Colour

Colour

There are colours all around us, natural or created by humans. In what we seem in our food, clothing, objects we use, in the landscape which surrounds us, colour is everywhere.
We also emit colours (aura or bioenergy). Today there is the technology which can help us see which colours appear in one’s aura.

Colour can heal when you know how to use it. It boosts blood pressure, slows down appetite, relaxes or activates.
Colour is a dynamic form of communication when we know its symbolism. The colours we use for a product, a business card, a website or a logo impress and interact with the audience they are addressed to.

Colour is also a dynamic, revealing form of communication with our own selves. Perhaps we have a favourite colour, while another is our least favourite or for a period of time we tend to use more of the same colour which may not appeal to us after a while.

Colours are the result of sunlight.
Our ability to see colours is, at first, the result of interaction between the visible spectrum and the receptors of light in our eyes. Not everyone sees colours and there cases in which not everyone sees the same colour.
For some reasons, we analyse light in different colours and shades. Have you wondered that maybe the fact that we have this ability shows how important colours are for us?