Violet is the color of imagination and spirituality. It stimulates the imagination and inspires high ideals. It is a reflective color, which allows us to get in touch with our more profound thoughts.
Violet contains the energy and strength of red color and the spirituality and integrity of blue. It combines body and mind and creates a balance between our physical and mental energy. Helps people who are looking for the meaning of life and spiritual fulfillment.
In terms of color, violet represents the future, imagination, dreams. Spiritually soothes the emotions, increases our psychic ability, spiritual enlightenment, but holds firmly to the ground. It promotes harmony of emotions that contribute to mental equilibrium and stability and balance of the mind, a connection between the spiritual and the physical world, between thinking and action.
The violet color promotes sensitivity and compassion. It is sensitive to all the different forms of pollution: noise pollution, visual pollution. This sensitivity allows the susceptibility to diseases and allergies. It can stimulate and worsen depression.
It encourages creative engagement and inspiration and originality through its creative endeavors. Is unique, individual, and independent.
It combines wisdom and power with sensitivity and humility. It is ambitious and self-confident. The violet color is mainly associated with the nobility, creating an impression of luxury, wealth, and extravagance.
Positive features of violet are: oddities, creativity, resourcefulness, selflessness, mystery, fantasy, future.
Negative characteristics of violet are immaturity, impracticability, cynicism, indifference, arrogance.
It soothes, relieves heat rash, burns, balances digestion, affects the brain and nervous system.
It increases organic resistance.
This color is a mixture of red and blue, so it relates to performance shine and dignity, but has a calming influence.
The psychological effects of the violet are creativity, thinking, artistic inspiration, intuitiveness, protectionism, mystery, spirituality.
If you like to dress in violet, you are sensitive and full of compassion. You can increase your confidence with a touch of red (e.g., lilac, cyclamen color).
If you do not like violet, the fault can be found in creative brake or problems with authority.
The violet color is suitable for bedrooms, bathrooms, and spaces where people relax, meditate. If applied in smaller areas, it brings calm and mental balance.
The violet color of the aura is genuine, original, and magical. People with unusual charisma and charm, often with mental abilities, have it. They are tolerant of differences, not condemn, and are sensitive and compassionate. Many people with a violet aura are entertainers, movie stars, revolutionaries, visionaries, free thinkers.
Violet color is synonymous with high nobility, power, wealth, and happiness. It is equally or even more favorable than red.
Violet, in dreams, means spiritual leader and teacher. Nobility, power, strength in religious matters, and things.
It represents luxury, wealth, and sophistication. It is a color of royalty.
Violet should be worn by people who want peace, pure love, and those who meditate and pray because it brings peace and tranquillity.
People who do not like silence, are too sensitive, or want to be accepted by society should avoid wearing violet.
Violet color, as a trademark for uniforms and as a symbol of loyalty to the company, is synonymous with creativity, strength, inspiration, specialty, spirituality, luxury.
It symbolizes nobility, spirituality, ceremony, mystery, wisdom, enlightenment, arrogance, mourning.
It relaxes muscles and soothes the nervous system. Has a beneficial effect on all endocrine glands and mental and nervous problems. It stimulates the functioning of a spleen, facilitates the functioning of the lymphatic, cardiac, and vascular system. Can be used in the treatment of mental illness, skin disease, meningitis, sciatica, tumors, rheumatism, bladder.
Under the influence of violet-light, radiation neuralgia can be treated.
This color has a beneficial effect in increasing sexual activity with women.
It is very popular with less cultural people who are not under the influence of more cultural civilization. In civilized and sophisticated cultures, it is not that much popular.
With Buddhists, in addition to yellow and orange, it is also famous for clothing.
Purple is the color of Hinduism and feminism (symbolizing the right of women to power and equality with men).
Purple symbolizes the situation of the bishops.
It is the color of penitence and fasting before Easter and Christmas.
Violet connects the physical world (red) with the spiritual world, the sky (blue) in the magical world of mystery (purple), where completely different rules apply.
Usually, kings, rulers, and priests were dressed in scarlet-violet. This expensive dye could only be afforded by wealthy, due to it was produced in tiny amounts out of sea-snails (Murex). So purple (scarlet) has always been associated with nobility and spiritual power.
Small children were often wrapped in violet textiles since this would bring prosperity and success to a child.
In Brazil, it is the color of mourning.
Shades of the violet are lilac (patience, suffering), purple (the color of kings, pride and ceremonial), blackberry, iris, mallow, forest lavender, lilac, Cyclades, plum, black currant, eggplant, Scarlett.
Purple is the color of mourning in Thailand.
Violet’s heart is a reward for the injured and dead soldiers.
Purple gowns represent authority and high positions.