The Colors of our Auras
My last post was on how to see auras and energy. This post I’m going to explain about the colors of our aura, and what they mean. Along with how to see another persons aura.
Everyone has an aura it is our life force. Knowing this and being able to look at someone and see the color of their aura can help us determine what state of mind they are in; for instance, If someone has a muddy red color around them, usually they’re angry and are going to fly off the handle if confronted. Blue usually is a peaceful color, connection to one’s higherself. Below are instructions on how to see Auras.
How to see another person’s Aura
The best way to be able to see someone’s aura is to look directly above the top of someone’s head and look beyond, sort of like daydreaming. Try to unfocused your eyes, as if you’re not looking at anything at all. You will start to see an energy outline around the person. This is their aura. When you’re first starting out trying to see another persons aura, it is best to have a very soft illuminated background with no shadows. A blue sky or a white wall works best.
How to see your own Aura
Stand in front of a good size mirror, make sure the background behind you is plain white or a light color and there are no shadows. Then follow the same instructions on how to see another person’s aura.
PRACTICE, the techniques above for at least ten to fifteen minutes a day, and before long, you will be able to see aura’s around anyone at will.
Below is a small chart of the basic aura colors and their meanings.
Red – Powerful, energetic, competitive, sexual, passionate
Deep Red – Grounded, realistic, active, strong will power, survival-oriented.
Muddy red – Anger, anxiety or nervousness; danger stay away
Pink – Loving, tender, sensitive, sensual, affection, romantic relationship.
Dark Pink – Immaturity and or dishonest nature
Orange – Confidence or creative abilities.
Orange-yellow – Creative, intelligent, detail oriented, perfectionist, scientific.
Light yellow – Emerging psychic and spiritual awareness, optimism and hopefulness.
Bright yellow – Struggling to maintain power and control in a personal or business relationship, fear of losing control, prestige, respect, or power.
Gold/shiny and bright – Spiritual energy activated and awakened. Connected to one’s higher-self.
Dark brownish yellow – A student, or one who is studying trying to make up for lost time by learning everything all at once.
Green – Represents growth and balance
Bright emerald green – A healer, someone who enjoys helping people
Dark forest green – Jealousy, resentment, feeling like a victim of the world. Blaming self or others, insecurity and low self-esteem, lack of understanding personal responsibility.
Soft Blue – Peacefulness, clarity, truthful, intuitive, connected to one’s higher-self.
Bright royal blue – Clairvoyant, highly spiritual nature.
Dark or muddy blue – Fear of the future, fear of self expression, fear of facing or speaking the truth.
Violet – Psychic power of atonement with self, intuitive, visionary, futuristic ideas, artistic.
Lavender – Imagination, visionary, daydreamer
Silver – Abundance, both spiritual and physical, and or awakening to one’s higher-self
Gray – Health problems
Black – Draws or pulls energy of others into themselves. Causes chaos, anger, resentment.
White – Purity and truth, angelic qualities. Usually seen around newborns.
These are just some of the colors you can see in auras. If you want to learn more about the colors of Auras, I suggest the book The Awakened Aura: Experiencing the Evolution of Your Energy Body. You can find the book on the second page of the recommended books below.
Until next time, stay safe, think positive, and share the wonders of connecting to your higher-self.