When using color in feng shui, a color wheel chart is an excellent tool to identify warm vs cool colors. Once you can identify which colors are warm and which are cool, you can easily use them to your advantage.
If you examine the color wheel chart, you can see that warm colors are often on the red, yellow, and orange side of the color spectrum—or at least they have some red, yellow, or orange tint to them. As an example, a yellowish green would be considered warm, while a bluish green is considered a cool color.
Warm colors are energizing. They produce a centrifugal action where energy flows outward. Therefore, warm colors make people feel cheerful, active, joyful, happy, and enthusiastic. Here are some other interesting attributes of warm colors:
As you can see from the color wheel chart, cool colors lean towards blue and green. Cool colors are very relaxing, healing and rejuvenating. These are great colors to use for releasing.
Cool colors produce centripetal action where energy flows inward. Therefore cool colors enhance your ability to concentrate. Here are some other interesting qualities of cool colors:
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