How Flower Colors Influence YOU

Yesterday I told you about how color influences our mood, feelings and deeds.

I figured that if I could control the colors I’m exposed to, I can influence my thoughts and actions.

Eliminating the need to change my house décor and wardrobe colors, I went on a journey to discover how flower colors affect me and contribute to a better me.

I started paying attention to the way flower colors influence my spirits and how they can help me in everyday situations.

For example, I noticed that during the summer, when it was super-hot, and all I wanted was to chill myself, light purple and lilac flowers made me calm.

In the fall when it was dark and gloomy outside, orange and yellow flowers brought happy and energetic vibes to my home. All my family admired their cheerful presence.

White flowers contribute to a relaxed and elegant energy at my home.

I experimented with flowers when I entertained, while we ate family dinners and just for fun.

It was an uplifting experience.

It allowed me to pay attention to the way I feel and think, it opened my heart to new exciting opportunities and allowed me be more conscious about what I bring into my life.

One major revolution was that I was finally ready to change my wardrobe. From black only clothes to all available colors.

Black is the color of disappearing, hiding in the shadows. I don’t want that anymore in my life. I want to be out there in the open, I want to be able to experience happiness and joy instead of sadness and hurdles.

I want to feel alive and energetic just like the flowers I bring home.

Excited about this discovery, I started to look for more information on how I can control the colors around me by using flowers.

Couldn’t find a comprehensive info about the subject.

I asked my friend, who introduced me to the colors therapy, how come there are no books about it.

So she asked me why I won’t write a book about it. She said I can share all the knowledge I gained and help others to use the power of flower colors to enhance their life and wellbeing.

I wasn’t sure I’m ready for that. Me, writing a book?!!

As I continued to experiment with flowers and their colors, I thought this is way too big and important not to share this knowledge. Because nature gave us this magnificent tool and all we need is to reach out and take it.

So I did it. I wrote the book.

And today I’m so excited to share it with you.

My first book ever, “The power of flower colors” is live on amazon kindle.

To be honest, I’m thrilled and petrified at the same time.

But if there is something I learned from this journey is that I don’t want to hide anymore and live my life regretting not doing important things like helping other people.

The reason I share this with you is that Amazon allow me to give away my book for free for 5 days and I want to give it to you.

If you are interested in exploring how flower colors can help you enhance your life and wellbeing, click here and download it for free.

It is free for only 5 days so you can go ahead and download it to your kindle right now.

All I ask in return is your honest opinion about the book. You can post it directly to amazon or if you want me to change something or add, please write back to me with your suggestions.

Wish me luck,

Rebecca

P.S

Here’s the link again: The Power Of Flower Colors

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2 thoughts on “How Flower Colors Influence YOU

  1. Congratulations! It’s great to complete such a project.

    Do you have it as a pdf, or other file type? Or maybe an outline in some other format?
    It’s not downloadable from here, in fact I suppose, from outside the U.S…

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