Secrets Of Color: Blue

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The fifth color in the spectrum is blue. We have now left the heating colors and are upwards to the cooling, contracting ones such as this particular color (blue) along with indigo and violet. These rays have a soothing, narcotic and antiseptic action. They act as sedatives to the vascular and nervous system, subdue mania and angry passions, inflammations, sunstroke, insomnia, eyestrain and all irritated conditions of mind and body. Sedatives, antiseptics, and narcotics contain much of these colors; narcotic flowers are blue and purple; blackberries are valued for their astringent qualities.

Blue belongs to the planet Venus: the giver of love, devotion, and harmony. Its stone is the amethyst, the super-sacred of the seven sacred jewels. Pale blue in the aura represents devotion, while dark blue shoe fanaticism. Dr. Babbit says that blue lenses filled with water and exposed to sunlight become impregnated with chlorine, cobalt, manganese, and other properties having the soothing and antiseptic action. This water will never putrefy. It acts as a sedative and an antiseptic and is cooling, especially to the blood. The musical note of blue is G, a favorite key for the composer of romantic and highly emotional music.

Healing Attributes:

Blue has a cooling effect that helps inflamed organs return to balance. It soothes emotional problems and relaxes the mind. Illness that respond well to blue include: apoplexy, biliousness, bowel problems, burns, cataracts, chicken pox, colic, duodenal ulcers, dysentery, epilepsy, fevers, gastrointestinal problems, goiters, headaches, insomnia, jaundice, laryngitis, measles, polio, rashes, renal problems, rheumatism, and sore throats.

As Your Favorite Color:

While the most popular color choice for extroverts is red, introverts usually choose blue. However, just as some introverts choose red because it gives them confidence, so will some extroverts choose blue because it gives them the peace and tranquility that they lack.

If blue is your favorite color you have a creative mind and a good imagination. You are shrewd and perceptive, and enjoy coming up with money-making ideas. There is a quiet, deep side to you also, and you need time for introspection. You hate being hemmed in or restricted in any way, and are happiest when you have something exciting to look forward to. You are adventurous, and this may get you into trouble at times. However, luck always seems to be on your side.

Source: William Stitt

Source: William Stitt

Support for Daily Living:

Blue is the color of integrity and calmness. It eliminates fears, anxiety, and nervousness. It creates confidence, leadership capabilities, and the ability to look ahead calmly and dispassionately. You should wear blue whenever you are stressed or feel you might overreact to a situation or circumstance. Blue is also a useful color to wear if you spend time with people who drain your energy. …also known as “psychic vampires”. 😉


A blue flower symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, spirituality, and refinement.

Hidden Desires:

A desire for freedom, variety, and change.

Goal Pursuits:

* You should use blue if your goal relates to loyalty, trust, and honesty. It encourages clear thinking and dissipates anger and other negative emotions.

Stone Healing: Throat Chakra {Vishuddha}

  • Aquamarine – A stone of courage. The calming energies reduce stress and quiet the mind. Aquamarine has an affinity with sensitive people. It can invoke tolerance of others and overcomes judgmentalism, giving support to those overwhelmed by responsibility. Clarifies perception sharpens the intellect and clears confusion. Useful for closure on all levels. Promotes self-expression. Soothes fears and increases sensitivity. Sharpens intuition and opens clairvoyance. Wonderful for meditation. Shields the aura and aligns the chakras. Highly protective during pregnancy, it helps to guard both mother and baby against harm. Discourages miscarriage.
  • Chalcedony – A creative stone, Blue Chalcedony imparts mental flexibility and verbal dexterity. It stimulates the ability to learn new languages and improves memory. Gives feelings of light-heartedness and optimism. Improves self-perception. Aids regeneration of mucous membranes. Enhances the immune system. Blue Chalcedony has an anti-inflammatory effect and lowers temperature and blood pressure. Heals the lungs and clears the respiratory system of the effects of smoking.
  • Chrysocolla – Calms, cleanses and re-energizes all the chakras. It draws out guilt, heals heartache and increases the capacity to love. Improves communication and opens psychic vision. Encourages self-awareness and inner balance. Imparts confidence and sensitivity. Chrysocolla enhances personal power and inspires creativity. Overcome phobias by drawing out negativity and supplying motivation. Reduces mental tension. Promotes truth-telling and impartiality. Alleviates guilt and brings in joy.
  • Lapis Lazuli – A stone of protection that may be worn to guard against psychic attacks, Lapis Lazuli quickly releases stress, bringing deep peace. It brings harmony and deep inner self-knowledge. Encourages self-awareness allows self-expression and reveals an inner truth, providing qualities of honesty, compassion, and morality to the personality. Stimulates objectivity, clarity and encourages creativity. Lapis Lazuli assists to confront and speak one’s truth and inspires confidence. It bonds relationships, aiding in an expression of feelings and emotions.


  • Turquoise – A purification stone. It dispels negative energy and can be worn to protect against outside influences or pollutants in the atmosphere. Turquoise balances and aligns all the chakras, stabilizing mood swings and instilling inner calm. It is excellent for depression and exhaustion, it also has the power to prevent panic attacks. Turquoise promotes self-realization and assists creative problem solving. It is a symbol of friendship and stimulates romantic love. Turquoise aids in the absorption of nutrients enhance the immune system, stimulates the regeneration of tissue, and heals the whole body.


– April McMillan

April McMillan is a fine art photographer from Bronx, New York. She took an interest in metaphysics and holistic practices through her self-discovery. Check her out at and

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