The aura that surrounds all living things is made up of seven different layers that correspond to the seven chakras. Each layer of an aura is also represented by a different color. When we are in a state of relaxed awareness, with a softened gaze we can allow the colors to come to us.
What Are Aura Colors?
Auras come in all colors and shades of color. These colors reflect the condition of a person’s chakras and can reveal information about their mood, thoughts, feelings, and dreams. Aura colors can also reveal the physical condition of their health.
For example, the green aura meaning pertains to the heart and lungs and represents growth, change, and balance. People with green in their aura tend to be more connected to nature and have a love for people, animals, and all living livings.
While it’s rare to have an aura consisting of just a single color, auras do typically have at least one predominant color. Also, since auras change over time, different colors can come and go.
What Do Aura Colors Mean?
When reading aura colors to determine their meaning, it’s important to remember that the colors can vary. In addition, the colors can be light or dark shades, vivid or dim. Colors that are clear and bright are said to be positive, while colors that are cloudy and dull are negative. You must always take into account the shade of the color in order to be precise.
Using our example from above, a green aura that leans more toward an emerald green shade depicts a loving person — a healer, while a muddy, dark green shade indicates jealousy, resentment, and insecurity.
Learning to see auras is relatively easy, but learning how to read and interpret aura colors and their meanings can be more complex. However, once you are able to read and understand your aura’s colors, you will have a greater understanding of yourself and of your emotional, physical, spiritual, and mental well-being.