Colours & Emotion For September 2016

Colours & Emotion
  1. Every politician tries their best to get votes and win the election and this leads to extensive use of colour-psychology added to every other tactic in the book. The first thing you notice about a person is his/her clothes and that's why you'll see most politicians wearing darker tones of blue during public addresses. Blue gives a trustworthy, calm, respectable vibe. Black is a colour not chosen for ties because that lends a wild look to the attire, in fact mostly, black is avoided altogether since it is deemed unapproachable. What really are preferred are dark tones of grey or blue.

  2. It is not just the colour of your tie that matters, but the particular shade too. This bit of advice seems to be followed by most male figures of authority since maximum men like wearing dark suits, light shirts and a dark red/burgundy tie. This is because the darker tones of red are associated with strength and passion. Over-bright ties are distracting while pink has taken on a very political implication in recent times. Even the texture of the tie matters when it comes to conveying emotion. Glossy ties depict ambition and matte ties suggest subdues power.

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Colours & Fashion For September 2016

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The Oscars' red carpet this year was ruled by cool shades of blue and purple by everyone- the stalwarts to the newbie nominees. The preferred tones of blue were the more royal, deeper shades like Prussian blue, electric blue, vivid indigo, purple, violet etc. The red-carpet staple is mostly hues of red and black but this time the ladies and gentlemen, from Tina Fey to Mindy Kaling seem to have given convention a toss and opted to appear serene, exotic, sophisticated, tranquil, slightly aloof and very, very mysterious.

 

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Colours & Gems For September 2016

Colours & Gems
  1. Aventurine is often called the Gambler's Stone. It is known to bring the wearer good fortune. It is derived from the Italian word 'a ventura' which means "by chance". In the 1700's, an Italian glass-maker accidentally discovered it when he dropped copper filings into some molten glass. Green aventurine was used to adorn statues in ancient Tibet. The Tibetans would affix aventurine gemstones to the statue's eyes, thinking the green quartz would improve the visionary powers of the statues. This belief remains at the heart of the meaning of aventurine. They also wore jewelry made from it to help fix nearsightedness and boost creativity.

  2. Hessonite is derived from the Greek word,'hesson' meaning inferior. It is known as Gomedhaka in Sanskrit and is believed to be the fingernails of the God Vala as per Indian mythology. It is known to increase creativity and power of imagination. It is also believed to increase the level of self-confidence and to help avert disasters and protect against evil spirits. It can also increase ambition and increase the awareness of a person's subtle senses. Physically, it is said to help cure nervous disorders and degenerative diseases like cancer, of which Rahu can be the reason.

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Colours & Nature For September 2016

Colours & Nature
  1. Fly Geyser is nestled on a patch of land in Nevada's Black Rock Desert. It was formed by boiling underground water leaking into a well and spews water about five feet high. It is covered with thermophilic algae, which flourishes in moist, hot conditions, resulting in the multiple hues of red and green that adds to its stunning appearance. The attractions is situated on a private land and not open to tourists. Tourists who make prior arrangements with the owners are able to get a closer look of this natural beauty for a fee.

  2. Gouldian Finch is one of the most amazingly coloured birds found in Australia. In 1841, John Gould, an English ornithologist named this bird after his late wife, Lady Elizabeth Gould. It is also referred to as the Lady Gouldian finch or Rainbow finch. It has a grass-green upper body from the lower nape to the back and wings, a purple breast and a pale blue rump. It has a bright yellow belly and a whitish bill with a red or yellow tip. There are three distinct colour variations in the Gouldian Finch, with either a black, yellow or red head.

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