Read About Auric Boundaries


Please read about Auric Boundaries, and then answer the questions in the discussion box at the bottom of the page. I look forward to engaging with you!

The Aura is often referred to as the ‘luminous egg’, referring to the clairvoyant perception of the egg-shaped field of energy that surrounds the body.

When the Aura is appropriately boundaried, it is easy to maintain its nice oval shape.

Boundaries are not just for maintaining your nice energetic figure! Boundaries are for containing and distinguishing your energy from that of others.

This is an important distinction. Many people talk about the need for psychic protection. They worry about and want to take action to avoid ‘energy vampires’.

A vitally important lesson to learn as an energy healer, or as an individual working with energetic self-care, is about polarity. Bottom line? If you need ‘protection’ you also need a ‘perpetrator’ or an ‘enemy’. Someone to defend against.

Polarity is about opposites — black and white, stop and go, right and wrong, victim and victimizer.

If  you are focused on protection, you’re actually inviting the very thing you do not want! Psychic protection is a set-up for invasion.

Rather, focus on owning your energy — your Chakras & Aura — and put your Auric Boundaries in place frequently so that you’re managing your energy field and containing your space. If your energy is set appropriately, you’re not available for invasion. Setting and owning your energy applies a more sophisticated understanding of how energy works, and empowers you to take responsibility for your experience.

The Logistics: 

Appropriately set Auric layers begin with the first layer hugging the body; layers two through seven are oval/egg-shaped, extending out 4-5 feet from the body (about arm’s length).

It is not unusual to discover that Auric layers have no boundary definitions.  This is virtually always true of clients who struggle with embodiment and autonomy and Practitioners who channel without a hygienic, conscious process.

The Aura creates separation between self and other.  Those who struggle with embodiment often have other beings or energies defining and organizing their experience.  Energies are free to come and go without client conscious awareness.  This is a result of boundarylessness in the Aura.  The client has no sense of where he or she starts and stops, and has no conscious awareness of “who’s who in the zoo.”

People who have trouble understanding or maintaining their own and others energetic boundaries often give themselves away, serving others to their own detriment.  These individuals are constantly at the effect of their experiences and have few or no electromagnetic boundaries defining the layers.

Attending to the boundaries of the Aura can rapidly shift life experiences and generate different and more appropriate ways of engaging and interacting with others.