Drinking in Colour – how to do a Healing Walk

Have you ever had a rough day? Silly question.  Of course you have. Like you, I have my occasional difficult patch, that place in my life where emotionally (and sometimes phsyically) I am stretched thin. Sometimes it’s from psychic work, sometimes the dramas of life – it never really matters how I get there, once I am there the only thing to do is nurture.

But what do you do when you feel that terrible gnawing emptiness, exhaustion, or deep emotional pain? When you are so drained that you are out of ideas for how to make yourself feel better…

I recommend a walk.

On this walk I want you to do three things:

  1. Breathe.
  2. Let the rhythm of your steps begin to calm your mind, just like a moving meditation.
  3. Drink in colour.

How do you drink in colour? Let your eyes drift to the things around you. Your soul will guide you towards colours that are soothing, healing, restoring, harmonising. Your chakras and your aura will become more energised. The colours you bring into your awareness will bring gifts to soothe and uplift you.

You’ll arrive home feeling calmer.  You’ll find that eventually, or much sooner, answers and ideas start to flow.

I took that sort of a walk this morning, and snapped some pictures so we could share this experience. If any of the images stand out for you, focus on them for a minute or two and let their energies infuse your consciousness.

Walking and drinking in colour is free. But the rewards are high. Often the best healing tools are right at our doorstep.

If any of these images bring something up for you, or generate certain emotions or thoughts, please feel free to share.

Much love to you ♥ xx

Hi! I'm Nicole Cody. I am a writer, psychic, metaphysical teacher and organic farmer. I love to read, cook, walk on the beach, dance in the rain and grow things. Sometimes, to entertain my cows, I dance in my gumboots. Gumboot dancing is very under-rated.
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36 thoughts on “Drinking in Colour – how to do a Healing Walk

  1. This is such a great, and easy, thing to do and you can do it anywhere, in the country, the city or in the middle of nowhere. There’s always colour of some sort, and texture. For me, green is a colour that soothes, and right now in Scotland the countryside is abundantly green. I went for a walk along a lochside yesterday and drank in the green of all the trees and plants, and distant fields and hills. It was as if I was absorbing energy from them, very revitalising!

  2. White soothes me… White Roses,Tube Roses,Chrysanthemums, Cherry Blossoms, Daffodils, and especially Queen of the Night and the Jasmine Sambac for their pure sweet fragrance…so i guess amongst the colors above – it’s Frangipani for me!

  3. Fabulous post, Nicole. I luv drinking in colour 🙂 Your pix are spectacularly beautiful & the last one is simply magnificent! You’re a great photographer as well. Is there no end to your talents? Blessings lovely one xx

    1. I have only been taking pictures since I got first a Blackberry, and then an iphone. I don’t actually think of myself as a photographer, as I am actually using a phone. I just think of myself as a happy snapper. 😀

  4. I adore the kitten-because of it’s independence and always loving. They talk in their “talk” and I do understand them. I have two very lovable cats-life is not complete without a cat to me. I guess they represent ME. Wonderful photo’s!

    1. This funny cat followed me, stalking along the top of about three fences. I thought she was beautiful, but she wouldn’t let me pat her, although she did stop very obligingly so I could take her photo!

  5. Oh how that frangipani spoke to me! As did the pussy cat 🙂 I sat & drank in their energies for a while & feel so very happy for it xxx

  6. I can’t top John’s beautiful words – but he has inspired me to write, “I drank the rose and it’s soothing scent, through my computer your are heaven sent. With the hairy beast, my four legged companion, I will leave the safety of my canyon, and set forth to sooth and recharge my heart, one step at a time till released from the dark.” Thanks for the post Nicole. Must go and take the faithful one for a walk. LOL! XXX

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