These dominant colors rarely change, and they define the character of each individual. These colors range from red to violet, from active to passive. Somebody with a red aura likes to live a very active life and is usually extrovert. He is always full of energy, likes to move and talk a lot, and expresses himself often. He gets angry quickly, but forgives quickly, too.

People with red auras are passionate and love adventure. They are natural born leaders, competitors, and athletes. They live and die for success, but sometimes lack focus and dedication to reach it. On the negative side, they can be aggressive, materialistic and impatient.

Somebody else with an orange aura is less of an extrovert and looks inside more often. He is also active, though and seeks to express his creativity. He thinks more, but he moves less. He has many ideas, often innovative and creative. At the same time, he stays realistic and practical in his approach.

He likes to be his own boss and doesn’t accept orders easily. His emotional life is extremely important for him. He cares for his family and his friends and likes to make decisions based on gut feelings. On the negative side, he can be swept away by his emotions and is susceptible for mood swings. He can also be lazy, egoistic and sometimes even narcissistic.

Yellow is the color of the mind. People with dominant yellow auras are clever, logical and analytic. They are also optimistic, enthusiastic and entertaining. They like company but they like to be in the center of attention. They enjoy endless talks and chit-chat where they tell often exaggerated stories. This enables them to lie easily when they have to.

They share their passion for self-expression with orange aura individuals. They equally value freedom and individuality. As they are living too much in their heads, they can become very egoistic. A big ego means a vulnerable ego, so they are often shy. When criticized, they become hurt very easily, but they are prone to criticizing others. They want to be noticed and acknowledged.

The next dominant color is green, the symbol of balance. Nature is green because it is in balance. People with this aura color are equally balanced, and they love to be in nature themselves. Love itself is very important for them, they are living from their hearts. They care for others and they know unconditional love. They are empathetic with everyone they meet and others can count on them.

They are natural born healers, and often become doctors, nurses or experts in alternative medicine. However, they can become too rigid and stubborn. It is hard for them to say no, and to give up or change their habits.

People with blue auras are almost at the top of the higher end of the spectrum, thus they are quite introvert. They are the manifestations of calmness, so others like to be around them when they are stressed. They are also positive, honest, reliable and faithful. It is no surprise that the auras of pregnant women turn blue.

They proudly march under the flag of justice, and they are usually non-judgmental. However, they may turn too cold and distance themselves from their emotions. They like to be alone and turn away from society again and again. This is how they can penetrate deep into things, and submerge themselves in a given topic. People with blue auras often become artists with vivid fantasy and creative imagination.

The next color is violet, but it is not the last one. Violet is the symbol of intuition and it can be connected to the third eye. People whose auras are dominantly of this color have a strong connection with the higher worlds and they are often very spiritual. They are not only empathetic but often telepathic, as well. They base their judgments on their intuition and they follow the guidance of a higher order.

They value honesty, justice and unconditional love above all. They feel a deep inner urge to help and inspire others for the greater good. They cannot say no to people, and others may abuse this quality. They get hurt easily even if they were not directly offended. They are inclined to feel sorry for the whole world, and especially for themselves. They often confuse their inclination for transcendence with the feeling of superiority.

Sometimes orange auras turn into golden between the age of 35 and 45. This brings forth creative force, godly love, unlimited possibilities and monumental undertakings. These individuals are blessed with talent, success, charisma, diligence and patience. Golden aura is the sign of dynamic spiritual energy that can be observed often around spiritual teachers.

They serve humanity as a whole instead of individual persons. They are curious for everything and prefer first-hand experience to theoretical knowledge. Thus, they are prone to put themselves in danger and get bored with things quite quickly. On the negative side, they can be too harsh on themselves, and they can go from one extreme to the other. Besides, it is a rare color, so people with golden auras often feel lonely and can be judged antisocial.

Another rare aura color is crystal. In crystal healing, the ordinary quartz is known to be very flexible and fluid. It can be programmed to do anything and can take up any quality. People with crystal auras are very similar, they are emotional chameleons. They almost immediately take up the character of the person they are interacting with. Thus, everybody likes their company, because they feel that they are on the same wavelength.

However, this equality is only temporary, because their characters change with the wind. As their personalities are so volatile, they often feel lost, confused, or about to perish. They are fragile not only psychologically, but often physically, as well. However, they possess high healing and intuitive abilities, and many of them become healers or clairvoyants.

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