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Achieve Goals with Color Therapy

Updated on October 21, 2014
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Accomplish Goals Through Color Visualization

Visualize goals in color to gain personal achievement. Positive colors affect our mood, energy and success. Color therapy has been used for years. Colors can make us feel optimistic, calm or sexy. It is not a proven science. Big corporations have studied the psychological value of colors and used it to their advantage. McDonald's uses the colors of red and yellow. The right mix of these colors can stimulate our appetites, making us feel hungry and entices us to buy more.

Goal setting with the visualization of color may help us gain better success in our achievements

Goal Setting Healing with Colors - Bring in Some Color

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Heal Thyself with Colors and Set the Goals

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Color Therapy with Goals Restore Balance

Color therapy uses techniques of restoring balance to the body through the use of color. Colors help harmonize the body's energy fields. Feel stronger, more energetic, more balanced, less stressed, more empowered with understanding the healing powers.

A spectrum of different wavelengths called vibrational frequencies from white light that is reflected. This frequency gives off a rainbow range of colors, starting with red on one end to blue on the other. These are the colors that we are all familiar with. In color therapy or chromatherapy, different colors are used for healing the imbalance of our bodies.

An example of how colors work with fitness:

When working out with yoga and relaxing exercises, the color of the room tend to be a cool color of blue, green or purple to give a calming effect on our bodies and mood. Warm colors are used for weights and strenuous exercises. These colors include orange, yellow and red.

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Visualize Goals with Color and Positive Thinking

Combine goal setting and positive thinking to colors for maximum achievement.

True success must be visualized in a positive way. Clear our mind of all negativity. Reading a book on goal setting and positive thinking is a good start in the right direction. Attract your life to things you do want. Start with step-by-step goals and work up for greater achievement. Add a splash of color to enhance the effect.

Setting goals and sticking with them is not always easy. First we need to set aside some private time where there is no interference from the TV, a dog barking, children or our work. Start writing realistic goals in baby steps. Take more steps each time.

Begin with a plan of action on how these goals will be achieved. Write each goal out. Exclude the words "I will" or "I want." These words represent things that have not yet happened. Envision your goal as something already achieved with positive affirmations.

1. I lost five pounds by the end of the week on (this date).

2. I exercise with two 30 minute workouts everyday.

3. I have eliminated extra sugar and salt to my food.

Envision a color that is soothing, calm and energetic. Add a color that will help you achieve your goal, then highlight your written goal and post it on your refrigerator. In color therapy, different colors have different meanings. Green is the color of health. Green could stimulate your brain into eating more leafy vegetables. Remember that all goals need to be broken down in how you plan to work on it. How are you going to get more fit? What exercises will you be doing?

This same Plan of Action can be applied to any goal. Independent wealth, trip to Hawaii, physical and emotional health or writing a book can be part of your resolution for this year.

Healing with Colors & Positive Affirmations

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Time Exposure of a Spinning Color Wheel in a Shop Wall Mural - 36 Inches W x 24 Inches H - Peel and Stick Removable Graphic

Heal with Colors

The theory of color therapy dates back to a physician and scholar, Avicenna (c. 980 - 1037), who viewed colors to be an effective treatment. Avicenna discussed color therapy (also known as chromotherapy) in his book "The Canon of Medicine.

Getting Fit with Positive Affirmations

It is not as easy as it sounds. First you need to change you way of thinking. Release you negative energies. Gain positive thoughts. A positive mind releases positive energy. Set some time out for yourself and write down your affirmations on paper.

Positive Meaning of Colors

Positive Meaning of Colors

Some colors have positive and negative aspects. For instance: black can mean success, it can also be associated with depression. Below are the positive meanings of these colors.

Red: love, emotions, excitement, stimulates appetite

Blue: trustworthy, calm, carefree, subdue, productive

Yellow: happiness, stimulating, positive energy, attention

Green: self-control, soothes, peaceful, fertility

Purple: royalty, creative, spirituality, wealth

Brown: stable, natural, orderliness, wholesomeness

Orange: activity, stimulates appetite, socialization, energy

Black: power, success, sense of potential, strong

White: clear clutter, alert, pure, fresh start

Continue to My Goals with Color

© 2011 Sandy Mertens

Can You Visualizing Your Goals in Color? - Have You Set Any Goals?

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    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      4 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Thanks. Nadine. This type of therapy has always interested me.

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      Nadine May 

      4 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      What a lovely hub. Your information reminded me of my art therapy doodling workbook on The Language of Light

    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      MelRootsNWrites I found it beneficial when I did do it. Like everything else, you need to stick with it.

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      Melody Lassalle 

      6 years ago from California

      I've read up a bit on color therapy for healing. However, I've never heard it applied to setting or achieving goals. It's an interesting concept.

    • SandyMertens profile imageAUTHOR

      Sandy Mertens 

      6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      RaintreeAnnie Good point. I am still working on achieving it.

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      6 years ago from UK

      I am sure colour has an effect on my mood. It is very interesting how you are saying you can use colour to achieve goals as well. I also agree that with using affirmations you need to say it or write in a way that you have already achieved it.

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      7 years ago

      @SacredCynWear: Feroze color and light blue and green light and green dark

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      8 years ago

      very interesting lens. :-)

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      8 years ago

      Colors are very important in our lives. In the same time they can tell so much about us...

    • norma-holt profile image


      8 years ago

      Colours affect the emotions and some are peaceful while others are hot and unnerving such as red is that to me, also black. My choice of best colours are blue and green. Nice lens, blessed.

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      8 years ago

      Colors are so powerful. Black is not a color I've ever thought about working with. Lots of good information here!

    • flycatcherrr profile image


      8 years ago

      Such a unique approach to setting goals - I'll be trying it this New Year's!

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      David Stone 

      9 years ago from New York City

      Hey, Sandy, just came back for the update. Decided to lensroll this to my "Best New Year's Resolution Ever," because it's such an ingenious approach.

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      sukkran trichy 

      9 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      new subject for me. well described article, book marked this page for my feature reference.

      thanks for sharing.

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      9 years ago

      I agree Sandy, the power of colors is very strong. Let me give you a strange example, I was once having an awful hectic day, I started cleaning, upon making my bed I covered it with a quilt with a plethora of colors, no palette or coordination. BRIGHT GREENS, brown, Yellows, reds, every color was there. As the day continued my mood got worse, especially when I was in the bedroom, I finally decided to put another blanket over the loud patterned one, and it was an instant mood fix.. lol!!

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      9 years ago

      I find it important to take time each morning to set my aura colour, which helps establish my attitude for the day. It didn't occur to me to associate colours with goals. I'm going to try that!

      You also made an excellent point about stating your goals as if you have already achieved them. That really does make a huge psychological difference.

      Thanks for the info. It's great!

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      9 years ago

      Hey, now here is a Lens I can learn form,

    • David Stone1 profile image

      David Stone 

      9 years ago from New York City

      I have to set my goals by the fifteenth, now that I'm a giant. I am going to lensroll your resolutions lens on my own (Becoming A Giant Squid.).

    • Tyla MacAllister profile image

      Tyla MacAllister 

      9 years ago

      I've always found color therapy to be be fascinating. I've never used it for goal setting,though. This is a whole new area to explore. Blessed by a squidangel.

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      Canela Ajena 

      9 years ago from Houston

      i'm going to look into this now

    • awakeningwellness profile image


      9 years ago

      Nice idea using color with your goals! I love working with color and have learned to bring in the color of light that I most need at any given time.

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      9 years ago

      Nice lens Sandy. It's great to take positive action. Thanks for the feature.

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      9 years ago

      I Like This Squidoo Lens Here, the Color breakdown is very helpful!! At the same time Blue is my Favorite color and has been since I was a kid, at the same time, it also describes my personality! How cool is that?!

      Thanks for sharing this one, I thoroughly enjoyed it!!!

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      9 years ago

      Color is life, Life is color.... Great lens! ZOLTAR69

    • DecoratingEvents profile image


      9 years ago

      Thanks for the definition of the colors. I knew a few but not all of them. I can see how adding the appropriate colors can help in achieving goals!


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