Wherever your glance travels, it sees a riot of colours everywhere. But do you know colours have astounding impact on one’s emotion, thought process and even health? For example, black colour adds to depression of an already depressed person and it is more likely that the person will fail to get rid of melancholy. On the other hand, if the person is surrounded with bright colours, it is likely to accelerate the healing process and one day, he/she will end up being an optimistic person.
That is why, colours are so important in Vaastu shastra. The ancient shastra has necessary rules and tips for those who want to colour their house and/or office. These guidelines will help you select the best colour combo in order to ensure that you and your family always live a lively, happy and healthy life. No color has a bad/negative impact on its own. Depending on the direction the color is used in, its impact changes.
In this blog, we will discuss about what each of the following most important colours means in vaastu:
Red – Red being a bold colour represents passion, bravery, power, energy, action, emotion, aggressiveness and warmth. Red is stimulating in nature and believed to encourage a person to stay active. However, red colour is very stressful for the depressed and nervous persons and they should avoid it at any cost. Red resonates best with South and has an adverse effect in North.
Green – Green stands for nature, growth, healing, abundance, fertility, energy, rebirth, relaxation, prosperity and abundance. Since healing is often represented by green, you will see plenty of green in hospitals. Green resonates well with East and South East.
Blue – Blue is the colour of sky and water. The colour signifies beauty, peace, emotion, devotion, inspirations, truth, mercy and contentment. Blues helps in eliminating pain and fast-tracking the healing process. Blue signifies finances. Don’t use blue in small rooms and ensure to select lighter shades while painting the walls of your home. Try to avoid using more of this colour in your shop or office. Blue works wonders in North.
White – White colour represents purity, innocence, openness, simplicity, cleanliness and luxury. It also signifies intimacy and privacy. Though a very positive color, an excess isn’t recommended.
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