Updated post: 6/4/16
Question: How can I work with the light field of fuchsia that starts and activates the process of self-cleansing and self-healing? Perhaps placing oneself in the 8-pointed star of the color fuchsia with the intent to restore the function of self-cleansing in the body, and the automatic self-regulation of the body?
Almine’s Answer: It is always amazing to me just how sensitively light fields respond to intent, visualization and thought. Visualizing the light permeating your cells and the shadows of past dreams dissolving in its presence on a daily basis (perhaps when you’re taking a bath, or right before you go to sleep), is a good way to start.
If memories of the past do surface, envision them being bathed in the fuchsia field. Any old injuries in the body can be removed by focusing the intense fuchsia light in the area.
PS: I thought of posting an example of the color fuchsia and ran it by Almine (plus someone requested an example!). See the color below, so you can visualize it effectively. Fuchsia and Magenta are often confused by people because of similarities in their hues, though they have different qualities in terms of their effects with thought, visualization and intent.
Note: You can use them both, knowing that magenta (more pink than purple) clears fields from past-life memories. Fuchsia clears illusion from fields.
Magenta: is a mixture of bright pink and purple; it looks more bright than fuchsia because of the reddish tone in it.
It’s a primary color in the CMYK printing model and a secondary color in the RGB printing model where it is obtained by mixing blue and red.
Fuchsia: is a mixture of purple and red.
This color is a combination of several colors that flow in the color spectrum between magenta and purple.
Thank you for this! I did practice this last night and could see the light entering my body and clearing things. Quick question though.. the fuschia and magenta are the same healing colour?
Isabella Ysahaya says
Yes, this would also be my question. The examples given of the colors Magenta and Fuchsia seem to be one and the same color. I’m still wondering why they are named differently (Magenta for keeping the uninvited out; Fuchsia for Healing)? Is there any significance to this?
I typed in “fuchsia and magenta color difference” in search engine and found a beautiful site of Joel wolfram. blog.jwdpublishing.com and if u type in fuchsia it brings u to a color wheel that clearly shows the diff between fuchsia and magenta. I also realized I hadn’t been visualizing the color violet correctly either when looking at the color wheel.
oops sorry the name is Joen Wolfrom
Thanks Lynette. I took a look at the site and the colourwheel is indeed really nice, makes it easier to see the difference. I too always thought that Magenta and Fuchsia were not the same colour. Magenta is more pink, fuchsia more purple.
Here is the direct link: http://blog.jwdpublishing.com/2011/08/30/joen-wolfroms-playing-with-color-vibrant-beauties-fuchsia-magenta/
So grateful for this. Thank you.
This is excellent ! How wonderfully simple and doable as a daily practice.
Thank you Almine !!!
I have just spoke of this fuchsia light to our neighbors……..always such Divine timing. I so love this blog……..Great gratitude to all who make this blog possible.