Rainbow spiritual meanings

Rainbow Symbolism: Spiritual and Symbolic Meanings



We’ve had some very cold and rainy weather here over the last few months, but that is nothing new during winter time in the Witzenberg valley. We were even blessed enough to occasionally see the majestic mountains nestled under a white cap of snow.  The mountains, snow, and rain aren’t really what I’m focusing on today but they did contribute to all the beautiful rainbows I’ve been seeing recently.

Synchronicity has been at work in a big way and as fate would have it, someone I’ve been hoping to connect with for the last 3 years contacted me for a reading.  This lovely lady shared her vision for the future with me and mentioned a rainbow and how it fits in with her plans.

After the session, my partner and myself drove to Worcester and happened to see a gorgeous rainbow, and I had to take pictures as it was a direct confirmation of the topics of the reading I did earlier that day. Since then, rainbows have been popping up left, right, and center!  I traveled to Durbanville earlier this week to write my crystal healing exam and when I got out of the car, there was a massive rainbow ending right over the building I was meant to go into.

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This is the information the lady I spoke to sent through an email to me: A rainbow is a sign of blessing for your ventures, those close to you, and yourself. It is a powerful sign and it can be seen as a message from the Universe or Spirit that you are headed in the right direction. Much like the biblical meaning or symbolism, it signifies and end to difficulty and despair.

So it fits perfectly! We are both at a point in our lives where we are considering and working on major changes that would involve expanding what we’re already doing and the rainbow has become a frequent sight for me since that day.  For me, personally, it is a reminder that the stress or strain I may feel during the growth process is going to be worth it and that what I’m working towards is blessed and supported by the Universe.

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In addition to the symbolic meaning of rainbows, I’ve also started to look at it from a slightly different perspective, because of the subject I’m studying at present, color therapy.  The rainbow is made up of the seven formative forces or rays and while it is a beautiful and often breathtaking phenomenon, it has also come to have a deeper meaning for me; It’s a symbol of all of creation and of the unity of all those formative forces and colors that create the world we live in.

Have you seen a rainbow recently? Take it as a promise from the Universe that everything is going to be okay and that any challenges you’re facing or new projects you’re working on are worth the time and effort you’re investing.  If you turn a rainbow upside down it’s like a smile in all the colors of the spectrum, so the Universe is smiling on you and reminding you that you yourself takes the role of creator on a daily basis by shaping your world, your experiences, and your outcomes.

The Symbology of Rainbows

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Rainbows are one of the most beautiful spectacles nature has to offer — so beautiful, in fact, that they’ve inspired countless fairy tales, songs and legends. It’s a good bet that most of the artists behind these tales were totally mystified by the rainbow phenomenon. But of course there’s a scientific reason for how they’re formed.  It has to do with light refraction, bending light, and even frequency.

When white sunlight hits a collection of raindrops at a fairly low angle, you can see the component colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet — a rainbow. ~ Making a Rainbow at Science.HowStuffWorks.com

Single Rainbows
Rainbows appear all over the world. So of course there are a ton of myths and legends about what they mean from place to place.

Most people know the story about the Irish leprechaunhiding their gold at the end of the rainbow.  According to fables, Leprechauns are tiny mystical type of faeries who were originally linked to the Tuatha De Danann of Irish mythology. They normally take the form of an old man in a red or green coat, when they appear to humans.

But they are also known as mischievous faery creatures who like to make shoes and store their gold in a pot that they hide at the end of a rainbow.  Because rainbows don’t come around everyday, so it’s a good place to hide their gold. Yet it’s a place that will appear from time to time that allows the little fae to grab a handful of gold when they need it. And if you find that pot of gold and can get it from the leprechauns, you maybe allowed to keep it.

The Norse saw the rainbow as Bifrost (sometimes Bilröst or Bivrost) the burning rainbow bridge that reaches between Midgard (the world) and Asgard, the realm of the gods. You may have seen this in the movie Thor; in The Dark World, Thor refers to the Bifrost being destroyed as one of his reasons for not coming back to Jane.

According to the Prose Edda, the bridge ends in Asgard at Himinbjörg, the residence of the god Heimdallr (Heimdall in the movie, guardian of the gate). He guards the gate & bridge from the jötnar, a mythological race banished from entering the world of Asgard. (Yes I’ve seen the movies too many times!)

Most indo-european pagan cultures have some variation of this tale from the Norse. The Rainbow is a bridge between ages of enlightenment, or between the planes of spiritual realms. Some myths see the rainbow as a bridge of growth for an individual along their mission toward enlightenment.

In some of these legends, a complete rainbow, seen in its full circle is an omen of the circle of life. In this legend, someone is about to be born, or someone is about to die. In variations, the cycle might concern a phase in one’s life, a mission, journey, war, battle and so on.  The cycle of an event that’s about to begin or coming near its end.

In the ancient beliefs of Japan, rainbows were the bridges that human ancestors took to descend to the planet. This legend is shared to some extent with Chinese mythology, which says the red represents the feet, and violet symbolizes the head of a human being. Therefore, a single rainbow signifies a human descending from heaven to earth. This could be for communication, or rebirth.

Also in Chinese mythology Hong or jiang is a two-headed dragon, known as the rainbow dragon. Both are seen as bad omens. “The girdle is the rainbow. Its appearance announces that someone who ought not to is about to have a baby; for the arc of the rainbow typifies the swelling girdle of a pregnant woman. No one dares point at it, because pointing is disrespectful, and one must respect a warning sent by the Gods.

Rainbows play a variety of roles in Native American mythology, ranging from the spiritual to the whimsical. In Navajo tradition, the rainbow is the path of the Yei (holy spirits), and is frequently depicted in sacred sand-paintings. In Cherokee folklore, the rainbow is said to be the border of the sun’s coat. The Rainbow is also used as a clan crest in some Northwest Coast tribes, such as the Haida. ~ Native American Rainbow Mythology, there’s some great links to Native stories here

To the Māori people of New Zealand, Hina the lady of the moon, caused a rainbow to appear to create a bridge between the celestial realm and earth, for her mortal husband to return to earth to end his days, since death may not enter her celestial home.

In Judeo-Christian traditions the rainbow appears to Noah as a promise from God never to destroy the world again by means of flood water.

The rainbow is linked in mythology as a bridge to the other worlds (such as Asgard and other Divine places), an archer’s bow, a dragon, a serpent, and many more mystical things.

In Hindu mythology, Indra the god of thunder and war, uses the rainbow as a bow to shoot arrows of lightning at his enemies. The Sumerian farmer god Ninurta defends Sumer with a rainbow bow and arrow, and wore a crown described as a rainbow to match.

Like the first people of the United States, the first people of Australia also lived in different tribal nations. One Aboriginal myth, explains the rainbow as a snake, the Creator in Dreaming, which is the infinite period of time that “began with the world’s creation and that has no end. People, animals, and Eternal Beings like the Rainbow Serpent are all part of the Dreaming, and everyday life is affected by the Dreaming’s immortals,” – Wikipedia

For Buddhists, the rainbow is “the highest state achievable before attaining Nirvana, where individual desire and consciousness are extinguished.”

The Double Rainbow

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In Chinese mythology, a double rainbow, represents the movement from earth to heaven due to its reversal of colors from the single rainbow. It is also considered to be a sign of future success.

This concept of coming and going between the realm of the gods and the world is shared in many ancient shamanistic cultures as well. Such as the early Celts, the Norse and other Germanic peoples.

Modern Pagan Metaphysics
Today Pagan Metaphysics may follow one of these old cultural mythological views. For instance, Pagan traditions that follow a Celtic Shamanistic path would see the rainbow as a bridge between realms of knowledge and spiritual existence.

More modern traditions of Paganism and New Age paths view the colors of the rainbow as representations of the chakras in a 7 color chakra system. In this perspective the first chakra begins at the Root (red) and moves up to the Pituitary chakra (violet). The 7 centers are typically associated with Hindu teachings or variations of those practices. The 9 center systems are typically associated with Tibetan systems. My tradition follows the 9 Chakra System.

In more modern Wiccan traditions, the rainbow symbolizes hope, connection and unity of spirit between all things. It represents the links between Spirit and Body, The Celestial Universe and Earth.

Pagan traditions that lean heavily on Metaphysical principles see the rainbow as a bridge between peoples or worlds, similar to the Norse. In this variation the worlds aren’t necessarily physical words, but rather spiritual paths. Connecting all beliefs together by a bridge of light, inspiration, commonality and compassion. This might have been one of the inspirations for the rainbow colors to become the symbol of LGBT pride. At least I’d like to think that’s one of the reasons.


Rainbows can be seen in their full circular splendor. The best way to see this is from a plane looking down on Earth. In front of a waterfall, and occasionally appearing around the sun. Some say this is phenomenon seen from countries that exist around the equator. I’m not sure about that. But it seems to be a popular saying.

How ever you feel drawn to see the rainbow, share your vision and write it down. Allow yourself to change your perspective over time and evolve your description and definition. No one said you had to follow an ancient myth. Pick and choose the stories you like and build your own legend of the rainbow’s energy and purpose.

Rainbow Symbolism & Meanings

By Kristen Morley


Rainbow Symbolism & Meanings

There is an undeniable effect of enchantment caused by the appearance of a rainbow. The view is often breathtaking and exciting, often leaving spectators breathless or pensive. In addition to the mysticism in the appearance, the rainbow can provide us with powerful life lessons.

Take for example, the symbolism of the rainbow. The rainbow is a comprised of seven different colors. Each of these colors is vibrant and beautiful, and each one is different than the next. This conveys a beautiful message of inclusiveness and cohesion. It demonstrates how beautiful diversity can be.

For this reason, the rainbow symbol has been adopted by many groups or demographics that pursue equality. The rainbow meaning teaches us to embrace our own differences and the differences of those around us.

By surrounding ourselves with people who are different from ourselves, we allow ourselves to be challenged. This can help us expand our minds and grow spiritually.


Rainbow Symbol – Positive Meanings

The rainbow symbolism also serves as an obvious symbol of peace and serenity. These feelings are often evoked when looking at a rainbow.

More significantly, rainbows are often seen after a rainstorm when the sun breaks through the clouds. This provides us with a very powerful and important message. Good and beautiful things often follow the darkest storms.

Rainbows can motivate us to continue and endure through dark times. Another way that rainbows provide us with hope and motivation is by being a symbol for good luck. Rainbows are often thought to bring good fortune. In Irish mythology, they are even thought to be the hiding place for pots of gold.

Rainbow Symbol – Negative Meanings

There are darker and equally powerful meanings held by the rainbow. In addition to be symbolic meaning of  peace and hope, rainbows have been associated with fallen soldier of war. In Norse mythology, a rainbow once served as a bridge between the mortal and immortal that casualties of war would cross.

The message that rainbows connect us to the immortal can be seen in many mythologies worldwide, including Japanese and Navajo, though each has a different back story and belief. In our lives, we can see the rainbow as being symbolic of a transition, suggesting a potential change from one phase to another.

Rainbow – Other Symbolic Meanings

In general, rainbows are seen as transcending the earthly realm. Rainbows are the physical symbolism of this ascent. It provides us with inspiration to achieve greater heights and seek wisdom from the worlds beyond. The rainbow is the bridge that closes the gap between these two realms and allows for the possibility for communication. It is symbolic of possibility in many other ways as well. The glowing arch appears high above our horizon and can look close and distant at the same time. We are incapable of finding its end.

The rainbow challenges us to be a better version of ourselves. A more inclusive person, a person who seeks a challenge, a person who desires spiritual growth and a connection to the spiritual realm, a person who endures the darkness in pursuit of the light.

Like the rainbow, these things can seem far away and out of our reach. The important thing, though, is that we keep striving for them. The rainbow symbolism is powerful because it reminds us of the endless possibilities. It shows us vast and magical our world is. Rainbows challenge us to confront and embrace our own potential.

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What Is the Spiritual Meaning of Seeing a Rainbow?

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A rainbow has a spiritual meaning attached to it in the form of an inner awakening caused by the shining through of light embedded in positive attributes, such as truth and wisdom.Rainbows are renowned for their brilliant colors, which vary in intensity and number. Rainbows are beautiful and unique natural phenomena, which makes them suitable for holding magical value and spiritual meaning.

Many people ascribe to the spiritual attributes of rainbows, but the original assignor of spiritual meaning to rainbows was Emanuel Swedenborg. Swedenborg recognized the global value of light, primarily from a spiritual context. Swedenborg related the significance of the radiant light emanated from rainbows to the light emitted by individuals through good actions, such as telling the truth and having wisdom. Allowing truth and wisdom to shine through, Swedenborg believed, helped to abolish the darkness caused by negative emotions and attributes, such as doubt, despair and wrongdoings.

The colors of rainbows vary and appear differently depending on their surroundings. Some colors are absorbed by surrounding objects, which makes them appear absent from rainbows, while others are reflected from surfaces and make rainbows appear vivid and bright. In the spiritual context, colors emitted from rainbows are never considered lost but have an innate source of inner beauty that opens and shines in through transparent water droplets in the rain.

Insight into Your Spiritual Awakening : Prophecy of the Rainbow Warriors

By Chloë Rain


Although many of us hear the call of our inner desires and dreams, it is often difficult to find the path forward to our own awakening.

Learning to explore deeply is one of the key qualities of living a truly expressed and fulfilled life.

The Explore Deeply Movement is for those of us who feel a call to something greater than ourselves, though we may not know why.

When you learn to explore deeply, you uncover your true power & gifts, are able to find meaning in your past failures, and come to believe in yourself again. That is when you become powerful beyond belief.

When the earth is ravaged and the animals are dying, a new tribe of people shall come unto the earth from many colors, classes, creeds and who by their actions and deeds shall make the earth green again. They will be known as the warriors of the rainbow.

— Native American Prophecy

“There will come a day when people of all races, colors, and creeds will put aside their differences. They will come together in love, joining hands in unification, to heal the Earth and all Her children. They will move over the Earth like a great Whirling Rainbow, bringing peace, understanding and healing everywhere they go. Many creatures thought to be extinct or mythical will resurface at this time; the great trees that perished will return almost overnight. All living things will flourish, drawing sustenance from the breast of our Mother, the Earth.

The great spiritual Teachers who walked the Earth and taught the basics of the truths of the Whirling Rainbow Prophecy will return and walk amongst us once more, sharing their power and understanding with all. We will learn how to see and hear in a sacred manner. Men and women will be equals in the way Creator intended them to be; all children will be safe anywhere they want to go. Elders will be respected and valued for their contributions to life. Their wisdom will be sought out. The whole Human race will be called The People and there will be no more war, sickness or hunger forever.”

“When the Time of the White Buffalo approaches, the third generation of the White Eyes’ children will grow their hair and speak of love as the healer of the Children of the Earth. These children will seek new ways of understanding themselves and others. They will wear feathers and beads and paint their faces. They will seek the Elders of the Red Race and drink of their wisdom. These white-eyed children will be a sign that the Ancestors are returning in white bodies, but they are Red on the inside. They will learn to walk the Earth Mother in balance again and  reform the idea of the white chiefs. These children will be tested as they were when they were Red ancestors by unnatural substances like firewater to see if they can remain on the Sacred Path.

The generation of Flower Children have moved through this part of the prophecy and some have remained on the Sacred Path. Others were lost for a while and are now returning to the natural way of being. Some were disillusioned and have forgotten the high ideals that gave them life when their hearts were young, but others still are waking up and quickening into remembering.

Grandmother Cisi would look at me with her obsidian eyes piercing my soul when she spoke of the Whirling Rainbow Prophecy, and I would feel my heart skip a beat and then fill with promise and love. She would tell me about the return of the Buffalo to Turtle Island and how the herds would once again be numerous. After the time when the Buffalo returned, the generation following the Flower Children would see the dawning of the Fifth World of Peace.”

 — Navajo / Hopi Prophecy of the Whirling Rainbow

“Many people who are going through the early stages of the awakening process are no longer certain what their outer purpose is. What drives the world no longer drives them. Seeing the madness of our civilization so clearly, they feel somewhat alienated from the culture around them. Some feel that they inhabit a no-man’s-land between two worlds. They are no longer run by the ego, yet the arising awareness has not yet become fully integrated into their lives. Inner and outer purpose have not merged.”


The Eagle and the Condor is an ancient Amazon prophecy that speaks of human societies splitting into two paths – that of the Eagle (North), and that of the Condor (South). The path of the Condor is the path of heart, of intuition, and of the feminine. The path of the Eagle is the path of the mind, of the industrial, and of the masculine.

The prophecy says that the 1490s would begin a 500 year period during during which the Eagle people would become so powerful that they would virtually drive the Condor people out of existence. This can be seen in the conquering of the Americas and the killing and oppressing of the indigenous peoples in the subsequent 500 years – up to and including today.

The prophecy says that during the next 500-year period, beginning in 1990, the potential would arise for the Eagle and the Condor to come together, to fly in the same sky, and to create a new level of consciousness for humanity. The prophecy only speaks of the potential, so it’s up to us to activate this potential and ensure that a new consciousness is allowed to arise.

“The Prophecy of the Condor and Eagle” can be taken at many levels — the standard interpretation is that it foretells the sharing of indigenous knowledge with the technologies of science, the balancing of yin and yang, and the bridging of northern and southern cultures. However, most powerful is the message it offers about consciousness; it says that we have entered a time when we can benefit from the many diverse ways of seeing ourselves and the world, and that we can use these as a springboard to higher levels of awareness. As human beings we can truly wake up and evolve into a more conscious species.

The Eagle and Condor legend most likely comes from the Amazon and dates back more than 2000 years, although we cannot know for certain when and where the story originates. I have found versions of it in the Andes, through Central America, and have seen its influence on the Maya, the Aztec, the Hopi, and the Navajo.

The prophecy serves as a way of classifying and understanding changes in the world, from north to south and from east to west. It is an explanation of the two different paths that the human race has taken throughout history.

These two paths have diverged time and time again, but the prophecy states that the time is NOW when the two paths will potentially conjoin to become one.

These prophecies describe  a story of division and conflict, but also of union and peace.

The following video is a clip from the film Shift of the AgesIt features indigenous leaders from North, South, and Central America who talk about the prophecy of the Condor and the Eagle- but they do more than just talk about it. They bring it to life.

Indigenous Leaders from South, Central, and North America share the Prophecy of the Eagle and Condor as seen in the award winning film Shift of the Ages. The Shift of the Ages film shares the story of Wandering Wolf, Grand Elder of the Maya Nation, and his mission to see peace, health and environmental harmony come about in the world.

Follow your own footsteps
Learn from the rivers
The trees and the rocks.
Honor the Christ
The Buddha.
Your brothers and sisters.
Honor your Earth Mother
and the Great Spirit.
Honor yourself and
all of creation
Look with the eyes of your soul and
engage the essential.
  — The Inca Q’ero

Mitakuye Oyasin – Aho Mitakuye Oyasin is a simple yet profound statement. It comes from the Lakota Nation and means ‘All my relations’. It is spoken during prayer and ceremony to invite and acknowledge that we are all one. In the western world we interpret “To all my Relations” as a statement to our relatives or ancestors, however, its meaning is much greater and speaks to our connection with all of creation, plants, animals, creepy crawlies, dirt, the Stars, the Universe, and beyond. That which is all life force and life force creation energy.

Aho Mitakuye Oyasin… To All my relations. I honor you in this circle of life with me today. I am grateful for this opportunity to acknowledge you in this prayer..

To the Creator, for the ultimate gift of life, I thank you.

To the mineral nation that has built and maintained my bones and all foundations of life experience, I thank you.

To the plant nation that sustains my organs and body and gives me healing herbs for sickness, I thank you.

To the animal nation that feeds me from your own flesh and offers your loyal companionship in this walk of life, I thank you.

To the human nation that shares my path as a soul upon the sacred wheel of Earthly life, I thank you.

To the Spirit nation that guides me invisibly through the ups and downs of life and for carrying the torch of light through the Ages. I thank you.

To the Four Winds of Change and Growth, I thank you.

You are all my relations, my relatives, without whom I would not be alive. We are in the circle of life together, co-existing, co-creating our destiny. One, not more important than the other. One nation evolving from the other and yet each dependent upon the one above and the one below. All of us a part of the Great Mystery.

Thank you for this Life.

— Aho Mitakuye Oyasin —

So often, people feel like “there’s got to be more to life…”

You need to know that your life purpose exists and who you are serves a greater purpose in this world.

How do I know about this?

…from my unique challenges in life, starting from when I almost died in an accident, then later was diagnosed with a debilitating auto-immune disease, that partially paralyzed my right arm. I took my health and my future into my own hands and risked everything I had ever created in order to recover my health and ultimately my happiness.

I learned teachable techniques that helped me to grow a meaningful business which serves people around the world, and live a life filled with love, purpose, adventure, and miracles. 

The same techniques I’ve used to create a life worth living, I have taught to many people who have then become fulfilled in life, love, and career; and I’d like to teach you how to start finding and restoring your life purpose too.

I can promise that you will never look at life the same way again.

Whether you are considering making a life transition and don’t know where to begin, or stuck in the same self-defeating patterns year after year, the path of Shamanic healing and earth-based wisdom offers unparalleled results in creating lasting transformation.


When I first began exploring shamanism as a way to my own healing, I was not aware that I had a certain calling and was being invited to walk a well worn path of the ‘Red Road Ways’. I could not fathom how this way of interacting with the natural world would become so natural to me, almost instinctual, as if was a part of my DNA.

That is when I realized that what was being revealed to me while engaging in ritual and ceremonial practices and offered to me through the teachings of my Elders, was much greater than a teaching or a belief system or a “way of learning about the world through oral histories or seeing the world through metaphorical stories”. I started to sense that I was tapping into a way of communicating with the Intelligence of ALL Creation, the Nature of true Existence all around me.

I realized that this is not an antiquated sentimental way of viewing and experiencing the world. But a very real, very alive, highly evolved and intensely present awake and aware intelligence that is actively communicating with us in our modern world. In fact, trying to communicate with us in order to engage in collaborative solutions to our twenty-first-century issues of pollution, illness, disease, war, and other plagues of humanity in our present-day environment.

At this time in my personal level of understanding, I believe that by using the practices first to heal ourselves and regain our personal power, and then engaging in communication with this Intelligence through “shamanic practices” we may be able to solve the problems that we humans have created in our natural environment and help to bring healing and harmony to the planet.

The prophecy that was told to me on my first visit to Peru is that the Eagle People of the North, we ‘Westerners’, would come to the Medicine People of the South, the Condor People, and learn the Medicine ways that they had protected and kept safe for 500 years. At this time in present day history it is said that we, the Eagle People of the North, would then become the Mesa carriers, or the protectors of the Medicine Ways and give this healing to those seeking the wisdom of connection to All.

It was not until my work in Peru in 2015, where I received a vision to return home that certain experiences on my journey started to make sense.

In this way, I was more surprised than the Shamans in Peru to find myself there looking for healing. They said, “We’ve been expecting you.” and I thought they were being coy. I was told, “The Mountains are speaking to you.” and I was shocked by the truth that resonated within me in hearing that statement.

The Apu, Mountain Spirits, are powerful Spirit Teachers in Andean Cosmology. Though I had never been to Peru before, when these words were spoken to me at the bottom of an Inca ruin I knew that the Mountains had been speaking to me all my life, and had recently, in my personal life, helped me to a path to healing after battling with a serious auto-immune disease.

Symptoms which had caused adrenal system failure, contributing to losing my hair, severe brain fog, debilitating exhaustion, short term memory loss, partial paralyzation of my right arm and left hand fingers, and painful internal and external organ inflammation which I could only describe as being blown up like a puffer fish with the poison spikes exploding on the inside.

By the time I had made it to Peru, I was beginning to heal and what transpired on the land during that firrst visit would forever change the course of my life and ultimately lead me to a place of re-remembering who I have always meant to be.

Gratefully I have a lot of support from my Teachers, Spirit Guides, Power Animals, and Ancestors.

I know that you have the same support available to you at all times. You must only ask and open to receive their help and guidance.

It is my hope to give you as much of what I have learned along this path as possible, in a way that speaks to your heart, and gives you a framework that is helpful in gleaning understanding from your own experiences.

What I am sharing with you is only a small part of the vast knowledge and depth of the wisdom that is available to us when we learn to tap into the cosmic web of Energy.

I hope to give you context that serves you to perceive the meaning of your own experiences as you walk your path.



Chloë Rain is a Spiritual Guide & Visionary. She is the the Founder of Explore Deeply and the Explore Deeply Movement.Chloë has had the pleasure of working with women and men all over the globe to learn to source their inner power, deepen their relationship to self love, and experience greater fulfillment, so they can enjoy the happiness they have always wanted, and have confidence and JOY in their lives, relationships, and finances.

Many of her clients find that their relationships and careers shift dramatically in new and exciting ways after doing this work, creating freedom and joy in their personal and professional lives. To find out more about working with Chloë go → here.

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Chloë Rain is a Spiritual Guide & Visionary.

The Visionary lives in the realm between deep internal experience and the revelations of the outer world. There is no going back once this frontier has been reached; a new territory is visible and what has become known cannot be unseen.

Chloë is an initiate of the Inca Q’ero Pampamesayok Lineage of Andean Energy Medicine, a Spiritual Guide trained in the Amazonian Shipibo energy healing traditions, as well as a certified Native American Healing Arts Practitioner.

In 2010 she founded The Explore Deeply Movement™ on a belief that every person, no matter where they are at in life, how old or young, how lost or confused, has a unique and purposeful reason for being alive.

As a Visionary & Spiritual Guide, one of her specialities is helping individuals learn to source their inner power and answer their own unique calling, so they may experience greater fulfillment in their lives, through energy medicine techniques, as well as ancient wisdom teachings.

Chloë offers private mentorship programs that provide guidance to help develop personal and intuitive approaches to creating fulfillment and prosperity in your daily life. She also offers healing retreats on her land in Virginia, and leads spiritual adventures to places like Machu Picchu throughout the year.

When a near 15 year career in executive management and real-estate development lead to a crushing medical diagnoses of a severe autoimmune disease, Chloë started asking questions about the purpose of her life.

She dove deep into the cutting edge of energy medicine and learned to heal herself of the crippling autoimmune disease, ending an almost 30 year battle with depression, without medication.

Chloë sought to integrate her passion for life with her experience of the profound and inspiring and founded Explore Deeply.

Exploring deeply is a way of being in the world through exploration of your unique human experience and your Soul’s Divine expression.

Chloë is trained in ceremonial practices from several living traditions including the Inca Q’ero, Amazonian Shipibo, and the Santee Sioux. She is a Practitioner of the Pampamesayok Lineage of Andean Energy Medicine, a Spiritual Guide of the energy and plant healing traditions of the Amazon Shipibo, and a certified Stone Walker of Inyan Pejuta, a Native American Healing Art.

Chloë offers one-to-one mentorship, private healing retreats, and spiritual adventures throughout the year, please join the newsletter to receive announcements and details on retreats and offerings.

“As you turn inward and fall in love with the truth of who you really are, you become whole, despite the brokenness.”


Chloe Rain Explore Deeply Spiritual Guide Healing Channel Inspiring Lives

My life and soul’s purpose is dedicated to the revolution of the human spirit through random acts of intrigue and experiments in Joy.”

Why Am I Alive : Chloë Rain Explore Deeply

Our purpose, the meaning of it all, is revealed to us one step along the journey at a time. If we’re confused, or feel stuck, or are frustrated because we don’t know what to do next, the thing for us to do is to take the next step, without knowing.”



  1. […] Apparently it was even a double rainbow! Man, it must have been huge and beautiful! Just checked if someone else wrote about the spiritual meaning of rainbows and found this:A rainbow is a sign of blessing for your ventures, those close to you, and yourself. It is a powerful sign and it can be seen as a message from the Universe or Spirit that you are headed in the right direction. Much like the biblical meaning or symbolism, it signifies an end to difficulty and despair.The rainbow is made up of the seven formative forces or rays and while it is a beautiful and often breathtaking phenomenon, it has also come to have a deeper meaning for me; It’s a symbol of all of creation and of the unity of all those formative forces and colors that create the world we live in.Take it as a promise from the Universe that everything is going to be okay and that any challenges you’re facing or new projects you’re working on are worth the time and effort you’re investing.  If you turn a rainbow upside down it’s like a smile in all the colors of the spectrum, so the Universe is smiling on you and reminding you that you yourself take the role of creator on a daily basis by shaping your world, your experiences, and your outcomes. (Source here) […]


  2. […] Apparently it was even a double rainbow! Man, it must have been huge and beautiful! Just checked if someone else wrote about the spiritual meaning of rainbows and found this:A rainbow is a sign of blessing for your ventures, those close to you, and yourself. It is a powerful sign and it can be seen as a message from the Universe or Spirit that you are headed in the right direction. Much like the biblical meaning or symbolism, it signifies an end to difficulty and despair.The rainbow is made up of the seven formative forces or rays and while it is a beautiful and often breathtaking phenomenon, it has also come to have a deeper meaning for me; It’s a symbol of all of creation and of the unity of all those formative forces and colors that create the world we live in.Take it as a promise from the Universe that everything is going to be okay and that any challenges you’re facing or new projects you’re working on are worth the time and effort you’re investing.  If you turn a rainbow upside down it’s like a smile in all the colors of the spectrum, so the Universe is smiling on you and reminding you that you yourself take the role of creator on a daily basis by shaping your world, your experiences, and your outcomes. (Source here) […]


  3. […] This blog post goes into more detail about the symbolism of rainbows, but here’s a nugget: “Have you seen a rainbow recently? Take it as a promise from the Universe that everything is going to be okay and that any challenges you’re facing or new projects you’re working on are worth the time and effort you’re investing.” Well, don’t mind if I do. […]


  4. Wow this is an amazing article with insights that resonated deeply. Thank you for sharing such profound wisdom & joy on the power of human connection

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