Well I picked up a book my mum was reading and initially thought, pah, load of hobbletosh, but after reading into it a bit I thought it was a very interesting pesonality book. It's by someone called Pamala Oslie. What it basically does it split various 'auras', 'which I'm assuming in this sense are traits or character types, personalities, and assigns them a colour or colour combination. The labelling isn't so important other than to simply give your type a label, but it's the description in each aura that is really interesting. After scanning the book I am pretty convinced I'm a violet/tan, which, summed up, is pretty much an amalgamation of logic and order twinned with a passionate desire to make a difference, act and take steps to get somewhere other people might find impossible. There is also simply 'violet' and 3 different sorts of 'tans', 'logical', 'emotional' and another kind i can't remember. Although the author is a 'professional psychic' and I often steer clear of people with those titles, the book is pretty much devoid of hocus pocus and instead focuses on pure feelings and reactions that various people feel. That makes it real and certainly reading a set of characteristics that match your own positively reinforces any flagging confidence you might be feeling. I was impressed with how my personality, or 'aura', matched almost perfectly with selected colours, and not on a horoscope level of interpretation like 'oh, that could be me'. I would certainly recommend giving it a go, especially if anyone is feeling a little bleak on their future or who they are. It's called Life Colors.