Healing the Aura
The Aura is the electromagnetic field that radiates out from the human body. This field is occupied by electromagnetic forces, energetic presences and radiations and a whole series of electrical results caused by the workings of the body, the mind, behaviors, and everything that a person processes, feels, thinks and does. It reflects on the outside (in the form of energies that appear as rarified colors) what is happening on the inside – providing an exact picture of a person's state of health, vitality, well-being, or disease, depression or addicted state.
The Aura is the unseen theatre of all that goes on in a person's life. It is the "cloak of many colors," in which is found the halo and the radiant living fires of higher human process.
All that happens physically has an unseen, energetic source.
Think of a baby - it comes from somewhere unseen, and then appears here. Think of a thought or emotion (energy) inside a person that then results in an action (physical). Can you remember being in love? What an energy! You have a spring in your step, your eyes light up, your heart races even thinking of them. This is all to say that all things, good and not so good, start small and unseen. Even addiction and disease (physical, mental or emotional) start with unseen energies like feeling alone and disconnected. The healing treatment breaks that state by replacing it with something so much higher - a state of connection in which addiction cannot exist.
A good analogy of the way an addiction appears in the aura is to think of the way a virus invades a human body. You may not feel the virus enter, but soon it replicates until it takes over many cells, and the symptoms can overwhelm you. Usually the immune system can handle it and soon the body recovers. Addiction is like a situation when the body can't overcome the virus on its own and needs external, more powerful help to push the virus out. In this analogy, once the virus of addiction is gone, the person has a clean slate and becomes apathetic towards cigarettes or the addictive substance.