Insights Into The Colors of the 3rd Eye Chakra

GET READY TO SOAR INTO 2017!

As we get ready to wind up 2016 and start 2017, there are some of us who just can’t wait for 2017 to start! Why? Because we envision what we want for ourselves, our homes and our Spirit.

holistic healing hues

Ending one year and looking forward to another is exciting stuff. We reflect on all the stuff we did and all the things we want to change and look forward to for the next year. This is where this color palette comes in.

Indigo blue is the color of the 3rd Eye Chakra aka the Brow Chakra. I think many of us still have Indigo in the home because it’s was riding high there for a while. I know I used it a lot in some of my designs. Here is it in a dining room for one of my clients. Pretty with the white isn’t it?

indigo blue for the dining room

The 3rd Eye Chakra is a gorgeous indigo blue. It’s located between our eyes close to the brow area thus its name.

What is this Chakra all about? INSIGHTS.
What do you SEE yourself doing in 2017?
Are you ENVISIONING a better year financially?
Do you SEE yourself focusing on a healthier you for 2017?

 

This is what the 3rd Eye Chakra is all about – insights and intuition.

decorating with the colors of the 3rd eye chakra

Isn’t this fabulous? Can you SEE these colors in your home? THIS is how to tap into your 3rd Eye Chakra by using these hues in your home.

Where would this colors work best in your home? Well where do you do most of your thinking? The office? The dining room over dining with your  family? In your bedroom?

No matter where you put this color, remember what is stands for and tap into that.

 

 

 

About Donna Frasca

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2 Responses to Insights Into The Colors of the 3rd Eye Chakra

  1. I have it in some plates that are hanging on the wall above the windows in the dining room, and in some framed cyanotype prints from past art projects. I’ve seen it used on art museum walls lately, both here in Atlanta and in NYC – very nice.

  2. Donna Frasca says:

    It’s a great accent color 🙂

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