A while back I wrote about being a highly sensitive person. I know some of you recognized yourself in this and thanked me for the blog post that gave you some advice on this topic. Many of us get affected by people around us. It is like their emothions become our own. It is nothing wrong with you. You are probabaly sensitive. But we can make you less affected. Strengthen you a bit. Countinue reading.
In the yogic tradition being sensitive and overwhelmed by people or environment around you is connected to the aura. The aura is the electromagnetic field that all living has around its physical body. It can expand around your body all from 25 cm or more up to 2,5 m (1 inch to 8 ft) or even more. This field acts as a protection or filter that filters through all good energy and filters out bad energy and negativity. The negativity doesn´t come in to your being. It stayes outside of you. Imagine a glass cup around you and as any negativity come towards you, it just runs down the glass cup, like an egg running down the glass walls.
It is important to have a strong aura not to get affected by people around you or other environment that can cause negative energy. You can strengthen the aura in some ways with yogic techniques and some of those techniques I want to share with you here today and in my next blog post. You don´t have to suffer from taking in others energy so much, if you know of these techniques.
1. Take cold showers
In the yogic tradition it is good to take cold showers – ishnaan – hydrotherapy. This cold shower helps, not only to strengthen the aura, it also helps your blood circulation and opens the capillaries and helps the blood to flush through your organs, so they get refreshed.
This is how you do it:
If you want to you can massage your whole body with a nice oil, like almond oil or other oil you prefer before the shower. Step into the shower and shower with cold water all over your body. Let the water run all over except the head for a while. Soon you´ll feel the body is getting warm and then it´s time to stop. Dry yourself with a nice bath towel.
This hydrotherapy is good to do in the morning. You avoid it when you have your period.
I must admit this is one of the few yogic techniques I resist, but when I do it I feel very refreshed.
You can also splash some cold water over your wrists and neck (under the ears) that also helps to strengthen your aura. This is very good during the day, especially if you sit in front of the computer a lot. The radiation from electronic equipment affects your aura in a negative way.
2. Wear white clothes
Maybe you´ve seen that many yogic wear white clothes and even cover their head? White clothes strengthens the aura, so if you feel a little bit to affected by people or maybe low or depressed you can try to wear white clothes that day. When I teach yoga live I always do that as I meet a lot of people in my classes. You can also wear some on your head, like a scarf, a turban or a hat. The aura is more sensitive around your head.
3. Do yoga for the aura
There are many yoga poses, whole yoga sets and meditations that help to strengthen your aura. When I know I´m going to a difficult meeting I do I yoga set for the aura and it helps a lot. Often when you do these kind of yoga poses you feel very refreshed and energetic after.
In the next blog post I´ll share one wonderful yoga pose that helps to strengthen the aura.
Meanwhile you can try with cold showers and wearing white clothes.
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Helen Kåselöv is a yoga teacher and yoga therapist and the founder of Healing from within with yoga & food (former Yoga for Endometriosis & Pelvic pain). Helen has a history of severe endometriosis and is today helping women with endometriosis, PCOS, uterine fibroids and other pelvic pain online, with yoga, nutrition and other lifestyle changes. Using yoga both as a tool in different kinds of healing programs, pain management, yoga has become the foundation in her work. “Yoga can help you in so many ways: Physically, mentally, spiritually and as a personal development tool.”