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Spiritual Representation of the Color Orange

Color the World Orange Day is on November 6th, and the purpose of that day is to bring awareness for a rare ailment, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, as the orange ribbon represents. However, suppose many people wear orange clothing or use orange-colored pens, notebooks, bags, etc., to honor the day. In that case, you will find that some specific energies will be prominent because there will be a lot of orange in auric colors. Let’s delve into the spiritual meaning and symbolism of orange and what it means if you have a lot of orange color, depending on the shade in your aura.


What is the Symbolism of Orange?

Orange has so many symbols, as one is fire, which is why the ribbon for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is orange to represent the fiery pain those who suffer from it have. There is an association between autumn and oranges because of the leaves, pumpkins being ready for harvest, and other harvest vegetables such as sweet potatoes and squash.

Orange is not a primary color, as red and yellow make the color orange. Red is all about passion and power, and yellow is confidence and happiness. Therefore, orange has a mix of those traits and a lot of creativity. Therefore, if you end up honoring the day by wearing a lot of orange clothing, you will bring out a lot of energy involving enthusiasm and creativity, which can fuel your desire to create something exciting and new out of any situation or emotion you have.

An element of abundance in nature is also associated with the color orange. As mentioned, it represents fall leaves and many harvested vegetables. But the color represents abundance in nutrition along with green as it is the color of many nutritious fruits and vegetables such as carrots, oranges, apricots, yams, and cantaloupe. Orange is also the color of a spice superfood, turmeric, and that superfood has so many healing properties. Another thing to point out about the color is that it is tied to the sacral chakra. Let’s first review the sacral chakra and then go over the auric meaning of orange.

Orange and the Sacral Chakra

You have seven points in the chakra system, which are energy centers, and if your chakras are healthy and unblocked, energy, also known as qi, will flow through your body and create balance within. If there are blockages or problems with the chakra, you will experience emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical ailments and imbalances. The second chakra is the sacral chakra, which is orange, and in your lower abdomen, where your reproductive organs are.

The sacral chakra is the area that represents your creativity, sexuality, and sensuality. If you want to pursue a creative or artistic endeavor, it stems from your energies from the sacral chakra. There are passions from this chakra, as you must remember that there is red in orange, making orange a passionate color, but not as much as red. Since yellow is also a component of orange, there are aspects of happiness. Therefore, the sacral chakra brings creative energies that encourage you to pursue anything that brings you joy and passion.

If you are incredibly creative and put a lot of energy into your pursuits because you are passionate about them and they bring you joy, then you will have a lot of orange in your aura. And now, let’s talk about the orange auric color.

Orange Aura Color Meaning

All living things (and inanimate objects) have an aura surrounding their bodies. Inanimate objects don’t experience emotions, but the environment and who has been in contact with them affect their aura. Therefore, your personality, state of mind, experiences, and emotions will represent your emotions. Auras come in a variety of colors. However, everyone’s auric field has one dominant color. The focus is orange, and if you wear a lot of orange clothing or use a lot of orange items on Color the World Orange Day, there will be a lot of orange-colored auric energy in the air.

What if you had an auric reading and were told that your dominant aura color is orange? Let’s discuss that further.

When passionate red is combined with youthful yellow, this aura color is cheerful, thrill-seeking, and creative. Consequently, you are adventurous and gravitate to things that inspire you and others. Such an adventurous personality may have caused you to get into mischief as a child, and your aura has been predominantly orange since you were young.

It means you are in tune with your physical body and feel more passionate, creative, and inspired if your dominant aura color is orange.

You would be bold, intuitive, courageous, optimistic, friendly, unique, and ambitious if orange is your dominant auric color. However, there are downsides to the aspects of the color, which means you may experience self-indulgence since it is sensual, dependent, impulsive, and insincere, so those are traits you will want to be mindful of.

In addition to the dominant orange aura, your aura can show several shades of orange with different meanings. One…

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