Gem Colors

Creation Gems offer precious stones interior solutions in a variety of colors to enhace your taste and well being. Colors are Universal, and throughout the ages, many different colors have been associated with different religious and spiritual meanings.  But one aspect of color holds true in every corner of the world. The color of our Interiors speeks a lot about our tastes, personality and aura. Everything is made up of electromagnetic energy vibrating at different frequencies that correspond to sound, light and color. We are drawn to the colors needed to create balance in our lives, the goal in all healing. Colors attract ... certain clothing and accessories, colors in our homes, and even the foods we eat.

 

The colors we chose are not arbitrary, but hold personal meaning for us.  We definitely have certain colors that "attract us",  and other colors we can not even stand to wear or have around us. The colors we chose are deliberate, carefully selected, and have personal meaning to us as an expression of "who we are". The colors we chose, to decorate our homes, flourish in our gardens, and adorn our body and personal spaces have a lot to offer us in the way of personal insight about what is going on inside, our  innermost feelings and emotions.
Read about the meanings of colors, and look at your personal surrounds, your wardrobe, your living spaces.  What is your primary color?  Your preferences? Gemstones are a good way to add the properties of a color to your life. And when used in Interios there good effects only multiply.

Use the Color Messages from your own Aura to help you navigate your life...

Each Color Energy corresponds to a body area - Chakra, emotional issues - feelings and mood and spiritual principals - healing pathwork . Daily situations create "auric weather patterns". Your Aura is an energy field produced by all of your Chakras and extends about arms length in all directions around you. You can feel the energy shift when someone comes into your Auric space; and sometimes energies become excessive or depleted.By knowing which color vibrations are available to you; you can help bring balance to your Aura and participate in the flow of your own life.


RED

 

RED - Red is the Chakra Color of Creative Fires and Vital Motives. Create, move and get motivated with Red.

Decor with Red:
Red in home decor is daring and aggressive. It will show creative energies and promote a feeling of high competition and may incite arguments or great joy! Great for children's rooms and art studios, it stimulates creative minds and artistic projects. It opposes and competes with other colors taking over the space. Red is the most emotionally intense of all the colors and is known to raise the heart rate, increase blood pressure, and speed up breathing. It draws the eye so is often used for accents only, although because it also stimulates the appetite it can be a good choice for the walls of a formal dining room (and restaurants). Red raises a roomís energy level. Itís a good choice when you want to stir up excitement, particularly at night. In the living room or dining room, red draws people together and stimulates conversation. In an entryway, it creates a strong first impression. Red has been shown to raise blood pressure, speed respiration and heart rate. It is usually considered too stimulating for bedrooms, but if youíre only in the room after dark, youíll be seeing it mostly by lamplight, when the color will appear muted, rich, and elegant. Red, the most intense, pumps the adrenaline like no other hue. Red is bright, bold and beautiful.

Creation Gems uses Carnelian, Red Agate, Red Jasper , Blood Stone, Red Petrified wood and Red Tiger to make gem interiors in Red color

The Meaning of Red:
Red is a Masculine Color and is one of the three Primary Colors. It stands alone and pure red is not composed of other colors. Red is a Fire- destruction and re-generation- with true South as it's direction. Red moves in the physical body, the Life Force and the mechanics of accomplishing things. It is excellent for lovers, keeping in good physical condition and all things building and creating. Red is warming and invigorating, but it is not the hottest color as some suppose. It is the Fire of motivation and burns away debris, toxins and burst into action to create new. Red wants to move and get things done. It is the best color when you need to destroy old worn-out patterns and create new ones and really put them into action.
The Red Personality:
Red people thrive on attention. They like to be happy and entertaining, but can quickly flare if their ideas or behavior is met with any opposition or coolness. They can be easily offended.
The person wearing Red might be feeling like they just want to be noticed... for once. They may be feeling creative, pleased with themselves and excited, motivated, energetic and let's not forget sexy; so try to allow them their day. Wear Red when you want to present an energetic appearance and remember Red is not a Love Color, it is a Lust Color!

The word red comes from the Old English rēad. The word can be further traced to the Proto-Germanic rauthaz and the Proto-Indo European root reudh-. In Sanskrit, the word rudhira means red or blood.

In China, red (simplified Chinese: 红; traditional Chinese: 紅; pinyin: hóng) is the symbol of fire and the south (both south in general and Southern China specifically). It carries a largely positive connotation, being associated with courage, loyalty, honor, success, fortune, fertility, happiness, passion, and summer. In Chinese cultural traditions, red is associated with weddings (where brides traditionally wear red dresses) and red paper is frequently used to wrap gifts of money or other objects. Special red packets (simplified Chinese: 红包; traditional Chinese: 紅包; pinyin: hóng bāo in Mandarin or lai see in Cantonese) are specifically used during Chinese New Year celebrations for giving monetary gifts. Red is also associated with either the feminine or the masculine (yin and yang respectively), depending on the source

In Japan, red is a traditional color for a heroic figure. In the Indian subcontinent, red is the traditional color of bridal dresses, and is frequently represented in the media as a symbolic color for married women. The color is associated with purity, as well as with sexuality in marital relationships through its connection to heat and fertility. It is also the color of wealth, beauty, and the goddess Lakshmi.

In Central Africa, Ndembu warriors rub themselves with red paint during celebrations. Since their culture sees the color as a symbol of life and health, sick people are also painted with it.

The color red is associated with lust, passion, love, and beauty as well. The association with love and beauty is possibly related to the use of red roses as a love symbol. Both the Greeks and the Hebrews considered red a symbol of love, as well as sacrifice. Psychological research has shown that men find women who are wearing red more attractive.

In metaphysics red connects with the root chakra.



 


GREEN

 

GREEN - Green is the Chakra Color for Giving and Receiving. Green can feel like you want to embrace the whole world or maybe just one someone special and never let go. Move, Accept, Love, Hold and Thrive with Green.

Decor with Green:
Green in home decor is unpretentious and natural. It will show friendly energies and promote a feeling of inclusiveness and acceptance of differences. Great for conference rooms and family rooms, the darker the better for calmness if good light is included. It compliments other natural colors and binds them together. Green is very versatile. It does not suppress appetite (perhaps because so many foods in nature are green) and in its lighter shades can be both cheerful and relaxing. Green is considered the most restful color for the eye. Combining the refreshing quality of blue and the cheerfulness of yellow, green is suited to almost any room in the house. In a kitchen, a sage or medium green cools things down; in a family room or living room, it encourages unwinding but has enough warmth to promote comfort and togetherness. In a bedroom, itís relaxing and pleasant.Green also has a calming effect when used as a main color for decorating. It is believed to relieve stress by helping people relax. Also believed to help with fertility this is a great choice for the bedroom. Green is hearty and generous.
Creation Gems uses Moss Agate, Green Agate, Green Jasper, Malachite, Aventurine and Green Abalone to make gem interiors in green color

The Meaning of Green:
Green is a Feminine Color and is composed of Blue and Yellow. Green is an Earth color- abundance, growth and life- with North-East as it's direction. Green moves in the Soul, with powers of decision making, structuring and spanning the bridge of the Physical Body with the Spiritual Body. It is excellent for lovers and for families and mostly for the whole of society. Green wants abundance for all and tolerance, acceptance and a fair balance of giving and receiving. Green is comforting, soothing and builds a thriving structure. It is the Growth of the earth the abundance of life and it wants to be all inclusive. It is the best color when you need to increase acceptance, tolerance and forgiveness; the actions of Love.
The Green Personality:
Green people are sensitive. They like to be natural and casual, relaxed, friendly and loving, but can quickly become crushed if their happy friendship is rejected. They can be easily hurt emotionally.
Wear Green when you want to present an appearance of natural friendship and appreciation of others. Green brings the growth and abundance of Life to the structure of your relationships so that they will thrive.

The word green comes from the Old English word grene. Which is closely related to the Old English verb growan, 'to grow'. The word green It is used to describe plants or the ocean.
In many folklores and literatures, green has traditionally been used to symbolize nature and its embodied attributes, namely those of life, fertility, and rebirth. Green was symbolic of resurrection and immortality in Ancient Egypt; the god Osiris was depicted as green-skinned.
The word designates the color on the visible light spectrum situated between blue and yellow. It is often used to describe foliage and the sea, and has become a symbol of environmentalism.
In some cultures, green symbolizes hope and growth. , Islam venerates the color, as it expects paradise to be full of lush greenery. Green is considered the traditional color of Islam, likewise because of its association with nature. In the Qur'an, sura Al-Insan, believers in God in Paradise wear fine green silk.
Roman Catholic and more traditional Protestant clergy wear green vestments at liturgical celebrations during Ordinary Time.
In the Eastern Catholic Church, green is the color of Pentecost.
Romans used green holly and evergreen as decorations for their winter solstice celebration called Saturnalia, which eventually evolved into a Christmas celebration.
In Hinduism, Green is used to symbolically represent the fourth, heart chakra (Anahata).
In China, green is associated with the east, with sunrise, and with life and growth. In Thailand, the color green is consider auspicious for those born on a Wednesday
Stories of the medieval period further portray love as representing love and the base, natural desires of man.
Green is also associated with regeneration, fertility and rebirth for its connections to nature. Green is also associated with prosperity.
Overall, greens, along with blues and purples, are frequently described as cool colors, in contrast to red and yellow. Infect some languages have no word separating green from blue.

 

 


BLUE

 

BLUE - Blue is the Chakra Color for Family and Timing Patterns. Feel self-worth, perfect timing and joy with Blue.
Decor with Blue:
Blue in home decor is orderly and makes you feel like you are in step with the world. It will show energies of resourcefulness and harmony! Great for rooms of any kind think of cleanliness, tidiness and comarraderie as the affects. Also a great color for outdoors. It does not compete with other colors but orders them into the space. Blue One of the most popular "favorite" colors, blue has the opposite effect of red: it calms, relaxes, inspires tranquility, and suppresses appetite. Blue is often used in bedrooms and studies. Blue brings down blood pressure and slows respiration and heart rate. Thatís why itís considered calming, relaxing, and serene, and is often recommended for bedrooms and bathrooms. To encourage relaxation in the rooms where people gather family rooms, living rooms, large kitchens consider warmer blues, such as periwinkle, or bright blues, such as cerulean or turquoise. Blue is known to have a calming effect when used as the main color of a room. When going with blue go for softer shades of blue. Blue is a popular color for doors in Greece and the Mediterranean as it blends well with the white exteriors and as is believed to bring in auspiciousness  and prosperity
. Blue is a joyful feast drawn from simplicity.
Creation Gems uses Blue Agate, Blue Lace Agate, Lapis Lazuli, Sodalite, Hawk's Eye and Labradorite, Azurite, Turquoise and Chrysocolla to make gem interiors in Blue color

The Meaning of Blue:
Blue is a Feminine Color and is one of the three Primary Colors. It stands alone and pure Blue is not composed of other colors. Blue is an Earth Crystal energy- timing, self-worth and Synchronicity- with true North as it's direction. Blue moves in the Astral Body and creates the link to the Cosmic clockwork. It is excellent for family issues and understanding who you are genetically and as a link in the family chain, Ancestor connections. Blue is cool and collected, peaceful. It is the Ice Crystal of cosmic timing structure and vibrates order and reflection, as above so below. Blue wants to be accepted for who it is and rejoice at finding it's own place. It is the best color when you need to feel you can finally take your turn, and know what you are worth to yourself- that you are worthy of the air you breath and the space you take up. Blue tells you that it is your turn now to take up the Journey of your Ancestors and shows how we are all the same and all unique at the same time.
The Blue Personality:
Blue people tend to stay out of the way because of the real or imagined priority of others. They like to be surrounded by family in a quiet setting, and can quickly crumble out of sorts when they are not feeling supported. They can be easily scared.
The person wearing Blue might be feeling like they just never heard. They may be feeling full of joy and like their ship has come in at last- give them their day. Wear Blue when you want to present a collected and solid appearance and remember Blue brings self-worth and timing will be the issue of the day--- either too late or too early.

 

The modern English word blue comes from Middle English bleu or blewe, from Old French bleu, bleve, blöe, a word of Germanic origin (Frankish or possibly Old High German blāo, "pale, wan, blue-grey").
Blue is a color, the perception of which is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of roughly 440-490 nm.
Blue is the color of truth, serenity and harmony, by helping to soothe the mind. It is good for cooling, calming, reconstructing and protecting. good for fevers, calming the body and mind, raising frequency, etc.
Blue is the color of electricity. We experience in a program created by electromagnetic energy that had a beginning and is evolving out of physical consciousness. Blue relates to the future in linear time as it is a faster moving frequency than we experience in the physical.
In Hinduism, blue is used to symbolically represent the fifth, throat chakra (Vishuddha). Blue also connects with the third eye chakra.
Exposure to blue light can increase confidence and boost happiness levels, research suggests. Researchers exposed a group of volunteers to a range of colors and lights. They found that blue and green made male subjects feel happier, while blue, purple and orange did the same for women.

Blue represent happiness and optimism as days with clearer, blue skies tend to be considered times where these emotions are more easily expressed. Many artistic contributions have been made referencing clear days with blue skies as part of the happiness.
Blue is commonly used in the Western hemisphere to symbolize the male gender in contrast to pink used for females.


YELLOW

 

YELLOW -Yellow is the Chakra Color of Change and New Ideas. Expand your thoughts and be open to changes with Yellow.
Decor with Yellow:
Yellow in home decor is open and embracing. It will show energies of new thinking and promote a feeling of acceptance and jovial energy, like the Sun. Great for children's study rooms, it stimulates inquisitive minds and an eagerness to learn. Yellow speeds the metabolism, enhances concentration, and inspires optimism and happiness. If over-used, however, it can become too stimulating and can instead lead people to become tense and crabby. It welcomes other colors especially cool ones like Blue and Purple. Yellow captures the joy of sunshine and communicates happiness. Itís perfect for kitchens, dining rooms, and bathrooms, where happy color is energizing and uplifting. In halls, entries, and small spaces, yellow can feel expansive and welcoming. Yellow is warm and inclusive, happy and fun.
Creation Gems uses Yellow Quartz, Yellow Agate, Camel Jasper, Graphic Feldspar, Golden Tiger Eye, Citrine, Yellow Mother of Pearl, Pyrite and Yellow Ammonites & Fossils to make gem interiors in Yellow color

The Meaning of Yellow:
Yellow is a Masculine Color and is one of the three Primary Colors. It stands alone and pure yellow is not composed of other colors. Yellow is Light- new dawn and new thoughts- with true East as it's direction. Yellow moves in the mental body, it is the the "Light" of Enlightenment and causes understanding and discernment of things. It is excellent for matching the interior beliefs to the outside actions moving us forward on our Journey and Spiritual Path of Awakening. Yellow is warming and invigorating, and is the hottest color- white hot, as it were. It is the Light Energy and of openness and illuminates the mind, thoughts, body, soul and spirit with the highest thoughts and expansive changes. It is the best color when you need make thoughtful changes and draw like minded souls to you- soul mates.
The Yellow Personality:
Yellow people like learning and teaching. They like to have elevated discussions, read or find ways to gather more and more knowledge, but can sometimes be easily swayed off of their goal because they can readily see the others point of view. They can be easily confused with too many choices.
The person wearing Yellow might be feeling like they are being forced into a belief or pattern of behavior that is not of their own choosing and so want to expand. They may be feeling incited to search beyond what they know now to stay in control , perhaps they feel scattered and thrown to the winds; so try to allow them to just talk it out. Wear Yellow when you want to present an enlightened and open appearance. It will show that you are open to the ideas of others.

 

The word "yellow" comes from the Old English geolu, or geolwe which derived from the Proto-Germanic word gelwaz
Yellow is associated with the word "caution"
The ancient Maya associated the color yellow with the direction South. The Maya glyph for "yellow" (k'an) also means "precious" or "ripe".
The color is traditionally associated with the Malay Rulers of Malaysia.
Yellow has a suitable mixture of somewhat longer and shorter wavelengths.
Yellow is the color evoked by light that stimulates both the L and M (long and medium wavelength) cone cells of the retina about equally, but does not significantly stimulate the S (short-wavelength) cone cells; that is, light with much red and green but not very much blue.
In metaphysics yellow connects with the solar plexus.
Yellow is the color of intellect and it is used for mental clarity. Linked to the sun and the lion, it is connected to source of creation was it's frequency emerges into higher frequencies.



BLACK

 

BLACK- Black is the Chakra Color of Grounding Excess. Calm down, reflect, and be realistic about your expectations with Black.
Decor with Black:
Black in home decor will show stark contrasts to showcase other colors used with it. Black and white contrast interiors work well. It grounds to earth excess energies, chatter and commotion to quiet a space from the World. Black is mysterious, full of the divine feminine/Yin energies, cool, protective, shielding, collected and strong.
Creation Gems uses Black Smoky Quartz, Black Carnelian, Black Agate, Black Zebra Jasper and Black Mother of Pearl to make gem interiors in Black color
The Meaning of Black:
Black is a Feminine Color and is an absorption of all other colors. It is an Earth-Spirit Color- Human Spirit, with the North-East- structure and thinking- as it's direction. Black moves in the physical body and is often deep, quiet, collected and silent. It is the best color when you need to feel calm, in control and grounded with sure footing.
The Black Personality:
Black people are often very sensitive to psychic energies and the day to day noise of people and accumulation of energies can adversely affect them.
The person wearing Black might be feeling scattered and lost or bizarre and crazy to the point that they want to come out of their skin and change completely and so use Black to feel grounded again.
Those who tend to wear Black are very good to have around when there is a lot to do and things are chaotic; they cut through clutter and mess and get things done, because they are grounded. Wear Black when you want to feel more in control of the structure of a situation, meeting or relationship.

 

The word black comes from Old English blæc ("black, dark", also, "ink"), from Proto-Germanic blakkaz ("burned"), from Proto-Indo-European *bhleg- ("to burn, gleam, shine, flash"), from base bhel- ("to shine"), related to Old Saxon blak ("ink"), Old High German blah ("black"), Old Norse blakkr ("dark"), Dutch blaken ("to burn"), and Swedish bläck ("ink"). More distant cognates include Latin flagrare ("to blaze, glow, burn"), and Ancient Greek phlegein ("to burn, scorch"). Black supplanted the wonted Old English word sweart ("black, dark"), which survives as swart, swarth, and swarthy (compare German schwarz and Dutch zwart, "black").

White also represented death in ancient Egypt, representing the lifeless desert that covered much of the country; black was held to be the color of life, representing the mud-covered fertile lands created by the flooding of the Nile and giving the country its name (Kemet, or "black land").
Black can be seen as the color of authority and seriousness.
In Japanese culture, kuro (black) is a symbol of nobility, age, and experience, as opposed to shiro (white), which symbolizes serfdom, youth, and naiveté. Thus the black belt is a mark of achievement and seniority in many martial arts, whereas in, for example, Shotokan karate, a white belt is a rank-less belt that comes before all other belts. These ranks are called dan.
Black was the color of the Arab dynasty of Abbasid caliphs.
In the Maasai tribes of Kenya and Tanzania, the color black is associated with rain clouds, a symbol of life and prosperity.
Native Americans associated black with the life-giving soil.
The Hindu deity Krishna means "the black one". And His body color is caompared to the sark rain bearing clouds.
The medieval Christian sect known as the Cathars viewed black as a color of perfection.
The Rastafari movement sees black as beautiful.
In the Japanese culture, Black is associated with honor, not death with the white color being associated with death.



PURPLE

 

PURPLE - Purple is the Chakra Color for Personal Power and Magic. Be Magical, Powerful and just with Purple.
Decor with Purple:
Purple in home decor is a subtle warning and reminder to be respectful. It will show energies to move mountains when needed and also promote a feeling of a willingness to protect you! Great for children's rooms to boost self-confidence and to let them know that you respect them and to teach them to do the same. However, it does stimulate passionate attachments and Metaphysical powers including clairvoyance and Clairaudience. Balance your gifts with belief and not fear. It opposes and competes with other colors. taking over the space. Purple is Mystical, Magical and full of deep passion. It can seem intense, or very romantic and sophisticated. In general children respond better to shades of purple than adults. Purple in its darkest values is rich, dramatic, and sophisticated. Itís associated with luxury as well as creativity, and as an accent or secondary color, it gives a scheme depth. Lighter versions of purple, such as lavender and lilac, bring the same restful quality to bedrooms as blue does, but without the risk of feeling chilly. A color associated with royalty and high class since the Roman times, when used in exteriors as highlighters it convey a strong aura of authority.
Creation Gems uses Amethyst and Purple Agate of Pearl to make gem interiors in Purple color

The Meaning of Purple:
Purple is a Feminine color pushing to a Masculine Color and is composed of Blue, Violet and Red. Purple is a Storm and Thunder and Lightening- Psychic powers, Passion and Honor- with true West as it's direction. Purple moves in the emotional body, the magickal powers of justice and being aligned with the Spiritual forces. It is excellent for dealing with anger and pure emotional rage; it will give you the meaningful release you need to be validated. Purple is dramatic and purposeful, and it is the color most full of passion. It is the storm on the ocean of emotion and it is how we learn to use and orchestrate our release of power that makes us healthy and Magickaly adept. It is the best color when you need find your passion, bring true feelings to the surface instead of burying them and then deal with them purposefully and with skill.

 

The word 'purple' comes from the Old English word purpul which derives from the Latin purpura, in turn from the Greek πορφύρα (porphura), name of the Tyrian purple dye manufactured in classical antiquity from a mucus secreted by the spiny dye-murex snail.

 

Purple is a general term for the range of shades of color occurring between red and blue
In human color psychology, purple is also associated with royalty and nobility (stemming from classical antiquity when Tyrian purple was only affordable to the elites).
Purple (usually a hue close to Royal Purple) is the distinctive color for Divinity. It is also worn in Europe by high academic officials (University President, Head of Faculty, Rector, etc.) regardless of the field in which they graduated.
In metaphysics purple connects with the crown chakra.
Purple Crystal Amethyst is Greatly used in healing.
In healing purple is good for emotional problems, rheumatism, epilepsy, reducing pain, deep tissue work, bones.
The Violet Flame is supposedly charged with the light of divine freedom. It is used to burn off karma from other lifetimes on all levels.

One of the stars in the Pleiades, called Pleione, is sometimes called Purple Pleione because, being a fast spinning star, it has a purple hue caused by its blue-white color being obscured by a spinning ring of electrically excited red hydrogen gas.
The Purple Forbidden enclosure is a name used in traditional Chinese astronomy for those Chinese constellations that surround the North Celestial Pole.



WHITE

 

WHITE - White is the Chakra Color for Spirit Connections and Stillness. Longing to belong and facing your destiny is White.
Decor with White:
White in home decor is impressive and intensifies all your energies. It well may show everything and it may show nothing about you! Great for rooms where you do not want to commit to a purpose, it leaves things open yet clear and clean to take on whatever energies come along. White is bright, fresh, and neutral so it goes with everything. White enhances natural light and makes things appear clean. White is bright, complete in itself and non-threatening.
Creation Gems uses White Quartz, Ice Quartz, Guava Agate, White Mother of Pearl and Freshwater M.O.P. to make gem interiors in White color

The Meaning of White:
White is a Masculine Color and is the reflection of all other Colors. White is Divine Spirit- your destiny and the divine connection- with true Center as it's direction. White moves in the Ethereal body, the human spirit connected to the Divine spirit and the Individual spirit. It is excellent for seeking wisdom and your place in the Universe. White magnifies Spirit and Spirit answers you directly. It is the Spirit that tells us that all things are possible that all things affect all other things. and we are all united by the one Spirit. It is the best color when you need to feel like you belong ...somewhere.
The White Personality:
White people sometimes have to belong to everything if they have not found their Spiritual Path. They like to be nothing and nowhere and be very existential and pre-occupied with their religion or spiritual prayers and leader. But can quickly become sad and lost if something shakes their strong belief in the one they "follow".
The person wearing White might be feeling like they just want to be clean and carefree. They may be feeling lost and trying to find the right path of light so be kind. Wear White when you want to present a non-threatening appearance and remember White is a difficult color to wear, people expect impressive things from you when you are wearing White.

The word white continues Old English hwīt. From Proto-Indo-European language *kwid-, surviving also in Sanskrit śveta "to be white or bright. The White, Ihram clothing (also spelt Ahram clothing) includes men's and women's garments worn by Muslim people during the Ihram pilgrimage (Hajj). The Roman Catholic Pope's cassock is white. White is the liturgical color in the Roman Catholic Church for the Easter season, Christmas and Epiphany season. Also the consecration of virgins, the dedication of a church, altar, or school, at Nuptial Masses, and at Requiem Masses. Only white clothing is worn inside Mormon Temples due to white symbolizing purity. Many images dealing with God and heaven portray it as existing in the clouds, where everything is white. In Yoruba religion, the orisha Obatala in the Ifá tradition is represented by white. Obatala is associated with calmness, morality, old age, and purity. In Theosophy the deities called the Great White Brotherhood are said to have white auras.
White light is the octave (frequency) above purple. It has always been seen as transcendence, pure, perfection, innocence, chastity, the triumphant of spirit over the flesh, purity. In Alchemy white is the feminine principle or highest frequency of though turning into pure consciousness.
Wearing white links to the goddess in many civilizations. Druid priests often wore white. In Christian beliefs white is the highest color representing the purified soul, joy, virginity, integrity, light and a holy life. To the Buddhist tradition, white is self-mastery and redemption. It is representative of being lead from bondage - the highest spiritual transformation. In Hinduism, white is symbolic of pure consciousness, upward movement, light, and manifestation. Maori tradition holds white as meaning truce or surrendering. In Mayan tradition it represented peace and health. A white light is often claimed to be seen by those who have had near death experiences.
White is the traditional color of bridal dress in both western and Japanese weddings. In Japanese weddings, white is to symbolize the death of their former family and their introduction into their new family.
White is a tone, the perception which is evoked by light that stimulates all three types of color sensitive cone cells in the human eye in near equal amount and with high brightness compared to the surroundings. Since the impression of white is obtained by three summations of light intensity across the visible spectrum, the number of combinations of light wavelengths that produce the sensation of white is practically infinite.



PINK

 

PINK - Pink is the Chakra Color for Sovereignty, Mercy and Encouragement. Pink can feel like you are being trampled or finally taking your rightful place. Calm, boost your self-defense mechanisms and find your dignity with Pink.
Decor with Pink:
Pink in home decor is passive aggressive; that is that is stakes it's claim and regally doesn't care if you like it or not... It can "nothing you" or it can welcome you into it's domain with open arms. It will show respectful energies and promote a feeling of self-reliance and self-satisfaction! Great for all rooms choose a shade that suits the purpose of the space. It stimulates resourcefulness, self-starting and can improve the self-esteem of all. It is a strong color even though it appears to be soft and goes well with other soft colors when they are neutral but also it's opposite Brown. Pink is sovereign, soft and full of inner strength. Also pink in home decor is soft light. It will show charm and elegance and allow light to diffuse irritations angry energies. Pink promotes a feeling of calm, comfort! Great for dining areas and offices, it stimulates co-operation on projects. It opposes forcefulness and aggression yet is non-threatening. Pink is charming and disarming. It is also traditionally used in Girls rooms.

Creation Gems uses Rose Quartz, Pink Abalone and Pink Agate, to make gem interiors in Pink color
The Meaning of Pink:
Pink is a Feminine/Masculine Color and is one of the Spiritual Colors of office. It is composed of Red and White and sometimes Blue or Violet. Pink is your individual Spirit- sovereignty, dignity and self-reliance- with Central-West as it's direction. Pink moves in the Spirit, the Life Force and the awakening. It is the color of finding the true self and freeing it from the assumed self. Pink is freeing and empowering. It is the Essence of the Self, the essential self and helps us to find and accomplish our Divine Purpose. Pink wants to take charge- of our own life and sometimes the lives of others- there is the rub. We all have Pink Dignity and allowing another their sovereignty is the highest calling of PINK color energy. It is the best color when you need to take responsibility for All of your own actions, reactions faults and failings, successes and accomplishments. Believe it or not, pink has aggressive properties, softened or hidden. Pink is a warmth- coziness and comfort- with South East as it's direction. Pink moves from the physical body into the thoughts, the fears and self-preservation energies and is fueled by survival. It is excellent when entering new situations or enduring long term discomfort. Pink is charming and disarming in order to get around others anger and to get the needs met. It is warmth and generosity and acceptance of others with grace and wide-eyed elegance or at least the pretense of it. Pink wants to keep peace, softly and gently manipulate others into kind and proper behaviors. It is the best color when you need to charm another into your way of thinking or keep them from being aggressive and violent.

 

The Pink Personality:
Pink people have found themselves. They like to be acknowledged and recognized, and can quickly retreat if they are met with any opposition. They are not easily offended; but will not tolerate any disrespect- you will be dismissed. Pink people thrive on activity and fun. They like to be elegant and entertaining, but can quickly flounder if their ideas or behavior is met with any opposition or coolness.
The person wearing Pink might be feeling like they are finally in the PINK...for once. They may be feeling like they have arrived and they do not really care if you have noticed or not! Stay clear... Wear Pink when you want to present a self-confident appearance and remember Pink is a self-Love Color and makes us quite pleased with ourselves and well it should!
Wear Pink when you want to present an elegant, charming air... others are not fearful or suspicious of Pink; it can be the perfect camouflage.

 

The color pink is named after the flowers called pinks, flowering plants in the genus Dianthus. The name derives from the frilled edge of the flowers—the verb "to pink" dates from the 14th century and means "to decorate with a perforated or punched pattern" (possibly from German "pinken" = to peck). As noted and referenced above, the word "pink" was first used as a noun to refer to the color known today as pink in the 17th century. The verb sense of the word "pink" continues to be used today in the name of the hand tool known as pinking shears.

 


GRAY

 

GRAY- Gray is the Chakra color of Rest, Retreat and Hiding. Rest, Retreat, Admit Defeat and Escape with Gray.

Decor with Gray:

Gray in home decor will be restful and create a feeling of hiding, secrecy and dis-connecting from the World. Gray is cozy and comforting, and supports illness well. Sometimes we desperately need to allow ourselves to retreat, wrap up in our cloak of invisibility.

Creation Gems uses Grey Agate, Light Smoky Quartz and Grey Mother of Pearl, to make gem interiors in Grey color

 

The Meaning of Gray:

Gray is a Feminine Color and is a mixture of all other colors in a muddied state. It is a Water Color, with the West- feelings- as it's direction. Gray moves in the Emotions and is often sad, tired, overwhelmed and needs to be withdrawn. It is the best color when you need to feel cozy and hidden.

The Gray Personality: Gray people are drawn to the sidelines, sometimes to hide and rest but also sometimes they do not wish to be found out. The person wearing gray could be tired and feel overwhelmed, so give them some space if they seem dull. If they seem quite, calm and attentive, they may be hiding their true motives, trying to blend in and not be noticed in order to get information. Beware. Wear Gray if you need to win other's confidence, Gray is non-threatening. Grey or gray is an achromatic or neutral color. Gray with more silver in it can be a very active color.
Complementary colors are defined to mix to grey, either additively or subtractively, and many color models place complements opposite each other in a color wheel. People who favor gray can be the lone wolf type

 

Native Americans associate gray with friendship. Gray is the symbol for security, maturity and dependability. It connotes responsibility and conservative practicality. Gray is the true neutral color. Its energy imparts void, emptiness, lack of movement, emotion, warmth and identifying characteristics. Because of this, gray can be restful. It has a detached and isolated feeling. Gray can have a cooling effect when placed next to other more vibrant colors. It has a stabilizing effect, making vibrant colors stand out while muting their vibration. Gray clothing suggests efficiency and is often used for this in the business world.

 

Put some gray in your life when you want to emphasize your willingness to comply. Convey a neutral, non-invasive feeling. Also to reduce the intense energy of another color and to feel detached or isolated.

 

To produce grey in RGB displays, the R, G, and B primary light sources are combined in proportions equal to that of the white point. In four-color printing, greys are produced either by the black channel, or by an approximately equal combination of CMY primaries. Images which consist wholly of neutral colors are called monochrome, black-and-white or greyscale.

 

The first recorded use of grey as a color name in the English language was in AD 700. Grey is the British, Canadian, Australian, Irish, New Zealand and South African spelling, although gray remained in common usage in the UK until the second half of the 20th century. Gray is the preferred American spelling, although grey is an accepted variant. Gray became the preferred spelling in American English around 1825.

 

Most grey pigments have a cool or warm cast to them, as the human eye can detect even a minute amount of saturation. Yellow, orange, and red create a "warm grey". Green, blue, and violet create a "cool grey", When there is no cast at all, it is referred to as "neutral grey", "achromatic grey" or simply "grey".

 


BROWN

 


BROWN- Brown is the Chakra Color of Stability. Come home, remember, be flexible and bow to authority of others with Brown.
Decor with Brown:
Brown in home decor will show secure energies and promote a feeling of acceptance and flexibility. Great for studies and dining rooms. it is the color of Home-Coming and harvest-time. It warms other colors and helps them to be less formal, more casual. Brown is earthy, warm, and calming. It implies feelings of thickness and strength and pairs well with most other colors. Brown is stable, close to home and rustic.
Creation Gems uses Brown Agate, Botswana Agate, Banded Agate, Tiger Jasper, Petrified Wood, Ammonite and Brown Mother of Pearl, to make gem interiors in Brown color
The Meaning of Brown:
Brown is a Masculine Color and combines elements of Yellow, Red, Green, Blue. Brown is not an Earth Color, but an Air/Fire- thoughts that create- with the South-East as it's direction. Brown moves in the intellectual body, the reasoning, the memory both of this lifetime and others and is deeply connected to home. It is excellent for students, teachers and historians and can be inviting, comforting, stabilizing and secure. Brown wants peace. It is the best color when you need to think things through or re-connect to your roots.
The Brown Personality:
Brown people can have problems with authority.
The person wearing Brown might be feeling like the one who is always stepped upon so ask their opinions and really listen to what they have to say. They are quiet because they are trying to not be any trouble, but they have good reasoning, detail memories and well thought-out, stable ideas.
Wear Brown when you want to present a stable and secure character and others will gather to you and rally around your suggestions.

 

Brown is a color term, denoting a range of composite colors produced by a mixture of orange, red, rose, or yellow with black or gray. The term is from Old English brún, in origin for any dusky or dark shade of color.

The Common Germanic adjective *brûnoz, *brûnâ meant both dark colors and a glistening or shining quality, whence burnish. The current meaning developed in Middle English from the 14th century.

The first recorded use of brown as a color name in English was in 1000
People who prefer brown are often conventional and orderly. Brown is the color of the earth and is associated with the material side of life.
Brown can mix into many surroundings. It is a mixture of red, blue and yellow and has many shades and tones - each producing a different effect. Brown can be a stabilizing color. The red in brown gives it practical energy while the yellow and blue add mental focus energies. Too much brown can make a dull effect. Brown gives a feeling of solidity, and allows one to stay in the background, unnoticed.
Some shades of brown create a warm, comfortable feeling of wholesomeness, naturalness and dependability.
Wear brown clothing if you want to show no direction or attitude in particular. Brown is a disguise that can be used to effectively hide your true nature. Prior to the introduction of denim, brown was the color worn by manual workers.
Warm browns can be worn to exhibit a 'down to earth' feeling.
Wear brown clothing if you want to show no direction or attitude in particular. Brown is a disguise that can be used to effectively hide your true nature. Prior to the introduction of denim, brown was the color worn by manual workers.
Warm browns can be worn to exhibit a 'down to earth' feeling.