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Posted on February 22, 2012 at 11:45 AM Comments comments (0)

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The ForgottenChakras: The Feet

“…to give light to those whosit in darkness and in the shadow of death, and to guide our feet into the pathof peace”

~Luke 1:79

Along with our system of sevenmain physical Chakras, we have a web of auxiliary energy centers, or lesserchakras, that provide a wide spectrum of energy influx into our system. They are often ignored and neglected. 

One of them is the system ofchakras for the feet. Located on the base, or sole, of our feet; it has as aprimordial purpose the discharge the “electrical” streams generated as anconsequence of the normal activities and functions of the physical body.

These small, but important, chakra vortexes can be found on the sole of each foot and they work in combination with the Muladhara Chakra or base chakra, along with other minor chakras in thelegs to create a stable lattice foundation for our physical existence.

Whenthey function harmonically, the Feet Chakras ensure a constant flow ofcommunication and connection with the energy grids of the Earth to the rest ofthe chakras on our physical and extra-physical bodies.

They were also designed tofacilitate the balancing and assimilation of the Kundalini energy that comesfrom Earth and its magnetic currents.

These energy points act as energytransformers; regulating the intensity and quantity of these energy flows aswell as whether or not they should and should not enter our physical energeticenvironment.

As a general rule of thumb, themore spiritually-inclined a person is, the more they will have the energeticcenters in their bodies responding to energy shifts in an easier way thansomeone who is merely concerned with their own materialistic reality.

The expansion and amplification of the energy centers is directly interrelated withthe expansion of consciousness of the individual and their discerningcapability to apprehend the understanding of the multi-dimensionality of life,planes of existence and the interconnectedness of all.


“Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.”

~Psalm 119:105

From a shamanic perspective, it is believedthat below the soles of our feet resides what shamans call the auric chrysalis.

From these centers, we receive the energy of Mother Earth as a tree receivesnourishment from its roots connected to the soil.  At the other physical pole of our bodies, above the crown chakra, we find the auric dome ofour energetic system.

This closed energy scheme in its turn connects andinteracts with the Earthly auric fields.

Each foot holds a vortex on thecenter of arch.

They tend to be smaller than the other normal chakras of thebody, usually varying between 5 to 7 centimeters of diameter when fully opened.

This chakra does not have a specific color, but normally they presentthemselves in tones of earth colors, such as brown, and with reddish hues, asthey are directly connected with the energy of the first Chakra.

“He lifted me out of the slimypit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm placeto stand.”

~ Psalm 40:2

As the hand chakras, the foot chakras arealso very expressive and receptive; during grounding exercises, they facilitatethe channeling of the Earth energies.

The health the feet is not only relatedto the ability to stay in the physical body, but to the capability of it.

The health of the foot chakra is directly related to our ability to not only to become grounded inside of the physical body while, at the same time, tomanifest the spiritual skill of being an anchor of Light, with the multidimensional ability to actively interact with the world at large, in realtime, while being a “point of sacrificial fire” for your Higher Self.

The capability to be anchored shows an integrated ability to harmonize your spirit and body tunefully, and itis an important skill to develop in the path of self-awareness andself-realization.

“The Feet have a vitalpsychological importance in our lives, because they represent our contact withour immediate reality, the ground, the law of gravity; physically, the lack ofbalance on the feet, affects the harmony and performance of our whole structure.”

The ForgottenChakras:

The Feet Part II

The eye cannot say to the hand, “I don’tneed you!” And the head cannot say to the feet, “I don’t need you!”

~1 Corinthians 12:21

In the previous article we discussed the importance of the health of the feet chakra and their strategic importance in the daily centering and grounding activities.

We cannot stress enough their significance for those that are called to perform the healing arts: though energetic healing, spiritual counseling or any other metaphysical activity.

In terms of initiation, accordingto ancient traditions, the feet are the very last before one can graduate invarious schools of wisdom, because they are related to the 12thinitiation. Symbolically, the 12th initiation is associated to the12th sign of Pisces.

It is no surprise to notice that the feet arethe part of the physical body that relate to the last sign of the Zodiac wheel.

It is not a surprise to connect the dots and realize that the symbol of the Christian era is the Fish.

It signifies that everyone that accomplishes thetrials required by this last stage is able to stand on their own two feet as acompletely self-realized Human being.

It is said that during the last supper,Christ Jesus performed the ceremony known as the washing of the feet for hisapostles.

This is one of the more significant gestures of love and devotionfrom a master to his disciples: the last of the Christic Initiation.

The feet chakras are no commonenergy centers.  They relate not only to the energies of grounding andmanifesting of our live purposes, but they also retain the memories of the manypaths our soul has trailed on earth and beyond through our previous life times.


Description of ExternalPoints for the Feet Chakra

The foot chakra is an energyvortex that extends downward from the sole of the foot and correspondingly ismirrored and extends upward from the top of the foot.

The Right Foot:

“I will keep you in the rightpath”

Point1 Out top-outward direction: express thecollection of energies accumulated through “questionable acts to others” inthis life time.

Point 2 Out top inward direction: the reservoir orstorehouse of all questionable deeds towards others we have accrued during pastlives due to stared rages against others that stepped on us.

The right foot is also responsiblefor the ability to perform astral travels and to insure good restful sleep.

“…For you have delivered me fromdeath and my feet from stumbling, that I may walk before God in the light oflife.”

~Psalm 56:13

Energy work on the right foot can release pastsamskaras, which are holographic memories of karmic deeds already learned, andopen us to do towards others in an unconditional and unattached way. All theaccumulated energies in the right foot are the result of struggle forinfluence, power and dominance: the real concept of stepping upon others. Theaccurate meaning of this chakra is to not allow people to step on us. It shouldbe a protector chakra, but we as humans tend to overdo things and get caught upin the energy of egoic revenge.  In other words, our inherentpredisposition for taking wrong action against others for indulgence of Self.The energetic polarities of this foot are mostly male.

The Left Foot: main Chakra (description of the externalpoints)

“I will keep you on the ascensionpath, so you may absorb again failed lessons”

The left foot stores mainly afeminine type of energy; playful, nurturing and encouraging. It retains the registries of all your accomplishments and realizations, the life lessons and plethora of experiences of your soul that were learned and incorporated in yourlife theme, your energetic blueprint. It expresses the joy of accomplishmentsand the positive influence on all the lives one has touched. 

This is your balance point of our personal free will choices. It is a point where activelywe can experience the karmic balance as an outcome of our past experiences inlifetimes.

“He lifted me out of the slimypit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm placeto stand.”

~Psalm 40:2

Point1. Left foot out top –outwarddirection.  Expression of the energy gathered through lifetimes livedunder the sphere of the Oversoul.

Point2. Left foot out top – inwarddirection.  Contains the essence of a joyful being that is creating one’sfuture incarnations, which are susceptible to adjustments up until they arebrought into play in the right divine time.

Point3.Left foot under the sole –outward direction. Vortex where the karma of past life times balances itself.

Point4.Left foot under the sole –inward direction. Energetic point that stores constructive memories fromlifetimes where lessons were actively learned and had a positive outcome, evenwhen the experiences where not easy.

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Charles Tart takes a 50-year perspective on mind

Posted on February 20, 2012 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Dr. Charles T. Tart (born 1937) is an American psychologist  known for his psychological work on the nature of consciousness (particularly altered states of consciousness), as one of the founders of the field of transpersonal psychology, and for his research in scientific parapsychology. He earned his Ph. D. in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1963.

His first books, Altered States of Consciousness (1969) and Transpersonal Psychologies (1975), became widely used texts that were instrumental in allowing these areas to become part of modern psychology.

The eminent Dr. Charles T. Tart, one of the founders of transpersonal psychology, recently took a moment in his blog to retrospect on decades of work in psychology and transpersonal thought and encapsulate it all in about 900 words.

Here’s a snip from “What I Understand about Mind and Reality 50 Year Perspective”:

High quality scientific data. as well as human experience. make it clear that some kinds of psi are real, and. while interpretation of the data are complex, there is excellent evidence for some kind(s) of post-mortem survival and reincarnation, so these should be treated as facts of nature, and an empirically adequate metaphysics must somehow accommodate them.

As to the kinds of psi that are real or maybe real, see the distinctions I ve made between the Big Five (telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, psychokinesis and psychic healing) and the Many Maybes in my The End of Materialism:

How Evidence of the Paranormal is Bringing Science and Spirit Together.Existing data and theorizing suggest it would be worth while to postulate that reality is, at bottom, in some sense, mental  in character, and the inescapable everyday phenomenal distinction between mind and matter vanishes at some level beneath or beyond that of everyday appearances.

Investigations conducted from this premise will probably be very fruitful.It is classical, Newtonian physics that seems to say psi phenomena can t happen, but in some versions of quantum theory, one of the most successful theories in the history of science, consciousness is an inherent part of reality and psi, in some versions, either is possible or, indeed, is required.

Ordinary consciousness, a semi-arbitrary construction emerging from the brain and the ultimate nature of mind, is very useful in myriad ways but may not be capable of some kinds of needed understandings.

Thus observations and ideas obtained from investigation in various altered states of consciousness (ASCs) need to be refined, expanded and tested for their usefulness in further understanding the nature of mind and reality, along the lines of creating state-specific sciences, as proposed by me in Science in 1972 (article available on my site.


Posted on January 22, 2012 at 9:30 AM Comments comments (0)


Violet or Purple

Color                            cycles per second                            Wavelength

Violet                           789.473.684.210.500                         3800 Angstroms

                                                                                               380–450 nm



As the name of a color, violet is synonymous with a bluish purple,when the word "purple" is used in the common English language sense of any color between blue and red, not including either blue or red.

Since Isaac Newton listed violet as his name for thecolor of the short-wavelength end of the visiblespectrum (approximately 380–450 nm), when both of the names purple and violetare used within the same system, violet represents colors nearer toblue, while purple is used for colors more nearly between violet and redon what is called in color theory the lineof purples.

Objects reflecting only light wavelengths in theaforementioned “violet range” would appear very dark, because human vision isrelatively insensitive to those wavelengths, but the color of a monochromaticlight source emitting only those wavelengths can be roughly approximated by thecolor shown below as electric violet. A pale tint of violet is lavender.

Purple is a general term for the range of shades of color occurring betweenred and blue. In color theory, a 'purple' is defined as any non-spectral colorbetween violet and red. The spectral color violet is not a purple.

In art, purple is the color on the color wheel between magenta and violet andits tints and shades. This color, electric purple, is shown below.

Violet is a spectral color (approximately 380–420 nm), of a shorterwavelength than blue, while purple is a combination of red and blue or violetlight. The purples are colors that are not spectral colors – purples areextra-spectral colors. In fact, purple was not present on Newton's color wheel(which went directly from violet to red), though it is on modern ones, betweenred and violet. There is no such thing as the "wavelength of purplelight"; it only exists as a combination.

Pure violet cannot be reproduced by a Red-Green-Blue (RGB) color system, butit can be approximated by mixing blue and red. The resulting color has the samehue but a lower saturation than pure violet.

One interesting psychophysical feature of the two colors that can be used toseparate them is their appearance with increase of light intensity. Violet, aslight intensity increases, appears to take on a far more blue hue as a resultof what is known as the Bezold-Brücke shift. The same increase in blueness isnot noted in purples.


Purple or violet is associated with regality, and nobility(stemming from its use in heraldry to denote gentry). Purple is the symbol of royalty and wealth.

Purple also represents wisdom and spirituality.

Purple does not often occur innature, it can sometimes appear exotic or artificial.

Physiological Effect: Violet has shown to alleviate conditions suchas sunburn due to its purifying and antiseptic effect. This color alsosuppresses hunger and balances the body's metabolism. Indigo, a lighter purple,has been used by doctors in Texas as an anesthesia in minor operations becauseits narcotic "A soothing or numbing agent."qualities

Psychological Effect: Purples have been used in the care of mental ofnervous disorders because they have shown to help balance the mind andtransform obsessions and fears. Indigo is often associated with the right sideof the brain; stimulating intuition and imagination. Violet is associated withbringing peace and combating shock and fear. Violet has a cleansing effect withemotional disturbances. Also, this color is related to sensitivity to beauty,high ideals and stimulates creativity, spirituality and compassion. Psychicpower and protection has also been associated with violet.

In metaphysics purple connectswith the crown chakra. Observing the aura with their thirdeye report that those who are practicing energetic healing often have aviolet aura. It is said that people with violet auras are forward looking particularpeople who may be in occupations such as performanceartist, photographer, astronaut,futurist, or quantum physicist and researcher.

In healing purple is good for emotional problems, rheumatism, epilepsy,reducing pain, deep tissue work, bones.  

The Violet Flame is supposedly charged with the light of divine freedom. Itis used to burn off karma from other lifetimes on all levels.

VIOLET/PURPLE relates to the CROWN chakra which is at the top of the headThe related organ to this chakra is the brain and the endocrine gland is thepineal gland.

Violet relates to self knowledge/ spiritual awareness. It is the union withyour higher self, with spirituality, and your higher consciousness.

Violet is the highest colour in the visible spectrum. This colour is knownas one of the "cool" colours. It has a very calming effect on us andis, therefore, very helpful for those people experiencing sleep difficulties orstress. However, it can be contra-indicated for those suffering from depressivedisorders.

Some of the associated problems relating to the crown chakra are Depression,Parkinson's disease, Schizophrenia, Epilepsy, Senile dementia, Alzheimer's ,many mental disorders, confusion, dizziness, and even just feeling as if onehas a muzzy head.

SomePositive and negative aspects of the colour

Violet positive aspects of this colour

Reverence for all life

Outstanding in their chosen job

Great mental powers


Pure idealists

Self sacrificing

negative aspects of this colour

Feelings of superiority

Flaunt power

Morbid interest in black magic or Spiritual awareness mysticism

No concern for others


Lack of contact with reality


Using Violet in Therapy Violet, being the colour relating to our spiritual connection, can be veryhelpful for meditation and any spiritual matters.(Violet is used a great dealwithin religions across the world).

Indigo can also be helpful for meditation as it is the colour relating toour intuition.


Feng Shui


In your feng shui color applications, color purple should be used withmoderation. It is a very strong, high vibration color, the color of connectionto the spiritual realms (7th chakra.)


Feng shui-wise, it is not recommended as a wall color for a home. Many fengshui masters believe that color purple on the wall (or an overwhelming amountof it in any feng shui decor applications) may trigger blood disease. True ornot, color purple is a very high vibration color and the feng shui advice is touse it sparingly.


The only feng shui spaces purple color can be used freely are a healing room ora meditation space.


Use in moderation throughout your home or go for much lighter color tones, likelavender. Limit the purple color in the feng shui bagua areas of East andSoutheast areas, as well as the West.


An excellent way to bring the royal purple in your environment is with Amethyst,one of the most



Posted on January 22, 2012 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)




Color                          cyclesper second                         Wavelength

Indigo                        652.                  4800Angstroms

                                                                                       420 and 450 nm


Frequency 715–665 THz

Indigo is a color named after the blue dye derived from the plant Indigoferatinctoria and related species. The color is placed on the electromagneticspectrum between about 420 and 450 nm in wavelength, placing it between blueand violet. Although traditionally considered one of seven divisions of the rainbowor the optical spectrum, modern color scientists do not usually recognizeindigo as a separate division and generally classify wavelengths shorter thanabout 450 nm as violet. Optical scientists Hardy and Perrin list indigo asbetween 446 and 464 nm wavelength.


India is believed to be the oldest center of indigo dyeing in the Old World.It was a primary supplier of indigo dye, derived from the plant Indigoferatinctoria, to Europe as early as the Greco-Roman era. The association ofIndia with indigo is reflected in the Greek word for the 'dye,' which was indikon(ινδικόν). The Romans used the term indicum, which passed into Italiandialect and eventually into English as the word indigo. The country of ElSalvador has been the biggest producer of indigo.

The same indigo dye is contained in the woad plant, Isatis tinctoria,for a long time the main source of blue dye in Europe. Woad was replaced bytrue indigo as trade routes opened up, and both are now largely replaced bysynthetic dyes.

Though the word indigo has existed in English since the 13th century, it maynever have been a common part of the basic color-naming system. The mental mapsof English speakers appear to contain just six basic spectral colors: red,orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.




The color electric indigo is used tosymbolically represent the sixth chakra (called Ajna), which is said toinclude the third eye. This chakra is believed to be related to intuitionand gnosis (spiritual knowledge).

In New Age philosophy, indigo isregarded as representing intuition.

In the aurawith their third eye generally associate indigo, in auras, with an interest in religionor with intense spirituality and intuition. Indigo children are said to havepredominately indigo auras. People with indigo auras are said to be inoccupations such as computer analyst, animal caretaker, and counselor.

The color indigo is the color ofintuition and perception and is helpful in opening the third eye. It promotesdeep concentration during times of introspection and meditation, helping youachieve deeper levels of consciousness. It is a color which relates to the"New Age" - the ability to use the Higher Mind to see beyond thenormal senses with great powers of perception. It relies on intuition ratherthan gut feeling.

Indigo is a deep midnight blue. Itis a combination of deep blue and violet and holds the attributes of both thesecolors.

Service to humanity is one of thestrengths of the color indigo. Powerful and dignified, indigo conveys integrityand deep sincerity.

The color meaning of indigo reflectsgreat devotion, wisdom and justice along with fairness and impartiality. It isa defender of people's rights to the end.

Structure creates identity andmeaning for indigo. In fact an indigo person cannot function without structure- it throws them right off balance. Organization is very important to them andthey can be quite inflexible when it comes to order in their lives.

Indigo loves rituals and traditions,religion and the institutional system, conforming to things that have worked inthe past while planning for the future.

Indigo stimulates right brain orcreative activity and helps with spatial skills. It is a dramatic colorrelating to the world of the theater, which, during times of stress becomes thedrama queen, making a mountain out of a molehill!

The negative color meaning of indigorelates to fanaticism and addiction. Its addiction encompasses everything froma need for recognized qualifications to a need for illegal drugs, from theworkaholic to the religious fanatic.

Indigo can be narrow-minded,intolerant and prejudiced.



Physiological Effect:  indigo hasshown to alleviate conditions such as sunburn due to its purifying andantiseptic effect. This color also suppresses hunger and balances the body'smetabolism. Indigo, a lighter purple, has been used by doctors in Texas as ananesthesia in minor operations because its narcotic "A soothing ornumbing agent." qualities

Psychological Effect: Purples and Indigo have been used in the careof mental of nervous disorders because they have shown to help balance the mindand transform obsessions and fears. Indigo is often associated with the rightside of the brain; stimulating intuition and imagination. Violet is associatedwith bringing peace and combating shock and fear. Violet has a cleansing effectwith emotional disturbances. Also, this color is related to sensitivity tobeauty, high ideals and stimulates creativity, spirituality and compassion.Psychic power and protection has also been associated with violet.

INDIGO relates to the BROW chakra or third eye which is in the centre of theforehead The related organs to this chakra are the eyes, lower head and sinusesand the endocrine gland is the pituitary gland.

Indigo relates to self responsibility, that is to say, being responsible forone's own life; responsibility to oneself to follow the soul's path and needsand trusting one's own intuition. The ability to see things from a 'higher'viewpoint rather than purely for satisfaction of the ego or one's materialcomfort. Intuitive messages are unique to you and are for your own personal

Some of the associated problems relating to the brow chakra are:- tensionheadache, migraine, visual defects, short-sightedness, long-sightedness,glaucoma, cataracts, catarrh, sinus problems, some ear problems.

Some Positive and negative aspects of the colour Indigo positive aspects of this colour

Highly intuitive


Sense of unity


Devotion to duty


negative aspects of this colour







Depressed easily

Using Indigo Therapy Indigo is a sedative and it helps to open up our intuition. The colour ofdivine knowledge and the higher mind. Not suitable for areas for entertainmentbut for more 'quiet' places. Bedrooms or treatment rooms for example. Somepeople find indigo is helpful for studying so this colour could be used as partof the decor of a library or study

Feng Shui


In your feng shui color applications, color purple and indigo should be usedwith moderation. It is a very strong, high vibration color, the color ofconnection to the spiritual realms (6 and 7th chakra.)


Feng shui-wise, it is not recommended as a wall color for a home. Many fengshui masters believe that color purple on the wall (or an overwhelming amountof it in any feng shui decor applications) may trigger blood disease. True ornot, color purple and indigo have a very high vibration color and the feng shuiadvice is to use it sparingly.


The only feng shui spaces purple color can be used freely are a healing room ora meditation space.


Use in moderation throughout your home or go for much lighter color tones, likelavender. Limit the purple color in the feng shui bagua areas of East andSoutheast areas, as well as the West.


An excellent way to bring the royal purple or indigo in your environment iswith Amethyst, one of the most



Posted on January 22, 2012 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (0)




Color                            cycles per second              Wavelength

Blue                             588.         5100 Angstroms

                                                                                440-490 nm

                                                                                495-440 Hz

Blue is a color, the perception ofwhich is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelengthof roughly 440-490 nm. It is considered one of the additive primary colours.

On the HSV Color Wheel, thecomplement of blue is yellow; that is, a colour corresponding to an equalmixture of red and green light. On a color wheel based on traditional colourtheory (RYB), the complementary colour to blue is considered to be orange(based on the Munsell color wheel).

The English language commonly uses"blue" to refer to any colour from navy blue to cyan. The word itselfis derived from the Old French word bleu.

In the English language, blue mayrefer to the feeling of sadness. "He was feeling blue".

Many languages do not have separateterms for blue and or green, instead using a cover term for both (when theissue is discussed in linguistics, this cover term is sometimes called grue inEnglish). Blue is commonly used on internet browsers to colour a link that hasnot been clicked; when a link has been clicked it changes yellow or orange orpurple.


Blue is described as a favoritecolor by many people and is the color most preferred by men.

Blue calls to mind feelings ofcalmness or serenity. It is often described as peaceful, tranquil, secure,and orderly.

Blue can also create feelings of sadnessor aloofness.

Blue is often used to decorateoffices because research has shown that people are more productive in bluerooms.


Blue is one of the most popularcolors, but it is one of the least appetizing. Some weight loss planseven recommend eating your food off of a blue plate. Blue rarely occursnaturally in food aside from blueberries and some plums. Also, humans aregeared to avoid foods that are poisonous and blue coloring in food is often asign of spoilage or poison.

Blue can also lower the pulserate and body temperature.

Consider how blue is used in language:blue moon, blue Monday, blue blood, the blues, and blue ribbon.

Look at the use of blue in thisimage. How does blue make you feel? Do you associate blue with certainqualities or situations? Read what others have to say and share your ownreactions in the links below.


Blue is the color of truth, serenityand harmony, by helping to soothe the mind. It is good for cooling, calming,reconstructing and protecting. good for fevers, calming the body and mind,raising frequency, etc.

Blue is the color of electricity. Weexperience in a program created by electromagnetic energy that had a beginningand is evolving out of physical consciousness.

Blue connects with the third eyechakra.

Blue relates to the future in lineartime as it is a faster moving frequency than we experience in the physical.Consciousness is moving into the blue. (Midnight) Blue takes us to 12:00, 12around 1 creational geometry, 2012 Mayan Calendar Prophecy, Hopi Blue KachinaProphecies, Isis/Sirius, and moon.

Despite the color's gloomyconnotations, exposure to blue light can increase confidence and boosthappiness levels, research suggests. Researchers exposed a group of volunteersto a range of colors and lights. They found that blue and green made malesubjects feel happier, while blue, purple and orange did the same for women.

BLUE relates to the Throat Chakra.Associated organs to this chakra are the throat, lungs and the endocrine glandis the thyroid gland. The upper digestive tract can be affected by imbalance inthis area.

Blue relates to self expression. Speech, communication, the ability tocommunicate our needs and requirements. Spirit of truth and purpose.

 Some associated problems relating to the throat chakra are: Thyroid problems- over active/ under-active; Anorexia nervosa this is a multi-chakra problem,but has a strong connection to the throat chakra; asthma; bronchitis; hearingproblems; tinnitus - may also be connected to problems with the brow chakra;problems of the upper digestive tract; mouth ulcers, sore throats, tonsillitis.

Some Positive and negative aspects of the colour Blue positive aspects of this colour




negative aspects of this colour





Using Blue in Therapy BLUE Calming, relaxing and healing. Not as sedating as indigo. Also thecolour of communication. Can be used in any rooms except those used forphysical activity or play.

Feng Shui


Blue is a magnificent feng shui color. It ranges from gentle aqua blue to theblue-green of the ocean to the deep indigo blue of the crown chakra. In fengshui, we associate blue with the clear sky and the healing, refreshing waters.


Feng shui-wise, color blue belongs to the Water feng shui element. This coloris excellent for use in the feng shui bagua areas of East (Health & Family)and Southeast (Wealth & Abundance) of your home or office, as Water energynourishes the Wood element of these two feng shui areas.


You can bring the needed blue color as wall color, art depicting blue, orvarious decor items.




Gentle blue is an excellent feng shui choice for a home office or a child'sstudy, especially as a ceiling color. Several studies have shown that childrenperformed better under the blue-colored ceiling then under the typical whitecolor one.


Light blue is also the feng shui color of harmonious expansion and gentlegrowth, while darker blue evokes the feng shui energy of deep calm andserenity.


Depending on your feng shui priorities, you might want to introduce some deepblue elements into your bedroom to promote better sleep or a gentle playfulaqua in the living room of a big and busy family.


Deep blue should be used sparingly in the feng shui areas of South, Northwestand West areas of your home or office, and freely in the North, East andSoutheast.


One of the most calming feng shui combinations is the combination of the blueand white colors, as it brings the energy of unlimited sky and happiness to one'shome.



Posted on January 22, 2012 at 5:05 AM Comments comments (0)




Color                       cyclesper second                      Wavelength

Green                     517.241.379.310.300                5800 Angstroms


                                                                                 570-495 Hz

Green is a color, the perception ofwhich is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with awavelength of roughly 520-570-nm. In the subtractive color system, it is not aprimary color, but is created out of a mixture of yellow and blue, or yellowand cyan; it is considered one of the additive primary colors. On the HSV colorwheel, the complement of green is magenta; that is, a purple colorcorresponding to an equal mixture of red and blue light. On a color wheel basedon traditional color theory (RYB), the complementary color to green isconsidered to be red.

The word green is closely related tothe Old English verb growan, 'to grow'. It is used to describe plants or theocean. Sometimes it can also describe someone who is inexperienced, jealous, orsick. In America, green is a slang term for money, among other things. Severalcolloquialisms have derived from these meanings, such as 'green around thegills', a phrase used to describe a person who looks ill.

Several minerals have a green color,including the emerald, which is colored green by its chromium content. Animalssuch as frogs, lizards, and other reptiles and amphibians, fish, insects, andbirds, appear green because of a mixture of layers of blue and green coloringon their skin. By far the largest contributor to green in nature ischlorophyll, the chemical by which plants photosynthesize. Many creatures haveadapted to their green environments by taking on a green hue themselves ascamouflage.

Culturally, green has broad andsometimes contradictory meanings. In some cultures, green symbolizes hope andgrowth, while in others, it is associated with death, sickness, envy or thedevil.

The most common associations,however, are found in its ties to nature. Green is also associated with regeneration,fertility and rebirth for its connections to nature. Recent political groupshave taken on the color as symbol of environmental protection and socialjustice, and consider themselves part of the Green movement, some namingthemselves Green parties. This has led to similar campaigns in advertising, ascompanies have sold green, or environmentally friendly, products.

The word green comes from the OldEnglish word grene, or, in its older form, groeni. This adjective is closelyrelated to the Old English verb growan (to grow) and goes back into WesternGermanic and Scandinavian languages.

The word designates the color on thevisible light spectrum situated between blue and yellow. It is often used todescribe foliage and the sea, and has become a symbol of environmentalism. Italso is combined with other color names to increase specificity, as inblue-green, or with objects, as in emerald green. Green is also used todescribe jealousy and envy, as well as anyone young, inexperienced, or gullible(probably by analogy to unripe, i.e. unready or immature, fruit).

Green is sometimes associated withnausea and sickness.

Lastly, green can communicate safetyto proceed, as in traffic lights.

Some languages have no wordseparating green from blue.


Green is a cool color that symbolizesnature and the natural world.

Green also represents tranquility,good luck, health, and jealousy.

Researchers have also found thatgreen can improve reading ability. Some students may find that laying atransparent sheet of green paper over reading material increases reading speedand comprehension.

Green has long been a symbol offertility and was once the preferred color choice for wedding gowns in the15th-century. Even today, green M & M's (an American chocolate candy) aresaid to send a sexual message.

Green is often used in decoratingfor its calming effect. For example, guests waiting to appear ontelevision programs often wait in a “green room” to relax.

Green is thought to relievestress and help heal. Those who have a green work environment experience


Green represent heart chakra.

Someone with a green aura istypically someone who is in an occupation related to health, such as aphysician or nurse, as well as people who are lovers of nature and theoutdoors.

Green frequency is linked to healingand alchemy.


GREEN relates to the HEART chakra

Associated organs to this chakra are the heart and breasts. The gland is thethymus gland.

This chakra relates to love / self love. that is to say the ability to giveand take unconditionally. When balanced we are able to give this love and alsoto love and nurture ourselves, warts and all.

Some associated problems relating to the heart chakra are:- heart diseases,diseases of the Immune system, for example, Aids and ME (myalgiaencephalomyelitis, sometimes referred to as chronic fatigue syndrome or postviral syndrome); other problems related to the immune system and allergies,cancer of the breast.

SomePositive and negative aspects of the colour Green positive aspects of this colour

negative aspects of this colour


unscrupulous with money








hangs on to possessions


lack of consideration



love of children, animals and nature


Using Green TherapyGreen is a balancing colour, in the middle of the visible spectrum. Thehigher three colours are known as the "cool" colours and are calmingin effect, the lower three are known as the "warm" colours and have astimulating effect. Green is the balance between these two.

When a therapist comes to the end of a colour therapy treatment, he/she willuse green as a balancing colour at the end of a treatment.

Green is the colour of balance and harmony and can, therefore, be helpful intimes of stress. If one has experienced a trauma, a green silk wrapped aroundthe shoulders can have a very therapeutic effect.


Feng Shui


Green is the feng shui color of renewal, fresh energy and new beginnings. Inthe feng shui theory of five elements, color green obviously belongs to theWood element.


Green color is very nourishing to your health, as it calms your nerves andbalances your whole body by bringing healing feng shui vibrations from MotherNature. When working with green color in feng shui, it is important to have atleast several different shades in order to maximize the feng shui energyeffects.


A great way to bring color green in feng shui is with actual plants that havelush green foliage.


The feng shui color of growth and healing, green should be freely used in theEast, Southeast and South feng shui bagua areas of your home or office.


It is best to avoid a strong color green presence in the North bagua area ofyour space.


From fresh spring color of the newly opened leaves to the strong green of amighty oak tree - there are literally hundreds of greens to choose from in yourfeng shui applications.


Study the Bagua, the feng shui energy map of your space and bring the energy ofrenewal into your life with the healing feng shui powers of color green.



Posted on January 22, 2012 at 4:00 AM Comments comments (0)




Color                cycles per second                     Wavelength

Yellow                500.                 6000Angstroms

                                                                             570-580 nm

                                                                             595-570 Hz

Yellow is the color evoked by lightthat stimulates both the L and M (long and medium wavelength) cone cells of theretina about equally, but does not significantly stimulate the S(short-wavelength) cone cells; that is, light with much red and green but notvery much blue.

Light with a wavelength of 570-580nm is yellow, as is light with a suitable mixture of somewhat longer andshorter wavelengths. Yellow's traditional RYB complementary color is purple,violet or indigo. Yellow's colorimetrically defined complementary color in bothRGB and CMYK color spaces is blue.

The word yellow comes from the OldEnglish geolu, which derived from the Proto-Germanic word gelwaz.The oldest known usage of this word in English is in the Old English poemBeowulf, in a description of a shield made of wood from a yew tree.

In the English language, yellow isused to describe objects having the color between green and orange in thevisible light spectrum (gold, egg yolks, sunflowers, etc.). The color isassociated with age and aging, both with people and objects (e.g.yellowed-paper). Ethnographically, the term yellow has also been used as aslang term for both oriental persons and light-skinned African-Americans. Theterm is associated at times with jealousy, as well as cowardliness. Lastly, itis associated with sensational journalistic practices, or yellow journalism,and resistance to militant trade unions.


Yellow is a bright that is oftendescribed as cheery and warm.

Yellow is also the most fatiguingto the eye due to the high amount of light that is reflected. Using yellowas a background on paper or computer monitors can lead to eyestrain or visionloss in extreme cases.

Yellow can also create feelingsof frustration and anger. While it is considered a cheerful color, peopleare more likely to lose their tempers in yellow rooms and babies tend to crymore in yellow rooms.

Yellow can also increase themetabolism.

Since yellow is the most visiblecolor, it is also the most attention-getting color. Yellow can be usedin small amount to draw notice, such as on traffic sign or advertisements.


In metaphysics yellow connects withthe solar plexus.

Yellow is the color of intellect andit is used for mental clarity. Linked to the sun and the lion, it is connectedto source of creation was it's frequency emerges into higher frequencies.

YELLOW relates to the SOLAR PLEXUS chakra, situated below the ribs

The organs to which this chakra relates are the liver, spleen, stomach andsmall intestine. The endocrine gland is the pancreas.

On the psycho-spiritual level, yellow relates to self worth. How we feelabout ourselves and how we feel others perceive us. This is the area of thepersonality, the ego and the intellect and of self confidence.

AssociatedproblemsSome of the associated problems with the solar plexus are:- diabetes,pancreatitis, liver disease, peptic ulcer, Coeliac's disease, gall stones.

Some Positive and negative aspects of the colour Yellow 

positive aspects of this colour

broad minded

good humored




positive and good humored

negative aspects of this colour


looks for flattery

feelings of inferiority

over analytical




UsingYellow in Therapy

Yellow is one of the three colours in the lower half of the visible spectrumIt is known as a "warm" colour and has a stimulating effect. It isthe colour of the intellect and can be very helpful with study and where concentrationis required.

Dig into the meaning andnegative/positive symbolism of yellow as well as the colors that work well withshades of yellow.

Shades of Yellow These words are synonymous with yellow or represent variousshades of the color yellow: banana, cadmium yellow, chartreuse, chiffon, cream,golden, goldenrod, khaki, lemon, mellow yellow, saffron, topaz, yellow ocher.

Hope and Happiness, the Nature and Cultureof Yellow:

Yellow is sunshine. It is a warmcolor that, like red, has conflicting symbolism. On the one hand it denoteshappiness and joy but on the other hand yellow is the color of cowardice anddeceit.

Yellow is one of the warm colors.Because of the high visibility of bright yellow, it is often used for hazardsigns and some emergency vehicles. Yellow is cheerful.

For years yellow ribbons were wornas a sign of hope as women waited from their men to come marching home fromwar. Today, they are still used to welcome home loved ones. Its use for hazardsigns creates an association between yellow and danger, although not quite asdangerous as red.

If someone is yellow it meansthey are a coward so yellow can have a negative meaning in some cultures.

Yellow is for mourning in Egypt andactors of the Middle Ages wore yellow to signify the dead. Yet yellow has alsorepresented courage (Japan), merchants (India), and peace.

Yellow color wakes up any room likethe rising sun. The feng shui color of sunlight, cheerful and uplifting yellowvibes always lighten and brighten any home or office, as well as create a cozy,welcoming feng shui feeling.


From hot sunflower yellow to pale buttery yellow tones - there are many fengshui color options to choose from when you are decorating your office or yourhome.


Yellow color is an excellent feng shui choice for:

your children's roomsthe kitchenthe living room.Any dull,dark room with little sunlight will greatly benefit from a yellow based fengshui decor scheme to compensate for the lack of light and bring the gentlewarmth of the sun.


Yellow color brings the energy of the Fire feng shui element in a gentler waythan red; it is the most enchanting of all colors, as well as easier to"live with" in bigger/larger quantities.


Color researchers believe color yellow to increase self-esteem and strengthenthe overall health and well-being.


Feng shui-wise, use hot yellow in moderation in the feng shui bagua areas ofEast and Southeast of your home, and freely in the Center, South and Northeastbagua areas.



Posted on January 22, 2012 at 2:45 AM Comments comments (5)



Color           cycles per second                   Wavelength

Orange       476.190.476.190.500              6300 Angstroms

                                                                   585 - 620 nm

                                                                   700-625   Hz


The color orange occurs between red and yellow in the visible spectrum at awavelength of about 585 - 620 nm, and has a hue of 30 degrees in HSV colorspace. The complementary color of orange is azure, a slightly greenish blue.Orange pigments are largely in the ochre or cadmium families, and absorb mostlyblue light.

The color is named after the orange fruit, introduced to Europe via theSanskrit word naranja. Before this was introduced to the English-speakingworld, the colour was referred to (in Old English) as geoluhread, whichtranslates into Modern English as yellow-red. The first recorded use of orangeas a color name in English was in 1512, in the court of King Henry VIII. Historicallyand culturally, saffron, red and white have always been the most prominentcolours of Hinduism and have been regularly worn, particularly in religiousceremonies, in India for more than 2000 years.

Orange, or more specifically deep saffron, is the most sacred colour ofHinduism. Orange is used to symbolically represent the second (Swadhisthana)chakra.Hindu and Sikh flags atop mandirs and gurdwaras, respectively, are typically a saffroncoloured pennant. Saffron robes are often worn by Hindu swamis and Buddhist monks in the Theravada tradition. Orangerepresents the sin of gluttony.

Orange, a close relative of red, sparks morecontroversy than any other hue. There is usually strong positive or negativeassociation to orange and true orange generally elicits a stronger "loveit" or "hate it" response than other colors. Fun and flamboyantorange radiates warmth and energy.


Interestingly, some tones of orange, such as terra cotta, peach, and rust havevery broad appeal.

How the colororange affects us physicallyPsychology

The most flamboyant color on the planet! It's the color tied most this funtimes, happy and energetic days, warmth and organic products. It is alsoassociated with ambition. There is nothing even remotely calm associated withthis color. Orange is associated with a new dawn in attitude. Stimulatesactivity, Stimulates appetite, Encourages socialization.

In metaphysics orange connects with the spleen chakra and relates to theSACRAL chakra situated in the lower abdomen .

Orange creates balance. In terms of subtle bodies, it is linked to themental body in both its logical and conceptual form. It is used to increaseimmunity, to increase sexual potency, to help in all digestive ailments, chestand kidney diseases. Orange will have a gentle warming effect if used lightly.

The organs to which this chakra relates are uterus, large bowel, prostate,ovaries and testes. (In the fetus the testes develop in the lower abdomen, thuslinking with the sacral chakra energy, then descending to the scrotum bybirth.) The endocrine glands are the ovaries and testes.

On the psycho-spiritual level, this chakra relates to self respect. That isto say having the ability to give ourselves the freedom to be ourselves and torespect our own boundaries and requirements and, by the same token, havingrespect for the boundaries of others. Orange is the color of creativity and weshould give ourselves the space to have creative time just for us.

AssociatedproblemsSome of the associated problems relating to the sacral chakra are:-pre-menstrual syndrome, problems with menstrual flow, uterine fibroids, ovariancysts, irritable bowel syndrome, endometriosis, testicular disease, prostaticdisease.

Some Positive and negative aspects of the colour Orange 










Destructive attitudes




Difficulty interacting with others

UsingOrange in TherapyIt is interesting that orange is the colour which is the least popular andthe associated issues of orange and the sacral chakra seem to be an area whichpeople find the most difficulty working on.

But orange is such a good colour for us in many ways. It stimulates andenergizes us, and is warming. It is an excellent colour for creativity.

Colours used in the home can be so helpful in providing us with a balancedenvironment. Orange is the colour of fun and sociability and can be used in anyactivity area and creative areas. It is not ideal for bedrooms or areas ofpossible stress.



Color orange is often called the "social" color, as it creates thefeng shui energy to promote lively conversations and good times in your home.In the winter especially it reminds us of summertime dreams, as well asresembles the cheerful flickering of deep and vibrant orange in the log fires.


Feng shui-wise, orange color represents the fire feng shui element and it isbest in the following feng shui bagua areas: South (Fame & Reputation) andSouthwest (Love & Marriage).


Avoid a predominant orange color-theme in the feng shui bagua areas of West andNorthwest, as they are governed by the Metal feng shui element, and Fire melts theMetal in the feng shui cycle of five elements.


The other two feng shui bagua areas to avoid a strong presence of orange colorare East and Southeast, as both are governed by the feng shui element of Wood.Fire burns the Wood in the interplay of five elements, thus the reason to avoidit in these two feng shui bagua areas.


The vibrant and happy orange color is an excellent feng shui choice for the livingroom, dining/kitchen, children's play area or anywhere in your space where youwant to have a playful, lively and pulsating energy.


Usually, it is easier to bring orange color with feng shui decor accessories orjust one feature wall, rather than a full room color.


The softness and warmth of orange makes it a feng shui color easy to live with.At sunsets the light in orange-themed rooms becomes beautifully golden and anurturing feeling to remember.



Posted on January 22, 2012 at 12:40 AM Comments comments (0)


Color                  cycles per second           Wavelength

Red                    384.615.380.000.000         7800 Angstroms


                                                                     700-625 Hz

Red is any of a number of similarcolors evoked by light consisting predominantly of the longest wavelengths oflight discernible by the human eye, in the wavelength range of roughly 625-740nm. Longer wavelengths than this are called infrared, or below red and cannotbe seen by the naked human eye. Red is used as one of the additive primarycolors of light, complementary to cyan, in RGB color systems. Red is also oneof the subtractive primary colors of RYB color space but not CMYK color space.

In human color psychology, red isassociated with heat, energy and blood, and emotions that "stir theblood", including anger, passion, and love.

Red's wavelength has been animportant factor in laser technologies as red lasers, used in early compactdisc technologies, are being replaced by blue lasers, as red's longerwavelength causes the laser's recordings to take up more space on the disc thanblue lasers. Red light is also used to preserve night vision in low-light ornight-time situations, as the rod cells in the human eye aren't sensitive tored. Red is used as one of the additive primary colors of light, complementaryto cyan, in RGB color systems. Red is also one of the subtractive primarycolors of RYB color space but not CMYK color space.

In Sanskrit, the word rudra meansred. In the English language, the word red is associated with the color ofblood, certain flowers (i.e. roses), and ripe fruits (i.e. apples, cherries).Fire is also strongly connected, as is the sun and the sky at sunset.

Healthy people are often said tohave a redness to their skin color (as opposed to be appearing pale).

In astronomy, stars ofspectral type M (the stars with the coolest temperature) are classified as redstars.

Mars is called the Red Planetbecause of the reddish color imparted to its surface by the abundant iron oxidepresent there. Astronomical objects which are moving away from the observerexhibit a red shift.

Jupiter's surface displays a GreatRed Spot, a football-shaped area south of the planet's equator. Astronomersbelieve the spot to be some kind of storm.

Oxygenated blood is red due to thepresence of oxygenated hemoglobin.

Red light is the first to beabsorbed by sea water, so that many fish and marine invertebrates that appearbright red are black in their native habitat.

Meaning of red is  Aggression,anger, blood, blushing, stop, Communism, courage, danger, guilt, energy, fire,hate, hell, honor, leadership, passion, socialism, sacrifice, sex, sin,violence, negativity, warning.

A biblical example is found inIsaiah: "Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be white assnow."

In Roman Catholicism, red representswrath, one of the Seven Deadly Sins. In Christianity, Satan is usually depictedas colored red and/or wearing a red costume in both iconography and popularculture. Statistics have shown that red cars are more likely to be involved inaccidents.

The color red as well associatedwith lust, passion, love, and beauty as well. The association with love andbeauty is possibly related to the use of red roses as a love symbol. Both theGreeks and the Hebrews considered red a symbol of love, as well as sacrifice.Psychological research has shown that men find women who are wearing red moreattractive.

Red is also used as a symbol ofcourage and sacrifice, as in blood spilt in sacrifice or courage in the face oflethal danger.

Red catches people's attention, andis often used either in a negative way to indicate danger and emergency, or ina positive way in advertising to gain more viewers, or in nature, as a ripefruit announces its readiness with its red color. Several studies haveindicated that red carries the strongest reaction of all the colors, with thelevel of reaction decreasing gradually with orange, yellow, and white,respectively. Because of this, scientists have repeatedly recommended red forwarning signals, labels, and signs. Because of these recommendations, red hasseen widespread use as a danger signal, in stop signs, to warn people ofextreme heat or flammability, and even to signal warnings in sports such assoccer.

In metaphysics red connects with theroot chakra.

The color is associated withsexuality in marriage relationships through its connection to heat andfertility. It is also the color of wealth, beauty, and the goddess Lakshmi.

Shades of Red: These words are synonymous with red or representvarious shades of the color red.

blood red, blush, brick, burgundy, carmine, China red (see vermilion), cinnabar(see vermilion), crimson, fire engine red, flame (see scarlet), Indian red,madder, maroon, rose, rouge, ruby, russet (a reddish brown), rust (a reddishbrown), scarlet, tomato, Venetian red, vermilion.


Feng shui colors, when usedproperly, will bring the desired feng shui energy into your home. Red colorcarries the energy of the fire feng shui element. Fire has always been a symbolof divine energy and can be both destructive and creative. Fire represents theenergy of sun and life. A balanced feng shui fire element in your home willbring joy, excitement and strong sexual desire.


The feng shui energy of color red is the energy of arousal. It is hot,passionate, rich and celebratory. Red is the Chinese color of luck andhappiness, the marriage color in India, and the symbolic color of love andromance, courage and passion in the West.


In feng shui color decorating red always signifies richness and luxury. If usedtoo much, though, it can bring restlessness, bursts of anger and overstimulation. Better use it with caution, always easier to bring red color in yourdecor with details and accessories, rather than with furnishings or wall color.


Feng Shui-wise, use color red with most moderation in children's rooms, freelyin the living room, the dining room and the kitchen.

Limitcolor red (the fire feng shui element energy) in the following feng shui areasof your home: East and Southeast (governed by the Wood element), as well asWest and Northwest (governed by the Metal element.)


Being a fire feng shui element color, red is excellent to use in the South fengshui area (Fame & Reputation), as it matches the feng shuielement of this direction.


You can also use color red in the feng shui areas with the earth element, asfire nourishes earth in the productive cycle of the five elements. The earthfeng shui element areas are the Center, as well as Southwest and Northeast.




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