Octopus Power Totem Animal

There is always a veil of mystery and secret around these unusual animals inhabiting depths of seas and oceans, it may therefore imply things happening under the surface – in your emotions and/or subconscious.

Octopus Power Totem Animal,Having an octopus as your spirit animal guide,The totem symbol of the octopusThe octopus spirit animal guide is also known to be symbolic of a keen spiritual psyche and inspires others to channel theirs.

As the octopus dwells close to the sea floor, you too must remain grounded. The message being that – living in an environment where everything is in motion around you just like the waters in an ocean; you should not allow yourself to get carried away (ungrounded). You may need to spend time meditating or have solid down time so that you can rid yourself of any negative energy that you may have picked up during the day. The octopus power totem animal makes you keep your cool and remain fully aware of the circumstances surrounding you.

Octopus is an intelligent and flexible animal, with many naturally impressive characteristics. Perhaps one of the most remarkable is its ability to change the colour of its skin, this can happen instantly and is thought to reflect the Octopus’s mood and emotions. The totem symbol of the octopus therefore asks you to use your knowledge as camouflage to do the same disappearing act.

The totem symbol of the octopus can also imply fitting in, blending in, or adjusting yourself to a new situation. This colour changing ability is also a defence mechanism allowing it to avoid conflict. When this fails, and the octopus is seen, it reacts quickly and ejects a cloud of black ink which confuses its enemies. The ultimate message of the power animal octopus is that it is not time to attack your enemies head-on, but rather, to use deceptive tactics.

It is a magical sea creature often feared, admired, and unseen. This master of disguise and sea legend has a message for us about how we live our lives and the mysteries it holds.

Octopuses are referred to in many coastal beliefs and have a great significance to those who spend most of their lives traveling across unpredictable waters.

The octopus has eight tentacles (arms or legs), beginning at the centre of its body, the octopus spirit animal guide brings the message of some hidden, strong and manipulative force you are not aware of.

It often symbolizes some organization that ‘pulls the strings’ and rule over people’s lives. It is interpreted as a negative concept of hidden power.

Octopus as a totem animal can represent:
• Flexibility
• Willpower
• Focus on goals
• Magic and mystery
• Shapeshifting
• Highly developed vision
• Deep emotions
• Connection between mental and emotional faculties
• Slyness, or other means other than brute force
• Unpredictability of attack
• Regeneration and evolution

Some of the spiritual traits associated with the octopus power totem animal are focus, intellect, talent, and complexity.

Having an octopus as your spirit animal guide gives you the in-built ability to protect and defend yourself in the face of all difficulties.

Octopus’s do not have spines, which means they are flexible and can get themselves out of very tight spots. Octopus as a totem animal can therefore represent flexibility teaching you to be flexible enough to get out of tricky situations, and to move away smoothly without disturbing others.

Octopus’s can deliberately detach a part of their body when under attack from a predator, leaving that part behind as a distraction allowing it to escape. This part is regenerated to make the body a whole again. The totem of the octopus therefore reminds you that any emotional parts of your life which you discard can actually help you change your mental outlook. It also reminds you to use your intelligence and reasoning abilities to find out the best possible solution to all kinds of problems.

Furthermore this serves as a reminder to cut excess baggage loose. Maybe there is a person in your life that brings you down, but you are too kind or too nervous to send them off.

This also applies to situations and tasks, too, if something is worrying you and not helping you achieve your goals, you must have the strength and will power to let it go. This can be a scary process, especially if you are releasing something that has previously been fundamental to your life.

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The Power Animal Antelope

Antelopes are herd animals. They have highly developed senses and can quickly anticipate any perceived danger. They are watchful and discerning, always ready to move in an instant.

Your antelope power totem,The Power Animal Antelope,power animal,power totem Antelope,antelope spirit animal,antelope as your power animalThe message to you is to make up your mind, stop procrastinating and act! Make your decisions wisely using your instincts rather than your intellect and to follow your gut feelings. This power animal also shows you how to adapt to the most difficult of situations.

People with this totem are normally quick-witted and intelligent. They know how to stay centred and in the moment.

The power animal antelope would imply that you like to be social and will enjoy communicating with others.

The message to be taken is that this is not the time to rest on your laurels waiting for life to happen. But is a time to take action!

Your antelope power totem asks you to take the steps that bring you closer to the outcomes / goals and desires that you have. Remember you have free will to decide and that whatever choices you make are yours to make. Even not making a decisive decision is still making a choice.
This power animal also reminds you that this is not a time for finger pointing or rehashing that which has past.

The power totem Antelope teaches you to observe with care your surroundings and take care of yourself first and foremost.

There might be something amiss and you need to pay attention to it. The message to you from Antelope is to stay aware and observe things carefully, be sure of your facts and be sure of your own feelings.
The antelope spirit animal reminds you to be gentle with yourself and others. The antelope is a graceful and gentle creature and reminds you that you must live your life in peace. Thus the antelope spirit animal echo’s the qualities brought forth when living from the heart. For example, the traditional symbol used for the heart chakra is the deer (sometimes also represented as an antelope) this is an animal energy, love and harmony.

Remember though that being gentle does not mean being defenceless. With antelope as your power animal, know that you can be strongly determined and gentle at the same time.

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The ant as your power totem animal

Team Work Oneness and Patience
The ant as your power totem animal,power totem animalAnts are very industrious. There are ants that are solitary but most are part of a large community. Within the community there is a wide variety of activities and behaviours, with each ant knowing its place and fulfilling its duties with total loyalty to the whole.
Your message is to consider that all good things come with time, and effort. Work with diligence, with determination, and work with others co-operation and team work will help to create your dreams and turn them into reality.
The ant symbolism represents community and how you need to work with others and establish camaraderie to have a peaceful coexistence. The ant meaning is all about discipline, planning, order, teamwork, and self-sacrifice.
An ant is able to carry a leaf, a crumb or a dead ant for miles – just to get back home to the anthill, requiring a load of stamina and patience. Despite its tiny size the ant is immensely strong, therefore your ant power totem animal is reminding you that you have strength of will and can overcome many obstacles.
Alternatively it may be time to consider your own role, concentrate on your specialties and make sure you are making the most of your natural gifts. However, remain aware that nothing can be accomplished without the unity of the whole. Think about how your own contributions in your career, your family, and day to day life fit into the larger picture. No matter how small your task, or your contribution, it is still essential.
If the ant has come as your animal power totem messenger maybe this is because you are hardworking, good at team work, working to help the community, or that you are patient and take the time needed to achieve your goals.
An ant animal power totem messenger teaches you to have patience in all you do. Those who have the ant may find that many of their life lessons will involve the mastery of patience in some way.
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What awareness can Tarot provide me?

The Tarot contains of 78 cards 22 major arcana cards and 56 minor arcana cards…

What awareness can Tarot provide meThe 22 major arcana cards are very powerful and hold the most weight
The 56 minor arcana cards are divided into four suits:

So what awareness can tarot provide me in relation to a reading and how it will be interpreted…

A reading containing Wands:

Wands represent the element fire – they typically denote the spring months. Wands represent the “fire of the soul”, the “divine spark”, primal energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creativity, ambition, action, eagerness, impulsiveness. Wands will typically represent winning life’s battles, overcoming obstacles and moving ahead. They mirror what is important to you at the core of your being. They address what makes us tick.

A reading containing Swords:

Swords represent the element air – they typically denote the winter months. Swords are often referred to as the “sorrow” or “loss” cards. Swords represent our intellect, the cold sharpness of reason, the acceptance of truth, action, change, force, power, oppression, ambition, courage and conflict. They represent how action can be positive and/or negative. Swords represent struggle and animosity. In the tarot, swords depict people embattled or overloaded, seeking to overcome difficulties or enemies.

A reading containing Pentacles:

Pentacles represent the element earth – they typically denote the autumn months. Pentacles represent the material aspects of life including work, business, trade, property, money and other material possessions. They are commonly called the “money” cards. Pentacles deal with the physical aspect of our lives therefore relate to outer situations of your health, finances, work, and creativity. They have to do with what we make of our outer surroundings – how we create it, shape it, transform it and grow it.

A reading containing Cups

Cups represent the element water – they typically denote the summer months. Cups represent love, happiness, and emotional relationships. Cups are about displays of emotion and the expression of feelings. Cups indicate thinking with your heart rather than your head, and reflect your impulsive responses to situations. Cups are also linked to creativity, romanticism, fantasy and imagination. Predominantly cups in a reading suggest seeking solutions to what are primarily emotional conflicts, love matters and emotions.

What awareness can tarot provide me using the Zodiac:

A reading containing Wands in the zodiac could represent as a person – Aries, Leo and Sagittarius
A reading containing Swords in the zodiac could represent as a person – Libra, Aquarius and Gemini
A reading containing Pentacles in the zodiac could represent as a person – Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo
A reading containing Cups in the zodiac could represent as a person – Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces

In the Tarot time:

The Emperor Aries
The Hierophant Taurus
The Lovers Gemini
The Chariot Cancer
Strength Leo
The Hermit Virgo
Justice Libra
Death Scorpio
Temperance Sagittarius
The Devil Capricorn
The Star Aquarius
The Moon Pisces

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How to consider the elemental dignity of the four tarot suits

The first basic rule when we want a broad view of tarot time is to determine which season events are taking place so typically
Pentacles = Autumn
Wands = Spring
Cups = Summer
Swords = Winter

Next to consider is the elemental dignity that the four tarot suits relate to, this theory was first used by Empedocles a Greek philosopher.
The elemental dignities are
Earth
Air
Water
Fire

Each of the four elements is associated with a compass point – the following directional quotes adhere to the Northern hemisphere, therefore if you are in the southern hemisphere please do the opposites…
Now to consider the elemental dignity of the four tarot suits and how they interact with each other…this require a simple set of formal rules using the four elements. Ok we already know that an excess of water cards – cups, for example, show an emotional picture and that things are generally passive. So the next stage is to start using the rules of elemental dignities. So consider the elemental dignity of the four tarot suits and how they interact using simple and easy to learn rules:
1. Fire and Air are friendly and active
2. Water and Earth are friendly and passive
3. Fire and Water are enemies; they weaken each other
4. Air and Earth are enemies; they weaken each other
5. Fire and Earth strengthen each other but are neutral
6. Water and Air strengthen each other but are neutral
So taking a broad view on how to read tarot time we can see that Earth is relating to North on the compass point. Air is relating to the East on the compass point. Fire is relating to the South on a compass point and finally Water is relating to the West on the compass point.

So what are the characteristics of earth in the tarot?

Earth is related to the suit of Pentacles or Coins.
The characteristics of earth in the tarot believe that the earth is thought to represent the absolute feminine quality, it is fertile and settled the earth is connected to the Goddess Gaia. The earth is nurturing it is fertile, it sustains and gives life, it is strong and stable. The earth our planet evolves turning all through the year, on this earth we all share we witness all aspects of life from birth through our life cycles and eventually to death, and rebirth.

So what are the characteristics of air in the tarot?

Air is related to the suit of Swords
The characteristics of air in the tarot associates with action, change, force, power, oppression, ambition, courage and conflict, typically action is both positive and/or negative. Air is the element to focus on. Air blows away your troubles, and carries positive thoughts to those who are far away.
Air deals with the intellect and thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs. The sword – air is double-edged as and symbolises the fine balance between intellect and power and how these two elements can be used for good or evil.

So what are the characteristics of fire in the tarot?

Fire is related to the suit of wands/batons
The characteristics of fire in the tarot associates with our primal energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creativity, ambition and expansion, fire can create and it can destroy, it symbolizes the fertility of the God. Fire can bring forth new growth or destroy the old and worn. Fire is associated with that at the core of your being your passions what makes you tick.
Fire implies movement, action and initiatives and the launching of new ideas.

So what are the characteristics of water in the tarot?

Water is related to the suit of cups
The characteristics of water in the tarot associates with emotion, love, feelings, creativity, fantasy, relationships and connections, water is a feminine energy and connected with the aspects of the Goddess. Water heals, cleanses and purifies. Water relates to expressions of emotion, it indicates thinking with your heart and it reflects your spontaneous responses and reactions to situations.
Hope you have enjoyed this article on a broad view on how to read tarot time – How to consider the elemental dignity of the four tarot suits…

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What is the auric energy field that surrounds me?

Every living thing has an aura; the human aura is the energy field that surrounds the physical body, this aura is also known as the subtle bodies. The human aura has layers of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual elements.

auric field,What is the auric energy field that surrounds meSo what is the auric energy field that surrounds me? The auric energy field exists in different layers there are seven auric energy fields or layers, sometimes referred to as harmonics because of the colour fields they emit.

Each auric energy field is individual yet they inter-connect perfectly with each other. The seven layers of the auric energy fields can be divided into two planes the physical and the spiritual.

An individual’s aura will show information about them, for example what happened in the past, and what sort of energy they are open to in the future. An individual’s aura can also show past physical ailments or the beginning of new ones. This is determined by looking at the number of colours, the various shades and position of these colours, the overall size of the individual’s aura and how quickly the auric colours alter these are all used to determine a wealth of information concerning the past and future possibilities.

aura,individual’s aura,auric energy fieldsAuras contain the primary colours of the rainbow these colours can change depending on the emotion an individual is experiencing. Our auras are made up of many colours and many shades of colours which alter; this shows our constant change in thoughts and emotions.

Humans are complex and dynamic, continuously changing and as such the auric energy field of an individual is also distinctive and varying.

Our auric energy fields can also change is size depending on how we feel, for example when we are happy our aura can gain in dimensions while when we are sad it may shrink in size. This is also true of the place you live, if you live in a highly populated area your aura may be tighter/smaller than a person that lives in a rural location.

The first layer of the aura is the etheric aura, it vibrates close to the physical body, the first layer of the aura holds information relating to the person’s physical health. This layer of the aura is typically various shades of blue.

The etheric aura can also be seen around trees, plants and animals it can also be detected around furniture.

The second layer of the aura is the emotional layer, this indicates emotions and feelings. The second layer of the aura will change in colour depending on how we are feeling when a person is low the colour of this layer can appear muddy. This layer also stores unsettled emotions such as fear, resentment, and loneliness. When there are problems with the second auric layer it will affect the first layer which will process this information into the physical body.

Physical tension, muscle cramps and upset stomach could be a result of the etheric (first) layer being bombarded by emotional pain residing in the second aura layer.

What is the auric energy field that surrounds me,auric energy field The third layer of the aura is the mental layer; this contains your consciousness, ideas, thoughts, beliefs and mental processes. Any mental health issues will present themselves in this layer. The third layer of the aura is typically shades of yellow. This third layer can be spread out anywhere between 3 inches to 8 inches from the physical body.

The fourth layer of the aura is the astral bridge layer of the aura. The astral layer of the aura deals with the connections and bridge that the person has to the astral planes. It deals with our sense of love, well-being and life-balance. The astral layer of the aura can spread typically about a foot from the physical body. When a person’s spiritual health is good this layer will be bright and vibrant, normally the colours will be within the rainbow spectrum of colours.

The fifth layer of the aura is the etheric template. The fifth layer of the aura the etheric aura is a blueprint of the physical world the person is habituating. Chiefly the fifth layer of the aura serves as a carbon copy of the physical body on the spiritual plane.

The sixth layer of the aura is the celestial aura. The sixth layer the celestial aura can extend anything up to two and a half feet from the physical body. The sixth layer the celestial aura is where we communicate with the spiritual realms. The sixth layer of the aura is where the physical mind comes to link with the spiritual mind through meditation and devotional practices. This layer of the aura also contains those feelings of unconditional love. The colours of the sixth layer of the aura are normally brighter and shimmering multifaceted opalescent pastel colours. The celestial layer of the aura embraces our experiences of having a connection to something greater than ourselves.

The seventh layer of the aura is the ketheric template. This is the outer layer and holds all the other layers in place it encompasses the blueprint of our spiritual path, mirroring the soul’s experiences and events through time.

The seventh layer of the aura the ketheric template vibrates at the highest frequency. The ketheric template is typically full of gold threads. The ketheric template reflects the experiences that your soul has undergone; this seventh layer of the aura is the link to the Divine and becoming one with the Universe.

The various layers of the aura can be read separately or in conjunction with each other. The colours are not physically separated by a line or space between them, they seem to fuse or change into one another.

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Our Auric field and it’s colour meanings

First of all we should cover the basics and understand what is an auric field and why do we have them?

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So what is an auric field?

Every living thing has an aura it is an energetic field that surrounds us typically oval in shape. The auric field is seen in the form of colours. Your own unique aura reflects your state of consciousness and to the intuitive eye will give an indication of your emotions, strengths, weaknesses, health and energies. Each colour vibrates at its own unique frequency and will have different meanings.

Your own unique aura emanates all around you and constantly changes depending on your surroundings, emotions, health, other people and so on..

There are 7 layers to the aura, each layer interconnects and has an effect on the other layers.

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Our Auric field and it’s colour meanings

The colours in your aura can be both positive and negative and can attract also repel. Each colour has its own meaning, which will alter depending on the shade, the intensity and even the form the colour takes. Auras contain the primary colours of the rainbow these colours can change depending on the emotion an individual is experiencing. Our auras are made up of many colours and many shades of colours which alter; this shows our constant change in thoughts and emotions.

The auric colour meanings below are meant to provide you with a basic look at the colours and how they are interpreted.

So what are the 7 layers of the auric field?

1st layer the physical layer or the etheric layer it vibrates close to the physical body. This layer of the aura is typically various shades of blue.

The etheric aura can also be seen around trees, plants and animals it can also be detected around furniture.

The 2nd layer of the aura is the emotional layer, this indicates emotions and feelings. The second layer of the aura will change in colour depending on how we are feeling when a person is low the colour of this layer can appear muddy. Physical tension, muscle cramps and upset stomach could be a result of the etheric (first) layer being bombarded by emotional pain residing in the second aura layer.

The 3rd layer of the aura is the mental layer; this contains your consciousness, ideas, thoughts, beliefs and mental processes.

The 4th layer of the aura is the astral bridge layer of the aura. The astral layer of the aura deals with the connections and bridge that the person has to the astral planes.

The 5th layer of the aura is the etheric template. The fifth layer of the aura the etheric aura is a blueprint of the physical world the person is habituating.

The 6th layer of the aura is the celestial aura. The sixth layer the celestial aura is where we communicate with the spiritual realms. The colours of the sixth layer of the aura are normally brighter and shimmering multifaceted opalescent pastel colours.

The 7TH layer of the aura is the ketheric template. This is the outer layer and holds all the other layers in place it encompasses the blueprint of our spiritual path, mirroring the soul’s experiences and events through time. The seventh layer of the aura the ketheric template vibrates at the highest frequency.

Looking into the Our Auric field and it’s colour meanings

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Blue: Is connected to the throat and thyroid, this person will typically be calm, cool, caring, loving, intuitive and sensitive. They may show strong mental powers and be logical thinking. It can indicate the ability for clairaudience and for the development of telepathy.

Light blue: Represents clarity, peace and communicating the truth, it also signifies an active imagination and good intuition.

Dark blue: Can often denote loneliness, with deeper shades showing devotion.

Royal blue: This person is probably clairvoyant and has a highly spiritual nature. It can also represent upcoming opportunities for growth. It would also in some cases imply that the person is about to find his or her chosen work.

Dark or muddy blue: Show someone that is over analytical, suspicious, probably has a fear of the future, or facing up to the truth. It can also denote a blocked perception, melancholy, forgetfulness and over sensitivity.

Blue flashes: Can indicate when a person is receiving or sending clairvoyant communication.
Lavender – Would show a dreamer, this person may have a great imagination, be a visionary.

Indigo – This colour relates to the third eye this person may be inspired and display a spiritual and devotional nature, this person will almost certainly be sensitive and be a lover of nature.

Violet: Relates to the crown, pineal gland and nervous system, it is considered the most sensitive and wisest colour. This person is almost certainly intuitive and will have psychic powers.

The purple shades: Show an ability to handle situations with practicality and knowledge.
The paler shades: Reflect humility and spirituality.

The red-purple shades: Can indicate great passion and strength of will. Or they could be denoting that the person needs to put in more passion and effort.

Darker or muddier shades: Show that the person is seeking to overcome something, it can also be a sign of an intensely erotic mind. This person may be overbearing, need sympathy or feel misunderstood.

Turquoise: Relates to the immune system. This person makes a good therapist or healer, is sensitive and compassionate and will typically have a dynamic personality, energetic and quite capable of being very influential. This people is also going to be very organised and goal oriented.

Yellow: Relates to the spleen and life energy. It is the colour of optimism especially when seen around the hairline, awakening, generosity, inspiration, intelligence, action. This person will be creative, playful, optimistic and easy-going. It can also indicate new learning and awakening psychic abilities and clairsentience.

Dark yellow shows suspicion, greed and materialism.

Dark brownish yellow or gold: represents the student, study, or one who is over analytical to the point of feeling fatigued or stressed. It can represent someone trying to make up for lost time by learning everything all at once.

Muddier shades: Represent excessive thinking and analysing and can indicate being overly critical, feeling of being deprived of recognition and being dogmatic.

Light yellow: Emerging psychic and spiritual awareness and positive excitement about new ideas.
Lemon yellow: Can denote one that is struggling to maintain power and control, or someone that fears losing control, prestige, respect, and/or power.

Pastel shades: Reflect wisdom and intellect and enthusiasm for something (especially in the pale yellow to white spectrum).

Deep yellow around the head indicates a person who has found enlightenment.

Orange: Relates to the reproductive organs and the emotions it is the colour of vitality, good health and enjoyment. This person may have a lot of stamina and energy, be creative and productive, outgoing and social. It can also indicate a person needing to be in control

If orange is present in the astral layer it can indicate an opening of new awareness of life.
Dull or muddy looking orange can infer low intellect, an emotional imbalance, agitation and stress related to appetite and addiction.

Red: Has a strong energy it relates to the physical body, heart , circulation, vitality, ambition, sexual power and reproductive system. Red is the densest colour and creates the most friction which can either attract or repel. Red is a dynamic colour that can reflect anger, love, hate and unexpected changes. It can indicate new birth and change. Red is the colour of a person who is preoccupied with their physical body, and who’s thoughts could dwell on material desires.

Deep red – Would imply someone that is grounded, realistic, active, strong, have good will-power they will also be survival-oriented.

Dark or cloudy red shows anger, violent or passionate tendencies.

Clear red – Powerful, energetic, competitive, sexual and passionate

Pink: Represents compassion, love, purity, joy and comfort and a strong sense of companionship. When seen in the aura, it can indicate the quiet, modest type of individual, along with a love of art and beauty.

Rose Pink: Indicates a person that is gentle, modest and would typically display selfless love.
Muddier shades: Can represent immaturity, truthfulness or a lack of it. It can also reflect times of new love and new vision.

Green: Relates to heart and lungs. This is a healthy natural colour representing healing, calm, sensitivity, growth and balance, it also shows changes happening. This person is typically dependable and has a love of nature, animals, people and could possibly be a teacher. Green- Balance, harmony, healing, the calming force.

Clear green shows adaptability and versatility.

Dark, muddy or forest green represent – uncertainty, deceit, resentment, mistrust, feeling like a victim and jealousy. This shade of green can also imply envy, insecurity and low self-esteem
Emerald green – A healer, also a love-centred person

Silver: This colour represents abundance in all areas, if there is a lot of silver this person will almost certainly be wealthy, it can also show an awakening of the mind

Bright silver: This person will be intuitive and a lover of new bright ideas

Muddy silver or Grey: This can indicate problems building within the body, typically manifesting in health issues like depression or physical symptoms especially if the grey forms clusters over specific areas of the body.

Silver flashes within the aura: Indicate great creativity and fertility. When they appear within the auric field of a person, it indicates that greater creativity is being activated within the individual’s life.

Grey: Represents initiation.

Shades of silver/grey: Reflect an awakening of the feminine energies, as well as intuition, creative imagination.

The darker shades of grey: Can imply physical imbalances, especially if seen next to specific areas of the physical body.

Brown: Can indicate greed, materialism and selfish behaviours. Brown is the colour of the earth and within the aura especially above the head and around the feel can reflect new growth. It indicates establishing new roots and a desire to accomplish. It is a colour that can signify industry and organization.

Brown across the face or touching the head: can imply a lack of and need for discrimination. If seen around the chakra would indicate a clogging of the chakras energy and would imply that this chakra needs cleansing.

Gold: Is the colour of enlightenment and shows divine protection. This person is being guided by the higher good they will display good qualities and live in harmony with the world around them.

Black : Can be a difficult colour to read in many cases. It can denote protection, a shield from outside energies. It also denotes having secrets and the pulling of energy and transforming or consuming it. This can denote long term issues such as un-forgiveness this colour has a sinister undertone, malice and can show evil intent.

If black is collected over a specific area of the body it can denote health issues. This can also relate to past life hurts

In the outer edges of the aura: It can indicate holes in the auric field.

White – This colour will reflect other energy, it is considered a pure state of light and can be indicating a new not yet formed energy building in the aura this colour is connected to purity, truth and angelic qualities.

Flashes of white shows that angels are nearby, it can also indicate that the person is pregnant or soon will be.

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