Blue Energy

Blue represents the spiritual aspects of our life. The sky and the ocean give us the feeling that life is an endless process. Blue is the greatest healing power in the world.

Blue is the color of purity and those who enjoy it, carry with them a sense of calmness, peace, serenity, and beauty. This energy is peaceful and soothing. Calming tired nerves, alleviating agony and the pain we suffer from physical stress. It has a pacifying effect over our nervous system and brings us great relaxation.

In using blue, it connects us to a spiritual and higher ground. The nature of blue energy is to connect our beings with the Cosmic Universe, from the interstellar to the cellular. It is associated with flow and communication on every level and is the color most connected to water and sky.

Blue in Healing

Next to the balancing power of green, blue is the most healing color on the planet.  It is our emotional connection, which helps us on levels of understanding, creativity, empathy, appreciation and acceptance. Blue also is associated with a cool, cleansed, relaxed, calm, hopeful, protected, reassuring, trusting and accepting feeling. It inspires mental control, clarity and creativity. Blue has a direct effect on the autonomic nervous system.

Sea and Sky

Blue water is our association with stable, soothing emotions. It is the flow of communication, the color that calms the nervous system and the relaxing sense of peace that we experience when enveloped by blue.  The sky and the ocean give us the feeling that life is an endless process.   Our blue sky is unique to our world and has an affinity to our spiritual soul.  Looking off into a blue sky or floating in a blue ocean, gives us the feeling that our possibilities can be boundless, free-wheeling and open!

Sacred Blue

Blue is the color of spirituality, spiritual development, intuition, inspiration and inner peace. Within the healing spectrum of light, blue is used for cooling and calming, both the physical and mental. The ray or blue flame, is a primary source of energy, presented in the power of intent, cause, direction, centralization, unity and Divine Will.  It is through our spiritual sources and shining a light into the darkest corners of our world in order to  develop our capacity for compassion.

The Tao of Blue

Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of placement to enhance the flow of “vital life energy” or Qi. Practitioners believe that environments can be arranged and decorated in a way that maximizes the flow of Qi, resulting in improvements to health and happiness of those who live in that environment.  Blue is cool, calming and a healing color and popular when a relaxing environment is desired. Blue’s positive associations are trust, faithfulness and stability. Blue is peaceful and soothing and is linked with spirituality, contemplation, mystery and patience.

The Taste of Blue

Food is an important and nourishing way to introduce color in our healing process. Our bodies benefit from the blue food group.  The pigments found in blue and purple foods are high in anti-cancer properties. These foods will also coordinate to energy centers within us. Blues foods tend to be helpful for the voice, organs and glands of the neck. Blue is also an appetite suppressant. This is believed to be that due to the fact that nature does not create a blue food other than blueberries, therefore we do not have an automatic appetite response to blue.

Wearing Blue

Appearing and feeling calm, is the impression blue gives when we wear it.  Blue portrays humility and gentleness. It offers a very calming affect to the person wearing it and to those who see it. It is also a known fact that blue reduces blood pressure. Blue is an extremely restful color. The lighter the blue, the less threatening the wearer is perceived. To appear innocent, wear light blue.  It gives the impression of being pure.  Hence the terms, “virginal blue” or “baby blue”.  Honor, trust and compassion are some of the other traits blue generates.

Power Over Us?

“Once in a blue moon  is a common way of saying not very often. Saying the moon was blue was equivalent to saying the moon was made of cheese; it indicated an obvious absurdity. In the 19th century, the phrase meant “never.”  But what exactly is a Blue Moon?   It is the second Full Moon to occur in a single calendar month. Since this does not happen at any regularity, this is where the phrase came from.

Are You Blue?

The “blues” are a feeling of depression or sadness.  This is sometimes associated with the “winter blues” or SAD (seasonal affective disorder), starting in the Fall and continue into the winter months, sapping our energy and making us feel moody. When there is an excess of blue energy, emotional detachment, cold emotions or aloofness can occur. Blue is not recommended if there is already depression, a lack of communication or feeling blocked.

Healing Compliment

The complement color to blue, is orange.  The remedy to “too much blue” in our lives is balanced by adding orange in the form of orange light, clothes, food or meditation. Orange is an anti-depressant color that lifts spirits by giving off feelings of security, warmth, joy, creativity, fun, humor and independence.  Balancing blue with orange, gives us a sense of stability. It creates a feeling of calm with a promise of hope. This equilibrium of cool and warm offers an embracing hug!

The Throat Chakra

The Throat Chakra represents the eloquence of expression. The Throat Chakra rules the faculty of speech, being midway between the heart and the tongue.  There is also a listening component to this Chakra. It is associated with clairaudience and with hearing sounds, words, and music. Another function associated with this Chakra is taking in and assimilating of physical and emotional nourishment by experiencing taste and smell including the sensuous desire and enjoyment for food.

 

 

Blue As Energy

Blue Energy may help when:
*you need to calm your mind and nerves
*have throat problems
*cannot sleep
*have menstrual problems
*eye, ear, nose, throat problems
*have had a shock
*have extreme agitation
*have a fever
*have creative blocks
*need inspiration

Lessons from Blue

From teal to turquoise, blue runs the spectrum from powder to periwinkle!  The tint or shades of blue will vary depending how much white or black are mixed into this primary color.  By adding one or two of the additional primary colors together with blue, you create other variations.  The darker the blue around us, the more “prophetic” we are, while the lighter the blue around us, the more trusting we are…

Acceptance of ourselves and the acceptance of others, no matter what their beliefs.

 

Belief in positive, reaffirming messages that honor who you are.

 

The free flow of speech. The ability to speak your mind. To build up with words, not deconstruct!

 

For yourself and other’s less fortunate than you.

 

To have confidence or trust in a person or a belief, not based on proof.

 

Have a simple elegance. Be humble and bow to the humanity that has given you such opportunities.

 

Have honesty, be fair, and have integrity in your beliefs as well as your actions.

 

Listening and understanding your own insight that is presented in subtle ways, before you.

 

Take time to cleanse and “lighten” your spirit from burden, heaviness and that which weighs you down.

 

Taking time to heal, honor and nourish yourself, no matter how long you need.

 

Letting go and trusting a person in your life or giving the Universe the opportunity to show you who is really in control.

 

Learning the “gift” of realization and why you have been granted this process in your life.

 

“Frozen Light”
Crystal Spectrum

Blue Lace Agate
This soothing blue stone, a member of the agate family, has a very spiritual energy. The white lines or veins of this stone represent the veil of the Goddess/Virgin as does the blue representing her girdle. It helps to focus on the inner source of love within you that transforms and heals all wounds. Contains the qualities of flight, air, movement, and grace.

Angelite

This stone is excellent at balancing, polarizing and aligning the physical body with the Aura or ethereal network. It is very calming and its shade of blue refreshes the eyes and spirit. This crystal helps us to be in touch with angels and animal guides, as well as assisting in distant communication with other humans. It is most associated with the Angelic Realm.

Apatite

This a great stone for encouraging inspiration. It is the stone used for humanitarian efforts and attitudes. It gives us insight into our own humility, our appreciation and desire toward service for mankind as well as, helps us to access information. Apatite allows us to connect between past and future, the conscious and unconscious and the psychic and intuitive centers.

Aqua Aura

This is truly a `master’ vibrational crystal, as with all energies the conscious use of this energy towards enlightenment is always the prime goal. Aqua Aura Quartz has an energy that can enhance one’s intuition and communication, calm one’s nerves, and energize one’s mental abilities.

Aquamarine

This stone has the calming, soothing energy of the sea. This is the stone of courage, tranquility, innocence, lightheartedness, creativity, communication, self-awareness, confidence and purpose. Used for protection on journeys, especially those who travel on water. Attunes to the Throat and Heart Chakra, affecting the etheric and mental levels.

Blue Quartz

This stone helps you discover or increase your understanding of your spiritual nature. Has a calming effect upon the mind and stimulates hope. A good healing stone for linking heart with Throat and Brow Chakra to expand self expression and creativity, plus refining communication skill to new levels.

Celestite

This stone allows us to find serenity, harmony and easiness. It creates stillness for receiving, therefore allowing us connection to spirit, life overview and creativity. Celestite increases self-expression, artistic creativity and healing. This stone helps the Throat Chakra by allowing for honesty, openness and listening.

Chelcedony

Known as a nurturing stone, it encourages the harmony, benevolence, generosity and humility of its owner. It absorbs negative energy and dissipates it, therefore, decreasing hostility, easing self-doubt and transforming sadness and melancholy into joy! It has been known to make one more reflective.

Chrysocolla

This gentle, soothing, friendly stone is an excellent crystal for the Heart Chakra. It is said to heal emotional heart blocks (loss, hurt, guilt, fear…) and is used for allowing, flexibility, self-forgiveness, peace of heart, and patience. Keeps one in light, love, and healing daily. Used at the Throat Chakra, it helps us to express our feelings, verbally and artistically,

Kyanite

Kyanite is considered the “Earth Stone” due to its soothing earth tone colors, as well as its grounding and tranquil nature. The healing benefits depend on the color it comes in. Blue Kyanite is most effective when placed on the Throat Chakra in order to open the throat for communication and self expression.

Larimar

A gentle, soft, sky-blue Caribbean healer. Larimar brings tranquility of sea and air to heart and mind. Soothes and uplifts hurt, fear, depression, pain of life and changes with love. Beneficial for self-expression, patience, acceptance, simplicity, creativity and artwork. Especially helps with creativity

Turquoise

Turquoise is known as a stone of protection and communication on every level. Use turquoise at the Throat Chakra, to encouraging communication between heart and mind as well as expressing your desires and dreams. Use for clear communication, creativity, serenity, spiritual bonding and uplifting through verbal expression.

Color and Aromatherapy

The marriage of color and scent have long had strong associations. Often, when we see a color, we can sense the type of scent that could accompany it.  The color of the flower can be a direct correlation with the oils they produce.

Green = pine, eucalyptus, vetiver
Rose/Red = roses, geraniums, tulips
Purple/Indigo = lavender, lilac

But sometimes, the direct association is not obvious and the color can often be found in the hue of the leaves or the tint of the inner workings, we only get a glimpse of.  This is the case with blue. Here are some of the most popular essential oils associated with blue:

~German Chamomile, Roman Chamomile, Myrtle, Marjoram, White Thyme, Rosemary, Hyssop, Cypress, Pine, Mandarin, some varieties of Eucalyptus, Spike Lavender, Spanish Sage

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Color therapy is a technique of restoring imbalance by means of applying color to the body. It was a popular method of therapy even in ancient times.

Color can be the catalyst for our healing process. Color encourages the body to work with the color(s) we are most drawn to.  You will find yourself drawn to one color more than others. The energy vibration of that color is what you need, at this moment, in order improve and balance your emotional state.   Selecting your chosen color by clicking on it…