Boundaries: Whose Body Is This?

A common problem I see with people who come to me for psychic healing is with their boundaries—specifically, the lack of them. I don’t just mean not being able to say no when interacting with others, although that is a symptom of this issue. I mean their energy field literally does not have what I call the auric boundary—a membrane that defines the edge of a personal energy field.

white-flowersA healthy human aura naturally has a well-defined edge. This is how our energy is enclosed, and separated from the energy of others. It allows us to tell the difference between our energy and that of others. If this is damaged or leaky, people share energy and pain of others, usually without knowing it. This can make life very difficult.

Yes, you might say that we are all connected anyway, so what is the big deal? Why not everyone share each other’s energy, since we are all one? It is true that we are all connected, but those connections are best kept at the higher levels of the soul. People have so much baggage at the lower levels that if you share their energy, you also share their problems and pain. This does not help anyone! In fact, it increases suffering.

Each of us is only responsible for healing our own issues. This is not possible if we are sharing everyone else’s. So it is best for all of us, until we become a culture of ascended beings, to keep our energy separated at the human level. Strong auric boundaries are essential for this.

What causes the boundary to be compromised? I have found that it usually stems from trauma, especially emotional, physical or sexual abuse . . . and especially when this happens as a child. When the personal boundaries of a child are transgressed, it leaves scars that often manifest as a weak or damaged boundary. And this becomes their normal way of being, until they deliberately heal the breach.

I see the boundary of the aura as a thin membrane. It moves with the aura in a flexible way, defining it as the aura changes size from moment to moment, depending on how we feel. When we feel sick or tired, the aura shrinks and so does the boundary. When we are feeling good, it expands.

If holes or other damage are present, or if the lower half is missing (which is common), it can be energetically healed. You can do this using your imagination. Imagine that you are filling it in, using energy. Visualize it or feel it becoming a whole oval encasing your energy again. This is its natural state, so you are only helping it go back to normal.

At first, you may correct it only to perceive it go right back to the way it was in a few minutes. But if you continue, it will hold longer and longer. After you do this daily for a few weeks, you will notice that it takes less effort to fill it in. When it holds most of the time, you will notice how much better this feels.

Re-establishing your boundary will help you in your daily life by giving you more ability to differentiate your thoughts and feelings from all the mental-emotional energy around you. You will reconnect with your true nature, your sense of self. Who you are, at a deep level, becomes stronger as you separate your energy from others. Knowing yourself is essential to personal growth.

It also helps you claim your body and space as your own. When your energy is contained, you will be more present and not allow others to project into or share your body. This is so important for health and happiness!

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