Your surroundings, your mood, you and but you. Here the post about colors and how you for some reasons need to seek these colors and in contrast avoids those colors. You maybe already did this when eg: choosing colors for the walls of your home, choosing your holiday at the seaside or along the beaches, or maybe having just a simple candle light dinner when you are in mood. These actions already show your basic understanding about colors, no matter if you did that on purpose of knowing or just to please your eyes. You may already or may not realize about that, but colors do affecting you (and other people as well).
1. The Spectrum of Moods
At one end of the spectrum they are cold, impersonal, antispectic colors. At the other end the cool colors are comforting and nurturing. Blue, green, and the neutrals white, gray, and silver are examples of cool colors.
2. People Do Subjected to Visual Colors
Blue and green are two well-known colors that many believes (yes, been scientifically proved) have the calming effect on the eyes of viewers. These life sustaining duo really been the most in need, and that is the reason why most motivational facilities, rehab center or your rest house situated along the seaside, beaches or inside the deep greenwood areas.
It is not the colors, but you who behave in relations to your colors. Hence, it is best to choose your place well based on your current mood swing. If you are in an intense mood, perhaps the bad place is when you made your anger-self available at those very bright colored environment. Say no then to stressful colors eg: red because red may increase your blood pressure, increase your breathing rates, and also can cause more sweat on your palm as did the frequency of eye blinks.
Color with longer wavelenght however can produce a calming effect. Colors like blue, may drop your blood pressure a bit, as did to your sweating and eye blinks.
3. So Here Is Your Color Guide
- Shorter wavelenght color: including red light, yellow and orange hype us.
- Longer wavelenght color: cooler colors eg: blue, purple, green calm us down.
4. Perfect Color for Every Mood
- If you feel lazy, make your room brighter, and at best be at the red wall's room.
- If you feel sick, your body need rest, dim the light a bit, and perhaps present yourself on green environment may help.
- If you want to free yourself/meditate, use white (or green, or blue) as white may clear your thought and keep you happily going.
- If you are sad, avoid dark room and darker colors eg: brown or black as these colors may crash you deeper.
All about the wavelength and brightness, so next time when you feel nobody there to help you coping with your inner feelings, the surroundings (colors) are always there happy to help. You just need to seek, avoid or change it based on your current mood, or maybe now knowing what to do with colors to calm, drive(motivate) or cheer you. Change colors means change you, from the inner side to the physical results (either for worse or better).