Do you want compassion, unconditional love and nurturing?
Pink is a color of compassion, nurturing and love, relating to unconditional love and understanding. As the combination of red and white, it has a need for action, passion and power on the red side and gains insight and openness from the white side. Deeper pinks exhibit more passion and energy.
Pink is a sign of hope, inspiring warm and comforting feelings. It alleviates feelings of anger, aggression, resentment and neglect. It can calm the nerves and create physical weakness, as shown in psychological studies.
Pink is feminine and romantic, thoughtful and caring. It has a gentle loving energy. It helps put people in touch with their nurturing side, whether giving or receiving.
When used too much, pink can be seen as immature and girlish. It can also represent a lack of self-confidence and self-worth. Combining it with darker colors, such as navy, brown, deep purple or black, adds strength and sophistication. Pink pairs well with green, blue and purple. A deeper pink that is close to magenta can be great to combine with orange.
Pink is a good color for bedrooms and spiritual rooms when you want to create love and comfort. If you really like the meaning and effects of pink, but don’t want to overdue the color in your space, adding in artwork and décor pieces with pink may fulfill your needs.
Pink crystals/stones inherently carry the pink frequency and energy discussed above. These include Calcite, Coral, Danburite, Diamond, Garnet, Halite, Kunzite, Lithium Quartz, Moonstone, Pink Tourmaline, Rhodochrosite, Rhodonite, Rose Quartz, Ruby, Ruby Fuschite, Salt Lamp, Sugilite, and Topaz.
Lisa Thompson, PhD is a scientist, interior designer and spiritual visionary. She has united her knowledge, skills and passions of science, interior design, color theory, space planning, feng shui and spirituality to create Sacred Soul Space Design.