The energy of light
One of the benefits we receive from the sun's rays is the energy produced when light waves become color!
Emotionally we respond to colors as they fit the time of day or year. The reduction of sunlight on a cloudy
day or the long months of winter can significantly affect our emotions. Lack of sunlight can cause mood swings,
depression, low energy level. Most of us notice a fresh, cheerful, vibrant feeling when Spring arrives after a
long dark winter.
The seven color rays are spiritual forces emanating from the white light. They are perpetually vibrating - not
only on the surface of the earth - but also above and through it, encircling the globe in streams of endless energy.
Color vibrations are a source of power, each one having a general as well as a specific function and purpose.
Some people believe that each human being incarnates under a particular ray and is influenced by other subordinate
rays, the focal point being an aura or radiation of light, that surrounds all creatures.
The Trinity of Primary Colors
There are three primary colors unfolded in the white light. These are Red, Yellow and Blue. These colors correspond
with the three basic elements - hydrogen, carbon and oxygen. The three-fold power of the Primary Colors make a
direct energy contribution towards our physical, mental and spiritual development.
The Blue Ray (cooling) is assimilated by the spiritual center in the head. It awakens within a knowledge of
divinity. We WILL in blue - INTENTION.
The Yellow Ray stimulates mental growth by way of the brain. We THINK in yellow - WISDOM.
The Red Ray (thermal) provides sustenance for the physical body, gaining entrance by way of the breath. We FEEL
in red - ACTIVITY.
Blue is the color of distance - oceans, skies, the heavens. The energy of blue helps us to look beyond the immediate
environment, expanding our perceptions towards the unknown.
Blue is the color of Divinity. It brings:
- Peace and understanding
- Enhances the easy flow of communication with yourself or others
- Calms and relaxes
Yellow is naturally associated with the sun itself, and so with its life giving and sustaining energy.
Yellow enriches, lightens and activates many of the systems of the body. It's bright sunny energy brings about:
- clarity of thought
- memory improvement
- better decision making skills
- alleviates confusion
Red is the color with the longest wavelength, being the nearest visible light to infrared in the electromagnetic
We feel in red - ACTIVITY. The red ray furnishes sustenance for the physical body. It brings about:
- interest and passion
When blue is in harmony with yellow and red, there is peace and balance in body and mind. From this trinity
of primary colors emanate the secondary colors...
Orange combines red and yellow. It contains the fiery energy of red with the wisdom and control of yellow. Orange
is a dynamic energy like red but more thoughtful and controlled.
Orange brings about:
- exploration on a practical level
- relief from boredom
Green is the merging of yellow (mind) and blue (spirit). It is located exactly at the point of color balance
- midway between red and violet on the color spectrum.
The human eye is able to recognize more variation in the color green than in any other color.
Its energy contains:
- growth and expansion
Indigo amplifies the energy of blue in a profound way. At a physical level, while blue is calming, indigo is
sedating. It deepens and turns blue energy inward.
The indigo ray symbolizes the bridge between the finite and the infinite and opens the door to the mystical borderland.
While blue energy is fast, Indigo energy is more often lightening fast.
- opens the subconscious
- spiritual attainment
- sudden awareness
- psychic abilities
Violet is the ray of spiritual mastery. It is the highest and most subtle specialization of light, being at
the opposite end of the color spectrum to red.
It should be viewed as both a completion as well as a beginning of the energy vibration beyond the visible color
Violet is a combination of both red and blue and this is key to understanding this color. It brings a stabilizing
energy to the franticness of red. It lends practicality to the undirected spaciousness of blue.
- darker tones are associated with sorrow
- deep purple signifies high spiritual attainment
- pale lilac brings love for humanity
- bluish purple brings idealism
- sparks the imagination and inspiration
- integrates other energies for healing purposes