This is the best quick reference out there for you to harness the power of colour everyday, from today.
I have created a free download that will show you how to harness the power of colour if you have something special that needs to be achieved. Make a conscious choice over the colours that surround you, and they will help your subconscious brain work with your plans.
Neal's Yard is a small alley in London's Covent Garden between Shorts Gardens and Monmouth Street which opens into a courtyard. It is named after the 17th century developer, Thomas Neale. Neal's Yard Dairy is a favourite of mine for buying great British cheeses.
The seafront houses are all beautifully painted in a multitude of colours that all join together to form a scene that uplifts the soul.
At low tide with the boats resting on the sand, more colour envelops the scene as a festival was in progress on the Sunday evening this photo was taken.
Note: Tenby is a popular destination and it is wise to book ahead if you want to stay in the town centre.
A beautiful and powerful colour story:
Jane, is surrounded by peach everywhere at the moment as it is the colour of the cancer ward she is on, but when I asked about any colours that she has strong memories with, she then remembered the same peach was one her Grandmother wore, and that then flooded her with happy memories and changed her negative association with peach back into the positive which helped her get through the chemotherapy.
Jane now pulls strength and joy from wearing and using this peach colour in her daily life.
The time feels right at this point in my life and career to collate these stories into their own volume to share and inspire others. Colour can hold very powerful connections to people, places or an period of time.
This project, with the working title of “Colour Connections” is all about collecting stories from those who have connected deeply with certain colours in their life. Colour has often defined moments in people’s lives.
“Colour can and has pulled people out of depression, myself included, so strong is it’s pull. The power of colour is not to be underestimated.”
If you have a colour story that you would be happy to share and be published, then please click though on this link to an easy Google form to add your story too – any questions just ask.
COLOUR STORY FORM: https://goo.gl/forms/qPguwqZa1wl4FEL73