What color is you aura?

The aura is an electronic field that surrounds every creature that exists.  A form of energy emanating from your body, your aura can tell a lot about you, from you personality to your innermost emotions and conflicts.  

– quote Elaine Brunson –

Image credit Elaine Brunsen.  Click here to check your aura.

Image credit Elaine Brunson.

I had fun checking out my aura which turns out to be RED.

The verdict on RED by Elaine Brunson.

A red is one high in energy, which shows that you may have some unresolved anger or fear.  However, it also shows that you have a lot of strength and passion, which helps you resolve any conflicts.  This passion can be in relation to romance as well, as red signifies that love is an important factor in your life.

I find this prediction 90% true.  While I do not have any unresolved anger, I may have a fear that I need to overcome.

Let’s play.  Click here to check your aura and share your thoughts on your results.

Summer Lovin’

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It’s summer all year round at Tanjung Aru Beach, Sabah, located at the northern tip of the island of Borneo. The Tanjung Aru beach is also home to Shangri-la’s Tanjung Aru Resort, the Kinabalu Golf Club and the Kinabalu Yacht … Continue reading

A Word A Week Photograph Challenge – Traditional – HAKA

Haka is a traditional ancestral Moari war dance.  It is a posture dance performed by a group with vigorous movements, an expression of the passion, vigour and identity of the race. Actions include violent foot-stamping, tongue protrusions and rhythmic body slapping to accompany a loud chant.

Haka is not merely a past time of the Maori but was also a custom of high social importance in the welcoming and entertainment of visitors.  The New Zealand rugby team’s practice of performing a haka before their matches has made the dance more widely known around the world.  The All Blacks perform the haka with precision and intensity which underpin the All Black approach.

 

The word this week is TRADITIONAL as posted by Sue Llewellyn of ‘A Word in your Ear’.

 

Proudly introducing the Haka, a true New Zealand tradition.

The New Zealand national rugby union team ritualistically precede games with the ka mata haka, a traditional Maori dance. Image credit : Theatre Room Asia

The New Zealand national rugby union team ritualistically precede games with the ka mata haka, a traditional Maori dance.
Image credit : Theatre Room Asia

The All Blacks perform the Haka during the International match between Ireland and New Zealand All Blacks at the Aviva Stadium on November 24, 2013 in Dublin, Ireland. (November 23, 2013 - Source: David Rogers/Getty Images Europe)

The All Blacks perform the Haka during the International match between Ireland and New Zealand All Blacks at the Aviva Stadium on November 24, 2013 in Dublin, Ireland.
(November 23, 2013 – Source: David Rogers/Getty Images Europe)

 

 

Ruins or Relic

Ruins or Relic

Again better late than never.  This topic appeared last Friday on The Daily Post, Weekly photo challenge : Relic. Relic to me means something of the past, something that may be in ruins but still very much treasured.  Something that … Continue reading

8 Awesome Benefits of Sleeping Naked

I have always known the benefits of sleeping naked from an article I read years ago.

Tonight, I am reminded of this benefit by Chrissy Stockton.

Clothes get in the way of skin on skin contact, which is rude, and prevents you from reaping the benefits of Oxytocin including elevated happiness, lower stress, reduced…

JUNE 25, 2014
8 Awesome Benefits Of Sleeping Naked
Article credit Chrissy Stockton

1. Ease. There’s however many less clothes you need to wash each week because you just aren’t using them. You don’t have to buy pajamas.

2. It encourages you not to be a schlub. When you wear pajamas, pajama time can creep up earlier and earlier. Some people get into the terrible habit of changing into them as soon as they get home from work! And then you are a person who wears pajama pants and won’t leave the house because you’ve already taken off your work clothes. Sleeping in the nude means you can’t get ready for bed until you’re actually going to bed — and forces you to keep your nice clothes on until then.

3. Self-esteem. Spending time naked makes you feel comfortable with your body. When you are comfortable with your body, you act more confidently which makes you happy and is viewed as attractive by others.

4. You have a stronger relationship with your partner. There is NO replacement for skin on skin contact — it delivers the good stuff, Oxytocin, and bonds you together. Clothes get in the way of skin on skin contact, which is rude, and prevents you from reaping the benefits of Oxytocin including elevated happiness, lower stress, reduced blood pressure, and less inflammation.

5. You’ll have sex more often. There’s nothing between you and your partner and that idea (along with the added visual experience) leads to more sex.

6. You get better sleep. There’s no uncomfortable drawstring to wake you up in the night, and without the extra padding of clothing, you’re a little less warm than you’d be otherwise, this is good for falling and staying asleep — ever try to fall asleep while you’re sweaty? There are countless benefits to getting good, quality sleep and if you’re already in bed for those hours, you may as well be doing everything you can to ensure you’re sound asleep.

7. Better skin. This is the only time your skin gets to breathe. I’ve heard several people with body acne tell me that sleeping naked has helped a lot. It can also help your private parts air out, since more than any other body part they are generally in a restricted, hot environment.

8. It causes you to age slower. This one might be out there, but by wearing clothes at night you keep your body temp warmer, which prevents growth hormone from being released and working its magic to repair your skin. Being cold at night encourages this, leading to less wrinkles.

 

Time to strip, it’s bedtime.  Goodnight, folks.

 

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