Chakras etc

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Chakras etc

Postby Snovid » Mon Jul 01, 2013 12:59 pm

The emotional state of a man is seen in his aura
If someone is harass some ghosts,they are visible in the aura of the person,right?

I am curious what else.

Can a person who is ...
who has its own carer spirits, whether they are somehow visible in the aura of a person?
The man who got the lungs,initiation etc.
from that moment they protected by guardians of teachings?

Is the spiritual carers are still visible at this person
or they intervene only in the event of threats?

And if someone practicing Vajra Armor, his aura somehow change?
Something there is in it or just our aura becomes healthier?

If someone has a lock on the chakras and generally weak chakras,
chanting Armor repair our chakras or only protects against further damage?

If I did the practice of Green Tara
  as a result of this practice
Green Tara appears next to me?
I mean, if someone who knows how to see auras look at me
will see that I am a person who practices and know when my aura
I was doing some spiritual practice?
Or that I am under the care of a deity?

How spiritual practices operate on the appearance and condition of our auras?
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Re: Chakras etc

Postby flavio81 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:59 pm

"Aura" is a concept external to buddhism. Please do not mix it with buddhism.
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Re: Chakras etc

Postby flavio81 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 11:03 pm

If you do Green Tara practices, and then if a person who apparently knows how to sees auras sees you, and tells you "I see you are doing Green Tara practices", the result is that your ego will increase (because of being proud of having "modified the aura", "improved the aura", etc), and his ego will increase as well (because of being proud of being able to "read the aura").

And all of this is not good for a Buddhist.
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Re: Chakras etc

Postby Snovid » Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:02 am

It's hard to express what I think using an electronic translator

I was talking about the state of our spirit.
It's not about pride in the fact that changes our aura and colors
I'm interested in how a particular practice affects us.

Different practices are designed to produce different results
Some aspire to enlightenment
others want to develop shamanic skills to be able to heal others.


I wonder if the color of the aura and something that perhaps appear in our aura
it can be stated based on,what practice doing X person,what spiritual path follow?


As based on the aura You can identify the specific disease.
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Re: Chakras etc

Postby wisdom » Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:25 pm

If you purify your mind, you will purify your aura. You cannot purify any chakra without actually purifying the mind. This is why Buddhism doesn't focus much on auras and chakras, and focuses more on learning and controlling your mind. Although the concept of an aura is not foreign to Buddhism. I cannot remember the name of the monk in the story, but there is a story often related that points to the importance of pure view. Basically a monk that lives with Buddha slowly develops doubts about the Buddha (doesnt maintain pure view of the Guru) and one day tells Buddha that besides his strong aura extending several feet from his body, he sees nothing special about the Buddha.
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Re: Chakras etc

Postby M.G. » Fri Jul 05, 2013 3:05 am

Snowid wrote:If I did the practice of Green Tara
  as a result of this practice
Green Tara appears next to me?
I mean, if someone who knows how to see auras look at me
will see that I am a person who practices and know when my aura
I was doing some spiritual practice?
Or that I am under the care of a deity?

How spiritual practices operate on the appearance and condition of our auras?


Something like this actually did happen to me once; a non-practitioner spotted one of the protectors in what she called my 'field' within a minute of meeting me and without knowing I was a Buddhist and gave a pretty good description of such. This was done in private and no money was exchanged, so I assume it involved authentic non-conventional perception and not fraud.

It was a nice experience, but if you're a serious practitioner, you probably already know that yidams and protectors aren't just Jungian archetypes or visual descriptions of mindstates.

I assume practice changes one's being in all sorts of ways, but everything one does or experiences changes one's being in all sorts of ways.
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