White (full color spectrum
white color) contains the entire light spectrum. Thus it influences
all systems of the body. This is the basis for light therapy.
(Please refer to our section on light therapy for more details.)
White is strengthening. It is cleansing and purifying to the entire
energy system. It promotes purity, virtue and spirituality, White
is nurturing; heals fevers, infections and pain; calms the heart,
mind, nerves and emotions; and promotes vitality and supportive
White can awaken greater creativity. When in doubt as to what
color to use, you can seldom go wrong with white. It is beneficial
to begin and end a color therapy session with white to stabilize
the energy system of the individual and to give it an overall
boost. It amplifies the effects of any other color used with it
in a healing session.
Healing properties: White is the perfect color; for it
is all colors, in perfect balance and harmony. It is the color
of the awakened Spirit; the light of perfection; the light of
the Cosmic Consciousness,the Divine Light. Just about everyone
has heard of surrounding people with the "White Light of
Healing and Protection." White light raises the vibration
of one's consciousness and the body, bringing harmony in all aspects
of one's life. Directing white into to a part of the body that
needs healing is one of the fastest ways to bring about healing.
Esoteric/magickal: Purification and cleaning
on all levels, contact with higher self and spiritual helpers,
(inner) peace, aura-healing, truth seeking, consecration, spiritual
enlightenment, protection against negativity by raising your vibration,
breaking curses, exorcism, meditation, divination, inspiration,
clairvoyance, invoking spirits White can be a replacement for
any other color your magick requires.
If used in excess, white light causes passivity, lethargy, hypersensitivity,
Preference for white: White points at innocence,
purity, virginity, cleanliness, freshness, simplicity, nothingness,
oneness and completion, truth. In certain cultures white is the
color of death and mourning.
Aversion to white: A person who has an aversion
to white color isforemost or solely interested in 'realistic'
and tangible things, not in illusions or things that are beyond
seeing or understanding. Knows and accepts the own imperfection
and does not wish to achieve perfection.