When the pink is mixed with a bit of orange, it has reached its highest level, mixing the second (sacral) chakra into the higher forms of love of the fourth (heart) chakra and this represents balance between the physical, emotional and spiritual forms of love.
Pink in warm shades flaring around the aura indicates the person is falling in love.
Pink is rarely seen as a predominant color in the aura for extended periods of time. The most common examples of seeing pink in the aura include: the first trimester of pregnancy, when a person is falling deeply into romantic love and around newborn babies. Attracting pink into the aura can assist with healing the emotional and physical body, especially to do with the heart.
Pink Under Stress:
A washed out faded pink or a muddy pink represents a person who has not developed fully from their childhood. They are struggling with immaturity and are uncertain in matters of love and relationships. They often struggle with co-dependency and feelings of helplessness.
Recommendations to Connect with and Balance Pink:
Foods: sherbet, pink grapefruit, pink lemonade, and watermelon
Home Décor: light pink in the home works best in a young girls room. Bolder shades of pink including fuscia make wonderful compliments against deeper jewel tones such as sapphire blue and emerald green.
Clothing: Wear fuscia pink to express confidence and passion. Light pink is soft and inviting and expresses a gentle, artistic soul.
Flowers: pink roses, hibiscus, pink alstroemeria, pink lilies, pink Gerber daisies, stargazer lilies, pink carnations, pink orchid, wild basil, pink lady’s slipper
Music: To connect with pink energy, listen to an old song by Glenn Miller called “In the Mood”.
Activities: Falling in love will turn your aura pink in a “heartbeat”. Learning to love your self first will keep it there.
Mantra: “I am filled with love. I glow with loving energy and love myself inwardly and outwardly. Every thing I see is through the eyes of love and that love is reflected back to me. I am in the pink and see the world through my new shade of rose-colored glasses”. – Kala Ambrose