We often cruise through life not realizing we are harming ourselves in a lot of ways, and sometimes this happens because we do not consider a lot of things because we live in a materialistic and mechanical age. One of these things is our aura.
Our aura is the center of all the energy that we can term as our own and there are a lot of things that harm and weaken it on a physical level.
Have you noticed how most of the times, we end up feeling lethargic, demotivated and a lack of energy to do things; we experience symptoms like not getting enough sleep thanks to stress from working too hard. While these are also reasons why we do feel fatigued, we fail to see the bigger picture, which is our aura, the harm is done to it on a day-to-day basis and how we might be unknowingly hurting it ourselves thereby weakening its very existence.
What happens when we have a weak aura
Let us first talk about what happens when our auras lose their strength, thus messing with the very place we derive all our energies from. When we have a weak aura, we find ourselves more than usually tired on a regular basis. We find ourselves at an extreme lack of motivation to get up and get things done, which often causes a number of difficulties in our professional as well as personal lives.
We end up failing at tasks that are as simple as waking up on time, maintaining good health and feeling a sense of ennui and fear that forecloses all the possibilities of enjoying life.
What are some of the things that cause it to weaken in the first place
This may be caused by a number of things, starting from physical to emotional.
Physically, the things that cause a weak aura are addictions of any kind, be it alcohol, or something that is seemingly harmless such as social media.
1. We always undermine the effect that a social media addiction has on us, because of it just so commonplace: but remember, so is cigarette smoke and climate change.
2. Another thing that may be held responsible is not having a proper and regular sleep cycle. Our body, mind, and soul need adequate rest to go about our lives and do the things that we must so when we deprive ourselves of that, the effect will harm our aura as well. Similarly, if we stay indoors all the time, as some of us have to give our jobs and other commitments, and do not treat ourselves to a requisite amount of sunshine and the smallest signs of nature’s beauty like a bird’s chirp and the golden dot at the heart of a roadside flower, it is bound to make our auras lose their strength and stability.
3. Thirdly, something we are all more or less guilty of is not having proper eating habits and a healthy lifestyle; related to this is the lack of exercise that a lot of us can be held responsible for.
Our body needs to return to nature and gain what it has lost and loses in the rat race that we all are a part of.
Our aura also faces similar trauma when we let other people take advantage of us and drain us. If there is anyone in your life that makes you feel tired and listless after you talk to them, you would be doing yourself is the huge favour if you cut them out because they, either intentionally or unintentionally have a negative impact on your inner strength and your aura.