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:
Some Yellows are shy and sensitive; others are outgoing, playful, energetic, funny, optimistic, and free-spirited. Yellows rarely look, feel, or act their age. Their life purpose is to enjoy life, to spread joy, or to help others heal. Yellows like to exercise and eat healthy – although, if they’re unhappy and unfulfilled, they often become addicts. Their best careers are creative (artist, musician, dancer, designer, writer, comedian); healers (doctor, masseuse, veterinarian, etc); or physical (athlete, builder, landscaper, etc.) Yellows need playful, fun-loving partners who are their best friend and who can accept their youthful behavior. Their challenge is often committing to something and following through. Yellows have great ideas but typically procrastinate because of insecurity or fear.
This year I commit to taking action, to bringing my ideas and plans into reality and no longer procrastinating. My idea or project could bring happiness or be useful to others so I will follow through.
Tans are practical, logical, and down to earth. They analyze details and calculate the steps they take in life. People often appreciate the calm, levelheaded, and sensible nature of Tans. They’re usually employees who pay their bills and make conservative, long-term investments. They value security and stability. Tans tend to keep their feelings to themselves and dislike drama, so they prefer partners who are reliable, calm, rational, and stable. Tans are often architects, engineers, bookkeepers, computer programmers, and such. They can, however, get stuck in routine and therefore limit themselves and their life experiences. They are not risk takers and are uncomfortable with change.
New Year’s Resolution:
I commit to exploring new ideas and concepts so that I can expand my thinking and therefore my experiences. I will take steps to change at least one significant thing in my life and explore more possibilities.