Colours and the Emotions most of us assosiate with them in the Western Hemisphere

Color is a meaningful constant for sighted people and it's a powerful psychological tool. By using color psychology, you can send a positive or negative message, encourage sales, calm a crowd, or make an athlete pump iron harder.
Colours and Frequencies

In terms of Colour Therapy, the shortest wavelength colours - are described as being cool electric colours and the lowest wavelength colours - are described as being warm magnetic colours.
The diagram on the right, shows the seven rainbow colours in order of their frequency.

Violet is at the top of the column since it has the shortest wavelength and the highest frequency.

Red at the base with the longest wavelength and lowest frequency.

All seven colours of the spectrum can be seen by passing light through a prism. The three 'higher' colours of - Violet, Indigo and Blue are in Colour Therapy Terms called the cool / electric colours and generally indicate calm/and coolness.

The three ' lower ' colours of Yellow, Orange and Red are in Colour Therapy Terms called the warm / magnetic colours and generally these are warming and activating colours. The colour Green is the balance between the cool and warm rays.

"Newton divided the spectrum into seven named colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet, or

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The color of the robes of kings and queens.

Royalty, spirituality, nobility, spirituality, ceremony, mysterious, transformation, wisdom, enlightenment, cruelty, arrogance, mourning.

es, they were purple, our most royal color that is associated with wealth, prosperity, rich sophistication. This color stimulates the brain activity used in problem solving. However, when overused in a common setting it is associated with putting on airs and being artificial/ Use...