All you need to do to call upon the kna of a specific color is to allow them to be in your proximity so that the kna emanating from them can commune with you. This can be done in many different ways, and one way would be to get specific colored candles or other forms of tools so that when they are being used, they will also emit that certain color kna along with the other kna that they usually produce. Another way that you could bring colored kna into your practice would be to wear a specific color of clothing that is the color that you wish to invoke the kna of. You could also visualize that color to bring that kna to you, allowing it to be used in situations where you might not have a physical representation of it. The basic idea of all of this is for you to find a way in which you will interact with the color so that that color kna can interact with you in your daily life. This will allow you to benefit from the kna that it produces and use it in your magickal practice. Below is a list of different colors and their metaphysical correspondences that can be invoked by bringing that color into your routine.
These colors align themselves well with Viadescioism and act as symbols for it. These colors have an aesthetic purpose and a metaphysical one and are color schemes used in specific places within the practice. Below is a list of different colors and their metaphysical correspondences that can be invoked by bringing that color into your routine.
The neutral colors:
The neutral colors are brown, tan, and gray and can be used as a foundation for other colors and sacred colors in Viadescioism.
Colors of enlightenment:
Yamasa of the Colors of enlightenment: Damakna, and Madaqa
Yamasa of the White Base: Naknayamasa
- Unconditional Love
Yamasa of the Blue Trim: Shaknayamasa
Colors of the Divine:
Yamasa of the Colors of the Divine: Skadayamasa
Yamasa of the Purple Base: Ladaqa
- Spiritual Awareness
Yamasa of the Gold Trim: Oxakna
- Spiritual Attainment
- Ward Off Negativity
Colors of the Unseen:
Yamasa of the Colors of the Unseen: Dasakna, and Sadaqa
Yamasa of the Black Base: Daknayamasa
Yamasa of the Red Trim: Uknayamasa