Colours & Emotion For December 2018

Colours and Emotions
  1. Colours add a visual representation to an invisible quality. They help us reveal our innermost emotions and thoughts. They are often used as metaphors for moods, but no one has systematically researched colour association. A study has found that people with depression or anxiety are more likely to associate their mood with the colour gray, while happier people pick yellow. It has also been revealed that the shade of the colour is more important than the colour itself. Studies and experiments have shown that colour choices can reveal patients' attitudes and foretell how well they will respond to treatments such as hypnosis.

  2. As per research, majority of our dreams are in colour. Why people feel that the dreams are colourless is because of recall. An element of colour recall may be theemotional intensity of the dream or the coloured imagery. There is an emotional significance associated with specific dream colours that we recall. This mayexplain why our brain assignsspecificcolours to dream objects. Example: Dreaming of a blue car that you fancy.When dreaming, colour is based totally oninternal stimuli, which may come from various sources with associations that areof psychological importance to the dream as well as the dreamer. Paying attention to the colourof a dream image can reveal crucial information thatwould be lost if we considered colour unimportant in dream studies. In a nutshell, dream adds emotional “colour” to the image.

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Colours & Fashion For December 2018

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Who said you have to don only tropical prints, Aztec, floral or solid colours when it comes to fashion? Did you know that colourful fruits and fashion go together like strawberries and bananas!

Now you can show off your favourite fruits on your sleeves, literally! And if that’s a little too much for you, you can flaunt them in your accessories such as purses, bags, totes, watches, scarves, headbands, earrings, socks and footwear. When it comes to fruity fashion, you are really spoilt for choice. Add a burst of colour with these playful fruity motifs toyour outfit and make heads turn. Have you tried them yet?

 

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There can't be a better language for emotions than colours, click here to explore.

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Colours & Gems For December 2018

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  1. Nephrite
    Take a look at this gemstone. Looks interesting, doesn’t it? It is called Nephrite, which is one of the two different mineral types more commonly known as a form of Jade. It is made of calcium, magnesium, sodium, aluminum and iron. Its dark green variety is called “spinach jade” and is usually opaque to translucent. It is available in red, yellow, brown, gray, white and black colours too. This gem is considered for the 12th wedding anniversary of a married couple. Asian artisans have used this gem for over a thousand of years to create intricate carved objects and jewellery. The gem is believed to increase the energy and lifespan of its wearer.

  2. Spessartite
    Here’s a sneak peak of a beautiful gem called Spessartite aka Spessartine. It is derived from Spessart in Germany.Spessartites occur in three basic types. There are the light and bright stones, which come from Nigeria, Ramona (CA) and the deeper reddish orange stones that come from Nigeria. Then there are the wonderful tangerine orange “mandarin” garnets that come from Namibia. This rare gem is highly sought after as a jewellery stone and is popular for its eye-catching colour, brilliance as well as its hardness. It is believed to be a talisman of protection. Known as the Stone of Whole Harmony, it encourages deep healing.

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Colours & Nature For December 2018

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  1. Hooded Pitohui
    Let’s introduce you to this bird. It is called the Hooded Pitohui. Doesn’t it look beautiful? But wait… did you know that this bird is one of the world’s only toxic birds? The Hooded Pitohui gets its poison from part of its diet, which is theChoresine beetle of the Melyridae family. It is a species of bird in the genus Pitohui found in New Guinea. It has black feathers on its head and a red or an orange belly. The bright colours of the Hooded Pitohui, along with a strong odour that it emits, are meant to keep away the predators.

  2. Gecko Phelsuma
    Say hello to this fascinating creature. It is known as Gecko Phelsuma. Its name is as interesting as its personality. It possesses jewel-tone colours and has an equally interesting personality to complement it. It has a large fleshy body, deep-emerald-green colours, orange-to-red lateral spotting and a distinct red stripe from nostril to eye, which makes for a visual treat. It has an irresistible allure and has earned the title of the king of day geckos. Fun fact: Giant day geckos are sun-lovers and love basking under the light.

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