Red EnergyRed is a very powerful colour. It has the lowest vibration in the visible colour spectrum of light. When you look at a coloured picture or painting, the first colour our eyes pick up is the colour red.
Artist's RedThere are three primary colours from which all other colours can be made from. These are
Secondary colours which are made from a mixture of these colours are
- red + blue = purple
blue + yellow = green
yellow + red = orange
Complementary colours are opposites on the colour wheel. The opposite of red is green. So when you put red and green together, they sparkle and they make each other stand out.
AdvertisingRed is used as an advertising colour to make things jump out at you. Think McDonald's fast food chain. Red gets you moving through quickly.
Red attracts, but you don't want to hang around it very long.
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EnergyIf you are feeling down and tired, put on some red clothes. This will cheer you up and get you energized.
When little children get agitated and irritable, if they have red clothing on, change it to blue and it will help them to calm down.
Red in the GardenRed flowers are very strong. Red hibiscus and red roses will grow very well in hot sunshine. Other red flowers are nasturtiums, dahlias and poppies, tulips and salvias. They bring strong colour into a garden. Generally, bees are not as attracted to red flowers. So, it you are allergic to bee stings, add some red flowers into your garden.
ChakrasChakras are energy centres of the body. There are 7 main energy centres and numerous minor centres. Each of these main energy centres are assigned one of the seven colours of the rainbow. The Base chakra is located at the base of the spine inside the body. The colour associated with this is red.
Red CrystalsRed crystals are used on the red Base chakra for healing. These red crystals are a reddish brown to black colour. They are red jasper, red calcite, garnet and ruby. They balance the energy of the ares and help the blood inside our body.
Red FoodRed food is important for our body. The bright red colour has special nutrients which help us to stay healthy. Some of these foods are tomatoes, red peppers, red capsicum, beetroot, strawberries, raspberries, apples, rhubarb and cherries.
Graphics and designs by Therese Vahland