Ev­ery­one should aim to­wards hav­ing a healthy aura, says healer

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her part­ner Berto Voigt, said a healthy aura “will at­tract hap­pi­ness, joy, en­thu­si­asm, ro­bust phys­i­cal health, bal­anced emo­tions and clear, un­clut­tered thoughts”.

Grow­ing up in KwaZu­luNatal, Bezuiden­hout said a trau­matic event in her life led her down the path to where she finds her­self to­day as an aura healer, fa­cil­i­ta­tor and teacher.

“When I was in my early 30s after ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a trau­matic event in Dur­ban and a year of PTSD I re­alised that I had to make changes in my life and start my own jour­ney of heal­ing.

“I started with med­i­ta­tion classes and re­alised that I could sense and see sub­tle en­er­gies and auras and had been able to do so since child­hood.

“I then started learn­ing about en­ergy heal­ing and met my part­ner, Berto, a full-time aura healer and teacher who de­vel­oped the So­lar Aura Heal­ing modal­ity.

“To­gether, we stud­ied through the Univer­sity of Me­ta­physics in Se­dona and have Bach­e­lors of Me­ta­phys­i­cal Science.”

Vis­it­ing her fa­cil­ity, she said peo­ple will leave feel­ing re­laxed and at ease.

“In my ex­pe­ri­ence, when we start pay­ing at­ten­tion to aura heal­ing, med­i­ta­tion, mind­ful­ness, yoga and detox­ing – it’s like wak­ing up to a dif­fer­ent way of think­ing and living life.

“A weak or com­pro­mised aura makes one sus­cep­ti­ble to lower en­er­gies and is weak­ened by drugs, al­co­hol, cig­a­rettes and un­healthy eat­ing, as well as neg­a­tive emo­tions and neg­a­tive thought pat­terns.”

For more info, e-mail tama­raessence@gmail.com or visit www.au­raessence.co.za

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