In the meditational sciences, it is understood that the human body is made up of energy. This energy is nothing but the manifestation of the colour vibrations within us and like I have explained earlier, these colour vibrations in turn impact our consciousness and being. Aura can be visualized as these very colour vibrations in our being.

Now, you may ask why is the aura important? Let me answer this by saying that our emotional challenges are manifested in our aura. And we already know about the role that our emotional state plays in our overall well-being. In the modern sciences, much emphasis has been laid on developing technology which can read the aura of a person. This direction of research stems from the belief that one’s aura not only forecasts the physical disease much before it is manifested in the body but also captures the emotional health of a person. The objective is to delve beyond the physical body, much deeper where our emotions take birth and shape. In a manner then, the colour of the aura can also be perceived to be a barometer of not only our physical but also our mental and emotional health.

Human Aura

I have mentioned previously that the aura can be seen in the form of colour vibrations. In the meditational sciences, different colours indicate different emotional states in a person. Broadly, bright colours signify an elated and happy state while dull colours signify the opposite, unhappy and depressed states. Along this vein, it can be added that the colour red represents energy, yellow represents knowledge, green happiness, blue health, and white peace. Here, it is important to state that no person’s aura is composed of a single colour. Since every individual manifests a combination of emotions, consequently, their aura will also be manifested as a mix of various colours.

The various disorders and ailments that afflict us also affect our aura. If we can take care of our physical, mental, and emotional health, then our aura will also be corrected automatically. Conversely, correcting our aura can also help us address our disorders. But this is easier said than done and more often than not, people turn to medication to treat their ailments, leading to a state of dependency on medicines for life. This is where Preksha Meditation turns to Leshya Dhyaan.

Leshya Dhyaan or Colour Meditation in Preksha Dhyaan is a technique to correct the aura and thereby address the related disorder. As I have mentioned in a previous blog, the golden rule of the universe is that whatever we visualise, we attract. Similarly, through the visualization of a colour, we attract its energy, generating an impact that affects our being completely. However, bear in mind that there is a particular methodology to do this and we can become the masters of our health only by mastering this methodology.

Let me explain this a little further. While our entire body reflects our aura, there are certain centres in our body, the energy centres, where they appear more intensely. In Preksha Meditation, these are known as the Chaitanya Kendras, roughly translated as the psychic centres, and these represent different characteristics of an individual’s personality. For example, the spot between the eyebrows, also known as the Darshan Kendra, is the centre of intuitive power. Similarly, the Anand Kendra, located near the heart and below the ribs, is the centre of happiness. In the same way, the Shakti Kendra, located at the bottom of the spine, is centre of power.

Now, let us understand how these Chaitanya Kendras work. In our body, the palms act as receptors and when we use a heater in the cold, we try to use our palms to warm our entire body. Similarly, in acupressure and acupuncture, different points are pressed or needled to regulate the flow of energy, which is otherwise not prone to capture even when the latest gadgets are put to use. In the same way, we can work on the Chaitanya Kendras to address our physical and mental disorders by visualization.

As I mentioned earlier, whatever we visualise, we attract. Applying this rule to Preksha, wherever we direct our, we energise it in the manner that we visualise. So, the technique to activate the Chaitanya Kendras is to carry out visualisation of a particular energy centre and keep on focusing there. This technique is known as Chaitanya Kendra Preksha or observing the energy centre deeply without attachment or aversion.

While it might appear that following this method is extremely simple, due training and guidance are required, not only for visualization but also with regard to the centres to be observed and the colours thereof. A psychological analysis of the personality to assess the dominant factors required to be worked upon, such as fear, anger, greed, etc. in turn helps in determining which particular energy centre and colour need to be worked upon. Half-baked knowledge in this context may be dangerous as this takes one at a very deep level of meditation and only a guru can guide you on to the right path.

Shri K.C. Jain was born on August 18, 1957 at Sriganganagar, Rajasthan. He had the distinction of standing 3rd in the order of merit in Higher Secondary in Rajasthan Secondary Education Board in the year 1974. In the year 1977, he secured a Gold Medal in his Commerce Graduation in University of Rajasthan.

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