NEUROCHROMATICS : COLOURS OF THE MIND
Colours are the keys to our personality and have a profound affect on our moods and emotions. Colour serves as an excellent tool for diagnosis, and colour analysis uncovers inner feelings, desires and thought patterns and provides insights into the subconscious. Psychologically pure-red for example has a decidedly stimulating impact on the sympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system speeding up blood pressure and heartbeat while psychologically pure-blue has the reverse effect and operates chiefly through the parasympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system.
One of the first psychological colour tests was devised by Luscher in the 1940s wherein links are made between colour choice and personality traits and modus operandi. The test is poorly named as it really is one of tonal contrast not colour. The physiologist Hering’s contrast theory demonstrates that the ability to see is dependant firstly on being able to distinguish contrast, that is, brightness and darkness. He suggests that visual purple (rhodopsin in the rods of the eye) is bleached under the influence of bright colours and reconstitutes itself when exposed to dark colours. Light therefore has a catabolic (breaking down) effect while dark had an anabolic (regenerative) effect. The instinctive response to colour in terms of contrast is related to the degree to which anabolism or catabolism is needed by the organism. Colour choices draw attention to areas of psychological and physiological stress where they exist and allow for cross-comparative quantifications to be made.
Colour profiling is offered to each client at the commencement of therapy as part of a suite of profiling tools. Based on the psychology of colour, it serves the purpose of providing insights into the conscious and unconscious characteristics and motivation of others. Colour preference and, colour dislike, reflects an existing state of mind, glandular imbalance, or both. The profiling protocol affords a wealth of information concerning the conscious and unconscious psychological structure of the individual, areas of stress, the state of the glandular balance or imbalance and much physiological information of great value to the psychotherapist. It throws enormous light on the role compensational and compulsive (addictive) behaviour plays for the individual and assists a client to understand and evaluate the impairment and the lack of real satisfaction such obsessive behaviours like smoking, drinking and over-eating can bring. Obsessions impair one’s freedom to evaluate existing conditions and act appropriately as rationality has become subordinated to the compulsion.
THE 5-6 PAGE PROFILE IS ABLE TO BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY FOR $160, FOR THOSE WANTING AN INCOMPARABLE EARLY-WARNING SYSTEM OF STRESS AILMENTS, AND AN APPRAISAL OF PERSONALITY, SOURCED SUB-COGNITIVELY.
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