Over the next few posts we’ll look at the 7 chakra coloursas well as white and black. Each chakra colour has influence on a physical, emotional and mental level. We’ll also see how the colour is reflected in our clothes and décor. The last in this series was Indigo.
Today we’re looking at the colour VIOLET
The Crown chakra is the very top of the head. It’s colour is VIOLET
- Physically – This chakra is associated with the brain and pineal gland. It is interconnected with all the other chakras so an imbalance here is also reflected in most of the others as well.
- Emotionally – Allows you to show love and compassion. You feel kindness and gentleness to your fellow man. On the negative side is a domineering, forceful person. Or you may deny your needs to the point of self sacrifice or martyrdom.
- Mentally – Related to your spiritual quality, state of consciousness and level of maturity. It reflects your inner strength, your wisdom, and ability to see life positively. The opposite side you may believe yourself inferior and try to control situations or people. You are reluctant to admit your faults and failings, making it difficult to let go of past situations.
The colour Violet opens you to all your dreams !
Visualization and Meditation with VIOLET
Use the colour Violet in meditation visualisation techniques where you let Violet wash over and around you. Violet has the highest vibration in the visible spectrum. It helps you get in touch with your deeper subconscious thoughts.
Psychological Effects of the colour VIOLET in Clothes
Violet generates feelings of self respect, dignity and self worth. The traditional meaning is that of spiritual fulfillment. Violet encourages creative pursuits and seeks inspiration and originality through its creative endeavors. Many artists wear violet.Violet inspires creativity with intellect!
The colour VIOLET in Décor
Violet is associated with royalty and the nobility, creating an impression of luxury, wealth and extravagance. It promotes meditation and introspection. In the lighter tints such as lavender use for bedrooms, treatroom rooms or study areas. Pale violet is great for hospital rooms so patients can replenish their sense of self respect and dignity.
Use Violet sparingly in the purer hues as it can lead to escapism, works well with Yellow.
Violet replenishes self respect and dignity!
Conclusion – the colour VIOLET combines wisdom and power, and inspires unconditional love.
Join me – next time we have a look at White
So tell me – How does Violet feel? Are you creative, imaginative, compassionate?
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