Prophetic, Clairvoyant, Clairaudient and Feeler
aka Purple, Yellow, Red and Blue Color Senses
DO’s & DON’Ts in your personal, business and social life
How this energy affects you in your personal life:
Building a system is as simple as mapping out what you want it to do for you and then coming up with the preferred ways to get there. Do not limit yourself with what you think is possible. Come up with exactly what you want and if you chart it out in black and white, it will become possible. You can tune into the order of the whole universe to help you manifest it in this particularly organized way. If you worry or fear it might not happen, then you may chase the opportunity away. Rather, stay confident in the divine intervention it takes to get it done and be ready to experience it to the max!
DON’T be lazy, become a couch potato and watch TV too much.
DO always trust yourself and your hunches.
DON’T hid or be shy to avoid confrontation at all costs.
DO realize that once you’ve seen a face, you never forget it.
DON’T be insensitive and not care about other people’s feelings.
DO realize the main fact you are interested in is the “where” and your energy is smooth.
DON’T be impatient when your emotions take over.
DO give freely out of benevolence without expecting anything in return.
How this energy affects you in your business life:
Having an organized system with what you do can literally make or break your business. If it is inefficient and not well organized, it will hold you back and take away from your efforts – every single time. You will be working for nothing unless you take dramatic measures to make it better. Improving what you have in place will smooth things over and multiply your results every time. Therefore, make a note of all the components that you know are not working as well as they could. Then, come up with another solution, the best one that comes to you. Lastly, try out and test your newly revised system and always know you can continue to adjust it as needed.
DON’T have a tendency to be possessive.
DO take a special interest in learning about other cultures and people around the world.
DON’T cut people off if you don’t like them so they are out-of-sight and out-of-mind.
DO be a strong optimist because you can always visualize a successful outcome.
DON’T tend to overpower others who you feel are weaker than you.
DO choose quality over quantity when it comes to your possessions.
DON’T clutter your space with a lot of small trinkets.
DO consider everyone important because we are all a part of the whole.
How this energy affects you in your social life:
You might think a system is something too business-like or intellectual to apply to your social relationships, but in reality, every connection flows along a directed line of some sort anyway. For example, how you split all proactive duties such as who does what during mutual activities could become a pattern for a system. In fact, the more you think about it, some of the key things you do together are best discussed and coordinated specifically. Especially if they are recurring, so there is no misunderstanding as to how far they go and you are all on the same page. Talking about it and coming to an agreement is practically laying a system down in place where the only thing left is to follow it. You are only responsible for your side of this deal. Speak up if something is not working well for you, so you can set it up better for all of you. This way, no one has to be left displeased. A happy system will keep you all satisfied where important things are left predictable and handled well. This is the best way to leave a lot of room for spontaneity to come into play on top of your established system. Keep things fresh and delightful in very organized relationships that will not disappear any time soon.
DON’T indulge in too much sleep in order to escape.
DO be very diplomatic and get along with just about anyone.
DON’T be a neat freak and impose this on others.
DO see how things can be improved, bring it out in the open and communicate
DON’T sacrifice quality by rushing to get the project out there too soon.
DO be a good organizer of people, materials and programs.
DON’T ignore the facts of what, when, where and why as you make the who the most important.
DO easily open up and share warmly and sincerely from the heart.