Have you ever thought that colours may bring happiness to your life? Just look around your house. Learn how to improve it.
Most people will tell you that green is good for your eyes, but also associated with inexperience or jealousy. You might even have your own, unique system of meanings for each colour, depending on your life experience. But even then many people forget about one important thing. You might feel happy wearing clothes in a given colour or other people tell you that the colour suits you.
Let’s do a simple test. Just answer the following questions:
- What do you think seeing the sky which is blue?
- How do you feel when a beautiful rainbow appears after heavy shower?
- Wwhat is your mood seeing everything gray outside?
Most people reading these questions will answer that blue sky is something positive while the grey one makes them depressed. The rainbow is seen as beautiful and amazing. Is it the same in your case? If not, you might understand the happiness implied by colours by a different way and this is ok.
Some people might follow their intuition. You can also see that your friends follow the latest fashion trends, buying furniture or painting their rooms according to the designers’ suggestions. There are also people who use Feng Shui for arranging their house or even buying own clothes.
However There is one more aspect which defines your colour of happiness. Answer these questions:
- When do you feel happy, seeing the blue sky?
- Is there any moment when the blue sky might annoy you?
Here is the trap. As Albert Einstein said “Nothing is absolute – all is relevant”. Hence even the most beautiful sky will annoy you when you cannot enjoy the nice weather or the sunlight irritates your eyes.
According to which rules do you choose the colours of your clothes or environment?
Achieve succss. Check your own preferences. Which colour inspires you the most. Make use if its power and challenge the toughest task in your today’s agenda.
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