Our aura keeps us safe from the wolves of the invisible world

The work of the heart-
‘The aura is the true fence that keeps us safe from the wolves of the invisible world, and it is this barrier that we must keep firmly shut and as high as possible. How? By working with our heart and mind. The heart steadfastly maintains the fence and it fills the holes so that we can resist any blows, for love works in a special way by reinforcing our cells and making them able to resist illness and adversity.

The work of the mind
As for the mind, enlightened by wisdom, it erects a wall of light that cannot be cleared by the evil spirits crawling around in the lower regions. Before beginning his work, a sage or magus traces a circle around him in order to protect himself from dark entities. This circle is also a type of fence. You might say there is nothing high or solid about it. That is true, but the magus’s love and wisdom brings such height and thickness to this circle that he is as protected as if he were in an impenetrable fortress.

Think of our aura as our spiritual skin
You understand why it is so important to reinforce your aura with love and wisdom, so that nothing negative can affect you. I told you, the aura is a skin, it’s your spiritual skin. And it is as desirable for your spiritual skin to be thick as it is for your physical skin to be soft and delicate.

Love prevents negative currents getting through
Those with a thin aura are often sensitive, while with those who have a very big aura, what you say does not bother them or make them angry, for they are full of love. So then, if you are sensitive, it is often because you do not have enough love to fill the holes and to build thick walls to prevent the negative currents getting through.

Wisdom puts us out of reach of our enemies
As for wisdom, it shows you the upward path, for it is not down below, at ground level, that we acquire a good knowledge of things. Those who want to see what is going on in the valley must climb up to a summit; once they are up high, not only can they see but they are also protected, for enemies cannot reach them.’

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
Extract from a lecture contained in…

Izvor Book 204, The Laughter of a Sage
Chapter 2, Like a shepherd watching over his sheep…

2016-08-20T12:13:35+00:00August 16th, 2016|About - Daily Posts, Aura Yoga and Chakras, Health & Happiness|5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Ian Fink August 17, 2016 at 11:39 pm - Reply

    I think there should be a distinction or clarification in this statement between hypersensitivity and vulnerability which can be the result of a lifetime of abuse, in which case the individual may well be covered in ‘open wounds’ as their sense of self worth could be so irreversibly damaged that they have little or no self love at all. To imply that this is a failing on their part or a reflection of their inability to love is both irresponsible and spiritually insensitive.
    To further suggest that one be totally impervious to the cruelty inflicted by the abuser is not only unrealistic but potentially shame inducing serving no other purpose than to compound the torture.
    Without a profound knowledge of the devastating impact of prolonged systematic abuse, this comment is devoid of understanding and compassion.

    • John August 20, 2016 at 12:17 pm - Reply

      Thank you Ian,very true. The Master was full of compassion and often made this distinction. This context is sometimes lost in the short posts. The post has been edited and a link provided to the book containing the lecture.

  2. Ian Fink August 20, 2016 at 5:05 pm - Reply

    Thank you John. I don’t want to appear negative in my observations. I have followed the Master for many years, and frankly have found this tendency to criticise his followers (quite harshly at times), some of the most challenging aspects of the Teaching. It almost feels at times that he builds us up to tear us down, and depending on ones state of mind, this can either be motivational or debilitating.
    Frankly, I found this passive/aggressive delivery quite exhausting over prolonged periods at my visits to the Bonfin.
    Having said that, the rewards were incalculable.
    I used to facilitate authorised meetings here in the Uk in Derbyshire some years ago, so am as dedicated a disciple as my evolution permits.
    May I compilment you on a wonderfully presented website which I am sure will attract many new students in time.
    Love and Light to you.
    Ian

  3. Luba Grantcharova September 30, 2016 at 10:06 am - Reply

    I think that what has been described above may be the old school’s approach. His Master, Peter Deunov, has had the same tone in his lectures, which sounds quite ok in Bulgarian. On the bright side, in my opinion, it helps students to be self reliant and not to develop attachment or depend on their Master for approval, etc…

  4. John September 30, 2016 at 10:06 am - Reply

    Thank you dear Luba, yes the Master referred very often to the teaching of his Master Peter Deunov. And like Peter Deunov he reminds us often that a true Master will always encourage his followers to be independent.

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