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Color Psychology

Color Psychology

Do you know what colors symbolize and how they affect us? Whether you are talking about clothes, hair color, nail polish, apartment colors, the colors you choose matter. Skillful use of colors is a guarantee for success in many areas of human life.
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08 Dec.
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One color above all others is considered to be a universal antidepressant and will help make your wishes come true, as long as you have at least one possession of that color that you keep around you and see every day.
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29 June
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Yellow - a warming and energizing color, recommended for permanent fatigue, cold extremities, muscle spasms, difficult digestion, constipation, gases, stomach disorders, diabetes.
Symbolism and Meaning of the Color PinkSymbolism and Meaning of the Color Pink
07 Jan.
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Pink is one of those colors that has endless contradictory meanings. The color is a symbol of escapism from reality, a synonym of impracticality. Few people know that the color pink is actually a combination of red and white. . .
The Colors Around us Pinpoint our ProblemsThe Colors Around us Pinpoint our Problems
18 Aug.
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Every color around us radiates a certain energy, which tells us the direction in which we need to change our life and where to direct our energy.
Symbolism and Meaning of the Color WhiteSymbolism and Meaning of the Color White
17 Aug.
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What's intriguing is that the symbolism of the color white overlaps across nearly all religions and mythologies, constantly linked with purity, faith, goodness and justice.
Symbolism and Meaning of the Color BlackSymbolism and Meaning of the Color Black
07 July
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For the ancient Romans and Greeks, the color black was a symbol of mourning and death, for the Chinese - wisdom, while the Jews viewed it as gloomy. In Egypt and North Africa, this tone is a symbol of fertile soil and rain clouds.