• Kathryn Hulland

A introduction to auras and the colour meanings

Are there times when you feel uncomfortable in crowded places? Are there moments when you feel as if your space is being invaded and that certain people can only come so close to you? This is a reaction that can be triggered by your aura and it's possible that someone else's aura is intruding upon yours. The human aura is a strong electro-magnetic field and we give off electrical energy and absorb magnetic ones. You can feel this energy force in a room full of people, where varying energies, positive and negative, are being interchanged. The aura is an extension of our energies, be it strong or weak, fair or otherwise, light and bright or dull and dense. It is a band of energy that surrounds us, a life energy that can be sensed around every living thing, plants, trees, animals, birds and people. There are seven layers of aura, but the most accessible to the human perception are the first three layers surrounding the human body. Auras can be seen with the eyes wide open or it can also be seen psychically with the eyes closed.

Within my healing practices I will work with someone's aura as sometimes they can be depleted or very "out there" and needing to be pulled back in.

Aura Colour Meanings

Colours are an important aspect of aura reading. Below is a description of the meanings of what different colours hold. When reading auras be sure to always trust your intuition and first thought. Black: This is a confusing colour. There is nothing wrong with black in one's aura. Black generally means one is shielding oneself from outside energies. This can also mean being unbalanced; one is hiding something or keeping secrets. A black ring usually indicates some form of abuse, adults who have not dealt with early abuse can carry this black ring until they are healed. Blue: This comes in different shades. Gifted people have shades of blue in their aura. Intuitive people will show pale blue colouration within the purple bursting out like rays of sunshine, emanating from the heart outwards. A deeper blue can indicate loneliness. A very deep blue shows devotion, honesty and good judgment whereas muddier shades of blue indicates a domineering person or a tendency towards depression. Brown: This colour can indicate growth in a person. Seen around the head and with other colours emanating in combination, it indicates a person who is developing mentally, intuitively and organising within. Brown by itself can indicate lack of energy, or one who has become “stagnant”. Gold: Indicates lots of spiritual energy, in tune with oneself. Muddy gold means one has not really come to terms with one's higher levels. I often see gold in people who are connected to Ancient Egyptian energies. Yellow: Usually seen around a thinker, an analytical person. Could indicate a “balanced” person. Intelligent people show this colour around their heads. Green: Sympathetic to others, dependable and has healing abilities. Muddier shade could indicate jealousy- like “green with envy”. Grey: Can indicate intuition and creativity. Silvery grey shows femininity while darker grey can mean secretiveness or physical imbalance. Orange: Bright orange means one is growing emotionally and paranormally. A dull shade means a person is unsure how to accept this growth. Muddy orange shows in a person with too much pride. Pink: The colour of love, and honesty. It also depicts the quieter side of an artistic and creative person. Dark pink may indicate immaturity or changes with one's love life. Dull pink, however, watch out; someone may be lying. Purple: The colour of intuition, a deeper purple hue shows a strong- willed and passionate person. It can also reflect intense erotic imagination and being over-bearing. Red: A color of love or hate, strong emotions and a lot of energy. An intense red color, however, may indicate a person ready to fly off the handle.

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