What’s your Color?

Color is a form of non-verbal communication, and as such it can tell you as much about a person as any other form of communication can.

As you can probably tell just from the image that accompanies this post, my favorite color is purple. My favorite flowers are lavender, my favorite gems are amethyst, and when the kids give me gifts, they’re always wrapped in various hues of purple.

Not surprisingly, purple is the color of choice for many creative types, because it’s known as the color of the imagination, and you’ll find the color purple mentioned in all my novels. Many people who choose this color over others are also introverts, another common trait amongst the artistic population.

Much has been written on the psychology of color, and I’ve listed below what different colors tell you about a person.

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Pink is the color of unconditional love and nurturing. It’s feminine, romantic, intimate, thoughtful, and caring

 

indigo
Indigo is the color of intuition and perception, devotion, wisdom and justice

 

blue
Blue is the color of trust, peace, loyalty and integrity

 

turquoise
Turquoise is the color of communication. It can mean clarity of mind, and idealism

 

green
Green is the color of balance and harmony. It is emotionally positive, and a natural peacemaker

 

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Yellow is the color of the mind. It’s intellectual, optimistic, and cheerful

 

orange
Orange relates to gut instinct. It symbolizes happiness and optimism, bringing emotional strength and warmth

 

red
Red is the color of energy. It means passion, emotions, action, leadership, and confidence

 

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Brown is the color of security, protection, and comfort. It is loyal, trustworthy, and dependable, enjoying the material comforts of life

 

gold
Gold is the color of success, achievement, and triumph. It means prestige, sophistication, and elegance

 

silver
Silver is related to the moon, and the ebb and flow of the tide. It has a feminine energy, mysterious, sensitive, and emotional
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