You are made of energy that gives off a glow. That glow is your aura and your aura color is a reflection of your personality. By understanding your aura, you can strengthen relationships, make better career & life decisions, and improve your health & well being.

Your Aura has two parts: Main Aura and the Etheric Aura.

The Main Aura is banded around the body. Imagine a person with thick, colored hoops of light draped over him/her and you get the idea. These subtle bodies of color emanate from a person’s psychic center, or main chakra. Each chakra is a power plant generating energy of a different type and color. The strength, activity and color tone of each chakra depends on the person’s character, personality, emotional state and lifestyle. A person’s dominant chakra generates the main aura color.

Close to the skin is the Etheric Aura. It is a pale, narrow band that outlines the body and is usually no more than half an inch wide. It looks like milky smoke clinging to the body. The Etheric Aura is most closely aligned with physical attributes—the health and wellness of the body. The Etheric Aura shimmers and becomes lighter or darker depending upon life circumstances affecting the body. The life colors help to determine your core personality traits, your primary purpose and priorities in life. The Etheric color usually does not change during your life.

The color of the Etheric Aura starts as a luminescent white to gray band of color that gradually blends into a color that represents the true nature of the individual or the core personality. The operating colors that develop around the Etheric band of color can be multilevel and change with an action, thought, emotion, or physical feeling. These operating bands tend to brighten or diminish with strong emotional experiences. The hues of the operating auras also reveal the strength or weakness of an individual’s will. Your aura color can shift or change due to a major life change or crisis, such as a near-death experience, or extraordinary psychological or physical trauma. It is important to take stock of your life or seek the guidance of a psychic or aura reader to gain balance after a traumatic emotional or physical experience.

The aura colors are created by the vibration and interaction of matter and light emanating from the human body and these colors reflect our personality—mentally, emotionally, spiritually and socially. The twelve Etheric life colors are divided into five groups: Physical color personalities, Action color personalities, Analytical color personalities, Emotional color personalities, and Spiritual color personalities. Within these groups there are also color combinations with slight variations. If you are a color combination, it is important to study the two colors that make up your aura so that you have a great understanding of the colors that influence you.

Physical Color Group RED– Mentally, a Red represents the mental activities that are concerned with physical life; a Red is practical, down-to-earth, works very hard, and must know how everything works. Emotionally, a Red is forthright and honest, has huge expectations and standards, hates defeat, and is very passionate, which sometimes can lead to anger and aggression. Socially, a Red loves and needs people, is very direct, can sometimes get out of control, and prefers a one-to-one relationship as opposed to big groups.
ORANGE – Mentally, an Orange is also challenged to perform physically. As Orange plans physical activities in him/her minds and is always striving for new physical challenges. Emotionally, an Orange is excited about life, so him/her lives on the edge, often faces danger, physical dares, or engages in thrilling events. Socially, an Orange is a loner and usually, physically well-built. He/she enjoyz being with others of the same physical stature.



Action Color Group YELLOW – Mentally, a Yellow is extremely intelligent, creative, and learns by doing. Emotionally, a Yellow is lovable, eager to please, affectionate and loyal. Socially, a Yellow is friendly, full of fun, loves to be around people, and enjoys outdoor activities.
MAGENTA – Mentally, a Magenta hates detail that clutters the mind. A Magenta is bright, strong willed, and determined to accomplish big things in life. Emotionally, Magenta is restless and susceptible to high and low mood swings. He/she dislikes routine or mundane activities. Socially, Magenta is full of fun, likes to engage in outrageous activity, loves to entertain, laugh a lot, and bucks rigid social customs.



Analytical Color Group GREEN – Mentally, a Green is intelligent, quick-witted, rational & logical, and very productive when tackling a giant “to-do” list. Emotionally, a Green is a creative problem solver, although sometimes compulsive and controlling. A Green’s feelings range from tolerance & compassion to insincerity. Socially, a Green is uncomfortable in group settings and prefers to be an observer. A Green chooses friends carefully and create bonds for life.
MENTAL/PHYSICAL TAN – Mentally, a Mental/Physical Tan thinks logically and sequentially and can both see and show others the path to solutions. Emotionally, a Mental/Physical Tan avoids attaching to anyone and must see something to believe it. A Mental/Psysical Tan may end relationships often and abruptly because he/she is weak at communication. Socially, a Mental/Physical Tan is short with people, likes to discuss science or math, and engages in deep thought. A Mental/Psychic Tan struggles with small talk and social banter, but enjoys individual sports like hunting and fishing and individual activities like woodworking or crossword puzzles.
LOVING/NURTURING TAN– Mentally, a Loving/Nurturing Tan likes to mediate and negotiate; a Loving/Nurturing Tan likes to weigh all the options and build consensus. Emotionally, a Loving/Nurturing Tan needs to take care of everyone around him/her, loves unconditionally, and is not easily upset. However, a Loving/Nurturing Tan has a tendency to hang on for too long and and not let go of bad relationships. Socially, a Loving/Nurturing Tan likes to have lots of friends and lots of family surrounding him/her. A Loving/Nurturing Tan likes to entertain and be entertained, and functions well in small or large groups.


Spiritual Color Group: CRYSTAL – Mentally, a Crystal is bright, quick and mentally agile. A Crystal spends a great deal of time researching and thinking about what he/she believes in, and also meditating and praying. Emotionally, a Crystal is able to camouflage hus/her true personality because a Crystal takes on the characteristics, mannerisms and behaviors of the people around him/her. A Crystal uses his/her intuition and emotional instincts to heal or please others. Socially, a Crystal is shy and withdrawn, but under the right circumstances can act as a healing leader. Crystals are basically loners, and if they have a family, need time away to renew their minds, body and spirit.
VIOLET – Mentally, Violets are extremely intelligent, critical thinkers who can both theorize and generalize, and are very creative and inventive. They can visualize the big picture and all the components. Emotionally, a Violet is deeply passionate, but outwardly, they can appear aloof and conservative. Violets are intuitive world visionaries, but often too shy to share their real feelings or beliefs. Socially, a Violet wants to engage in conversation on a meaningful level. They want to see social change in the world and enjoy intense one on one relationships.


Emotional Color Group: BLUE – Mentally, a Blue is intelligent, intuitive, loves to review facts and figures, and remembers everything. Emotionally, a Blue is overly sensitive and expressive. Blues can cry, scream, or laugh interchangeably at a moment’s notice, and want to constantly share their feelings with loved ones. Socially, a Blue loves people, is generous and wants to have a large family.
LAVENDER – Mentally, a Lavender is an abstract thinker and has difficulty focusing. A Lavender communicates best in an artistic manner—through art or writing. Lavenders tend to be dreamers and have difficulty finishing what they start. Emotionally, Lavenders want to love everyone and everything on the planet. They especially like animals and tend to only see the good qualities in everyone and everything. Socially, Lavenders have multiple relationships because they are always looking for the next person to love; they surround themselves with animals and often prefer to be closer to animals than humans.
INDIGO – Mentally, an Indigo is beyond bright and highly inquisitive. Indigos learn everything with great ease and ask thoughtful questions that demand insightful, sincere responses. Emotionally, an Indigo is mature beyond his/her chronological years and demonstrates a vivid imagination. Indigos like to cooperate with others, but cannot be coerced into believing or following anyone if it means sacrificing their values. They are not overly demonstrative or affectionate. Socially, an Indigo follows his/her own set of rules. An Indigo lovess truth and integrity, and will not compromise his/her high morals. Therefore, Indigos usually find themselves alone or with one special person who is very much like them.