Feng Shui Colors affect people physically, emotionally and
psychologically. By using just one of the Feng Shui Colors,
or by combining two or more, you can strengthen the elements
of Feng Shui. Feng Shui Colors are divided into the cool (Yin)
and warm (Yang) areas because all things possess these two
components and their balance creates wholeness.
The guiding principle in using Feng Shui Colors should be
to achieve balance rather than excess. When you are planning
the color scheme of your home, office or garden environment,
the following characteristics of the Feng Shui Colors will
give you insight into how they can be used in decorating your
Blue (Yin) - This color is calm and soothing, this
color reflects love as it heals and relaxes. Blue creates
a feeling of peace and trust. It is the color of the sea and
sky, so it tends to represent adventure and exploration. It
is also relaxing and calming. Navy blue is the Feng Shui color
of intellect and wisdom.
Black (Yin) - Symbolizing money and income, black
is great for careers, especially when combined with metal.
The Feng Shui color of emotional protection and power.
Purple (Yin) - Purple, like blue, is the spiritual
end of the color spectrum. It boosts spiritual awareness and
is excellent for physical and mental healing. The Feng Shui
color of royalty.
White (Yang) - Poised and confident, white works better
when it is combined with gold or silver to generate an atmosphere
of influence and control. The Feng Shui color of purity, goodness
Yellow (Yang) - Considered as auspicious as red,
yellow represents sunbeams, warmth and motion. This color
can make you feel cheerful. However, according to a noted
color consultant, prolonged exposure to large amounts of intense
yellow can cause anxiety.Yellow is the Feng Shui color of
communication and health, cheerfulness and friendliness.
Orange (Yang) - Strengthening concentration, you might
need this when your creative well runs dry. It gives you a
sense of purpose. Orange is the Feng Shui color of organization.
Tan/Beige (Yang) - The Feng Shui color of the earth,
portrays neatness, helps conceal emotions
Brown (Yang) - The Feng Shui color of Industry, being
grounded and hard working.
Red (Yang) - This is the Feng Shui color of good fortune
as it attracts recognition and respect for the person who
uses it, especially in the winter. A color of confidence,
if you ever need one! The color of luck, money, joy, protection
Mauve (Yang) - The color of world consciousness.
Green (Yin) - Green is refreshing, nurturing, balancing
and normalizing Ð as in being surrounded by the lush green
of nature. It is the Feng Shui color of harmony, balance,
healing and health; physical, emotional and spiritual. The
color is good for growth and expansion, and it is peaceful
Pink (Yin) - The Feng Shui color of love.
Maroon (Yang) - The Feng Shui color of maroon is neither
red nor blue it represents indecisiveness.
Lavender (Yang) - Is the Feng Shui color of sexual
indecision. Suggests an ability to be manipulated.
Gold (Yang) - The Feng Shui color of God consciousness.
Silver (Yin) - The Feng Shui color of the trustworthy
and the romantic.
Gray (Yin) - Gray is neither black nor white, it is
the Feng Shui color of dead and dull; indefinite.
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