GREEN AURA

A green aura colour can indicate many things and here I highlight just a few of the more common, positive traits and personality characteristics that usually accompany it. You can read more in “The Green Aura – The Meaning of the Green Aura Colour”.

There are subtle differences between the bright green aura and the dark green aura.

The green aura has a wholesome and organic feel to it. It is very much attuned to Mother Nature herself – and a natural appreciation for the cycles and rhythms of life. Probably more so than any other colour it strives for balance and harmony and that will reflect in the person’s life.

 

The green aura personality tends to be a nature lover and enjoys being surrounded by organic life whether that is plants or animals – either or both will be relatively important to them. More than that the green personality seems to know that such things positively feed them and they would want to make sure that they figured in their life to quite a degree. For example they may live in the countryside or close to the sea with wonderful views that they actively breathe in and enjoy.

 

They may have several pets or lavish great attention on one special one. They may have a beautiful garden or take huge care over their plants in the greenhouse or the window box.

They may even work with nature or outdoors but not in a physical toil sort of way more in an appreciative, enjoying the ambiance sort of way. It’s certainly not because they ‘have to’ but because they want to.


They tend to enjoy getting outdoors and will usually have a good balanced approach to life, knowing that physical exercise and taking care of themselves is important to be able to enjoy life. And they do want to enjoy life; they have a good eye and tend to like things to really please them – whether that is on a simple level or even a material level.

They can enjoy quite a good standard of living and may have a taste for the finer things in life. Not so much out of extravagance but out of appreciation of self worth and nurturing the people that matter to them – and that includes them too – on a good wholesome level.

These people tend to make good loyal, open friends, they speak and act from the heart and can be found in all sorts of positions at work – they make good managers and are people oriented – they make good teachers, therapists and healers. They like people and make good communicators – other people like to listen to them because at some level they know that what is said truly comes from the heart.