The Color Gray
Gray is the true neutral color. Its energy imparts void, emptiness, lack of movement, emotion, warmth and
identifying characteristics. Because of this, gray can be restful. It has a detached and isolated feeling. Gray
can have a cooling effect when placed next to other more vibrant colors. It has a stabilizing effect, making
vibrant colors stand out while muting their vibration.
Gray is the color of sorrow. People who favor gray can be the lone wolf type or narrow-minded. Gray with
more silver in it can be a very active color.
Native Americans associate gray with friendship. Gray is the symbol for security, maturity and dependability.
It connotes responsibility and conservative practicality.
Put some gray in your life when you want:
* to emphasize your willingness to comply
* a neutral, non-invasive feeling
* to reduce the intense energy of another color
* to feel detached or isolated
Gray clothing suggests efficiency and is often used for this in the business world. Gray can also suggest
lack of imagination, so should be used carefully. Gray will emphasize neutrality. Too much gray, or the
wrong shades will suggest lack of character, initiative and detachment. Add a hint of another color to
gray clothing to express efficiency with personality.
Not many people list gray as a favorite color, and those who do tend to be reserved, cool people;
unwilling to expose themselves or to have obligations. Grey can be refined and tactful. Very neutral and
indifferent, non-expressive. It can be deliberate, but also lifeless, fixed, depressed and apathic.
Not loving gray:
A personwho has an aversion to grey may prefers to be straight to the point, no time for political and
tactical attitudes. Demands clarity, a knowing where one stands.
Gray gem stones:
Gray gemstones are healing stones and can assist in improving relationships toward more stability.