Where does a rainbow come from?
When you see a rainbow the sun will always be behind you and it’s the rain drops in front of you that separate the colors into the colors of the spectrum.
Create the colors of the rainbow yourself
You can create the colors of the rainbow yourself by using a Prism which is a triangular piece of glass. Once you have a Prism you simply need to shine a focused beam of sunlight into one of the sides of the prism. If you don’t have a prism you can get a similar effect with a clear glass container that allows you to fill it with water, like a test tube for example.
The seven colors of the rainbow and their meaning
Red is the color at the top of the rainbow, it has the longest wavelength. Red in nature is often used as a warning. It’s also linked with love, passion and lust. It’s a physical and high energy color that can sometimes turn to anger and aggression.
Red is associated with.
- Physical energy
Orange is a mix of yellow and red, it’s energetic like red but it’s also encourages mental energy as well as physical. It’s a color that gets attention and like red in nature some animals display it as a danger warning to stay away.
Orange has connections to.
- Fun & enjoyment
Yellow is the color of the sun, warmth and energy. With its connections to the sun it is life giving and creating.
It has connections to
- Clear thinking
Green is the color of nature and growth. It’s the color of plant life, trees and grass which so much other life relies on to survive.
Blue is the color of the ocean and the sky, it’s spiritual and peace inspiring, relaxing and promotes trust.
Violet comes from the colors blue and red and it’s traits come from a combination of the two, plus a few unique trait of its own. It’s a feminine and mysterious color.
Violet is associated with.
Indigo is a mix of dark blue and purple, it’s the color of the sky at midnight. It encourages deep thinking and understanding about ourselves.
Indigo has connections to.
- Inward thinking