Jami Lin's recent presentation at Unity Church in St Petersburg, FL had the audience recognizing why very few people enjoy yellow clothes or household objects. There is a need for more self-confidence in today's "global personality."
(Vocus) August 27, 2009 -- In a recent presentation at the 5th largest Unity Church in the United States, not a hand was raised when award-wining author of ColorAlchemy asked, "Who likes yellow?" Not a hand went up and no one was wearing it. "Yellow is the color for strengthening personal power and commits to greater success in all areas of life," said Lin as most of the audience slumped in their seats when realizing this fact within themselves.
With today's challenges and global, low-confidence, people feel that there is little to have under control and it reduces self-esteem. Yellow inspires confidence and personal power to command greater success in all aspects of life.
Rooted in Newtonian and quantum science, ancient spiritual and healing traditions, and clinical studies, color therapy provides time-tested results for mind, body, and spirit wellness. "Following the sequence and simplicity of a rainbow, linking the essential, seven attributes of all human need and desire is as easy as remembering the days of the week." "No professional color therapy required, just simple-to-incorporate habits. By merely thinking about the color of day and its respective attributes, wearing the color, or incorporating it in your environment, the ultimate goal becomes automatic. The mind instantly calls upon the color attribute that is needed, and with its conditioned benefits, favorably shifts any circumstance."
Practicing is ColorAlchemy is easy; integrate color in the conscious mind by strengthening red attributes such as vitality on Monday. Tuesday, creatively incorporate more orange for pleasure. Command yellow on Wednesday for confidence. Trust green on Thursday for deepening love. Focus on blue on Friday for clarity. Connect with indigo on Saturday for awaking intuition and find inner peace with violet on Sunday for spiritual connection. "Automatically, the 7 Days and 7 Colors easily convert into 7 Triumphs."
Yellow represents the will chakra, which is located in the navel region. Associated body parts include the spinal column, solar plexus, abdomen, middle and lower back, pancreas, liver, spleen, small intestines, digestive system, gall bladder, nervous system, and adrenal glands.
People who are weak in the yellow color do not trust their gut instincts. They feel dominated and misdirected, lacking a sense of personal power and confidence. They feel angry, insecure, and victimized. They long to be the center of attention, often-falling victim to the "drama queen" syndrome. They have unhealthy attachments to physical possessions and don't know how to let go. Criticism and unconditional adherence to rules take over their lives. They pay attention to details, and may be compulsive cleaners.
Physical manifestations of an imbalance in the will chakra include diabetes, ulcers, hypoglycemia, adrenal dysfunction, arthritis, hepatitis, liver problems, indigestion, and intestinal problems. Common physical additions are to food, caffeine, and bread.
Yellow is able to provide a sense of personal power and confidence. It can provide mental clarity and quick thinking ability. Physically, yellow can improve skin condition including dermatitis. Use caution, as too much yellow can be exhausting or over-stimulating to a hot personality.
Relief can be brought to these areas by breathing in the color yellow. With eyes closed, meditate for two minutes on the color yellow, or on yellow objects, while taking deep breaths. Envision a healing yellow ray of light entering your body. Activate the power of yellow by breathing in violet and breathing out yellow.
Use healing hands to touch affected parts of the body while focusing on that yellow color and practicing color breathing.
Surround in the power of yellow by wearing yellow clothing, adding a yellow pillow or throw, changing a cell phone background or computer screen saver, or using yellow dishes at meals and snacks. Store vitamins or pills in yellow containers.
Excessive yellow brings about a judgmental, domineering, and manipulative nature. Workaholics are an example of people with too much yellow. They also want everything to be exactly the way they want them. Reduce yellow by focusing on violet, which is the complimentary color based on the color wheel. Techniques are similar as to when adding yellow.
People healthy in the will chakra tend to be confident and happy and learn easily. They benefit from overall good health and wellness.
Jami Lin's (JamiLin.com) new, award-winning ColorAlchemy book (ColorAlchemy.com) is heralded as "advanced thinking for infinite possibilities." She is a 30-year veteran of interior design using home as a tool for emotional, mental, and spiritual health. Her expertise evolved into Feng Shui (Feng-Shui-Interior-Design.com), international recognition as a master with six best-selling books, an online home-study certification program, and PBS-TV pilot. Color is her trademark.
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