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Chakras. Chakras open and close according to our mental and emotional state, also called the psychic centers of the body.

Chakras

When they are balanced we feel maximum vitality, health and body ecstatic. Chakras are transfer points for our thoughts, emotions and physical functioning of specific endocrine glands. When we are balanced and acquire self discipline, our charkas pulsate with light, when our emotions are blocked they become dull and sluggish. The seven major Chakras as per Kundalini Yoga system are as under. This Chakra represents the "grounding" of the being in the material world, most active in new borns, till the age of 7years. Most active during the age of 7 to 14 years, responsible for emotional balance and for the development of sexual organs till the age of puberty. Most active during the age of 14-21 years, this chakra is responsible for the mental power and self will.

This chakra is our gate-way upwards (spiritual self), towards higher consciousness. Music–color associations are mediated by emotion. Meaning of Colors in Color Psychology. The meaning of colors can vary depending on culture and circumstances.

Meaning of Colors in Color Psychology

Each color has many aspects to it but you can easily learn the language of color by understanding a few simple concepts which I will teach you here. Non-verbal Communication Color is a form of non verbal communication. It is not a static energy and its meaning can change from one day to the next with any individual - it all depends on what energy they are expressing at that point in time. For example, a person may choose to wear red on a particular day and this may indicate that this is their favorite (personality) color, or they are ready to take action, or they may be passionate about what they are going to be doing that day, or again it may mean that they are feeling angry that day, on either a conscious or subconscious level. The Meaning of Colors Red is the color of energy, passion, action, ambition and determination. The Science Behind Color and Emotion.

Color resonates with people in different ways.

The Science Behind Color and Emotion

We all have a favorite color or color that we use more during specific periods of life. But the color you use in a design project can say a lot about the work itself. That’s a scientific fact. The science behind our emotional connections to color is a complicated one. But it is becoming more clear through anecdotal knowledge and scientific experimentation. We Might Be Hardwired for Certain Hues Is it possible that our brains are wired to like (or dislike) certain colors? Conway, who is also an artist, is using his research to determine how the brain processes color and impacts our feelings about it. Color psychology. The "rose of temperaments" (Temperamenten-Rose) compiled by Goethe and Schiller in 1798/9.

Color psychology

The diagram matches twelve colors to human occupations or their character traits, grouped in the four temperaments: choleric (red/orange/yellow): tyrants, heroes, adventurers; sanguine (yellow/green/cyan) hedonists, lovers, poets; phlegmatic (cyan/blue/violet): public speakers, historians, teachers; melancholic (violet/magenta/red): philosophers, pedants, rulers. Color psychology is the study of hues as a determinant of human behavior. Color influences perceptions that are not obvious, such as the taste of food. Colors can also work as placebos by having the color of pills be certain colors to influence how a person feels after taking them. For example, red or orange pills are generally used as stimulants. Color psychology is also widely used in marketing and branding. Influence of color on perception[edit] Placebo effect[edit] Blue public lighting[edit] Some studies find that color can affect mood. Psychological Properties Of Colours - Colour Affects.

Your Emotional Vocabulary List - Karla McLaren. Your Free Emotional Vocabulary List The more I talk to people about emotions, the more I realize how paltry our emotional vocabulary tends to be.

Your Emotional Vocabulary List - Karla McLaren

This is a problem, because descriptive words help us understand ourselves and the world around us. If we don’t have enough names for our emotions, it’s hard to get a handle on what we’re feeling when an emotion arises. I’ve been looking at the work of cognitive psychologist who are finding that having a more precise vocabulary (for instance, having specific names for light blues and dark blues, as Russian speakers do) tends to make people quicker at identifying subtle differences. We’ve all seen that having a larger vocabulary makes us more articulate and more able to express nuance and subtlety; what is interesting is that a large vocabulary also helps you identify things more quickly. This can be immensely helpful where emotion are concerned!

Let’s Start With Anger Anger is also concerned with justice; not only for yourself, but for others. Your Emotional Vocabulary List - Karla McLaren. Common Negative/Painful Feelings.