Colour Therapy Series: ORANGE
Colour (Colour Therapy or Chromotherapy) is one of the highest in the hierarchy of healing and like sound, is easy to use and implement into our daily lives. Colour, as with everything in the universe, vibrates at it's own (varying) frequencies – It's energy is 'alive' and in constant flux as it harmonises or creates discord with all other living things. All systems, organs, tissues and cells are comprised of vibrating atoms from microscopic plankton on earth to every star in every solar system. We all absorb and emit colour (light), all of the time. You could miss a potential rainbow of opportunity if you underestimate the power of colour to transform. This blog series is a basic introduction to the attributes most commonly associated with the colours: Red | ORANGE | Yellow | Green | Pink | Blue | Indigo | Violet | Enjoy!
Supports appetite | Digestive system | Mental Health | Mental stimulation | Energises the Svadhishthana also known as the Sacral Chakra | Sexuality | Warms | Awakens fascination | Connected to the reproductive organs (ovaries and testes) which controls the changes in our bodies during puberty and sexual development. |Wavelength: 590–620 nm Frequency: 484–508 THz
Associated with Joy | Wisdom | Happiness | Balance | Sunshine | Freedom | Creativity | Change | Enthusiasm | Encouragement | Success | Nurturing of Self | Seat of Joy
Orange in balance: Happy and joyful
Orange out of balance: Self-deprecation (putting yourself down), lack of creative thought, sexual problems (lack or excess) and over sensitivity
Crystals to balance or activate: Carnelian, Aquamarine
Crystals to calm: Emerald, aquamarine
REMEMBER – TIP FOR USING ORANGE: "Use this colour to kick start your sassy and creative mojo!"
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All views and information contained in our blog are the personal opinions of Stacie Frost and her guest authors. While being experienced and qualified in a wide range of holistic healing modalities, they are not qualified doctors and do not diagnose any health condition. Any form of complementary therapy should not be considered as an alternative to professional medical advice.