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Aura-Soma Sourcebook: Color Therapy for the Soul (New)
by Booth, Mike
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Company
Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket
Book ID: 9781594770777, 1594770778
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Aura-Soma is an innovative approach to soul therapy that relies on bottles of dual-colored liquids, known as Equilibrium bottles, that incorporate plant extracts, essential oils, and the energies and extracts of precious and semiprecious stones. The energetic properties found in the liquids interact with the individual's aura to help support balance in the body, mind, and spirit.
In The Aura-Soma Sourcebook authors Mike Booth and Carol McKnight detail the origins, holistic understanding, and consciousness-mirroring effects of each of the 104 equilibrium combinations. The practice of Aura-Soma is initially based on a person's selection of four Equilibrium bottles. The choice of bottles and the sequence in which they are chosen provide keys to understanding past difficulties and mirror the need and potential for growth in one's consciousness. The book includes full-color spreads that juxtapose the colors of the bottle with dramatic photographs that depict the energetic essence of each bottle and that evoke the healing energy of the natural environment. The authors also explain where to apply the essences, which chakra in the subtle anatomy will be affected, and what areas of personal growth can be addressed.
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