GREY  -  All About

Including:  All About GREY  *  GREY Around the World and in History  *  GREY Clothing  -  Wearing GREY Clothes  *  GREY in our Dreams – Dreaming of GREY  *  GREY in the Tarot Cards  *  GREY Crystals and Gemstones  *  GREY in the Aura  *  GREY in the Chakras  *  HEALING with GREY – Colour Therapy and Colour Healing with GREY  *

GREY is a combination of BLACK and WHITE and has the distinction of being a combination of all colours, as well as the absence of colour at the same time. 

GREY is controlled and inconspicuous and is considered to be the colour of compromise, possibly because it sits between the extremes of BLACK and WHITE.

GREY relates to the Element of Air, the Moon, and the ebb and flow of the tide, feminine energies, forbearance, insight and reflection.

GREY indicates that balance must be achieved when two opposing viewpoints are at place, in order to influence an outcome either positively or negatively.

GREY is the colour of the intellect, knowledge and inner-wisdom.  GREY can also symbolize your personal individualism.  GREY encourages and enhances patience and perserverance.

GREY is perceived to be a classic, long-lasting colour that is seen as sleek and refined.  It is the colour of dignity, conservatism and authority.  GREY represents non-involvement and formal authority. GREY is the colour of sorrow.

GREY can also relate to pessimism and can indicate fear, fright, depression, ill-health, confusion and ambivalence.  It can me one feel emotionally distant, detached and/or violated.

GREY has a neutralizing influence, erasing and cancelling situations;  often causing stalemates in circumstances.  GREY can be refined and tactful.

GREY is the symbol for security, dependability and maturity.  It relates to responsibility and conservative practicality.

GREY emphasizes your willingness to comply, encourages detachment and promotes rest and relaxation.

GREY is a perfect neutral, which is why it is often used as a background colour.
The human eye can distinguish approximately 500 shades of GREY.

A person with an aversion to GREY is someone who prefers to get straight to the point, with no time for political and/or tactical attitudes.  They often demand clarity and insist on knowing where everyone stands.

-  GREY is the colour of mourning and repentance, as well as the colour for Lent in Christianity.
-  The Confederate Army wore GREY uniforms during the Civil War in America.
-  Native American Indians associate GREY with friendship.

People who wear GREY clothes are individualistic and self-sufficient, and generally have excellent self-control and prefer to remain aloof and uninvolved in the petty parts of life.

Those who wear GREY often have the tendency to isolate themselves, which can lead to feelings of loneliness. 

People who wear GREY are often those who make good judgements and make for good judges and critics.

GREY often symbolizes a lack of clarity and feeling confused, but alternatively, it also symbolizes deep inner-wisdom.  Seeing the colour grey in a dream may suggest being emotionally detached to something, a situation or someone.

It may also indicate feelings of fear, depression, confusion or ill-health. As the colour GREY indicates depression, feelings of fear and fright, ill-health, confusion and ambivalence, dreaming of GREY may be indicating that you are feeling isolated, detached and/or emotionally distant.

The colour GREY, when appearing in your dreams, may also be symbolizing your individualism.

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GREY is a combination of WHITE and BLACK and has the unusual distinction of being a combination of all colours  -  and absence of color at the same time.

GREY indicates that balance must be achieved when two opposing viewpoints are at play, to influence an outcome either positively or negatively.

Wherever the colour GREY appears in the Tarot deck, it is an indication of inner-knowing, higher knowledge and inner-wisdom.  

JUSTICE (11) vibrates to the essence of GREY.

GREY gemstones and crystals are healing stones that can assist with improving relationships towards more stability.

Botswana Agate, Cat’s Eye Opal, Chalcedony, Chrysoberyl, Dolomite, Galena, Grey Calcite, Grey Cuprite, Grey Moonstone, Grey Muscovite, Grey Quartz, Grey Star Sapphire, Hematite, Howlite, Iolite, Magnetite (Lodestone), Picasso Marble, Pyrolusite, Russian Agate, Tourmalinated Quartz, Water Sapphire (Iolite)

GREY in the AURA
GREY, in varying degrees, is found in the aura of people who have an inborn love of convention, formality and possess a ‘red-tape’ mentality.  GREY in the aura may indicated a lack of imagination and a tendency towards narrow-mindedness.  It is the colour of initiation and can indicate a movement towards unveiling innate abilities.  

GREY in the aura can suggest convention, formality, narrow-mindedness and difficulties.  It can also reflect secrets and/or secretiveness.

Shades of GREY leaning towards SILVER can reflect an awakening of the feminine energies.  These are the abilities and energies of intuition, illumination and creative imagination.

LIGHT GREY reflects the fears that can manifest as ill-health. 
Very LIGHT GREY in the aura can indicate fear and trepidation.  
PALE GREY reflects poor decisions and choices.
The darker shades of GREY seen in the aura indicates physical imbalances, especially if seen near specific areas of the physical body.  It can also be an indication of a need to leave no task undone.  DARK GREY appearing in the aura is an indicator of physical imbalances.  CHARCOAL GREY relates to depression and depletion of energy.

Lots of GREY in the aura shows a person who is secretive and ‘loner’ type of person.
In the outer edges of the aura, dark GREYISH/BLACK holes can sometimes be seen in the auric field.

In Colour Healing and Therapy, the colour GREY eases irritations, hyperactivity and mania.

GREY is excellent for mental, emotional and physical releasing and cleansing.  GREY works on the mind and emotions to bring about emotional balance.  GREY also aids speech and public speaking.

GREY draws negative energy from the body and replaces it with positive energies.
Excessive use of dark GREY may bring depressive energies.

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Including:  All About ORANGE, * ORANGE Around the World and in History * ORANGE as a favourite colour * ORANGE Clothes – Wearing ORANGE Clothing * ORANGE Foods * ORANGE in our DREAMS – Dreaming of ORANGE  * ORANGE in the TAROT CARDS * ORANGE ESSENTIAL OILS *  ORANGE CRYSTALS and GEMSTONES – Crystal Healing * ORANGE in the AURA * ORANGE in the CHAKRAS * HEALING with ORANGE – Colour Therapy using ORANGE *

ORANGE  -  All About
ORANGE is the second colour to be seen in the spectrum and represents liveliness, happy memories and courage. 

ORANGE, being comprised of a mix of the colours 
RED and YELLOW, is a warm colour that has the ability to stimulate and arouse the senses.  ORANGE symbolizes active intelligence, gaiety and social happenings, self-confidence and the joy of expression.  ORANGE encourages energy, activity, motivation and incentive.

The colour ORANGE sparks controversy moreso than other hues as there is often either a strong positive or negative association with it, and true ORANGE generally elicits a reaction of either ‘love it’ or ‘hate it’.

ORANGE denotes hope, courtesy, generosity, liveliness, sociability, exuberance and an out-going character.  ORANGE stimulates all of our senses and makes us feel alive.  ORANGE encourages us to expand our horizons and look to new interests.  ORANGE symbolizes enthusiasm, optimism, outgoingness, confidence, flamboyance, extroverted and exciting, joyfulness and courage, tolerance and passion.  ORANGE lifts the spirits, fosters humour and loosens repression.

ORANGE represents vitality, dynamic energy and good health.  Fun and flamboyant ORANGE radiates warmth and positive energies.  ORANGE is out-going, self-assured, intelligent, busy, bright and happy.  ORANGE relates to successful property deals and business goals, legal matters and commerce.  It resonates with communication, optimism, concentration, amicability, strength, authority and action. ORANGE relates to enthusiasm, adventure, rejuvenation, and spontaneity.

ORANGE is warming, cheering and passionate, and relates to good decision-making and good luck, kindness, celebration, sensuality, charm, enthusiasm, encouragement and optimism.  ORANGE helps to find new options and opportunities and brings the energy to achieve our goals and aspirations. ORANGE relates to creative thinking and self-expression.  

ORANGE stimulates creativity and shows new possibilities and other options in life, and helps to assimilate new ideas.  ORANGE is also helpful in dealing with excess sexual expression.  

ORANGE stimulates the mind and renews interest in life.  It is a great motivating colour that boosts the self-esteem and is a friendly, sociable colour.  ORANGE encourages aspects associated with career success, creativity and achieving goals.

ORANGE resonates with attraction, charm, kindness, encouragement, stimulation, success, abundance and prosperity, feast and celebration, comfort, achieving business goals, success with investments and legal matters.

ORANGE represents the drive to find reality through their own experiences and other people’s.  ORANGE stimulates our drive and concern for social preservation and happy families, social gatherings and functions supporting communities and groups of people. 
ORANGE represents our drive for social acceptance and is a warm and stimulating colour.  

ORANGE stimulates less concern with self-survival and more involvement with assisting in group and social functions.

Being a social colour, ORANGE is useful for decorative highlights in places where people gather, such as family rooms.

ORANGE is a happy colour that stimulates optimism, emotional balance, and expansiveness.  ORANGE also relates to creativity, harmony, sexuality, passion, freedom, 
intuition, and expression of emotions. The colour ORANGE denotes friendliness, hope, courtesy, liveliness and exuberance.  ORANGE also stimulates all of our senses.

ORANGE relates to ambition, the herd or pack instinct, agitations, restlessness, business and exploration.  ORANGE resonates with the movement of sexual energies towards the thought-processes, and causes fresh interest in politics and the like.

ORANGE relates to pride.

The colour ORANGE expresses the vital life force and the energy of the Sun.  It resonates with energy, activity and vitality. 

ORANGE affects us by stimulating the appetite, and encouraging us to be friendly and socialization.

ORANGE relates to courage, and implies occult power as well as passion and achievement.  It also resonates with our emotional identity and self-gratification.
ORANGE is the colour of the ‘social butterfly’.

The musical scale related to ORANGE is ‘RE’ and its associated with the Elements of Fire and Water. The planet related to ORANGE is the Sun and Mercury, and the direction is South.  ORANGE is related to the zodiac sign of Sagittarius and the season of Autumn (Fall).

PALE ORANGE denotes jealousy and envy.

Too much ORANGE can make us become manipulative, self-centred and self-serving.  It can make us disregard the needs of others, and make us prideful and arrogant.  

Over-exposure to the colour ORANGE makes us hide our emotions and makes us over-sensitive and easily hurt.  This can lead to mistrust of others, leading us to our becoming introverted and unable to express or show our true emotions.  It can cause us to worry about what others think of us, and can even lead to anti-social behaviour.

Not enough exposure to ORANGE in our lives can make us feel distrustful, timid, frigid, shy and over-sensitive.  It makes us lose our motivation and self-esteem, and encourages the tendency to isolate ourselves and/or become rebellious.  

Because of ORANGE’S vibrancy, young people are drawn and attracted to its warming, yet stimulating influences and energies.

ORANGE is emotionally uplifting and resonates with acceptance of our social love  -  being unafraid to sing and dance and proclaim yourself as a lover of humanity.

-  In Ancient times, ORANGE was expressive of wisdom, reasoning powers and balance.
-  In China and Japan ORANGE is used to symbolize love and happiness.
-  Native American Indians associate the colour ORANGE with kinship.
-  ORANGE is the national colour of The Netherlands (Holland), dating back to the Dutch War of Independence and the rebel Prince of ORANGE.
-  The use of ORANGE in Ireland dates back to the reign of William of Orange, the Protestant English king.
-  ORANGE is representative of ‘gluttony’ in Christianity.

Those who choose ORANGE as their favourite colour are often ‘young-at-heart’, adaptable and versatile and are a fun and happy person.

People who prefer ORANGE generally know what they want from their lives and are not afraid to take the necessary steps to achieve their goals and aspirations.  They are self-confident, assertive and determined to create success in their lives.

People who have a preference for the colour ORANGE generally have a lot of energy and can be competitive as well as entertaining.

ORANGE people generally love their freedom, and enjoy exploring new opportunities and adventures and do not like to be tied to any one given situation, place or person.

Those whose favourite colour is ORANGE can be too forceful at times and can be domineering and undiplomatic within their relationships with others.

A person who has an aversion to ORANGE may have suppressed sexual feelings and/or other difficulties to do with sensual enjoyment of life.

People who choose ORANGE as their favourite colour and/or wear it, are generally ambitious and competitive, optimistic and expansive, warm and hospitable, and most often have humanitarian inclinations.  

People who wear ORANGE often seek acceptance from others and crave social contact.  They love big projects with a worldwide scope and ideal, and they love expansion in all ways.

The colour ORANGE resonates with courage, adventure, physicality and balance, and those who wear ORANGE generally resonate with good health, positive energies and balancing life. 

People who wear ORANGE are warm, sociable, dynamic and independent people who dedicate themselves to whatever they do.

Those who wear a great deal of ORANGE are competent and self-oriented, yet are often impatient.  They are independent and self-motivated and make excellent organizers.

People who wear ORANGE often have a forceful will and tend to be highly active and competitive.  ORANGE wearers are excitable, and at times, can tend to domineer and dominate others with their enthusiasm, personal power and self-will.

A person who wears a lot of ORANGE may feel a need to increase their self-confidence and energy levels, vitality and joy. They often set positive examples for others in regards to maintaining a healthy life and lifestyle.
Being a social and friendly colour, those who wear ORANGE often have many friends and associates and enjoy the company of others. People who wear ORANGE often have a need for freedom and excitement to pursue new ideas and opportunities.

ORANGE brings about an emotional release of energy by those who wear it. Wearing ORANGE helps one to explore and embrace new and exciting ideas, concepts and opportunities.

BRIGHT ORANGE and BURNT-ORANGE can make the wearer feel blocked and frustrated.

In plant foods, ORANGE is often an indicator of a high carotene content.  ORANGE coloured fruits and vegetables contain anti-oxidants such as cartenoids and Vitamin C.  ORANGE fruits and vegetables are vital for maintaining healthy neuro/endocrine and reproductive systems.

ORANGE foods include:
Almonds, apricots, butternut squash, cantaloupe, coriander, kumquat, mangoes, nectarines, orange carrot, orange peppers, orange tomatoes, oranges, papayas, paprika, 
peaches, persimmons, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, tangerines, walnuts and Winter squash.

ORANGE appearing in a dream symbolizes confidence, optimism and change, self-motivation and courage, friendliness and sociability.  Seeing ORANGE in a dream 
may be suggesting new interests and/or things that you are comfortable with.  Seeing 

ORANGE in your dream may also indicate that you are leaning towards taking up a 
new interest or project.

ORANGE appearing in a dream corresponds with warmth and stimulation and is a happy, joyous colour that stimulates expansiveness and emotional balance.  It suggests ambition and exploration, enthusiasm and motivation.

If you are someone who has a tendency to be mistrusting or suspicious, or if you are seeking more personal power, seeing ORANGE in a dream can assist in creating balance, discernment and discrimination and boosting self-esteem and confidence.

The healing, yet stimulating affects of ORANGE, when appearing in a dream, may stimulate inner-knowing and inner-wisdom, and enhance intuition and insight.

Seeing ORANGE in your dreams may be a message that you desire to broaden your horizons and may be telling you that it is time to look to new interests and attractions.

ORANGE appearing in your dreams inspires:
enthusiasm and optimism, courage, victory, confidence, encouragement, abundant supply, attraction, kindness and expansion.

Seeing ORANGE in dreams releases:
mistrust, a superiority complex, power-seeking pride and superficiality.

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When the colour ORANGE is seen within the Tarot cards, it often indicates a time or situation that will require intuition, courage and positive action.  

ORANGE is connected to The MAGICIAN (1) Tarot card.


Benzoin, Cardamon, Carrot Seed, Cinnamon, Coriander, Gardenia, Jasmine, Lemon, Neroli, Sweet Orange, Ylang Ylang.

ORANGE crystals and gemstones aid and increase personal power, self-esteem and self-confidence.  A good balance of ORANGE will allow a person to handle the ups and downs of life with grace and finesse, and helps us to quickly recover from disappointments, wounded prided or a broken heart.

ORANGE crystals stimulate creativity and the ability to adapt and adjust to changes easily and gracefully.

Amber, Ametrine (Quartz), Bisumth, Cachemirine Garnet, Carnelian, Citrine (Quartz), Clinohumite, Corundum, Fire Agate, Fire Opal, Fluorite Garnet, Golden Sapphire, 
Golden Tourmaline, Grossular Garnet, Hessonite (Garnet), Malaya Garnet, Mandarin Garnet, Mexican Fire Opal, Mexican Jelly Opal, Mexican Matrix Opal, Orange Agate, Orange Amber, Orange Beryl, Orange Calcite, Orange Chalcedony, Orange Garnet, Orange Jade, Orange Quartz, Orange Rhodochrosite, Orange Sapphire, Orange Spinel, Orange Tourmaline, Padparadsha Sapphire,  Peach Adventurine, Peach Moonstone, Precious Topaz, Sheelite, Spessartine Garnet, Sunstone.

When ORANGE appears in the aura in a balanced way, it tells of analytical thought, the ability to apply the intellect in a practical manner, an abundance of ideas, inventiveness, self-confidence, high motivation, healing energies and abilities, and the energies of manifesting  prosperity and abundance.

ORANGE that tends to RED may depict enjoyment, passion, a need for action, pride, idealism and conceit.

ORANGE that tends to YELLOW may attest to a sharp intellect, diligence, persistence, a productive, a purposeful mind, the ability to use the intellect and self-confidence.

Muddy ORANGE seen in the aura can reflect vanity and worry.
ORANGE appearing in the aura in an unbalanced way tells of ignorance, exaggerated ambition, aggression and competitive thinking.

ORANGE relates to courage, dynamic energy, good health and vitality.  ORANGE is the colour of the Sacral Chakra, which is located beneath the naval through to the base of the back and left-hand side of the spleen.  The Sacral Chakra is linked to the sexual organs and reproductive system.  Opening this chakra frees and encourages creativity and fertility.

The Spleen Chakra is known as the ‘Life Force’ or ‘Vitality Centre’, and brings self-confidence and creativity, and enhances the sense of integration and completeness.  

ORANGE and its resonance with the Spleen Chakra allows for the imagination to be used constructively. 

A balanced Spleen Chakra allows a person to utilize their creative energies to their highest potential.

When the Spleen Chakra is blocked we experience guilt, restlessness, a stiff lower back, confusion, and a lack of sexual desires and/or pleasure.

ORANGE is the blending of RED (physical action) with YELLOW (wisdom) rays, and its healing power is greater than the two individual colours alone.  

The healing energies of ORANGE stimulates the inner-knowledge that we are all ONE.  ORANGE elevates the consciousness to rise above the ‘Self’.

In Colour Healing and Therapy, ORANGE is used for revitalizing the energies and aids recuperation after illness and grief.  ORANGE is used for emotional and mental ailments and to aid depressive states such as melancholy and grief. ORANGE is used to assist with nervous or depressed states as it arouses gaiety, joy and interest in life;  it dispels a lack of self-confidence and belief and helps when there is a lack of enthusiasm and energy.  ORANGE releases and lifts the emotions.

The colour ORANGE has a soothing and anti-spasmodic effect on the human body and has the ability to fortify blood flow. ORANGE is linked to the pancreas and spleen, the digestive system and kidneys.  It is used to treat asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory problems, pulmonary problems, pains in the joints, stomach problems, calcium issues, muscle spasms and feminine problems such as menstrual disorders, sterility and impaired fertility.  ORANGE also reinforces the metabolism. 

ORANGE helps to maintain good vision and strengthens the immune system.  It may also strengthen teeth and bones, and helps the body to heal wounds and keeps the skin healthy.

ORANGE alleviates emotional repression and sexual issues, and treats the thyroid, muscle cramps and spasms, bladder and bowel (large intestine) issues, and increases lactation.

Use ORANGE to help asthma, bronchitis, constipation, gas, diarrhea, haemorrhoids and hypoglycaemia.

With a tendency to be mistrusting or suspicious, or have prideful inclinations, ORANGE can assist with finding balance, discrimination and discernment.

The colour ORANGE especially fortifies the etheric body and promotes general good health.

Excessive use of ORANGE can lead to over-excitement and/or over-indulgence.

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PURPLE light has the shortest wave and the highest vibrational frequency.  The traditional meaning of the colour PURPLE is that of spiritual fulfilment, and it is associated with nobility and power.

PURPLE is a deeply rich, comforting and engulfing colour that resonates with passion and energy, with the warmth of RED blended with the calmness, coolness and sophistication of BLUE.

PURPLE is used to inspire and motivate us to put our creativity into action.

The colour PURPLE is indicative of devotion, Divine healing and healing abilities, kindness, love and lovingness, compassion, care and empathy.  PURPLE is also the colour of mysticism and spirituality, justice, wealth, dignity, integrity and high rank, and resonates with power and inspiration.  PURPLE represents Divine guidance, protection, creativity, art, beliefs, imagination and extra-sensory abilities.  PURPLE enhances inspiration, reinforces spiritual awareness and enlightenment and meditative abilities.
PURPLE relates to mystery, perceptions, psychic abilities, transformation, spiritual insight, spiritual renewal and power, psychic healing, balancing polarities, astral projection, paranormal sensitivity, compassion, active dreaming, personal power and inner-wisdom. PURPLE relates to the intuition and is deeply associated with dreams.

PURPLE stimulates our spiritual perspective and is the colour of transformation, contemplation, reservation, and meditation. PURPLE uplifts, calms the mind and nerves, offers a sense of spirituality and encourages creativity.  PURPLE brings spiritual insights and renewal, and encourages restful sleep.

PURPLE has long been the colour of royalty, dating back to a time when the monarch was thought to have a direct link to the heavens.  PURPLE resonates with divination and prophecy, angels, psychic healing, psychic abilities, reversing curses and counter-acting negativity/black magic, meditation and inspiration, spirituality, astral projection and the Third Eye.

PURPLE represents the planets Jupiter and Mercury, and is associated with the Element of Spirit, the zodiac sign of Pisces and The HIGH PRIESTESS and EMPEROR Tarot cards.  PURPLE is also associated with the month of February, and the birthstone associate with this month is Amethyst.

-  PURPLE was the colour of the very first dye made by humans.  It was called ‘Mauveine’ and was made from coal –tar.
-  Leonardo da Vinci believed that the power of mediation is increased ten times when done in a PURPLE light.
-  In Thailand, the colour PURPLE is worn by a widow mourning her husbands’ death.
-  The PURPLE of the U.S. Military’s ‘Purple Heart’ award represents courage.
-  Roman Emperors were referred to as ‘The Purple’; indicative of the colour of the robes they wore.  Julius and Augustus Caesar, Emperors of Rome, decreed that only the Emperor were to wear PURPLE.  When Nero became the Emperor, the sale and wearing of PURPLE clothing was punishable by death.
-  In Japan the colour PURPLE signifies social status, position and wealth.
-  PURPLE is the royal colour of the Caesars.
-  In Egypt, PURPLE denotes faith and virtue.
-  In Iranian tradition, PURPLE is the colour of ‘what is to come’.  A Moon or Sun that appears PURPLE during an eclipse is an omen of bloodshed within the year.
-  PURPLE is representative of ‘pride’ in Christianity.  It is also associated with Advent and Lent.

PURPLE as a favourite colour indicates a deeply spiritual person who may be looking for the meaning and answers to questions about what life really means, and how to fully serve their soul mission and life purpose.  They often have psychic abilities that need to be enhanced and developed.

People who choose PURPLE as their favourite colour often have a vivid imagination and a talent for creative and artistic pursuits.  A vivid imagination fuelled by a strong intuition makes a PURPLE person a very interesting, intriguing and mysterious character, and people are drawn to PURPLE people as they are seen to be an inspirational figure.

People who have a preference for the colour PURPLE are generally very understanding, compassionate and supportive of others.  Because of this, many people turn to them for advice and guidance.  They are well-liked by others and will go out of their way to help others.

Those who have PURPLE as their favourite colour are often dreamers who prefer to live in a fantasy world rather than face the cold, hard realities of life.

A PURPLE person can also become introverted and secretive, and may have a tendency to hide their real self from others.  They may also have unrealistic expectations of themselves and others.

Those who resonate with PURPLE are open to receiving information and knowledge from all kinds of source.

A person with an aversion to PURPLE may be a very serious attitude towards life, and may find it difficult to relate to dreams, fantasies, memories and/or vague fears.  They may also have a tendency to reject all that they view as unnatural and/or unrealistic.

Wearing PURPLE clothes suggests level-headedness and higher-wisdom.  Those who wear PURPLE are generally great at giving advice and are able to see both sides of a situation and/or issue.

Choosing to wear PURPLE clothing is indicative of someone who is generally an abstract individual who is inspirational, trusting and trustworthy, intuitive and spiritually minded.  They are able to tune into the inner-worlds of themselves, others and the Universe.

Those who wear PURPLE possess a sensitive and compassionate nature. They are sensitive to their own personal and spiritual needs, as well as those of others.

PURPLE foods are rich in Vitamin D and contain essential phyto-chemicals and fatty acids, which are beneficial for the cerebral cortex, pineal gland, they lymphatic system, hypothalamus and upper brain function.

PURPLE food include:
Aubergine (eggplant), basil leaves, beetroot, blackberries, black tomatoes, dulse (seaweed), elderberries, grapes, kohirabi, lavender, marjoram, mint flowers, mulberries, passionfruit, passion flower, purple beans, purple broccoli, purple cabbage, purple eggplant, purple grapes, purple (RED) onions, purple peppers, purple plums, rosemary flowers, sage flowers, thyme flowers.

The colour PURPLE is most deeply associated with dreams and dreaming.  Listen carefully and take special notice of dreams containing PURPLE, INDIGO and VIOLET.
Seeing PURPLE in our dreams stimulates our need to feel at one with the Universe, and to have harmonious relationships.

PURPLE has soothing, calming and comforting effects and seeing PURPLE in a dream may indicate psychic awareness, strong inner-wisdom and intuition.

When seeing PURPLE in a dream you may be seeing the future as these dreams are often prophetic.

Dreaming of PURPLE may be implying that your spiritual side needs to be explored and expanded.  Trust your intuition, always.

Purple appearing in your dreams inspires:
inspiration and vision, faith and trust in the future, sensitivity to the spiritual realms and psychic abilities.

Seeing purple in your dreams releases:
confusion (brings clarity), lack of discipline, resentment and contempt, arrogance, pride and forgetfulness.

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When PURPLE is seen on the Tarot cards it implies that guidance and assistance from the highest realm will be available.  It also intimates a karmic situation and/or vital life lesson to be learned.  PURPLE points to our spiritual selves.

The archetype of The EMPEROR (4) carries with it the Universal influences of the color Purple.  The colour PURPLE is also associated with The HIGH PRIESTESS (2).


PURPLE ESSENTAIL OILS  -  Essential Oils that Resonate with PURPLE
Chamomile, Lotus, Violet.

PURPLE crystals can be used to boost psychic abilities and to aid connection with the angels and spiritual realm.

Alexandrite, Amethyst, Ametrine, Charoite, Chevron Amethyst, Charoite, Corundum, Fluorite, Garnet, Holly Blue (Chalcedony), Idocrase, Imperial Purple Jasper, Iolite, Lavender Jade, Lavender Quartz, Lepidolite, Peacock Topaz, Purple Garnet, Purple Jade, Purple Sapphire, Quartz, Rose De France, Scapolite, Selenite, Spinel, Sugilite, Tanzanite (Zoisite), Tiffany stone (Opalite), Umbalite Garnet, Vesuvianite (Idocrase), Violet Sapphire, Violet Spinel, Water Sapphire (Iolite).

Appearing in the aura in a balanced way, the colour PURPLE attests to powerful intuition, extra-sensory abilities, the ability to receive spiritual messages and information, personal spirituality and spiritual abilities.

PURPLE in the aura denotes creativity, idealism, devotion, a calm and tranquil attitude, and the ability to change, adapt and develop.

The colour PURPLE appearing in the aura in an unbalanced way may attest to obsessive behaviour, a lack of justice and justness, religious fanaticism, intolerance of anything different, belief in punishment and penalization, the use of negative energies and impotence.

IMPERIAL PURPLE is the most common colour found in the aura of those seeking the ‘New Age’ path.

The colour PURPLE is associated with the Crown Chakra and represents insight, wisdom and our ability to see beyond what is considered to be the normal span of visual perception.

The Crown Chakra ensures that you are connected to the Universal Energies.
A balanced Crown Chakra allows us to be in-tune with our inner-wisdom and intuition.

In Colour Healing and Therapy, PURPLE can be used for emotional and mental issues associated with addiction.  PURPLE helps to balance the mind to transform fears and obsessions.  PURPLE acts as a sedative, bringing calm and peace to an over-active and/or over-stimulated mind.

The colour PURPLE has powerful healing qualities and assists with nervous problems and mental diseases.  PURPLE decreases sensitivity to pain and decreases sexual activity.  PURPLE also helps with detoxification.

PURPLE heals hysteria, melancholy, delusions, addictions, and soothes disharmony and counter-acts depression and mental and emotional stress. PURPLE helps to heal mental/emotional/psychological problems, eyes, ears, pineal gland, addictions, aids recovery, stimulates the spleen, increases white blood cells, decreases pain sensitivity, and aids and lifts depression.

PURPLE is used for weight reduction, curbing diarrhea, purifying the blood and for stimulating the spleen and increasing the production of leukocytes (white blood cells whose action is essential for the immune system).

Excessive use of PURPLE can encourage unrealistic and impractical energies.

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Including:  All About BLUE * BLUE Around the World and in History * BLUE as a favourite colour * BLUE Clothes – Wearing BLUE Clothing * BLUE Foods * BLUE in our DREAMS – Dreaming of BLUE  * BLUE in the TAROT CARDS * BLUE ESSENTIAL OILS *  BLUE CRYSTALS and GEMSTONES – Crystal Healing * BLUE in the AURA * BLUE in the CHAKRAS * HEALING with BLUE – Colour Therapy using BLUE *

BLUE  -  All About
BLUE is the colour of the sky and the ocean and is perceived as a constant in our lives.  BLUE is a conceptual colour and is the first of the cool spectrum colours and is the third basic colour tone. BLUE is cool (yin), crisp, clean and refreshing.  

BLUE skies are symbolic of optimism and auspicious opportunities.  BLUE represents water  -  the source of life.  BLUE is the colour of sleep and twilight.  The colour BLUE symbolizes depth, inward withdrawal, coolness, inner-wisdom, rest, truth, devotion, renewal and revival, purity, calmness and sleep. BLUE is associated with spirituality, serenity, truth, communication, revelation, faith and trust.  

BLUE is associated with the colour of the Moon, and with the feminine aspects. Planets related to BLUE are Jupiter, Mercury and Neptune. BLUE is linked to Wednesday, the Elements of ‘Ether’ and Water, and the direction West. The musical tone for BLUE is ‘SO’.  BLUE is related to the TEMPERANCE, MAGICIAN and HIGH PRIESTESS Tarot cards.

BLUE is the colour of communication with others, wisdom, truth, Heaven, eternity, receptivity, intuition and insight, spirituality, contemplation, mystery, patience, holiness, peace, stability, traditional and classical, loyalty, truthfulness, meditation and freedom.  It relates to our emotions, calm, peace and healing, tranquility and devotion.  BLUE is associated with freedom, strength and new beginnings, loyalty, faith, power and protection. BLUE is calming and instills composure and gentleness.
BLUE brings heightened intuition, inspiration, sincerity, peace, joy, tranquillity and faith and trust in the Self and others. BLUE is a colour that stimulates and encourages us to seek our inner-truths.  BLUE helps us to attain mental security and to pursue our ideals and aspirations.  BLUE stimulates spiritual security and our desire for inner-understanding.

The colour BLUE resonates with truth, loyalty, tranquillity, communication, speech, public speaking, ideas and devotion, peaceful dreams, dreamwork, prophetic visions and protection during sleep.

BLUE raises the consciousness to the realm of spirit and is the colour of meditation, spiritual awakening and development, intuition and insight, and connection with the 

BLUE is associated with reliability, trustworthiness and responsibility, open communication, clarity, cleansing, healing and protective qualities.  BLUE draws an 
increase in inner-wisdom, peace, harmony and the ability to communicate effectively. BLUE stimulates self-expression and assists with the ability to communicate one’s 
deepest truths.

BLUE represents inspiration and is a spiritual colour.  The BLUE vibration raises our consciousness to the realm of spirit, hence the value of this colour in spiritual and Color Healing, meditation and devotional services.  BLUE implies ‘notable intentions’ and is the colour for spiritual expansion and is the colour for truth, calmness, devotion and sincerity;  plus it is the colour of higher mental faculties. BLUE brings quiet, clarity and peace of mind.
The energy of BLUE allows us to look beyond and increase our perceptions and is a conceptual colour that urges us to seek our inner-truths. The colour BLUE stimulates creativity, faith, inspiration and devotion.  Memories of the past are stimulated and the concept of time flows quickly with the energy and vibration of the colour BLUE.

BLUE tells of harmony and spiritual understanding. BLUE suggests loyal friends and sincerity and is seen as dependable, committed and trustworthy.  BLUE is the collective colour of the spirit, and invokes rest. 

Dark shades of BLUE denote spiritual qualities and royal blue indicates good judgement and loyalty.  

INDIGO symbolizes self-mastery, spiritual awareness and awakening and resonates with increased inner-wisdom, realizations, understandings and profound insights.

BLUE causes the body to produce chemicals that are calming, but not all shades of BLUE are sedate or serene.  Vibrant BLUES (such as Electric BLUE) become dynamic and dramatic as it is an engaging colour that expresses energy and exhilaration. Some shades of BLUE, or the over-use of BLUE may be seen as uncaring and/or cold.  

Bright BLUE denotes self-reliance, confidence, inspiration and positive energies.

Royal BLUE is appropriate for dining rooms and living rooms, whilst dark BLUE can be used successfully in study and meditation rooms and spaces.  

BLUE is also ideal for bedrooms and rest areas. People tend to be more productive when working in a BLUE room as they are calm and focused on the task at hand.

BLUE increases career opportunities, business acumen, finances and leadership qualities.  BLUE is also good for long distance travel and/or house moves.

Clear BLUE is uplifting.  

MIDNIGHT BLUE has a sedative effect that promotes intuition and meditation.
DARK BLUE can be depressing, yet represents truth and moderation.

NAVY BLUE can be associated with restrictive environments.  The colour navy BLUE represent conformity and a lack of individuality.

The colour BLUE gives a feeling of distance, and artists often use it to show perspective.
Use BLUE paper for notes when you want help with memorizing and remembering information or a speech.

A BLUE Iris represents an important relationship or friendship.

Too much BLUE can result in once becoming melancholy and ‘feeling blue’.  Excessive BLUE can cause one to become dogmatic, arrogant, negative, self-righteous and self-centred.  It may cause you to talk too much, speak negatively and gossip about others.  Over-exposure to BLUE can cause one to be fanatical, hyperactive and prone to over-reacting.  Excessive use of BLUE can also bring too much cooling energy.

Not enough exposure to the colour BLUE can result in one becoming withdrawn and depressed, manipulative, timid, unreliable, stubborn, suspicious, devious, resistant to change, scared, weak, clinging to tradition, inconsistent and dependent.  It can bring about suppressed and/or swallowed feelings, and a lack of creative expression.

The colour BLUE awakens the intuition and eases loneliness, encourages artistic expression and enhances inspiration.

-  BLUE was prevalent in the temples of Isis in Ancient Egypt.
-  In Eastern countries, BLUE coloured objects are placed in tombs to ward off evil spirits.  
-  In Greece too, the colour BLUE is believed to ward off the ‘evil eye’, and a BLUE bracelet or necklace is often worn for protection.
-  In China and Japan it is the colour of fortune.  In Chinese culture, BLUE is associated with wood, East and Spring.
-  In Iran, colours such as BLUE, blue-green and greed are sacred colours and symbolize ‘paradise’.  
-  In India, the god Krishna is often depicted with BLUE skin.
-  In Aztec culture the colour BLUE symbolizes sacrifice.
-  In Mexico, the colour of mourning is BLUE.
-  In Greek and Roman times, BLUE was associated with the sky gods Juno, Mercury and Jupiter.
-  The colour BLUE has Biblical significance and symbolizes ‘Heavenly grace’.  In the Catholic Church blue it is the colour associated with the Virgin Mary.

BLUE is the ‘favourite colour’ of most people in the world and is a colour that has equal appeal to both men and women.  BLUE is universally considered to be the ‘friendliest’ colour on the spectrum and people who favour and/or wear it are seen as approachable and socially aware.  

Those who choose BLUE as their favourite colour are generally idealistic, enduring and patient people who tend to be nostalgic, peaceful, devoted and loyal souls.  They are highly sensitive individuals who can commit to their dreams and ideals.  They tend to seek contentment and peace of mind and do not quickly seek change in their lives.
Those who choose BLUE as their preferred colour often crave peace, quiet and the opportunity to fully relax and recharge their energies.  They are very open and receptive to learning new things in regards to how they can help others with their natural talents, skills and abilities.

People who prefer BLUE are honest, straightforward and trustworthy.

A person with an aversion to BLUE may be a very disciplined, strong career-oriented worker, who may have an aversion of commentary or restriction.  They may have a stubborn view of their desired direction.

BLUE CLOTHING  -  Wearing BLUE Clothes
The colour BLUE is the colour of healing, communication and sociability, and wearing BLUE suggests a knack for making everyone feel at ease.   It also indicates sociability and receptivity.  A person who wears a lot of BLUE may aspire to calmness and tranquility. Those who wear BLUE clothing prefer to be surrounded by love, affection and tenderness.

People who wear BLUE are generally self-reliant and intelligent and possess a great depth of feeling.  They often feel responsible for others and enjoy decision-making, 
problem-solving, and being in control.

Wearing BLUE clothes helps when you want to communicate and have your message heard and understood.

People who wear LIGHT BLUE are said to be analytical and generally have a practical approach to life.  People who wear LIGHT BLUE are creative, sensitive and perspective, with great imaginations yet a practical approach to life.  They can be analytical, knowledgeable and efficient and effective problem-solvers.  Those who wear LIGHT BLUE prefer to do things their own way and do not like to be rushed or hurried by others.  LIGHT BLUE wearers need a peaceful and secure environment in which to thrive.

People who wear DARK BLUE are said to be intelligent and self-reliant, and take on responsibilities.  Wear DARK BLUE to feel emotionally stable, calm and conservative.

BLUE food is not a common occurrence in nature (aside from blueberries and blue-purple potatoes) and does not exist in significant quantities as a natural food colour, therefore we do not have an automatic appetite response to the colour blue.  Our primal nature also tends to avoid ‘warning colours’ as our early ancestors foraging for food considered BLUE, PURPLE and BLACK foods to be potentially lethal.

BLUE foods contain vast amounts of health-promoting phytochemicals such as anthocyanins and phoenolics, which are beneficial to the muscular and skeletal systems.

Of all the colours in the spectrum, the colour BLUE is an appetite suppressant.  When looking to lose weight, place your food on a BLUE plate, store your food in BLUE containers and even change the fridge lightbulb to a BLUE one.  BLUE lighting can also be used in the dining area for the same reason.

BLUE Foods include:
Asparagus, billberries, borage flowers, blue corn, blue grapes, blue potatoes, blueberries, hyssop, juniper berries, pansy flowers, potatoes, plums, purple broccoli, purple carrot, seaweed (kelp), veal, and some white fish.

BLUE In Our DREAMS  -  Dreaming of BLUE
The colour BLUE appearing in dreams may represent your Spirit Guide/s (or higher spiritual beings) and Divine life purpose and soul mission. BLUE is stimulating to our spiritual security.  

BLUE can also suggest optimism about the future and suggests clarity of mind.
Seeing BLUE in your dreams may indicate a feeling, need or desire to escape from a situation.  The colour BLUE appearing in dreams may be expressing a desire to ‘get away’. Alternatively, the colour BLUE may be a metaphor for ‘feeling blue’ or ‘being blue’.  

When BLUE appears in your dreams it helps you to attain inner-peace and harmony, mental security and a desire for deeper understanding.  If there is a lot of BLUE in your dream it allows for composure, patience, gentleness and contentment.

NAVY BLUE can be seen as a rigid or stoic colour and seen in dreams, NAVY BLUE can represent conformity and a lack of individuality.

Wearing LIGHT BLUE in your dreams can indicate your personal creativity and may suggest that you are a person who likes to pace yourself and focus on all that you do in your waking life.

The colour BLUE appearing in dreams inspires:
love, forgiveness, inner-wisdom, kindness and compassion, gentleness, patience, healing, contemplation and sensitivity.

Seeing BLUE in your dreams releases:
worry, fear and anxiety, self-pity, self-rejection, coldness and isolation, depression and detachment, passivity.

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When the colour BLUE is seen within a Tarot card it denotes a time of reflection, using the mind productively and healing the soul.  BLUE seen in Tarot cards is a positive expression and tells of being true to yourself and others.

Because BLUE is amiable and eager to express itself, The MAGICIAN (1) carries the tones of BLUE, as does the The HIGH PRIESTESS (2), and TEMPERANCE (14).

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BLUE is associated with:
Angelica Root, Cajaput, Chamomile (Roman chamomile, German chamomile, flowers, plants, essential oils and decoctions), Cinnamon, Cypress, Marjoram, Rosewood, Sandalwood, Tea-Tree oil, Rosewood, Sandalwood,Thyme, Vanilla.

BLUE CRYSTALS and GEMSTONES  -  Crystal Healing 
BLUE crystals and gemstones are used to open blocked communication and to enhance spiritual inspiration. The Ancient Egyptians used the crystal Lapiz Lazuli to represent ‘Heaven’, inspiration, sincerity and spirituality.  Crystals have been used to ‘heal’ since ancient times.

Agate, Alexandrite, American Blue Topaz, Aqua Aura, Aquamarine, Azurite, Benitoite, Bismuth, Blue Adventurine, Blue Calcite, Blue Fluorite, Blue Lace Agate, Blue Mist Chalcedony, Blue Obsidian, Blue Periuvian Opal, Blue Quartz, Blue Tiger’s Eye (Hawk’s Eye), Blue Tourmaline, Blue Topaz, Blue Turquoise, Cat’s Eye Apatite, Celestite, Chinese Amazonite,  Chrysocolia, Corundum, Crocidolite, Dark Blue Beryl, Dumortierite, Fluorite, Indicolite, Iolite, Indicolite, Iolite, Kunzite, Kyanite, Lapis Lazuli, Larimar, Lepidolite, London Blue Topaz, Moonstone, Opal Doublet, Paraiba Tourmaline, Pietersite (Quartz), Peacock Topaz, Pectolite, Peruvian Blue Opal, Rainbow Moonstone, Sapphire, Sky Blue Topaz, Sodalite, Swiss Blue Topaz, Tanzanite (Zoisite), Turquoise, Vesuvianite, Water Sapphire, Zircon.

LIGHT BLUE crystals and gemstones (such as Aquamarine, Blue Quartz and Blue Lace Agate) relate to our creativity and communication with others.

DARK BLUE crystals and gemstones (such as Lapis Lazuli and Sodalite) represent how we communicate with ourselves.

Appearing in the aura in a balanced way, BLUE attests to love, trust and truth, honesty, inner-wisdom, reliability, rest, manners, confidence, tranquillity, patience, co-operation, a forgiving nature, sensitivity, belief, inner-peace and inner-equilibrium, reticence, devotion and an awareness of the Divine.

Lots of BLUE in the aura indicates an artistic and harmonious nature and spiritual understanding.

Bright BLUE denotes confidence and self-reliance and indicates a more positive person than one whose aura radiates a paler BLUE shade.  People with bright BLUE in their aura are loyal friends and sincere and trustworthy people.  

LIGHT BLUE appearing amongst the other colours within the aura suggests softness, dedication to ideas and beliefs, conservatism, attraction to faith and/or religion, and sometimes voluntary solitude.

PALE BLUE is the colour of sensitivity.  It shows a heightening of emotions and imagination.  

SKY BLUE in the aura shows a strong intuition, gut-instincts and being highly perceptive.  Although these attributes may be quite powerful, it is often not consciously recognized as a ‘psychic ability’ or ‘power’ by the individual.

COLBOLT BLUE in the aura depicts pure intuition emanating from the higher mental levels.

ROYAL BLUE in the aura indicates honesty and good judgement and may also indicate a person how has (or is about to) find their chosen life work, life purpose and soul mission. It can also denote that the person is pursuing and serving their life path and purpose.

Darker shades of BLUE denote spiritual qualities and some deeper shades of BLUE can indicate a sense of loneliness, and on some levels, the deeper shades can also reflect a level of spiritual devotion.  

The muddier shades of BLUE reflect blocked perceptions and melancholy, worry and stress, rushing and feeling harried, fearfulness, domineering traits, forgetfulness and over-sensitivity.

BLUE appearing in the aura in an unbalanced way indicates fears and anxieties, exaggerated restraint, a lack of involvement, solitude and seclusion, depression and 
sadness, emotional coldness, passivity and self-pity.

BLUE is associated metaphysically with the Throat Chakra and thyroid gland. This Chakra is located at the front of the throat and the base of the skull, and is linked to the neck, arms and hands and is connected with speech and speaking our truths. It encourages clairaudience and spiritual communication, and corresponds with our ability to communicate with others.

The Throat Chakra is our ‘Communication Centre’, and when opened and balanced it encourages us to communicate how we feel and what we think with truth with clarity. Being associated with the Throat Chakra, BLUE encourages communicating outwardly how we feel, what we think and the words we use to express ourselves.

When the Throat Chakra is blocked we experience difficulties with communicating our thoughts clearly, and can be manipulative in our speech.  This can result in headaches and tension within the neck and shoulder muscles, and can manifest as colds, influenza, thyroid and/or hearing problems.

HEALING with BLUE  -  Colour Healing
BLUE is the colour of healing and of ‘Healers’, and has a healing, calming and soothing effect on the entire human organism.  

BLUE resonates with healing on all levels, calmness and peace of mind.  BLUE raises the consciousness to the realm of spirit and is the colour of meditation, spiritual awakening and development, intuition and insight, and connection with the angelic and spiritual realms.

The colour BLUE is linked to the organs of touch, nerve cells, the spinal cord, the brain by lowering brain-wave activity, and the skin and hair.  BLUE is used to treat respiratory problems, bruises and burns, throat infections, and lowering fevers and infections.  BLUE also treats sensory and emotional disturbances, gynaecological diseases and ailments, menstrual cramps and menopausal problems. BLUE also strengthens and shrinks tissues and slows the development of tumours. 

BLUE can be used to ease a fever, sore throat, ear infection, toothache, bee stings, colic, hyperthyroid, burns, itches and rashes. BLUE helps to alleviate and heal arthritis inflammation, it relieves fear and sinus headache, relieves pain and eases a sore throat related symptoms to do with the larynx such as laryngitis and problems with swallowing.

BLUE can be used to counteract restlessness, agitation, hyperactivity, violence and insomnia.  BLUE soothes pain and suffering and causes the brain to secrete tranquilizing chemicals.

BLUE coloured light has been shown to reduce blood pressure and calms the nervous system and is anti-inflammatory.  It is relaxing and cooling and brings clear thought and clarity of mind.  BLUE causes the body to produce chemicals that are calming, and invokes rest and relaxation.  BLUE is used for achieving calmness, tension, relief and insomnia.  BLUE can help people who are hot-tempered and those who find it difficult to feel calm and tranquil.

BLUE brings quiet, clarity and peace of mind and can be used to calm and relax the body, soul and mind.  BLUE helps to develop the powers of expression and creativity.

BLUE can be used for any type of conditions associated with speech, communication or the throat, daydreams and daydreaming, prophetic dreams, protection during sleep and astral projection.

BLUE allows for clear communication and the healing vibration of BLUE can be used to unblock and open the flow of energy where it is stagnant and/or blocked.

BLUE brings contentment, patience, composure and gentleness, making it beneficial for someone who acts compulsively without giving thought to consequences.

BLUE is extremely liberating for those who have become resistant to change and rigidity in thought.

Light and soft BLUE can alleviate insomnia.  

DARK BLUE reduces pain and has strengthens the skeleton by keeping the marrow of the bone healthy.   DARK BLUE also affects the pituitary gland, which is the sleep regulator.

BLUE can be used to:
-  counteract chaos and/or agitation
-  open the flow of communication
-  broaden your perspectives
-  enhance learning and assimilating new information
-  promote peace and solitude
-  offer inspiration and enhance intuition
-  ease insomnia and repel nightmares
-  enhance memory and recall

BLUE is often used in hospital neonatal wards to facilitate the breakdown of biliruben in jaundiced babies, and can be used to open energy flow.

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