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You'd be amazed what one night out a week can do to reestablish closeness and connection. But you must do it regularly. Once a year won't work. Schedule sex. Sounds unromantic? It's a lot more romantic than not having sex. Plus, anticipation is a kind of foreplay. If you know that at 10 p. That worried me a lot, because I imagined that the pain would be pretty awful. But the nurses said, Oh, don't worry. This is a simple procedure and it's not even painful. For the next few weeks I felt much less worried about the procedure. When the time came to withdraw the needles, one nurse held my elbow and the other slowly pulled out each needle with pliers. Of course, the pain was excruciating and lasted for days--very much in contrast to how they described the procedure. Still, in hindsight, I was very glad they had lied to me. If they had told me the truth about what to expect, I would have spent the weeks before the extraction anticipating the procedure in misery, dread, and stress--which in turn might have compromised my much-needed immune system. So in the end, I came to believe that there are certain circumstances in which white lies are justified. Creativity and Dishonesty People tend to call them airy, flighty, or spacey. Sometimes they expect others to read their minds.

When the crown is disconnected from the throat chakra or heart chakra, those people can speak in fanatical terms, creating fear and confusion in others. The crown chakra balances the central nervous system, so issues like migraines, tension headaches, nervousness, and some anxiety disorders may be due to imbalances in the crown. This article has introduced you to a variety of time-tested methods of aura healing, each with a specific and valuable avenue to work with the human aura. Chakra meditations, yoga, and Qigong are excellent ways to explore your subtle energy while strengthening and balancing it. I highly recommend picking one of these methods to support your growth. Now that you have learned about the specific layers, colors, and chakras in your aura, you can begin to home in on areas you would like to enhance and support. In the following articles, we will move into feeling and reading the subtle energies, as well as cleansing, strengthening, and maintaining your aura health. READING THE AURA So, why bother? I have bad and good news for you: The door you're looking for will never be the first one you go through. Like it or not, you will have to go through multiple doors before you find the one you want. For some people it may take just a few doors, but for others more than expected. Good News (1/4) One thing is for sure, every single door you open, good or bad, will get you closer to the right door. Every door will have a purpose. Each one will have something to teach you. Plus, you will know which door not to open next time around, since you already know what's behind it! Prioritize. Know what matters most to you and do it.

But many people when asked the question What matters most to you? If you do not know what matters most to you, it is difficult to protect it! Cut back on what you have too much of to do. Imagine your life is a garden you want to love, but it has become overrun with thickets and weeds. You take out your pruning shears and cut back. Once you get started, it will feel really good. And you'll love your garden once again. Get others to do what you are bad at or dislike. We Are All Storytellers Facts are for people who lack the imagination to create their own truth. Once upon a time, two researchers named Richard Nisbett (a professor at the University of Michigan) and Tim Wilson (a professor at the University of Virginia) set up camp at their local mall and laid out four pairs of nylon stockings across a table. They then asked female passersby which of the four they liked best. The women voted, and, by and large, they preferred the pair on the far right. Some said they liked the material more. Some said they liked the texture or the color. Others felt that the quality was the highest. This preference was interesting, considering that all four pairs of stockings were identical. When Nisbett and Wilson questioned each participant about the rationale behind her choice, not one cited the placement of the stockings on the table. R eading your aura requires you to slow down and be present with yourself in new areas. In this article you will learn how to tap into and feel subtle energy along with multiple exercises and techniques to practice seeing energy.

These basic techniques will help open you to being with your aura and understanding its colors. You will use what you learned in the first three articles to explore and improve your skills. To See, We Must Feel As we explore seeing the aura and the colors in the auric field, keep in mind that sensing and feeling are valuable skills that will help you perceive healthy or unhealthy versions of color in your auric field. I have found that feeling a color is often easier and much more useful than seeing a color. This is because emotions and thoughts have both a frequency of color and a texture. Different emotions can have the same or similar color but feel very different. For example, purity or innocence is often seen as soft white, while fear is also white but is jagged in appearance and pulsates erratically. Every door is a step closer to your success. Good News (2/4) Every door you open will change you. Since you will have learned different lessons and been exposed to new perspectives from the different doors, you will not be the same person after opening them, therefore your waiting room will not be the same either. Things you enjoyed doing before may now seem like a waste of time, and ideas you thought were crazy may not sound that crazy anymore. The more doors you open, the more your worldview expands and evolves. Good News (3/4) The life you want is there, behind one of the doors. And the cool thing is that NO ONE can take it away from you. Only you have the right combination to open that door. You can trade off, you can hire out, you can persuade. However you do it, delegate what you don't like or are bad at.

You will feel far less overloaded if you are mostly doing what you like and what you're good at. Cut out obligations, activities, even people that drain you. When you eliminate something, don't immediately replace it with something else. Put a message on your voice mail explaining when you return messages. Do not feel you must return every message every day. Otherwise, you can spend your time doing little else. Also, put a note on your emails explaining when you return emails. Explain how much depth--or lack thereof--you have time to go into in emails. Even when the researchers told the women that all the stockings were identical and that there was simply a preference for the right-hand pair, the women denied it, usually with a worried glance at the interviewer suggesting that they felt either that they had misunderstood the question or were dealing with a madman. The moral of this story? We may not always know exactly why we do what we do, choose what we choose, or feel what we feel. But the obscurity of our real motivations doesn't stop us from creating perfectly logical-sounding reasons for our actions, decisions, and feelings. YOU CAN THANK (or perhaps blame) the left side of your brain for this incredible ability to confabulate stories. As the cognitive neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga (a professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara) puts it, our left brain is the interpreter, the half that spins a narrative from our experiences. Gazzaniga came to this conclusion after many years of research with split-brain patients, a rare group whose corpora callosa--the largest bundle of nerves connecting our brain's two hemispheres--had been cut (usually as a way to reduce epileptic seizures). Interestingly, this brain abnormality means that these individuals can be presented with a stimulus to one half of the brain without the other half having any awareness of it. Working with a female patient who had a severed corpus callosum, Gazzaniga wanted to find out what happens when you ask the right side of the brain to do something and then ask the left side (which has no information about what is going on in the right side) to provide a reason for that action. Using a device that showed written instructions to the patient's right hemisphere, Gazzaniga instructed the right side of the patient's brain to make her laugh by flashing the word laugh. When my guides said they were going to turn off my vision so I could focus on the basics for a while, I went along with it without hesitation. Little did I know it would take years to have my vision back in a healthy way!