Red auras indicate intense emotion, power, and passion. Common in those that enjoy a challenge, tend to overwork themselves, and exhibit a strong force of will. Most children, particularly boys, have bright red auras.
An orange aura denotes a creative, inspiring, compassionate, yet manipulative individual. Those with an orange aura are extroverts that relate well to others, love adventure and are independent. Entrepreneurs and sales people commonly exhibit this kind of energy.
Yellow auras show enthusiastic, cheerful, warm energy. Individuals with yellow auras tend to brighten up the lives of those around them.
Green auras denote natural healing, high self-esteem, tenacity and prosperity. Green can also indicate frustration and loss. Commonly found in medical professionals due to the natural healing and caring qualities.
A blue aura indicates tranquil, relaxed, energy, and a desire to communicate. Blue may also be interpreted as mournful or emotional sensitivity. Common in artists, philosophers, spiritual seekers, and other intuitive, inwardly focused individuals, that convey wisdom and reliability.
Purple auras are magical and unconventional, often an indicator of some psychic abilities such as telepathy. Those with purple auras seem to connect with higher planes of consciousness, and have a knack for making their dreams come true. Entertainers, visionaries, and revolutionaries exude this energy.
A Black Aura pulls energy and light into it. Can indicate an inability to let go of a grudge, past life hurts, and unreleased grief or malice.
Gray Auras represent negative thoughts and emotions. Fear, depression, and a lack of courage are common in those exhibiting this energy. Can potentially lead to health problems, especially if focused on a specific area of the body.
White auras are innocent, pure and ethereal, although at times can express illness or an altered state. Individuals with white auras are receptive to the spiritual world and have angelic qualities. Often represents new, undesignated energy, it is most commonly found in young children and very rare in adults.