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Auras and Chakras

While there are endless aura colors and endless ways to combine them, certain colors correlate to the chakras of the body. Below is a list of aura colors that are related to the chakras. 

 

Red is related to the Root Chakra and because of this, a bright red aura can mean an active or even an over-active Root Chakra, while a muddy or dull red can mean an underactive Root Chakra. 

 

Orange is related to the Sacral Chakra. This means that a warm or bright orange shows that you have an active Sacral Chakra. A muddied or dingy orange proves that your Sacral Chakra may be underactive. 

 

The color yellow is related to the Solar Plexus Chakra. Because of this, a bright, sunny yellow is related to an active Solar Plexus Chakra, while a grimey or brown-ish yellow is related to an underactive Solar Plexus Chakra.

Green, as well as pink, are the colors of the Heart Chakra. An overly bright green or a harsh pink aura means your Heart Chakra is overactive, while a rosy pink or a soft green aura means that your Heart Chakra is simply active. A murky pink or a forest green aura may mean that your Heart Chakra is underactive.

 

The color blue is related to the Throat Chakra. A soft blue is related to an active Throat Chakra, while a dark or murky blue is related to an underactive Throat Chakra. A bright or overbearing blue is related to an overactive Throat Chakra.

 

Indigo is the color of the Third Eye Chakra and because of this, deep indigo is related to an active Third Eye Chakra. Dusty indigo is related to an underactive Third Eye Chakra, while overly bright indigo is related to an overactive Third Eye Chakra. 

 

Finally, a violet or purple aura is related to the Crown Chakra. Because of this, a deep violet is related to an active Crown Chakra. A murky or dirty purple is related to an underactive Crown Chakra, and an overly bright or garring violet is related to an overactive Crown Chakra. 

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