Colour Therapy: Wearing Blue Clothing (Part One)

Those of you who have been following my blog for a while will know that I have journeyed through some colours, looking at how their energy affects both you and those around you. Today we’re moving on to BLUE and to get the ball rolling I’ve made a small video for you on this topic.

If you are any of these people I have mentioned here, then blue is definitely the colour for you.

So what comes to mind when I think of blue? Expansive summer skies, also melancholy and feeling low come to mind. I think of the music and I think of the corporate world. Each of us relates to this colour in different ways as it has so many different connotations.

It’s one of the electric colours with cooling properties and is a wonderful complimentary colour to wear with any of the warmer magnetic ones but if you live in a more northern region with lower temperatures, it might not be the ideal choice of bedroom wall colour. How about using blue duvet covers with a warming tone of your choice on the walls.

Carnelian on a blue silk scarf

You might have read in one of my earlier colour therapy posts, blue is a wonderful complimentary colour for the warmer magnetic ones, the reds, oranges and reds, so if you are wearing a predominantly blue outfit, why not try an accessory in a warmer colour to bring in the balance. Yellow and orange scarves in autumnal hues would offset many blue shades. And try wearing a carnelian necklace over a blue top for a touch of class.

For me the important thing to remember that this is all energy we are talking about. Vibrations along the electro-magnetic spectrum. We could easily get lost in discussing the nuances between the various blue shades but they all have more or less the same frequency, which means that they will have the same energetic effect on your body and mind.

Take a bit of time to explore and find the particular blues that resonate with you, the ones that bring you alive and make your complexion and outfit pop. And if you are a person who doesn’t feel very attracted to blue, remember that you can go for turquoise or purple which contain blue within them.

In my next post I’ll be talking about what effect blue has on you and those around you. In the meantime I’d love to hear how you relate to blue.

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4 Responses to Colour Therapy: Wearing Blue Clothing (Part One)

  1. Lisa says:

    Wonderful video and blog!
    I love all shades of blue, and always felt that it is a peaceful color, even when it is very energizing. Even though blue is associated with sad or melancholy, I have never felt it that way; in that context, it’s only as an expression!
    Your explanation of the energy that blues have, makes my reaction to blue quite clear (of course, now that you’ve pointed it out! :-))
    The association with nature, with open skies and vast oceans make blue the color of unlimited possibilities!
    Loved it Fiona! Thank you so much for sharing.
    Can’t wait for part 2!!

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Hi Lisa,
      I’m glad you enjoyed this and can see why you feel drawn to it. It has peace and expansion inherent within in. I’m looking forward to the next part too as I never fully know what is going to be in the posts until I put them together. 🙂

  2. Hi Fiona,

    blue is my favorite color. I like all shades of blue from turquoise to mint (that’s more green), ocean blue, ultramarine, petrol. They’re all great. To me they reflect freedom and vastness from the oceans to the skies.
    Thank you for your insights, I should add some warmer colour tones, will take your advice 🙂

    Franziska San Pedro
    The Abstract Impressionist Artress

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Thanks for commenting Franziska. There really are so many fabulous blue shades, aren’t there? I’m like you, I love them because of their connection with nature, the open and skies and waters, too. I’m planning to share a bit more about their energetic effect very soon in part two.

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