Here are some short descriptions of what the different aura color personalities need to have happy and fulfilling relationships.
Red Aura Color Personality: Anyone who is going to spend quality time with Reds will need to be healthy and in great physical shape. Most Reds enjoy strenuous, robust activities. They prefer partners who have strength, stamina, and vitality. There are the traditional, hardworking, salt-of-the-earth Reds, as well as the zesty, hot-blooded, physically passionate lovers. The strong-willed Reds are happiest with partners who are highly physical, independent, trustworthy, and self-sufficient, with a strong sense of self-worth.
Orange Aura Color Personality: Orange personalities are risk-taking daredevils who need the adrenaline rush of thrilling physical adventures. Oranges are not homebodies. So in order to have a compatible relationship with an Orange, you will have to be brave enough to accompany them on their adventures, or learn to be independent and self-reliant and not be bothered by your partner’s excursions without you. Oranges prefer partners who are autonomous, efficient, highly intelligent, unconventional, adventurous, and physically stimulating.
Magenta Aura Color Personality: If you’re going to be in relationship with a Magenta, you’ll need to understand that these outlandish characters are the nonconformists and eccentric personalities of the aura colors. Healthy Magentas are outrageous, fun loving, free spirited, and spontaneous. Magentas appreciate partners who can be zany and impulsive and able to tolerate, even enjoy, the Magenta’s bizarre and shocking behavior. The more spontaneous and outrageous you are, the better. Magentas can become bored quickly if things become too predictable. They also don’t like relationships that get too serious or demanding. To them, being emotionally responsible for anyone is confining. So partners need to be independent, wild, fun, creative, and free.
Yellow Aura Color Personality: The fun-loving Yellows need playmates. These big kids at heart need to laugh and enjoy life with their partner as their best friend. They love to make people happy, so they need partners who give them positive feedback, not constant criticism of their childlike and youthful behavior. If they get the impression that they are perpetually disappointing their partner, they will lose their natural enthusiasm and eventually give up trying to please their partner. They enjoy partners who are playful, happy, spontaneous, curious, optimistic, physically active and healthy, and content with the simple things in life.