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Aura Readings are meant to look at a person’s spiritual energy system, as demonstrated through the seven layers of one’s aura. Along with colors, the reader doing aura readings sees memory pictures, symbolic images, spiritual beings and energy belonging to others such as family and friends. The readings help identify and release blocks. They also help get in touch with one’ own energy, to help the individual know the truth and make the best possible choices.
The reader who does aura readings looks for what is the person’s energy, and what is not is energy! In every layer of one’ aura, the reader identifies different colors that represent energies from close quarters. The readings help release all those energies which are completely unwarranted and uncalled for. Clairvoyant Readings are meant to help find a fresh perspective to things and give a new direction to life. The readings help reset goals and redevelop psychic strategies. They help infuse a new zeal into life, giving it a new approach altogether. They help rebuild confidence which may have devastated through setbacks in life.
Clairvoyant Readings are categorically meant to bring about radical changes into one’s life. They may not be of any help in building massive wealth, but are definitely the final resort to amass spiritual wealth which ultimately is the real source of pleasure.
Aura readings help the reader sense who you really are. The reader gets to find out where you come from, and what path you wish to choose to grow as a spirit. They help look into pat experiences that have affected you. They help get insights into steps you may wish to take in the future.
At times the readings help make sense of what is happening around you, at times they may seem to be thoroughly meaningless and a waste of time. Some of the best aura related look-ins include healing, empowering and supporting in seeking answers.
Clairvoyant Studies help seek spirituality. They help understand reasons behind pain, suffering, frustration etc. and the ill-effects they have on one’s metabolism, cardiovascular and pulmonary health.
The studies help know that both setbacks and successes are a part of the game everyone play in life, and by no means should be taken seriously. Rather, they should be observed with a sense of supreme detachment.
There is one common thing that goes with both forms of readings, however different they actually might be in nature. They teach that wealth is not the real source of happiness. When the earnings increase, the greed too increases along with it. Negative feelings grow within the system, and one always remains dissatisfied with what one has in the present.
Another virtue that both propagate is that the present is meant to be enjoyed to the fullest. It is no use fretting about the past for it cannot be undone or overturned and no use pondering too much about the future for it remains unseen. The day being thought about may never dawn on you. The ultimate service however, remains the one done for your fellow men.
Google Ready to Add 'Google Play' to Navigation Bar
- By Mark Hachman
- March 26, 2012 06:39pm EST
"Play" has begun showing up on the black index bar that Google suspends over Google.com, Gmail, and its other sites within its network. The "Play" button (without its triangular logo) appeared on my Google pages Monday afternoon, as the picture indicates.
Google rebranded the Android Market as Google Play earlier this month, attempting to make it a one-stop shop for apps, e-books, music, and videos. The rebranding won't be consistent on a worldwide basis, however. For example, in Canada and the U.K., Google said it will offer movies, books and Android apps; in Australia, books and apps; and in Japan, movies and apps. Everywhere else, Google Play will be the new home for just Android apps, the company said.
Additional evidence that Google Play will soon become a featured part of the Google experience can be found on the main Google.com page. There, Google has affixed the subheading "Google Play: the entertainment you love, anywhere you go" under the main search box. A link connects users to a series of pages explaining what Play is (and with a tiny, easy-to-miss link to the main Play Web site on those explanatory pages).
CNET has also reported that Google may begin selling movies via Play. If true, putting that capability in front of Chrome users would attract even more potential customers; according to StatCounter Feb. 2012 data, 27.24 of the Web's pageviews are viewed via Chrome, with just 1.93 percent via Android.
The addition of Play also gives Google's black bar more of an entertainment focus, as both "Documents" and "Calendar" have been banished into the "More" category, which houses older or lower-priority services, such as Blogger, Google Finance, Google Videos and even Google Wallet.
Web site designers typically roll out live versions of "test pages", sometimes in different formats, known as "A/B" testing. The idea is to allow "live" audiences to test and interact with the new format, to gauge the response before actually pushing the new design live to the Web at large.
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