Pink Light For Healing & Transformation by Lani Reagan

"Anything is possible with sunshine and a little pink." ~Lilly Pulitzer. These are 3 of the most powerful ways I’ve used pink light, and I hope you’ll experiment with them to create healing stories of your own in the weeks ahead.

Pulitzer’s words are more literal than she likely imagined because pink-light is love-energy and it has the power to heal and transform. While we cannot see energy with the naked eye, science has long verified its existence, in the form of frequencies and vibrations that emanate through the human body and the Universe. “A study published in the British Journal of Psychology examined 35 studies that looked at whether the intention of one person can interact with and influence the physiology of another person. They found a statistically significant positive difference across the studies (Koenig, 2002).” Pink-light is channeled via our intention. So how can we use pink-light to facilitate healing and transformation in our own lives and in the lives of our loved ones? How can we make anything possible with pink light?

These are 3 of the most powerful ways I’ve used pink light, and I hope you’ll experiment with them to create healing stories of your own in the weeks ahead.

First, remember that energy flows to and from where your awareness goes.

Next, energy moves through your body with rhythmic breathing (inhaling to a count of 6 or so, then holding for 3 counts, then exhaling to a count of 6 or so and holding for 3 counts). Repeating this breathing cycle for 5-7 cycles will channel love energy through your heart to the rest of your body.  As you close your eyes and bring your attention to your heart area, love energy will naturally get activated. Remember that the chakras are off the body and not on the skin, so it’s more powerful if you bring your awareness to 4 or 5 inches off the body in the area of your chest to channel pink light from the heart chakra. When you do you’ll feel some expansion and a measure of calm will come over you. This is a great stress reliever and an effective way to center yourself when you feel discomfort or a trigger starting to arise. 

The second most powerful way to use pink light is to engage your visualization to help another person calm down and feel more peaceful.

This can also stimulate them into a healing vibratory frequency. After you feel into your own heart chakra, take a few breaths as you visualize the person engulfed in Cinderella pink-light. Sometimes I even move my hand over my vision of the person, as if I’m holding a fairy’s wand spreading pink fairy dust over them. When I use this internally (in my inner vision) on a person who is angry or complaining, it’s amazing how quickly they either change the topic or soften just a bit, so we can continue our conversation without conflict. I had a client whose mother was older and discontented and constantly at her about things. When she started using this tool, her mother would stop what she was saying and get distracted by other things. Imagine what it could do for your business deals, relationships and children if you practiced this regularly!

The third and most powerful way I’ve used this and seen this used was within dysfunctional family dynamics.

I’ve seen it happen in my own family, where my mother went from being hard-core anti-energy healing and couldn’t take hearing about my work, to experiencing her being open and now even researching what I do. She’s just overall softer and less afraid. This third way takes a little more effort and time, but it’s well worth it.

After breathing into your heart space for about 7-9 breathing cycles, close your eyes and visualize your family member being engulfed in pink light for about 2 minutes or more. Then allow that pink light to engulf the whole house they live in. Next allow that pink light to engulf that person, yourself, and your whole family. Keep that vision activated for the space of 10 minutes. If you want to increase the effectiveness, you can repeat the words, “I’m sorry, forgive me, thank you, I love you, to my family, for the memories that have manifested this suffering.”

When you repeat those words, you are also healing familial karma. Recently, I had a client who applied this to her father-in-law. He had a history of being emotionally distant and domineering with his adult children. He was not prone to speaking words of love and kindness. Being the businessman he was, his habit was to focus more on the material rather than the spiritual aspects of life. After my client did this practice for a time, her father-in-law ended up having a regular medical procedure go bad because of a medical error, and he had to be rushed to another hospital that just happened to be the leading cardiac treatment center.

During his corrective procedure, his body had a massive heart attack and at the same time, he was already in the safest place possible where experts were readily available on hand to deal with his condition. When her father-in-law awoke, after his surgery, only she was available to sit with him, because all the other family members had fallen sick. At first, he complained about how the previous procedure led to greater complications, but when she pointed out that if it hadn’t have been for the med-error he wouldn’t have been in the right hospital for his heart attack, he got reflective.

After thinking about it for a few minutes to her shock, he said he understood and this led him to deeper conversation. He shared the details of his life story, which she had never heard before because his children had never heard it. She was in shock. Now, he expressed a desire to develop his relationships. He asked her to help him because he didn’t know how to go about it, and she agreed to have more conversations and to support him and their family in expressing more love. She reported to me that it was slightly unbelievable, given his previous disposition, but that she would keep using the tools to sustain the momentum of healing and progress, she saw in motion. 

 Pulitzer’s words speak to the power of using the color pink in fashion, however if you use pink-light in the ways described above, you’ll be at the center of many healing miracles and serendipitous events will become the norm. Healing and transformation might seem impossible or too difficult to facilitate, but when you experiment with using pink-light you might be pleasantly surprised. 

If you’d like more information about healing techniques or how to specifically handle a personal situation, book a session with me in the Reader’s Portal. I’m happy to disclose more techniques and help you on your life’s path. 

*Koenig HG. Spirituality in patient care: why, how, when, and what. Philadelphia: Templeton Foundation Press; 2002. 

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