Are you seeing a blue color during meditation?
Different people experience different feelings, visions, and thoughts while meditating. Visualizing something is one of the most wonderful, profound, and thought-provoking things about meditating.
Here’s what it means if you’re seeing the color blue in some form during your meditation practice.
Is It Normal to See Colors While Meditating?
It is perfectly normal, so don’t be alarmed.
I’ve seen various colors and images over the years. I’ve usually been able to connect my visions to something in my life too, which has been incredibly beneficial.
If you’re seeing colors, it’s generally believed to mean that you’re experiencing some kind of healing. And, the particular color you’re seeing relates to a specific chakra in your body.
Blue is connected to the Throat Chakra. So, seeing blue may mean your body is healing your throat chakra while you’re meditating.
Again, this shouldn’t be anything to be concerned about. But it is worth investigating if there is any connection between your physical and mental health, and the specific color/chakra.
Meditation Colors and Their Meanings
Blue isn’t the only color people see while meditating. There are, in fact, 7 chakras and each is represented by a different color.
Here is a brief description of the 7 chakras, their colors, and what they represent. If you see any of these colors it may be related to healing in that area:
Red / The Root Chakra – This chakra represents our foundation and the feeling of being grounded.
Orange / Sacral Chakra – This chakra represents how we accept and connect with others.
Yellow / Solar Plexus Chakra – This chakra represents how confident and in control we are.
Green / Heart Chakra – This chakra represents our ability to love.
Blue / Throat Chakra – This chakra represents our ability to communicate.
Purple / Third Eye Chakra – This chakra represents our ability to focus.
Violet / Crown Chakra – This chakra represents our ability to form spiritual connections.
What Does the Blue Chakra Mean?
As I’m sure you’re aware, we have seven chakras located across our bodies. Each is a different color and performs a different function.
The Blue Chakra is the fifth chakra and is known as the Throat Chakra. It’s located in the center of the neck, and helps pass energy between our body and head.
Seeing a blue ball, energy field, or any form of blue while meditating is likely a sign that your throat chakra area is healing.
Is your throat chakra out of balance or misaligned?
If it is, you might be experiencing physical problems, such as a sore throat, or pain around your neck and shoulders. Any aches and pains around your neck or other physical problems may be a sign.
Sometimes the clues are more mental than they are physical. If you’ve been struggling to articulate things, explain what you want, and generally communicate. This may be a sign that your blue throat chakra is blocked.
My advice is to take notice if you’re seeing visions of blue during your meditation sessions. Take some time to listen to your body and see if your fifth chakras needs some attention.
Should You Focus on Colors While Meditating?
No, you really shouldn’t focus on colors or any other visions while meditating.
Meditation is about training yourself to pay attention, not to analyze what you’re seeing or thinking about.
It’s fine to think about these things afterward, and it’s only natural to want to know why you’re seeing certain colors. There are meanings behind different colors as I’m explaining in this post, so it’s important to look into it.
While you’re meditating, however, it’s important you learn to be present in the moment. You should be the observer, your conscious mind will come up with meanings for what you see.
It’s hard to do the first time you experience a new vision. I know this myself all too well, I’ve experienced a range of colors and visions of the years I’ve been meditating.
But, as with most things, everything becomes easier with time and practice. Plus, once you learn how not to focus on colors you’ll get so much deeper into them for a more fulfilling meditation session.
Are You Seeing a Vortex While Meditating?
I’ve seen various colors and other imagery while meditating. While these images have been rewarding and interesting, it was seeing a vortex that really blew my mind the first time.
I felt like I was drifting into a different dimension, literally.
Seeing a vortex can have a different meaning for everyone. For most, however, and I believe this applies to me – I was seeing my Third Eye also known as the sixth chakra.
Activating this chakra is what unlocks these powerful images. I’ve discussed it with a few people who have also seen similar visions, and no one can pinpoint exactly how to do it.
It’s something that will likely come in time as you practice how to meditate deeper and clearer. (This isn’t the same Vortex as talked about by Abraham Hicks).
If you want to read more about seeing images of vortices, please read my post here – seeing a vortex while meditating. If you are interested in in becoming a more centered, mindful, and present person, a great way to do that is to journal daily and put pen to paper to bring your goals, aspirations, and desires into reality. Meditation can be folded into this routine for a more structured approach.
I hope I’ve helped reassure you that if you’re seeing blue color during meditation, or any color for that matter is perfectly normal.
Personally, I find the theory that the color relates to the specific chakra or energy center in the body fascinating. It’s helped me identify and work on some issues I have experienced over the years, and I hope it’ll help you do the same.
If you have any personal stories about things you’ve seen while meditating – be it colors or images – please share your experiences below.
It goes a long way to helping other people better understand and interpret their own experiences.
Phil lives in England, UK, and has around 20 years experience as a professional life, career and executive coach. He started this blog to help others find and define their own self development journey. Blogging about a wide range of topics to help facilitate a better future.