Effects of Color on Mind
Colours have effects on our minds and lives at all levels. In color therapy, various shades are used specifically for the regeneration of organs and glands, as well as for the activation of excretory, respiratory and circulatory processes. Colours also affect our mood and all kinds of mental activity.
- Red stimulates blood circulation, warms and relaxes, but can also cause aggression.
- Orange improves the atmosphere, promotes lightness, stimulates sexuality, but can also stimulate superficiality.
- Yellow stimulates digestion, alerts us mentally and makes life look bright, but it can also be invasive.
- Green usually calms down; it regenerates at all levels and makes us start something new;
- Blue also calms down, but this calm continues and gives a sense of security. it transmits protection and symbolizes the silent desire of the incomprehensible;
- Purple is the colour of transformation, change and spirituality.
- Brown is the colour of stability and the connection to the earth, but too much can lead to stagnation.
DISCOVERING THE MUDRA CONCEPT
• White covers the full range of other colours, including birth and death.
• Black is the color of protection, strength, recoil and emptiness that is already full of abundance. Many teenagers like to wear black because they are at the beginning of a new period of life. Too much black weakens the body, saddens us and promotes pessimism. Basically, there are no “bad” colours, but it is important to use the correct proportions.
Any colour can also be seen in our aura or energy body. When a colour dominates or is out of place, it initially affects the general well-being. Over time, health problems may arise.
Effects of colour and mudras
The course of the disease can also be reversed in colour. It would be beyond the scope of this post to cover the entire spectrum of colours used for healing. The following suggestions can help you make good and beautiful experiences with colour meditations. If you prefer a specific colour, you may need the right properties. However, giving too much priority to colour can make you addictive and the colour can hurt you. While holding a mudra, you can visualize a colour or focus on the colour of an object.
The first approach is preferable because the colour is animated, which means that you can imagine that it is dark or light, opaque or bright, associated with shapes or currents, etc. Forest, because you can regenerate better without having time for it.
You can imagine a very green forest and enjoy your thoughts totally in the green of the leaves. It will update you internally. These visualizations have been used successfully for a long time, and the images of exuberant landscapes are being installed specifically in many hospitals to facilitate the healing process. Test it!