Color has been proven to have a direct influence on a person’s thoughts, moods, and behavior.
The photoreceptors in the retina of the eye, known as cones, translate visible radiant energy into different colors depending on the wavelengths. There are three kinds of cones: one for blue, one for red and one for green. The combination of these three colors by the brain results in the perception of different colors. Light energy that enters the body through the eyes or the skin through the pituitary and pineal glands, results in the production of certain hormones, which trigger certain physiological processes that help physical and emotional balance.
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