Colours & Emotion For January 2015

Colours & Emotion
  1. The next time you feel slouchy and your spirits are down, do not pick up that dull sweater or shirt over your jeans. This advice surprisingly is not to improve your fashion sense but to improve your mood! It is a well known fact that colours affect our mood; so the next time you are feeling down, put on those bright skirts and jewellery, which will help in boosting your mood, along with making you look great. Make sure to try this tip, as the bright colours will not only make others take notice of you but also make you feel good about yourself.

     

  2. Colours occur most abundantly in nature and their attributes can be traced back to what they represent in nature. For example, the colour green, which is the colour of vegetation, is rightly associated with growth and fertility. Whereas the colour blue, which is the colour of the sky and the seas, is associated with being calm and cool, just like the water it represents. Similarly, the colour red, which is also a colour of the Sun, is associated with energy, fire and passion just like the fiery Sun.

     

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Colours & Fashion For January 2015

Colours & Fashion

Dressing up fashionably for winters is thankfully not rocket science but here are a few pointers you need to keep in mind this winter to stand out from the rest. We list out a few items and all you need to do is ensure that you stock up on these. The first thing on the list to combat dull, grey winters is feather earrings in bright colours, the next being pretty floral prints in all their forms. Spring may be far but that is no reason to shun pretty florals. Two things to be kept in mind while winter dressing; stick to the colour nude which can immediately up your glam factor and last but not the least, an item that you definitely need in your wardrobe is a cape which is ruling the fashion scene right now.

 

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Colours & Gems For January 2015

Colours & Gems
  1. Amethyst is a beautiful and precious gemstone but there is much more to this gemstone than what meets the eye. It is not only beautiful to look at but is also considered to be spiritually helpful. Amethyst is known to expand the consciousness of the soul and help in bringing out the spiritual side of a person. It does so by aiding the soul to become powerful enough to control the mind of an individual. This gemstone is also said to be beneficial in ensuring a good night's sleep or having pleasant dreams for those who suffer from nightmares.

  2. Gemstones can be a great source for the process of healing a variety of ailments and this has also been proven by research. The cosmic rays from gems are capable of curing certain diseases and we have compiled a concise list here for you. For those who regularly suffer from acidity, digestive disorders and high blood pressure, emerald is a very beneficial gemstone. Red coral is helpful in curing constipation, piles, common cold or bronchitis, while moonstone has the power to help patients suffering from insomnia. Asthma can find a friend in blue sapphire, whereas in case of a weak heart or heart diseases, it is advisable to wear a ruby.

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Colours & Nature For January 2015

Colours & Nature
  1. Butterflies are one of the most colourful specimens of nature and have captured human imagination. They are often mentioned in literature because of the magnificence of their beauty and have been used to depict various pleasant things. It's interesting to note that these delicate looking butterflies are in no way as delicate as it looks and their pretty colourful wings have the perfect inbuilt structure to keep away predators. The colourful wings of the butterfly are structured and wired in such a way as to protect itself and its delicate look is only a foil for all the strength inside!

  2. We keep speaking of how the colour green dominates nature with its various iridescent shades and today we bring you one more such instance. Hummingbirds are famous for their soothing voice but there is a particular hummingbird known more for its colour than its voice. We are talking about the Green Breasted Mango hummingbirds, the name itself sounds colourfully fancy, doesn't it? It is the only member of its genus and its magnificent green plumage ensures its exclusivity amongst its flock, as well as among all other species.

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