Your energy center colors are typically broken down into seven and follow the order of the colors of the rainbow. Let’s look at these colors in order, from red to purple and white, and explore their meanings and attributes when used with chakra healing techniques and healing stones.
In order, the colors of your 7 energy center colors are:
Each color reflects a type of vibration or frequency radiating through your energy centers. This classic color chart is based on yogic traditions, as well as contemporary healing schools of thought. Although the exact color of each energy center may vary, there is a general agreement about a rainbow-colored representation of what is know as the chakra system.
While the chakra colors reflect different frequencies of light and energy associated with each energy center, their meaning may be related to the function of its associated chakras and general symbolism. When you see or use the following colors, you could make the following associations:
You can look at symbolic associations and the chakra system chart to determine the meaning of a specific color. Yet, the color of someone’s energy field is likely associated with the activity of one or several chakras. When paying attention to the auric field, it’s important to remember that colors do not necessarily have a definite, set meaning, but rather reflect the activity of the energy centers and their frequency or vibration.
For example, seeing purple around someone’s upper body while they are describing their calling in life might be due to a strong emphasis coming from their third eye chakra, an energy center we commonly rely on when we envision our purpose or use our intuition.
Similarly, if you see flashes or a haze of pink around someone’s upper body, the heart might be involved and contributing to coloring the auric field.
The aura can be seen as the electromagnetic field that surrounds the body. Its colors reflect the energy flowing through the chakras and can be correlated to the state of the various bodily functions, as well as emotions and other psycho-spiritual elements.
Even though the chakras are typically represented with specific colors, they may appear with different tints and shades in the auric field depending on the situation and the individual. Healing traditions provide a rich palette of colors when depicting energy centers in the human body.
For instance, even though heart energy may generally be depicted as green, it sometimes radiates in shades of pink when one feels into strong emotional qualities of love and compassion. Red, which is generally associated with the root chakra, can be colored differently depending on the strength and quality of the energy in this center. It could for example go from deep burgundy red to a lighter orange red.
Even though the traditional representation of the chakra system revolves around a breakdown of 7 energy centers, there are occasional references in energy healing practices to upper centers of energy resulting in a 9 chakra or 12 chakra system. The 8th and 9th chakras rely on higher frequencies and levels or energy that becomes more and more subtle.
The 9 chakra colors are as follows:
The 12 chakra colors chart may also vary. >> Learn more about the 12 chakras
Working with colors is a great way to balance the chakras. At the most obvious level, one can match a color with its associated with the energy center to support or activate its flow. For example, you may use red to stimulate root chakra energy and support grounding and overall vitality; orange to target the second energy center; yellow for the third, etc.
While matching colors can be a useful approach to stimulate the function of a specific chakra, one could also apply colors across the body in order to target different bodily functions and energy centers.
Here’s a chart of colors and body associations based on modern healing methods:
The traditional chakra system distinguishes 7 main colors associated with each energy center. Yet, healing with colors opens up a whole new range of options. It allows us to shift from a static representation of the chakra system to a dynamic interplay of tints we can use to better support the energy flow in the body.
Finally, color therapy provides additional resources to stimulate a desired emotional or physiological response during a meditation on the chakras, in your living environment, or healing work.
Information provided by: http://www.chakras.info/chakra-colors/