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Daily Meditation: Monday, July 15, 2024

Aura - the practice of divine virtues attracts the corresponding colours

You can work on your aura in two ways. By means of thought and imagination, you can strive to attract the purest, most beautiful colours and surround yourself with them. Be aware, however, that this method will bring short-lived, even artificial results, unless at the same time you work on the qualities corresponding to these colours. For what is most essential is to develop our virtues rather than exercise our brains. Even if you never use thought to form the colours of your aura, and concentrate solely on developing divine virtues within you, all the corresponding colours will come to you in all their beauty, whether you like it or not. As long as you continue to work on these virtues, the colours of your aura will shine out with ever more beauty and brilliance.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

OMRAAM MIKHAËL AÏVANHOV
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The universal message of Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov (1900 – 1986) is in line with the great sages and Masters of humanity. In his teaching, he explains the great laws of life by providing many methods of application, leading to a better understanding of oneself.


“Through my teaching, I wish to give you essential notions about the human being: how he is built, his relationship with nature, the exchanges he must make with the universe, in order to drink from the sources of divine life. …ˮ
 

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