Chakras & Colors for Each Day of the Week

Colors for Each Day of the Week

In this article, we will learn about the combination of chakras and colors for each day of week and how Chakras are associated with different colors.

Introduction

Colors and Chakras are a powerful combination. Wearing a specific color will allow you to work more efficiently with its corresponding Chakra, for that color holds a certain vibration. Depending on your intention, this can bring you energy, calmness, luck, creativity, abundance, expression, reflection or more. Just as each day of the week holds a certain energy, so do the colors you choose to wear. To synchronize and enhance the energy of the day, you can choose to wear chakra colors on days of the week that are aligned with it. This will significantly enhance your energy because you go with the flow rather than against it. You can use this color knowledge to get creative in suiting up for the day, add color to your dressing accessories, or dress up your work and living spaces.

What are Chakras?

Chakras are energy centres in your body that profoundly affect your life. Chakras were first mentioned in the Vedas around 1500 to 1000 BC. These ancient texts about sacred spiritual knowledge contain the wisdom of these spinning wheels of energy called chakras. We have hundreds of these wheels in our body, but the seven major Chakras run along our spine and create a certain frequency in our bodies. The more you understand how to use these chakras, the greater advantage you will have. When your seven chakras are balanced, you will generally feel healthy, happy, and aligned with your life.

Why do Colors Matter?

A color gives off a certain vibration, frequency and statement. When you wear a bright and bold color, you signal to the world that you want to express your true self. When you wear a soft and gentle cream or white-colored outfit, you indicate that you want to spend time in your inner bubble of peace. Every color, therefore, has a meaning, generating a particular energy to make you feel a certain way. This is why it is important to choose your colors consciously to align your energy with that of the day.

The Weekly Color Chart for Chakras

chakra color chart

A certain planet rules each day of the week. The planet has a specific energy and effect on the earth and the human race. When you understand the energy of the ruling planet, you can enhance it by wearing its associated colors. This stimulates the corresponding Chakra and brings your body back into full balance.

Day of the Week

Ruling Planet, Color & Chakra

Meaning

Monday

Ruled by the Moon

Color: White

Chakra: Crown

The Moon is a soft and emotional planet that invites you to slow down and connect with your feelings. You can honor this day by wearing white and embracing the gentle feminine energies around you.

White is also associated with the Crown Chakra, so it is a good time to invite divine guidance and practice trust. With the color white, you are creating unity and harmony with the universe, which is one of the biggest lessons of the Crown Chakra.

Tuesday

Ruled by Mars

Color: Red

Chakra: Root

Tuesdays are fiery! Wear a read to embrace the energy of Mars and invoke your inner power. Red will make you feel energized and grounded. It is associated with the Root Chakra, allowing you to embrace a sense of stability, security, and feeling good in your body.

Wednesday

Ruled by Mercury

Color: Blue

Chakra: Throat

Mercury is the messenger planet of communication, making Wednesday the perfect day to wear blue. This will stimulate your Throat Chakra to ensure that you speak your truth and are aligned with your words.

Thursday

Ruled by Jupiter

Color: Yellow

Chakra: Solar Plexus

Thursdays are for good luck and abundance, with Jupiter ruling the skies. The color yellow is also one of positivity, luck and happiness. This will invite a fresh sense of motivation and determination to chase after your dreams with the powerful energy of the Solar Plexus Chakra to back you up.

Friday

Ruled by Venus

Color: Pink and Green

Chakra: Heart Chakra

Friday is for love, sweetness, and treating yourself to some self-care. Venus is the goddess of sensuality, making Friday a great day to get creative and artistic and enjoy life’s pleasures. Wear pink or green to align with the energy of the Heart Chakra, then buy a box of chocolates and indulge yourself. Pink is very soft and gentle for the heart space if you need heart healing at the end of the week. On the other hand, Green is more energizing and stimulating to open the energy of the Heart Chakra.

Saturday

Ruled by Saturn

Color: Purple

Chakra: Third Eye

Saturn is the great teacher who reflects on the week that has just been to contemplate the lessons learned.

Saturday is a great time to journal and explore inwards. As you inquire inwards, wearing purple will activate the intuitive powers of your Third Eye Chakra. This combination will give you great insight, wisdom and clarity about something you need to understand.

Sunday

Ruled by the Sun

Color: Orange

Chakra: Sacral

As the week comes to a close, you can spend the last day getting creative with the energy of your Sacral Chakra. The powerful Sun rules the skies on Sunday. It is a good day to wear bright colors such as orange. The choice of warm colors also serves to warm your mind and body, making you feel wonderful and expressive.

The Bottomline

The Chakra colors of the week are a fun concept to play around with. It stimulates your creativity and aligns you with the energy of the chakras and planets. Use this knowledge to choose your outfits accordingly and see how the different colors make you feel. Colors are one way to work with the chakras, but there are also many other creative ways to tap into the energy. Explore these ways of working with Chakras in our Online Course, Understanding Chakras.

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Harshita Sharma
Ms. Sharma is a Consciouspreneur, Writer, Yoga, Mindfulness, and Quantum Meditation teacher. From an early age, she had a keen interest in spirituality, saint’s literature, and social development and was deeply influenced by masters like Paramhansa Yogananda, Ramana Maharishi, Sri Poonja Ji, and Yogi Bhajan.

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