By: Mystic Michaela
As an aura reader I answer that question for many. As long as I can remember, I have seen vibrations around people. We all have a life force surrounding us – the aura – and I happen to see it in vivid colors. There are five main colors, with various configurations and combinations that are uniquely individual to each person. The five main aura colors are yellow, blue, red, purple and (rarely in women) green. Usually people are never just one color, it happens, but it’s a very imbalanced situation. No two aura readings are ever the same. I have found that living authentically means being true to your actual inherent aura colors. I see anxiety, loss of spiritual connection and unhappiness rise to the surface when a person is wearing an inauthentic color. Understanding your color is what I have found to be essential in living your destined genuine life.
Many of my clients are millennial moms wondering how to coincide their responsibilities as a mother with their identity as an individual. I see a great number of women trying to do things a certain way, and living life through a filter of another aura color. This may be influence from a spouse, a family system or simply because there is an issue with the individual’s self worth. There is nothing more important than understanding who you essentially are and accepting that as a beautiful thing. Moving forward in what feels good to you, brings amazing opportunity your way. In my aura readings for people, the first step on the path to authenticity is to identify what one’s aura colors are.
Yellows are highly developed organizationally. They are process oriented and very direct, honest and curious. In relationships they value communication and trust. I find they are usually very creative with practical arts – design, cooking or baking, building and sewing. A balanced yellow is open, social and outgoing. An unbalanced yellow tries to control everything around them all the time- including the perception others have of them – and can be robbed of their present moment joy. I see yellow moms struggling a lot with being perfectionists; they tend to be terribly hard on themselves. They do need to work individually. I see a lot of yellows in executive type businesses; accounting, upper level management, secretarial. However, depending on their balancing color, using those organizational skills instead to promote their own business is ideal. For example, yellow/blues are usually in the medical field as nutritionists or therapists and yellow/purples are often into interior design or photography.
Blues are the healers and empaths of our society. They feel the need to help others constantly and feeling needed is how they connect spiritually. Blues make for amazing people to be in a relationship with. They live to feel the joy in others. Because they are so open they tend to have a hard time shutting out negativity, I often find that they take in others’ energy and often develop health issues because of it. A balanced blue is a fluent communicator, grateful in the little moments and amazingly supportive of all around them. An unbalanced blue can feel victimized in life, for not everyone will treat them the way they treat others. It upsets them to the core that people can be so cold and cruel. A blue cannot put up a wall to anyone; they are highly affected by the relationships in their life and therefore sometimes find themselves thinking long and hard before letting someone truly into their circle. I often see blue moms in the medical field as nurses, however very common they are teachers too. They work best with the “innocents” of our population – animals, children and the elderly. In relationships, blues moms can often get labeled as codependent and in friendships they can often feel like a door mat. It’s the constant struggle of the blue aura individual to remember that just because they can FEEL the emotions of another, doesn’t make that person any more important than themselves. Blues are such giving people, but they tend to overlook the need to give to oneself.
Reds are the people in charge; the trailblazers. They often know their need to be entrepreneurs. A red person is a natural leader in life. Others follow them because they have a confidence about them that’s contagious. They feel secure and safe. Reds are fiercely protective of the ones they love in their life and have zero tolerance for disloyalty among them. They often are in charge of others and effortlessly take risks to make sure they are in control of their own lives at all times. A balanced red is fun to be around, strong, athletic and personable as well as present enough to be able to read the energy of others very easily. They are alphas in their packs and people around them tend to fall in line happily. I often find that red moms are labeled as aggressive and often get a lot judgment simply because they tend to want to have it all – they aren’t the passive type and can’t deal with the traditional gender roles. They don’t play emotional games; they are very straightforward and are often found at the top of their game in “boys club” industries. An unbalanced red can be angry with a fiery temper. They can also go to intense behavior as a self destructive outlet; gambling, drinking, over working out. They don’t know where to set the limit on their own tenacity. Reds are often business owners, real estate agents, and in sales. They really enjoy competition and winning in life.
Purples are creative and intuitive. Usually they feel so inspired by everything it falls a little flat when they become overwhelmed and scattered. They’re usually non judgmental people who will follow their hearts before cross checking with logic. Purples don’t mind a little intrigue and are usually surrounded by eccentric people. They are artistic and need to outlet this creativity in some way. Highly intuitive, purples make connections with others by being very honest about their true selves. They see through “fake” people quickly and don’t enjoy being judged. I see a lot of purples moms get accused of over sharing on social media. A balanced purple draws people to them effortlessly. They feel amazing to be around, and others just want to experience their presence. Dominantly I see this color with artists. I see them working as painters, entertainers and musicians. Depending on their balancing color, I see them using this creative streak to stand out from the crowd. Red/purples are brilliant marketers, criminal lawyers or strong sales people while blue/purples tend to be thoughtful writers and playwrights. They have a rebellious streak and can’t work for anyone they don’t respect. Purple moms tend to be more flexible about traditional parenting practices. I often see these are the ones who don’t worry too much about sleep training or feeding schedules. They tend to be less concerned with being conventional and care little of what others think. An unbalanced purple is self destructive. Unfortunately this is the color most associated with addiction. Usually anyone with purple in them has faced that demon at sometime in their life. They are complex, and their thoughts are sometimes indistinguishable from their emotions.
In my practice of reading auras, I see over and over again that living authentically comes from within, not outside. We were all created a unique way. When we cover that up with how we feel others need us to be, it clouds the spiritual connection. Success in anything, including motherhood, comes from whole acceptance of the self.
Mystic Michaela is an aura reader, psychic medium, wife and mommy to two girls in South Florida.
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