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Colour Astrology

Your Favourite Colour 
RED

If your natural choice is the colour red, you are the outgoing type. You not only act on impulse, but you are prone to abrupt mood swings. You have a lot of compassion for fellow human beings and can be easily persuaded. Though you have an optimistic approach to life, you don't hesitate to grumble and complain as well. Your spontaneous nature is assertive, you freely voice your opinions. You have a strong sex drive and are likely to end up having extra-marital affairs, unless your strong sense of duty restrains you from indulging in wild fantasies.

GREEN

Preference for the colour green shows that you are a dutiful citizen. You are not only aware but also sensitive to social customs, and bear a good name in your community. Your choice also indicates your honesty and straightforwardness. You have a normal sex drive and are very emotionally attached to your family. You have the potential to be an excellent teacher.

PURPLE

If your choice is purple, then you are intelligent and quick-witted. You have a keen eye for detail, things which are normally overlooked by people. You are infuriated at the slightest provocation. You tend to be extremely effusive in your expressions of grief. You are a creative person and an egotist of sorts. You seem to possess a cultivated taste for the subtle in life, while recognizing the magnificent.

BROWN

A personal choice of the colour brown implies that you are meticulous when it comes to work, thrifty when it comes to money, and adamant in your beliefs. You are a very reliable and composed person, not impulsive at all. You can rival a seasoned horse trader in your talent for striking the best bargain.

ORANGE

The choice of this colour shows that you are basically good-natured and loyal. You are sociable but at the same time you tend to be swayed by the opinions of other people. You are a generous soul, sincere at heart. Your gestures are friendly, and inspired by goodwill. More often than not, you are overtaken by feelings of wanton elation.

BLUE

If your personal colour is blue, you are introspective and purposeful by nature. You hold conservative beliefs and under stressful conditions, prefer to withdraw into gentler surroundings. You seem to have a lot of control over your passions and desires, but are sensitive to the needs and feelings of others, nonetheless. You are a loyal friend and would prefer to lead a sober life.

YELLOW

If you have preference for yellow, it shows that you have a vivid imagination and lots of nervous energy. Your thoughts are clear and well organised. You do harbour a need to help the world, but you won't get the dirt under your fingernails doing that. Deep down you are a shy person and a loner; perhaps that's what makes you a reliable friend. You may not show it, but you would actually love to be respected and admired for your prudence.

Colour Characteristics 

RED

  • Red, having the slowest vibration, acts on the emotions quicker than any other colour.
  • It is, almost universally, the colour of passion and warmth but in its deeper shade of scarlet, red can instigate the beast in man.
  • It stands for all the vigour and excitement in life, and induces feelings of strength and vitality in a person.
  • The unfavourable influence of red can trigger off strong emotions, not only of fear and anger but also of irrepressible lust.
  • In its crimson shade, the colour denotes the painful aspects of life, whereas the pink shade evokes maternal affection.
  • Red can be used in treating irregularities in blood circulation, but it is not very conducive to people who suffer from mental maladies.

GREEN

  • The various shades of green are the joyous colours of nature.
  • Green is the invigorating touch, especially for those suffering from mental fatigue.
  • Green represents jealousy in its negative aspect, with darker shades tending to be extremely depressing.
  • While yellow-green stimulates generous feelings, spring green heralds new life.

VIOLET

  • Violet being the fastest vibration in the spectrum is also the quickest one to disappear.
  • Traditionally a symbol of regal splendour and spiritual authority, violet is associated with wealth and fecundity.
  • Violet, in its positive aspect, appeals to the higher faculties of man - mastery over ones' self, search for truth and creativity.
  • If violet stands for honour on the one hand, it can also denote deceiton the other, and one can easily be taken in by its pretence.

BROWN

  • Resembling the colour of Mother Earth, the strongest assertion of brown is in its relationship with fertility.
  • It is a very heavy colour and should be avoided for draperies and dress.
  • Brown is totally out of favour with the vital force of life, abhors the opposite sex and signifies decadence.
  • Interestingly, this dull shade is also thought of as representing the plane from which beauty is born, and thus serves as an excellent backdrop for art objects.

WHITE

  • White, being the perfect blend of all the colours of the spectrum, is the touchstone of purity and harmony.
  • It is averse to all the lowly traits in man - malice, deceit, envy and violence, and always favours the revelation of truth.

BLUE

  • Majestic blue is the colour of heavenly consciousness, of truth and cosmic harmony.
  • Blue evokes a sense of sublime calm, and as opposed to red, it tends to quieten passion.
  • Soft blue clothing, besides preventing a tan in women, can arouse the protective instinct in men.
  • Blue and green when combined can favour a prolific outburst of creativity.
  • Too much of blue on the other hand could be a depressing influence.

YELLOW

  • Primarily a cheerful colour, yellow brightens up the room and signifies wisdom and jubilation.
  • Golden yellow, which stands for peace, compassion and creativity, inspires spiritual elevation.
  • In its negative aspect, exposure to very bright yellow can lead to an over stimulation of the psyche which could then have disastrous consequences.
  • Yellow fruits and vegetables generally act as laxatives to the bowel and also soothe the nerves.

INDIGO

  • Indigo partakes of both blue and violet, and represents a combination of disciplined rationality and creative intuition.
  • It resembles, not only the duality of the human metabolic process, but also the natural law of growth and change.
  • Fruitless endeavours and consequent stagnation represent some of the unfavourable aspects of indigo.
  • Indigo acts as the threshold of success that comes after a period of failure, and in that it represents the healing crisis of the natural healing art.

ORANGE

  • Orange is a strong stimulant for ambition, and also motivates ones' creative pursuits.
  • It not only engenders a sense of self-esteem but also fosters a sense of preservation of fellow creatures.
  • Prolonged exposure to orange can be a cause of restlessness and nervous breakdown.
  • Orange, being the colour of many fruits and vegetables, stands for nourishment and also represents the attractive force between elements.

BLACK

  • The most obvious aspect of the colour black is the absence of light.
  • Black, the colour of the shroud, has traditionally been associated with death and bereavement.
  • Since black absorbs a lot of energy too much of proximity to black can drain a person of his/her vitality.
  • Black inevitably invokes the dark desires that lurk beneath the surface prompting people to commit the worst crimes.

Physiological Effects

RED

When a person is exposed to red, the pituitary, an endocrine gland, is activated. On receiving a signal from the pituitary, the adrenal gland in turn secretes adrenalin. It is this adrenalin that flows into the blood stream and triggers off the whole range of physiological activity listed below. Of course the time within which they manifest depends on the individual's level of physiological equilibrium:

  • The blood pressure increases.
  • The pulse rate increases as a result of higher blood flow.
  • The respiratory rate picks up.
  • The autonomic nervous system starts functioning and the reactions become involuntary.
  • The taste buds become more responsive.
  • The appetite improves.
  • The sense of smell is intensified.
  • Men are drawn towards yellow-based reds but females find blue-based reds more attractive.

GREEN

Since different shades of green arouse unfavourable reactions in many people, it is generally thought of as a classifier colour. Of course greens with more white and less yellow are found to have a wider appeal. The positive physiological effects of green are:

  • It facilitates the production of blood histamine, a compound found in almost all body tissues. Histamine performs the important functions of dilating the blood vessels and contracting smooth muscles like the lungs. It is also an important mediator of inflammation.
  • It reduces allergic reactions to foods and hypersensitivity to additives like monosodium glutamate.
  • It halts the release of histamine from mast cells and basophils, even under stimulation from antigens. It stabilizes the mast cells and basophils.
  • It is very effective in reducing the discomfort arising from ailments like eczema, diarrhoea and gastrointestinal problems.
  • The presence of green stimulates the release of vision chemicals that improve the eyesight. The reverse colour of exposed body tissue (which is mostly red) is surgical green, a shade, which facilitates the doctor's vision.

BROWN

The most environment friendly of all the colours, brown, inspires a sense of security. It induces a favourable atmosphere for carrying out daily activities. The positive presence of brown helps the body and the mind.

  • Diminishes mental depression by reducing feelings of fatigue and irritation.
  • Promotes the synthesis of serotonin, a neurotransmitter.
  • Stimulates the release of prostaglandin E, a hormone-like substance, in the tissues and body fluids. This in turn plays an important role in the functioning of the womb, brain, lungs, kidney and semen.
  • Increases the production of tryptophan amino acid that affects sleep, migraine headaches and immunity levels.

ORANGE

According to The Wagner Institute for Colour Research, Santa Barbara, colours can be of two types: a classifying colour that 'holds position' and thus appeals to a few people; and a declassifying colour that alters its position in order to increase its appeal to more people. The status of orange, being a blend of red and yellow, would thus depend on its varying shades of light and dark. As a classifier, orange is of immense importance to a person who intends to make a buying decision. Orange induces the following physiological effects:

  • The appestat elevates and the appetite improves.
  • Induces sleep.
  • The rate of blood flow decreases.
  • When fused with blue, orange induces a feeling of tranquillity.

BLUE

Blue is the most soothing of all the colours. The presence of blue stimulates the brain to release eleven neurotransmitters, which are hormones that induce a calming effect on the body, manifest through:

  • Slowing down of the pulse rate, accompanied by deep breathing.
  • Reducing the levels of perspiration and a lowering of body temperature.
  • An absence of the fight or flight response induced by yellow.
  • Presence of blue in food would induce an abrupt termination of appetite.

YELLOW

Yellow being a declassifying colour, appeals to a large number of people and its effects on the body are as follows:

  • Yellow is the most complex colour for the human brain to process but it is also the most prominent colour that we can see. The presence of yellow, more than other colours, affords us the quickest vision of an object.
  • Yellow in nature, when combined with black elicits a guarded response, inherent in humans.
  • Yellow evokes a brief response from a person under stress and adds to it by preparing him/ her to face it or flee from it.
  • Children, who are kept in rooms painted yellow, tend to cry more often.
  • Many people suffer from frequent allergic reactions when exposed to yellow surroundings.
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