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The Subtle Body – What Is Your Auric Field?

April 17, 2020

I hate to say this, but the psychic stuff is real. Last night, when I was in bed by 6:30 p.m., I was busy feeling my auric field with my hands. Yes, since turning 39, I have come to say to myself; I can’t maintain a denial complex of my own when it comes to the psychic stuff. The Subtle Body by Cyndi Dale, states that there is more than one energy field around your body. I can sense most of these fields if not all of them. I was so ignorant until I read that book The Aura is made up of other types of fields, the physical, etheric, emotional, mental, astral, etheric template, celestial, and causal. In the coming weeks, I’m going to do more research on these fields to come up with a series of articles since I learn my best when I’m writing about something, or researching something to summarize. It’s why I did so well in anthropology class, which I took all classes online save a few in person classes. The auric field as a whole is made up of different colors, some you cannot paint because on the earth plane we have limited means of describing the actual colors you see in every subcategory of the field.

The psychic just breeds an overwhelming curiosity in me. I’m just a perpetually curious sort who cannot stop looking for answer. Yesterday, on my 39th birthday, I realize I should be a true believer if I expect to keep my anxiety under control. Not that my anxiety is hard to control these days if I’m actually carrying around my parent’s symptoms. I’ve read or tried to read Hands of Light by Barbara Brennan, twice. So yes, on my birthday I had any number of insights. I’m lucky I’m still alive, at 39, to be able to tell the tales I can tell. Who would have thought the chakras are real and I’d better quit putting my chakra system on a rabid little “ignore” since it needs to be repaired, if I can restore my body to function without a knee injury and a hernia that may need surgical removal after all as a lesson to my family that we need to use Western medicine sometimes.

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