Pastel Colors & Hope

Colors happen to have a psychological effect on us. Although it’s something we see through art, it happens to be a “Silent language” ( colors can change the environment that we are in, the setting, and even the mood. Now we all want to have a peaceful uplifting mood and even more than that we want to be full of hope and to feel hopeful and spend that. Well here are some explanations on colors that bring that into our lives and how we can influence people more by spreading our pastel colors.

Blue- This is a great color, representing to sky it allows us to open our minds and hearts to positive change

Orange- This is one of the less arousing colors, yet allows a very social atmosphere to occur

Yellow- This particular color happens to encourage people to communicate more but it’s most impactful effect is that it encourages optimism and hope

Green- This color represents balance and nature, it can allow the human mind and body to search deep beyond

Pink- This is my favorite color, and it just happens to be calming, helps with anxiety

Pastels in general allow you to have vulnerability. They also relieve and sooth the soul….equating it with sanity.  

Did you know that colors effect your brain waves? It also effects your automatic nervous system, along with your hormonal activity.

So the next time you want to spread love or hope, or are feeling down and possibly are being too hard on yourself, you’re low on your confidence and you need that extra power boost……..find some colors, really take your time acknowledging them. Find a panting and point out why it makes you feel hopeful or find one that gives that hopefulness and just draw the energy or create it from the colors.


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