We all emit energy, an aura. Science calls it an electromagnetic or energy field. The aura has been scientifically detected through Kirlian photography and other electronic equipment. Even if some can’t see this energy, we’ve all felt it – we’ve felt instantly comfortable or drawn to someone but uncomfortable around someone else. We’re sensing their energy.
The aura appears as a glowing light that radiates off the body, similar to a light radiating from a light bulb. Some auras are a soft, gentle light. Other people radiate a strong and vibrant light.
Most people have approximately six feet of many different colored bands or layers of light in their aura. The one or two bands of color that are closest to the body are the person’s “life colors”. These colors typically do not change through a person’s lifetime. The life colors reveal information about the person’s personality, their life purpose, the type of life partner that is best and most compatible, the careers that will be most fulfilling, their strengths and weaknesses concerning money, health, family, and much more.
The outer bands in the aura change all the time – depending on what is happening in the person’s life at that time. For example, if someone is angry, red shows up in the outer bands of the aura. Once the anger dissolves, the red in the aura also disappears. If someone is having fun on vacation, yellow often shows up in the outer bands.
Here are brief descriptions of the different aura colors:
The Physical Colors – these people process life predominantly through their physical bodies, through touch.
Red – physically passionate, sensual, strong-willed, hot-tempered (Lady Gaga, Madonna, Russell Crowe, Sean Penn)
Orange – physical daredevils, thrill-seekers, extreme athletes (Evil Knievel, Jackie Chan, Shaun White)
Magenta – eccentric, outrageous, creative, loves shocking people (Andy Warhol, the character of Kramer on “Seinfeld”)
Yellow – fun-loving, humorous, youthful – creatives, healers, or athletes (Ellen DeGeneres, Brad Pitt)
The Mental Colors – these people process life predominantly through logic and intellect.
Tan – logical, practical, works with details & technology, values stability and security (Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford)
Green – quick mind, Type-A workaholic, goal-oriented, business-minded, (Bill Gates, Barbara Walters, David Letterman, Mark Zuckerberg)
The Emotional Colors – these people process life predominantly through their intuition and feelings.
Blue – emotional, highly spiritual, supportive – teachers, counselors, nurses & helpers (Jennifer Aniston, Goldie Hawn)
Violet – visionary, leader, passionate about helping the masses (Oprah, George Clooney, Spielberg, George Lucas)
Lavender – daydreamers, sensitive, imaginative, creative, fantasy-oriented (Lewis Carroll, CS Lewis)
Crystal – healer, quiet, spiritual, sensitive, easily overwhelmed (no celebrities known)
Indigo – psychic, androgynous, spiritual (Michael Jackson)
You can discover your own aura colors at www.Auracolors.com
Why is it important to know your aura colors?
Many people are in careers, relationships, or lifestyles that don’t fulfill them. They have been told not to be who they really are, that they need to fit in with society or meet their parents’ expectations, so they suppress their true nature.
Understanding your true colors can set you free to live your most fulfilling and authentic life. It can validate what you’ve always felt about yourself and allow you to be who you really are. You can finally go for your most fulfilling career, accept and live your natural relationship priorities & styles, use your best skills to create money and abundance, avoid potential health issues by taking the specific steps your aura color needs to stay healthy, and much more. You can live your true colors and become authentically happy.
You can also discover how to live your greatest assets and strengths natural to your aura colors. Each color personality has specific actions they need to take to stay emotionally and physically balanced. What works for one color doesn’t often work for another color.
For example, it’s vital for Yellows to exercise, connect with nature, keep a sense of humor, and watch out for addictions. Violets, on the other hand, benefit the most from meditation, travel, and taking on big projects that benefit the planet. Greens benefit from setting goals, writing lists, organizing, creating a plan, and taking action. The fun-loving and spontaneous Yellows usually rebel against everything a Green values.
This knowledge can also help you get along with others. Once you understand the needs, styles and priorities of your aura colors and the aura colors of others around you – you can allow everyone to be who they are instead of thinking they should think, act or be more like you. You can learn to support and respect each other’s unique language, needs & priorities.
Also, since most people have two life colors, it’s also helpful to understand how your own two colors may have incompatible goals and desires, they can struggle against each other. This is often the reason behind self-sabotage. You can learn how to help both of your personal aura colors work together so both sides of you are happy and fulfilled.
For example, Blues strongly desire love and commitment. Yellows fear commitment and growing up. So a Blue/Yellow personality often chooses people who are unavailable for a committed relationship, which frustrates the loving and sincere Blue/Yellow. There are ways to overcome this inner conflict by understanding the strengths and positive qualities of each color and activating those qualities.
Learning about your colors can help you live a happier, more fulfilling life. And learning about the other aura color personalities can help you create more compatible, harmonious, and fulfilling relationships – even within yourself.
Can people learn to see auras?
People often learn to see the aura through different methods. A willingness to see them and then trusting what you see, sense or feel are the most important keys.
Those with Physical Life Colors often sense the aura first through their physical bodies. Some are able to feel the energy from a person’s aura through their hands.
People with Mental Life Colors frequently learn to identify a person’s Life Color by comparing the language and behavior with what that they have learned about each Life Color. For example, they will conclude that someone who is an exercise fanatic, who has a childlike, playful sense of humor and who doesn’t like to work probably has a Yellow Life Color.
Many with Emotional Life Colors intuitively or psychically sense a person’s Life Color before they physically see it. (The visionary Violets are often the first to actually see auras and other energies.)
The aura in history
Throughout the ages, artists have depicted the aura as a halo or glowing light that appears around the heads of highly evolved spiritual masters and saints. Apparently, the auras around these beings were so vibrant and powerful that others could easily see, feel, or sense them.