(Dark purple is associated with sad feelings and it may cause frustration. The Greeks compared dark purple with the sea, for its depth, strength and nobility. It’s often used also to evoke romantic and nostalgic feelings.)
(Light blue is associated with health, healing, tranquility, understanding, and softness. The ancient Egyptians used lapis lazuli to represent heaven. A pure blue is the color of inspiration, sincerity and spirituality.)
Mind Palace scene: Negative (xx) and Positive (x xx)
Por que raios a gente tem de romantizar qualquer demonstração de carinho de um homem se na maioria dos casos eles só querem nos comer? E por que ficamos tão putas se eles apenas nos comem e caem fora? Quem disse que eles são obrigados a nos amar eternamente só porque conheceram de perto a nossa beleza interior? E, finalmente: que mal há em sermos gostosas e os homens quererem nos comer? Por que isso parece ofensivo? Por que nos sentimos usadas se ambos estão lá de livre e espontânea vontade?
(Gray is the true neutral color. Its energy imparts void, emptiness, lack of movement, emotion, warmth and identifying characteristics. Because of this, gray can be restful, but it does not stimulate, energize, rejuvenate or excite. Too much of the color gray creates sadness and depression and a tendency to loneliness. It is also the color of isolation.)
Mind Palace scene: Negative (xx) and Positive (xxx)
(The color silver is soothing, calming and purifying. From a color psychology viewpoint, it signals a time of reflection and a change of direction as it illuminates the way forward. It helps with the cleansing and releasing of mental, physical and emotional issues and blockages as it opens new doors and lights the way to the future. It is the color of feminine energy.)
(Since William Shakespeare’s use of terms like “green-eyed monster”, the color green has been associated with jealousy and envy, from which the expressions “green with envy”, are derived. The Greeks also believed that jealousy was accompanied by an overproduction of bile, lending a yellowish-green pallor to the victim’s complexion.)