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Chakras Auras Healing Energy of the Body

Rosalyn L. Bruyere

edited by Jeanne Fanens

1. Chakras. 2. Aura. 3. Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagyric.

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 1989, 1991, 1994
 by Rosalyn L. Bruyere

Acknowledgments
There are many whose talents, efforts, and generosity
have contributed to the creation of this
book. From its inception to its completion, I
have been fortunate to be assisted by the kind and dedicated
support of those many who gave so graciously and lovingly.
I am grateful to Dr. Valerie Hunt for her inspiration, for
providing me with the first opportunity to have my personal
experience of the chakras tested and corroborated scientifically,
and for her kind permission to include results of that research in
the text and Appendix of this volume; Lyle Brady for his critical
evaluation and valuable suggestions; and Terry Oleson for his
support. I wish to thank Gloria Orenstein and Karen Segal for
their astute observations and critiques and for sharing their scholarship
with me; Orville McKinley, M.D. for contributing his
knowledge of Navaho ceremony and teachings; Maria Bauer Hall
for sharing her convictions and the insights of work that has
spanned nearly half a century; Grace Fogg at ARE, Michael King
at the Theosophical Publishing House, and Rebecca Lang at the
Liverpool Museum for their kind and prompt assistance; and
Jaime Dunaway for his critical eye and enthusiastic encouragement.

I also gratefully acknowledge Charlotte Kaiser for her drawings,
and Debbie West and Paulette Kelly for their willingness
to do whatever was needed to prepare this manuscript for publication.
I am grateful to my researchers, Stephanie Roth, Shelby
Hammit, and Jeanne Farrens, for their long hours and excellent
abilities; to Kristen McCall, who cheerfully and tirelessly transcribed
over three thousand pages of lecture material; and to Ken
Weintrub for generously assisting me to hear my words as others
will when they read this book. I wish to further express my
gratitude to Robert E. Williams for his time and beautiful photographic
contributions; my deep appreciation to Susan Rothschild,
who can work miracles with light and a camera; and
grateful acknowledgment to Karen Haskin for her generosity, her
remarkable talent, and her exquisite illustrations. I am profoundly
grateful to Margie M. Smith for her computer drawings,
for her technical assistance, and, most especially, for having traveled
the path before me and for possessing the expertise to have
brought this book to publication.
I extend heartfelt appreciation to my editorial staff, Maria
Bartolotta, Susan Brown, and Jeanne Farrens for their dedication,
talents, and generosity, and sincerest gratitude to them for their
continued support, affection, and friendship. I would like especially
to acknowledge Jeanne Farrens, for her love of both language
and healing; her encouragement and commitment, more
than that of any other, assisted me in completing this work.
Finally, to those who lovingly supported me throughout this project,
and to all who patiently waited for this book, thank you.

The Ancient and Modern Mystery
In my twenty years as a healer and teacher, the one
question I can count on every new student to ask
is "What's a aura?" From antiquity there has been
a myriad of literary and pictorial descriptions of the aura. Sometimes
it has been depicted as a luminous radiation surrounding
the body. Frequently, it has been pictured as a kind of light around
the head—which some religious traditions call a halo. Most of
us are familiar with paintings of haloed Christian saints. In earlier
Chinese and Japanese art, a single and sometimes a triple halo
surrounds the head of images of the bodhisattva or Buddha. In
ancient Egyptian culture, the aura was often depicted as wings
enfolding the body. In Native American tradition, the radiant
aura of the buffalo has given rise to the legend of the white buffalo.
When Matthew (17:2) describes the transfiguration of Christ, he
says that Jesus's face "did shine as the sun," and "his raiment
was white as the light." Luke (9:29) adds that Jesus's raiment
was "glistering." This is a Biblical description of Christ's aura,
which the Apostles Peter, James, and John were able to see when
they were taken by their Master to a mountain just prior to his
crucifixion.
People who are able to see auras have often reported seeing
a kind of luminous radiation surrounding an individual, usually
consisting of one or sometimes several colors. We now know that
the aura, or auric field, relates to the electromagnetic field, which
emanates from all matter. This field of energy, which usually
extends five or six inches around the body, is outside the range
of normal vision and in what is sometimes termed the realm of
psychic sight. But even those who can't see the aura can still
have an experience of it. The aura is what keeps us from bumping
our shopping carts into one another in the supermarket. It's what
allows us to sense another's presence in a darkened room, and
it's what makes someone turn to look at us across a crowded
room.
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Table of Contents
I Wheels of Light
One: The Ancient and Modern Mystery 17
The "Mysteries" of the Chakras 28
Two: Wheels of Power 33
Legend of the Rainbow Warrior 33
Wheels of Power 39
Chakras and Their Traditional Components 40
Wheels of Light 40
Secondary Chakras 41
The Seven Chakra Bodies 44
The Body as a Microcosm 47
Animal and Elemental Nature of the Chakras
Religious Perspectives of the Chakras 56
Historical Perspectives 57
History of Chakras in the West: Theosophists'
Theory 57
The Two Worlds of the Chakras 58
Three: What Is an Aura$ 59
Auric Field: Field of Life 59
Vibration, Color, and Harmonics of the Aura 61
Energy: The Basic Component of the Body 65
Identical Nature of the Chakras 67
Location of the Chakras 68
The Flow of Energy Up the Chakras 69
Direction of Spin of the Chakras 73
Changing Frequencies: Interaction Between Chakras
Relationships Between the Chakras 77
Intake and Output 77
Color Opposites, Color Therapy, and Empowering
with Opposites 79
The Male, Female, Androgyny, and Exogeny in the
Chakras 82
Sustaining a Balanced Energy Field 84
Maintaining Constancy 84
Avoiding Chakra Displacement 85
Alignmen t Exercis e 88
Four: The Chakras and Healing 91
Scanning the Body and Transmitting or Channeling
Energy 91
Exercise: Feeling Energy 96
Resistance to Being Healed 99
Karma and Healing 100
Definition of Health 100
Meditation on the Chakras 101
II The• •F•i•rs•t• •C hakra
Five: Being Alive 107
The First Chakra: Our Life Force 107
Kundalini Energy: Keeping Us Alive 108
Traditional Aspects of the First Chakra 108
Astrological Sign, Physical Element, and
Gemstone 108
The Bee, the Dragon, the Horse, and the
Serpent 111
Snake Mythology: The Goddess Religion and the
Power of the Undulate 118
Ida and Pengali: Dual Male and Female Aspects of
the First Chakra 128
Initiation and the First Chakra 133
Kundalini Initiation and the Siddhi Powers 133
Greece: Initiation in the Tholoi 136
Egypt: Initiation in the Pyramids 138
The Eleusinian Mystery 139
Modern Initiation 141
Six: Kundalini: Seat of the Physical Body 143
The Root Chakra 143
Breath, Prana, and Mind 144
Kundalini and the Nervous System 145
The Kundalini Awakening 147
Breathing and Exercises for the Kundalini 151
Kundalini and the Mysteries 153
Kundalini Energy: Working on Two Channels
Simultaneously 154
Kundalini, Nervous Breakdowns, and Meditation 155
First Chakra Energy in the American Culture 156
Suppression of the Life Force 156
Addictions and the First Chakra 157
Release of Suppressed Energies and Fixations 158
Limitations of Too Little Kundalini 159
Seven: Fire Power 161
Power and the Kundalini 161
Dual Qualities of the First Chakra: Powers of Spirit and
Matter, Life and Death 163
Kundalini Power in the Ancient and Modern World:
Charisma and Humility 164
Yin and Yang Principle: Withholding and Reclaiming
Power 165
Using Power Appropriately 167
The Need for Power in Service 169
Kundalini and Prosperity 169
Eight: Sexuality, Kundalini, and Karma 171
Sexuality: Exchange 171
Orgasm: Empowerment and Mergence 172
Orgasm: A Trance State 174
Sexuality and the Spiritual: Mergence with Deity 175
Sexuality and Service 176
The Kundalini Center and Karma 178
Nine: Science and the Chakras 179
The Rolf Study 179
Red on the Oscilloscope 182
Red in Rolfing and Healing 183
The DC Shift 184
Traumas and DC Shifts: Access to the Subconscious 187
Ten: Disease and Dysfunction 189
Sickle-Cell Anemia and Cancer: A Question of
Power 189
The Cancer Cell 193 ,
Cancer Treatment 194
Arthritis, Colitis, and Alzheimer's Disease 197
Inflammatory Disease: Anger, Fear, and Pain 199
Hypertension and Heart Disease 201
Genetic Disease 203
Bacterial and Viral Infections, Broken Bones, and Scar
Tissue: Healing with Red Frequency 204
Treating Overdoses 205
Gynecological Problems and the Effects of the
Hysterectomy 205
Opportunistic Viruses and Infections: Treating Sexually
Transmitted Diseases 207
Listening to the Kundalini 216
Appendix I: The Rolf Study 219
Appendix II: The Essence of Hopi Prophecy 234
Appendix III: Electromagnetic Radiation and Its
Spectrum 241
Appendix IV: Electricity and Magnetism 249
Glossary 253
Notes 262
Photograph and Illustration Credits 274
Index 278

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Wheels of Light reflects the views and personal
experience of the author. This book is not intended
as a guide to independent self-healing or diagnosis.
No medical claim is made as to the effect or
outcome of the exercises described in this volume.

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