Finding the colors that help you find your best place for doing whatever it is you need or want to do, isn’t so much a science as it is an art. Tons of resources are available online to help you find your color code, but beware, many resources are not very flexible in their suggestions. To some, color is not flexible reality individuals can play with, but rather something certain thanks to empirical research based on opinion polls and some decent comparison studies. For example, there is research that concludes if a woman is wearing the color black, she is presenting a submissive position to men. That’s rather funny to me, as I wear black to look thinner not to help men feel superior.
So… as you explore your color world don’t take it too seriously. Look in your closet and see what kinds of colors you turn to for your day-to-day wear. Are they bright, dull, mostly one color, or all kinds of colors? Pick up some color swatches at a home improvement store and look at them one at a time until you’ve had enough time to find the color(s) that seem to create the effect you’re after (calm, stimulated, energized, etc.) And when you think you’ve found the colors you are happiest with, begin to surround yourself with those colors. You don’t have to paint a whole room or buy a new wardrobe. You can carry a small piece of cloth to pull out of your wallet or pocket when you need a color to zone in on. You can get a few pillows, or paint a rock to sit on your desk, or make a big collage of your color from the color swatches; in other words, you can keep and display tiny bits of your color choice nearby for a quick color fix.
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