I love a nice bit of colour!
A garden in full bloom gives me a real lift. And I really admire people who can wear flamboyant colours; something I struggle to do but I’m working on it!
Colours are like a language and have different cultural meanings. Colour can also describe how we feel inside. Yellow might mean feeling sunny, or red for anger or passion. We can decide our own meaning for the colours that we chose. It’s likely that our colours will change from day to day, hour to hour. Sometimes brighter, sometimes darker.
I’d love to know what colour you are feeling today. If you like, you can let me know in the comments.
I found a great quote – “Everybody on the planet has all the colours of the rainbow inside” (Alexia Fast).
Part of the way that we can really feel ‘alive’ is when we can experience, express and appreciate all these individual colours clearly and naturally, rather than just having an undiscernible mixture which resembles the colour of mud.
If you feel your life colours are rather beige or mud for too much of the time, or nearer to grey and black, counselling can help to unravel them and to reconnect you with your true colours. If beige, mud or grey describes how you’ve been feeling recently and you’d like to have a no-obligation chat about how we can work together, please do contact me.