The color of your walls, the color of your clothes, and even the color of your food can affect how you feel.
Can you feel it? The colors around you are changing.
The hue of your desk, the walls of your office, and even the clothing of your coworkers—all of these things can affect your mood and energy levels.
But why is that? How do colors affect us so strongly?
Color can stimulate our energy or dull our senses. Bright colors tend to be uplifting, while muted colors are usually more relaxing. One color can even seem repulsive to us, while another may be strongly appealing.
Colors influence us differently because they have different wavelengths and frequencies, and these affect different parts of the brain.
The color blue has a cooling effect, so it’s great for bedrooms or offices during the summer months when we want to cool off from the heat outside. Red, on the other hand, has a warming effect and can make you feel more alert, so it’s a good choice for kitchens or dining rooms in cold weather months when you don’t want to get too chilly while cooking dinner or eating at home with family members.
In addition, there are cultural differences in how we perceive color. For example, in Western society red symbolizes passion or anger; in Eastern culture, green represents fertility or growth.
Color therapy is the practice of using colors to affect our moods and energy levels. In order to understand how colors affect us, it’s important to understand how color works.
Empower Yourself. Heal Yourself
Colour has been investigated and used for more than 2000 years throughout history. Color therapy, which uses color to cultivate energy in the body, dates back to the ancient civilizations of Egypt, India, and China. Even though Western medicine does not formally recognize color therapy, medical professionals in the West are exploring and using light and color therapies to treat issues like seasonal affective disorder, depression, sleep disorders, and much more. With complementary therapies on the rise, the use of color and light therapies as adjunctive forms of treatment is becoming more common.
Color Therapy can be used to help with
- Will Power
- High/Low BP
- Any Organ Failure
- Digestion/Metabolism Problems
- Problems with Liver, Lungs, Kidneys, Heart, etc.
- Blood-Related Problems
- Speech Disorders