At a recent fair, working with Kent as her trance channel, spirit Maitland answered the following audience question about keeping your energetic aura clean. -Cindy
Event Attendee: You talked about shaking the smudges off your energy field…I’m wondering if you have any techniques for preventing them from getting on your energy field—more like a protection—that you can tell us about.
Maitland: Sure. So, a lot of that has to do with…I was trying to think of the right word. So, a lot of that has to do with…I like to call them “rules”.
As you go through life, a lot of these things happen subconsciously as you grow up and you go through life. As you’re going through life, things happen to you and your brain starts to associate what these things mean to you and how to respond to them—whether it’s emotionally or physically. What happens is…you’ll be sitting there and something will happen to you and it will trigger you to be mad. Maybe you’re driving in a car, somebody cuts you off, and you get mad. So one thing that will start to help with this…and if you stay mad… or you fixate on it, or you do something, then that just increases it and it stays on you, so what’s happening is somewhere inside you, you have a rule that says that people should behave in a certain way and when they don’t, it makes you mad.
Ok. So there’s nothing “wrong” with that, per se, that’s just how you’ve assigned that. And chances are, you didn’t create that yourself. It just kind of happened on its own. What you want to do is to start to dilute that. So you start noticing, “Ok, this is what is happening, and it’s making me mad. Well you know what? I don’t want to really feel mad anymore. I realize that I don’t think that person should have done that but instead of being mad, I think I would rather just let it go, because it’s not worth being mad over.” Then you start to focus on that, and you notice that when somebody cuts you off, you may start to get mad again, but you say, “Ok, wait. How else can I do this? How can I just let this go?” Or say, “Hey, this isn’t worth it.”
Whatever works for you. It will start diluting these rules that are anchored into your brain. It’s a mental exercise first, because that’s where it’s starting your emotions to respond to how you’ve linked them up in your brain, so that “Ok, When THIS happens, I’m going to feel MAD. When THIS happens I’m going to feel LOVE.”
But most of the time, we don’t all sit down and say, “This is how I want to map out my brain.” It just happens. It happens throughout your life. So that will help…That will help starting out, to make it like you said, to make it so it doesn’t happen as much, or if it does, it’s very much diluted so it doesn’t stay on you as much.
So pay attention to your emotions because they’re a reflection of yourself. Your emotions are telling you something about yourself. When you can start asking, “What does this mean to me?” then you can stop being….for lack of a better word…just a “response” all the time. In reaction you can say, “No, this is how I want to feel and take charge.”