Someday I Will Pursue My Dreams
The Power of Colours
Colours have an amazing effect on our emotions. Artists often use certain colours to emphasize a particular opinion or mood.
For us residents of this planet, colours serve a huge purpose not only by existing in nature but also assisting us in our evolution as an ever-evolving species.
There are seven primary colours which are the basis of all the other colours that exist.
Let me show you below the properties of these seven primary colours. These colours have certain spiritual qualities and meanings that can accelerate your awakening should you choose to engage them more intentionally into your daily life.
The white colour is my favourite, you might have noticed that it doesn’t exist in the above colour chart. There is a reason for it. I want to show you the real meaning of white colour as it is so easy to miss and I personally find it very meaningful.
White is considered by scientists as light wave energy or just a light. In order to physically see any colour from the white light we need to use a prism. When light from the sun passes through a prism, the light is split into the seven visible colours by a process called refraction.
So this is why white is considered not a colour but just a form of bright light. On the other hand, you can also see it as the main colour as without it there will be not only no colour but also total darkness.
I personally see it as a base for everything we make, whether it is a white canvas ready to be painted or a background for the text you are reading right now and most importantly the sunlight on this planet.
White is associated with light, goodness, innocence, purity, and virginity. It is considered to be the colour of perfection. White means safety, purity, and cleanliness.
White can represent a successful beginning.
When you look from consumer’s point of view, white is the bestselling colour in many products like t-shirts and in general clothing and what’s interesting is that white clothing usually becomes translucent when wet. White is the colour which reflects other colours and still is able to keep your surrounding bright.
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