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White is the rarest of all aura colors and indicates a high level of spirituality and purity. Affiliated with the crown chakra, people with white auras have access to heightened states of consciousness, wisdom, and intuition. White is typically associated with the divine and it is thought that people with white auras are closely connected with their guardian angels. Some people believe that all babies are born with white auras. White aura individuals are not natural empaths though they do feel empathy and a desire to look for the good in people. Their innocent nature can lead to deception by those who’d like to take advantage of their kindness. In other words, these soulful people should make protecting their energy a common practice.

White auras are associated with the healing arts more than any other color. White is considered to be a reflective aura, which means negative energy can easily be warded off by presence alone. People with white auras excel in careers that benefit others. It’s not uncommon to find them working in animal rescue, human rights, nursing, or therapy. In relationships, white aura individuals may make the well-being of others a priority over themselves. This may frustrate a partner because their energy is spent protecting others rather than themselves. They love more truly and deeply than many other people, but their partner should be aware that their passion for helping others is just as important and will remain part of their priorities. Loyal and moralistic, friendships come easy to people with white auras. However, some friends may feel guilty or judged by their projected energy, even if the white aura never says a word. They feel a deep devotion to a higher power and a calling to bring positive change to the world.

When exploring your aura, it’s important to remember that saturation and brightness of color is significant. Bright shades of white indicate spirituality, purity, higher consciousness, positivity, innocence, healing capabilities, generosity, altruism, divine connection, resistance to corruption, and wisdom. Dark or murky shades of white reflect naivety, judgment, self-sacrifice to the extent of self-harm, and allowing others to deceive or manipulate them in the hopes of finding greater good.