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Originally posted by Foxy1
Of course they do most hospitals use light blue for its calming effect, and most expensive restaurants use dark red because its makes you loose track of time and spend more money.
Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by sled735
I actually did know this; however if you refer to my thread as an addendum, orange governs sexual reproductive gland. What color jumpsuits do they make inmates wear? What is one of the biggest issues with jail? Homosexual rape by the allied inmates.
Orange chakra color meanings: The second, sacral chakra. We've got a nice glow on here. From the "pow!" of our red roots we move into a more sophisticated stage of creativity. This is our moment to sculpt our rawness, and refine ourselves into illumed orbs of creative beauties. In silky waves of orange we become aware of our physical-ness and begin to make prime connections about the magnificence of our bodies. Orange speaks to us about exploration - new additives are mixed with raw matter, and this is where we conjugate. Here we embrace polarities, consume them, and learn the choreography in the dance of unity.
2. Navel (or Sacral) Chakra. This chakra is represented by the color orange and is located just below the navel. It has six petals, each of which represent a level of thought that stimulates the mind and is associated with the water element. The animal that represents this chakra is a mythical half-alligator, half fish animal called makara. This chakra has two openings, facing front and back and is related to the reproductive system. In more psychological terms, it is connected to our sexuality, emotions and all levels of relationships with others (friendship, intimate relations, etc.)
Orange: HAPPINESS, CONFIDENCE, RESOURCEFULNESS; personality traits: enthusiastic, happy, sociable, energetic, sporty, self-assured, and constructive. Orange is the color of success and relates to self respect; having the ability to give ourselves the freedom to be ourselves and helps you expand your interests and activities. Brings joy to our workday and strengthens our appetite for life! Orange is the best emotional stimulant. It connects us to our senses and helps to remove inhibitions and makes us independent and social.
Color Effects the Nervous System In 1942 Russian scientist S.V. Krakov wrote about “Color Vision and Autonomic Nervous System” in the Journal of the Optical Society of America. By1958 he was able to demonstrate that the color red stimulates the sympathetic portion of the autonomic nervous system and that the color blue stimulates the parasympathetic portion. [S.V. Krakov, "Color Vision and the Autonomic Nervous System,"Journal of the Optical Society of America (June, 1942).] Robert Gerard confirmed these findings in 1958, [R.M. Gerard, "Differential Effects of Colored Lights on Psychophysiological Functions," (Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles, 1958), quoted in Liberman, 45.] demonstrating that when 24 normal adult males sat in front of a screen with red light for ten minutes, their blood pressure, arousal via palmar conductance, respiratory movements, and eye-blink frequency increased. When the participants sat in front of a screen with blue or white light, these same factors diminished. Blue increased their sense of relaxation and lessened their anxiety and hostility, while red increased their tension and excitement, as well as their levels of anxiety.
Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by ascension211
I apologize, I like your thread very much. I was merely saying I was interested in the additional information that yours provided and helped bolster the confidence in the ideas of my thread. An extra validation if you will; S&F my friend.