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How to Use Elevating Colors That Heal?

Updated on December 27, 2017
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Sheila is a kids' author who learned heaps as a wellness coordinator. She loves to share healthy tidbits with her readers.

Wearing crystals are energizing!
Wearing crystals are energizing! | Source

Why Color Therapy?

Perhaps, you don't know this, but your clothes and the colors of the rooms in your home affect you intuitively! How may you ask? Well, can you get a load of these color spectrum tidbits?

Coloring your world with various colors will make you feel more vibrant and change your mood from feeling creative to calming your spirit.

Specific colors contain a positive energy frequency that is highly therapeutic in elevating your mood and creating tranquility. These vibration frequencies affect your cells with different levels, helping to restore your equilibrium and homeostasis.

Red is exciting and aggressive! Wearing a ruby blouse or a tie to a job interview portrays a pioneering spirit with managerial qualities and high-self-confidence. A scarlet room invites conversation and raises energy levels. Vermilion stones and crystals increase your perseverance and help you feel more cheerful and increase vitality.

Warm colors of red, orange and lemon are healing if you feel depressed and will make a room feel cozier. Orange will increase your appetite and yellow stimulates mental ability and concentration.

Cool colors of violet, blue and green are calming if you feel too nervous and will make a room seem better thereby helping to relieve stress. A small pot of lavender flowers by your bedside is truly comforting in helping to create a relaxing slumber and peaceful aromatherapy.

Blue helps with creative expression. Wearing a sapphire blouse or suit to an interview denotes a feeling of power and trustworthiness. Navy stones denote royalty and prestige and help to reduce ragged emotions.

Positive Colors to Wear

Green symbolizes new life, growth, and tranquility. It is extremely rich in our natural world and produces a calming effect that is nurturing. Wearing verdant stones help to attract money, wealth and freedom of space.

It seems like time moves faster in a green or blue room for one reason or another.

White refreshes the brain and is a symbol of wholesomeness. Though milky white is truly not a color, it synergistically reveals all the colors and is also the symbol of purity. White stones help to pull down inflamed emotions and stressful situations.

Yellow emulates jealousy and is glorious.

Pink is also admirable and represents love and lifts the spirits!

Black, on the other hand, retains all colors and reflects an absence of all colors. It creates invisibility and inconspicuousness. It conceals and gives a sense of mystery, of the unknown. Wearing black clothing denotes a sense of solemnity and self-control. Black is chic and makes you look strong-willed.

Remember not to dress entirely unlit during an interview. The interviewer will think you're detached, self-absorbed, and posses a cold heart.

Orange hues are healing and it gives energy. Blue is immortal land light green is joyful!

Natural sunlight is the mother of all healing, where every combination of the color spectrum is felt. Allowing a significant amount of daylight into your home will give you an affinity with the common environment. It'll keep you in a positive mood and cheer your spirit without any effort on your part.

When nighttime falls it's best to sleep in a dark room with the light of the moon shining through a small window opening.

Green signifies new life.
Green signifies new life. | Source
Blue emulates trust.
Blue emulates trust. | Source
Red is affectionate.
Red is affectionate. | Source
Clear reflects all colors, it is not just one color!
Clear reflects all colors, it is not just one color! | Source

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    Sheila Craan 

    7 years ago from Florida

    Thank you Acaetnna! We each emit a certain color that is intuitive to our being. This is why we are attracted to certain colors based on our innate color spectrum.

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    acaetnna 

    7 years ago from Guildford

    Colours are wonderful and certain colours affect different emotions. I loved the video and found it really helpful.

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    Sheila Craan 

    7 years ago from Florida

    I like your idiom "color power" Joshua! Color does fend off positive or negative energy. Imagine sleeping or living in a black or gray painted room, a depressed feeling will be creeping all over you. Thanks for stopping by.

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    Joshua526 

    7 years ago

    I encountered this concept a long time ago, but now it is more convincing. Color power!

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    Sheila Craan 

    7 years ago from Florida

    Thank you KoffeeKlatch Gals! I enjoy wearing a flamboyant red dress when attending certain dinner parties. The hot red color makes me feel more attractive when I get admiring glances for being conspicuous.

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    Susan Hazelton 

    7 years ago from Sunny Florida

    Colors absolutely affect our daily lives and moods. Red is a powerful color while green is serene. Using color to set a mood is the smart thing to do. Great research and wonderful hub.

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    Sheila Craan 

    7 years ago from Florida

    Colors do positively affect our emotions and intellect. I am very happy you liked this hub. Thanks for your insightful comment!

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    G Maria 

    7 years ago from Philippines

    Wow, no wonder colors really make our lives exciting! Thanks for the info! I myself love different colors in my clothes, my stuff and even things around the house.

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