Learning and fulfilling the true and unique purpose of our lifetime that we designed and wrote prior to our birth as a soul: The Pre-Birth Life Plan. One of the cornerstones of the work with the aura, the soul plan defines our goals, values, desires, projects and higher vision for our life. It details the type of relationship, family, and career we wanted to create in this lifetime, including the ways we want to contribute to society, and how that would look like. There is a unique set of life goals, values and principles that every soul has wrote for themselves to accomplish in this lifetime. When connecting to the aura in a powerful and clean way, we can connect to the Pre Birth Life Plan that we wrote ourselves, and live—to a fuller extent—a life of more meaning and fulfillment.
By addressing the root source of issues and life complications instead of just dealing with the symptoms, we can come to the true solutions that will last for the long-term. From a young age, we are trained to deal with surface problems; from endless math worksheets to shallow hypotheticals, getting to the root of a problem is often not a part of how we are taught to think and operate, and is something that is difficult to do without rigorous self-work, that may also require the support of others who can help us point out places we need to pay attention to. Self-inquiry is vital both for solving issues in our life at the root and living life to the fullest. When we begin to identify the patterns and traps in our minds, we can actively stop many of the energy drains that take our energy and prevent our development. A part of searching deeply and finding the root source is identifying and working through our fears, emotional injuries, and limiting inner beliefs.
One of the most important principles of the Aura Way: to maintain and cultivate a high level of honesty and truth in every area of life. Being honest with ourselves is what allows us to learn and develop, while turning a blind eye to places we need to improve on or change can cause stagnation and inhibit our ability to grow. A lack of integrity, with the way we may talk to ourselves and conduct ourselves in front of others dramatically lowers the quality of energy we have in our personal life, and takes down those around us as well. Maintaining high integrity—even when no one is looking—gives us nutrients, like a flower receives from the earth. Without nutrients, no real flower can grow; only a fake can exist. To have integrity means taking the path that least hurts others in order to accomplish our highest goals, while simultaneously being a part of a larger picture, in helping others grow while you do.
To achieve our soul plan, we must cultivate a life practice that empowers and sharpens our intuition, and our connection to the Aura. Our life is filled with unanswered questions, doubts, disappointments, misdirections, and misinformation. But that doesn’t have to stay that way as the dominant default position. Our Aura is there to help. The question is, even if she would say something now, will we be able to hear and understand her? Receive a pure and accurate message? Developing our ability to instantly connect to a deep source of wisdom, a personal guide that is the highest form of energy that exists on the planet, in an undistorted way, is the foundation of living the Aura Way. Developing this ability allows us to receive guidance on our next steps in our path towards realizing our soul plan. Everyone has a unique aura that they were born with, inside and around their body, the extension of their soul, but which has a different role to fill in the path of our life.
The willingness to look inside ourselves and be open to change our perspectives and work on our habits. Openness to change means having no Ego, and being able to release our preconceived notions in order to create better ways of life that will serve us for the long-term. Openness necessitates humility, a certain inner peace, and being able to release our past knowledge, experiences or paradigms for a better future. One of the keys to the Aura Way is developing a flexible mindset that allows us to move forward in a more effective and energy-giving path. Learning to flow with the unfamiliar allows us to seize opportunities that we couldn’t recognize before, utilize more wisdom every day, break free from old habits, and foster constant forward movement and development. If we have set ideas for what true fulfillment and happiness means, then we won’t be able to be in constant improvement.
Constantly implementing changes, and moving towards dreams and a higher vision for our life. After finding a solution with openness and humility, being active means more than just the regular walk or jog in the morning, though that’s not bad either. Being active means taking an active approach to life, in general: a leadership role, where you are a role model for your surroundings. It means happening to life, instead of life happening to us: rather than taking the back seat in life and letting things happen to us by “going with the flow,” it means taking up the reins, fixing up our carriage, and directing our horses towards fulfilling our own unique soul plan. Being active does not mean to do things alone, or to take the world on our shoulders. Rather, it means to shoulder ourselves, so that we can be leaders and active contributors to our surroundings.
Cooperation and teamwork are highly important to our spiritual and emotional development, and contribute significantly to raising our energy. They require modesty, and the ability to put aside our combativeness and build bridges of friendship, trust, and a mutual vision. Cooperation is a key element in many areas of our life: from a marriage or partnership, to raising children, to building a business, to realizing a higher vision. The Aura puts cooperation and teamwork as one of the highest cornerstones of enlightened beings. Cooperation with another person, or with a group of people allows us to learn new things or perspectives, be more open, flexible, and move in synchronicity with those around us. There is a lot more energy in life when we don’t lead it alone, and it becomes that much more powerful when we join forces. Fostering this Aura Way principal can bring enormous amounts of new energy into our life and is imperative to achieving our soul plan. It takes a village to raise a child, but it also requires a village to nourish and cultivate the adult.
The abilities and qualities that come with humor are essential to being able to fully implement the Aura Way in our life. Laughing is known to be the medicine of the soul. It is important to be able to see the humour in situations and to laugh at ourselves. Remember laughing with friends over a simple joke, and how good that made us feel? This because there is a treasure of energy in it—Aura energy. Developing the ability to take ourselves lightly, to actively bring humor into our lives without putting others down is important for our energetic well-being. Humor in the Aura Way also embodies a crucial ability of looking at situations in a different way, to be able to change a certain perspective and find ways to move forward and grow from any place and any situation, whether difficult, harsh, beautiful, or romantic. Auric humor does not necessarily mean you need to be a “funny” person that makes everyone laugh and is constantly cracking jokes. Rather, humor is closely related to openness, and is often a prerequisite skill that needs to be honed in order to be able to move forward and make important changes swiftly, so that we don’t stay stuck in the same place.
True leadership in the Aura Way means actively making changes through positive initiations in our personal life, family, and community. Leadership means learning and developing ourselves constantly, and being willing to accept feedback or training. Leadership also means not being complacent to what is happening in our surroundings and to make sure our values are preserved. Without leadership, there is no future; life becomes a dull routine with no hope in sight because our life is led by others. To be a leader requires certain ingredients that cannot be overlooked, like good listening skills and fearlessness, but it also requires a large appetite to improve our current life. We have to be hungry for change in order to be good leaders. It means not being a bystander who stays stuck in the same place, but a person who is unwilling to leave things the way they are, but to shift and improve. If you find yourself doing the same tasks and following the same routine, it could be time to take an active leadership role and actively implement positive new ways of being.
Living a lifestyle that maintains our energy in a state of strength and flow, uninhibited by external and internal interferences. Maintaining a high level of energy in the Aura has many benefits to our life and is one of the main goals of the Aura Way and HA’s KFL program. When we build high energy, a balanced Aura, and a strong connection to her, we can receive an enormous amount support for our life. This includes more wisdom, guidance, and direction about our Soul Plan path and how to fulfil it. Nourishing the Aura and practicing our connection to her can help insure that we are receiving accurate messages and guidance for our life. Ensuring that we are connecting purly to our Aura is paramount and is Healaura’s flagship expertise; if this is not maintained, we may recive and act on guidance that may lead us astray and impact our life negatively.
We can achieve this nourishing of our Aura and greater conncetion by practicing on a regular basis the exercises and methods of the Aura Way. These may use art, energetic and imagination exercises, exploration of our thoughts and patterns through self-inquiry and other mental exercises, and more. If we lead our life using the practical Auric Lifestyle Guidelines and energetic methods, it will fill us with new energy, raise our base level, allow us to connect to a higher vision of our soul plan, and prevent the energy loss we experience on a constant basis from all directions.
A significant part of the Aura Way deals with asking ourselves what we are doing with our time. Everyone has the same amount of time, and yet some of us accomplish so much more than others. To continue our growth, we need to go through a process of looking at habits we need to move away from, what new ways we can develop to bring more energy into our life, and how we can contribute our precious time to others, to help their lives be better. What do we do after a day of work? Throughout the day, do we feel drained, tired, anxious, or conflicted? Is it hard to focus? Do we spend quality time with people that give us energy on a regular basis? We need to examine if we keep ourselves consistently active; part of that is to pay attention how many hours we spend in front of a screen when we’re not actually working, or even participating in activities that could move you away from your soul plan. It’s important to work on a hobby, spend some time on writing and self-reflection, and discovering where we can be more impactful with our time use. Productivity isn’t about proving something. It’s about creating a balanced energy level for our life.
When we are entertained, it’s harder to think for ourselves, and be active. The gift of being alive is something we can take much more advantage of, to our own benefit, and to the benefit of our family and surroundings. We can develop our abilities and talents to create something new, and give something to others. How many times has your child spoken to you when you were on your computer and you weren’t able to pull your eyes away from the screen? How many times have you asked your partner to get off the computer, and you had to nag them to move away from that game so that you’d finally be able to spend some quality time together? When we use technology for entertainment purposes, like watching a movie, playing video games, playing an adventure game on an app, we must ask ourselves, does this activity contribute to life positively? Does it bring us closer to our families and friends, or further away? After watching something, does it inspire us to develop that project we’ve been putting off for months? Creating deep relationships with technology is very difficult, if not nearly impossible, even with “social video games”; to bring more energy to our aura we must find ways to be present in our relationships in life, and to build vital human connections. Often times, disconnecting humans from real connections, nature, emotions, and often, our own families.