Auras are thought to be the colorful interpretation of your soul. It is said to contain all of your past life knowledge, as well as your present and future. If you study healing arts, you will be introduced to the different colors that may be seen in auras. Healing arts are based upon a universal energy that is present within all of us and can be seen visibly through our auras. While some auras are more easily seen than others, healing arts are used to bring out the colors of the auras for interpretation.
A student of the healing arts will need to learn the meanings of the colors of auras. Some of the definitions of the colors will vary slightly between healing arts instructors, but most of the basics are the same.
Here is a list of the most common colors of auras and how healings arts are used to interpret each color.
2. Yellow: This color in auras is said to reflect the mind. Healing arts teach us that shaded yellow is synonymous with negative thinking. A yellowish -red is said to reflect mental cowardice. A gold color in auras, however, means you are psychic and creative.
3. Blue: A blue color in auras reflects your spirituality. True blue auras, according to the healing arts, reflects your spirituality and that you have a very positive attitude toward others and life. A shaded blue is said to reflect your bad moods or that you are religious fanatic.
4. Green: Green auras are said to reflect your emotions and health. Green can also be attributed to jealousy (negative) or (growth). Since green is actually made up of two colors, yellow and blue, white light is usually present as well. The healing arts teach that the amount of white light present in another color represents how positive the aura is.
The healing arts also teach that colors can affect your personality or moods as well. You will often find yourself in a more energetic mood while wearing read, or somewhat depressed when wearing black. The colors of your home's interior are also thought to affect the energy within your residence as well.
While healing arts and auras are not part of true science, there is a place for them in your life. Understanding and studying healing arts will help you decipher the auras that surround animals and people you come into contact with everyday.