Spiritual Meaning – What Colors Mean in Your Life and Your Spiritual Walk

Colors carry their own special influence on every aspect of life. Surrounding yourself with a particular color will bring its special qualities to you in a greater way. For instance, if you are facing a day where you will need the courage to express yourself in a creative way then wearing something red will give you a boost or you can try eating red foods like strawberries, apples or tomatoes.

Wearing violet will make you feel very spiritual while wearing green will make your feel ready to take on a strenuous day of work. If you wake in a very bad mood and need something to get you out of the doldrums, try wearing lots of bright yellow. Eat eggs for breakfast and carry a banana for snack time as a real energizing treat.


Creative intelligence – This is an intelligence that comes from the Mind of God.

Courage – A quality of being brave or the skill to confront peril, struggle, insecurity, or anguish without being overtaken by anxiety. Courage denotes bravery, guts, and nerves of steel. The courage to take a stand. (Psalms 31:24)


Patience – The ability to hang in there while waiting for something and still displaying serenity and real staying power without becoming agitated. Patience is the capacity to demonstrate persistence and the staying power to wait without complaining. (James 1:3)


Joy -Joy brings feelings of great happiness or pleasure, especially of an elevated or spiritual kind. Several Bible scriptures speak of shouting for joy or making a joyful noise.


Practical Christianity – This refers to the teachings of the Spirit that are used in everyday life. The true object of hard work is to express the powers of one’s being and benefit mankind.


Freedom-Experiencing freedom is the characteristic or condition that has no boundaries or constraints in thinking that results in a feeling of happiness and safety. (2 Corinthians 3:17)


Love – This color refers to the type of love that is the inner quality that sees goodness everywhere and in everybody. It insists that all is good, and by refusing to see anything but good it causes that quality to finally appear uppermost in itself, and in all things.


Spirituality – Represents the perfection of the God energy in you. It is the triumph of spirit over matter. (Matt. 5:48)


Divine Principle -This is about the underlying power which is the basis of Spirituality. Even though Divine Principle is without form, it is the underpinning of form bringing the finite and the infinite together into harmony. Divine here means the nature of God.


Divine Wisdom – This represents a fully conscious energy that is wisdom attained. The power is the fusion of a fully conscious spirit with the material world. The purity of white or clear brings Spiritual Wisdom into a material world.


Intuition -This is the instinctive capacity for knowing. Intuition is that inner knowing or instinct often referred to as the sixth sense. It can also be thought of as ‘heart wisdom’.


Maturity or Mastery of Thought -This is the demonstration or authority over negative or destructive thoughts. This is the capability of persistently thinking thoughts of strength and power in the purist principle of Truth. (Acts 17:28)


Love Mastery – This is the Master of love or the true essence of Being that binds together the whole human family and expresses all the attributes of God. This represents compassion and unconditional love. (Romans 13:10)

Source by Penny L Lee