Consciousness of Colour: Violet and magenta – dancing with spirit


Violet collage
Sometimes Violet and Purple are used interchangeably because Violet is the hardest colour for the eye to discriminate – this is because it has the shortest wavelength in the light spectrum.  Violet appears in the visible light spectrum or rainbow, whereas purple is a mixture of red and blue. A colour closely linked with subconscious thoughts of royalty and spirituality.

In the meaning of colours, Purple and Violet represent the future, the imagination and dreams, while spiritually calming the emotions. They inspire and enhance psychic ability and spiritual enlightenment, while, at the same time, keeping us grounded.

Violet is mostly suggested for meditation, deep sleep, and calming an irritated mind. Leonardo da Vinci believed that in purple light (stained light of a purple glass), the power of meditation increased 10 times than usual.

Darker shades like deep purple define luxury, and also gloom, sadness, and frustration. Lighter shades of violet and lavender draw sensuality, romance, creativity, and most of the positive traits. Most men love the dark hues and are generally more attracted to darker, rich Violets which lean toward Blue – whereas women prefer the lighter shades of purple. When red or lots of white is added to Violet / Purple to create Lavender or Mauve Pastel, the effect is ultra-feminine.

Violet (purple) is the colour of the Crown chakra, also known as Sahasrara. This chakra is located at the top of the head. The Crown chakra is linked to the crown of the head, the nervous system, and the brain, and is representative of pure thought. This chakra connects one with the infinite consciousness. Opening this chakra will help tap into a deep spiritual understanding.

Wear violet when:

You want to transform something in your life.
You are seeking purpose in your life.
You need to let go of destructive behaviour or addictions.

Do not wear violet when:

You are daydreaming instead of doing.
You want to turn your back on society.
You suffer grief but your emotions are blocked.


magenta collageIt is spiritual yet practical, encouraging common sense and a balanced outlook on life and helps to create harmony and balance in every aspect of life; physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Comprised of 2 parts Red and 1 part Blue, this tertiary colour lies “hidden” between Red and Violet. It contains the passion, power and energy of red, restrained by the introspection and quiet energy of Violet. Therefore Magenta is both the end and the beginning of the Light Spectrum – representing the Alpha and the Omega – the fullest expression of Divine Love.  As such, Magenta contains or holds all the other colours including the White Light.

In the meaning of colours, Magenta represents universal love at its highest level. It promotes compassion, kindness and cooperation and encourages a sense of self-respect and contentment in those who use it. Gentle and caring in its approach, it generates acceptance, tolerance, support and patience.

The colour Magenta is a colour of cheerfulness, happiness, contentment and appreciation for what you have acquired and achieved. Most people feel more optimistic when in the company of Magenta.


In week 7 we learned about the DMMD Body Process which is a relaxing body process that is used to change the structure of what a body needs and to dissolve what is not working.  This is helpful for removing conditions like arthritis, warts, growths etc.. anywhere you would like to change the molecular structure to be more healthy.

De-molecular manifestation is the process in which you communicate with the molecules to create something where it did not exist before. Molecular de-manifestation is where you make something go away that does exist, again by talking with the molecules.

These energies can be run on many things, for example, water, wine, food, bodies, garbage, oils spills etc … that will allow them to change their molecular structure into something different.

During the Conscious Communion with Colour meditation, we did the most stunning energy healing on the planet – where we asked this amazing process to run on the oceans and on the earth – allowing ourselves to be a contribution to the planet and asking for change in a way that is non-judgmental.  We all felt energised and clear after this gifting.

As we have progressed through the weeks and built up the repertoire of tools and in the short space of time we are able to run a combination of the processes we have learnt (where relevant and appropriate) together to deepen the change required by the body.

Because this segment has been all about our Spiritual Connection, I thought you may find the following information useful, especially if you are highly sensitive to everyone, and sometimes, everything in our environment:


There are different types of empaths who employ different psychic empathic traits. These are the 10 levels of the empath:

Psychometry – the empathic ability to receive energy, information and impressions from objects, photographs or places

Telepathy – the empathic ability to read people’s thoughts

Mediumship – the empathic ability to feel the presence and energies of spirits

Physical Healing – the empathic ability to feel other people’s physical symptoms in your own body (and often the ability to heal, transform or transmute them)

Emotional Healing – the empathic ability to feel another person’s emotions

Animal Communication – the empathic ability to hear, feel and communicate with animals

Nature – the empathic ability to read, feel and communicate with nature and with plants

Geomancy – the empathic ability to read the energy of places and of the land – geomancers can feel the energies of the Earth, such as Ley lines. They can also get headaches, pain or anxiety before earthquakes or other disasters occur anywhere on the planet.

Precognition – the empathic ability to feel when something important is about to happen (often this can be a feeling of inexplicable dread or doom)

Claircognizance or Knowing – the empathic ability to feel what needs to be done in any given circumstance, often accompanied by a feeling of peace and calm, even in the midst of a crisis

Symptoms of being an Empath:

  • Acute senses – i.e. sense of smell, taste, sight, touch, hearing etc.
  • Acute awareness of the feelings of those around them and feeling deeply for those in pain or suffering
  • Often easily hurt
  • Avoidance of conflict where possible preferring to keep things harmonious
  • Easily startled by noise
  • Easily moved to tears because of deep feeling
  • Nervous in crowded situations
  • People feel safe around them and able to talk to them easily. Even complete strangers will talk to them about  personal things without consciously intending to do so
  • Animals and children love and are attracted to them
  • Easily affected by the weather
  • Their greatest gift is to perceive with the heart
  • They are usually a blessing to be around as they are nurturing and caring
  • Music and harmony are very important to them. They can lose themselves completely while listening to music that resonates with them.
  • Water is very beneficial and therapeutic to the empath

Having psychic empathic traits can be extremely challenging, and even painful. The definition of empathic understanding is to be able to feel what another person feels (sometimes both emotionally and physically). Even under normal circumstances, having psychic empathic traits can be confusing and difficult to manage or understand, but in times of global chaos, emotional tidal waves that rip through the collective consciousness can be utterly overwhelming. This is why an empath feels anxiety at these times.

Some people consider being an empath to be a paranormal trait, but it is more normal than we realize. Many, many people have psychic empathic traits, but they are usually labelled as being “overly sensitive”. Empaths have a heightened sensitivity, and parapsychologists often refer to them as being “Psi Sensitives”.

Some of the characteristics of an empath include being “moody”, or having mood swings for no apparent reason. This is because empaths pick up on the energies and emotions from other people, places, animals, and even things around them. An empath can be feeling fine one moment, then suddenly become depressed or sad or angry, or even develop physical pain and headaches “out of the blue”.

Many empaths can feel like they are going crazy, especially empathic children who cannot understand what they are feeling or why they are feeling that way. An empath must learn to trace these feelings back to their origin in order to determine what triggered them. First ask yourself, “Is this mine?” – if the answer is no, then determine when and where it started, and who or what was around you at that time.

Some other characteristics of an empath can involve extreme shyness, avoidance of public places, or being overweight (especially in children). These are all ways to try to shield and protect oneself from the psychic abilities of being empathic. An empath can absorb and take on the feelings and symptoms of others just by being near them or even by speaking with them on the phone, which is why an empath feels anxiety when faced with crowds of people.

By Lyn-Rose-Hornabrook and Grace and Grace Associates Consulting Inc.

Access Consciousness provides great tools that can help one with high empathic abilities to discern that which is truly their own issue/s and those which are not. Please contact Penni to discuss how she can be of assistance with this.

May you have a rainbow of colour to light your way.


Look out for our next posting, week 8 will be the final in the series and will explore the colours Clear, Silver, White and Black – Moving Beyond Dimensions.

AT course no dateDates for this 4 day training are:  5, 6, 12 & 13th October 2013
The courses are small and there are only 4 spaces still open.


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