Understanding Auras and Chakras and How They Can Be Measured
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By Maxime Beaudette
What colours make up the aura?
Most people, at some point in their life, have been told that their aura is only one colour. I am here to tell you that your aura is full of colour, and changes based on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual vitality.
An optimal colour to have in the aura is green and turquoise. However, the idea of a human having a perfect aura is merely unrealistic. Throughout our lives, we live through experiences that leave imprints on our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies. Some of these experiences are positive and contribute to our well being, and others leave us with energetic scars that affect our holistic health.
What are chakras?
I would entertain that a great majority of people have heard about the subtle energy centres called chakras. The original Sanskrit teachings of energy centres from India were much different than the western version we are accustomed too.
In the Eastern culture, where the concept originated, the theory of energy centres came from Tantric yoga, however, many interpretations of the same Sanskrit teachings emerged and many different chakra systems were developed.
In the western world, the most common chakra system is the 7-chakra system. The modern psychological associations (such as the solar plexus energy centre associated with personal power and the root chakra associated with safety and security) is a relatively new concept and this Western innovation is not found in the original Sanskrit teachings.
How can auras and chakras be measured?
The Biopulsar-Reflexograph® is a biofeedback measuring device that is based on Eastern alternative energy practices and medical science. The Biopulsar-Reflexograph® advance software measures “reflex” zones in the hands and translates it into measurable data that is represented in numeric values and colour language.
A Biopulsar scan is safe, painless, and records data in real-time. It can be used to monitor organ vitality, body systems such as immune, respiratory, and lymphatic systems as well as overall health. It can also provide a snapshot reading of your energy centres (chakras) and your aura. By using Aurascope’s body language software, the Biopulsar system can offer you a look into what your body is trying to communicate with you through colour energy.
How does the device measure the aura?
An aura colour must be interpreted using a holistic approach. Every colour has three interpretations to carefully consider. Perhaps it is a physical dis-ease, or a mental or emotional imbalance or even perhaps a lack of or excess of spiritual beliefs. As the Biopulsar records an aura in real time, the information that is captured is a snapshot in time and can always be influenced by positive changes to someone’s life.
How does the device measure the chakras?
Based on the western 7 chakra system, the Biopulsar-Reflexograph® uses over 45 gold sensors to gather, group, and measure organs associated with each of the seven energy centres. According to the research and data collected from the Biopulsar device, a chakra reading between 40% - 70% represents a typical energy flow. An energy centre functioning under 40% is considered weak and disconnected while a chakra reading above 70% indicates excess energy and may indicate an energy blockage.
It all comes down to self awareness
The most important benefit of all is self awareness. The Biopulsar allows for a visual assessment of the body, mind, and spirit. It’s all connected, and it’s really all about understanding how the body reacts to its environment so that changes could be made that could yield the biggest benefit of all - wellness and longevity.
Knowing the vitality of your chakras could help you make lifestyle changes that will increase your life force energy and promote a healthier you.
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