A world deprived of colour is an unpleasant place to live. Each colour has a specific purpose in our lives and helps maintain harmony.
Imagine if there was no colour blue, would life be the same?
Blue is synonymous with serenity and harmony. It’s a colour that inspires trust, honesty, loyalty, and self-assurance. Not only does it relieve tension, but it also induces feelings of ease and tranquillity.
When you close your eyes and think of the colour blue, you picture the majestic sky housing the planets and the endless waves of oceanic waters, both stunning and peaceful. While thinking about them, a sweet smile appears on your face, which is nothing but the charm of blue.
Above all, blue is the colour of Sri Krishna, the Supreme Being. Though it’s impossible to describe the one whose glory is endless, it's almost as if he endowed the colour with its infinite characteristics.
Placing Blue In Your Home
While the colour blue contradicts the "feeling blue" metaphor, living in a blue room has helped people with depression. It's nearly impossible to feel worried in a blue room. That is why the majority of hospital rooms are coloured blue.
Blue is undoubtedly a colour for the bedroom since it adjusts itself through melatonin levels. Simply put, blue is the colour that guides in unwinding and settling before going to sleep and waking up without feeling overwhelmed. Nonetheless, repainting your room is not the only solution. Placing blue components in your home, such as a dreamcatcher, might also convey a sense of calmness.
According to Feng Shui, it's critical to balance the five elements of earth (Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood), which encourages energy to flow naturally through your home.
Another point is water, which is associated with wisdom and success. It's deep and serene like the ocean, yet also dynamic and flowing like a river. Water enables us to connect with others while expanding knowledge, perception, and intuition.
Note: Each element is associated with specific colours, and blue is the colour of water.
Dreamcatchers are highly recommended in both Vastu Shastra and Feng Shui. Remember, blue dreamcatchers should be placed in the northeast corner of the room to allow the item to maximise its receptiveness to energies and release a synchronised response into the space.
Here are additional places to hang dreamcatchers:
- Doors and windows are ideal places to hang dreamcatchers since energies enter houses via them.
- Study rooms require a comforting presence to ensure learning happens without disturbance. As a result, blue dreamcatchers are an ideal fit.
- Workplaces and studios are high-stress settings. To preserve productivity and creativity, peaceful energy is necessary. Owing to this, blue dreamcatchers are preferred for a neutral ambience.
Small changes, such as hanging a dreamcatcher, can help us unwind, take a breather, and pause for a moment. Gradually, they blend into our lives, and before we know it, we are filled with positivity and good energies, ready to hustle all over again.
We strongly suggest embracing blue colour and reducing the regular emotional and mental backlash that victims of this fast-paced generation succumb to.