Is It Possible That Colors Affect Our Moods?
by Jamie Cortland

Our moods may be influenced by the colors we wear.

Our moods may be influenced with the color preferences we choose. Just think about it for a moment. Aren't you happier if you are wearing or surrounded by your favorite color? How do you feel when you're environment is painted in the color you dislike most?

Edgar Cayce, the psychic known for his holistic health remedies and prophecies of earth changes, associated colors with physical organs in his readings.

For example, Cayce associated violet with the pituitary gland. It is said that those who gravitate to purple have fine reasoning ability and strength of character whole those who prefer violet are indecisive, but creative.

Blue, associated with the thyroid gland, is known to be a spiritual color, no matter the shade. Deep blue seems to draw the attention of moody and unusual people, writers, singers, and those on a mission while pale blue appeals to those who are struggling towards maturity.

Green is cool, passive, fresh and calming. Those that prefer green are usually good neighbors, homebuilders and joiners. It is often the color preference of doctors and nurses and is oftentimes apparent in their auras. Lemon green; however, may draw deceitful people.

Yellow symbolizes the intellectual and those who have lofty dreams. Golden yellow indicates happy, friendly, and helpful people while a dirty yellow indicates cowardliness.

Orange seems to draw those who are thoughtful, considerate and possess self-control while brownish orange appeals to the lazy. Found within the aura, it may indicate kidney problems.

If your favorite color is red, more than likely, you have a strong sex drive, love travel and are creative. Oftentimes, those drawn to red have an interest in the mystical.

If you would like a calming environment, use pastel blues. To create a healing environment, use pale green. Yellow is best for an office or space requiring stimulating thought.