Color Pranas

Vitality globules (conglomerations of units of white prana) are absorbed by the chakras where they are digested and broken down to their components. When white prana is digested, it produces six types of color pranas that correspond to the colors of the rainbow. A substantial amount of air prana is absorbed directly by the spleen chakra (front and back). The air prana is broken down to different color pranas and distributed to the other chakras. Ground prana is absorbed through the sole chakras. A portion of the ground prana is directed upward to the spine and other chakras, while a large portion is directed to the perineum minor chakra, to the navel chakra, then to the spleen chakra, where it is broken down and distributed to the other chakras. All these take place automatically or at a subconscious level.

White prana is composed of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet pranas. Of the six color pranas, red, blue, and green pranas are most frequently used in healing. The properties of each of the six color pranas and their applications are listed below.

Red Prana

Strengthening (vitalizing and vigorous) Warm

Distributive (improves circulation) Constructive—rapid tissue or cellular repair Sustains the visible physical body

Vitalizes the blood, tissues and skeletal system of the body. Stimulating and activating

Red Prana Applications:

Internal and external wounds

Broken bones


Sluggish or weakened organs or parts General tiredness or weakening Paralysis

Reviving unconscious patients

Reviving or prolonging the life of dying patients


Orange Prana

Expelling Eliminative Decongesting Cleansing

Loosening (loosens diseased bioplasmic matter) Melting

Extracting or abstracting Splitting, exploding and destructive

Orange Prana Applications:

All ailments related to expelling or elimination of waste, germs, toxins and diseased bioplasmic matter. Kidney and bladder ailments Constipation Menstrual problems Removing blood clots Arthritis Cysts

Colds, coughs and lung problems

Orange prana has a very potent effect; therefore, it should be avoided in treating delicate organs like the eyes, the brain, and the heart. Intense energizing with orange prana on delicate organs may cause serious damage such as detached retina or hemorrhage of the brain. Orange prana should not be used on patients suffering from appendicitis because it may accelerate the rupture of the inflamed appendix. Orange prana is also used to facilitate the abstraction of consciousness of a dying patient.

Green Prana

Breaking down






Loosening of diseased bioplasmic matter

Green Prana Applications:

Breaking down blood clots




Used in localized cleansing for decongesting and loosening stubborn diseased bioplasmic matter.

Orange or green prana is usually used in decongesting and cleansing a diseased part by loosening the diseased bioplasmic matter. After being loosened, the diseased bioplasmic matter is removed by localized sweeping and then the affected part is energized. The loosening and expelling of the diseased bioplasmic matter by orange or green prana would enable fresh prana to enter the affected part, thereby restoring health to that part.

Green prana is milder and safer than orange prana. When internal organs are to be energized with orange prana, it is advisable to use green prana first as a safety precaution before projecting orange prana.

Light green prana should be used first before energizing with more potent pranas such as orange, red and violet. This is done as a precautionary measure to avoid possible harm or damage on the patient. Energizing first with light green prana and then with light orange prana is very effective in decongesting, expelling and cleansing physically and bioplasmically the part being treated. Please, note the sequence. Light green prana is used first before light orange prana and not orange prana first nor both simultaneously. When light orange-green prana is projected or when both orange prana and green prana are projected simultaneously, the effects of these pranas are multiplied several times; therefore, the effect is destructive to a certain degree. When the darker shades of green and orange pranas are used, the effect is quite destructive, hence they are used in treating tumors. For a more potent effect, dark orange-green prana is used. (Blue prana would be used first in order to localize the disintegrating effect of the projected pranic energy on the affected part.)

Yellow Prana

Cohesion or cementing Assimilating, multiplying and growth Stimulating effect on the nerves Initiating or starter

Yellow Prana Applications: Wounds Fractured bones Skin problems Cellular repairs

Blue Prana

Strong disinfectant Inhibiting

Localizing and contracting Soothing and mild anaesthetic Cooling

Pliability or flexibility

Blue Prana Applications:

Ailments due to infection Removing pain Inflammation

Inhibit chakras, organs and motor action Rest and sleep inducing Stop bleeding Fever

I experimented with color on a paralytic person. Treatment was first given to the brain, then to the right arm. Light blue prana was directed to the affected right arm for several minutes. As a result, the patient had greater difficulty in raising his right arm. When light red prana was directed to the affected area, the patient was able to move his right arm with greater ease. The next day there was even greater improvement. This shows that blue prana has an inhibiting effect while red prana has strengthening and stimulating effects.

Violet Prana

Violet prana has the properties of all the other five pranas and is very potent. It is used on severe types of ailments. It is usually not used on mild ailments. Light violet or green-violet prana is used for the rapid healing of partially damaged internal organs like severe gastric ulcers. Light violet prana is also used to treat severe infection, such as syphilis and pneumonia.

Through clairvoyant observation, the indigo color is normally not found in any of the chakras and in any part of the bioplasmic body; that is why only six types of color pranas are described in this chapter.

The effect of color prana is qualified and enhanced by the intention of the healer. For instance, blue prana can be used to inhibit a chakra or an organ by forming a strong intention to inhibit when projecting it.

Using color prana instead of white prana is just like approaching a specialist instead of a general practitioner. Color prana is more specialized and more potent than white prana. More visualization skills are needed in the use of color prana. I usually use a safer technique; I combine color prana of a lighter shade with white prana. I usually visualize the projected prana as luminous white at the core with a tinge of color prana on the periphery. For example, you can visualize the projected prana as brilliant or dazzling white at the core and with light red on the periphery to strengthen an organ. The potency of the color is diluted, thereby making it safer. White prana is the harmonizing prana. It is harmonizing in the sense that it provides other color pranas required in healing and redistributes excess color pranas required in healing and redistributes excess color pranas in the treated area to other parts of the body. Sometimes you can use undiluted light color prana or darker color prana for more potent effects.

When in doubt as to what color prana to use, just use white prana. I usually use white prana on infants, very young children, and on old patients. On certain occasions when white prana is not sufficiently effective, then color prana can be used. For instance, an allergy can be alleviated by using white or color pranas. But there are certain types of allergy that can only be relieved by using red prana. Using white prana or other color pranas will not produce any substantial effect on severe types of allergy.

To students or practitioners of color healing, the properties or qualities of green, yellow, and orange pranas may seem strange or doubtful. This was also my initial reaction but further study and experiments showed that these are correct. By experimenting on color pranas and studying the pranas contained in the chakras and the organs controlled and energized by the corresponding chakras, it is possible to deduce and verify the correctness of the properties or qualities of the different types of color prana.

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