Wed, 22 Mar 2000

Aura colors reveal more of you

JAKARTA (JP): According to Fisslinger's book Aura Mastery, there are 12 aura color types: from deep red to white.

DEEP-RED people are: physically strong, hardworking, active, powerful, realistic, physically active, vital, grounded, strong and full of stamina.

RED people are: exciting, energetic, physical, competitive, leaders, winner, achievers, courageous, sexual, entrepreneurs and promoters. Boris Becker and Madonna have this aura color.

ORANGE people are: positive, action oriented, exciting, productive, physical, adventurous and business-like.

YELLOW-BROWN are: analytical, intellectual, detail oriented, logical, structured, scientific, honest, perfectionists and precise in thought and action.

YELLOW people are: playful, sunny, creative, fun, light, full of movement, entertaining, optimistic, warm, charming, generous and easy-going.

GREEN people are: social, content, teachers, communicative, share with others, social and perfect hosts or hostess. Usually, we find this type of aura working in the service industry.

DEEP-GREEN people are: quick minded, goal-oriented, material, communicative, responsible, organized, driving forces and ambitious planners.

BLUE people are: caring, sensitive, loving, helpful, loyal, helpful, compassionate, peaceful, desirous to be of service and of help to others, nurturing.

INDIGO people are: calm, full of love, seekers, introverted, authentic, artistic.

VIOLET people are: intuitive, artistic, idealistic, magical, sensual, theorists, futuristic, visionaries, charismatic, non- conformists and inventive.

LAVENDER people are: imaginative, mystical, daydreamers, artistic, soft, creative, fragile, sensitive, unrealistic and etheric.

WHITE people are: transcendent, spiritual, healers, quiet, enlightened, sensitive, strong and spiritually connected.

What type of person are you? You can compare yourself with the above descriptions. Red and violet people usually are stable in their auras. Our emotional body will give us hints about our daily activities. Before we face health problems, our aura will give us information first. First is energy, later is matter.

-- Tom Suhalim