Nancy saw a rainbow of colors around all living objects. These colors constantly move and change except for one color which is constant throughout an individual's life. That color shapes and defines the individual's personality and provides focus for each person's unique perceptions. Nancy devoted her life to the systematizing of this information and to sharing it with clients around the world. Understanding Your Life Through Color presents her entire system of information thoroughly. In her new book, Indigos: The Quiet Storm, the Indigo life color is updated and clarified, giving readers a broader understanding of Nancy's perceptions as well as more detailed information on the Indigo process. This new book is available in print and electronic format at amazon.com and other online booksellers. Nancy believed that there are no bad colors. Each color has equal value in the rainbow that is life.
Physical colors are action people. They use their bodies, usually doing first and then thinking. They are the best at "going with the flow." While this color was common in our grandparents' or great grandparents' time, they are no longer being born since we have transitioned out of purely physical times.
Mental colors think and plan. They express themselves with words. They observe, discriminate, and evaluate.
Those with spiritual colors express themselves idealistically. They are here to live and work creatively. They tend to judge and pass judgement.
Floaters do not have life lessons. Indigos are the bridge to the future. Crystals come in during times of transformation to assist others in their lessons. For more information about the Indigo life color, please visit Nancy's indigo website.
Who are the Indigos?
In the 1960's Nancy started to perceive a new life color appearing in infants. She saw it as the color "indigo." Today most people under the age of 30 have this life color. For more information about the Indigos and their special purpose in the universe, please visit Nancy's indigo website.