Yellow is the color of optimism. It is a color that conveys youthful energy. When we wear clothes of this color, we feel uplifted and confident. And sometimes, even if it is cloudy outside, it makes us feel sunny and warm inside ourselves. If you want to stand out in a crowd, this is your color.
The Amazing Power of Yellow for Sparkle and Pizazz
Add Pops of Yellow to Your Intimate Environment
What gives more energy than a bright pop of yellow in your home. The color yellow connects us with our own mental energy and brings out our good humor. Interestingly, the energy of yellow also governs the Solar Plexus Chakra giving us balance, love, and self-control. It also helps us relax. Of course, that is what we are all about on this site – relaxing and being free from stress!
Bring on the Creativity
This bright, cheerful color helps stimulate intelligence and detoxifies the body and mind to help you heal faster from trauma. If you feel run down or semi-tired all the time, try immersing yourself in it and watch it inspire action and creativity in you.
Do you know that this is the easiest color for our eyes to see? Hence, its common use in traffic signs. It is also known to stimulate the left side of the brain which gives us clear thoughts and the ability to make quick decisions.
Roses for Friendship and So Much More
When I was a young girl, I loved to tend to my grandma’s roses. The yellow roses were always my very favorites and now I know why. They made me feel good! Traditionally, these roses imply friendship, but I believe they bring cheer to any occasion. People in hospitals love yellow roses because it brings them hope and warm feelings of happiness. Now, that’s a great way to heal.
The Colors of Spring
This color is also a Spring color. My oldest daughter was born on April 1st and the daffodils were blooming. So of course, this occasion is with me for the rest of my life and is totally associated with the lovely daffodils.
In closing, I’d like to share a nice poem with you that I found on Goodreads.
She wore her yellow sun-bonnet,
She wore her greenest gown;
She turned to the south wind
And curtsied up and down.
She turned to the sunlight
And shook her yellow head,
And whispered to her neighbor:
“Winter is dead.”
― A.A. Milne, When We Were Very Young
I think that says it all.💛🔥💛