Colours are simply different frequencies, and different frequencies possess different qualities. Blue is a colour of healing and spirituality: Mother Mary and Shiva are always depicted in blue. This is a colour of deep spirituality and compassion, not to mention the colour of the Earth’s atmospheric aura.

In fact, it is scientifically proven that the colour blue triggers the release of calming hormones in the brain, making it the best colour for relaxation and study.

Being sensitive to energy means that I am also sensitive to colours, and the effect that they have on me is quite extraordinary. Powder, teal, aquamarine, indigo; I love blue, and I’m not alone. Approximately 80% of the world’s population elects blue as their favourite colour.

On the chalky limestone shores of Manitoulin Island, the sweet water of Lake Huron is a deep turquoise. There is a special place, a place I know so well, where the waves are almost always buffeting against the patient rocky shore. Underwater, I like to peer into the vibrant, endless depths. Being Canadian, and having experienced swimming, playing, and even canoeing in some of the cleanest water in the world, comes into perspective when you live in places and meet people who have only known seawater.

Whenever I need to calm myself, there is a happy place I go to on the Greek Island of Paros, where I spent some time some years ago. I go back to this place in my mind, and my body relaxes, my mind slows. I return to that time of basking in the clear, white light, and swimming in the blue, blue, sea.

Pictured here is Blanes, on the Costa Brava of Spain: known for its stunning turquoise beaches.

 © Guinevere Joy

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