Have you ever guessed what a friend was thinking before they said the words? Or, immediately bristled with a bad vibe from someone, but couldn’t quite explain why? You’re (probably) not a mind reader—but you are an aura reader! Everywhere we go, we perceive other people’s energy on the auric field.
To put it simply, an aura is a vibrant ray of color composed of energy that flows around living things. Stemming from the Greek word for “breeze,” our auras indicate our moods, emotions, and overall vibe.
Let’s break it down -
Auras are thought of as the unseen field of energy surrounding a person's physical body. They're affected by our mood and emotional state (and sometimes the states of others), and different colors are associated with different qualities and emotions.
Someone's aura is usually a combination of colors, with one being more dominant than the others. And while your aura can constantly shift and change, many people will have one color that consistently shows up.
Here's a quick overview of each aura color and what they mean -
This shows a well-balanced personality, calm and open to possibilities. Those with white auras may have a tendency to take on the energy of others. White is the rarest of all aura colors.
Grey auras can denote a skeptical outlook, or a person prone to seeing the glass half empty. Opening themselves up to new possibilities is hard and will take effort, but necessary and rewarding.
A brown aura often indicates a time of selfishness and insecurity. Seeing a brown aura indicates you're in need of cleansing, or that you need to give more to others instead of taking.
A black aura can show a dark energy, brought on by selfish and unkind behavior. This aura's appearance may indicate that the person needs to let go of baggage that is inhibiting them from radiating positivity in their lives.
Passions run high with those who have a red aura, as they live by their desires and emotions. Creative to the core, red auras are always manifesting new goals and inspiring themselves through artistic outlets. Red auras can also indicate a moment of pivotal creative changes.
A pink aura denotes someone who gives their heart freely to others without demanding much in return. If you have a pink aura, make sure your giving energy is reciprocated by those you care about.
Creativity is key for those who have an orange aura. Their artistry brings peace to them, but only if they can focus on one thing at a time. The minds can be overactive, which means they need to hone in their ideas in order to make them a reality.
Those with yellow auras are high energy and exude optimism. It’s helpful for yellow auras to live in the present without stressing about the future.
Green auras mark a grounded, hard-working person who is a nature lover. They are the builders of the auric color spectrum, which means that they welcome growth. The downside is that they may be prone to jealousy or competition.
Those with blue auras are emotionally sensitive and are self-expressive. They may be shy in letting their innermost feelings be known, which means you should listen when they do speak.
Those with teal auras are empathic and sensitive. At times they can be uneasy of change and nervous to embrace new situations, which may close them off to experiences.
An indigo aura denotes a wise person with an old soul. At times, they escape into their own secret world to protect their energy, minds, and hearts from others.
Where do you begin and another ends? The urge to merge with another is deep with a violet aura, as they are constantly seeking connection on a deep level. Spiritual awareness, emotional awareness, and psychic sentiments are marks of a violet aura.
Want to learn more? Stay tuned for Part 2 of our aura blog, let’s find out what it means where is aura colour appears …then our final part 3…learn how to read your aura and other peoples!