Thursday, November 15, 2018

Bank on Color Energy Quotes for Motivation to Live Joyfully



When I notice certain colors or color combinations, I feel energized, centered, and at peace. 

That's because colors work at the cellular level and transcend thinking to influence our mood, outlook, and even behavior. 

Current research shows that when we look at or imagine colors that appeal to us, we feel immediate satisfaction and a sense of well-being. 

Color enjoyment and usage is subjective, so observe how color preferences appear in your life. 

Trust your intuition. One day you may yearn to see the shades of the sea, aquamarine and blue. Another day you may feel compelled to wear an orange blouse or eat cantaloupeOn the third day you may feel perked up just by seeing or envisioning the colors of a rainbow.

 I bank on specific colors to:


1. improve my mood, when my spirit is lagging

2. calm me, when I feel unsettled

3. clear my confusion, and center me

4. enhance enthusiasm and heighten mindfulness 

5. inspire, delight, and awaken my senses


Take a peek at the color quotations I illustrated above and below. Then, reflect on them to discover which ones resonate with you.









Tips to Help You Wear Your Colors to Feel Great About Yourself






The self-care journal Colors of Joy features colorful journal prompts to help you increase self-awareness and happiness. It also highlights ways specific colors encourage you to go after your bliss and thrive.





See Colors of Joy Now! Order one for yourself, and give it as a no-hassle way to holiday shop online. 


Before I sign off, I'll share that I'm grateful for my eyesight, and the opportunity to use my mind and creativity to keep on creating this blog month after month. 

I'm grateful to you dear reader for dropping by and paying me a visit. Please let me know you were here by commenting below about your favorite color quote or how you use colors in your life (no links in comments, as they won't be published). 

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Happy Thanksgiving to One and All and Many Blessings to You.

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10 comments:

  1. I do love color and enjoy letting a piece of furniture tell me what color it wants to be. This is a very interesting article. Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

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    1. You're welcome and my pleasure to visit your blog +Debra Pashkowsky. Thanks for dropping by here. Have a great weekend and please come back again.

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  2. I love colour Nancy and I like the idea of the Colours of Joy self care Journal I might buy one for myself. Thanks xx
    Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

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    1. Thanks Sue. I have been reading and enjoying your posts for a few years now, and your enthusiasm for life is catching.

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  3. Interesting - I must look into colours a bit more. Cheers from Carole's Chatter

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    1. So nice to hear from you Carole. Have a wonderful Sunday and be well. Live well. Lead a colorful life!

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  4. Nancy,
    I am definitely influenced by color- If a room in painted a color that appeals to me, I feel good in the room and visa versa. I love vivid colors. They make me feel enlivened. Thanks for all your insight about color!

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    1. Thanks for the visit and comment Judee. I pay attention to room colors too. Know what you mean about color affecting mood and studies show it's true.

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