If you look around, you will notice our society is littered with the psychological benefits of these hues. Nurseries tend to use subtle yellows, blues and greens.
Meanwhile restaurants may opt for vibrant reds and oranges in order to grab one’s attention, and increase the heart rate, which will then trigger your appetite.
Color-therapy (or Chromotherapy) is the science of incorporating colors in the visible spectrum to positively alter our body’s vibration. Color itself is simply energy and light, which becomes visible to the eye because it refracts, bends and reflects.
Each color has it’s own unique frequency which is why it has the ability to affect us in the first place.
An example of how light and color does this can be seen in the condition commonly known as: the “winter blues”. SAD: Seasonal Affective Disorder is the correct term and many individuals have found relief through the use of infrared light to help create stability in mental, physical and emotional healing.
There are many ways we could potentially aid our children with color.
Whether it’s in their rooms to help with sleep or in a designated area for study to increase brain function & memory retention.
Tends to have a calming effect, it slows heart rate, reduces nervous excitement, is more cooling, soothing and relaxes the mind. So if your little one were a bit rambunctious, this would be a great color to have around them.
Stimulates mental ability and concentration. It generates energy and awakens the senses and is thought to strengthen nerves in the brain, therefore facilitating learning. It also brings a sense of wellbeing and happiness.
How To Use Color:
Paper & Art Supplies
-The Sky Is The Limit!