If you are responding to events in an overly-emotional way, then your aura is probably picking up the signals from other people — people in your life, and the collective energy of humanity as well.
And naturally, you are influenced by your very own thoughts and feelings. When you consider this combination — the external influences from people, and your own turbulent sea of emotional reactions — you have quite a collection of emotional vibrations that you may be affected by.
The emotional vibrations you psychically receive — from others, and from yourself — can generate a feedback loop of nervous energy. Here is how that feedback loop works:
– Your body and mind become excessively referenced to your over-excited aura.
– Your aura is already filled with your own nervous patterns, and with chaotic energy patterns from other people.
– This aura chaos makes the body feel scared.
– The scared feeling in the body then makes the mind feel scared.
– And the over-stimulated mind generates nervous thoughts, which make the body feel tense.
– And the aura picks this up, and continues the feedback loop.
– And the feedback loop continues, on and on and on.
What to do? How can you shift from the habit of nervous reaction, to a more centered response to life?
Fortunately, there is an alternate balanced reference signal deep in your body that holds the centered vibration of peace and serenity. However, unless you are consciously accessing this deeper place, it is easily hidden by the noisy turmoil signals from the world — and the nervous signals from your own self. But does this mean that you have to avoid the world? There is a spiritually healthy alternative.
When you learn to notice your inner chattering dialogue, without getting stuck in it, then you can bring your attention to the real peace that exists even deeper — within the core of your body. You learn to listen to the authentic dialogue of your inner self — your inner cosmic conversation of sound and light and harmony — taking place deep in your body.
You distinguish your true inner vibrations from the outer chatter received by the aura. When you have reached the deeper peace within your core, then the dialogue changes in your mind as well, and the aura naturally reflects this, becoming smoother. This creates a new healthy feedback loop.
The healthy feedback loop between your core, your mind, and your aura helps to give you a centered, integrated feeling. You gradually learn to experience the living communion between your body, your aura, your mind, and your emotions. You discover that you can link all these levels of the self to your core — your true divine essence.
Of course, when you start to explore this, you might only notice the chaotic chatter. That is natural. Know that the deeper peace is quieter, and more subtle. It is deep within you. Do not judge yourself as you explore this. Take it one day at a time. Let yourself gently explore the realms deep within you.
At first, it will seem that you are just imagining the deep core presence. That is OK, because you need to practice using your imagination, anyway. Imagination is the link between where you are now, and the realm of your balanced and integrated self. Let your imagination of your deep core help you access it. Gradually discover the living presence of your deep inner essence, and let it nurture you.
Throughout this discovery process, notice your chatter, but do not judge it. This itself is a profound realization — that you can notice something without judging it. In time, you will detect the subtle and deep inner peace that lives deep within you. For now, though, just know that it is there, awaiting you.
You have choice in this matter, because you can learn to choose where you place your attention, and this helps you consciously choose a centered response. Blaming the world doesn’t help, nor does blaming yourself, because blame only worsens your dramatic reactions. You can learn to notice things, without denying them, and without judging them as wrong.
When you practice daily step-by-step methods to distinguish between your inner authentic voice, compared to the nervous chattering voice, you will realize — with a smile — that you really do build your inner strength with such a simple thing as choosing where you place your attention.
And this is a liberating key that unlocks the riddle of how you can stay centered, amidst all the transformations that are happening on the planet.
Joel Bruce Wallach