Red means stop. It is also the color of energy. Never want to sleep in a red room but you can get lots done working in one. Red is said to aid in digestion. It is one of the primary colors. My daughter never got to wear red so when she went to preschool she would often come home with these red socks. I would wash them and return them to the school. One day the teacher said, “I think she just needs to keep these socks. I see her getting her feet wet on purpose so she can put these socks on.”
Red—a grounding color; the color of the mountains and cliffs of Sedona; the color of the dirt in Oklahoma; the color our cheeks turn when we are cold or worked up; the color associated with fire and fire engines. These all give us clues to the power of red.
What I want you to do is look behind red. Feel how you feel around the main various shades and hues of red. We say, “I see red.” We know that means we are angry. Yet red holds so much more than that. Why do so many of us paint our toe nails red? Why are there so many red flowers? Why is the red rose the one that speaks of committed passion? What is behind our association with red? What secrets does red hold for you, for the world? How can you use red to heal? Yes, it is the most grounding of colors. Wear red socks or red pants or red shoes when you need more grounding. At one time I had many pairs of red shoes. I still have those red rain boots, and great red strappy shoes. I invite you to unfold the gift of red. Get a red chakra pillow http://gurutej.com/store/chakra-pillows/ . It will give you clear, connected energy. Explore RED.
Wahe Guru blessings to you,