Very good question.
Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body.
Its been described as above online.
For me Blue is kind of ever soothing and an immense strong color to steady the mind. Its my fav color. For me as it symbolizes sky it takes my mind off to the vastness of infinite sky and oceans. Thank you
Blue has long been my favorite color. Not only is it the color of the sky into which my mind has reached with a love of astronomy, sun, moon and stars, but it is also the color of the sea -- from turquoise blue to deep ultramarine.
As an artist, I love all colors, but frequently find myself comparing other colors to various shades of blue and in contrast with them.
The color of the fur of my character.
Well other than that, I don't know. I haven't really put much thought into the color of blue. Usually it's associated with sadness or depression, but I don't really see it that way. Maybe it's cause I'm used to seeing my character, who's a blue rabbit, so it doesn't depress me. Or maybe it's what I associate with the character, who's supposed to be a creative little critter.
Hm. Makes me want to think about what different colors mean to me. I usually just go off of how it looks, not any particular meaning for it...
The wavelength of visible light that comes between green and violet and then before ultraviolet.
It's also da ba dee da ba dai, but that's only if you yourself are blue and/or a member of Eiffel 65.
My favourite colour. Blue expresses infinity, vastness; the unreachable birthless and deathless transcendental state. It is an occultic or spiritual colour and was the colour of Sri krishna and also my Spiritual Teacher, Sri Chinmoy.
There is something soothing and cooling about blue as well as demonstrating expansion.
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