PART 7 – COLOURS
This week in Part 7 of my latest blog read about which colours to use in your house to create positive energy in your home and surroundings.
White is the colour of purity and innocence in the West but in the East it is used to clothe the dead and worn for mourning.
Black is associated with death and mourning in the West, but in the East it is associated with money and power but used sparingly.
Grey is the colour of vagueness, things that are hidden and people or situations that cannot be trusted.
Green is the most balanced colour of all because it falls in the middle of the colour spectrum and is the colour of nature and healing. It represents balance, harmony and peace.
Red is considered a lucky colour and in the East is often used for protection. It represents importance and emotion and is associated with enthusiasm, activity and passion.
Blue is the colour of trust and reliability and is much used in the corporate world.
Yellow is the colour of the sun and therefore is associated with joy, summer and warmth. It stimulates the intellectual side of the brain and is also thought to aid digestion.
Purple is the colour of sacrifice so use sparingly and is associated with emperors and martyrs, wealth and power, suffering and sacrifice.
Pink is the first colour we ever see – the colour of the interior of the womb – welcoming and soothing we associate it with love and comfort. It has the effect of calming us even when angry.
Orange is a stimulating colour. It is the colour of communication so it is a social and creative colour. People become more talkative when they see it!
Brown is associated with steadiness, stability and practicality but people who use or wear it too much will be seen as boring by others!
Peach is a fire colour so use with care – never use it in a master bedroom as it will bring too much fire energy to the relationship and then sparks will fly!
Thank you for reading my latest blog and hope my tips help you to create positive energy in your home and surroundings!