According to Oslie, humans have numerous bands of color in their aura; while the outer layers are always in flux, the inner layers stay constant and reflect personality and priorities.
She personally designed Love Colors’ 13-question Myers/Briggs-style quiz to help users determine their own colors and pinpoint possible color matches—or clashes.
By Jen Jones With the recent glut of online dating sites, meeting other singles is as easy as a few simple clicks—but how do you meet potential partners with whom you’ll actually click?
Thanks to “conscious dating” websites like Eco Dater and Yoga Connect, connecting with like-minded singles is starting to get a lot easier. We tracked down three user favorites that just [ital: might] help you manifest that New Year’s resolution of finding love in 2011: Love Colors [update 12-14, site may no longer be functional] On this unique site, “What’s your favorite color, baby? Professional psychic Pamala Oslie launched the Santa Barbara-based site last September as a way for singles to connect based on aura compatibility.
" -- John in NC "eliminates awkward first-date conversations about political views!
" -- Denise in AR "better than any dating site I've tried.
“Violets and tans are the exact opposite: violets have big dreams, while tans are very practical and logical,” says Oslie.
“Reds and blues also tend to repel—reds are very physical and sexual, so they don’t like the nurturing, weepy side of a blue.” Oslie says that the questionnaire also helps weed out those who aren’t as serious about their search.
It tends to be shorthand to describe the "deliberate act of paying attention to the present moment, without judgment." While mindfulness has gained traction as a trend, most of us are more familiar with what it feels like to be .
These people turn to online dating websites to find love and happiness.
Some people eat organic meat, others eat no meat and some are pure vegan.
I like not having to sift through piles of profiles!
" -- Carol in CA "Jim was one of my first matches...