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International Aura Awareness Day
November 22, 2003

by Cynthia Sue Larson

BERKELEY, November 3, 2003. While every one of us has one, few people give much thought to their energy body. Also known as the aura, these shining bodies of light have been recognized for millenia to exist in all living things. Since dark or damaged auras are early warning indicators of every kind of physical, emotional, and psychological problem, it is clear that you can improve your health by taking one day each year to examine your aura.

Auras are not just bright and colorful -- they are also our assurance of good physical, emotional, and psychological health. Recent medical studies have shown that distant healing plays a significant role in people's health, even when they have a life-threatening disease like AIDS, or are undergoing medical treatment for heart disease. Clearly, humans are able to influence each others' health long-distance through prayer.

Raising awareness through public education that auras can easily be viewed and felt, are intimately tied to our health and well-being, and can be photographed is a vital step towards improving global health, well-being, and peace.

November 22, 2003 will mark the second annual International Aura Awareness Day. Held on the fourth Saturday of November, it is the only "aura" day on the calendar.

How do you plan to celebrate?
Get some ideas at:

Aura Advantage

-- Cynthia Sue Larson

author of Aura Advantage: How the Colors in Your Aura Can Help You Attain What You Desire & Attract Success

Celebrate International Aura Day
on November 22, 2003

When you shine, you light up the world!

Cynthia Sue Larson
P.O. Box 7393
Berkeley, CA 94707-7393


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