Directions are 8 in number and each direction is ruled by specific planet. Each planet and direction has a specific colour which is given below:
Colours & Ruling Planets of Directions
The outside of the house should be of the same colour which rules the direction of the main gate of the house. For example -
Colour of the Main Gate
Vastu & Colours
The colour scheme of the house should be as per the Rashi of house owner.
Vastu & Colours
|Pink, White, Pearl Colour
|Light white, Ruby Colour
|Various Shades of Green
|Cement Colour, Milky White
|Coral Red, Pink
|Light Red, Cement Colour
|Blue, Pink, Cement Colour
|Yellow, Bright White
Selection of Colour for House
|White, Light Green, Pink or Blue
|Yellow, Soil Colour, Brown, Green or Black
|Light Pink, Light Blue or Light Green
|Main Bed Room
|Pink, Light Green or Light Blue
|Black, Blue or Green
|Puja Room Black, Green, Red or Pink
|Brown, Light Blue, Light Green, Red or Pink
|Black, Grey, White or Pink
Selection of Colour for Shop
|Television Tape Recorder
|White, Light Green, Pink or Light Blue
|Light Yellow, Red
|Green, Blue, Yellow
|Light Green, Light Blue, Soil Colour, Pink or White
|Pink, Light Green, Light Yellow, White or Multi colour
|Light Green , Pink, White
|All Colours Except Yellow
|Blue, Green, Any Bright Colour
|Black, Brown, Red or White
Selection of Colour for Office
|Grey, Black or Deep Colour
|Green or Blue
|Bank and Share Market
|White, Blue, Green or Yellow
|Black, White or Multi Colour
|Black, Green or White
|White or Yellow
|Light Blue, Green
|White, Light Green, Blue, Light Yellow or Pink
Color is one of the languages of the soul, just look at inspired or meditative paintings.
They influence our mood and emotions.
They have their impact on our sense of well-being or un-easiness.
Using and avoiding certain colors is a way of self-expression; it sheds light on our personality.
Colors affect our way of perception (light colors make a space look big, a high ceiling looks less high when painted in a dark color, etc.)
Colors have a symbolic meaning which is immediately recognized by our subconsciousness. It must be said that not all colors mean the same to all persons and all cultures.
They influence the flow and amount of energy in our bodies.
Colors tell something about biological attraction and sexual availability.
Before examining color and its healing implications, we must address a very important concept: that of cause and effect. True healing comes about when the cause of the condition or illness is addressed and transformed. If healing goes no further than a mere relief or masking of the symptoms, then, eventually, that which brought about the need for healing, in the first place, will resurface and manifest itself within the body in one form or another.
Body is an outward expression of that which is taking place within the mind, the soul (subconscious) , and the spirit (superconscious) of the individual. Thus, any healing technique which deals only with the physical body and the energy field of the individual tends to accomplish one thing: it jump starts the individual, so to speak, and gives him or her an added boost of energy. That energy boost then allows that person's own internal healing mechanism to become mobilized into greater activity.
Keeping this in mind, let us look at how color can help jump-start the tired or diseased body. Color healing, known as Chromotherapy, can be implemented in a number of ways. The ancients built great halls of color healing, where individuals entered and were bathed in light that was filtered through various colored glass panels or windows.
Energy (spiritual) healers often supplement their healing work with color healing. As they lay their hands on the patient, they mentally direct specific color rays into the patient's aura and body. Oftentimes, the color used is inspired by the superconscious.
In healing colors act as balancers: we administer the color(s) someone needs more of, or we give the opposite of the color someone has too much of.