The bubbling colors are all around – red, blue, yellow, orange, green, black, white…
We enjoy colors or fear them, we like to wear them or try to avoid. They are powerful! And the most powerful one – guess what? – seems to be PINK.
Strangely enough very few people prefer pink. Don`t they know it is the color of love? Don`t they love?
According to color psychology pink sends out waves similar to heart frequency and thus nourishes and comforts the heart.
They advise to color pink the walls of sleeping rooms of heart-sick people. Not by chance people love the symbolism of a pink heart! Pink clothes for sweet little girls, pink toys for babies, pink roses…
The government of Aurangabad, India strongly believes that the pink will improve the city with the highest criminal rate. Travel into the city today and you find the facades of most of the private and government buildings painted a gaudy pink.
The town’s sub-division officer Arvind Kumar Singh says: “What better color than pink which symbolizes good mood, soothing sight and good feelings. Pink also fosters communal amity and harmony.” Accordingly, the government buildings were all painted pink, and now private dwellings seem to be following suit without much resistance.
The mystery of pink color reveals the sahaj knowledge: pink is the color of Paramchaitanya, the all-pervading power of love.
It is the very loving, creative and supportive power that nourishes the existence of the world. Every time you see a stunning pink sunrise or sunset, know that the breath of God is there…
by Marc Grey