As I continue the “Decorating With Your Chakras In Mind” series, today I write about the Sacral Chakra. These are the colors that I will pound into the pavement for hues to have in the home for 2020. The range of these colors is limitless, so I you don’t care for orange, choose a shade that suits you. Come see what I mean.
I already wrote about the Red of the Root Chakra. Did you try that in your home yet? I did. Here is the link to see how it looks.
Once I get through this Chakra series, I’m sure you too will want these hues for your home. They are healing, holistic, high vibrational, and, best of all, they are perfect for your mind, body, and spirit.
The Sacral Chakra is the second Chakra, and it’s orange. I know, I know, I’m not a fan of orange either, but there are other options. Before I get into the actual color, let me tell you why you should have this hue in your home.
The Sacral Chakra is all about our emotions, relationships, sensuality, which includes our pleasure centers, desires, and creativity. Now, who doesn’t want to tap into that?
Emotions run high, especially since we are in the holiday season now. I’m positive that most of us will have our Sacral Chakras out of wack in no time, but let’s not let that happen.
The easiest way to keep this and all Chakras in balance is by looking at the color which it represents. Like I said early, the Sacral Chakra is orange so, let’s start by getting some orange on the walls. If you’re not that brave, of course, you can use decor as well.
A few years back, I had a spicy orange guest bathroom and loved it! I had a water leak in the bathroom, so I recently had it remodeled to a different color, but boy did I love it.
Keeping orange in the home, in any form, whether it’s color or decor, is vital for this Chakra. Taking it one step further, as you view orange in your home, know that on some level, you are keeping this Chakra in the best shape it can be in.
Orange is a high energy color, so if you choose to use it on the walls, make sure that the person in that room can handle that vibe. Here again, you can tone orange down to peach and still have the same effect if you have bright orange on the walls.