Wearing White | 3HO International

Wearing White

How you dress is a personal choice. When you choose to dress with grace, dignity, modesty, and elegance, it can strengthen your projection and become a tool to help you expand your consciousness.

Expand Your Aura

Each day, you can expand your aura and increase your openness and neutrality by wearing graceful clothing that is white or ivory, made from cotton, silk, wool, or other natural fibers.

Wearing white expands your aura and creates a powerful interface between you and your environments. The spectrum of light energy that makes up the color white contains the energies of all colors. By wearing white, all the colors are available to support and enhance the aura and the eight chakras.

Natural fibers act as energy conduits. The fibers interact with your surroundings to conduct prana inward and filter out negative or chaotic energy.

What you choose to wear should be based on your personal experience because it’s real to you—not because someone else thinks you should do it, or you want to look a certain way to gain attention, or to put on an act. 

It is a privilege to always look good, and to always look royal. Look good because you are good. Look royal because you are royal in your consciousness. Let your clothing project your pure self-identity. 

Projection and Impact 

Elegant, white dress makes you visible to people. It gives you impact and projection. The only way you can connect to someone so that they can remember you is if you impact them with your projection. Dressing in white can expand your projection and your energy, much, much more than when you dress like everyone else. When your style of dress is a reflection of your own commitment to your inner reality, it creates a subtle communication with other people. The impact and projection says to someone, “This person is different. I’ve got to talk to this person. Maybe this person can help me.” 

We want to serve others. We want to be able to protect others. You have to be visible. That requires courage. It requires that you be secure in your self and that you enjoy who you are in relation to your higher self. Then you can serve and protect from the core of your own purity and consciousness.

References: The Aquarian Teacher: KRI International Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Textbook Level One and a video interview with Guruka Singh Khalsa.