Yellow is the color of optimism. It is a color that conveys youthful energy. Also, when we wear yellow, we feel uplifted and confident.
Colors • Symbolism • Benefits
Colors hold power. They amazingly affect our emotions, and as a result, our behaviors. Colors are also a source of information. Even though how color affects you might derive from personal experiences, the psychology and science of color show us that there’s far more to it than “meets the eye.”
The color green grows all around us everywhere on our big, beautiful earth. Green is also the symbolic color of the Heart Chakra.
Han Purple is a synthetic pigment that was first created by the Chinese over 2800 years ago. But now it has quantum physicists puzzled.
There’s nothing more delightful than a red Christmas berry bush growing outside your home or as a part of your holiday decor.
Amazingly, humans are far more visual than animals. Please enjoy this primer about the world of colors and how color affects lives.
The color blue is in nature – in the light blue of the afternoon sky and in the deep variations of hue in a deep lake or the ocean.