Crystals are rare. They have clear auras and are known as the "aura chameleons" because their auras will change colors to match those of the people they are around. They then take on the characteristics, emotions, and thoughts of that color personality. Consequently, when they’re healthy and balanced Crystals can get along well with almost anyone.
In power (positive qualities), Crystals are intelligent, cultured, and calm. They easily connect with their own inner peace and spiritual nature. Though they tend to be very quiet, Crystals are quick thinkers and learners. They love to read books, watch movies, attend the theater - anything of social significance or that inspires them to ponder the meaning of life. Crystals' are natural healers. Their gift is to help people clear energetic blockages so their own natural healing processes can occur.
Out of power, Crystals do not understand life. These rare souls can be unusually sensitive and physically fragile. The world can frighten, confuse, and overwhelmed them. They typically feel uncomfortable in crowds and can easily become disoriented and depressed. Not trusting their own choices, they then lean on others to see what is socially acceptable and appropriate which can be energetically draining for others.
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Crystals need safety and calm in their relationships. Therefore, they need mates who understand their quiet nature and allow their need for solitude. They need peace and quiet so they can remain balanced and clear. Crystals also do best with partners who are intelligent, willing to be decision makers, practical providers, stable and reliable.
I don't know of any well-known Crystals. However, some Crystals may be masquerading as other colors. It's challenging to know for sure with the Crystal chameleons.
For more information on the different aura color personalities, check out Pam’s website auracolors.com
Sherene Schostak is a Jungian psychotherapist, author and metaphysician who specializes in helping creative artists transform their addictions and blocks. She has been in private practice in New York City for the past 13 years consulting, writing and... read more