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Life Colors City provides a lot of information for free! Discover your aura colors, Pam’s radio show, Love Colors dating, videos, post your profile, connect with others, products, schedule of events and more.
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Grammy winner, singer songwriter Kenny Loggins will be my special guest on Monday, Dec 16, 5:00 – 6:00 pm PT. He will discuss his life story but we’re also going to delve deeper with his thoughts on life, love, philosophy, and more. Kenny is one of the most beloved songwriters in the world because he writes from his heart and soul. I hope you will join us. You can listen in on or on 1290 AM in Santa Barbara. The show will also rerun on Sunday, Dec 22, 8:00 am PT and will be archived on the LifeColorsCity website. You can also check out Kenny's tour schedule on his site:

Hey you Violets, here are some positive things you can bring to your family and friends for the holidays. With your emotional depth, compassion, and ability to see the bigger picture, you can be a great communicator and mediator to help keep peace and harmony in the group. You can help people see both sides or at least help them honor everyone’s differences. There’s room for all perspectives and lifestyles. You’re here to bring peace and a better life to the world. This is a great time to show what WE are capable of creating together. Thank you for trusting your vision and teaching by example!

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“Dreaming Heaven – The Beginning is Near” with Lee McCormick. Lee will be on my radio show on Monday, Dec 2, 5:00 – 6:00 PM PT. Lee will discuss the ancient wisdom of the Toltec & such topics as “Who Am I really?” and “What is reality?” You can join us at or on 1290 AM in Santa Barbara.

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I will be taking calls today on my radio show, Monday, November 25, 5:00 – 6:00 PM PT. We’ll also discuss how each of the aura colors can handle the holidays. You can join us at or 1290 AM in Santa Barbara. If you have a question or comment you can call in toll free at 866-564-1290 (or 564-1290 in SB.) Join the conversation!
Happy holidays to all of you. Keep breathing and enjoy the season. Life is such an adventure! Hugs.

Since we're moving into the holidays now - I thought I'd share some ideas about some of the positive things you can bring to your gatherings with your aura colors.
Yellows – with your generous spirit, kind smile and sense of humor, you can keep people light and optimistic during these, sometimes, stressful times. You can remind your loved ones that life and the holidays are supposed to be fun. Keep them laughing. You’re also great at coming up with simple and creative ideas for gifts and things to do together. In-joy!!

I went to NYC to be on The Better Show (a Hallmark show.) We discussed the different aura colors, how to deal with stress and what types of non-traditional gifts are great for some of the colors to give at the holidays. They were really fun and nice people. Here is the quick show segment:

YELLOW/GREEN Aura Color Personality - Strengths & Inner Conflicts
Many of you Yellows have added Green in your aura to accomplish your dreams, so you’re not really a Yellow/Green combination. However, the same issues, strengths and inner conflict listed here will still apply to you because you have both colors in your aura now.
When in power and balanced, you Yellow/Greens have the capability of being a creative success. Being highly intelligent when your Green aspect is in power, and abundantly creative when your Yellow is in power, this combination can create almost anything. You Yellow/Greens are some of the best writers or inventors on the planet. You can also have a sharp and witty sense of humor. Out of power, however, this personality type can have the most severe inner conflicts of all the Combination Colors.
This combination usually prefers to be self-employed because both Greens and Yellows hate being told what to do. Greens operate better when they are in charge, and Yellows prefer the flexibility of having their own schedules. However, business is an area in which inner conflicts can arise. Greens are usually workaholics, believing people must dedicate themselves to long hours of hard work to be successful. Your Green doesn’t know how to relax. Yellows do not like to work hard, preferring instead to play and enjoy their lives. Yellows must see their work as play. It must be fun or creative, or they quickly lose interest. It is easy for Yellows to change careers; Greens believe people must commit themselves to a certain course until they have accomplished their goals. Yellow and Green aspects can also wage quite a war over completing projects. If Yellow/Greens procrastinate or don’t reach their goals, they lose respect for themselves, believing they are irresponsible and incapable of success.
Yellow/Greens want to have a lot of money, but they don’t want to work hard for it. Winning the lottery, gambling, or inheriting large sums of money appeal to Yellow/Greens.
Greens consider financial wealth and prosperity major priorities. Yellows are usually overly generous and irresponsible with money — you spend it almost before you get it. These individuals commonly struggle with money until they are centered and in power. Unfulfilled Greens can compensate by spending a lot of money; Yellows allow money to slip through their fingers.
Greens like to make plans and act quickly. Yellows like to be spontaneous and easygoing. The compulsive Green side writes lists of things to do, but the Yellow side, which rebels against lists, soon loses it. Greens take life seriously and can worry about everything, especially money. Yellows don’t take anything seriously and believe everything will work out just fine. People with this Color Combination often feel they have two people inside them who are fighting for dominion.
For Yellow/Greens to achieve inner harmony, both aspects must have what’s important to them. The Yellow aspect must have time to relax, play, exercise, and take vacations. Though the workaholic Green is afraid the Yellow won’t ever want to work again, the Yellow aspect usually does return with increased energy and renewed creativity. The only way Yellows will fully cooperate with Greens is if Yellows enjoy the work that has been chosen. Work must either be fun, creative, or healing or allow a flexible schedule. Yellow/Greens must learn to achieve a balance between having free time and being mentally stimulated, between being creative and making money, and between having friends and spending time alone.
The Yellow can help the Green accomplish a goal by giving him creative ideas and solutions, by not procrastinating, and by learning to make commitments. The Yellow needs to believe in the Green’s ability to accomplish anything he puts his mind to. The Yellow must learn to use his incredible energy to help the Green take action. By bringing in the Yellow sense of humor, he can also keep the Green aspect from excessive worry and anxiety.
Your Green side should not push or criticize your Yellow side so hard that you develop back problems (“get off my back”). You should decide what you want to accomplish, make a plan, and then listen to your Yellow’s creative ideas. The Green side needs to keep the Yellow away from negative addictions through self-discipline.
Without cooperation and balance between the two aspects, Yellow/Greens will be in constant inner conflict and will stop themselves from accomplishing or enjoying life. Yellow/Greens who are centered and in power not only enjoy their work and play, but also make the desired amount of money. They accomplish goals while not taking life too seriously. You can be a dynamic, powerful, energetic, and creative force.
Examples of Yellow/Greens: David Letterman and Lucille Ball.

Violet/Indigo aura color personality
(Many of you have now added Indigo into your aura, so this information can apply to you as well.)
Someone who has both Violet and Indigo in her/his aura can have some interesting strengths – and conflicts. With the Violet side’s visionary abilities and humanitarian qualities, the Violet is able to relate to the Indigo’s highly spiritual beliefs and priorities. The Violet side can see the future the Indigo side intuitively feels is coming. Indigos appear to be surrounding themselves with Violets who have the leadership ability, power, and strength to clear the way for the Indigo age. So if this person has both aura colors – he can support his own dreams and goals. They are usually both in alignment – so there is typically very little inner conflict.
 The powerful Violet side clears the path, leading the way and keeping the Indigo side safe from people who are not supportive or in harmony with her spiritual ways. The Violet also believes in the same higher principles the Indigo does so there is not the typical inner conflict that some other color combinations can experience. This combination has tremendous potential for balance and success, provided the Violet side does not become so overpowering and dictatorial that the Indigo side ends up rebelling and sabotaging himself.
There are a few areas in which conflict could arise inside this person. The two sides have different beliefs about how to live in this world. The Violet side wants to take action, to do something important to make an impact on the world & improve people’s lives. The Indigo side believes she just needs to live by example and sees no need to “save” the planet. So often this person will not know if she should go out into the world and be seen, or quietly meditate and modestly create art or music at home.
The Indigo prefers to be alone and quiet, or connect with just a few intimate friends, bonding on a soul-to-soul basis with each. Where a Violet typically loves performing, surrounding herself with crowds, or going to a lot of important charity events, an Indigo rarely wants any of that. The Violet side often enjoys being the center of attention but the Indigo side prefers to stay anonymous and unseen.
If the person can stay centered, both sides can support each other’s needs and keep inner harmony by taking turns or finding a way to do both activities in moderation.
For the most part this aura color combination can create a highly spiritual and visionary life. Both Violets & Indigos have a curiosity about other cultures so this person would probably enjoy traveling. A Violet/Indigo combination usually has great compassion for people everywhere. What this color combination senses and sees as higher truth can broaden the horizons of many people. The Violet and the Indigo both search for truth and higher consciousness.
Balanced and in power, they both have an inner sense of what is needed on the planet and a desire to contribute each in his/her own way. If this person allows both sides to work together and allows both sides to win – to each have what they want, then this combination can create wonderful humanitarian projects or important life-changing work on the planet – even if it’s from a quiet place at home. Both Indigos and Violets want to bring peace, compassion, and spiritual enlightenment onto the planet – so their goals are in harmony with one another.

If you are a Yellow/Tan aura color personality (OR if you are a Tan in a relationship with a Yellow - or Yellow with a Tan partner) this information is meant to help you better understand your own inner conflict or your relationship with your parter.
 The Tan/Yellows’ inner dialog can be quite confusing and frustrating. Tans and Yellows have opposite desires and priorities. Yellows would rather be playing; Tans are very conscientious, realistic, and hard working. Because Tans want to stay reliable, grounded, and responsible, they are not always happy with the carefree, irresponsible desires of their Yellow aspects. The playful Yellow aspect may lure the Tan away from his duties, causing him to feel lazy, nonproductive, and weak willed.
It is just as common, however, for the Tan aspect to suppress the Yellow by making him sit inside and work, not allowing him to relax or have fun. The Yellow aspect may then subversively rebel by suppressing his creative talents, diminishing his energy, becoming depressed, and causing his body to become overweight or ill.
Money can also be a challenge. Tans are very cautious and responsible with their finances; Yellows can be very generous, playful, spontaneous, and irresponsible with money. Tan/Yellows can become quite frustrated with themselves if they do not adhere to financial plans and create long-term financial security.
The emotional makeup of these two aspects is very different. Even though Yellows are playful, they are also sensitive and can cry easily. Tans, on the other hand, prefer to keep their feelings to themselves. Suppressing emotions can cause serious health problems for Tan/Yellows. When used properly, however, the same traits can also give Tan/Yellows the ability to stay calm and to balance their sensitivity with logic and understanding.
Facing problems can create a dilemma. While Yellows usually shy away from conflict, Tans think they need to be practical and solve the problem. Tan/Yellows can lose respect for themselves if they constantly run away from their challenges. Instead, the Yellow aspect needs to develop creative solutions for the Tan aspect and then act on those solutions.
Maintaining a long-lasting relationship can be challenging for this aura combination. A Tan usually wants a stable, committed, long-term relationship; a Yellow traditionally fears and avoids commitment. Frequently, Tan/Yellows will get married at a young age, but later will experience a midlife crisis, and want to recapture their youth. Not all marriages with a Tan/Yellow need to fall apart at this stage, however. The Tan aspect is often rational and committed enough to work through the crisis.
Both Tans and Yellows usually fear taking risks. This personality will probably move life forward slowly, steadily, and methodically, often frustrating the more playful and spontaneous Yellow aspect. Although Tans need to see facts and data for proof, Yellows are more curious about new ideas and new adventures. In power this combination can at least learn to stay open minded enough to check something out before passing judgment on the idea.
Tan/Yellows need to enjoy their work. Their jobs can be either creative or physical, but they must always be fun. If they do not enjoy their work, their Yellow aspects will eventually tire of their jobs and rebel. This Color Combination typically loves to design things or to take things apart, see how they work, and then repair them. Drawing, designing, fixing, building, measuring, playing, creating, and healing are activities Yellow/Tans usually enjoy.
The Tan and Yellow aspects of this personality need to work in balance and harmony with each other if this person is to experience good health and happiness. When the Tan allows the Yellow time to exercise, play, and relax, the Yellow will respond with good health, joy, and creativity. When the Yellow cooperates with the Tan by giving him the energy to accomplish a job, the Tan will feel more financially secure and relaxed.
Connecting with nature is very healing for this aura color combination.
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