the words spoken.
The eyebrow centre is actually between the eyebrows and a bit above. It has to do with clarity, insight, and the ability to make good decisions. Here we "see" with truth.
The crown chakra enables many troubling thoughts, to literally fly out through the top of our head (a true blessing). It also allows the more cosmic, loving, energy to flow down into us.