Start the year off right by honoring your true colors and making this New Year’s resolution the most powerful yet. Once you discover your true aura colors - what physicists call the electromagnetic field - and the personality, emotions and temperament they reflect, you can make a New Year’s resolution that will speed you on your way to living a fulfilling life.
Here is an example of a resolution you can make that will fulfill your aura color personality:
Greens are intelligent, quick, and usually drawn to money and power. Often found in business, they’re movers and shakers, often workaholics. They’re organized, efficient, list-makers. Greens are some of the wealthiest people on the planet. They need to accomplish projects or develop businesses otherwise they become bored and restless. They’re highly competitive and thrive on taking risks. Most fulfilling jobs include CEO, stockbroker, banker, realtor, salesperson, organizer, fundraiser, manager, etc. They prefer partners who are self-reliant, intellectually stimulating, and respectful of them, their money, and their work. They are often perfectionists and can become impatient and overly critical when they are unfulfilled and unhappy.
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New Year’s Resolution: I commit to developing more tolerance and patience with myself - and others. I will take time to include more balance, enjoyment and relaxation in my life so that I can stay healthy.
Blues are emotional, nurturing, and supportive. Their priorities are love, spirituality, and helping others. People usually turn to Blues for comfort and counsel. Blues are very loyal to their families and friends, and love to be in love. They live from their hearts and tend to cry easily. They’re also very intuitive, even psychic. Blues are often teachers, counselors, nurses, volunteers, and caretakers. They need mates who are loyal, caring, kind, emotionally available, faithful, and trustworthy. They usually feel guilty saying no and therefore tend to over commit themselves – putting everyone else’s needs before their own.
New Year’s Resolution: I commit to allowing myself to say no, to love and care for myself as much as I love and care for others without thinking I am being selfish or inconsiderate. By allowing my own “cup” to be full, I am better able to overflow love and kindness onto others.