“It is now a medically accepted fact that people respond to light exposure in different ways. For instance, exposure to light during normal daylight hours helps maintain normal circadian rythyms (body clock rhythms). Some people also become depressed when deprived of adequate daylight. They suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.).
We are also affected by the spectrum of colors that are the components of natural light. We often express our emotions in terms of color – “feeling blue” or “seeing red”. What is less well known is that careful analysis of our own preferences for individual colors can accurately reflect our unique personalities and state of physical well-being.”
This is my colorgenics profile:
You work hard, seeking success. You are self-sufficient and in spite of all the trials and tribulations that have beset you in the past you carry on regardless.. You are one to be admired because you pursue your objectives single-mindedly and with initiative. You know that you can ‘do it’ and what is more, you will – without necessarily being dependent upon the goodwill of others.
You are very talented, imaginative and sensitive but you are holding back as you do not really like going it ‘on your own’. In preference you would like to team up with someone, someone with similar attributes as your own, to explore – to seek out and go perhaps ‘where no other man has trod before’. It is the unusual that attracts you and which will give you a sense of excitement and adventure.
The way things are at this time it is necessary to ‘go slow’. All the pleasures that you have anticipated should be left in abeyance until some future date, but all is not lost, you are able to derive and achieve considerable gratification from someone quite close to you.
You refuse to relax or to give in and you are endeavouring to keep exhaustion and depression at bay by keeping active. You are experiencing a relationship or a situation which is not satisfactory but you feel powerless to change it. You have that ‘need to be needed’ but you do little to achieve the sense of belonging that you need. You try to disguise your feelings of insecurity and so you continue to resist this state of affairs – and as a consequence you are experiencing tension and stress. Your depression makes you irritable and impatient. You have that urge to get away from the situation, either actually or mentally. You are finding it increasingly difficult to concentrate.
The stress that you are experiencing at this time is due to the present situation – a situation of your own making. But trying to ignore it, hoping that it will go away, will only aggravate it further. What you need to do is to slow down – to relax and re-think the situation and by going slow, you may be amazed to find that most of your problems will resolve themselves.