According to research at Oxford University desserts served on white plates are perceived to taste sweeter than those served on black plates!
Colours are rich with symbolism. This symbolism can be apparent in how an individual associates colours with things, objects or physical space.
Instinctual choice of a color tells a lot about yourself, how you function and how others see you.
It is the means to understanding your behavior and your character traits as well as your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual states.
It reflects the way you operate in this world, your strengths, weaknesses, your vulnerabilities, your deepest needs and your challenges at that time in your life.
What do you assume your most dominant outlook on life is?
The answer to that question may lie somewhere that is completely random and totally unexpected, like in the way that you see colors! It’s true and experts are just beginning to understand the link between how we view colors and our personalities, perspectives, and predominant outlook on life!
If you stop and think about the vast spectrum of colors we surround ourselves every day you will soon figure out that each color has a story and life on its own. And oftentimes, same color can tell a lot more than one story.
Just imagine the spectrum of colors in every season of the year. Summer is hot, everything is already painted, the sun shines bright and the dominant colors are red, blue, green and yellow. Basically summer is the culmination of colors between spring and fall (winter is completely different story).
Let’s dig into the colors of health and wellness. Colors associated with healthy person are strong, sharp and vigorous. On the other hand, ill people have pale colors, not so vigorous, nor sharp or strong.
Colors have immense power. Just look at the story behind few of the most famous logos in the world.
Companies that predominately use red, like Coca-Cola and Virgin, want to be considered powerful and compassionate companies. Yellow, which is used by companies like McDonald’s and Ikea, meanwhile, imply a happy and fun experience.
While the color blue — which represents truth, integrity and communication — is popular among both genders, purple is only popular with women.
Color can also paint our emotions, feelings, and general outlook on life. We associate red with anger, passion, and love, while blue is linked to peace and sadness, green triggers thoughts of the environment, money, and tranquility.
Each and every shade of all the different hues in the color spectrum is caught up and interconnected with these various nuances. This makes it possible for us to learn more about ourselves via the way we view and interpret certain colors.
This fun color test uses them to explore your mind and determine what your most dominant outlook on life is.
For some it may be thoughtful, others are light-hearted or optimistic, and many others are passionate more than anything else.
Try it now to see what outlook on life dominates you and who knows, maybe you’ll learn something new about yourself in the process!
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