Auragraphs & Spirit Portraits
by Rita
Healer, Medium and Spirit Artist 
When creating an Auragraph the colours, shapes and symbols (images) in the drawing will have a specific meaning relating to the sitter and unique understanding through the combinations in each reading. Many symbols have a universal meaning however the interpretation of those symbols change with the combination of images, colours and symbols in each Auragraph. Numerology also plays a part in it as well. Each Auragraph is unique. Below is a list of generalised interpretations for colours, symbols (animals) and flowers) as well as numbers. I hope this will give you an idea of how to interpret an Auragraph.

Interpretation of Colours

 PURPLE ~ Purple embodies the balance of red's stimulation and blue's calm. It can show unrest or uneasiness, mystic and royal qualities, creativity, eccentricity; it can be uplifting, calming, indicate a sense of spirituality, encourages creativity, where too much can relate to depression. Violet is the colour of the Crown Chakra.

Blue is seen as trustworthy, dependable, and committed, serenity and sedation, dynamic and dramatic, exhilaration, cold or uncaring, represent wisdom, strength in communication, deep thought, clear speech and hearing.
Blue is the colour of the Throat Chakra

Green can be interpreted as tranquil and refreshing, considered the colour of peace and ecology, may be associated with illness, soothing colour, relaxation, moving ahead growth, relaxation, something newer or better, jealous or envious, novice, trainee, beginner, love, empathy, compassion.
Green is the colour of the Heart Chakra.

Yellow can indicate enlightenment, and happiness, positive future, instils optimism and energy, spark creative thoughts, wealth, intellect, vitality and will, personal strength, turn dreams and goals into reality, happiness, jealousy, being a coward, sensationalise issues.
Yellow is the colour of the Solar Plexus Chakra.

Orange can indicate excitement, enthusiasm, fascination, caution, fun, vitality, creativity, happiness, movement, action, warmth, creativity, determination, attraction, success, encouragement, and stimulation.
Orange is the colour of the Sacral Chakra.

Red is a stimulant, excitement, energy, draws attention, power, enthusiasm, stimulating, heartbeat, and pulse rate, love, action and confidence, protection, fears and anxiety, negative connotation with money, guilt, embarrassment, anger, warning of danger.
Red is the colour of the Root Chakra.

Brighter pinks are youthful, fun, and exciting, sensuality, passion, romance, happiness, being lighthearted, overworked and overburdened, love and gentleness, happiness, and good health.

Brown can represent stability, reliability and approachability, feeling of wholesomeness, stabilising, a connection with the earth, sense orderliness, deep thought, power of self-discipline.

Gray can show intellect, knowledge and wisdom, serious nature, conservative, controlled and inconspicuous, compromise it sits between black and white, neutral, unsettled, unhappy, indecisiveness.

White, associated with purity, cleanliness, neutrality, safety, marriage, mental clarity, clearing, purification of thoughts, fresh beginnings, peace and surrender.

Black can be authoritative and powerful, strong emotions, overwhelming void or emptiness, sophistication, inconspicuous, emptiness, mysterious, potential and possibility, contrary character, a tragic event, organisation and attention to detail.

Interpretation of Animals

Aardvark ~ a tendency to hide from problems
Alligator ~ spiritual aspects that are self-serving, aggression, survival, adaptability
Ant ~ team player, worker, denotes cooperation with others

Bat ~ guardian of the night, cleaner, denotes the use of spiritual intuition in all aspects of life
Bear ~ power, adaptability
Beaver ~ builder, gather, denotes the ability to recognise one's spiritual aspects at "home" while balancing and utilising "life's" opportunities, industrious
Bee ~ industrious and cooperative, team player
Bird ~ denotes personality characteristics
Bluebird ~ denotes spiritual joy and contentedness, foretells happy conditions in one's life
Blue Jay ~ denotes spiritual joy and contentedness
Boa Constrictor ~ a smothering or constricting situation or relationship
Buffalo ~ sacredness, life builder
Bug ~ irritations in daily life
Bull ~ strength, warning, narrow-mindedness, a positive business situation, a driving force, stubbornness
Butterfly ~ metamorphosis, carefree, transformer, renewal, rejuvenation, ability to bounce back from setbacks or disappointments, a transformation of spirituality, beauty, metamorphosis, symbolises the human soul, two butterflies dancing symbolise marital happiness, longevity
Camel ~ weary, enduring, denote stubborn, arrogance and haughtiness, tenacity and perseverance
Canary ~ joyful emotion, a gossip
Crane ~ solitude, independence
Cat ~ independence, grace, healing, negative personality or situations, uncooperative
Caterpillar ~ preparation for changes
Cattle ~ lack of self-confidence or individuality
Cow ~ patience, stoicism
Coyote ~ prankster, insight, playful
Crow ~ denotes clear messages or straight talk
Deer ~ love, gentleness, kindness, rejuvenation, rebirth, friend or friendships
Dog ~ loyalty, protection, vigilance, intelligence, watchdog
Dolphin ~ kindness, play, bridge man to ocean, intelligence, spiritual connection with healing
Donkey ~ independent personality, stubborn, procreation and fertility
Dove ~ love, peace, gentleness, denotes a peaceful nature or condition - may be a religious or spiritual sign
Dragonfly ~ flighty, carefree
Duck ~ denotes spiritual vulnerability

Eagle ~ divine spirit, connection to creator, self-confidence, intellectual freedom, pursuing unconventional concepts or issues, freedom with responsibility, strength and power.
Elephant ~ long life, self-preservation, great, long lasting memory or memories, generous and gregarious nature, great strength, intelligence

Firefly ~ spiritual illumination
Fish ~ spiritual aspects or people in one's life, and spiritual achievements, spiritual growth
Fox ~ cunning, trickery, malice, shrewd person, seductive, provider, intelligence
Frog ~ impaired mental or physical condition, fertility and reproduction, great transformation

Giraffe ~ watchfulness, mobility, meddling into the affairs of others, distortion of the image of self, too much distance between heart and head, too much emotion and not enough reason Goat ~ stubborn, omnivorous
Goose ~ faithful, communicative, traveller, need for more seriousness in life
Gorilla ~ brute strength, adaptability
Grizzly Bear ~ hunter, nature's pharmacist
Geese ~ denotes of a personal desire to escape problems
Hare/Rabbit ~ longevity, vigilance, easily frightened, cowardice, self-sacrifice, a trickster figure, passionate sexuality
Hawk ~ messenger, stopper of time, acute perceptions, ability for quick discernment
Hen ~ protective, patience, intellectually impoverished, highly susceptible to outside influences, panic over nothing
Heron ~ good omen, contented, grey: remorse, white: innocence
Hippo ~ linking water and earth, survival
Horse ~ stamina, mobility, strength, denotes a 'wild' nature, can be sexual connotations, capable of quick starts, panics easily, tempestuous emotions, longing for integration. Stallion - uncontrolled strength, usually sexual excess, a need to contain and direct one's energies

Hummingbird ~ messenger, and timelessness, ability to find the hidden, brings joy, you adapt quickly to situations, addictive personality, you find joy in your own heart, messenger, stopper of time

Kangaroo ~ denotes over protective, or jumpiness, can also denote long endurance, feisty, fun loving
Kitten ~ feeling of helplessness, innocence

Ladybug ~ denotes an irritating situation in one's life, love of home, longing for home
Lamb ~ innocence, dedication, follower, dependence Lion ~ power, strength, respect
Lizard ~ conservation, agility
Loon ~ solitude, song, romance

Monarch Butterfly ~ denotes perseverance, a transformation in spirituality
Monkey ~ playfulness, agility
Moose ~ headstrong, unstoppable, longevity
Mouse ~ timid, secretive, and sneaky, little irritations in life, too much or not enough attention to detail

Orca ~ focus, power
Ostrich ~ fickle, fast-moving
Otter ~ laughter, curiosity, truth, patience
Owl ~ wisdom, perseverance, knowledge, heightened observational skills, introspective, brooding, can see in the dark, developed awareness, high spiritual enlightenment.

Panda ~ playful, kindness
Peacock ~ arrogance, self-love, pride of appearance
Penguin ~ playful, loving
Pheasant ~ confidence, attraction, perseverance
Pig ~ intelligence, hunger
Polar Bear ~ fearlessness, power

Rabbit ~ alertness, resourceful, physical or sexual obsessive preoccupation, endurance, need for spiritual awareness, good hearing
Robin ~ a rebirth of ideas or spirit, coming of Spring, a new beginning, a new opportunity, or a new birth of self, patience
Racoon ~ industrious personality, multiple homes, bandit, shy, determination
Raven ~ trickster, mischievous, denotes watchfulness, self-survival, fatalism and despair
Rhino ~ durability, strength
Road Runner ~ speed, agility, cleverness
Rooster ~ denotes an awakening of ideas or spirituality, cocky behaviour, aggressiveness

Stork ~ fertility, creation, longevity, good fortune, meditation, contemplation
Seashell ~ denotes spiritual gifts
Sheep ~ lack of individuality
Skunk ~ desire for justice to prevail
Snail ~ denotes a slow, cautious attitude, considered self-sufficient
Snake ~ cleverness, proceeding with discernment, can relate to an aggressive person, temptation, sneakiness, growth, change
Snapping Turtle ~ retaliation in a negative situation
Spider ~ universal connection, conniving individual, a warning against a temptation or habit
Squirrel ~ distraction, telling stories, elusive
Swan ~ personal spiritual nature of grace, purity, it has black flesh and is a symbol of hypocrisy
Salmon ~ instinct, persistence, determination
Scorpion ~ defence, self-protection
Seahorse ~ confidence, grace
Shark ~ hunter, survival
Skunk ~ wary, conspicuous, and intense
Snake ~ shrewdness, transformation
Spider ~ creative, pattern of life
Squirrel ~ trusting, innocence
Swan ~ grace, balance, festive

Tadpole ~ denotes spiritual immaturity
Tiger ~ aggression, emotionally erratic, severe nature, re-evaluate oneself, maternal instincts
Turkey ~ smart, elusive, promise of acquisition of food, clothing, and work
Turtle ~ self-contained creative source, connection to earth, longevity, fertility and unwavering vitality, great patience

Vulture ~ greedy and aggressive individuals, considered prophetic
Whale ~ wisdom, power, spiritual generosity, giving and compassionate individual
Wolf ~ loyalty, success, perseverance, clever and evasive person, infers self-interest, leader or a team player, omen of victory, represents alert caution

Zebra ~ family-oriented, alert

Interpretation of Flowers

Acorn ~ Nordic symbol of life and immortality
Aloe ~ grief
Apple Blossoms ~ hope, good fortune, better things to come
Aster ~ symbol of love, daintiness
Azalea ~ take care of yourself for me, temperance, fragile passion, Chinese symbol of womanhood, fragility

Baby's Breath ~ everlasting love, pure in love
Bird of Paradise ~ magnificence
Bluebell ~ humility, constancy
Bulrush ~ indiscretion, docility
Buttercup ~ childishness, cheerfulness

Cactus ~ endurance
Calla Lily ~ splendid beauty
Carnation (general) ~ fascination, woman love, bonds of affection, health and energy, carnation (pink) I'll never forget you; (red) my heart aches for you, admiration; (purple) capriciousness, whimsical; (solid color) yes; (striped) no, refusal, sorry i can't be with you, wish I could be with you; (white) sweet and lovely, innocence, pure love, woman's good luck gift; (yellow) you have disappointed me, rejection;
Cattail ~ peace, prosperity
Clover ~ (four leaf) good luck, be mine
Corn ~ riches
Cornflower ~ delicacy, refinement

Daffodil ~ regard, respect, unrequited love, you're the only one, the sun is always shining when I'm with you
Daisy ~ innocence, loyal love, faith, cheer, simplicity
Dandelion ~ faithfulness, devotion, happiness, wishes come true

Fern ~ magic, fascination, confidence and shelter
Fern ~ (maidenhair) secret bond of love
Forget—me—not ~ true love, memories

Gladiolus ~ love at first sight, ready—armed, strength of character, generosity
Grass ~ surrender

Holly ~ defence, domestic happiness
Hydrangea ~ thank you for understanding, frigidity, heartlessness

Iris-fleur-de-lis ~ emblem of France, your friendship means so much to me, warmth of affection, faith, hope, wisdom, valour, my compliments
Ivy ~ love, fidelity, marriage, friendship
Lavender ~ devotion, distrust
Leaves ~ (all colours) melancholy
Lilac ~ (purple) first emotions of love; (white) youthful innocence, purity, sweetness
Lily ~ (calla) beauty; (day) coquetry, Chinese emblem for mother; (orange) hatred; (tiger) wealth, pride;  (white) virginity, purity, majesty, it's heavenly to be with you; (yellow) I'm walking on air, false and gay; (eucharis) maiden charms; (tiger) wealth, pride
Lily of the Valley ~ sweetness, tears of the Virgin Mary, return to happiness, humility, you've made my life complete

Magnolia ~ perseverance, dignity, nobility
Marigold ~ cruelty, grief, jealousy
Mint ~ virtue
Mistletoe ~ kiss me, affection, to surmount difficulties
Morning Glory ~ affectation

Oak Leaves ~ bravery
Pansy ~ (all colours thoughts, love and happiness
Peony ~ bashfulness, shame, indignation, happy life, happy marriage
Pine ~ hope, pity
Poinsettia ~ be of good cheer
Poppy ~ (general) eternal sleep, oblivion, imagination; (red) pleasure, fantastic extravagance; (white) sleep, consolation; (yellow) wealth, success

Rose ~ (bridal) happy love; (dark crimson) mourning; (deep red) passion, bashful shame; (hibiscus) delicate beauty; (leaf) you may hope;  (orange) desire;(pink) perfect happiness, please believe me, simplicity, grace; (red) love, I love you; (tea) I'll remember always; (thornless) love at first sight, attachment; (white) innocence and purity, I am worthy of you, you're heavenly, secrecy and silence; (white & red mixed) unity, flower emblem of England; (white—dried) death is preferable to loss of virtue; (white with ivy) purity of intentions and promise of fidelity; (withered white) transient impression; (yellow) decrease of love, jealousy, try to care
Rosebud  ~ beauty and youth, a heart innocent of love; (red) pure and lovely; (white) girlhood, a heart ignorant of love; (moss) confessions of love
Roses ~ (bouquet of mature blooms) gratitude; (single full bloom) I love you, I still love you
Strawberry ~ perfect goodness
Sunflower ~ haughtiness
Tulip ~ (general) perfect lover, frame, flower emblem of Holland; (red) believe me, declaration of love; (variegated) beautiful eyes; (yellow) there's sunshine in your smile, hopeless love
Violet Tulip ~ modesty; (blue) watchfulness, faithfulness, I'll always be true, modesty; (white) let's take a chance
Interpretation of Numbers

1  ~  The Primal Force ~ Individualistic and independent, showing leadership and drive. The 1 is masculine, focused, an originator and self-starter; it is also progressive, strong-willed, courageous, self-reliant and rebellious (in a constructive way)
...as well as... stubborn, selfish, weak and undisciplined, or a pariah.

~  The All-Knowing ~ sensitive, tactful, diplomatic and cooperative, peacemakers, loving, studious and patient, sensual and intuitive, partnerships 
...as well as... discontent, spoiled or lazy, careless, particularly with the truth, oversensitive

3  ~  The Creative Child ~ commitment to the divine source, inspirational, imaginative, expressive communicators and artists, tolerant, joyful, optimistic, inspiring, talented, jovial, youthful, dynamic
 ...as well as... vain, extravagant and prone to complaining. Intolerance, hypocrisy, impatient

4  ~  The Salt of the Earth ~ builders, planners, disciplined, strong, stable, pragmatic, down-to-earth, reliable, dependable, hard-working, extracting, precise, methodical, conscientious, frugal, devoted, trustworthy 
...as well as... 
socially awkward

5  ~  A Dynamic Force ~ energetic, adventurous, daring and freedom-loving, versatility, flexibility, adaptability, curiosity, social, sensual, quick-thinking, witty, courageous and worldly
 ...as well as... instability, chaotic, self-indulgent, irresponsible or careless

6  ~  The Caretaker ~ creativity, responsible, loving, self-sacrificing, protective, sympathetic, compassion, loyalty 
...as well as...  
overprotective, anxiousness, worry, suspicions

7  ~  The Seeker ~ truth, intelligent, analytical, focused, introspective, studious, intuitive, knowledgeable, contemplative, serious, persevering, refined 
...as well as...  aloof, distant, sarcastic

8  ~  Balance and Power ~ honesty, integrity, authoritative, business-minded leaders, balanced, materially detached, successful and realistic, good judge of character ...as well as...  cruel, insensitive, violent, bullish or greedy

9  ~  Global Awareness ~ humanitarian, spiritual minded individual, helpful, compassionate, sophisticated, charitable, generous, humanitarian, romantic, cooperative, creative, self-sufficient, proud and self-sacrificing ...as well as... egocentric, arrogant, self-pitying, sentimental, discontent, fickle, cold or mentally unstable