The Creative Child
Yellow is joyous, celebratory, and welcoming.
Yellow exudes excitement and expression. But most of all, yellow represents happiness.
At its best, yellow is blissful. And at its worst (when pale), fearful.
But for the most part, yellow is vital and youthful.
Yellow offers life-giving warmth to everything around it.
Yellow lifts our spirits and warms our hearts.
The Solar Plexus
Yellow is the color of the third chakra or navel chakra. It is the source of our willpower and the storage house of our vital energy.
Yellow gives us personal power and self-confidence. The solar plexus or navel chakra is where we muster the courage to tackle life’s challenges.
If you have fatigue or self-doubt, yellow brings energy and confidence to feel good again.
Yellow reminds us of sunlight and rebirth, friendliness, and generosity.
Yellow is a shining light of truth and a symbol of enlightenment. Yellow represents knowledge and stimulates mental activity.
Etymologists believe the word yellow came from Old English via the Proto-Germanic language. Though there are no written records there is evidence that yellow came from, gelwaz. Others believe yellow came from Indo-European, ghal. A combination of “gold” and “yell,” meaning both bright and to cry out.
“We find from experience that yellow excites a warm and agreeable impression … The eye is gladdened, the heart expanded and cheered, a glow seems at once to breathe toward us.”
– Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Soul Colors and Yellow = 3
Yellow or 3 embodies a state of self-expression.
Yellow is about the joy of living, expression of feelings, emotions, and ideas.
A Life Path yellow (3) is a natural host and loves parties and people.
They love beauty and living in a harmonious atmosphere.
The color yellow reminds us to celebrate life and to be glad in it.
Yellow is intelligent and wise.
How does yellow show up in your Soul Colors?
Do you need more joy in your life? Are you able to express your true feelings and emotions? Or are you giving away too much of your positive energy to others and not taking care of yourself first?
Yellow reminds us that despite the conflicts in the world, all anyone wants is to be happy.
Soul Colors with Life Path 3, yellow background.
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