Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “From Here to Eternity” by James Jones.
Today I pray, “Dear God, I am starting to transition into what Jesus was getting at when He told us that the Kingdom of Heaven is here, now, among us. And within us. Chakras. A rainbow of possibility on earth within each of us. So in reference to my calling from 2010, and in keeping with the vision of Jesus in the room with me last week, I am understanding life on earth to be a Heaven all to itself — and Heaven after earth is a place from which spirits are born again. And given that Crystal auras are known as “the aura chameleons”, what is currently the most prominent color in the Chakra spectrum that Crystals would be picking up at this time? Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:
“Let’s go to a phone booth or something, huh? Where I will unveil a fifth of whiskey, I have hidden here under my loose, flowing sports shirt.”
Tan. I was not expecting that. Tan doesn’t exactly show in the Chakra spectrum, yet Tan is an aura color. And “Hahaha!” by the way. Sense of humor. My cherished friend’s aura is a Sensitive Tan and Yellow combination. He jokes about it in a self-deprecating manner by stating that his aura sounds like kitchen wallpaper from the 1970s. Here is a description of Tan aura characteristics from auracolors.com:
The Logical Tan has a light tan-colored band that encircles the body and is usually kept tightly drawn to it. Logical Tans are very logical and analytical. They choose to methodically process every step, from one through ten. Logical Tans are very practical, security-conscious and have a tendency to keep their feelings to themselves.
The Environmental Tan is a deep tan-colored band layered with a forest-green-colored band. The Environmental Tan personality is the bridge between the physical family and the mental family. These Tans experience their reality by physically touching their environment and then mentally analyzing it.
The Sensitive Tan is the bridge between the mental colors and the emotional colors. Their auras are a combination of both a light tan color with a light blue band next to it that encircles the body. Their personalities are a subtle combination of the mental Tan qualities as well as the emotional Blue qualities.
The bright and curious Abstract Tans are unique characters in the mental family. They tend to focus on the details in life, like all Tans do, but unlike most of the methodical Tans, these high-energy Tans are usually scattered and tend to go in many directions at once. They are the most childlike of all the Tans. Abstract Tans are usually open, friendly, outgoing, and optimistic personalities.
Something else I find a bit fascinating is that the color tan is a lighter version of the color brown. And brown appears when the opposite colors on a color wheel are mixed. Red and Green; Orange and Blue; and Yellow and Violet. All of these are Chakra colors. And the Chakra colors go in this order: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet.
All of this is theory, and yet, to say that Crystals are predominantly characterized by Tan may be symbolism for their ability to heal in a manner of taking on opposite colors at the same time. This may be more metaphorical than it is metaphysical. And this seems to be how God begins a conversation. This bridging of colors in a harmony of arrival is in keeping with Ethereal Heaven bridging with Earthly Heaven. As for the continuing conversation, we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it.