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Down with flu? Fix your aura

Falling sick has more to do with your aura than just virus, bacteria and the ongoing flu, says professional life coach and qualified Chartered Accountant Mona Sheth.

Published: 22nd July 2017 08:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd July 2017 08:46 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: Falling sick has more to do with your aura than just virus, bacteria and the ongoing flu, says professional life coach and qualified Chartered Accountant Mona Sheth.

The 43-year-old will be hosting a workshop in Bengaluru to teach about the power that ones aura possesses. “Sometimes when our aura is congested or we have cracks or holes in our space, we feel a sense of drain in our energy and tend to fall sick,” she says.

This workshop, the Bengalurean says, will help people heal and strengthen one’s aura thereby helping them be more positive, energetic and healthy.

“The workshop  helps in understanding the magnetic field around us, the meaning of different colours in the field. You will learn how to see it,  identify different blockages, cracks, holes and energies of other people in your space,” she says.

At the workshop, she will explain the chakras, the meaning of aura, identify patches or holes in the auric field and what they mean, lead participants into a guided group hypnosis for chakra healing, aura cleansing and create a protective shield with energy around them.

Mona will also give lessons on how one can heal ones energies and techniques to protect one’s aura.

“I help people work on the hurdles that restrict self expression,” she says. These obstructions are generally their fears or emotional blocks, she adds.

Mona is the founder of Neu Realm where she helps people fix their aura. Mona has worked in the corporate sector for over 15 years and later took to studying clinical hypnotherapy, NLP, pranic healing, theta healing and chakra healing.

“I am also a trained HYL facilitator by Hay House,” says the life coach.

Aura Exploration Workshop will be held at Dialogues cafe in Koramangala today,  1pm.



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