The Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality Anatomical Correspondences
The Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality corresponds with the 3rd chakra, the Solar Plexus (Manipura), the Sanguine Temperament (Hot/Wet), middle spine, mid-back, stomach, liver, gall bladder, abdomen, kidney, pancreas and sense of sight. It supports the sympathetic nervous system and adrenal glands.
The Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality Meanings & Associations
Yellow is associated with will, personal power (control), perfectionism, and connection. Yellow helps to eliminate confusion and to overcome loneliness. The color meanings below can be helpful should you ever have your electromagnetic energy field photographed by an InnerActive camera.
Ruddy or Muddy Yellow: Critical, shy, hasty, preoccupied, and dogmatic.
Yellow Green: Creative, with great heart.
The Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality Emotional/Mental State
Creative, playful, humorous, intelligent, social butterfly, energetic, sunny, mental activity and strength, charming, entertaining, curious, active, generous, spiritual development.
The Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality (Strengths)
No one more understands the importance of expressing intellectual ideas than the Yellows. These people thrive on what they can learn, and they love finding solutions to old problems. They are quick and make educated (and fair) decisions and pride themselves on their intellect and expertise. They are often preoccupied with thoughts about the future. Turning ideas into reality is what the Yellow is good at. They use their will to get things done.
Yellows are often the brightest leaders in their fields. Sometimes the Yellow may seem naive to others who do not share their endless curiosity, drive for learning or belief that all people are essentially good.
Yellows are social butterflies that must interact with others often. Always alert, energetic and free spirited, Yellows like to have laugh, play and have fun. You will often find them outdoors, in the sun.
If Yellows are not allowed to do what they love most or are isolated, for any reason, they will feel completely deprived and turn negative feelings upon themselves. They are easily bored, like Red Inner Fish, and do not want to sit still for long unless their minds are positively engaged.
To be valued and praised is a boon to Yellow. Being around fun and affection people, who will allow them their 'willfulness' should rank high on their list of priorities.
Challenges for the Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality (Weaknesses)
It would help the Yellow to realize that not everyone has the playfulness or the curiosity that they do. Sometimes Yellow can wear out those around them! Yellows become their own worst enemy when they begin to over analyze everything. This keeps them from dealing with their emotions. In fact, intellectualism is the Yellow's defense and escape. Ask any writer.
It is important for the Yellow to ask what is being felt, as well as what is being thought. Yellows often become splintered personalities. This is a symptom of Heart and Mind not being in alignment.
Possible Health Issues for the Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality
Physical health issues might include digestive upsets, indigestion, GERD, ulcers, diabetes, hypoglycemia, stomach problems, liver or pancreas dysfunction, hepatitis, gall bladder stones, irritable bowel, colitis, gastritis, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and/or Fibromyalgia, arthritis, memory problems, hormonal complaints, menopause, and eating disorders.
Emotional health issues might involve control/power issues, aggression, lack of self-confidence, bad temper, arrogance, agitation, inability to relax, obsessed with self-image (physical appearance), victim mentality, over-eating (addictions), control issues, anger, trust and abandonment issues, indifference, complacency, passiveness, prospering at the expense of others, responsibility issues, weak-willed (or vacillation between feeling powerful one day and a victim the next), and making poor decisions or lack of proper ones.
The Yellow HSP Aura Color Personality Stress Triggers
Being Too Head Over Heart (and ignoring emotional needs)
Boredom (not enough play time)
Sitting for Way Too Long (studying, game playing, etc.)
Digestive Issues (that compromise the immune system)