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On the aura colors, what are their definishion and what do they mean?


  1. if you have a blue aura you are a positive person – green, you are thoughtful – if you have a black aura, you are dead.

  2. Aura Colors and Meaning?
    This has been my experience and the result of studies:
    All clear colors of the aura (energy field that surrounds us like a big egg) are pretty good, except for Red, it seems. Red is a beautiful fashion and nature color, yet, Red in the aura would mean that the Root Chakra (flower-like energy field) is overwhelming the other 6 main Chakras.
    All murky or dark aura colors are not so favorable and indicate that either character, intentions or health could be improved. The aura colors can change with the thoughts and feelings of a person, yet a tendency to display certain colors is often established by the personality.
    Clear colors:
    Red in the aura – anger (I see Red!)
    Orange – happiness, warmth
    Yellow – spiritual and philosophical
    Lemon – cleansing, intellectual, capable
    Green – healing, balancing
    Turquoise – gentle nature
    Light Blue – too gentle and too easy going, often being taken advantage of
    Blue – truthful personality, motivator for others
    Indigo – intelligent, may be a genius, gentle but powerful
    Violet – leader, powerful, may be interested in bigger projects
    Purple – spiritual personality, “Thy will be done.”
    Magenta – courageous
    Scarlet – sweet and adventurous
    White – leadership, spiritual
    Black – bad intent or severe disease.
    We have to be careful though not to judge a person by the aura color alone.
    I was in the presence of an MD/Shaman, who had a bright and clear aura, which suddenly changed to a dark aura. What happened? He had tuned in to a man’s energy I was asking about: that man did not have good intentions. The Shaman briefly took on that persons energy! After his investigations, the Shaman’s aura changed back to light and bright.
    Anyone can learn to see the aura, often in minutes.
    Thanks for your question!
    Cordially, India.Magica

  3. Sorry it kinda got long, but I hope this helps 🙂
    Red- Strength, anger, tenacity, passion, sensuality, vitality, raw energy & willpower. Dark red may symbolize one who has a quick temper and is nervous or impulsive. All red relates to nervous tendencies. Its presence, in abundance, within the aura reflects a person who is more objective, earthy, mundane, and personal in nature. In a positive state, red indicates the presence of an energizing and vitalizing force which tends to drive the individual in his or her earthly affairs. It also denotes the higher aspect of love and sexuality. In its negative state, red signifies anger (expressed or repressed), an over-zealous drive to succeed, and unbalanced energies of love-sexuality
    Orange- Warmth, maternal feelings, thoughtfulness, a very emotional person & creativity. The muddier shades may indicate pride or vanity, while golden orange denotes self-control. Orange is a blend of red and yellow. It is the true color of the sun. Its presence within the aura signifies creativity, preservation, and regeneration. An abundance of radiant orange indicates a person who could be an excellent magnetic healer. The positive shades indicate thoughtfulness, consideration, and a constructive use of creative consciousness. Negative shades indicate laziness, repression, aggressive sexuality and destructive consciousness.
    Yellow- Mental activity, wisdom, personality power, happiness, good cheer, optimism. A golden yellow means that the person takes care of him/herself or a highly advanced individual with psychic abilities – an adept. Darker yellows may represent shyness. Yellow is the color of the intellect. How it blends with other colors, especially red and orange, indicates how one’s intellectual prowess is used: either in a positive and constructive manner; or in a negative and destructive manner. Where yellow is seen coming from above, it indicates a more inspired mental consciousness. When it is seen flooding the lower half of the aura, it indicates more mundane and analytical thought. When yellow is murky in color, blended with brown, gray, or black, it indicates a person who uses the power of mind for evil intents; i.e., black magic. When blended with murky green, it indicates resentment and jealousy.
    Yellow is a rather significant color, because it lies midway within the personality (please note, not the complete) color spectrum of red-orange-yellow-green-blue. A person’s mind-consciousness is, in many ways, his or her identity stamp. Yellow can be tinged by red, to make orange; thus, the person uses his or her mental faculties for more earthly and mundane affairs. Yellow can also be tinged with blue, to make green, indicating a person who uses his or her mental faculties in a more subjectively inspired manner.
    Green- Sympathy, empathy, spirituality, love, affinity with nature, a natural healer, and calm. May signify that the person is a healer or very good at the healing arts and is very reliable. Dark shades of green can indicate one who is jealous or has many uncertainties. Green is midway within the color spectrum; therefore, it is the color of balance and harmony. It is also the color of the soul, reflecting the fact that the soul is the liaison between the spirit and the earthly/bodily personality. Because green is midway in the color spectrum, it can very easily be “influenced” by higher and lower aspects of the person. When green is “dragged down” within the aura and appears murky, it indicates a person who is rather jealous of what others have, possessive, selfish, cunning, and manipulative. “Green with envy” is a truism, based on the aura. A very murky green indicates chronic depression. When illumined from above, it denotes a person who seeks to expand his or her own, as well as the general, sense of individuality; one who is well balanced, sympathetic, and compassionate.
    Blue- Quiet, highly spiritual, religious, natural teacher, healer and calm. Any shade of blue in the aura is good to have. Deep blue in an aura shows one who has found his/her work and or destiny in life. Blue may also represent a tendency to be moody and depressed. Blue is the color of spiritual power, higher mental and psychic faculties, and the subjective mind. It is difficult to assess blue, because most people find all shades of this color to be rather beautiful. However, there are negative aspects to blue which indicate self-imposing struggle, a sense of martyrdom, and melancholy. For the most part, although not always, the presence of blue within the aura is a positive statement. Its lack within the aura says as much as its presence. This is generally true of the higher colors of blue, indigo, violet, and white.
    Indigo – Indigo is blue with a small amount of clear red. The red in indigo intensifies the blue and gives it greater power. Indigo indicates a rather high degree of selfless spirituality. Its presence within the aura denotes a person who is earnestly seeking spiritual truth, for positive and selfless ends. Its absence within the aura speaks as loudly as does its presence.
    Violet- One who is seeking something in life. Signifies psychic, clairvoyance, religious, teacher and healer. Dark shades may indicate that the person has obstacles to overcome and is feeling misunderstood. Commonly a color of great sexual frustration. Violet is blue, mixed with the higher vibrations of rose pink (indicative of love). Violet denotes an even higher aspect of spirituality and selfless love. The aura of a master is said to be violet, turning to lavender (because of the influx of white). In essential nature, violet borders on the cosmic. Its presence appears only when the individual has made serious commitment to some spiritual and/or humanitarian cause AND is guided by higher consciousness in that commitment. Violet and indigo are colors of the soul’s body (also known as the causal body) and require many lifetimes of selfless study and service in order to appear within the aura.
    To digress, an interesting note to violet is this: people love to project violet light or thought rays to others. Violet is a powerful color, which should never be projected to an individual in excess. Why? Because it can awaken higher centers of consciousness and energy, before the individual is spiritually prepared for such centers to be awakened. This can have an adverse effect by causing depression and severe melancholy. Use violet with care, moderation, and patient understanding.
    Black- Protection. May reflect a person who’s hiding something. It may indicate mental imbalances as well. Just as cold is merely the absence of heat and, therefore, not a real force unto itself; black is the absence of all color and, therefore, indicates the absence of life and the shadow caused by turning away from God and blocking the light. When it is found within the aura, as a shadow, it indicates a blockage of some kind. When it is found as genuine black, it indicates the presence of some degree of evil. Evil seeks to block the active presence of good. Please be very careful in your interpretation of this color.
    Brown- This could reflect a person who is very “earthy” or that a person is establishing new roots, or even one who is very centered with themselves and their surroundings. Brown generally mixes with and influences the shading of other colors. Its presence reflects some negative condition. It is generally seen mixing with and tingeing red, orange, yellow, green, and, on occasion, blue. It never shades the colors of indigo, violet, or white.
    Pink- Love and deep friendship. It represents compassion, and possibly a love of beauty. Darker or muddier shades of pink may point to immaturity.
    White- Usually this is one of the first colors you will see in an aura. However, when it is the stronger color of the aura, it reflects purity and truth. White is the perfect color; for it is all color, in perfect balance and harmony. It is the color of the awakened Spirit; the light of perfection; the light of the Christ and Buddhic consciousness. It is also the Divine Light. White never originates and emanates from within the human aura; it is always received, through the top of the head, into the aura, where it clarifies, purifies, and glorifies all the colors, created within that aura, and makes them appear as a glistening rainbow of light and energy.

  4. That depends on your interpretation of the color. For instance, most people see black when they see a sick person but I usually see a toxic looking greenish yellow. People can usually agree on what a person’s aura is telling them, but even then they don’t always agree on the color.

  5. Here are more and less than others.
    Red ¦¦¦ Independence, attainment 1
    Orange ¦¦¦ Tact, diplomacy 2
    Yellow ¦¦¦ Self expression, creativity 3
    Green ¦¦¦ System and order 4
    Blue ¦¦¦ Variety, freedom 5
    Indigo ¦¦¦ Responsibility, family 6
    Violet ¦¦¦ Wisdom, spirituality 7
    Rose ¦¦¦ Money, materialism 8
    Bronze ¦¦¦ Humanitarianism 9
    Silver ¦¦¦ Illumination 11
    Gold ¦¦¦ Master Builder 22
    The color the meaning and its number
    There are still disagreements amongst the many.


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