following is a basic color guide with correspondences align with
many of the paths. The guide can be used for color work, spelling,
ritual, chakra alignment and many other areas. Best with references
to seek many sources and compile that which feels right for you.
- corresponds to the Cabala at Binah (or
Compassion) and shows a dominion over the underworld. It is the
color that absorbs all others, thereby rendering it the sum of its
parts. This lends strength for certain types of spiritual work.
Scrying and divination are enhanced for many practitioners when
wearing black. It is the color of hidden power and the strength of
the Inner Self, just as the Self is made up of the sum of Its parts.
- corresponds to the
Cabala at Chesed (or Mercy). Most often used for the alleviation of
emotional stress (thus illness) and to sort out emotional
difficulties such as impatience, anger and jealousy. Stress in the
soul creates stress in the body, resulting in sickness. Blue is a
- corresponds to the Cabala at Geburah (or
Strength). This is a color of force. It is the color of the Mother
stage of development and is representative of birth and the birthing
process. Red lends power to the intent as a neutral force. It
combines its negative and positive to keep in check or restrain that
which is unwanted.
- corresponds to the Cabala at Netzach (or
Victory). Accomplishments, work opportunities and achievements are
all aspects of green. Best known for its prosperity properties,
green probes much deeper, to the Self and a sense of pride.
- corresponds to the Cabala at Tiphareth (or
Beauty). Yellow radiates high levels of pure energy. This
revitalizing power energizes the tired spirit. It is an infuser. A
yellow candle may always be used to enhance the absorption of color
work in general.
corresponds to the Cabala at Malkuth (or the
Lower Kingdom). The Lower Kingdom represents the mundane world. The
world of humans. Of the planet and below the dark earth. Use this
color for attention, alertness and awareness.
& Gold - correspond
to the Cabala at Kether (or the godhead). The colors of the deities
or female/male principles. Silver as the feminine principle and gold
as the masculine. They are the colors rich in power and acceptance
of the male and female present in each human being.
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