The cold and uncaring blue gets a reddish tinge to express inbuilt emotion and slowly moves toward the bright and ferocious red mixed with bright yellow to create the orange symbolizing energy but confusion. There are lots of emotions embedded in the picture but are not vivid and the coldness is spread everywhere which has created distance between people. The image colourpsychology-red moves on to depict hidden blue and yellow together to make it green and display that section which is still calm and composed however there are other sections that have the darker side and are powerful demonstrations of the heat that exists.[ CITATION Sha06 \l 1033 ][ CITATION And11 \l 1033 ]
The blue in the colorpsycology1rede image is free from domination of another color however has nerve stimulation effect with the yellow sprinkled in between but still the calmness of the blue prevails for a while, and is replaced by waves of energy in the form of orange that has a translucent effect that allows to see through the images which are impacted by this energy and are soothed with light green and a sense of protection is revealed but still the energy remains there and it slows down to move into deeper green which certainly is successful in relaxing the minds that were filled with aggressive energy.[ CITATION Sha06 \l 1033 ]
Once again the coldness of the blue surrounds the mind and emotions however this time the love and feminine touch of pink penetrates into it to provide it a powerful support, the turquoise shade has deep blue and green hidden and mixed together to display the truth in emotions, tranquil but deep as sea which soon enters the sky of anger and has large patches of yellow depicting anxiety, these feelings are present in the images that we can see through but the brightness is missing and the energy seems to fade away leaving space for the green which quickly provides relief and relaxation to all the minds and soul which were dissipating and it goes dark symbolizing the ongoing effect that overpowers forever.[ CITATION Sha06 \l 1033 ]
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