I’ve had quite a few emails questioning my color choice for my blog site. A question from one of my readers, Amy, asks,
"... why did you chose black for my background it seems a little ...um ...dark.”
Blue is also the color of protection and is nearly universal in meaning, and as a result, the color Blue is used in national flags and symbols around the world, including the flag of the United Nations.
We all know and have used the phrase "once in a blue moon." We give the best a "blue ribbon.” A person born of royalty is a "blue blood."
However, too much dark blue can be depressing, therefore we’re said to have the "blues."
Dark blue affects the pituitary gland, which affects sleep. It is also known to reduce pain and strengthen the skeletal body by keeping bone marrow healthy.
I use color therapy in my everyday life, by painting my home in color association, such as my bedrooms being a beautiful soft blue, which helps alleviate insomnia. My dining room was painted a golden yellow which is associated with appetite, and I find it actually contributes to the overall experience all together.
The Holographic Universe
Dr. Masuru Emoto
Dr. Leonard Horowitz
Dr. Bruce Lipton