Some Indicators That You Have Holes or Tears In Your Aura
Our lifestyles can determine the strength of our auras. Self-destructive behavior and unhealthy daily habits can have damaging effects on your aura and can then show up physically, emotionally and mentally.
Strong Emotions: A clear sign you have a hole in your aura is a constant strong recurring emotion like anger or fear. You may also struggle with intense shyness and anxiety. A hole is indicated by holding yourself stuck in that emotion and inclined to sink into a depression. You also may experience a strong lack of motivation.
Psychological Trauma: When you experience a trauma either as a kid or in your adult life and don’t go through the work to heal it your aura will produce a hole or tear.
Overuse of Substances: Depending on drugs, alcohol, and other toxic substances can produce serious holes in your aura. Addiction and dependency on mind-altering stimulants and depressants will have serious consequences to your energy field.
Physical Problems: When you experience a sudden energy loss, headache or migraine, nausea or a sudden illness (i.e. an infection), or a repeated injury in the same location you most likely have a tear in your aura.
Sensitivity to Others: It’s great to be able to intuitively tell when someone is upset or stressed so you can help them out. However, a torn aura may be indicated by an intense sensitivity to others’ imbalances and attracting their negative emotions. You’re not strongly protected and are constantly overwhelmed by the negative energies of others around you.
Repair & Strengthening
Your aura is the energy field that surrounds your body. It acts as a magnetic field of energy that picks up on emotions, health, psychic debris and circumstances around you. Your aura can experience stress as you exchange energies with those around you, which is exactly why you need to clean your auric field from time to time. The aura is heavily impacted by the situations and people you interact with. Since you are constantly exchanging energies with the people around you, it is common for your auric field to get weak due to cluttered psychic debris or even picking on other people’s negative emotions and energy.
As a result, you may feel stressed, anxious, irritated, lethargic, impatient, and even develop a negative outlook toward the world. Your immune system may also take a beating, making you highly susceptible to falling sick.
Dark Spots In Your Aura
Some of us carry past trauma with us for whatever reason—perhaps to never forget so that it doesn’t ever happen again, maybe as a badge of honor, like: I lived through that, so I’m invincible. Either way, a dark spot or stagnant energy in your aura adds a layer of scar tissue. And too many scars can make your aura so thick that it distances you from the reality of the present moment. It’s like looking at life through a dirty pair of scratched-up glasses. It’s an inaccurate interpretation of what’s in front of you. If you’ve never experienced a squeaky-clean set of glasses, you may not ever know how dirty yours are. You may feel isolated and have no idea why.
Dark spots will have you relating to life through associations and assumptions. They’re like psychic debris. They separate us from the present moment. Sometimes these dark spots can be so large, they can ruin really wonderful relationships if you’re stuck living in the past. You may be more defensive than the current moment calls for, and you may be withholding love from yourself. People with tons of dark spots tend to live in isolation: It’s a trust-no-one mentality. The fewer people in my life, the more safe I am.
Holes Or Tears In Your Aura
Then there are people who self-abandon. Any time undesirable moments are experienced, their spirit takes off. When it’s safe again, the spirit returns and settles into the body. While this may be a reasonable coping mechanism at the time, it has some long-term effects. Each time they bounce, they’re puncturing holes in their aura, thereby contributing to a compromised aura that lets everything and anything in. The emphasis is placed on themselves and not the triggers. Phrases like “I don’t trust myself” creep into the mind, rather than “I don’t trust others.”
Having a highly porous aura is like being an energy sponge. You’ll have a better understanding of your environment than you do of yourself. It’s a slippery slope that may lead to more and more holes. The second something goes wrong, you may feel triggered or threatened and leave your body again, puncturing yet another hole. The more holes, the more sensitive you are to your environment and the less certain you are of yourself. People with tons of holes tend to be people-pleasers, thinking: If everyone here in my environment is happy, then it will be safe for me to be here.
We all have some holes, and we all have some dark spots. We’ve accumulated both as coping mechanisms to help us feel safe in the world, and we all have the power to release the dark spots and heal the holes. And once you do, life will happen, and you’ll accumulate more of them. The goal is to continue checking in to heal them as soon as you can so that you may be powerfully present.
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