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Sybmolism of Green



Continuing the series of articles about color, and it's symbolism in artwork, it's healing effects, and what your reaction to it might tell you about your personality. The color explored in this article is GREEN...

Symbolically associated with balance, harmony, hope, renewal, peace, nature, good luck, jealousy, misfortune, well being, growth, rejuvenation, recovering, prosperity. Unlike blue green is a color that does not imbue trust.

People who love green might consider their reputations important and could also be emotional, caring aware of those around you. A person who likes green might be community-minded people who are sociable but want peace at any price. They may be self-effacing, patient, and modest. If you like green you might easily get exploited by other people. A person who likes the greens that are more blue are more likely to be optimistic, while a person who prefers yellow greens tend toward being adventurous

People who prefer to avoid green might prefer to keep some distance, and want independence and self-development rather than a warm family life.

Among the effects of green are stimulating inner peace. Green stimulates growth, and has a positive effect on heart problems, and is good for healing broken bones. Green can help cure hormonal imbalances, and is good for the kidneys, stomach, liver, gall bladder, and digestion in general. Also help increase immunity, build up muscles, bones and other tissues, strengthen the nervous system. Any time you want to feel the freedom for to pursue new ideas, or want a growth or change in your life.

To much green can lead a person to become very lethargic, a person can become so tranquil they are nearly stagnate. Another side effect of to much green is a lack of need to strive toward a goal or any sense of challenge.

This is only one of a series of articles on the subject of color. There will be more articles about other colors in the future.

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