Leia Vieira

Self Published Author and Intuitive Healer.


Intuitively Protecting Yourself And Healing Others With Color

About a year ago I started seeing colors around people, not a clue to why. I knew it wasn’t their aura. I suffered from anxiety being around people, but when I saw the colors around them I felt better. As a matter of fact, if I was having an anxiety attack, I would intentionally picture colors around people or in clouds (if I was in my car) to help me feel better, and it was working. ‘What does it all mean?’, I asked my self.

One night I was in a mediation with Jesus; which can be found in Dorreen Virtue’s book “Archangels & Ascended Masters”, in this meditation you picture Jesus and send him love and in return he sends you love. While I was conducting the mediation, Jesus said to me: this is your answer to best protect yourself, and heal others at the same time.

How to protect yourself using colors

This is so simple you don’t have to say anything. All you have to do is picture the first color that comes to you around people when you see them. If you’re in an crowd, picture the color in clouds or mist form and project it to that general area. Don’t worry if you have a hard time picturing colors. Instead say the color in your mind and look at that person. It might take some practice to get used to, and then before you know it, it will be second nature.

Note: these colors can range between yellow to maroon and each has a meaning that the person is emotionally struggling with. I am in the process of discovering with the help of my angels what those colors mean.

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