By using as many colors as we can in our daily lives! It’s true!
The colors of the clothes you wear influences you and those around you. Many times, we tend to wear the colors we need the least. For instance, when you are depressed, wearing black or grey will feed your depression, whereas yellow and orange would cheer you up! It might feel strange or difficult for some to colors that you’re not used to wearing, but try it anyway – even just as socks or underwear.
Why do colors have such a powerful influence on us? Because colors correspond to the Chakras (energy centers). When a Chakra is out of balance, we can stimulate it with the associated color to raise its vibration and restore balance in the system.
Be creative with your color choices. One good way to experiment with colors in is home decor. You don’t have to paint your walls – just add accessories that can be changed as needed.
For example, if you need grounding, get a red candle, some red art, or red roses. For creativity, add a bowl of oranges to your work area. Add yellow accessories or sunflowers if you need to lighten your attitude, or if you need more confidence. Having problems with relationships? Add green plants, decorative green grasses or bamboo. Add a blue poster, painting, curtains or even a piece of furniture to stimulate your ability to communicate and express yourself.
The Bottom Line: Colors affect our moods, emotions and behaviors. Adding colors creates balance.
Ask: What are some ways in which I can add colors to my life today?
Affirm: I allow the colors of the rainbow to add balance to my life.
Michal Spiegelman of Balanced Moments successfully helps people worldwide create balance and fulfillment in their lives. As a Life Coach, Michal helps people stretch, get out of their comfort zones, grow and achieve. She holds a degree in social work and has 15 years of experience as an Energy Healer. Michal is a trained facilitator and mentor of the Hoffman Institute, a world-renowned leader in personal development. She is a Certified Professional Life Coach (CPC) trained by the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC).