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The Color Pink

Pink is the color of universal love. Pink is a quiet color. Lovers of beauty favor pink. A pink carnation means
"I will never forget you". Pink provides feelings of caring, tenderness, self-worth and love, acceptance.

Pink is a combination of red and white. The quality of energy in pink is determined by how much red is
present. White is the potential for fullness, while red helps you to achieve that potential. Pink combines these

Deep shades of pink, such as magenta, have proved to be extremely effective in neutralizing disorder and
violence, such as in prisons and police cells. In places such as these, a limited exposure to pink light rapidly
defuses aggressive attitudes and behavior. These deeper shades of pink can also help to improve self-
confidence and assertiveness, while pink's paler shades are more protective, promoting peace and being
supportive of self-acceptance and feelings of self-worth.

Healing properties:
*  Heals grief and sadness.
*  Restores youthfulness.
*  Brings you in contact with your feelings.

Put some pink in your life when you want:
*  calm feelings
*  to neutralize disorder
*  relaxation
*  acceptance, contentment

Wearing Pink
Wear pink when you want to present yourself as a peaceful, calm person who is not threatening. The
softer shades are very feminine and darker shades will alleviate feelings of friction.

Using pink:
In any aggressive or threatening situation, or where there are simple misunderstandings leading to anger,
visualizing pink around everyone can help to calm the mood and reduce tension.

Loving pink:
If pink is your favorite color, you are loving, kind, generous and sensitive to the needs of others. You are
friendly and approachable with a warmth and softness others are drawn to. You are the nurturers of the
world - you love to give nurturing and to receive nurturing in return.

Not loving pink:
A person who has an aversion to pink may have a challenge with expressing soft, tender, female side.

Variations of the Color Pink:

Blush: Similar to skin color, this very pale pink has sensual and sexual connotations. It is non-threatening
but lacks passion and energy.

Rose Pink: This is the pink of universal love and unity. It is mature, feminine and intuitive.

Salmon Pink: There is a touch of orange in salmon pink. It encourages the flirt, and can be a sign of the
timid lover, all talk and no play.

Orchid: This is an unusual lavender-pink and relates to the unconventional and the individual doing his or
her own thing. It is the non conformist.

Fuchsia: A blend of deep pink and blue, fuchsia inspires confidence, assurance and maturity, a more
responsible and controlled nurturing and love.

Hot Pink: Hot pink inspires a more passionate, playful and sensual love. It exudes warmth and happiness
and a love of life.
The color pink is named after the flowers called pinks, flowering plants in the genus Dianthus. The name derives from the frilled edge of the flowers-the verb "to pink" dates from the 14th century and means "to decorate with a perforated or punched pattern" (possibly from German "pinken" = to peck).

The verb sense of the word "pink" continues to be used today in the name of the hand tool known as pinking shears.
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