Last updated on March 27, 2021
Your soul and life path colors help you to balance and align to your soul’s purpose.
You’re more than likely familiar with aura and chakra colors. Your chakra colors spin and process your energy and your aura colors emit them and provide an energetic blueprint of who you are. Your aura and chakra colors can change dependent on what you’re processing in your emotional and physical body.
In addition to your chakra and aura colors, there’s your Soul & Life Path colors.
Your Life Path color definitely interrelates with your aura colors but it doesn’t change in this life. It may be the main color of your auric field when you’re aligned with your purpose.
Many times, people get confused and think their Life Path color is the same as their Soul Color.
Your Soul Color lives outside of your etheric field and in your soul field. It is the guiding light to your soul family’s purpose. You also have a specific child color to your Soul Color and a specific Soul Purpose that branches from your soul family.
How do Soul and Life Path colors interact?
Your Soul Color surrounds you and protects you. It guides your soul’s purpose and helps you become the most optimal version of yourself.
Your Life Path color is seen within your body. I typically see them in the torso region with no interaction with your soul color. (But, that’s not always the case!)
To provide an example of how they work together for you, think of your Life Path color as the car color that helps deliver on your soul color’s purpose and path.
For example, if your Soul Color is Red-Violet (whose overall purpose is beauty and transformation) and your Life Path color is Yellow (whose overall purpose is to create connection), you would bring about beauty or transformation by bringing people together.
It’s important to know that a full focus on your soul or life path color without attention to the other color can create imbalance.
What to do when there's an imbalance with your soul and life path colors
It’s important to maintain a balance between your Soul & Life Path colors.
When you focus too much on your Life Path color, you will still have your Soul Color there but not as pronounced. This could show up in how you relate with your “self” or others…you may become so integrated and overflowing with your Life Path color that you don’t see or sense the connection of your higher self.
And the opposite can occur when you focus too much on your Soul Color that you become ungrounded. It is not noticeable to you! Inner work and introspection are key to maintain a harmonious balance.
To create balance, if you sense that you are not in your body, you need to surround yourself with your Life Path color. And if you feel disconnected with your soul or higher self, then you need to surround yourself with your Soul Color.
To read an overview of the soul colors and their overarching meanings, click here.