17 Days in Colour – Black

Day 14 of the 17 Days in Colour and we’re going on to explore the colour black.

Black is known as an esoteric and highly magickal colour. Governed by the Earth element, black is actually quite grounding but mostly associated with darker aspects of life. In fact, black is one of the most misunderstood colour across the spectrum. It’s often associated with negativity, death, witchcraft and evil spirits. Whilst it’s true black is connected with deities of the underworld, it’s also extremely powerful in repelling & banishing evil and negativity. Black is an amazing protector colour, and if you’re feeling vulnerable in terms of health, home life or most areas of life, wearing black is an excelling way of protecting the spirit. Wearing black, helps us break free from bad habits/addictions, assists deep meditation & opens up deep unconscious levels.
If black is your favourite colour you’re most likely a deep analytical person who is hesitant to accept before checking things out. You hold deep spiritual beliefs, but more on the basis of realism – when you’ve gone you’ve gone. Black is really not associated with any one chakra but is neutral in its power.
A person who has an aversion to black may have fear for the unknown, or fear for the abuse of power. Desires to become free from all kinds of dependency, blockages, hindrances; to throw off shackles.

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The Art of Negative Thinking

Why do we find it so difficult to see the positives in life – yet we have no problem finding the negatives?

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This was a question asked by one of my regular Saturday morning Mindfulness group members. The theme for the session was ‘bringing back the Joy in our lives’ and it became clear, somewhere along life’s journey our joy gets replaced with depression & anxiety.

So why do we find it so easy to think negatively about ourselves & the world – but so hard to find the positives?

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