Blues are some of the most loving, nurturing, and supportive personalities. They live from their heart. They are the most emotional of all the life colors and can cry very easily. Their priorities are love, relationships, and spirituality. Blues are traditionally teachers, counselors, and nurses - the loving caretakers on the planet. They want everyone to feel loved and accepted. People always turn to Blues for comfort and counsel. Blues' greatest talents are their deep intuition and giving unconditional love.
In power (positive qualities), Blues radiate love, acceptance, and forgiveness. These compassionate beings will even befriend those whom others find unlovable. Blues look for the good in people. No matter what mistakes people make, Blues will love and forgive them. In power, Blues also follow their intuition.
Out of power, Blues frequently doubt their self-worth. Their greatest fear is being alone, abandoned and unloved. They want deeply to be loved, but they often have trouble receiving or believing that they are loved. When Blues don't feel loved they can become overly emotional and consumed with self-pity. They can become martyrs, often using guilt to manipulate others to get love and attention.
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A Blue's main priorities are spirituality and relationships. More than anything, Blues want to be in loving, committed, and emotionally connected relationships. Blues can be the most loyal and supportive mates and need partners who are just as loyal and monogamous.
Examples of Blues are: Ellen Degeneres, Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz, Meg Ryan, Christina Applegate, Kate Hudson, Kaley Cuoco (all are Blue/Yellows), and Elizabeth Taylor (Blue/Violet).
Natalie’s passion for astrology was sparked at the age of 12, after reading a Sun sign book. In keeping with her Aquarian Sun and Scorpio Ascendant nature, she was drawn to the ancient practice of astrology. Since completing her studies in at... read more