Blue is the only color which maintains its own character in all its tones…
Aqua: is the color of high ideals.
Azure blue: A color of true contentment, azure inspires determination and ambition to achieve great things, a sense of purpose in striving for goals.
Dark blue: This is the color of truth and moderation. Dark blue is the color of conservatism and responsibility. Although it appears to be cool, calm and collected, it is the color of the non-emotional worrier with repressed feelings, the pessimist and the hypocrite. Dark blue can be compassionate but has trouble showing it as its emotions run deep. Dark blue is a serious masculine color representing knowledge, power, and integrity, and is used quite often in the corporate world.
Indigo: is a great purifier of the bloodstream and also benefits mental problems. It is a freeing and purifying agent. Indigo combines the deep blue of devotion with a trace of stabilizing and objective red. Indigo is cool, electric, and astringent. Indigo links with and stimulates the brow chakra (third eye) and controls the pineal gland. It governs both physical and spiritual perception.It can be of great assistance in dealing with ailments of the eyes and ears.
Midnight blue: This color has a sedative effect that promotes meditation and intuition.
Navy blue: Navy blue can be associated with restrictive environments. It has much of the same effect as a dark blue.
Pale blue: Pale blue inspires creativity and the freedom to break free.
Sky blue: One of the calmest colors, sky blue inspires selfless love and fidelity. It is non-threatening and promotes a helpful nature that can overcome all obstacles. It is the universal healer.
Turquoise: is the symbol of youth, both the color and the gemstone. This color has a soothing affect. Turquoise is the color of communication. It contains the growth quality of green with the blue quality of communication. Turquoise has long been used in amulets to provide protection, health, confidence and strength. Increases intuition and sensitivity. Works disinfecting and antiseptic. Tones the general system. Builds the skin. Relaxes sensations of stress.
Note: This post was compiled by Shirley Twofeathers for Color Therapy, you may repost and share without karmic repercussions, but only if you give me credit and a link back to this website. Blessed be.
Aqua: Closer to green than blue, aqua is refreshing and uplifting. It is creative and light-hearted, yet strong and individual.
Aquamarine: Enhancing creativity and inspiration, the color aquamarine calms and balances the mind and the emotions. May indicate a sedentary person, a bit lazy, who may spends a bit too much time meditating.
Teal: A more sophisticated version of turquoise, teal signifies trustworthiness and reliability. It promotes spiritual advancement and commitment.
Blue Green: Indicates a dreamy person, emotional, thinker rather than a doer, insight, someone with the perception who sees possibilities. They mean well but may presume to know what is right for everyone else.
They’ll sell you thousands of greens. Veronese green and emerald green and cadmium green and any sort of green you like, but that particular green, never. ~Pablo Picasso
Olive green: speaks of new beginnings, hope and peace. It is the traditional color of peace, “offering an olive branch.” There is, however, an element in this color that suggests treachery and deceit, blaming others for its problems..
Light green: This is a soul spirit color that arouses a heightened awareness of our finer nature, our pure goodness, generosity, attuning to our goodness on the outside. Light green takes us deeper within ourselves showing us the perfection and light that we have always been and always will be. We discover that we are fine just the way we are!
Lime Green: Lime green inspires youthfulness, naivety and playfulness; it is liked the most by younger people. It creates a feeling of anticipation, and helps clear the mind of negativity.
Dark Green: There is a degree of resentment in dark green. Often used by wealthy businessmen, ambitious and always striving for more wealth, dark green signifies greed and selfish desire. “Green with envy” is the recognition of this. “Green around the gills” is another expression indicating an upset condition, an approaching illness, the result of fear, or a case of biliousness.
Pale green: As the color of new growth on plants, it indicates immaturity, youthfulness and inexperience. It allows us to see things from a new perspective, to make a fresh start
Emerald green: This is an inspiring and uplifting color suggesting abundance and wealth in all its forms, from material wellbeing, to creative ideas.
Jade green: The color of trust and confidentiality, tact and diplomacy, jade green indicates a generosity of spirit, giving without expecting anything in return. It increases worldly wisdom and understanding, assisting in the search for enlightenment.
Aqua: Aqua calms the spirit, offering protection and healing for the emotions.
Yellow green: This color green suggests cowardice, conflict and fear.
Grass green: Grass green is the color of money. It is self-confident and secure, natural and healthy, occurring in abundance in nature.
Note: This post was compiled by Shirley Twofeathers for Color Therapy, you may repost and share without karmic repercussions, but only if you give me credit and a link back to this website. Bright Blessings.
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